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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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    Dear Wood

    Thankyou for posting some quite fabulous SA "pins" and perhaps others will follow suite.

    Just a parting shot, however (a) 323 and 325 are extremely rare and to be quite frank now, any SA ski associated pin is highly sought after and highly collectible, (b) 327 and 329 are wonderful, (c) 331, I have the same quite rare badge however with a simple pin and not the "Brehmer" type and (d), great pin and I have this one in a silver finish.

    Keep them coming Wood !!!

    Regards,

    David

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    Great thread, friends...Many rare and absolutely gorgeous badges being shown here...! I remember when tinnies weren't even considered a popular collectible and sold for very little money...Those days have obviously changed, lol...
    cheers, Glenn

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    Default S. A. Sturmbann I/182 - Flöha 1934

    Flöha was a town in the district of Mittelsachsen (Saxony) and was situated on the confluence of the rivers Zschopau and Flöha, some 10 km east of Chemnitz. A sub camp of the Flossenbürg concentration camp was located in Flöha.

    Regards,

    David
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    Thanks for stroking my ego David, and for the extra information.
    Running low on new ones to post.
    Is this one SA or SA related?

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    Dear Pete

    Nothing wrong with having our egos stroked, once in a while. Again, great Tagungsabzeichen and please keep them coming !!

    As far as the Leipzig 1938 "pin" is concerned, I would add it as SA.

    Regards,

    David

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    Dear Pete

    In relation to post 337, have you seen anything like this before?

    Regards,

    David
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