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Polish para wing

Article about: Dear friends, As I am starting my new collection theme (1SBS) and having the opporutinity to buy this wing: I would ask the more experienced collectors to tell me if this one is original or

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    Look how small the world is:

    Inne Oblicza Historii :: Zobacz temat - Zwyk

    The same wing sold more than two years ago on a Polish auction for 480,- and allready then considered by some collectors as a copy...

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    Another one which I don't trust:

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    I would be very thankfull for any opinions.

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    If for real, that would be our guy:

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    SURNAME
    Jacir
    FORENAME
    Djamil

    UNIT
    4 SAS (HQ Squadron)
    RANK
    Sergeant-Chef
    NUMBER
    AWARD
    Medaille Militaire (France)
    PLACE
    France 1944

    ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    parent unit 2 Regiment de Chasseurs Parachutistes
    1 CCP (UK) 10.12.1942-25.4.1943
    Sergeant 8.8.1943
    Sergeant-Chef
    4 SAS (HQ Squadron) 1944
    Op.Dingson
    Op.Spenser
    4 SAS (Staff) 1945
    Op.Amherst

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    Bad. It's a copy.

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    Thank You very much. I didn't expect otherwise...

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    Hello all,
    Any info on who was awarded para wings # 4244?
    Thanks

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    Hello,
    It should be Combat Para Badge with wreath no 2037 awarded to Bombardier Bazyli SZABALA.


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    Hello all,
    Any info on who was awarded para wings # 4244?
    Thanks

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    Quote by rsunday View Post
    Hello,
    It should be Combat Para Badge with wreath no 2037 awarded to Bombardier Bazyli SZABALA.
    Without wreath would mean that it is just copy? Or were there examples badge and wreath separate?

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    What about those? what are your opinions?
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    403 and 487 are good badges.
    Unissued badges from Section VI, late production.

    Hard to say with badge 4244.
    Can you post better (sharp) photos of front, back and edge of this badge?

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    What about those? what are your opinions?

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