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WW2 Polish Eagle Cap Badge – Bari Italy
Bari, Italy 1946, Brass, 51mm x 30mm
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A Polish cap eagle badge. Polish eagle cap badge depicting an eagle with spread wings sitting on an amazon shield. The head was originally topped with a closed crown, which is now missing. On the reverse a threaded post. Die stamped.
A scarce Polish eagle cap badge produced in Bari, Italy in the early months of 1946 for the 2nd Polish Corps of General Anders. Original nut present. One of the rarest eagles used in the 2nd Polish Corps.
This version of the eagle is mentioned in the book by Tomasz Zawistowski.“Orły do czapek w 2. Korpusie Polskim” on page 255, illustration 464.