WWII German stickpin with runes Siegrune in a good condition.
WWII German stickpin with runes SiegrunePlease see scans!
Title- without text.With German runes Siegrune.Marked.
Dimensions –apprx. 20 x 13 mm.
Material - alpaca.
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The runic insignia of the Schutzstaffel (known in German as the SS-Runen) were used from the 1920s to 1945 on Schutzstaffel flags, uniforms and other items.
The sig rune (or Siegrune) symbolised victory (sieg). In its original form as the ᛋ-rune of the Younger Futhark, it represented the sun.
It was adapted into the emblem of the SS in 1933 by Walter Heck, an SS Sturmhauptführer who worked as a graphic designer for Ferdinand Hoffstatter, a producer of emblems and insignia in Bonn.Heck's simple but striking device consisted of two sig runes drawn side by side like lightning bolt.
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