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eMedals-Germany, Luftwaffe. An Observer’s Badge, by Assmann

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Germany, Luftwaffe. An Observer’s Badge, by Assmann

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Germany, Luftwaffe. An Observer’s Badge, by Assmann

(Beobachterabzeichen). Constructed in zinc, in shape of an oval oak and laurel wreath, tied together at the base using three ribbons, with an eagle clutching a mobile swastika superimposed on the badge; the reverse plain, with two rivets for attachment of the eagle to the wreath; with a vertical pinback, a barrel hinge and a round wire catch; marked stylized "A" (for maker Assmann), measuring 52.15 mm (w) x 52.40 mm (h); weighing 25.2 grams; a late War period badge, silvering completely gone, in fine condition.
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