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Yes, I know, yet ANOTHER plea for help! :rolleyes: This tinnie arrived recently and I don't know if it had an exact name other than Hitler-Woche July 1932, or is this the correct name? It is 43mm by 30mm.

I can't find it in Heering and Husken's book and I fear from the fabric and quality (assuming it's a reasonable image) it doesn't look very real to me. I am not saying that every tinnie known is listed in the book (mine is 1986) but given the prices some of the more interesting ones are making I suspect that the boy's are at their tricks.

Paul

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Hi Kevin, I tried to scan my collection, but it didn't turn out very well. I am going to my printers this week to get some more business cards done, and I'm taking them there to have them do the scanning. When they have finished scanning all my collection, front and back, I'll post the lot here soon.

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