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Schwerin, Berlin.
     Tombak.
Richard Simm & Sohne.
Early wide pin.  Zinc.
Unknown maker.
  Early brass.
Steinhauer & Luck (#4)
          Brass.
GWL
Brass.
Schwerin, Berlin.
       Brass.
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  High Seas Fleet Badge
Destroyer Badge
Submarine  Badge
Flotten-Kriegsabzeichen. Instituted in 1941, the  Badge was awarded  to crewmembers of battleships and cruisers who served for a period of twelve weeks at sea.  The period of service at sea could be reduced providing the recipient be wounded in a related action, or in recognition of a particularly outstanding naval engagement.
Zerstorer-Kriegsabzeichen. Instituted in 1940, the  Badge was awarded to crewmembers of Destroyers who: 1.)  were wounded;  2.)  served on a ship sunk as a result of enemy action; 3.)  particpated in three separate enemy engagements; 4.) particpated in twelve operational sorties; 5.)  or, were recognized for special achievement or singular heroic action.
U-Boot-Kreigsabzeichen. Instituted in 1939, the  Badge was awarded to personnel who served on submarines on two or more sorties directed against the enemy, 
Friedrich Orth. Zinc.

Hermann Wernstein
         Zinc.
Rudolf Karneth (RK)
            Zinc.
GWL.
Zinc.
   Bacqueville. Zinc.
Vogelsang Collection
Friedrich Orth (FO)  Zinc.
  Vogelsang Collection
JFS.
Zinc.
  S.H. u Co.
     Zinc.
     Friedrich Orth.
Zinc.  Cast-in fittings.
Richard Simm & Sohne.
  Later round pin.  Zinc.
  Vogelsang Collection
Friedrich Orth. Zinc.
Ex-my collection

  Friedrich Orth.Zinc.        Soldered fittings.
Vogelsang Collection
     Unknown maker.
Zinc.  Semi-hollowback
     Friedrich Orth.
  Zinc. Cast-in fittings.
     Ex-collection
Foerster & Barth (L/21)
              Zinc.