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Note: For some reason, some of the tinnies, the silver colored ones in particular, don't photograph well; they tend to look grained, pitted and heavily tarnished in the images. Unless those features are part of the description, please be assured, the tinnies offered are in very nice collectible condition. 

Kreistreffen, N.S.D.A.P. KREIS LIPPE in Lemgo 1938

1GT-1. 1-1/4-inch wide x 1-3/4-inch high, thin, stamped silver colored metal tinnie depicting party flags, with swastikas, on each edge, surmounted by an outstretched wing eagle standing on a swastika. The front almost appears to have a dark brown anodized finish; however, it could be some type of, thin, brown paint wash; the highlights are in bright silver colored plating. The tinnie commemorates a 1938, N.S.D.A.P. Kreis level meeting, at Lippe in Lemgo. Some very insignificant surface scratching to the brown area, from storage and handling, (not of a serious nature). The unmarked backside has surface rust where the vertical attaching pin was originally soldered. Unique. Near excellent. $55.00

An Interesting 1934 N.S.K.O.V. Tinnie for the Town of HAMELN, which is the
Location of the Fabled, 16th Century, “Pied Piper,” Legend in Germany
1GT-2. 1-1/4-inch wide x 2-inch high, thin, stamped brass tinnie depicting the N.S.K.O.V. symbol, the HAMELN City Seal, as well as a rough translation indicating the War Victims celebrating the 650th year anniversary of rat catching, in Hameln, Germany,  May 27, 1934. The front of the badge exhibits light signs age; the metal has toned to a dark brass color; no corrosion or deterioration. It appears that the badge once had a silver background color, which is no longer present. The unmarked backside is unmarked and has a vertical, wire type, attaching pin. A Unique Bit of Local German, Mythical, History Vg. $55.00
Wehrwettkampfe der SA Gruppe Niederrhein 1939, (Military Sports Competition Badge for the SA Group of Niederrhein In 1939)
1GT-3. 1-inch wide x 1-5/8-inch high, shield shaped white plastic badge depicting, in high relief, a hand painted gold SA Sports badge and lettering, commemorating the 1939 Lower Rhine SA Military Sports Competition. The front and backsides are moderately aged and have brown age spots throughout the plastic. As the highlights on these badges were hand painted, the paint did not adhere well over the ages and maybe 40% gold paint remains on the sports badge and no gold paint remains on the lettering. The reverse is maker marked, Richard Sieper & Sohne, Ludensheid,” as well as, “RZM, M9/25.” The backside has a vertical, safety pin type, attaching pin, which is heavily rusted. A worthy representative example. The badge looks dramatically better in person than it does in the image. Good. $15.00
Heeres Meister Schaften, (Army Championships), Kassel August 2nd through 6th, 1933 Tinnie
1GT-4. 1-1/2-inch wide x 1-1/2-inch high, thin, octagonal shaped, stamped, brassy/gold, finished metal Tinnie depicting the left profile of a German soldier wearing a, slightly stylized, German helmet, with the national colors showing on the left side. The front of the Tinnie exhibits moderate signs of age; light to moderate tarnish and very insignificant surface wear from storage and handling. The backside is without issues and has a, vertical, safety pin type attaching pin. Near excellent. $45.00  

Hitler’s Dank – Gau Westfalen, Nord – Winter-Hilfe, WHW, 1933-1934, Gold Color

1GT-6. 1-3/8-inch diameter, heavy, gold colored, alloy badge, depicting, in high relief, a profile of Hitler with the following words, "Hitler’s Dank, Gau Westfalen, Nord, Winter-hilfe, 1933-1934," (Hitler’s gratitude for WHW work 1933/34). The front exhibits light tarnish spots, as well as moderate wear to some of the raised surfaces, maybe 60%, or more, of the original gold finish remains. The backside exhibits an overall gold finish and it is maker marked, “Paulmann & Crone, Ludenscheid, Ges.Gesch.” it has a vertical, safety pin style, attaching pin. We do not normally see this tinnie in the gold color. A nice example. Vg. $65.00

Hitler’s Dank – Gau Westfalen, Nord – Winter-Hilfe, WHW, 1933-1934, Silver Color
1GT-6a. 1-3/8-inch diameter, heavy, silver colored, alloy badge, depicting, in very high relief, a profile of Hitler with the following words, "Hitler’s Dank, Gau Westfalen, Nord, Winter-hilfe, 1933-1934," (Hitler’s gratitude for WHW work 1933/34). The front exhibits moderate overall tarnish, as well as moderate surface wear, in some areas, and overall gray toning to the silver finish, maybe 60%, or more, of the original finish still remains. The backside exhibits an overall gray finish; it’s maker marked, “Paulmann & Crone, Ludenscheid, Ges.Gesch.,” and it has a vertical, safety pin style, attaching pin. unfortunately, half of the attaching pin is missing, (priced accordingly). A good representative example that will display quite nicely. Vg-. $40.00
Studentische Ernte Helfe 1939
1GT-7. Approximately 1-7/8-inch diameter, cast alloy badge, depicting a German Student style swastika, superimposed on wheat sheaves. The badge bears the words, “Studentische Ernte Hilfe 1939,” (Student Harvesters or Student Harvest Helpers). The front of the tinnie has toned to a medium gray color, with only minor remnants of its original silver wash finish; some minor deterioration is present. The backside is maker marked, however, due to moderate, to near heavy, areas of deterioration the markings are not legible. The badge has a vertical attaching pin. About Vg. $40.00
Kreisappell Der NSDAP Neustadt Weinstr 1939 Plastic-Like Tinnie
1GT-8. 1-3/8-inch diameter, gold painted, plastic-like, badge, depicting in high relief, a stylized German eagle standing on a swastika within an oak leaf wreath, flanked by grapes and grape leaves; the eagle design is raised in a way that it produces a 3-dimentional like effect. The front exhibits light signs of age and moderate surface wear to the gold painted finish on the highlights of some of the design, (mostly on the swastika and the eagles’ chest and wings). A spot of paint, (as can be seen in the image), is missing in the area of the right facing grapes and there is a spot of deterioration on the bottom center edge, however, at least, 90%, or more, of the original finish gold finish still remains. The backside is embossed, “RZM, M9/39,” (Wilhelm Deum, Ludenscheid) and it exhibits an overall light age and light surface wear to the gold painted finish; it has a horizontal, metal safety pin type attaching pin, (some rust on metal parts). There is a spot of deterioration on the bottom center edge, which is not noticeable at first glance and or when displayed from the front. About VG. $35.00
Luftsport Donation Glider Badge, Thin Stamped Metal
 

1GT-9. A very thin, stamped metal badge depicting, a top view, of a glider within a 1-inch diameter circle. The front of the badge has remnants of original silver paint; the hollow back side has a horizontal spring pin attaching device. Light signs of age and surface wear to the silver paint. Unique. Vg. $24.00

Luftsport Donation Glider Tinnie, "Luftsport Hilft Deutschland"
1GT-9a. 1-1/8-inch diameter stamped aluminum badge, three piece construction, bearing a small metal glider applied onto an amber colored bakelite, (?), center disk, which in turn is applied to the center of the badge; the outer border of the badge is embossed, "Luftsport Hilft Deutschland." The glider was once gilt, but now the gilt has worn to a dark copper color base metal. The hollow backside exhibits a horizontal spring wire attaching pin. There are some markings on the backside, which are completely unreadable. There is a horizontal crack in the bakelite material that is under the left wing and extends across the left side of the disk, (not too bad looking); can't see it in the images. Priced accordingly. Vg. $19.00
Helft Uns Helfen! – German Red Cross, Plastic Tinnie

1GT-10. Small 5/8-inch wide x 1-inch high, molded ivory colored plastic badge with a “Red Cross,” in the center; printed inscription reads, “Helft Uns Helfen!” (Help Us Help Them!). German Red Cross donation badge used throughout the Nazi period. Light age, light wear, a few light surface scratches and a little soil from handling and actual use. The hollow backside is unmarked and has a vertical, safety-pin type attaching pin. VG. $10.00

Tag Der Arbeit 1934
1GT-11. 1-3/8-inch diameter stamped brass badge commemorating Day of Labor, May 1, 1934; the reverse is maker marked, "164," and has a horizontal attaching pin. Light to moderate age and tarnish, as well as very insignificant surface scratches from handling and storage. Vg. $29.00
RLB Luftschutz, Tut, Not Reichs-Luftschutzbund, National Air Raid Protection Union Donation Badge. Small Size, Thin, Stamped Metal
1GT-12. 1-inch wide x 1-3/8-inch, thin, stamped metal badge depicting an airplane, (an enemy, I presume), diving on the outline of German house, the badge bears the embossed, RLB,” (National Air Raid Protection Union), logo design; the border is embossed with the inscription, “Luftschutz Tut Not, (air defense is necessary).  All of the silver finish is heavily worn off from age handling and the badge has toned to a dark gray patina; only extremely minor remnants of the original finish remains. The, hollow, unmarked, backside is aged and tarnished and has a horizontal, safety pin type, attaching pin. A good representative example. Unmarked. Vg-. $20.00
Kriestag der N.S.D.A.P. Wiesbaden 10.u.11. Juni 1939
1GT-13. 1-1/2-inch diameter, ivory colored, "plastic badge," depicting an eagle and swastika, surmounting, what is apparently the Wiesbaden city seal; wording reads, “Kriestag der N.S.D.A.P. Wiesbaden 10.u.11. Juni 1939.” The badge exhibits insignificant signs of age and soil from handling and storage; the plastic is slightly twisted from storage age, (nothing of a serious nature). The backside is embossed, "Richard Sieper & Sohne, Ludenscheid, 9/25," and has the RZM symbol, as well. The vertical safety pin type attaching pin exhibits moderate overall surface rust. Vg.  $55.00
Frankentag, Hesselberg 1938
1GT-15. 1-1/8-inch wide x 1-78-inch high, cast alloy badge, depicting an eagle standing above a city; wording reads, "Frankentag Hesselberg 1938;" swastika within a wreath at bottom of tinnie. The front of the tinnie has toned to a medium gray color, with none of its original finish remaining; some light wear and insignificant deterioration present. The backside exhibits light signs of deterioration and has no original finish; it is maker marked, "C. Balmberger, Nurnberg," and has a horizontal attaching pin. About Vg. $40.00
4-Piece Lot of W.H.W. Nordic Teutonic Weapons Tinnies, with “Jewels,” Complete with Pins on the Backside
1GT-18. Part of a series of Nordic Teutonic weapons, some having inset, “jewels,” which are actually various colored plastic, sometimes glass, inserts; sold at Party days, festivals and similar gatherings to help finance Social Welfare Programs. This selection has four different weapons or shield tinnies; clockwise starting from the top: 1). Teutonic dagger with jewel; the dagger is constructed from inexpensive Zink-like material; the silver finish is completely deteriorated on the front; most of the silver finish remains on the backside, which is numbered, “0.9;” pin intact. 2). Teutonic axe with jewel has a pewter-like finish; backside is numbered, “0.8;” pin intact. 3). “Troja-Bronze,” plastic shield depicting a Trojan bronze shield complete with simulated green aging; the backside is stamped with description; pin intact. 4). Teutonic axe with jewel; has a silver painted finish; the backside is numbered, “G4;” pin intact. The original silver finish is lightly deteriorated, and or, toned to a gray color. Interesting. Good to about Vg. $24.00 For the set
4-Piece Lot of W.H.W. Nordic Teutonic Weapons Tinnies, with “Jewels,” Complete with Pins on the Backside
1GT-19. Part of a series of Nordic Teutonic weapons, some having inset, “jewels,” which are actually various colored plastic, sometimes glass, inserts; sold at Party days, festivals and similar gatherings to help finance Social Welfare Programs. This selection has four different weapons or shield tinnies, clockwise starting from the top: 1). A large Teutonic dagger in its scabbard with a sparkly jewel; the dagger is constructed from inexpensive Zink-like material; the silver finish is completely deteriorated on the front; remnants of the silver finish remains on the backside, which is numbered, “0.40;” pin intact. 2). Teutonic axe with sparkly jewel is won to a pewter-like finish; backside is numbered, “0.1;” pin intact. 3). “Troja-Bronze,” plastic shield depicting a Trojan bronze shield with remnants of simulated green aging; the backside is stamped with description; pin intact. 4). Teutonic axe with jewel is won to a pewter-like finish; backside is numbered, “0;” (looks like the other number ran off the edge of the metal). Pin intact. The original silver finish is lightly deteriorated, and or, toned to a gray color. Interesting. Good to about Vg. $24.00 For the set
7-Piece Lot of W.H.W. Nordic Teutonic Weapons Tinnies, Each is Missing its “Jewel,” However, they all are Complete with Pins on the Backside
1GT-20. One dagger; three axes and three shields, which are part of a series of Nordic Teutonic weapons, which were sold at Party days, festivals and similar gatherings to help finance Social Welfare Programs. Each piece offered here is missing its, “jewel,” however, they all have a marking on the backside and are complete with its original attaching pin. Interesting representative examples. The original silver finish is moderately deteriorated, and or, toned to a gray color. Conditions range from Good to about Vg. $21.00 For the set
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