WW1 Polish Eagle Cap Badge

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1917-1921 silver-plated brass

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Polish eagle on a cap depicting an eagle with spread wings sitting on a Amazon shield, in the inner part inscribed a smaller shield with the letter (S). The head topped with a closed crown.

On the reverse clearly visible die struck. Visible traces of the fixing pins. Condition as in the pictures.

Polish Eagle used by former shooting teams, produced after 1917. Especially popular in the 1st Infantry Division.

In the book by Tomasz Zawistowski "Polskie Orły do czapek w latach 1900-1917" a similar eagle appears on page 223 (il.334).