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Krim shield and Worringen

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    Hi, tinnie is just a term for Third reich day/rally badges and commemorative badges like yours. There's one for sale on the net from a dealer for $55. Thanks for the close ups.
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    You're welcome. And once again thanks for your time.
    As for the shield, I suppose in a way it's a shame it's in such a state. But if it's authentic then I think it just gives it more character and is all the better for it. Thinking about it, I must have picked it up about 25 years ago at a collectors fair and must have only paid a pound or two.

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    Hi Steak, welcome to the forum!

    In my opinion it is an extremely worn, tired and rough looking shield.

    But at the same time an original Deumer type 3.1. Is it magnetic by any chance?

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    In memory of Capt. Robert Falcon Scott, Edward Wilson, Henry Bowers, Lawrence Oates and Edgar Evans. South Pole Expedition, 30th March 1912.

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    Shield is ok, but it is in very poor to almost relic condition
    Morris

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    Well, only a couple of posts in and already I'm about 100% more clued up than I was! Many thanks.

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    The Krim shield looks like a good Zinc Deumer

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