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Breslau. Another one of the set.

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Breslau banner form. without the stamp. I suppose this could be a bookmark.

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Breslau, the same with a real stamp attached, I wonder what it was for. Possibly a stamp collectors thing.

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Bonn.

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Gotha.

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Gaufest DRL 1935 - Befreiungs Saarbrüken - Metal - Maker REDO

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This one had quite a bit of rust of it, so I had to try and tidy her up a bit.

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Same as petes but diferent maker. Very nice quality I must say.

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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

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Arlberg Rennen - 1941 - Metal 33mm diameter

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Just making sure my scanner still works OK.  Here is one I got from a good friend.  Reichs-Vergleichs Kampf 1939 Wien

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Robert, railway shooting event. Interesting.

--dj--Joe

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Joe  Everyone likes to shoot I think.  Thanks for responding.  I was starting to worry.  My scanner still works OK though.

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Nice NSRL cardboard pin for the celebration of the 40th anniversary  of gymnastics association Turnerbund Jahn 1899 e.V. Seckenheim, a traditional club. Jahn was of course the founding father of gymnastics as sport in Germany, which started with the creation of the Deutschen Bund in 1810. In honor of "Turnvater Jahn", many clubs and associations included his name when they were founded. During Hitler's reign, National Socialists tried to make Jahn the Precursor of National Socialism. The Seckenheim association still exists today as Turnerbund Jahn 1899 e.V. Mannheim-Seckenheim.

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