good detail. I think a well preserved period original piece.
LIFE'S LOSERS NEVER LEARN FROM THE ERROR OF THEIR WAYS.
Thank you Bob, I was also curious about the thinness of the leg holding the swaz. Could this just be the design of this manufacturer?
Hi, I have seen many of these broken off at that spot. I must agree, looks very nice. Be careful though, the pins, and as I said, swastika, seem to be subject to damage. For some reason the luftwaffe eagles are just more "delicate" Nice bird!!
Thanks for the reply's! Even a blind squirrel gets a nut.....
A good way to display is in a box with the very soft foam insert. You don't have to bend the pins. They make them deep enough to accommodate an insignia like the LW Adler. I used a box display for a Krim shield and other awards. The Krim shield pins are straight out - not bent. I can take it out and examine the backing and obverse. It is easy to put the pins in the foam insert without bending or breaking. Photo shows the grouping. NH
that's a very nice bird.
Yes and undoubtedly original!