Original German WWII Stick Pin Insignia Lot - 9 Items
Original Items: Only One Lot of 9 Available. The German armed forces and political organizations during WWII awarded a wide array of stick pins to their members. In some cases, primarily for the military organizations, the stick pins were a small representation of a larger award. For example, a pilot's badge would be issued in a box with a stick pin. The large badge was used with a regular military uniform. The stick pin was generally used with civilian clothes at social functions, rallies and public events.
The Stick Pins Featured In This Lot:
- SA Membership Stick Pin: 2 1/16” in length with much of the original enameling present.
- SA Membership “Cut out” Stick Pin: 2 ⅛” and RZM marked on the back with 1/72 for Fritz Zimmermann Stuttgart.
- DAF Stick Pin: 2 ½” and RZM marked on the back with a 13.
- NSV Membership Stick Pin: 2 ⅜” and RZM marked on the back with 76 for Herbeck and Meyer.
- WWII German Veteran Association for WWI Veteran Stick Pin: 2 ⅛” and marked on the back with GES. GESCH.
- National War Victims Care Association "NSKOV" Enamel Stick Pin: 2 ⅜” and marked on the back with GES. GESCH.
- Reichsluftschutzbund ( RLB ) 2nd Pattern Stick Pin: 2 ¼” and marked on the back with DR FRANKE & CO LUDENSCHEID / GES. GESCH.
- German Stenographer Stick Pin: 2 ¼” and marked on the back with GES. GESCH.
- Luxembourg Centennial 1839-1939 Stick Pin: 2 ½” and marked on the back with A. NIMAX / LUX.
All stick pins come ready to display!
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