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Adolf Hitler Presentation Golden Party Badge with Gauleiter Book

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Condition: Excellent+

Maker: Deschler

Base Material: Tombak

 

Description

Product Description: A beautiful Adolf Hitler Presentation Golden Party Badge with accompanying Gauleiter Book. The Adolf Hitler Presentation Golden Party Badge has a nicely gilded frame retaining nearly 100% of it’s original gilding. A small chip to enamel on badges left side can be seen in the close up photos. The reverse is nicely marked with the presentation style “A.H.” and the date “31.1.43”, for January 31, 1943 indicating the 10th anniversary of Hitler becoming Chancellor. The booklet was given by Gauleiter “Josef Burckel” documenting the rise of the party to that point in history. The Adolf Hitler Presentation Golden Party Badge book has light patina and a few small creases. A rare opportunity to own a Adolf Hitler Presentation Golden Party Badge with the original Gauleiter Booklet. Photo copies of the original owner as well as his NSDAP membership ID will be provided to the new owner.

 

 

 

Historical Description: The NSDAP Membership Badge (Parteiabzeichen) was worn by all members of the Nazi Party, on the lapel of civilian clothes, or in some cases on uniforms. The origins of the badge date back to the early days of the NSDAP, and there is much variation among the earliest examples, though this was soon standardized into the form of an enamel pin featuring a black swastika on a white roundel, surrounded by the inscription “National-Sozialistische D.A.P.,” the official name of the National Socialist German Workers’ Party, within a red enamel border. Beginning in 1934, manufacture of the NSDAP membership pins was controlled by the Reichszeugmeisterei, and the reverses of the badges were marked with the RZM logo and maker codes. At some point after the outbreak of WWII, the manufacture of the fine enamel membership pins ceased, and pins were made of silver finished zinc, with painted rather than enameled decoration. Most NSDAP enamel pins had a soldered pin on the reverse, though they were also available with a flat round fitting that allowed the badge to be worn in a buttonhole. Because so many Germans were members of the NSDAP, millions of these pins were made, though some rare variants and early types are hard to find. Even the most common examples are popular among collectors, because of the historical value as well as the iconic, striking design.

 

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