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Thanks Nick (!)

It's great fun to analyze these quite attractive TeNo Lapel Pins (for similarites & differences) & then to share the 'observations' with Forum members

who know much more about the TR Pin field. Hunches & Hypotheses are posted, but it would be great to find some real 'proofs' for these TeNo Pins.

Don Scowen 1st made me aware of the 'translucent' & 'opaque' TeNo variants, a few years ago - and the search has been on, since then.

Hopefully, Don or Der Jaeger or Chris will be able to carry the TeNo Pin study forward. There is alway more to learn & the period information is sorely

lacking for these Pins. Collecting is indeed a continual learning experience! ... Best, Dave/dblmed

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Hi there

This is my first TENO badge. I know it has some enamel damage but I actually find it hard to locate these, so when this appeared I took it.

Yes I really do like it. Now to locate a lapel pin

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