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Article about: Hello, my name is Raul, I'm from Spain and I collect NSDAP insignia and photographs where this piece out. My collection of badges is very small, I began a few months ago. M1/15, Ferdinand Ho

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    Hello, my name is Raul, I'm from Spain and I collect NSDAP insignia and photographs where this piece out.

    My collection of badges is very small, I began a few months ago.

    M1/15, Ferdinand Hofstätter

    RZM period, 1935 /1940 aprox.
    Measures 22.6 mm and weighs 4.91 grams.

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    Here you can see my collection of photographs relating to the NSDAP badge:

    Parteiabzeichen Collection by Gefreiter otto.

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    Nice Hofstätter badge! Welcome to the Forum, Raul! We look forward to seeing more of your collections and your viewpoints!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    That is a nice badge, and well photographed! I look forward to seeing more.

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    Thank you!

    M1/42 "Kerbach & Israel" after "Kerbach & Oesterhelt" , RZM period.

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    Lovely badges mate! You'll find there's a few of us here that collect these fascinating badges, there's a great thread titled " the official unofficial party badge thread" it'd be great if you can ad the pics of these two badges there.

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    Quote by sandgroper View Post
    Lovely badges mate! You'll find there's a few of us here that collect these fascinating badges, there's a great thread titled " the official unofficial party badge thread" it'd be great if you can ad the pics of these two badges there.
    Hello ¡¡
    I know this post is wonderful.
    I'll be happy to help.

    Raul

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    nice ones.

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    Nº 16 "Dr. Franke und Co" Transition Period, 1933 y 1935.
    Measures 22,9 mm and weighs 4.88 grams.

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    The back is very interesting

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    Zinc badges:

    M1/159 "Hans Doppler" and M1/93 "Gotllieb Friedrick Keck & Sohn" Pforzheim

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    M1/120 Wilhelm Deumer, Lüdenscheid

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    The attachment button is used in eyelet jacket, so no pin was used and was more comfortable to put on and remove :

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    That's a very nice badge and photos! They don't want to damage their nice suits.

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