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My first tinnie. Unsure where to post this as I do not know what it relates to. Maker is Deschler, marked on the reverse. I assume it to be common, but I didn't find it in the threads I looked in.

Sivart :cheers:

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Hi sivart,

it is not a tinnie, it is a membership badge.

NS.-Kriegsopferversorgung NSKOV

Please see here:

http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/NS-Kriegsopferversorgung

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/NSKOV

Regards

Uwe

Thanks for the clarification Uwe. After a quick look, I was able to find one or two more of these badges online, but neither were marked on the reverse like this one is. Are these items often faked? I will post an image of the reverse in hopes that it might be possible to determine if it is a fake. I got this item for really cheap, so I wouldn't be surprised to find that it is a copy.

Sivart :cheers:

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Thanks for the clarification Uwe. After a quick look, I was able to find one or two more of these badges online, but neither were marked on the reverse like this one is. Are these items often faked? I will post an image of the reverse in hopes that it might be possible to determine if it is a fake. I got this item for really cheap, so I wouldn't be surprised to find that it is a copy.

Sivart :cheers:

Hi Sivart, as far as I know these NSKOV member badges are not faked. Cheers, Torsten.

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