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[attachmentid=37071][attachmentid=37072]Nice little gems Pete. Here is one I don't think you know I have. Meine Starke Deutschlands Nacht 4-5.3.34

Also, do you happen to know anything about post 287? 1937 SAAZ? What would the symbol on the flag stand for? Pardon my ignorance. Also, post 288 Gau Treffen. Very nice original example. There are copies of that one out and about. My tinnie post for today. Robert :beer:

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I presume Saaz is a place, it says SJ on the flag. Saaz Youth?

Yes I was lucky with the oft faked one, I almost got bitten once, but the vendors photos were good and you could see the lack of quality ( I don't think he knew) It appears to be cupal (thin sheet copper on an aluminium core)

I see someone snagged this from WA site, so I'll post it first:-

"BDM Sporttag 1936 Obergau 18 Franken"

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