A Heer Marksmanship Lanyard Grade 2 (Heer Schützenschnur) 1936 – 1938 varient. The insignia is constructed in aluminum and depicts a shield with an embossed Heer National Eagle in the centre, clutching a canted swastika in its talons on a pebbled background, affixed to a silver lanyard with a single acorn in very good condition.
An early Wound Badge Silver 1939 (Verwundetenabzeichen in Silber), constructed in Tombak with a nice patina. The reverse has makers mark 127 for Moritz Hausch AG, Pforzheim, with vertical pin assembly. The badge has no damage or repairs in very good condition.
A WW2 German Gold Wound Badge (Verwundetenabzeichen), constructed in tombak with a nice patina that retains the majority of its gold gilt wash. The reverse of the badge has a vertical pin assembly, with a block hinge and stamped "30" for Hauptmünzamt Wien, which is a desirable maker. The award has no damage or repairs in very good condition.
A nice example of an Infantry Assault Badge Silver, constructed in zinc. The reverse has a pillow crimp variant, due to the set of the hinge and catch by an unknown maker yet, in good condition.