At WAF one of their members (Planet) showed a great symbol, which was allowed to be used at HJ-homes.
I think it is needed also to show this here. Thomas did send me photographs of such symbol. I add here
the announcement from the official HJ-source, as well as two photographs. Ths symbol was found in the
area of Stade in Germany.
October 22, 1937 this symbol was shown in the "Amtliches Nachrichtenblatt des Jugendführers des
Deutschen Reichs und der Reichsjugendführung der NSDAP" (V/24) with the title "use of the HJ-Heimsymbol".
The shown size is an actually made one (cast material with a size of about 64.0 cm and a weight of 50 lbs, which
is really heavy.
A sample (Muster) was 15.0x15.0 cm in size. It was allowed to be made from stone, metal as well as wood. The
areal-architect from the HJ was responsible. The size tells it must be for a quite large building, as the size depended
on the size, material and architectonic structure for the building. Those who brought together the funds for the "home",
must have had a lot of money, to have the shown eagle-symbol made.
The symbol compared to a matchbox:
The use of such symbol at a HJ-home at Harsewinkel with the opening and another
home where a wooden version was positioned.
This was allowed according to the text of the announcement:
Thomas and I say: ENJOY!!