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eMedals-Prussia. A First War Prussian Pilot’s Badge by an Unknown Maker, c.1916

Item: G34453

Prussia. A First War Prussian Pilot’s Badge by an Unknown Maker, c.1916

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Prussia. A First War Prussian Pilot’s Badge by an Unknown Maker, c.1916

An example of a mint c. 1916-17 issue Prussian Pilot’s (Flugzeugführer) badge; in stamped silvered tombac; with very fine details; the obverse with a standard pilot’s badge motive within a wreath, with laurel leaves towards the left side of the wreath, and oak leaves towards the right side of the wreath, separated by a bow on the bottom of the wreath, ordained by the Prussian crown at the top; vertical needle pinback with a barrel hinge and a round wire catch; manufactured by an unknown maker as outlined by Carsten Baldes, measuring 45.60 mm (w) x 71.02 mm (h); weighing 16.0 grams; in mint condition.
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