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I have four of these, this is for one.28mm wide
Aluminum 2 5/8 by 1 inches, maker marked.
Johanniter cross with two areas of chip enamel, has pin back and a loop for having on neck or medal bar? Marked 925 under loop, hard to find.
The Registered Soldier’s League (Soldatenbund, created in 1936, it was incorporated into the NS-RKB in 1938. A fairly short lived organization.
A stamped alloy, silver-washed eagle, whose spread wings have a span of 95mm, with a wreathed, mobile swastika in its talons, and a Iron Cross to its breast (with black painted center), behind which are crossed swords. A horizontal pin-back device, with a hinge and catch, is to its hollow-backed reverse. "Ges." is embossed to the reverse of one of the eagle's wings, and "Gesch.," to the other, for "Gesetzlich Geschützt" (By-law Protected). Fairly hard eagle to find.
Nice set of boards with two acorns.
Knight’s Cross of the War Merit Cross field made using ribbon from a ribbon bar 25mm wide ribbon with elastic ties.
An approximately 50mm x 35mm cast alloy badge in silver wash. The badge depicts the city of Dresden and the Laboe shore, below the SA insignia. The embossed text reads, "Dresden Laboe 1936 Marine-S.A. Sachsen". Complete with finback which is maker marked, Rare
Eickhorn printing block, looks like copper over steel over wood 5/8'' x 3/4'' x 1'' tall
First pattern, (Circa April 1934-June 1936), two piece, die stamped alloy construction.
Hand embroidered breast eagle in celleon with maker tag to the back.
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