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"2. Gautagung der Fachschaft Volksmusik Osnabruck 1938"

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"33 Allgemlieder fest des Schwab.sangerbundes 1934 Heillbronn"

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that last one doesn't grow on trees.

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Nice Pete. That KdF Gau Essen would look nice hanging on my Christmas tree. Robert :cool:

PS Did you happen to take a look at my enamel Sangergau Kurhessen on another thread? Would you consider that a tinnie? It is so well made. I wouldn't think the expense would merit manufacture although you really never know. Will post more soon. Here is the Sangergau[attachmentid=42394][attachmentid=42395]

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Nice badge Robert, I would still call it a tinnie, but perhaps they were made for someone higher up.

This is the standard type

"100 Jahrfeier 1839 1939 Sangergau Kurhessen

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"Obersteir Bundessingen. Donawitz 3. VII. 1936"

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Sangerfest, same date as the other type, but oval.

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This one is more meeting my fancy. Although hard to see, it is marked B. H. Mayer Pforzeim. Volsmusiktag Boden See Radolfzell 1938. Quite a nicely designed tinnie if I do say so myself. Cheers

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Nice music tinnie you found there Robert. It may interest you to know that the symbol on it is for the Reichsverband f?r Volksmusik, here's their membership badge.

Cheers

Don

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Nice to see the 'Volksmusik' tinnie matched up with the membership badge.....

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All music related tinnies have been transferred over from the general database

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This one got lost in the tinnie shuffle.

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