Looks like a white metal so I guess a copy. Damn!
The silver hallmark needs to have the W on the right side of the female's left profile to indicate the badge was hallmarked in the Warsaw Assay Office.
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
Perhaps this post will open up further discussions re (so I think) a very interesting subject.
I have just received the pictures attached from the Friend in Poland - as he noticed that the Forum has been "poor on the subject of Polish POWs Eagles".
Constructive and needed feedback!
Interesting example(s) of POW Eagle - I understand that Eagle originates form the POW camp in Denmark 1944-45.
I hope that in 2014 - I have an opportunity to look up sources / documentation at Sikorski or SPP in London re POW camps - perhaps such review will lead to some more discoveries re Polish POW Eagles.
In the meantime - please post pictures of POW Eagles - it would be great to inventories some "variants"