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  • A 1938 Commemorative Frankentag Badge by C.Balmberger
  • A 1938 Commemorative Frankentag Badge by C.Balmberger
  • A 1938 Commemorative Frankentag Badge by C.Balmberger

Item: G23836

A 1938 Commemorative Frankentag Badge by C.Balmberger

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A 1938 Commemorative Frankentag Badge by C.Balmberger

A 1938 commemorative Frankentag badge blackened aluminum, with horizontal pin on back, marked on reverse; 48 mm x 29 mm; overall very fine condition. Footnote: Frankentag celebrations (Day of the Franks) go as far back as the middle ages, being celebrated on mount Hesselberg annually on July 2nd, having pseudo religious paganistic roots; badge depicts a German eagle with vertically spread wings on top of mount Hesselberg overlooking the town of Nürnberg;
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