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Though the silver Potsam 1932 badge has been posted before,

I wondered what anyone would think of this one.

The maker mark is impressed, instead of proud on all the other Hoffstatter marked badges I have seen.

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Aquired by accident, I just knew I hadn't got it, and only noticed it was HJ while scanning it.

Sachsen.

Nice one Pete, not seen by me before at a glance you would not

think it was hj.I am sure i have missed many hj and sa tinnies

in the past, but now i look more carefully.

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Hi,

Picked up this nice old Hj Sportmeisterschaft Tinnie - Bann B20 Allgäu 8.7.34.last week. Wanted to know where the meeting took place,I like a bit of background detail. Came up with - B20 was introduced August 1, 1933, existing in the Hochland-district, wearing a yellow Oberbann-color (headquarters at Kempten);

January 1, 1936 the number was changed into 320. With the date April 15, 1939 the district became Schwaben. Its headquaters were transferred to Sonthofen.

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Hi,

Picked up this nice old Hj Sportmeisterschaft Tinnie - Bann B20 Allgäu 8.7.34.last week. Wanted to know where the meeting took place,I like a bit of background detail. Came up with - B20 was introduced August 1, 1933, existing in the Hochland-district, wearing a yellow Oberbann-color (headquarters at Kempten);

January 1, 1936 the number was changed into 320. With the date April 15, 1939 the district became Schwaben. Its headquaters were transferred to Sonthofen.

Very nice, not often seen.

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Mametz

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Thanks for the compliment Pete - bought a small stash of tinnies, a couple of weeks ago, some are already posted on threads, so I won't be putting these up again, but some have not been shown on any threads at all - like this one - another HJ Treffen - Lauingen - 22 - 23. 1934

Metal measures 2,6cm x 4,6cm

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