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    Question Verwundetenabzeichen

    I am currently building an Schuma display on a mannequin that hopefully will be ready later this year,. I have an question regarding the medal/decoration on this soldiers jacket.

    Is it a verwundetenabzeichen in silver? If so- can it be ww1? It looks like ww1 in my old eyes. Can some of you please find time to study this- it is very important for me to know this.






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    I cannot make it out, sorry.

    But who would a Schuma guy have ever have qualified for a German WW1 badge?
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    Whatever it is, it's not a wound badge.

    Most likely an Estonian badge.

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    Wearing an M27 or M34 Dutch lid?....
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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    I cannot make it out, sorry.

    But who would a Schuma guy have ever have qualified for a German WW1 badge?
    Exactly- it doesnt make any sence.
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    Quote by Gunny Hartmann View Post
    Wearing an M27 or M34 Dutch lid?....
    M27- i have a schuma lid like that Sir- and a schuma tunic.

    My schuma has ostfrontribbon and loops for an decoration in the same place as this photo, that is also the reason for wanting to know what it can be so i can maybe add similar decoration on the finished display.
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