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    I have the chance to find a handful of German pins from ww1 and 2 but their are a couple of stick pins i CAN NOT FIND any information on on the internet so i am counting on you guysto help me out. Thanks
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    The last one is a tinnie/event badge for the 19. Bundesschießen of the Deutscher Schützenbund [German Shooting Association].

    23 of these major shooting competitions were held between 1862 and 1965. The 19th one was held in Cologne from 20 July to 3 August 1930. 3,500 competitors from 5 nations participated.

    The other two appear to be membership pins from civilian music-related clubs/associations.

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    That is what I thought on the top two, but I cant pinpoint it. especially the 2nd. Really looking to find the exact association.

    Anybody else got anything?

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    I've seen the one with the swan before. But in a pin, not a stick pin. Might not have been exactly the same. I actually think I saw it here.

    Other than that I can't help (and to be honest, my comment was not much help at all).

    M
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    Really looking to find the exact place where it originated from.
    What are they worth? That is the most important thing here.

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    Lol - not all that much. The musical themed pieces
    usually relate to 'Sangerbund' groups.........
    Regards,


    Steve.

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    Quote by theinvester View Post
    That is what I thought on the top two, but I cant pinpoint it. especially the 2nd. Really looking to find the exact association.
    Given that they could be from any small-town choir/band/music club, this will be extremely difficult and may well prove to be practically impossible.


    Quote by theinvester View Post
    Really looking to find the exact place where it originated from.
    What are they worth? That is the most important thing here.
    The one thing that's certain is that they have very little financial value.

    Also, allow me to remark that we don't offer an appraisal service here.

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