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RAD w/J Maiden-Hauptfuehrerin Brosche

Article about: Good Morning, Friends... I've decided to create a grouping of the various Female RAD Brooches...I've always liked these Brooches finding them rather attractive and generally offered at an af

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    Good Morning, Friends...
    I've decided to create a grouping of the various Female RAD Brooches...I've always liked these Brooches finding them rather attractive and generally offered at an affordable price...I picked up this -harder to find rank- Maiden-Leader's Brooche today for $20...(That's what actually encouraged me to go ahead and collect them all, lol)..."Might as well!" This is known as the 3rd Pattern in Iron...The Above Example that I purchased today is a recent find from Germany that looks like it needs a good home, lol...
    Note the Braided Edge on this Badge...
    cheers, Glenn
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    I like these as well. I picked up a few myself, and this 1937 pattern is my best one.
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    Glenn, Any more on hand at the moment. ? I agree that these are nice to collect and sometimes pricey
    depending on postage. I have found that some are produced by Assman, Deumer, and PuC, there must be a vast amount of variants to be had IMO.
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    These are some of the ones I have.. I'm still digging through boxes..
    P.S. Thanks for the heads up ! G
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    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    WOW! You've got quite an inventory there, lol...Several really nice-looking examples there too! Thanks for showing!
    cheers, Glenn

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    Quote by weller View Post
    I like these as well. I picked up a few myself, and this 1937 pattern is my best one.
    Did a few searches and now know the maker = Moritz Hausch, Pforzheim...was never quite sure on this one.

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    They are nice I have a handful myself

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    Quote by humble collector View Post
    They are nice I have a handful myself
    HC Post em' up if possible.. Start a new thread !! I personally would like to see them !! G
    I'd rather be A "RaD Man than a Mad Man "

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    No need for a new thread. Post your collections and make it a 'sticky' thread. Front and back pics, and nice thread Glenn

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    Quote by Gwar View Post
    HC Post em' up if possible.. Start a new thread !! I personally would like to see them !! G
    I'll second that!
    "Per Ardua"

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