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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 III/42 - 1934

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    Default S.A. Standarte 77 (and others) - 1934

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    David, I am always amazed at your extensive collection of SA's...any idea how many were produced?.............Dave H

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    Dear Dave

    Recently I have been quite fortunate in securing quite a few SA-Tagungsabzeichen and so the collection grows.

    A good question that you ask and the only answer I can give is - thousands. One day I will count the SA's shown in the Tieste catalogues and which must run in their thousands and then, add 20% to allow for those not documented.

    Regards,

    David

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    Default S.A. Skimeisterschaft 1931

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    That,s different David more of a badge than a "tinny" unusual fitting on the reverse, great design
    though.
    Mametz

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    Hello Mametz

    Long time no speak.

    A fellow collector some while back loosely suggested that the strange twin prong fixing device seen here is not original to this badge and instead, is an ad hoc "belts and braces" modification effected by the owner and to enable secure attaching to a leather item.

    A further suggestion that the pin started life with either a rectangular or round pin attachment by and marked Poellath etc.

    In my opinion a great design and also, quite rare. For the latter though, not so according to Tieste.

    Regards,

    David

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    Default S.A. Sturmbann I/166 (1933)

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    Default S.A. Gruppe Ostmark 1937

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