Bronze. Great collectors condition. The postwar version of the sign, characterized by the absence of the swastika at the bottom. The guarantee of authenticity.
The original sign was established in 1913 as the "Sports sign DRA". In 1933 the name was changed to "Sports sign DRL". In 1937, at the sign of the swastika appeared. Mark was awarded to boys/men and girls/women aged 18 to 40 who meet certain physical requirements. Status had three levels:
- 3rd grade (bronze) - for completing sports trials persons aged 18 to 32 years old
- Degree 2 (in silver) - for the successful completion of the sports test persons at the age from 18 to 32 years for 8 years or more or successful completion of sports tests for persons at the age from 32 to 40 years
- Grade 1 (gold) - for the successful completion of the sports tests for 7 and more years after receiving silver or token for completing sports trials by people aged over 40 years
- there was a special rare version of the awards (Versehrten Sportabzeichen) designed for disabled veterans. The tests took place in five steps and had different criteria for men and women. The label was woven between the DRL letters, surrounded by a wreath of oak leaves. At the bottom of the sign was the swastika. Sizes 47,9х38,6 mm, weight about 16 grams.
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