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Nürnberg 1929 Reichsparteitage der NSDAP

Article about: An "Ehrenzeichen" of course and hopefully Forum members will add to this post by other examples. Regards, David

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    An "Ehrenzeichen" of course and hopefully Forum members will add to this post by other examples.

    Regards,

    David
    Sorry. I got sidetracked by your above post when you invited members to post other examples. Not seeing the last two I added, I thought it would be beneficial to most to see those.

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    Too cryptic for me Matt and after a long day at this side.

    All I requested and for comparison purposes, was a reverse image of what I thought was a regular size and configuration badge in silver that you held. No more and no less.

    Regards and best wishes,

    David

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    May we see the reverse detail of the "full size" example?

    Regards,

    David
    Here is the reverse detail of the full size example.

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    There might indeed be some confusion here- if you were looking for silver grade pin, it is what has been posted above (made out of silvered brass sheet). If you were looking for pinback made out of silver (Ag), it is not it. I do not have a portable, full size pin that is made out of silver in my collection.
    Hope that clears it up.

    cheers

    Matt

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    Matt

    Thankyou.

    I wonder, is your badge silver or silver washed (or whatever the correct term is)?

    Regards,

    David

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    The base metal on this particular example is brass. Other pins made out of different base materials exist (nickel silver along already mentioned silver).

    cheers

    Matt

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    This would be a good example of a silver/silver badge to compare against. From a collection of a friend. Same construction as bronze and silver grade pins with the exception of the hardware. As you can see, on this one the pin is fastened directly to the badge, without the use of a pin plate.


    cheers

    Matt
    Last edited by matthew; 12-29-2014 at 03:44 AM.

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    One that I hold where the "silver wash" has almost completely disappeared.

    Regards,

    David
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    Reverse
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    Another bronze.

    cheers

    Matt

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