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One area of tinnies I collect are FlugTag tinnies. Here is one to kick things off.

 

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But I also have a nice picture of it in wear.......

Cheers

Don

 

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.. .. .. ..

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stretch it a bit:

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stretch it a bit more:

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ha ha.

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These flying day badges are getting more expensive

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wood said:

"10 Jahre 1926-1936 NSDAP Kreis Wiesbaden"

Here is a DLV Tinnie from 1936. Sorry that it isn't completely vertical.

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How about some nice little celuloid and tin flags?

and no I havn't got them.

Pete

Got this though:-

"Flugtag Cottbus 1935"

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No, I baulked at that one. What about the Thuringen!!!

Picked this one up cheap from ebay.

"Flieger uber Bremen. Deutscher Luftsport Verband"

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DLV

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VOLK FLIEGE WIEDER

DELA WESTFALENHALLE

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--dj--Joe

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"Grossflugtag Oldenburg 20.8.33"

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"N.S. Flugtag. Kraftfahrertreffen am 22.u.23. 10.1932 Kassel"

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Here a DLVpin; Deutsche Luftsport Verband (German Air-sport Association). I can't find any information about this pin. Info is welcome.

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