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...something special here....a SA tinnie bearing the image of Adolf Hitler no less!

...tinnie is approx 63mm in length...

...and could you get any more letters on a tinnie ???

"Adolf Hitler Kampfbahnweihe u.1.SA Sportfest Standarte 105 Sportv. Sturm Beierfeld 4.8.-11.8.1934"

...note the SA logo to the left of 'Adolf'.....and the Beierfeld coat-of-arms at the base of the tinnie...

...quite a 'stand-out' SA tinnie if I do say so myself :rolleyes:

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Nice one Pete, not seen that one before did you get it at the international on Sunday?

I did,nt make it hangover. Any nice stuff there i have been lucky in the past and found

some good pieces at that show.

Regards

Mametz

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....been lucky enough to match up a SA tinnie with its 'event' postcard...

"SA Chemnitz 1938"

...note that the postal 'cancel' features the same design as the tinnie...

(...the photo is a tad 'out-of-focus', but you get the idea...)

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Hi all

Have a look on Craig Gottliebs site under latest items, if you

got one of these your in the money! Sa day badge,$2 495 yes

thats $2 495 about ?1257, don,t all rush in at once.

Regards

Mametz

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Hessen. Anybody know which type of pin goes on this one? It came with other tinnies and a bunch of loose pins!

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Hi Pete,

Your 'Chemnitz 1938' tinnie has got nice toning, which helps to show the detail quite well....compared to mine a few posts back up this thread...

...I haven't bought a new SA in bloomin' ages.....they seem to have all disappeared.... :(

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Hi Ian, I've tried to buy a few but the premium on these and HJ puts me right off. Have you got the Hessen, as I wish to see what type of pin it should have.

I will add this old aquisition as well.

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Hi Pete,

I know what you mean...there mere use of the SA roundel on a tinnie seems to give some dealers the idea that they can ask for stupid money for a tinnie....which is why it's nice to pick up a SA tinnie that only mentions 'Standarte' instead of the SA roundel...

As for your Hessen 1939...no, I don't have that one yet....whenever I've seen it listed by a dealer, the condition was always poor.....next time I see one I will report back about the pin....I'm only guessing now but I assume the pin would resemble the pin normally found on 'Efoplast' and plastic tinnies....and again I assume it was placed vertical...

...nice Hessen 1932....got that one a while ago....always good to find pre-1933's !

:cheers:

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The shocking price of sa tinnies gents, i refer to my post above

it,s still there, under awards& decorations page 2. ?1257. Now

thats what i call a premium! you should get in touch with this

bloke Pete with all your stuff, this time next year you could

be a millionaire!

Regards

Mametz

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