One more. Stewy
Here's an interesting one featured in Phil's PKA book. Stewy
That's a very nice example Stewy - both in design and for the signature it bears.
Here is a fairly large set to a Panzergrenadier in Pz.Gren.Rgt 2 of 2 Panzer Division. It starts in 1938 with the award of the Reischssportsabzeichen and ends in August 1944 when he was wounded in Normandy.
PAB Bronze - dated for June 1941 and signed by Rudolf Veiel (RK).
EK II - dated for Jul 1942 while the division was fighting around Rzhev and Byeloye and signed by Hans-Karl Freiherr von Esebeck (RK & DKiG).
Black Wound Badge - dated in May 1942 for injuries received on 19th February 1942.
Eastern Front Medal - dated for July 1942 for the 1941/42 winter battles. Signed by an unknown Battalion Commander.
Drivers Badge in Bronze - dated for June 1943 and signed by Wilhelm Buck (RK & KIA 24th Sept 1943).
Drivers Badge in Silver - dated for October 1943 and signed by an unknown RegimentsFührer.
Close Combat Clasp in Bronze - dated for January 1944 and signed by Karl Brassert (RK & DKiG).
Silver Wound Badge - dated in September 1944 for injuries received on 8th August 1944.
Guys, thanks for sharing more of your excellent examples. I'm sure Im not the only one drooling over them.....haha
Stewy, I really like the Deutschland PAB doc. Deserved to be published!