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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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    Here is better photos of the two latest items!

    The color is light yellow / Easter Yellow.

    Puffe

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    Quote by Puffe View Post
    Here is better photos of the two latest items!

    The color is light yellow / Easter Yellow.

    Puffe
    Very cool piece. You know where to find me if you plan to sell it some time.
    Regarding the pin with the sauvastika, I'll guess it's just a lucky charm symbol from the twenties, neat pin anyway.

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    Quote by razputin View Post
    Very cool piece. You know where to find me if you plan to sell it some time.
    Regarding the pin with the sauvastika, I'll guess it's just a lucky charm symbol from the twenties, neat pin anyway.
    Not impossible at all! The maker was operating 1920-1934. I just think its cool because it was made in Sweden and in gold with stones (most likely diamonds). The reversed swastika is a bit odd.

    Hehe the eagle is never going to be for sale, its one of the rarest items i've heard of regarding Swedish NS. :-)

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    NU youth behind the x-mas tree.

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    NU member, wolfangle.
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    Sveriges Nationella Ungdomsförbund

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    Sveriges Nationella Förbund

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    Sveriges Nationella Ungdomsförbund
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    So o picked up this pin today and after looking through the thread I believe it to be face but can anyone tell me for sure?
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    Quote by Brenton Jones View Post
    So o picked up this pin today and after looking through the thread I believe it to be face but can anyone tell me for sure?


    Originals have the pin soldered directly to the badge, not the round pin plate!

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