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    Fellows
    Adding to our - library of Eagles - quite rare variant - most likely made in Mid-East
    Pictures supplied by a friend from Poland

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    Timeless Classic
    Marcin - Thanks and Congrats
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    Recently sold, wz.39 in silver

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    Regards,
    Tony
    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,
    I am very happy to report that - there is a positive "identification / categorisation" of this particular variant of PSZ - Mid East made Eagle.

    It seems to me that the 2nd specimen has been found.

    I have certain circumstantial (only) evidence that this pattern has been made for the Polish Cadets who trained in Egypt with the Royal Corps of Signals (There had been 3 Schools and one of them was for Signals) - if that was the case - it makes this Eagle quite rare - reason being that - by comparison, the "Regimental badge" - given to the cadets of that school - is one of the rarest of Polish WW2 Badges.




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    Courtesy of a Friend – I have just received the pictures – the very interesting variation of a Casted Polish Eagle (Palestinian Pattern – 1941+ has been used) – most likely made in Middle East.

    Perhaps any of You have a similar / identical specimen – so we can “catalogue / recognise” this particular variant?
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    Fellows
    Looks like - I can report another positive "identification / categorisation"


    The 2nd specimen of this Eagle has been found and therefore we are adding next Variant of Casted Eagles to our Library / Catalogue.
    The same distinctive features and material.
    This one comes from the veteran of 3DSK


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    Fellows,

    If we work together, perhaps we can be lucky again and manage to identify / categorise this Mid-Eastern casted - Eagle by finding an identical / materially similar one.

    As for a cast, the quality of details / finish is very high.

    I have selected some distinctive features – helpful marks for identification.
    Eagle’s post is made of copper or brass.

    It also has an interesting spinner with 2 Hebrew letters. It fits well onto the post.

    However, I am very sceptical if that spinner actually originates from the manufacturer. I am suspecting – it could well be a replacement and / or manufacturer used “what was on hand”

    To provide identification, it would be super to find the second specimen with the same features / marks and spinner.

    Perhaps that spinner can be recognised by some of you – ect.

    Let’s see what we can find.
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    Fellows
    To add to our library – recently sold on Ebay
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    Fellows
    An interesting variant of 40mm casted Mid East Version – of 40mm Eagle based on J.R Gaunt. Just sold on Ebay.

    Perhaps we can find a second identical specimen – to “categorise" this particular variant?

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    Fellows,

    Looks like we have managed to conduct another positive "identification / categorisation" - new Variant of Casted Eagle
    2 specimens found

    This is en excellent find!
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    Thanks to MK!
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    Quote by wadowicznic View Post
    Fellows
    To add to our library – recently sold on Ebay
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    For yonks now I have had one of these. My thoughts regarding its raison d'etre appear to be confirmed.

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    into the mix
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