A very crude reproduction of a badge pretending to be a war time Destroyer badge from the Kriegsmarine. Cast from what appears to be lead (or another similarly flexible metal) the badge can be “bent”. A note of caution – Bending badges is not a way to determine originality!!!!
German badge for somwthing Aviation related? Is that a Ju52 – tantie Ju in the middle? J.Pressler Pforzheim is the manufacturer.
Silver IAB manufactured by MK1 and marked M.K.1.
Unfortunately the reverse shows the age of the badge.
Combined pilot observer badge in aluminium produced by the manufacturer Assman during WW2.
German world war two war merit cross second class without swords (awarded to civilians abd occupations not in the face of the enemy). No maker / manufacturer marks.
One of the few original Greman world war two General Assault badges with a screwback device to be known as a genuine example. Very rarely encountered although fakes and reproductions abound. The number of photos is sufficient to determine through comparison a genuine version but some angles have not been shown to ensure that further reproductions cannot be produced from these images alone.
For German mothers six or seven child!
A reproduction of the Silver CCC from FLL. Note the detailed images and compare extensively with the example you may have in hand.
St Helena medal for Napoleon Army. Number one France medal.
Front – NAPOLEON I EMPEREUR
Back – in the circle: CAMPAGNES DE 1792 A 1815 in the middle: “A SES COMPAGNONS DE GLOIRE SA DERNIÈRE PENSÉE STE HÉLÈNE 5 MAI 1821”
Unmarked silver IAB with the distinctive / unique attachment system on the reverse where both hinge and catch are embedded into “pillows”