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REICHSPARTEITAG NÜRNBERG 1933 badge

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    Nice badge. Here is a picture I have of an NSBO Man wearing his and mine.
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    Dear Rossi

    Welcome to the Forum and thankyou for chipping in here.

    Always interesting to see this badge in post event wear.

    Regards,

    David

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    Thanks David. Happy to try to contribute a little bit to your thread.

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    Dear Rossi

    Welcome to the Forum and thankyou for chipping in here.

    Always interesting to see this badge in post event wear.

    Regards,

    David


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    Very nice badge!

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    Has anyone ever seen this badge with a screw and numbered disk in the back instead of a pin? I saw one but I believe it's not original (was also lacking details compared to the original). Was just wondering if a disk version existed because I've only seen the badge with a pin before.

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    Quote by Jet Ace View Post
    Has anyone ever seen this badge with a screw and numbered disk in the back instead of a pin? I saw one but I believe it's not original (was also lacking details compared to the original). Was just wondering if a disk version existed because I've only seen the badge with a pin before.
    I have no doubt that what you saw was a fake.

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    I just happened to score one of these a few days ago...No reverse hardware, 4 neatly drilled holes for sewing/mounting...
    Displays nicely and a good deal at $20 due to the defects...
    cheers, Glenn
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    A great pick up. Most likely the pin was removed on purpose with the intention of mounting it to a plaque etc.

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    Quote by HPL2008 View Post
    I have no doubt that what you saw was a fake.
    Totally agree.

    A question for Jet Ace. If the one you saw had a numbered disc, then I wonder if the said disc and numbering were similar to this.? An image of a fake Baltic Cross with origins from Russia. No reason why this fake screw and disc should not be applied to a fake 1933 RPT, although personally I have never seen this combination, yet!

    Regards and best wishes,

    David
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    Quote by David North View Post
    Totally agree.

    A question for Jet Ace. If the one you saw had a numbered disc, then I wonder if the said disc and numbering were similar to this.? An image of a fake Baltic Cross with origins from Russia. No reason why this fake screw and disc should not be applied to a fake 1933 RPT, although personally I have never seen this combination, yet!

    Regards and best wishes,

    David
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    The disk looked like this.

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