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Polish Hat Eagles

Article about: In my opinion this particular cap eagle was made by G.J. Garratt Toronto. Very unique, hard to find.

  1. #1431

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    Fellows,
    Finally - I have apprehended relatively good quality pictures of this rare Eagle.

    This rare Eagle has been still un-researched.

    It is understood to be made in the USA for one of a few Polish Patriotic / Paramilitary organisations - very active at the beginning of XXc.

    Has anybody got an actual specimen?
    Please post good quality pictures.

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  2. #1432
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    Artur,

    yes, here is the one, in metric and English measurements. If you need better pictures I can try tomorrow.

    Jurek
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  3. #1433

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    Thank You
    Very helpful – same-design!
    It would be good to track down – pictures showing usage / application (like for previous example of USA Eagle, featured earlier)!
    Perhaps one day!


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    Artur,

    yes, here is the one, in metric and English measurements. If you need better pictures I can try tomorrow.

    Jurek

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    Hello,

    I would like to share with you my first PSZ eagle made by Spink&Son. I know it is not rare, but please let me know about the crown damage on the right side. I have seen some eagles with it, I guess that the stamp had worn out. Does anyone know which part of eagles got this damage?

    Regards

    Filip
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    Filip
    Welcome to the Forum.
    Congratulations on this acquisition – it is so called “asymmetric spink” – version that has slight asymmetry that manifests itself in one of the wings being visibly “shifted” (description on previous posts).
    Crown is OK – this “cut” is seen in many of this Eagles.



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    Hello,

    I would like to share with you my first PSZ eagle made by Spink&Son. I know it is not rare, but please let me know about the crown damage on the right side. I have seen some eagles with it, I guess that the stamp had worn out. Does anyone know which part of eagles got this damage?

    Regards

    Filip

  6. #1436

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    something that has always caused me thought. British Amed Forces Gaunt cap badges had either lug or slider fastening, save for officers bronze, ( open for enlightenment ) , yet their large Polish cap badge is found with a screw post , a variation of blade fastening or pin, hinge and hook. All the Lock & Co. rogatywka I have come across have been fitted with the wide blade badge. it begs the question who deemed the variations and reasons.
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    Fellows,
    I am always very intrigued by unusual and not-main stream Eagles.
    This is definitely one of them – the Navy – but without the dark blue paining of the shield.
    I have seen this rare variant (without blue paint) - only couple of times.

    I wonder – how it could have emerged?. Prediction - mistake?
    Any thought?
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    Another Example – again very intriguing.
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    Fellows
    I think – it is a very relevant find – expanding our knowledge.
    The PAVA AUX patch – and the Eagle specifically – are very interesting.
    I am not sure why the Eagle has no crown – as I would have expected that – assuming that the set is post-war, the patriotic feelings would have prevailed and the Eagle would have the crown.
    I need to do more investigation on PAVA AUX symbols.

    Perhaps some of You have some additional materials – suggestions / additions always appreciated.
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    Fellows
    I do not think this one was OK!
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