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1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

Article about: here is a 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin. Apparently this was the 6th convention as the badge is marked" 6 Deutsch Japan Arad Tagung". The location is on the bottom of the pi

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    here is a 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin. Apparently this was the 6th convention as the badge is marked" 6 Deutsch Japan Arad Tagung". The location is on the bottom of the pin " St Christopham Arlberg Tirol "

    As you can see from the photos the badge is in beautiful condition. It measures 35 mm across and has wonderful enameling..red, black and white. It has a swastika on the left and a rising sun on the right. There is an eagle, below that 1944 and then the Hitler Youth Insignia.

    The back is marked GES.GESCH and HOFFSTATTOR/BONN.

    your opinion on this one please
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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    Not good A fantasy design.

    Think about it: by 1944 badges were being made out of zinc and enamels were rarely used, having given way to cheaper painted finishes.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    fake,,,never existed as a real item,...

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    No good sorry fake.

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    The spelling is also incorrect. It doesn't say ges gesch, it says ces cesch.

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    ces maybe for ceskoslovensko where it was made :-)
    Looking for following WWII German items:
    - anything dealing with Allenstein (Olsztyn) and Wehrkreis I in East Prussia,
    - entrenching tool carrier (straight and folding),
    - forestry and hunting items,

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    This pin is outright goofy. The German is the equivalent of a Kindergartener's.

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    Default Re: 1944 German/ Japanese Convention Pin.

    Not to mention, it has the much dreaded "coffin pin"...
    William

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

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    Andrelus

    The round and excessively uniform letters are the biggest clue that the item is a fake. As Ade also mentioned, it's a fantasy piece, so it's not even a fake. Save you cash, there are plenty of authentic badges out there, just not in this configuration.

    Mark

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