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N.S.F.K.

Rhön Segelflug - Wettbewerb 23.7. - 6.8.39 - Issue No.20

NS - Fliegerkorps

Metal with Bronze Coating

Unfortunately suffering some Zinc pest

If in good condition can be expensive - listed in Tieste Catalogue @ 100 Euro

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Great stuff Gentlemen, keep them coming.

Alec when you say issue No. does that mean it is a numbered badge? Lets see the reverse.

Bill, didn't know you were into tinnies.

Pete

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Alec, interesting, there is no number on the one shown in Tieste, just that it is in bronze and silver.

Bill or do you prefer William? No wonder I never see you offer these types of items. :-)

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Pete,

With respect your looking at the wrong badge. In Tieste catalogue - NSFK 39 -02 badge has the same venue,same dates, looks very similar to the one I posted, metal came in bronze and silver, a solid tinnie. I posted the next in the series,Tieste's catalogue NSFK 39 -03 metal and has three cut-outs around the central figure.

Yesterday I did spend a couple of hours trawling through the net, hoping to find at least a couple of further examples for comparison - nothing

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Solid - Cast ! - at the moment there's mine with number and Tiestes overexposed flash picture, just where the number would be. Lets hope someone can come up with another couple of badges from somewhere - perhaps one of the members can magic something up.

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