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S.A. Tagungsabzeichen Prices!

Article about: This little fellow recently was sold on a well known German auction site for - wait for it - Euro 206. That is approximately GBP 171 and USD 283. My bid looked "amateur" to say the

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    This little fellow recently was sold on a well known German auction site for - wait for it - Euro 206.

    That is approximately GBP 171 and USD 283. My bid looked "amateur" to say the least.

    This is a rare pin, however Euro 206!

    Not boding well for my (and others) 2014 collecting of these pins, as I have been aware for some time now that the once humble SA-Tagungsabzeichen is instead regarded as highly desirable, highly sought after and highly prized.

    Happy Days.

    Regards,

    David
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    Indeed, David...I remember when tinnies of any type were ignored by most of the collecting community and generally available under $5.00...I've noticed that German/European collectors have taken to these with gusto, and they've become a popular collectible now, with prices reflecting that increased interest...I remember back in 1998 I was telling folks that tinnies would be the next "big thing"...and people looked at me like I was nuts...!
    cheers, Glenn

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    206 euros wow!......
    It's a wasted trip baby. Nobody said nothing about locking horns with no Tigers.



    I'm Spartacus, not really i'm Paul!...

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    Omg.

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    Too many collectors specializing nowadays , would be great if we could bring them back on track, back to the old way of a bit of everything that has a swastika on it together with a book or two, preferably from someone with a retired military rank prefixing their name. These pesky one-item collectors ruin it for the other,.... pesky one-item collectors.

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    When I started collecting, the resale shops in Chicago that handled WW2 items, had large containers full of these items at 25 cents each, your choice. How times have changed. I remember pulling a Totenkopf Aufsmarsch tinnie out of one of those containers for 25 cents.
    BOB

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    Perhaps there is a very fine line between collectors who have more money than sense and those who are astute enough to anticipate a future highly desirable, valuable and sought after item. The person who bid for and eventually bought this quite special SA-Tagungsabzeichen does I know, fall into the latter category. A highly enjoyable pin to have in ones collection and with the knowledge that every year, the demand for the genre and the associated price, will increase. This is I think a good barometer indication that our somewhat specialised hobby is alive, well and without understating the blindingly obvious, doing rather nicely. This is though now and without a shadow of a doubt, a hobby where the collector needs to have deep pockets.

    Regards,

    David

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    A 200.- incentive for someone considering forging a few

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