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Preußisches Abzeichen Militär-Flugzeugführer by C. E. Juncker of Berlin. Instituted January 27, 1913, by Kaiser Wilhelm II, the Prussian Military Pilot Badge was awarded to all officers, non-commissioned officers and enlisted men who had successfully passed; their training, two pilot exams and received the certificate of proficiency as a military pilot from the Inspectorate for Military Aviation and Motor Vehicles. It is constructed out of a die stamped alloy that has been burnished. The obverse features a flying Rumpler Taube above a pastoral scene below a Prussian royal crown and surrounded by a half oak leaf and acorn, half laurel leaf and berry wreath, tied together at the bottom with a bow. The hollow back reverse features a sheet metal hinge, rounded pin and a soldered on round plate round wire catch (likely a replacement). It measures 1 ¾ inches wide by 2 ¾ inches tall. This piece comes with a COA from Niemann.
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