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    #91
    Nice originals Doug. The plaque with holes was most likely attached to a wood base.

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      #92
      If different grades doesn't it make sense catalog would mention availability?
      Regards,

      Brian
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      Stumpf, Werner (15 March 1917 – 13 October 1942)
      Frank, Rudolf

      Looking for photos, documents.

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        #93
        Originally posted by DougO View Post
        Here are two more for reference. Any ideas on why the silver example has drilled holes? Anyone ever seen one like this before?
        Doug
        The pictired non portable with holes was intended for Hoffstadter made wood frames to display the badge. I have attached a photo of one.

        The badge made for the pokle was hollow stamped and curved to fit the pole

        Bob Hritz
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        Duct tape can't fix stupid, but it can muffle the sound.

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          #94
          Thanks for the pictures you posted Bob. I just picked these two up out of an old collection.
          Doug

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            #95
            Originally posted by DougO View Post
            Any ideas on why the silver example has drilled holes? Anyone ever seen one like this before?
            Doug
            Here is another example.

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              #96
              Bob,
              the badge on the pokle and DE from the 29 rally is stunning.

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                #97
                Nice originals Doug.

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                  #98
                  Hope you enjoy seeing another. Hope you don't mind me re posting this in the Facts & Theories section?

                  Cheers to everyone who helped me with this.
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                  Last edited by Moore-Grant; 05-21-2017, 06:46 AM.

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                    #99
                    Some more views of my late fathers 1929 ReichsParteiTag.
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                      I am happy to post mine up here too as it has been given a clean bill of health.

                      Although I did think it was Gold originally. My fault really, but nothing to compare it to to see it was bronze. I saw too much bright gold in the lettering of the maker mark.

                      Front views of my late fathers ReichsParteiTag.

                      I'm glad I have this piece as it is so rare.

                      Hope you enjoy & thank you.

                      Moore-Grant
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                        [QUOTE=Jon Fish;6951135]Picked this picture and badge belonging to the same guy. Sad it has water damaged, a solid backed type.

                        I think that the guy on the photo is Prinz August Wilhelm von Preußen (so called AuWi).

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                          There was also a solid type in aluminium (not cupal) !

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                            how nice...

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                              Hi.
                              Just a few questions, if this Rally, as it is said here, was the most crowded of all and the most people attended, why is this badge the most expensive and the rarest to get of all the Nürnberg ReichParteiTag badges?
                              and why there were 3 categories, bronze, silver and gold. And furthermore, by what kind of delivery criteria were these different classes?
                              Thank you all.

                              Manuel

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                                It was the largest rally "to date", that is, the 1929 rally attracted the most attendees up to that point. Subsequent RPTs (in 1933 and after) had larger attendance and therefore larger numbers of badges sold.
                                If you mean the non-portable plaques being bronze, silver, and gold, I don't believe anyone has discovered documentation of the purpose of the plaques or grade distinctions.
                                Erich
                                Festina lente!

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