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Nick, April 21, 2005 in Germany: Third Reich: Organisational Membership Badges & Tinnies
Here's my Braunschweig tinnie.
Metal Silver coated : - N.S. Flugtag Bayreuth Wagnerfestspiele 1933
Expensive for a tinnie listed in Tieste Catalogue @ 70 Euro
I will post this one here as it has something to to do with aviation.
Regiment General Göring.
Rhön Segelflug - Wettbewerb 23.7. - 6.8.39 - Issue No.20
NS - Fliegerkorps
Metal with Bronze Coating
Unfortunately suffering some Zinc pest
If in good condition can be expensive - listed in Tieste Catalogue @ 100 Euro
supporter stickpin for reference.
another rare 1932 flugtag tinnie
Great stuff Gentlemen, keep them coming.
Alec when you say issue No. does that mean it is a numbered badge? Lets see the reverse.
Bill, didn't know you were into tinnies.
Pete - What I take to be the issue number 20 is on the front, directly under the date - position 6.0 clock in the zinc pest.
I've always had a passion for the NSFK stuff and these flugtag tinnies that's for sure!
Alec, interesting, there is no number on the one shown in Tieste, just that it is in bronze and silver.
Bill or do you prefer William? No wonder I never see you offer these types of items. :-)
With respect your looking at the wrong badge. In Tieste catalogue - NSFK 39 -02 badge has the same venue,same dates, looks very similar to the one I posted, metal came in bronze and silver, a solid tinnie. I posted the next in the series,Tieste's catalogue NSFK 39 -03 metal and has three cut-outs around the central figure.
Yesterday I did spend a couple of hours trawling through the net, hoping to find at least a couple of further examples for comparison - nothing
Ooops, but still no number. Is yours one solid of hollow?
Solid - Cast ! - at the moment there's mine with number and Tiestes overexposed flash picture, just where the number would be. Lets hope someone can come up with another couple of badges from somewhere - perhaps one of the members can magic something up.
as a collector,love the DLV tinnies
Nick, do you still own all these tinnies? Steve
Nick, again, if you would ever sell these tinnies, I am Interested. Thanks, Steve
On 21/03/2013 at 23:23, Wood said:
official vehicle plaque for the 1933 Deutscher Luftsportverband (DLV) Air Show held in Saxony
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