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  • Colombia, Germany, Israel, South Africa. A Lot of Insingia
  • Colombia, Germany, Israel, South Africa. A Lot of Insingia

Item: W6494

Colombia, Germany, Israel, South Africa. A Lot of Insingia

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Colombia, Germany, Israel, South Africa. A Lot of Insingia

Includes: Colombia, Republic: Navy Submariner Badge (two-piece construction, enamelled insignia affixed to a bronze gilt base, measuring 65 mm (w) x 29.5 mm (h), dual push pins); Germany, Federal Republic: four badges: Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency, II Class (in silvered bronze, voided, F.W. Assman & Sohne, Ludenscheid) on the reverse, measuring 42 mm (w) x 52.7 mm (h), vertical pinback); Armed Forces Badge for Military Proficiency, III Class (in bronze, voided, maker marked "LG&S" (L. Gottlieb & Sohne, Idar-Oberstein) on the reverse, measuring 42.3 mm (w) x 53 mm (h), vertical pinback); Artillery (in die-stamped silvered metal with an enamelled flag, measuring 46.2 mm (w) x 53.5 mm (h), three of four prongs intact); Army Cap Badge (in aluminum, measuring 28.5 mm (w) x 34.8 mm (h), both prongs intact); Israel, State: four Beret badges: Armoured (in bronze, measuring 41.5 mm (w) x 33.3 mm (h), both lugs intact); Artillery (in bronze, measuring 58.3 mm (w) x 39 mm (h), both lugs intact); Infantry (in bronze, measuring 51 mm (w) x 40.5 mm (h), both lugs intact); one other (in bronze, measuring 49 mm (w) x 65.8 mm (h), both lugs intact); and South Africa, Republic: Navy Submariner Badge (two-piece construction, gilt metal insignia, mounted to a silvered metal base, measuring 58.5 mm (w) x 39.5 mm (h), dual push pins). Ranging from better than very fine to extremely fine.
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