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HJ Tinnies

Post by MIKE29 » 26 Apr 2004 19:41

Here are a few more.
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Post by Wood » 27 Apr 2004 01:16

Medallion type "tinnie" ? On a silk cord. Mining?
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Rear?
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Post by Wood » 27 Apr 2004 01:19

Front? Translation anybody?
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Post by herr register » 27 Apr 2004 18:32

These are my only unique tinnies.
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Post by herr register » 27 Apr 2004 20:25

That eagle on my "hunger" tinnie has got to be the ugliest eagle I have ever seen on any badge!!

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Post by benten » 04 May 2005 11:35

SA Standarte 416 Glauchau tinnie...........
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a few more

Post by andya » 04 May 2005 16:49

A few that I have. Don't collect these so not really sure which ones qualify as tinnies and if all are original.
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my favourite

Post by andya » 04 May 2005 16:51

My favourite. No reason I just like it.
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Re: a few more

Post by benten » 04 May 2005 19:16

andya wrote:A few that I have. Don't collect these so not really sure which ones qualify as tinnies and if all are original.


Nice collection Andya.

The round tinnie left below with hand and swastica: "Treueschwur Mittelfranken" is my second favorite .
First favorite : the tinnie above in the centre: " Wettkampftage der SA Gruppe Niedersachsen 1936" with the big eagle and sword. Looks like solid brass tin, or iron bronzefinished, or brass silverfinished...can you see left traces of silver?

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Post by Tracer » 11 May 2005 14:44

An SA Competition Day Tinnie I picked up a while back..
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Post by benten » 14 May 2005 18:55

Tracer wrote:An SA Competition Day Tinnie I picked up a while back..


Very nice tinnie !!

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Berchtesgaden 2 times

Post by benten » 23 May 2005 15:09

Here 2 tinnies Berchtesgaden 1932 and 1975. Notice the vieuw to the mountains is the same; same skyline!
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nice

Post by William Kramer » 24 May 2005 02:55

Hello,

Those Berchtesgaden tinnies are great. I do like the mountains as well. While the politics in Germany have shifted a bit........the mountains have not!

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Re: nice

Post by benten » 24 May 2005 17:37

all1knew wrote:Hello,

Those Berchtesgaden tinnies are great. I do like the mountains as well. While the politics in Germany have shifted a bit........the mountains have not!

William Kramer


I agree 100%, William. Same mountains other times.....!
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ps I changed the pictures here and there a littlebit .
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Post by stcamp » 26 May 2005 16:48

The bird tinnie has a date of 1934 and says "Aufwarts aus eigner kraft". = upwards by own power. An early Nazi party propaganda pin, manufactured after the failed Munchen-Putsch in 1923; worn by members and sympathizers of the outlawed organization.

Treue um Treue Saar 1935 Unmarked tinnie celebrating the loyalty of the Saar region, 1935.
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