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  • A Yugoslav Officer’s Pioneers/Sappers Visor Insignia; "British" Cap Version
  • A Yugoslav Officer’s Pioneers/Sappers Visor Insignia; "British" Cap Version
  • A Yugoslav Officer’s Pioneers/Sappers Visor Insignia; "British" Cap Version

Item: EU14073

A Yugoslav Officer’s Pioneers/Sappers Visor Insignia; "British" Cap Version

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A Yugoslav Officer’s Pioneers/Sappers Visor Insignia; "British" Cap Version

Silver and gold-coloured bullion wire, in various textures, cypher of Peter II on the two-headed eagle's chest, the eagles surmounted by a crown and surrounded by an open-ended wreath composed of laurel leaves on the left and oak leaves on the right, touches of gray embroidery representing the mouths on the eagles, along with red embroidery in the crown and in the eyes on the eagles, on a violet wool base, padded, black cotton backer, 55.5 mm x 57.8 mm, black cotton backer separating from the body of the badge and exposing the padded interior, better than very fine.

Footnote: This cap badge was worn between 1939-1941 and also worn by partisans during the German occupation of the Chetniks between 1941 and 1945.

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