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Post by croatia » 24 Jan 2004 14:45

Few of mine tinnies.I can write description for all of them but if somebody want need info on some of them just write PM or message here on the forum.
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All items on the fotos are availible for trade
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Post by croatia » 24 Jan 2004 14:48

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Post by croatia » 24 Jan 2004 14:49

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HJ Tinnies

Post by MIKE29 » 25 Jan 2004 03:02

Here are 2 HJ tinnies from my collection,both hollow stamped .
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Third Reich Tinnies

Post by vogelbird » 29 Jan 2004 18:08

Nice postings all! Makes you realize just what a vast variety there are in this series. Some very psychological designs! I particularly like those along the old Germanic and Nordic themes harkening back to the ancient pagan period. They are very striking indeed. thanks to everyone sharing their collections with us all.
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Post by Macmedal » 29 Jan 2004 22:41

Mike

Nice Nurnberg Tinnie !!!

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Post by Matt Gibbs » 30 Jan 2004 01:34

Love the HJ Zeltlager tinnie, I have not seen that before, damn, now I want one too! :D
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HJ bann 223 Tinnie

Post by MIKE29 » 31 Jan 2004 02:36

Hi Matt and Nick,
I got the Zeltlager and Nuremberg tinnies of a guy on militaria web about a month ago, I think he claimed they belonged to a relative.
This one below I picked up with a large group of HJ items and documents to one boy.
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NSFK Day Badge

Post by William Kramer » 03 Feb 2004 18:36

Hello all,

Just thought I would share my NSFK tinnie with you. I was told by Mr. Bill Shea that this badge could be bought at the NSFK event that took place on the date. He also stated that this is a very rare badge (maybe that is why he is charging $200+ for his larger table medal.) Have a look see!

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Post by Schattenjaeger » 22 Feb 2004 03:12

Wood wrote:Moving Nurnberg "tinnie" can anybody translate this? Something to do with voting?

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Hahahaha!
You see before your very eyes an example of a tinny of the famous Nuremberg Funnel.
It's a complex joke, I'm afraid
In medieval times, a certain schoolbook was printed in Nuremberg. It depicted a portrait of a rather startled looking kid in whose head a funnel was inserted, through which all necessary knowledge was to be inserted into the adolescent's brain. From this illustration, the book, which was used widely, acquired the nickname "Nürnberger Trichter", Nuremberg Funnel. This lead to the expression of "jmd. etwas eintrichtern", force-feeding knowledge into somebody.
This tinny is a propaganda piece visualizing this phrase of German vernacular. The script on the funnel reads "Where the Nuremberg Funnel is introduced/one can feel change immediately". The text on the piece with the arrow rhymes, rather badly, "Cleansed of thirty parties, and united."

So it would seem once the knowledge of unity has been force-fed to the masses, unity will ensue.

Hey, I didn't say it was a good one. Also, the doubled joke loses a bit in translation.

An example of Nazi kitsch. :)

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Post by Macmedal » 22 Feb 2004 09:06

Schattenjaeger

Thanks for that informative update. Without that local cultural knowledge the tinnie means very little. But now all is clear :D .

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Post by Schattenjaeger » 23 Feb 2004 01:28

Glad to be of help, Nick.

The story of the funnel can be found in "Deutsche Arithmetika", Nuremberg, 1545.
That was the first book to mention it, but it was made famous by Georg Philipp Harsdörffer's "Poetischer Trichter", 1647, Nuremberg.

Typical German "joke", needs an hour of history lessons and various explanations. :D

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Post by Wood » 24 Feb 2004 01:18

Schattenjaeger,
Thanks very much for the info, it's unusual to get the whole story behind a "tinnie"
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Post by croatia » 11 Mar 2004 17:18

If somebody interested for those grat tinnies see "for sale and wanted" forum

1. 1.Gau Parteitag Hamburg - Parteigrundungs Faier Hamburg 24.2.1934 Vereidigung d. Polit. Leiter 25.2.1934
2. 1.Wintersport Treffen SA Gruppe Thuringen 13. u. 14. 1. 1934
3.Reichsport Wettkampf HJ 1939
4.Gau Parteitag der N.S. Volkswohlfahrt Gau Ost Hannover Juni 1934
5. 10 Jahrige Wiederkehr des Reichsparteitages Weimar - Deutschland Erwache 1926-1936 Thurnigen
6.Wettkampftage der SA Gruppe Niedersachen 1936
7.Gautag der NSDAP Westfalen Sud Bochum 5- 7. 7. 1935
8.Treffen des 2. Hannov Inf. Reg 77 , SA Stand 77, HJ Bann 77 Celle 26,27 Mai 1934
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HJ Tinnies

Post by MIKE29 » 26 Apr 2004 19:31

Here are a few HJ tinnies I have added to my collection over the last 6 weeks.
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