A May Day Tinnie 1938 by Otto Wolter of Schwäb-Gmund! These National Labor Day / May Day tinnies commemorate the public holiday devoted to the German working class, on the 1st of May every year. It is constructed out of a die struck zinc base that has been blackened. The round shaped obverse features a man and a woman dancing with a May Pole above a national eagle (with outstretched wings clutching a wreathed swastika in its talons) and “1. Mai 1938”. The full back reverse is maker marked and has a steel, well working crimped on pin assembly. It measures approximately 1 3/8 inches in diameter. Collect all the dates!
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