A pleasing example of this badge, struck in pot metal with a slot on the back for a pin (which is missing). Approximately 50% of the original silvering still remains. The obverse design includes a full female form in a flowing dress holding an overflowing cornucopia. A small German eagle with a wreath and swastika in its talons appears at left. The legend reads “Ostmark Altreich Sudetenland.” The back is marked with Wolte, the maker’s name, and Gmund, the city in southern Bavaria where the maker operated,
As with all of our coins and medals, this piece is guaranteed genuine.