RARE ORIGINAL SET OF OFFICIAL PATCHES FOR THE GERMAN PARTICIPANTS OF THE

1936 XI. OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES IN BERLIN

VERY RARE TO FIND A MATCHING SET! FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

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RARE ORIGINAL SET OF OFFICIAL PATCHES FOR THE GERMAN PARTICIPANTS OF THE

1936 XI. OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES IN BERLIN

VERY RARE TO FIND A MATCHING SET! FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

The ‘Deutscher Reichsbund für Leibesübungen’ (DRL), the Nazi sports organization used a national eagle with down-swept wings and a mobile swastika superimposed on its breast.  These today very hard to find pieces of insignia were used during the 1936 XI. Olympic Games by the German Olympic participants. The large one is 4 x 4-1/2 inch, the small one has one moth nip in front and is 3x3 inch. Both look like they have been removed from a photo album. Each of the two patches is hard to find but good luck finding both matching ones!

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1936 XI. OLYMPIC SUMMER GAMES IN BERLIN

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