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Good morning everyone together,


I want to show you a few badges of my collection.

They all come from the city where I live.

Maybe you like it

2. Mainfränkischer Frontsoldaten und Kriegsopfer Ehrentag am 2. und 3. Juli 1938 Aschaffenburg (Gold).JPG



100 Jähriges Jubiläum des ehemaligen Königlich Bayrischen 2. Jägerbattalions 1825-1925.JPG

Aschaffenburg Jägertag Ehrenmahlweihe 31.05 -01.06 1936.JPG

Bayrischer Jägertag Aschaffenburg 1911.JPG

Jägertag Aschaffenburg 14 und 15 August 1921.JPG

Erholungsheim Roedersberg Aschaffenburg.JPG

KFZ Plakette 1.JPG

KFZ Plakette 2.JPG

Kreis Tag 1938 Aschaffenburg 1.JPG

N.S.D.A.P. Kreisparteitag Aschaffenburg 22. und 23.05.1937.JPG

Leistungsschau Aschaffenburg 1939.JPG

Spessartbund Sternwanderung Aschaffenburg 1935.JPG

more comming soon. thak you

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An interesting assemblage. Most I have never seen before. All in good condition. Thank you for sharing. :)


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Thank you 


Here comes more 




Haus der HJ


Verein ehemaliger 9er AB


Cavallerie Verein AB und Umgebung 


Later comes more. Thank you for your interesting 

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