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Article about: Hello. I have these "plastic" stickpins. Its all have needles and marks. I think that all are originals, but what you think from this picture. Please yours opinions.

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    Hello.
    I have these "plastic" stickpins. Its all have needles and marks.
    I think that all are originals, but what you think from this picture.
    Please yours opinions.


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    Hi Alfonso, these all look fine to me. As you know these were sold as fund raising items for the Nazi "WHW" (Winter Hilfs Werk) charity.

    Here is a rare card display board for them, which I photographed in a museum in Austria.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    My deare frien Adrian,
    Thank you for info and for a picture.

    Friendley, Aleksandar

    And I want to tell that on black flag sign "pionire", green flag sign "Schnutzen und kraftschnutzen" etc...

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    Default And figurines WHW ???

    And are there any possibylites that these porcelain figurines are for WHW???
    Their high is from 4 to 6 centimetres. There is not any marks on.

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    Hi Aleksandar, am not not sure about these?

    My "gut feeling" is that they are more likely to be from the 1960's, but I am not 100% sure. See what other forum members think.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    It is you opinion for stickpins or figurines?

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    The figurines

    Cheers, Ade.

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    Ohh, thank you!!!
    Friendly, Aleksandar

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    ... and backsides

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    They are fine. We think of plastic today as cheap and nasty, but in the 1930's & 40's it was considered modern and also fashionable.

    Cheers, Ade.

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