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    my pin Deutches Jugend im gold (rzm y m/120)

    Hello.
    This is my gold pin version. Has your certificate of Philipp Militaria and in my opinion is genuine. We'll put the basic pin.







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      pin member of the HJ. Llva the square where the swastika brown. I read that when you had that brown was for members of 16 years down. Hope you like. Manufacturer M1/157-Philipp Turka.




      with the pin im gold.

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        M1/102

        Originally posted by R. Schmitt View Post
        Hello everyone - could everyone, if owning, or knowing the makers, please post their HJ Pin(s) here? Here's my M1/23, I'll keep this list here updated throughout all posts in this thread, here's what we got so far...

        - RZM 39
        - RZM 34
        - M1/6 (2x)
        - M1/8 (3x)
        - M1/13 (2x)
        - M1/14 (3x)
        - M1/15
        - M1/23
        - M1/25
        - M1/27
        - M1/31
        - M1/42
        - M1/52
        - M1/65
        - M1/72 (3x)
        - M1/75
        - M1/77
        - M1/78
        - M1/92
        - M1/93 (2x)
        - M1/100
        - M1/101 (4x)
        - M1/103 (2x)
        - M1/115
        - M1/120 (2x)
        - M1/138
        - M1/139 (3x)
        - M1/143 (4x)
        - M1/146 (4X)
        - M1/149 (2x)
        - M1/159
        - M1/164
        - M1/170


        (last updated on April 9, 2009)
        ..... waiting for more to be posted....


        Is a m1/102 a maker of HJ membership pins?

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          RZM 36, can anybody tell me who the Maker was. I learned that the Numbers without M-Prefix were used only for a very short Period in 1935.
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          Nico



          Interested in everything related to the Allied Forces in Berlin 1945 - 1994
          Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment)

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            HJ badge M1/31

            Hi,

            my cap badge M1/31. Does anyone know the year and firm of manufacturing?

            Thanks and regards.
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              My HJ

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                Hello,

                the cap diamond was made by M1/31 Karl Pfahl, Pforzheim. M1/36 by Berg & Nolte AG, Lüdenscheid. You find all M makers under www.interlog.com RZM Code List.

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                  the posts in this last page are absolutely hilarious!!!! the stupidity astounding, has really made my morning! so for that i thank you waf members!
                  Take it Easy

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                    Originally posted by uscob View Post
                    I learned that the Numbers without M-Prefix were used only for a very short Period in 1935.
                    Hi, where did you learn this? because it is nonsense.

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                      Originally posted by Josef Fueß View Post
                      it is nonsense.
                      so is every badge in post #133, bit obvious tho

                      coupled with

                      post #136 BM marked hj honour badge and with free toilet paper ! the buyer seems sold with his opinion. aah well what can you do!

                      Take it Easy

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                        see here for a more comprehensive thread, but of course nobody will, and continue on in this charade here!

                        http://www.hj-research.com/forum/f23...re-there-7011/

                        Take it Easy

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                          Originally posted by Ewan S View Post
                          ... this charade here!
                          In total agreement. There really is some pitiful tripe being posted here. Someone needs to prune the fluff and give this apparently meaningful thread a point. The moderator doesn't seem to care that people are putting ridiculous fakes in here.

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                            Here my M1/34 "Karl Wurster, Markneukirchen" HJ Pin

                            with the rest of the young man.



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                              Last edited by PeteJ; 03-11-2014, 05:26 PM.

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                                Tinnies

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