L006580 "Fallschirmjäger" SHOOTING AWARD PLAQUE. WW2 German Paratrooper Shooting Honor Plaque for the NCO Corps of the Fallschirm-Sturmregiment garrisoned at Halberstadt, Germany. 56cm X 61cm. This award plaque dates to early in the history of the Sturm Regiment, which at this time was serving on the Russian Front. It would have hung in a prominent place in the NCO's common room in the barracks, where NCO's would gather to relax when in garrison. It is the actual target used for the shooting competition of the 10th Company of the Sturm Regiment, mounted on a heavy cardstock plaque ornamented with the diving eagle of the Fallschirmjäger badge drawn in pen and ink, and the date of the competition, November 4, 1941. It says that Oberjäger Schmidt was the best shot in the company, with Hauptfeldwebel Wenhart in second place and Feldwebel Löffler in third. It has the official company round ink stamp in purple ink, and a signature now illegible in the lower right hand corner. Framed in a modern, museum-quality archival frame with UV protective glass. Terrific display piece.

GRADE ****                             PRICE $476.00

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