Hi Kosa, Thanks for your comments. Good learning
These following items were sold by DNW on the 25th & 26th June 2014
KW with 2 Bars MCC Nr 2086 and British Military Medal awarded to Plutowney later Sierzant Michal Antoniszewski in 1942.
Hammer Price £3,800.00p = 6,898 Canadian Dollars = 6,467 US Dollars = 19,709 Polish Zloty
VM KW x 3 ML x 4 DFM to Flight Sergeant 782592 Emil Szczerba 1586 Polish Special Duties Flight and later 301 Sqdn.
Hammer Price £3,600.00p = 6,535 Canadian Dollars = 6,127 US Dollars = 18,671 Polish Zloty
Corporal Jerzy F Pianowski ex 2nd Polish Corps after the war served with Royal Signals in Korea
Hammer Price £750.00p = 1,361 Canadian Dollars = 1,276 US Dollars = 3,890 Polish Zloty
Keep saving those coins
p.s. click photographs to enlarge in a new window
The eagle appears genuine with a period pin-back conversion.
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I was reading elsewhere on the forum about Women in the Polish Waaf. Is this badge one of theirs?
A pair of para collar patches - modern fake.
Can someone tell me how you can see if a patch are cloth items are Original or repro?
I want to start collect some polish militaria, because my hometown was liberated by the polish army.
Does someone have also some good refferance sites and sites to by polish militaria?
Buy the book before you buy any badge, medal, helmet, uniform.
Polskie Sily Zbrojne Na Zachodzie 1939-147
by Benedykt Wojciechowski & Zdzislaw Sawicki
published 2009 Warsaw
Is a really good reference. While it is in Polish the photos of obverse and revers gives you a good reference along with organizing the subject matter by military units.
Guido Rosignolli has written a number of early references to Polish Exile force insignia which is a good start.
BUYER BEWARE.........lots of reproduction Polish militaria fro sale on EBay and at ilitaria shows.
best wishes on your search