Discussions on Axis awards and decorations. Hosted by John G & William Kramer.
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I would be interested in comments on this. Supposedly this was given to a South African, the name I heard was Oswald Pirot, who went over and supported the party in the 30s. It was subsequently given to my grandfather who lived in Johannesburg in the 50s and I recently inherited it. Given the low number (52) I'd be interested in finding out how you validate items like this.
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Regular party members pin, several things look questionable but since it is an fairly early transitional version with at least some provenance, I'll give it the benefit of doubt..... The #52 is the makers code not an issue number.
Not way of verifying the story.... Really just a nice enamel party pin.... Nothing special.