Neat - and just minimally used! - early- (ie. mid-) war period example of an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' being a nicely maker- (ie. 'W. Redo - Saarlautern'-) marked example that is void of an an impressed bearers'-number Neat - and just minimally used! - early- (ie. mid-) war period example of an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' being a nicely maker- (ie. 'W. Redo - Saarlautern'-) marked example that is void of an an impressed bearers'-number Neat - and just minimally used! - early- (ie. mid-) war period example of an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' being a nicely maker- (ie. 'W. Redo - Saarlautern'-) marked example that is void of an an impressed bearers'-number

Neat - and just minimally used! - early- (ie. mid-) war period example of an: 'SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze' being a nicely maker- (ie. 'W. Redo - Saarlautern'-) marked example that is void of an an impressed bearers'-number

The attractive - and I deem early- (ie. mid-) war-period - SA-sports'-badge is as stated nicely maker-marked on its back with the makers'-designation: 'W. Redo' as based in the town of Saarlautern and also bears the usually encountered inscription: 'Eigentum d. Obersten SA-Führung' (as is visible on the back of the sword as more often). The badge - which comes naturally mounted onto its functional- (and unaltered!) pin- (ie. catch-) set-up - only shows some minor wear but was I deem never cleaned nor polished: most of its original- and/or (fairly bright-coloured- and/or golden-bronze-toned-) finish is almost fully present and/or neatly preserved: moreover, does it retain most of its period-applied (and glossy) 'Brennlack' (as can be seen on the pictures). The badge is just a tiny bit stained ie. dirty caused by moderate wear and/or decades of storage. Simply an attractive and I deem early- ie. mid-war-period example that is accordingly priced!

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