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WWII Nazi German Cased Condor Legion Silver Wound Badge
Item #: MCJ69
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Beautiful, WWII Nazi German, cased hollow wound badge by Adam Donner. This exquisite hollow silver wound badge is in excellent condition as well as the issue box. The badge is in the form of a vertical oval with an embossed M18 pattern helmet with a high relief, canted, swastika to the center, superimposed over crossed swords on a pebbled base encompassed by an oval laurel leaf wreath. The solid reverse has the solid type soldered hinge, a wide vertical pin and a soldered catch all intact.
The wound badge was originally established on March 3RD 1918 by King Wilhelm II to recognize the sacrifice of those wounded during WWI. The badge was instituted in three classes with the class bestowed reflecting the number or severity of the wounds received. With the outbreak of WWII, on September 1ST 1939, Hitler re-instituted a slightly modified version of the badge. The badge was awarded to both military and uniformed non-military personnel and later to civilian personnel who received wounds as a result of enemy actions. The silver badge was awarded for three or four wounds, or if the wound was very severe, ie: loss of limb, blindness, etc.
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $900.00 USD