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HJ Gebietsaufmarsch Gebiet Westf 9 - Plastic - There are a couple of variants in the thread on this badge, but this is the first time its been posted, unfortunately no years date

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Here's a rare Nesselwang HJ Badge, a least I don't remember seeing another one,not shown on this thread - "Team Ski Races Gebiet Hochland 1935 Nesselwang"

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Yes - a nice piece, rarer HJ tinnies are always collectable, even without their fixing pin. Its in Tieste's catalogue priced at €30, but his prices are all over the place. I feel you could easily ask €50 for it, without raising eyebrows. Regards

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Adolf Hitler Marsch zum Reichsparteitag (AH March to the PT in Nürnberg). Of this tinnie, worn by the HJ participants who marched in collumns from all corners of the Reich to Nürnberg, are 2 variations: dated 1937 and 1938. Of this latter march, in 1940 a propaganda film was produced (available on DVD and titled; Der Marsch zum Führer).

The 1937 tinnie shown bears the marking "P. & C. LÜDENSCHEID", as used by the producers Paulmann & Crone

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I bring this thread  back to life too.  Jungbann Sportfest 24/25 August 1935.  Design using Sig Rune and wheel a nice combination.

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I have another nice one if anyone is interested to see?

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