Rare 1930s Nazi Legion Condor Black Wound Badge

Rare 1930s Nazi Legion Condor Black Wound Badge

Code: gmng10002


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ARTIFACT: This is a rare circa 1930s Nazi Legion Condor Black Wound Badge. The Condor Legion was born on November 7, 1936 as a response to Franco's request for firepower assistance in the Spanish Civil War. Second in command of the fledgling yet powerful group was Oberst Wolfram Freiherr von Richthofen, a cousin of the "Red Baron". The Black Wound Badge, which shows a helmet with two crossed swords, was given out to those injured either once or twice during combat or who suffered from frostbite while serving.

VINTAGE: Circa 1930s.

SIZE: Approximately 1-11/16" in height and 1-1/2" in width.

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Stamped brass with black paint.

ATTACHMENT: Vertical pin on bar with squared-off C catch.


ITEM NOTES: This is from a Nazi Germany militaria collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. P-DB-VEJX/50-12 LBCEX10/12

CONDITION: 6+ (Fine-Very Fine): The badge shows some moderate wear, with s small dent and some paint loss.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.