Here we have a Deutsches Jungvolk Koppelschloß by RZM M4/49 (Steinhauer & Lück of Lüdenscheid) that was introduced in 1933. It is constructed out of a single piece of die struck steel that has been copper flash coated, nickel-silver plated and bronze washed. The rectangular shaped obverse features a centrally placed bronze Sigrune (The Deutsche Jungvolk emblem) which lies on a smooth silvered backing. The reverse has a soldered on brass based catch and plated steel pin/post sleeve and prong assembly. It is clearly maker marked: “KH RZM M4/49” along with the Steinhauer & Lück logo. It shows typical surface scratches throughout. The plating remains 98%+ intact. It measures approximately 2 ½ inches wide by 1 7/8 inches tall. A nice and desired piece!
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