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  1. #21

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    Hello,

    Here are the photos :
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  2. #22

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    thanks Lauri, did you buy the piece? very scarce for sure!

    imo nobody knew what it was

  3. #23
    Thanks Lauri. We've had a couple of threads discussing this emblem in the past as I remember and on one of them Wim showed a page from a Steinhauer and Lück catalogue with the emblem on a buckle so with Jo's that's now two period sources, both showing a different use :)

    https://www.HJ-research.com/forum/f40...html#post42515

  4. #24

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    Hello Ewan, yes it's me;)
    Thanks Garry I did not see this link. A photo of the belt buckle :
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  5. #25

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    I don't know if this one interests you, but this set was sold last year for $ 750.

    losange1.jpglosange2.jpg

  6. #26

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    nice catch! its a scarce one for sure!

  7. #27

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    Hello Eric,

    The description was not exact :/

    "This set comprises the appropriate silver political style eagle and the NPEA HJ diamond for that organization. Both pieces have the pins fully intact. The finish is untouched and uncleaned. The eagle is RZM proofed. An extremely rare set of insignia."

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    nor is it a cap badge as shown by the period source via Jo

  9. #29
    Quote Originally Posted by ss-collector View Post
    nor is it a cap badge as shown by the period source via Jo
    The source i added a few posts back, around 1933 or so, refers to it as a HJ-Brooch, a non-official brooch for boys and gilrs, allowed to be worn by anyone, not a cap badge. And of course it is also found on belt buckles as well, as we know from photos and period catalogs. More likely than not a pre 1933 item that died out after the NS took control and the HJ was re-shaped ..(zäh wie Leder, hart wie Kruppstahl & all that...)

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