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A Rare German/Croatian Air Legion Wings. Some age and tarnishing with a pin back fixing. Well struck heavy piece. The white coating, second row from the top left square is missing.
The wings measure 3" wide by 1 1/2" tall.
On 27 June 1941, the Croatian Legion (Croatian: Hrvatska Legija) was formed to fight alongside Germany during its invasion of the Soviet Union, The air component of the Legion was formed and known as the Croatian Air Force Legion (Croatian: Hrvatska Zrakoplovna Legija, HZL) it consisted of a bomber group and a fighter group. The HZL formed part of the German Luftwaffe; its members swore an oath of loyalty to Adolf Hitler, were subject to German disciplinary regulations and wore Luftwaffe uniforms.
Wehrmacht Heer (Army) NCO’s breast eagle; constructed of fine silver aluminum wires in near mint un-issued condition.
Measures 4 3/4" x 2"
An embroidered Kriegsmarine EM/NCO’s Breast Eagle
in near mint condition.
Measures 4 1/8" x 1 3/4"
Sold as a lot of three badges:-
2 Flying Technical Trade Sleeve badges in cloth in near mint condition.
Also 1 Technical Staff Sleeve badge in cloth, used and some mothing on the edges please see images.
Here is an original 1st Class Iron Cross, maker marked 4 on the pin Steinhauser & Luck of Ludensched. Comes with WW1 Prussian veterans ribbon. The Cross is in good condition with original pin.
A Spannish Wound Badge in an LDO Box, some service wear and age to the badge and box.
A good period 1st Class Iron Cross in a private purchase box, some service wear to the cross and box, not maker marked, please see images.
This Veteran's Association Sleeve Shield is a BeVo weave on a white silk background. A little grubby, colours remain bright.
A Kreigsmarine Dog Tag for 1944. The condition is as shown in the images and looks like it has been on a fire of some sort.
Measures 2" x 1 1/4"
Here is a Nazi badge to promote good relationships between German and Americans in good condition some wear on the top edge on the "Ring Fur Deutsch"
Measures 1 1/16"
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