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    1936 Olympic Pin Unique pin highlighting the historic Olympic Games in Berlin Germany. The 1936 games became Jesse Owens' as he achieved international fame by winning four gold medals : one each in the 100 meters , the 200 meters , the long jump , and as part of the 4x100 meter relay team. He was the most successful athlete at the 1936 Summer Olympics. The 1.65" x 1.65" pin is in NMT condition, and has the German phrase "I Call The Youth Of The World" printed around it's perimeter. Olympic rings and a swastika also appear on the front.



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    September, 2013
    29th Sunday
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