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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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    Hello Wizardman,

    Many thanks for your post the Eagle shown is the current Cap Badge worn by the Polish Army.

    Best wishes

    Andrzej

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    Thanks mate, at least its not a copy...it will be nice next to my Tobruk sandcast...

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    Fellows
    Very interesting casted Eagle – based on the classic Alovian’s of France 39, variant.

    Material used suggests that the Eagle was produced in France or England.

    Very rarely seen.
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    Fellows,
    Where are those Great Eagles to be researched?
    Any inspirations!?
    Come on – surprises please before Year End!
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    Polish communist underground People's Army (AL - Armia Ludowa) eagle badge. Altough closely related to soviets, AL took part in Warsaw uprising fighting on Polish Armed Forces side against Nazis.

    I am not expert in conspiracy stuff, so not sure if this one is original or copy.

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    Fellows

    Courtesy of my very good Friend in Poland - Eagle/Badge of Polish Cadets dating back to 1942-45. One of a few versions of this Badge / Eagle.
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    Fellows
    Courtesy of my very good Friend in Poland - Nr 2.
    The rarest variant of Spin Eagle (as far as my research goes) - the symmetrical version made of steel.
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    Courtesy of my very good Friend in Poland - Nr 3.
    We still do not know much about this variant!
    Any ideas / hyphothesis welcome!
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    Super!
    Spink Eagle?
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    Job done!!!
    Rare one!

    Polish Regimental Badges WW2

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    Fellows,
    Perhaps we are lucky to IT /”contextualise” this one!
    I am not sure as to period – could be made in Germany? Purpose – patriotic pin / military badge?
    I do not think it is included in the Bzezicki book.
    However, I fogy remember seeing similar / same made by Lauer – but with the nut. This looks like pin like fastening.

    Any thoughts?
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