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WW2 Polish Badge 9th Flanders Rifle Battalion (Damaged)
Silver-plated tombac, 55mm x 32mm, Germany 1945/46
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Badge of the 9th Flanders Rifle Battalion of the 1st Armored Division of general Maczek.
One-piece badge in the shape of a stylized eagle with a crown. The left wing of the eagle has been incorporated into with the sign of the 1st Armored Division. In the lower part of the badge, the battalion’s initials (9BSF) are inscribed, separated by a blank space after the missing coat of arms with the Belgian coat of arms.
The reverse side of the badge is smooth, a mounting post in the center, a smooth nut, a spinner damaged in two parts. Badge numbered at the bottom, No. 1679. Condition as shown in the photos.
The 9th Flanders Rifle Battalion was part of the 1st Armored Division of General Maczek. The regiment fought in France, then in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany.