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eMedals-A Framed Certificate of Service in Heavy Flak Battery in Norway

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A Framed Certificate of Service in Heavy Flak Battery in Norway

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A Framed Certificate of Service in Heavy Flak Battery in Norway

A framed certificate, measuring 313x413mm, extremely fine condition. The certificate has one minor scrape, the frame has several small spots where the paint has come off. The certificate was issued to Funker (Radio Operator) Heinz Wesselkamp, born March 17, 1908 in Aschaffenburg, actively serving in the 1st Company of Heavy Flak Core Battery 29, Höchst (Frankfurt/Main) between January 3 and March 31, 1936. The document carries a facsimile of then Colonel General Göring, as well as a signature in black ink by a Major and Battery Chief, the name is indecipherable. The frame was made in Oslo, Norway.
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