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    1936 Berlin Summer Olympics Badges Lot of 4. The most significant Summer Games of the modern era, the 1936 Berlin Summer Olympics is remembered for its villainous host Adolf Hitler and the triumph of a young American sprinter named Jesse Owens. Deriving from this unforgettable event are four gorgeously rendered badges issued to those participating in and covering the Games. Most interesting are a badge for the International Press, and another worn by a "Kampfrichter," or "Referee." Another bears just the logo of the Games, while the last, "Garmish-Partenkirchen," is a town in Germany. All are approximately 1.75" at their largest dimensions, with original pinback, and present in strong EX or better condition.

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    October, 2005
    29th Saturday
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