1922-39, 21mm x 21mm, Metal, gilding, enamel
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Pre-war badge of the Reserve Officers Association founded in 1922.
A two-piece badge in the form of a Maltese cross. On the shoulders, the letters ZOR – (Związek Oficerów Rezerwy/Reserve Officers Association). Between the arms there are two crossed swords with blades pointing upwards. The arms of the badge are enamelled in white, in the center there is a red shield on which I am located, and an eagle in a crown.
Smooth reverse, a fixing post in the center, a round, smooth nut. The initials Z.G are stamped on the upper arm, the letter B and No. 442 are stamped on the lower arm
General signs of wear as on photographs.