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On my way home today I decided to make a quick stop at one of the local Antique Stores and happened upon this little Swedish Pin. It looks as though it could be a cap badge of some sort. It really is an attractive piece and will be my one and only item of Swedish militaria to date. the reverese is stamped, "Sporrong & Co. Stockholm" Any further information would greatly be appreciated.



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Actually, it's not a cap badge per se, even though the design is that of a Swedish Army model 1939 officers' cap badge. The cap badge is larger, and in bronze metal (although with the enameled centre piece). The pictured, smallish, badge in gold metal is more of a sweetheart badge, or lapel badge used for civilian wear; i.e., not any official military badge.



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