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Mystery SA pin?

Article about: Hey there, So I got this as a part of a small grouping that I bought the other day, and I bought it for the equivalent of something like \\$10. It looks to me like an SA pin due to it's design

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    Default Mystery SA pin?

    Hey there,
    So I got this as a part of a small grouping that I bought the other day, and I bought it for the equivalent of something like $10. It looks to me like an SA pin due to it's design, but I really have no idea. It has the maker Ges. Gesch and an RZM mark, as well as a '6' stamped into the bottom. Anyone have any idea as to what it is, or if my money is well spent?
    Regards
    Finn
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ID:	230245its a sa tie pin very nice

    tom

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    forgot to right my is repro so no markings but yours looks like an origional

    tom

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    Quote by talltom View Post
    forgot to right my is repro so no markings but yours looks like an origional

    tom
    Thanks very much, Tom Much appreciated info!
    Regards

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    It appears to be a lapel pin worn on civilian clothing.
    BOB

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    Quote by BOB COLEMAN View Post
    It appears to be a lapel pin worn on civilian clothing.
    I agree
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