Gold German Wound Badges for 1939-45 (WWII)

Jamie Cross Collectables 

(CS1381) A Nice example of an Earlier German Third Reich Gold Wound Badge, being manufactured from a tombak base metal. The badge is in the style of the Vienna State Mint No. 30 type. Although it is unmarked, it has the characters associated with this maker, of a claw hook and unusual hinge. Given for 5 or more wounds, this award appears to have been used and worn and early quality ones are hard to find now. This example is more toned a bronzish colour, though the reverse still retains much of its original gilt finish. GBP 185.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1487) A Gold Wound Badge by the maker No. 107, this one is a late war zinc example with a cast in hinge and hook. The badge only retains a small amount of its original gilt finish, leaving it a pale lemon colour, mostly. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1321) A Stunning example of the Gold Wound Badge in its Case of Issue by the maker No 30. Although the wound badge is unmarked, it follows the construction and manufacturing techniques used by the Vienna state mint. The badge retains virtually all of its original gilt finish and I doubt very much if it could be bettered! The award comes in its case, which is of standard quality and construction, being a black leatherette outer, with a steel hinge and press stud. When opened, you have a nice white silk underlid and nice white off-white flocked base with a cut out to take the badge. When lifted out, the base shows usual wear and tear and has the number 629 KB stamped into it. To the underside of the case, you have the maker's label marked "Hauptmunzamt Wien III" which ties in nicely with the badge. If you just want one of these sets, this has to be seriously considered. It will be a long time before one as beautiful as this comes up again. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

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