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Rare Swedish NSAP items

Article about: There wear several nazi parties and movements in sweden during 1920-1945. But the larges was NSAP. ca.10.000 members and a lot of suporters during the mid 1930. In NSAP there was a simular G

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    Quote by Puffe View Post
    Wanted to check this pin, its from a "dödsbo". But I want to check with you all what you think this is? I suppose it to be an old NSAP pin. But I am not sure.

    Attachment 633556

    See #15 in "Swedish Political Badges 1915-1945".

  2. #342


    Quote by Gunde View Post

    See #15 in "Swedish Political Badges 1915-1945".
    Is it a NSAP pin?
    dont have that book.
    Best regards

  3. #343


    Germans used the blue swastika as well. There is a blue enameled one in the 1926 Deumer catalog. I would say it`s German and not Swedish. I have sold quite a few of these, and always sold them as German.

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    Can we trust "Swedish Political Badges 1915-1945"?? Sveg#44

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    I doubt very much that this is a German pin, what is the evidence for that? We collected this pin along with other Swedish NS items from a "dödsbo" last summer.

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    Quote by pilserboll View Post
    Can we trust "Swedish Political Badges 1915-1945"?? Sveg#44
    Where is Svir when you need him? :-)

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    Any more ideas about the blue pin?

  8. #348


    Hello !
    That is a early NSAP pin. I have one myself.
    In the back its marked Sporrong. Stockholm.

  9. #349


    Mayby different makers. But its the same pin with or without Sporrong makers mark. Never seen any copy of this one.

  10. #350


    Thank you Svir, pitty Jo Rivet who sold these as German

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