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  1. Anyway first up for me, one with a nice design that I picked up recently. "1 Brandenburgisches turn-und sportsfest. Gau III DRL 1937"
  2. Picked this one up in a bunch of tinnies from a disgrutled ebayer (the e-police booted him off) obv. "Opfer-ring" Rev. "Gauleitung Mklbg. Lubeck. NSDAP. ges.gesch." I'm sure I've contributed to a thread somewhere on this badge, but old age and memory have lost it. Don can you remember. I believe that this badge was worn by the donation collectors. I have one other with the same front and a different area on the back viz "Gauleitung Sachsen. NSDAP. ges.gesch." Any others out there? Regards, Pete
  3. Picked this up from ebay, and just thought of it as a better quality tinnie, but I happened upon it in Heering & Huskens book He/Hu4606b
  4. Not so many people nowadays, but this is the database for KdF tinnies, not a valuation area and none of these are KdF. That being said, possibly, £20, £20, £15 (repaired pin), £30 (rough backing material) Pete
  5. Finnish? Estonian?.......Amerind?? Pete
  6. Excellent, I still need 3 pieces to finish my Mondwagon parade. Pete
  7. Gau München-Oberbayern Sonnenwagen.
  8. I don't know a great deal about these . Wehrfahig means able bodied or, more likely, fit for service. There are several types of these. As to the badges with the attached plate, I have never seen a RAD one before, but have always thought that the attached plaque it indicates the service into which the person will be going. Perhaps they were even worn by reservists when in mufti?? Regards, Pete
  9. No, a new one on me. and another one I haven't seen before Joe. Regards, Pete
  10. Nice one Robert. New maker for this one for me. I must admit I haven't been here as often as I should, and I see the set up has changed. Odd that some pictures are duplicated and some seem to be missing altogether. Oops, just read about the upgrade, It must be that. Regards, Pete