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COA From Mr. Thomas M. Durante:
A nice example of a wartime Close Combat Clasp by the well known C.E. Juncker firm. This is a textbook 1.13.1 variant as shown in the Close Combat Clasp book, with typical mis-spelled maker mark "C.F. Juncker". The barrel hinge and flat-wire catch are correctly recessed into the reverse and neatly soldered in the normal fashion. The clasp has the original blackened backplate, and is characteristically non-magnetic, a unique feature only to be found with Juncker Close Combat Clasps. A nicely example with good amount of original bronze finish remaining. The described and pictured piece is an original example of this award. Size, weight and dimensions are correct to known examples. This documents a lifetime guarantee on the above details and is accurate based on the information available to date.
Good mid-late war badge from Hermann Aurich. Good quality die casting except for some speckling where barrel meets wreath. Slight wear. Some gilt remaining, especially on eagle and right side of wreath. All components in good shape.
Nice Flak Badge manufactured by F.W. Assmann & Sohne with double marking. Missing hinge & pin but displays very well.
Very good Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge. Quite a bit of the original finish and paint remain. The detail is somewhat worn but still extremely nice. Hinge and clip are still in good working order.
Nice piece. Most of the finish is gone with time but looks great. Left leaves very slightly bent.
Maker JMME & SOHN Berlin.
Though missing it's hinge and pin, a nice hard to find FCL badge.
A good late war zinc badge. The badge has the unique hinge and catch common to Gebruder Wegerhoff of Ludenscheid. All parts are in good working order.
Maker Schwerin Berlin
Minimum quantity for "Kriegsmarine Auxiliery Cruiser Badge" is 1.
Maker Unmarked Prob. F.
Maker Otto Placzek.
Minimum quantity for "Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet Badge" is 1.
Minimum quantity for "Kriegsmarine Minesweeper Badge" is 1.
Maker JMME & SOHN, Be.
COA From Mr. Thomas M. Durante:
Luftwaffe Observer Badge by the Assmann & Söhne, Lüdenscheid. A textbook mid-tolate wartime example by this maker with an eagle and wreath made from zinc. The reverse hardware setup is typical of Assmann's later-war, zinc-based production with flattened, "pancake" rivets, small barrel hinge and flat wire catch sitting on a round base plate. The reverse of the eagle harbor's Assmann's characteristic "flat-footed" maker mark. The eagle still retains much of its darkened finish, but appears chalky, typical of later-war "economy" finishes by this maker. The wreath's silver finish has largely dissipated despite the protective lacquer, only remaining on the non-zinc parts of the reverse such as the hinge, pin and catch. A relatively rare badge to find compared with early, nickel-silver Assmann Observers. The described and pictured piece is an original example of this award. Size, weight and dimensions are correct to known examples. This documents a lifetime guarantee on the above details and is accurate based on the information available to date.
Classic Panzer Assault Badge from Hermann Wernstein. Typical hinge and catch from this maker. Badge looks like it has spent some time in the ground or moisture as some of the badge material has deteriorated but it still shows superbly.
Outstanding die struck Panzer Assault Badge from A.D. Schwerdt. Great detail. Slight wear. Most of the silver plating has worn off over the years but everything in solid shape. Hinge is really nice.
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