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    Some pre TR era pins.

    Tom
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    My buddy used to own the largest stick pin collection in the world, I can get some pictures for you guys next time I see him.

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    Here's three I could quickly find, the Russian and Aussie ones I'm not sure of the period
    Regards
    René

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    Quote by Wagriff View Post
    At one time, I had quite an extensive gathering of stickpins, as I've always liked how they look, but that was many a moon ago. Today, I've only kept a few of my favorites. They are, though, extremely rare and not to be seen again anytime soon. These 2 pins are from the Ustasha in Croatia. These are the guys who frightened Himmler himself with their blood-letting. The ring is, of course, not a stickpin, but is, perhaps, the only one like it in existence. It was excavated on the bloody massacre field of Bleiburg where the Ustasha met their final doom. It is Silver and hand engraved and the excavation marks can still be seen on it's face.(I just stuck it in the box to photograph it).Attachment 440341Attachment 440342Attachment 440343Attachment 440344Attachment 440345Attachment 440346
    Ustashi -- Very Creepy stuff
    Regards
    René

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    Quote by Pryo View Post
    My buddy used to own the largest stick pin collection in the world, I can get some pictures for you guys next time I see him.
    Thanks Daniel, that would be great.

    Tom

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    Creepy doesn't Begin to cover the Ustasha....Brrr..! Some Evil lot, they were!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Default my stick pins

    Heres my small pin collection ,Paul
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    Latest additions.

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    I have the picture, but they are all on my phone, so expect them in the next day or so

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    Pictures are bad. Sorry I can't do more about it. These are pictures of his collection before he sold it off 10 some odd years ago. A few of the pieces ended up in books.

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