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placed my CEJ pilots badge on civil sight  last night and have been advised it is post war

hear is hopeing this Eagle is indeed born pre 1945

regards

Stephen 

 

 

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No answers on this badge it does not sound positive,

ah well possible two Eagles. Should be called Sparrows?

link to my pilots badge follows

Regards to all

Stephen 

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Hi, Stephen

A post-war cast copy, I'm afraid...as is, as has already been said, the PB.

To give you some idea as to the superb badges that W. Deumer produced, have a look at the badges below and compare them to your example.

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Regarding the Pilot's badge....

The "CEJ" maker mark, for the firm of C.E Juncker-Berlin, was only used on very early pre-war badges, such as the examples below.

For comparison:  1st pattern Pilot's badge (left), 1st pattern Pilot/Observer badge by Juncker

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J T W

thank you pall

Well it would seem my two Pime birds of my Lufftwaffe collection are indeed Turkey's 

i will try again later and see if I can get a Hat Trick.

Stephen

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