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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.

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    Fellows,
    Good pictures of a rare Mid-east made Eagle.
    I do not think we have ever presented this variant.

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    A seldom seen eagle from Jerusalem based Samuel Kretschmer. These pics were taken yesterday using my smartphone, so please excuse the quality. This rare bird resides in a lucky friend’s collection.

    Cheers,
    Tony
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    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    Eagle 63 Torun infantry regiment. An early versionClick image for larger version. 

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    Hello Palessky and welcome to the forum. Here's a period portrait photo of a young private showing where this eagle was applied. It appears to be sitting on a cloth backing.

    Cheers,
    Tony
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    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    Fellows,
    Another small step in understanding the Polish Eagles. Hope You like the find.
    Finally, after substantial effort i have found (in archives of Sikorski) the picture featuring a Small 40m Eagle (Casted - based on small J.R Gaunt of London), but the version with the Small Legionaries' Shield Removed.

    I am now convinced this is a rare Eagle - i have seen substantial nr of picture and it appears only on a few.
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    Fellows,
    Very high quality pictures of a rare Eagle, believed to be used by Polish Guards' Companies associated with USA Army 1945+ and / or soldiers of 1st Polish Armoured Division
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    Fellows,
    This could be an interesting find - looks like 2 versions of the canvas "Green" Eagle by S.E. Tietz of T Tel Awiw may have possibly existed.

    I have always known only "smaller" version - but to my surprise - i have recently come across this picture featuring side by side various Tietz's Eaagles. One of the "green" Eagles is slightly taller. This may be just a mechanical "stretch" of canvas - and /or a production "mistake". If it is a production "mistake" - we are looking at an interesting new version.

    Perhaps some of You friends, can check - compare in own collection(s).
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    Fellows,
    I have been trying to research this particular Eagle / variant for some time now (large 5.5cm - silverised) - sadly without conclusive results. having said that, taking to account circumstantial evidence - seems to me that the Eagle was made in France. However, it is unclear of Eagle dates back to 1944 and / or 44+.

    Perhaps any of You know more?


    On seperate note - ss my research has been progressing, a great picture, dating back to 1944, has come to light. It features a number of Eagles - including what seems to be a "small French 39" variant (red circle). As far as i understand this may be 1st ever picture featuring this Eagle.
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    Fellows,
    • Please add some good posts – I know, You can do it!
    • We need more diversity and more information – goes without saying!
    • This needs to be collaborative work!
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    Hello everyone, im not sure if this one is legit but i got it today in outback Australia..any help would be great
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