A4 sized certificate for participants of the victorious street battle from 1922 in Coburg. Established on the 10th anniversary of the event. Certificate can be customized with name selected by you for free! The seal on top is printed on both sides of the certificate to emulate embossed seals of the originals.
On 14 October 1922 Adolf Hitler led 650 SA stormtroopers and a band by train to Coburg for a weekend rally. Once there, numerous pitched street battles with leftists and communists occurred. In the end, the final victory belonged to the Nazis. Later, the day was known as the Deutscher Tag in Coburg (German Day in Coburg).
Recipients were automatically eligible for the SS-Honor-Ring later on.
For historically accurate packaging, check Labels for Correspondence from Adolf Hitler.