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Luftwaffe Pilot's badge 'FLL' - Cased > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
Price SEK 7.495,00
 (EUR 749,50)

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Item number 7213

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Maker 'FLL', Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid

Luftwaffe Pilot's badge(Luftwaffen Flugzeugführerabzeichen).

Not maker marked but identified as a 'FLL', Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid.
These are never maker marked. This type is among the earliest produced.

Great looking badge, with a nice silver wasjed wreath and blackened eagle. Made of buntmetal. Needle and catch in good working order.

Case is fully working and in excellent condition.

Luftwaffe Pilotmärke(Luftwaffen Flugzeugführerabzeichen).

Ej tillverkarmärkt men identifierat som ett 'FLL', Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid.
Dessa är aldrig märkta. Denna typ är de bland de tidigast tillverkade.

Vackert märke i buntmetall. Vacker försilvring och fint svärtad örn. Nål och hake fullt fungerande och utan skador.

Fullt fungerande ask i mycket bra skick.

The pilot’s qualification badge was originally introduced on January 19TH 1935 for award to personnel of the DLV, Deutscher Luftsportsverband Fliegerschaft, (German Air Sports Association, Pilot Base), the clandestine, civilian forerunner of the Luftwaffe, (Air-{Weapon}, Force), who had achieved their pilot’s licence. The badge was officially adopted by the Luftwaffe on March 26TH 1936, by order of Hermann Göring. The pilot’s badge was awarded on an individual basis to personnel who had successfully completed the appropriate theory and flight training and had achieved their military pilot’s licence. As with other flyer’s specialty badges a cloth version of the pilot’s badge was authorized for wear on the flight blouse with a machine embroidered pattern for EM/NCO’s and a hand embroidered pattern for Officers. Of Note: Originally the cloth version of the pilot’s badge was only authorized for wear by Officers ranks until regulations of November 18TH 1937 extended the authorized wear of the cloth versions to EM/NCO’s. Further regulations of May 8TH 1942 discontinued production of the cloth versions although they continued to worn through-out the war.

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