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eMedals-Germany, Heer. A Lot of Awards and Documents to Eduard Druszcz

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Germany, Heer. A Lot of Awards and Documents to Eduard Druszcz

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Germany, Heer. A Lot of Awards and Documents to Eduard Druszcz

(Heer Abzeichen und Papiere). A lot of awards and documents to Eduard Druszcz, including:

An Infantry Assault Badge, Silver Grade, constructed of silvered zink, the obverse consisting of an oval oak leaf wreath, joined together at the bottom by ribbon, topped by a Heer-style German national eagle clutching a mobile swastika, diagonally across the badge is a Karabiner 98k with the bayonet attached to the front of the barrel and the carrying sling hanging from the rifle, the reverse with a raised crimped barrel hinge and vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, unmarked, measuring 47.02 mm (w) x 62.40 mm (h), weighing 22.5 grams, in better than very fine condition;

Accompanied by its award document, constructed of paper with black ink, dated 18 September 1944, measuring 147 mm (w) x 205 mm (h), age-appropriate material fatigue evident, in better than very fine condition;

A Wound Badge, Black Grade, constructed of blackened bronze, the obverse consisting of an oval laurel wreath, joined together at the bottom by ribbon, with a central Stahlhelm overlaid by a mobile swastika, on top of crossed swords on a pebbled field, the reverse with a vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, unmarked, measuring 36.98 mm (w) x 44.25 mm (w), weighing 13.1 grams, in very fine condition;

Accompanied by its award document, constructed of paper with black ink, dated 18 August 1944 for wounds suffered on 8 August 1944, measuring 143 mm (w) x 202 mm (h), in near extremely fine condition;

A Wound Badge, Silver Grade, constructed of silvered feinzink, the obverse consisting of an oval laurel wreath, joined together at the bottom by ribbon, with a central Stahlhelm overlaid by a mobile swastika, on top of crossed swords on a pebbled field, the reverse with a vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, maker marked with Präsidialkanzlei code “65” for Klein & Quenzer, Idar-Oberstein, measuring 37.07 mm (w) x 44.34 mm (h), weighing 30.1 grams, in better than very fine condition;

Accompanied by its award document, constructed of paper with black ink, dated 12 December 1944 for wounds suffered on 4 October 1944, measuring 140 mm (w) x 200 mm (h), in extremely fine condition;

A Soldbuch, constructed of a light brown card stock binding with 24 interior pages, featuring a black-and-white photograph of Druszcz, measuring 104 mm (w) x 145 mm (h), the swastika on the cover has been scratched out and age-appropriate material fatigue is evident, in overall better than very fine condition;

A prayer card, constructed of paper with black and red ink, stamped “WARSCHAU OSTERKOMMUNION 1944”, measuring 70 mm (w) x 108 mm (h), in extremely fine condition,

A convalescence card, constructed of paper stock with black ink, measuring 74 mm (w) x 102 mm (h), in extremely fine condition.

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