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Political awards : Blood orders, NSDAP, SS long service awards...


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Hello,

This is my first post on the forum ! I have been collecting TR badges for a few years. Now I focus my collection on political awards, items related to the annexion of Alsace and the occupation of Paris.

Here an overview of the badges I enjoy collecting ;) 

See you

 

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Nice and highly desirable awards.  Have you done research to see the recipients of each of the Blood orders?  Hopefully, your collection was obtained earlier that the 2000, I would imagine that the price for the Blood orders would be several thousands of dollars now.   Quite impressive. 

Very jealous. 

Thanks for sharing.

 

Best Regards

JustinG

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Nice collection. I like to collect these too 👍😊

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In fact I’m just about to take receipt of my second collectors book print run on the blood order collection subject. The first book was well received by collectors, I hope the second volume will be also. It features all my new collection in the past 5 years plus a special section at the end on my top5 most favourite medals. 

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