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eMedals-Germany, Luftstreitkräfte. A Prussian Pilot’s Badge, with Case by C.E. Juncker

Item: G43124

Germany, Luftstreitkräfte. A Prussian Pilot’s Badge, with Case by C.E. Juncker

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Germany, Luftstreitkräfte. A Prussian Pilot’s Badge, with Case by C.E. Juncker

(Flugzeugführerabzeichen mit Etui). Constructed of silver, the obverse consisting of a finely-detailed oval laurel and oak leaf wreathed, joined together at the bottom by a bowtie ribbon, topped by a semi-hollow German State Crown, with a central depiction of an Etrich Taube flying over a rural landscape, the reverse with a barrel hinge and vertical pinback meeting a round wire catch, maker marked “C.E. JUNCKER, BERLIN”, with a crescent moon indicating German manufacture and a silver content number of “800”, measuring 45.72 mm (w) x 71.93 mm (h), weighing 29.9 grams, accompanied by its period original presentation case, constructed of a wooden frame with a faux black leather exterior, the interior with a white satin lid liner bearing a gilt maker’s mark of “C.E. JUNCKER, ALTE JACOBSTR. 13m BERLIN S.W.”, with a slotted red velvet medal bed, opening with a functional metal spring catch with exterior stud release and a functional metal hinge, measuring 60 mm (w) x 85 mm (l) x 24 mm (h), a rare cased example in near extremely fine condition.
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