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  1. Nice looking piece. IMO that's not a three dollar knock off. Not one I've seen before but can imagine a couple of different methods of suspension. --dj--Joe
  2. Robert, It looks familiar. Have you shown it before? --dj--Joe
  3. Peter, Thank you. --dj--Joe
  4. If someone would be so kind. What is the correct title of the above pin? My research materials are lacking. Regards, --dj--Joe
  5. Very nice miniatures. Thank you for sharing. If I may please I will share my only example. Order of the Cross of Liberty, 2nd class w. swds. (I believe). --dj--Joe
  6. Wow! I do like it. Better a broken shield than a broken bird. I wonder what bird it represents? --dj--Joe
  7. I assume the writting on these were stamped or a decal, (?) But the paint work on your example is superb. --dj--Joe
  8. I do remember. The wooden tinnies are a favorite collecting theme of mine. More of a hands on cottage assembled type item. The imagination can just see someone assembling and painting them. Thanks so much for sharing, --dj--Joe
  9. I wish I could contribute to this topic but my collection is lacking in KdF items. I just did a run through of all 12 pages quite an array. So many different mediums used in the manufacture of these badges. Forscherin, did you note ID 49 back on page #2 ? --dj--Joe
  10. A pin I have not shelled out the dollars for. Interesting looking. Had no knowledge of there being a 1st or 2nd type. It would be good to see other examples. --dj--Joe
  11. Agreed, there is a wealth of information here. Much appreciated by me. Thanks to all who contribute and share their knowledge and collections. --dj--Joe
  12. Till the tinnie folks get back to you you might enjoy this link. --dj--Joe
  13. Robert, railway shooting event. Interesting. --dj--Joe
  14. Something new. Broken pin but not too much of a distraction. No markings. --dj--Joe