The original sign is in excellent collector's condition. Neusilber, stamping, silvering. Manufacturer's brand 30 (Hauptmünzamt Wien). Guarantee of authenticity.
After the termination of the release of the Spanish version of the sign "For the wound", on the eve of World War II, Hitler restored the sign "For the wound" (type 1) (award of the 1939 model) to recognize the merits of those soldiers and officers who were wounded in combat. Since there was a fairly large stock of awards left over from the First World War in warehouses, these awards were finalized (a swastika was applied to the helmet) and used until 1942. The second version of the award was approved and developed a few months after the start of the Polish campaign. It was a medal "for injury" (type 2). This version of the award was very similar to the previous one: the same oval shape with the image of an M35 helmet with a swastika on it, crossed swords behind the helmet, a laurel wreath along the contour of the award with a ribbon woven into it. There were some differences in the size of the awards, but 24 official manufacturers of this award adhered to standard sizes. Since 1943, the badge has been awarded to civilians affected by air raids. Since September 24, 1944, foreign servicemen of the German Armed Forces could also receive the badge.
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