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Wow! Very impressive! If any of you are interested, Joseph Cassidy is now gathering photographs on non-WHW tinnies for his upcoming Tinnie Reference Book. If you are interested in submitting a photo of your tinnie(s), you can contact him at casadicassidy@verizon.net ! It's been many years since a quality English Reference on this subject.

Here are a few unique tinnies I own.

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1922 Contemporary Studies at Passau

8/9-11/1930 Bavarian Shoemaker Meeting Days in Rosenheim

8/12-14/1933 w/chemical formula for Sand. Honoring the Work of the Staff Repairs of the Sand and Thon(?) Works in Dorentrup-Lippe

3/5/1935 Gauleiter Hans Schemm memorial tinnie.

8/7-8/1937 RADV meeting tinnie.

Below is a serial numbered 1935 RPT Badge.

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Welcome. I especially like the one with the chemical formula on.

The number on the reverse of the 1935 badge is the date the Lauer company was founded. Unfortunately, not a serial number.

Regards,

Pete

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20th Anniversary Badge of the Battle of Jutland, named by the Germans as Skagerrak Schlacht - Skagerrak 1916 - Kiel Laboe1935 (plastic). The motif on the badge shows the memorial to the German Naval War dead.

Jutland 11.jpg

Jutland 22.jpg

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