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Any member collecting SA "meeting"/"event" pins ?

Article about: Hello David, sorry if I posted doubles, I had more but traded them for head gear. greetings gothickk

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    Default S.A. Sturmbann I/16 Lüneburg 1935

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    Default FAKE - SA Gruppe Niederrhein 1938

    Although I have never as yet examined in hand one of these particular "suspect" SA event badges, I am sure that the one to the viewers left, that is without any "cut outs", is an Eastern European fake. The obverse detail is quite good, however that reverse is horrid and to my mind is quite unacceptable for the genre. Professional die stamping does not always produce a clean and mirror reverse image which we sometimes see on original belt buckles. This is quite acceptable, however to my mind not so on the light gauge tin of a Tagungsabzeichen.

    Why on earth this quite common badge should be targeted is quite beyond me.

    I may well be wrong and any comments would be greatly welcome.

    Regards,

    David
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    David, i have a question about the badge in post 187. I have a 1932 Hitlertag tinnie that is very similar, and when i was looking at both side by side.. i remembered something else as well, that yours was in the 1970`s WW2Ltd fakers catalog for $5.-

    I dont know if yours is from them in the early 70`s, or if there even was a SA tinnie like this at all, but it`s certainly another SA tinnie that has been reproduced. Why? i guess SA and SS have always sold.
    The one in the WW2Ltd. catalog has clearly (also) been blackened and had the perfect fake patina added to the obverse, the old images clearly show that much.

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    Dear Jo

    You are absolutely correct that Tagungsabzeichen have been faked for some considerable time and not only SA and SS related. I do not know WW2Ltd. and I wonder, was the badge in question being openly sold as a clear fake? $5 for a fake pin in the 1970's seems a little expensive.

    Really though it matters not and to be honest I have always been comfortable with the example that I hold.

    Interesting that the eagles on the three badges and primarily by the wings feathering, are all "different".

    Regards,

    David
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    Default S.A. Gruppe Niederrhein 1937

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    Default S.A. Gruppe Berlin Brandenburg

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    Default S.A. Brigade (?) Aufmarsch 1934

    More than likely as part of SA Gruppe Westfalen based at Dortmund.
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    Default Ehrentag der SA Kampfer 1934

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    Default S.A. Brigade 43 Meiningen 1934

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