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A Luftwaffe Honour Goblet & Document to Unteroffizier Rudolf Schweter by Johann Wagner & Sohn

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A Luftwaffe Honour Goblet & Document to Unteroffizier Rudolf Schweter by Johann Wagner & Sohn

A very fine example of a Luftwaffe Honour Goblet (Ehrenpokal der Luftwaffe). In Alpaca, with maker markings of Johann Wagner &Sohn, engraved “Unteroffizier Rudolf Schweter 19.11.42”; the obverse depicts two eagles in combat while the reverse bears an Iron Cross in high relief; pleasing patina from age without dents; measuring 20.7 cm tall; extremely fine condition. Accompanied by Award Document dated November 19th 1942. Footnote: The Ehrenpokal der Luftwaffe was established bei Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring (Reich Minister of Aviation and Commander-in-Chief of the Luftwaffe) on February 27, 1940, and was awarded to flying personnel of the Luftwaffe “Für Besondere Leistung im Luftkrieg” (For Special Achievement in the Air War). The names of recipients were published in the periodical Ehrenliste der Deutschen Luftwaffe (Honour List of the German Air Force). The award was given to aircrew who had already been awarded the Iron Cross First Class but whose performance was not considered to merit the German Cross or Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross. According to renowned historian John Angolia, German archives indicate that approximately 58,000 were given “on paper” but less than 25% were actually awarded according to records (Angolia, John (1987). For Führer and Fatherland: Military Awards of the Third Reich, p. 320-322).
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