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Another nice example of Type “slotted propeller” variation 1 “Star and propeller in gold gilt, wings in silver”

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Very nice example of Type O1 badge made in silver.

Cased!!!

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Interesting that the mark "pure silver" practically not visible..

Only rectangle ...

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Check this out guys.

Badge with wide pin (although it is broken) but with usual propeller form (i.e. not “slotted propeller” as usual for this type of badge)
And looks like this badge is made from silver! (usually wide pin badges are made from alloy)
Obverse

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Makes you wonder if all these "slotted propeller + wide pin" types are actually post-war replicas :whistle:

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