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1936 Pattern "Spanish" or "Legion Condor" Verwundetenabzeichen

Article about: Hi Guys, the wound badge is one of my collecting interests. I am very fond of these first issue badges, whatever title you care to give them Here is one of my favourite badges from my entire

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    Default 1936 Pattern "Spanish" or "Legion Condor" Verwundetenabzeichen

    Hi Guys, the wound badge is one of my collecting interests. I am very fond of these first issue badges, whatever title you care to give them

    Here is one of my favourite badges from my entire collection.



    This Gold wound badge was brought home by a British Soldier who fought in North Africa.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Here is a silver wound badge.

    There are many different makers of this first issue badge, so they can be found in many slightly different die forms.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    And now the lowest grade in black.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    The gold one is extrimelly rare, and you are lucky owner. Today is hard and nearly impossible to find a good one- I don't say about the price....

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    Hi Dimas, I can tell you the Gold one cost me 30 about 30 years ago.

    The British soldier found it in a fireplace in a house in North Africa. It was hidden under some rubbish. He was ordered by an Officer to light a fire and that is how he found it.

    Cheers, Ade.

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    These are very nice. I like the style a little more with these. I got a silver one with a bunch of other stuff from my wifes family but unfortunately I think its a fake. Someday I will get a black one witch is good enough for me. Lee

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    Very nice and a great story( and price!!) about the gold one!
    I do have the lowest grade, but; de-nazified.
    A medal you better buy than earn.....!! ;-)
    cheers
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    Wow ade these are just beautiful ! I throught the silver badges where all solid ? Or is that the 1936 version ?

    Kind regards
    Alex

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    Default Re: 1936 Pattern "Spanish" or "Legion Condor" Verwundetenabzeichen

    Quote by banksy View Post
    Or is that the 1936 version ?
    Yes!
    Best Regards,
    Adrian.



    Looking for LDO marked EK2s and items relating to U-406.....

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    Very nice set of Spanish badges.

    Regards,

    Jerry
    Regards,

    Jerry

    Whatever its just an opinion.

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