WWII German Silver Would Badge with Original Document

WWII German Silver Would Badge with Original Document

Original WWII German Wond Badge in Silver (for multiple (3-4 wounds received in combat) and with the original award document. Received by German Army Stabs-Gefreiter (Senior Corporal) Otto Stegen on 31.March.1943 while in the Field Hospital recovering from wounds. As a memeber of 3rd Kompanie of Grenadier Regiment 391 of the 170th Infantry Division which at that time was part of Army Group North on the Russian Front. Silver wound badge is maker marked 65 meaning Klein & Quenzer A.G. Badge is not mint by any means, but was worn on the Russian Front. Pin and catch are solid. Document is signed by the Field Doctor.
SKU: A-210-17


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