A Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42 mit der Papiertüte by Katz & Deyhle . The Eastern Front Medal was awarded to individuals who served on the German Eastern Front during 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942. It is constructed out of a die struck zinc-alloy base that has been silver washed, blackened and lacquered. The round shaped obverse depicts the early national closed winged eagle clutching a stagnant swastika in its talons, in front of a laurel wreath branch and below an M35 pattern helmet and a model 24 grenade. The reverse reads: “Winterschlacht Im Ostem 1941/42” (Winter Battle in the East 1941/42), which is above a crossed sword and laurel leaf and berry branch and below that same helmet and grenade. To the top is an internal loop and a "60" marked ring. This award suffers finish loss. Included is 7 inches of original red, white and black rayon ribbon. The award measures 1 7/16 inches wide by 1 3/4 inches tall. The award and ribbon come housed in its appropriate tan paper packet that has been folded and glued together. The obverse of the packet reads, in Gothic style black ink: “Medaille "Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42" (Ostmedaille)” and “Katz & Deyhle Pforzheim ”, within a rectangular border to the reverse. It measures approximately 2 5/16 inches wide by 4 1/8 inches tall.
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