Likely a veteran’s pin given after the war. They are both constructed out of a die stamped steel base that has been gold washed/silver washed. The obverse’s features an eagle perched on a pedestal, above a separate crimped on steel plated plaque that reads, in red enamel: “Hoch lebe der Reservemann” (High life of the Reserve man), an oak leaf and acorn cluster and a medallion of a soldiers bust. Both have an orange rayon ribbon to the bottom. The hollow back reverse’s show the two prongs that hold the plaque and a vertically soldered on tombak pin that holds the ribbon and remain in well working condition. Nice silver wash and gold wash remain. They each measure approximately 1 ¾ inches wide by 2 ¼ inches tall (without the ribbon). Crisp detail!
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