Infanterie Sturmabzeichen S&L
Last badge from a small Brit Vet group I picked up is this nice IAB in silver.
I have popped the Army Para and Flak on prior to this post.
There is still a considerable amount of finish on it.
I do believe this is attributed to S&L
I think it is known as the crimped hinge 'scooped back example.
My apologies for the pictures of the reverse,
I had taken them out of the bath and took some quick shots whilst I still had some daylight.
If I had ever had chance to meet the chap who liberated the little set I would have said ‘Well done that man’
I won’t bother with the couple of Iron Crosses that came with the group…
All the best
03-15-2015 09:43 PM
A very nice example Doug!
Congrats on getting this one!
Yes, they are attributed to ST&L.
I have seen quite a few of these with good finish and do own one as well. I do like the detail in these.
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Nice example and you are correct...this one is attributed to the firm of Steinhauer & Lück, Lüdenscheid.
The general perception is this one is a later war variant due to the crimped in hardware and the simplistic design.
Congrats on your new group...
Best Regards, fischer
Thank you both for your input.
I am pleased with this small group of badges that I am the new carer for.
All the best
very nice, you are doing well.
Very nice attributed S&L ISA silver. Here's my examples silver and bronze. Stewy