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Article about: Hi, I saw similar WHW pins, but I don't know. Please for your opinions about this pin.

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    Hi,
    I saw similar WHW pins, but I don't know.
    Please for your opinions about this pin.

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    Sorry to say but this is not a WHW item - The ones your making reference to where issued 1936/1937-1938/1939 and where Bernsteinabzeichen in the form of flower buds and leaves but no needles/pins only small holes with a string to attach to whatever-
    the series numbers were 189 thru 193 and 29698279 were constructed, also series 054a thru 054d.

    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Then, there is not any connection with 5. Reichsstraßensammlung Februar 1937 ?

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    The 1936/37 set did have pin attachments both straight and safety type - the one you show almost looks like item #054b Eichenblatt - but I don't think so.
    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    It is indeed WHW. Amber Oak Leaves and Blooms, 6 - 7th February 1937

    Tom

    Here's another in the series of 4 stickpins. They are on page 31 of "Winterhilfswerk National Street/House Collections & More - A Collector's Guide" by J.Cassidy & C.Aexander
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    Gentlemens, thank you for opinions and infos. You helped to me a lot!
    Tomorow, I will go to a fleamarket again. Maybe a saler has something for me...

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    Shame, I bued only this pins from same saler. Litle badge is Landesverband Bayer. Kleingartner and there is not any marks on back. But stick with edelweiss has D.R.G.M mark on back.
    I 'm wondering that edelweiss pin is WHW? Or casuale mountener pre war german pin? Please for your opinions.

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    Both civilian pins not WHW - round pin is a small gardners affiliation pin -
    Horst
    "He who hesitates is lost - is not only lost but miles from the next exit"

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    Thank you for Quick reply.
    I hope that I will have more luck another time...

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    Hello.
    Today on the fleamarket, I found this amber pendant at the same saler. I found it in box with a lot of new and old stickpins from Austria, Germany, France...
    I suppose it has connection with the WHW . But I'm confused. This pendant is probably processed stickpin and larger than my first amber stickpin.
    I'm asking for your opinion.
    Thanks in advance.

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