Yes it is a good what i belive to be a viking tinney their are many more types of these as well very afordable and collectible...ERIC
Not a clue on these must be pre ww2 but look very nice....ERIC
No i should have been more clear these are given to the german people during fund raising during ww2 the german people considered the viking people their nordic Brothers and this is ww2 for sure their are sords shields and axes and maybe more im not a big tinney colletor hope this helps..
First picture shows an ancient shield from sweden. "Altschwedisch" means "oldswedish". This tinny was one in a group of
7 and its a WHW Winterhilfswerk giveaway, issued in Germany Oktober 25 to 26, 1941.
For all who are interested in WHW tinnies, go to Berts Sammlerecke Bert's Sammlerecke
Enter -> mark and enter -> Galerie -> Winterhilfswerk -> RSTS. Yours is number 426
Excellent Peter and a good site btw.
One down and a few to go.
Thanks for the help,
The medal with the eagle overcoming the dragon on the obverse and the inscription "Den siegreichen Streitern / 1900 China 1901" is the China-Denkmünze für Kämpfer (China Commerative Medal for Combatants) awarded to personnel involved in the suppression of the Boxer Rebellion.
Here is a nice (German language) link showing more examples including clasps, miniatures, ribbon bars, documents etc: