Here we have a Bronze Infantry Assault Badge likely by Ferdinand Hoffstadter identified by Weber as Unidentified but now we have!! By this very badge! It is constructed out of a die struck, zinc-alloy base that has been bronze washed. The oval shaped obverse depicts a rifle and bayonet below a Heer closed winged eagle clutching a mobile swastika within its talons. This is all surrounded by an acorn and oak leaf wreath that is tied together at the bottom. The reverse of the badge displays a semi-full-back and is unmarked. It has a tombac, riveted on hinge, catch and sturdy round wire pin. The pin is marked "8", (Ferdinand Hoffstadter). They all remain in well working condition and are all non-magnetic. The bronze wash shows wear. The details continue to display quite nicely! See pages 206 of Sascha Weber's "The Infantry Assault Badges"
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