Luftwaffe Flak Warfare Badges For Sale

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LUFTWAFFE ANTI~AIRCRAFT BADGE,
Instituted on 10th January 1941

Known makers : A, AS, B & N L, C.E.Juncker Berlin SW, GB, GWL, JMME, W, WH,

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(V2270) A hard to find German Luftwaffe Flak Badge by the maker GB. The badge is a mid war example of silvered zinc and retains much of its original silvered finish, as can be seen, though it is now oxidising only slightly, dark. The award is a nice example and has a two piece construction with a separately soldered eagle and swastika to the main body of the badge The badge is textbook GB with a pirate hook on a round plate and a wraparound hinge and needle pin. A very good value flak badge. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)
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(NCI66) A German Luftwaffe Flak Badge by the premier maker C E Juncker Berlin, which is stamped to the back in two lines. The nice heavy nickel badge has a nice working pin, hinge and hook fitting soldered to the reverse as can be seen from the scan. The award is of two piece standard construction with a nice eagle holding a swastika over a luftwaffe flak badge. Increasingly hard to find. GBP 435.00 (UK Pounds)
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(CS1582) A scarce German Luftwaffe Helpers Badge The magnetic badge shows a flying eagle with the letters "L" & "H" to either side. The badge has a workable pin fixing to the reverse. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)


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(V1869) A German Luftwaffe Helper's Badge, being the circular magnetic badge with a flying eagle holding a swastika and the letters L and H to either side. The badge has a pin fixing in working condition to the reverse. These badges were given to auxiliary units, that helped with the flak defence of Germany. This badge was picked up by a British serviceman in the Hamburg area at the end of the war. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(L856) A Very Rare example of a contemporary sample for the Luftwaffe Flak Badge. The badge is an oval wreath with a separately applied eagle to the top and then a flak gun has been mounted in the middle. This has some extra additions to it as can be seen from the scan. The flak badge wreath is of hollow construction and has two vent holes to it. I have seen a similar example in a drawing in the book "Auszeichnunged Des Deutschen Reiches 1936-1945" by Kurt G. Klietmann on page 163, where they discuss different designs that were put forward, finally settling for one we all know. It is my belief that this was one of the trial samples made up. (POA)
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