German Army Wehrmacht Heer Visor Cap Eagle Insignia
Second pattern, (Circa March 1935-May 1945), silver washed, die stamped zinc, construction national eagle features outstretched wings, and is clutching a wreathed, canted swastika in it’s talons.
The eagle is has a roughly, 2 5/8″, (6.6cm), wingspan from wing tip to wing tip. The hollow reverse of the eagle is a mirror image of the obverse and all three of the original, integral, attachment prongs are intact. The reverse is unmarked.
This is a late war economy version of the earlier cap eagles.
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