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Does anybody recognize this pin?

Article about: This is a pure white pin. It is apparantly made of plastic. The Germans really knew mhow to make plastic, for nearly 70 years after it was made in 1939 it looks like it was made yesterday. I

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    Wuerstenfuchs
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    This is a pure white pin. It is apparantly made of plastic. The Germans really knew mhow to make plastic, for nearly 70 years after it was made in 1939 it looks like it was made yesterday. I have darkened the image so that you can read it easier. As you can see, the pinback was merely glued on. It looks like they had good glue, too. Does anybody have an idea what this pin is worth?

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    I recognise it, but I cannot help on a value. At a guess about 20/$40.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Hello, I saw one similar to this a while back and it was in the $40-$50 range at that time. I have a friend who is much more knowledgeable than I, who I would like to forward a picture to if you don't mind sending me an email copy of this and any other info you have on it. He is located in Tulsa. Thanks! It is a most interesting piece!

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    i see in the book the same badge and the descrition : made of porcellain not plastic ! and the value price (old book ) 50 deutsche Mark
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    I looked it over again, and I guess it is porcelin. But I do have a nazi Kreistag badge that is very DEFINTELY white plastic.

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    I have scanned the badge that I KNOW is plastic. Again, darkened the image so you can see it better.
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    Nice tinnie mate, Wiesbaden 39-02 (Tieste).

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