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Two porcelain soldier pins

Article about: Looks like a couple of lapel pins or something. As far as I can tell one is a whermacht officer w/ dagger while the other is a Panzer tanker w/ red piping for artillery I believe. I cant rea

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    Default Two porcelain soldier pins

    Looks like a couple of lapel pins or something. As far as I can tell one is a whermacht officer w/ dagger while the other is a Panzer tanker w/ red piping for artillery I believe. I cant really tell if he is SS or Heer ,though. I really like these and I had to get them!
    ~Dean
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    Default Re: Two porcelain soldier pins

    These are WHW or 'WinterHilfsWerke' pins. Classed as 'tinnies',
    they were given for donations to the cause.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Default Re: Two porcelain soldier pins

    Thanks Steve! I've owned other WHW "tinnies" but never these porcelain ones! I thought they had to be made of tin to be considered a "tinnie" but I guess not! I suppose it sounds better than " porcelainies" LOL!
    I just thought I'd share these with you all. I have a penchant for anything WWII and especially "Panzer". Thanks again,Steve,
    ~Dean

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    Default Re: Two porcelain soldier pins

    They are pretty cool ! I like them ! Just have too get the rest now lol

    Kind regards
    Alex

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    Default Re: Two porcelain soldier pins

    Heh, thanks Alex. I would get the rest! Unfortunately there were only a young madchen(girl) and an old man with a top hat and cane left!
    ~Dean

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