Bomber Clasp Gold By FLL With Presentation Box

This early Luftwaffe Bomber Clasp Gold by FLL is a very desirable and scarce item, constructed in gilded tombak, complete with presentation box.  This clasp is in unissued condition with all the gilt intact on the wreath and oak leaves, and the winged bomb emblem has nice original finish.  The reverse of the Bomber’s clasp is unmarked, but this variant is attributed to Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid (FLL), complete with tapered pin, block hinge and soldered “C” catch.  The presentation box is covered in blue leatherette with “Frontflugspange für Kampfflieger Gold,” embossed in gold, with some light scuffs.  The inside is lined with white rayon, with a push button hinge catch.

This Bomber Clasp has no damage or repairs, in mint condition which would be a desirable addition to any collection.

Product ID: 5409


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Bomber Clasp Gold

The Luftwaffe Bomber Clasp was a WW2 decoration awarded to aircrew and other personnel in recognition of the number of operational flights flown.  It was instituted by Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring on 30 January 1941, and was awarded in three categories (bronze, silver, gold).   The award was also available with pennants suspended from the clasp indicating the number of missions obtained in a given type of aircraft

The bomber clasp depicts a winged bomb surrounded by a wreath of laurel leaves, with a swastika located at the base, flanked by 9 oaks leaf’s left and right.  The flying clasps were issued for missions completed in the following aircraft;

  • Day fighters
  • Night fighters
  • Long-range night fighters
  • Heavy fighters
  • Air to ground support fighters
  • Transport & glider
  • Bombers
  • Reconnaissance

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