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It's been awhile since any tinnies were added to this thread.
I haven't picked up any. Has anyone?

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add some

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Those are all very nice! I found and added these fairly recently.

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Both boys are wearing the same outfit and badges. Anyone know what boys group wore these badges? Thanks

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I appreciate both of you gents posting your tinnies. I've had my eye on a couple for some time, just waiting for prices to fall within my reach or to win some lottery. wink
Mikee, my first impression from your image is Tirol. Not sure though. Must enlist some help.

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I'm not convinced that they are Tirol eagles, the top one maybe but certainly not the bottom.

I can't find any similar badges in any of my references either...

Sorry
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Here is one I haven't seen! I am sure others have!

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One I had not seen before.

Thanks for showing it.

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Here are a couple of mine.
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Thanks Rod. Appreciated.

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Very welcome Joe. That is what this forum is all about.
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Anybody picked up any new ones?

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Disturbing the dust with this tinnie.

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this isn't anything really special,,but I like SAAR stuff..

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I used to have like 10 SAAR tinnies,,sadly most went out with the tide. This too!, found it in my backyard afterwards. Plenty of fresh water and its good as old!

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can't get to my books..
This thing anything good. I don't see it around .. Value?

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ok,,obverse..

Viking ships are cool! IF anyone has,,what is the history of this event?,,thanks

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better shot,,rare? common?

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2nd District Meeting of the NSDAP Wesermunde 27./28.6.1936
Saw one listed for 90 Euro. Saw one mentioned at $45 USD.

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this was under salt water. Rough looking when I first found it. A bit of cleaning and I managed to save it..
IF I didn't get to Aluminum pieces right away they corroded very fast and would become dust! I got this one stable.
Could use a touch more cleaning and I'll be happy with it. It's nice on the large size piece [about a US silver dollar size].

Thanks Joe for info and valuation...,G.

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Any tinnie / day badges anyone might wish to share? Post away. smile


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Just bringing this current. It,s 2019 any new additions anyone?

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2021 winding down. Any new additions?

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I have a couple of Viking themed tinnies, unknown as to what or when it celebrates, but kinda neat.

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I've not seen the last one you show before. Is it a small pin? It is interesting.

Hopefully, we will get some comments on your other items.

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The small pin is about the size of a nickel.


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John, the two shields are part of a 7 piece set of Reichs (National) level WHW donation pins sold 25-26 Oct. 1941. They represent ancient Germanic shields. Each had a colored stone in the center. Missing on yours. Your examples on the reverses - Norman, Thuringian.

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Thx, Joe.


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John, the two shields are part of a 7 piece set of Reichs (National) level WHW donation pins sold 25-26 Oct. 1941. They represent ancient Germanic shields. Each had a colored stone in the center. Missing on yours. Your examples on the reverses - Norman, Thuringian.

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If you scroll to the bottom of the first page of this old thread you can see some examples.
https://forum.germandaggers.com/ubb...amp;Words=whw&Search=true#Post134404


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Thank, Joe.


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The Tinnie (day badges) threads have been getting a number of reads. Anyone have some to share?

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