Wiedmann Design - Infanterie~Sturmabzeichen
A new addition for me; it does not look like much but it's one I have wanted for sometime and when it became available, I grabbed it.
This one is a Wiedmann Design, unmarked example with the familiar Lily Pad hinge hardware.
The obverse design is what I refer to as the Type 4 obverse and matches the unmarked Wide Pin variants that usually have a Ground Dug appearance.
What is the appeal of this one? A Wiedmann ISA with Lily Pad set up...pretty common, relatively speaking.
Whats not common about this one?
It's the only unmarked example with the Lily Pad hardware I have ever seen.
Hope you like it.
Best Regards, fischer
06-22-2015 02:23 AM
A very nice addition fischer!
I don't believe I have seen one of these before either.
Congrats on adding this one to your collection!
It's always nice finding and being able to add something that you have been after for a while.
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Nice to see, and good that you could add it to your collection Fischer.
Great pickup fischer..this is a first for me as well.
looking at the obverse die do you think this was the first solid zinc produced after the hollow badges using the same die?
All the best
Cheers Guys and thanks for the nice comments...
Best regards, fischer
Another fine ISA mate, how many more badges are left for you to find? Stewy