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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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    Very interesting PAF one – currently is being listed on Ebay UK

    I guess it will be interesting to watch the market verdict on it



    Looks like the UK war time one
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  2. #362

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    That's a real beauty!
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

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    greetings comrades, must hold my hands up on this one. in town today and called in at the local " collector's emporium " ( more than three people in the place and it is severely overcrowded ! ) cellotaped to his window in the usual transparent medal wallet was this item. for reference purposes £8 was spent.( comments like " you were robbed will be treated with absolute contempt ! ) normally eagles seem to have either screw posts or blades. has anybody come across lugged examples ?
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  4. #364
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    well done! I got this type with lugs as well. It is less usual than with screw or blades. For that price was cheap buy.

  5. #365

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    hello Marcin, my scepticism was aroused by the quality of the badge. mind you the " seller " has committed a few " faux pas " in the past .

  6. #366

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    Prosty, well done. That's a genuine badge. Probably a Spink & Son product. Sharp buy.

    Cheers,
    Tony
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    thanks U2. another thing I clocked is that the lugs appear to be brass as opposed to the usual copper style. surprised though as I associate Spink with high quality.

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    Very interesting PAF one – currently is being listed on Ebay UK

    I guess it will be interesting to watch the market verdict on it
    The market has spoken . . .
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    jesus, it is getting crazy. I don´t get it. We know that they are hard to get but not impossible, it is not a Holly Grail.
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    going back to Mr. Spink, an overnight thought and observation. I take it that the rear neck feather protruberance is a Spink trait ? trawling through the Eagle posts this manufacturer used at least two methods of fastening. the thought springs to mind, why , when you compare the clockwork regularity of the vast majority of British cap badges.

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