German WW2 Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet badge (HSF) by the manufacurer Rudolf Souval of Wien / Vienna denoted by the R.S. marking in relief on the reverse. Depicting a naval battleship steaming out of an oakleaf wreath with the Kriegsmarine Eagle crowning the design is certainly “striking” as the ship bears down face on.
This particular badge has suffered tarninshing / loss of gilding (the gold wash) around 40% of the wreath but overall retains a pleasing patina.
Note: Some RS or Rudolf Souval badges were produced post 1945 and as always many copies abound. It is highly recomended to do an exhaustive comparison of fine details with known originals.
Zerstoyer of Destroyer badge from the Kriegsmarine from unknown manufacturer and with the “elegant” horizontal coke bottle style pin and locating lug reverse.
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.
A reproduction of the Silver CCC from FLL. Note the detailed images and compare extensively with the example you may have in hand.