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    This is a little badge ... with the loop and much effort I see two words partly; I think it is " Richter Köln " , a factory in Cologne that makes also badges.

    Is this a American- European Cold War badge ?

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    Someone any idea...?

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    The Pin style looks more European maybe West German.

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    I spent an hour on Wednesday searching. Found nothing. Sorry
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    Did find this for 75th anniversary of rocket launch, But nothing about a pin for it!! This is from March 16th 2001
    March 16th Marks 75th Anniversary of First Liquid Fueled Rocket Launch – NASA Solar System Exploration


    Seventy-five years ago, on March 16, 1926, Dr. Robert H. Goddard successfully launched the first liquid fueled rocket. The launch took place at Auburn, Massachusetts and is regarded by flight historians to be as significant as the Wright Brothers at Kitty Hawk.
    Goddard's 10-foot long rocket utilized gasoline and liquid oxygen for its flight. While his creation weighed only 10 1/2 pounds (4.5 kg) , including fuel, and flew just over 40 feet (12 m) in altitude, it utilized the same basic technology that would later allow the 6 million pound Saturn V rocket to carry men 239,000 miles (384,000 km) to the moon.

    Maybe a commemorative type pin sold at the NASA or Smithsonian visitor store????? Rocket Man Fans?????

    I'll dig deeper!
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    Phil

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