SAMEDALS #39687 Silver SA Sports Badge
It features a Roman-style short sword, pointing upward, and laid over a mobile swastika and enclosed by a fine wreath of oak leaves.
The reverse is marked “REDO, EIGENTUM DOBERZ/SA FUHRUNG, SAAR”. This marking would indicate is the third style that was issued.
A difficult variant to find.
Excellent Plus. $225.00
SAMEDALS #38772C SA Sports Badge
The reverse of the badge is marked “876552” and “Ludenschied”. It is equipped with a wide pin, barrel hinge and hooked wire clasp.
A fine looking example of the type here.
SAMEDALS #38588C SA Sports Badge for War Wounded
Beneath the sword is a rune that designates this badge was intended to those wounded in battle.
The reverse has a barrel hinge, a flat “Coke bottle” pin and a baseless catch. It is marked “RZM M1/100”.
A difficult SA Sports Badge variant to find and this one is in very nice condition.
Near Mint. $495.00
SAMEDALS #38599C SA Sports Badge with Variation Pin and Catch
The reverse of the badge is stamped “63487”. There is a barrel hinge with an flat, straight pin. The catch is more wire-like that we normally see, but definitely original.
Excellent Plus. $150.00
SAMEDALS #37308 Bronze SA Sports Badge
This SA Sports Badge consists of a wreath of overlapping oak leaves. The wreath is pierced in the center, and bears a swastika with a superimposed Roman-style sword. Most of the bronze finish is tact, but there is some rust on the blade of the sword as well as the left side of the wreath. Perhaps someone with some skill could remove this rust and improve the condition of this badge; given the rust it is priced accordingly.
The reverse has the maker mark “Fleckler, Burnsbach”. This is the last style badge that was issued.
SAMEDALS #35782 Bronze SA Sports Badge
This Bronze SA Sports Badge is a round overlapping wreath of oak leaves and in the center has a Roman-like sword superimposed over a mobile swastika. Some of the bronze finish has deteriorated mostly on the area around the left leg of the swastika and also somewhat on the blade of the sword.
The reverse of the medal is marked “Eigentum d. S.A. Sportsabzeiechen”. This wording would indicate that this badge was the second style that was issued between the years 1935 and 1938. A fairly good example here except for the wear to the finish.
This SA Sports Badge is the bronze type that has a steel base. Some of the finish is starting to wear off and has been replaced with some rust. Overall though, with a little cleaning, the badge should still look okay.
This SA Sports Badge features the usual round wreath of oak leaves, which has a superimposed Roman-like sword positioned over the center, on top of a mobile swastika. This badge is the third type that were produced beginning in January 1939. It has a straight pin on the reverse with barrel hinge and brass cup hook.
This SA Bronze Sports Badge shows a little bit of age in the surfaces but most of the original bronze plated finish is there. The medal depicts a round wreath of oak leaves which is pierced in the center. Superimposed across the up and down diameter is a mobile swastika with a Roman style broadsword on top of the swastika.
The reverse of the badge has the raised printing, “Eigentum der Obersten”. This is the third issue type badge. The straight style pin and hinge is there but the upper portion of the original cup hook is missing. Still a good display item here.