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Blutspendeehrennadeln - my precious metal colection

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Hello all,


here my small collection of Blutspendeehrennadeln all made of .925 silver and the pendant is made of .585 gold. I found so many Blutspendeehrennadeln but just a few

are actualy made of precious metal.


Feel free to post yours as well - they are prety uncommon to find.













Edited by Uffz. Rohleder
Canged the text a little - maybe someone has a few to show of as well
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.585 is Gold.

The pendant i posted ist also .585 marked - hard to read on the photo.

Those badges were made in 925 Silver, 333 Gold and 585 Gold.But it seems they made just a few of precious metal. I bet just the early ones.


Have you a picture?

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That is a very wide field!

You can find silver content 835, 925 and 935.


"... they made just a few of precious metal. I bet just the early ones"

In princible yes, but you can find in the last years gold 333 badges in Nordrhein-Westfalen, for 50 donations up to 200 donations, with diamonds and brillants.

For example:

Blutspende 175 04.jpg

It is in my collection, but not based on my blood.


And there are so many variations

- in the fastening,

- in the gold/silver content,

- in the numbers,

- in the boxes.

Blutspende 50.jpg


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