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PRE WWII Nazi German Nun Erst Recht Golden Pin
Item #: VF4925
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This example is a golden NUN ERST RECHT (NOW FIRST RIGHT) members pin measuring roughly 30 1/2 mm in diameter, die struck, alloy construction badge features three color enamel work and a bright fire gilted finish. The badge features a slightly recessed, fire gilted, embossed, outer oak-leaf wreath encompassing a fine white enameled inner border stripe which encircles a semi-translucent red, circular inner border with inset block Latin script, "NUN ERST RECHT", encompassing a white enameled central field with a canted, black enameled swastika. The fire gilted finish to the outside oak-leaf wreath is retained about 95% with minor age dulling. The hollow reverse of the badge is not marked with Pin complete. Shows the expected age, period use and wear. A scarce Abzeichen der Burdezeit (Badge of the Burden Times), first made and worn when the NSDAP was banned in November 1923 after the failed Putsch as a way to display support to the party without breaking the law because the badge did not display the party name. The swastika, not yet recognised as an official Nazi symbol, was allowed on the badge. The Weimar government issued another decree in late January 1924 that banned these badges. The ban was lifted in February of 1926. This motto badge was made as late as the early 1930's.
Price: $550.00 USD (Sale Pending)