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Bavarian Sport-Leistungs Abzeichen in Silver

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I would like to know your opinions about this Bavarian Sport-Leistungs Abzeichen in Silver. Dimensions cca 30 x 40 mm.
Is it 1st version (Fassung) awarded only between 1949 -51, as I suppose?
Thank you in advance for any info.





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Here are a couple more examples of the above. The mini is approx; 18x16mm.





A later version.- 46x39mm. Mini: 18x16. Mini-mini: approx 12x10

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The final version. Same size as above

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That is very nice Uwe. I much prefer the 'Traditional/formal' style award certificate to the 'Modern' type. Here's mine:     (The Badges are shown above as 'The final version').




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Not sure if Ribbon Bars and Miniature Medals were ever sactioned for the Bayerische Sport- Leistungs-Abzeichen. As the Badges are no longer awarded, I'm sure it is pretty academic. 

Here are a couple of examples that have been available on e-Bay Germany for a few years now:



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