army wound badge - silver
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GERMANY – ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVERSKU: 01-885
$95.00ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER . This is a very fine example of the Silver Army Wound Badge. First authorized in March 1918, wound badges were awarded in three classes based on the number or severity of one’s wound(s). Black was considered the lowest (3rd Class), silver was 2nd Class, and gold was 1st Class. This is an originally-issued piece that displays very fine paint. Its reverse displays a pin. The badge is stamped.
GERMANY – ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVERSKU: 01-886 ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER This is a Silver Army Wound Badge, which was considered a 2nd Class award. [Black was the 3rd Class award, while Gold was the 1st Class]. Each was awarded for a certain number of wounds or, in the case of the Gold Badge, for loss of an eye or a limb. These were first awarded in March 1918. This Silver Army Wound Badge is of the issued variety. It is stamped and displays a sturdy pin on its reverse.