never seen one before,I go for its ok.
An interesting piece. I wonder what the purpose of this was. The two holes would seem to indicate it was meant to be mounted on a placque. I would not be suprised to find that one of our membership has the answer.
LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.
Or it was mounted on the radiator of an automobile....
It's for a car rally held by the 10th SS-Motorstandarte on 5th/6th October 1935 with Neustadt an der Haardt in the Rhineland-Palatinate as its destination. Since 1937, the town has been known as Neustadt an der Weinstraße. This is in one of Germany's prime wine-growing regions, hence the grapevine ornamentation.
I cannot comment on the item's authenticity.
Andreas is a genius.