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Hi gents,

 

recently I was able to buy the estate of a saxonian family. This pin was also located in it.

Unfortunateley the photos are not ideal, the silver stamps are    J.T. 925 S

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Any help appreciated.

 

Kind regards

Andreas

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This could be a lapel pin for the Niederlandse Rode Kruis.  I believe there is also a "N.R.K. Junior" version of this badge for the Jeugd Rode Kruis of the Netherlands. 

Update:

I couldn't find a regular NRK badge but I found a badge for youth volunteers of the Netherlands.

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Great Dane is absolutely correct. 

It's norwegian and from J. Tostrup. 

 

These pins exists with both the full name "J. Tostrup" and "J.T." on the back. 

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Thanks a lot to you all. 👍

 

4 hours ago, Kvart said:

Yeah, Great Dane is spot on.

Hi Kvart,

 

Is it a normal membership badge?

 

Regards

 

Andreas

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On 27/04/2021 at 19:06, dedehansen said:

Is it a normal membership badge?

 

 

No, it is not a very normal pin. We don't see them too often. But on the other side, there is not that many people who collect them.

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