This WII underground production from the Kielce region. Stamped steel and/or zinc alloy. This is believed to be both the AK and NSZ hat eagle.
Many thanks - greatly appreciated.
I had some suspicion / circumstantial clues that this particular variant is associated with - the home army.
I need to do some research when in Krakow - I would think they may have some interesting Home Army / AK Eagles at the AK Museum that was opened a few years ago. On Museum's web-page a number of quality items are displayed - unfortunately, not eagles.
Two recent acquisitions. Both standard I think. What is the name of the maker of the one on the left? The cast version has a type of spinner I'e not seen before.
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Thanks Tony - most helpful as ever
Today - a bit different subject - but, very relevantly connected to the subject of the Eagles.
I recommend the following very interesting links!
#BoBPoles project commemorates Battle of Britain's 75th anniversary
Polish Air Force Veterans
I have been made aware that the 2 very interesting and rare Eagles have been recently actioned in Poland.
Interestingly, for some time now - I have been trying to search for info / research the variant that is assumed to be associated with the Polish Guards / Labour Units organised by USA Army in Germany (The Eagle with broken fastening).
I have seen a number of pictures associated with Polish Guards + there is also a very good book published in London + there was a conference organised by IPN few years ago + there is a very good album at sikorski.
Unfortunately, I have not been successful in finding source info re this particular variant. Perhaps any of You?
Eagle is rare - no doubts.
Second is the classic too!
source of pics- allegro