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    Default German tinnies

    I'm not to experienced with them so any help would be great , if there fakes or real ?
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    Not really my field either, but at first glance these look okay (not sure about bottom right, never seen that one before). They produced tons of these for various events and party functions. Bottom left is an example from the Winterhilfswerk, I believe. Much like today, you make a donation, you get some kinda crap for it. The mini-book is interesting.

    From observation, it seems like most tinnies go for $10-20 depending on condition and type. There are rare ones that can go far beyond that, but by and large most will fall into that range.
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    Ok thank you and Yeah the bottom right is odd
    The propaganda booklet is in decent shape too bad I can't read German lol

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    So many of those were made for everything under the sun, I've never seen any I thought were faked. Not much value compared to other German collectables so why bother.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnertwo View Post
    So many of those were made for everything under the sun, I've never seen any I thought were faked. Not much value compared to other German collectables so why bother.

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    It's still interesting and a part of history , frankly I don't really look for an investment in any of the items I have or buy but rather get them to enjoy them as historical items but each to there own I guess

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    I think he meant “why bother faking them”......
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