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    What are your opinions on this one I have coming in a quantity of tinnies I have just bought.
    Regards, Pete.

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    moved to Orders and Decoration of the 3rd Reich Forum where you will likely receive more responses.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Looks good from here. Congrats!

    cheers

    Matt

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    Thanks Mathew.
    I hadn't got a silver, but it looks so shiny on the reverse. Overcleaned??
    Obviously, I will know better when I have it in hand.
    Regards,
    Pete

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    looks in mint condition.

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    Well for a 70 odd year old tinnie that is in immaculate condition Pete.
    I assume with the luck you have had with the Flak and this one you only paid a tinnie price.
    There are too many variations of this badge for me to give it a call good or bad but anyway..
    Well done it is a great addition to any collection

    All the best
    Doug

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    Yes Doug, If you divide my purchase price by the number of tinnies acquired. it came at a very good price.
    However there are half in the bundle I already have and some that will be worth considerably less and quite hard to shift on.
    Regards,
    Pete

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    Quote by wood View Post
    Yes Doug, If you divide my purchase price by the number of tinnies acquired. it came at a very good price.
    However there are half in the bundle I already have and some that will be worth considerably less and quite hard to shift on.
    Regards,
    Pete
    I know what you mean Pete.
    I fell in to a similar trap when I sold off a thousand or so tinnies thinking I had kept the more rare and better conditioned ones only to find that most of them are quite 'common'.
    Still it's nice when you grab a rare piece.
    All the best
    Doug

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    somehow this thread was moved to the Kampfbinde Forum(armbands). Back to where it belongs.
    BOB

    LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.

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    Well I have it.
    My pictures are really no better.
    The only thing I can add is that it is non-magnetic.
    Pete

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