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German Wound Badges in Gilt or Gold for 1914 (World War One)

(M549) An Imperial Gold Wound Stickpin being of magnetic construction. The pin retains a high pecentage of its original finish. This one is the 1/3 type measuring approximately 20 mm high.

GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(N952) A Very Rare gild Navy WWI Pin On Wound Badge. The badge has a spring pin fixing to the reverse of substantial quality and shows no sign of ever having a hinge or hook fixing. The fire gilding to the front is virtually fully intact. The badge is of non magnetic construction. Probably the hardest of imperial badges to acquire. .


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