WHW Munich 1936 badge. Shows the “Münchener Kindl.” The “Kindl“ is usually shown holding a beer stein, but in this case it‘s a WHW donation can with swastika. Stamped iron badge with brass finish and a little rust on front and back. Condition II-
Hans Schemm commemorative badge, 1935. Hans Schemm was Gauleiter of Gau Bayerische Ostmark in Bayreuth when he was killed in an airplane crash in 1935. Brass finish iron badge with a little rust on the back. Condition II
Pressed paper “tinnie” showing a youth hostel. These were Hitler Jugend related badges, from a set of 8. Made of pressed paper with pin attached to the back. This one shows the Jugendheberge in Marienburg. Condition I
WHW glass token “Mahnmal München.” The WHW street collection drive in September 1942 offered pressed glass representations of famous monuments. This example is the most popular and desirable of the designs; it shows the Mahnmal monument in Munich to commemorate the 9 November 1923 death of the Nazi “martyrs” in the failed Beer Hall Putsch. There is a...