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Article about: Hello to All, I was wonder what you all thought about this tinnie. I have several tinnie's but I have never seen this one. Thanks for any input Semper Fi Phil

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    Hello to All,
    I was wonder what you all thought about this tinnie. I have several tinnie's but I have never seen this one.
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    Thanks for any input
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Hello Phil,

    This is a pretty common tinnie...we sell them for $5.00 a piece when we have them. It is cataloged in Reinhard Tieste's famed tinnie catalog as # Ein Volk, Reich, Führer 00 - 02 a. There is also a variant in silver...we usually sell that one for a few dollars more. I believe it is from either 1933 or 1934.

    Hope that helps...

    Chrys

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    1938 Anschluss Tinnie, not worth much IMO.

    Eric
    Edit Chrys got it. By 30 Sec

    Eric
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    Hi Chrys. This Is a Anschluss type is it not?

    Eric
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    Hey Eric,

    I am not 100% sure but the early style of pin attachment leads me to believe that they are from before 1938. The motto is that used during the annexation of Austria...but I believe that it was around earlier than 1938.

    I have seen a tinnie from 1933 with the same motto.

    Chrys

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    I thought this Portrait was part of the Anschluss items?

    Eric
    [h=3]e plu·ri·bus u·num[/h]

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    I don't know 100%...could be. I can't find anything concrete on it. Just not the type of pin attachment I'd expect to see on something from 1938. But it stands to reason...maybe they just cranked out a bunch of cheap tinnies to hand out to Austrians.

    But the motto was definitely around before 1938.

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    This type is what I remember when I saw it, not to say my found pic posted is orig.
    Propaganda card with Hitler's portrait in a medallion-- '[German] Folk stand by [German] Folk, we all belong to the Fuehrer / Your Thanks, Your Yes / on 10. April [1938] issued as propaganda for the Anschluss vote in Austria.
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    Eric
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    WOW!! That is some awesome information Gent's. It is Greatly Appreciated !!!
    So I guess I should not pay more than $5 for this pin! Excellent info!
    Thanks You very Much for the help and ID of this tinnie.
    Take Care
    Semper Fi
    Phil

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