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Panzer Assault Badges

JFS Grade IV –
100 PAB in Silver

Nice PAB with a lot of gold and silver finish remaining. This PABs are also known for the very large eagle with its strong and beautiful detailed talons. Unfortunately this bugger had a hard live and suffers the zinc-pest – but still well worth for collecting...


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.720 ff., type 7.2.2.

Later Semihollow Juncker Grade V –
100 PAB in Silver

This PAB shows all the features for a later and very rare example: Rivets penetrate the wreath, number box is soldered into position, solid area between wings and legs.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.678 ff., type 7.1.4.

Later Semihollow Juncker Grade V –
100 PAB in Silver

This PAB shows all the features for a later and very rare example: Rivets penetrate the wreath, number box is soldered into position, solid area between wings and legs.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.678 ff., type 7.1.4.

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Later Semihollow Juncker Grade V –

100 PAB in Silver

This PAB shows all the features for a later and very rare example: Rivets penetrate the wreath, number box is soldered into position, solid area between wings and legs.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.678 ff., type 7.1.4.

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JFS Grade IV –

75 PAB in Silver

Nice and very good preserved PAB with a lot of gold and silver finish remaining. This PABs are also known for the very large eagle with its strong and beautiful detailed talons.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.720 ff., type 7.2.2.

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Later Semihollow Juncker Grade III – 50 PAB in Bronce

The bronce grade PABs are more seldom than its silver counterparts. The differences between the early and late type are located in the the cut out area on the eagle's wings and the rivets that penetrates the tank.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.650 ff., type 7.1.2.

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JFS Grade III –

50 PAB in Silver

Apart from their number shields, the Grade II and III Badges from the Maker Josef Feix Söhne (JFS) in Gablonz are identical.


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.702 ff., type 7.2.1.

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Later Semihollow Juncker Grade II –
25 PAB in Silver

The Juncker Badges are more heavier than its counterparts from the Maker Gustav Brehmer (G.B.).


See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.654 ff., type 7.1.2.

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Silver Panzer Assault Badge with Number Box 25. Type JFS

A zinc based example of the Silver Panzer Assault Badge for 25 assaults. The heavy badge in a very good, nearly unworn condition. 99% of the silver plate still present, the tank with practically all of its dark oxidised finish.


Not marked but a known variation that can be attributed to the maker Josef Feix & Söhne (JFS) from Gablonz. See Philippe de Bock, The German Panzer Assault Badge, p.700/701, type 7.2.1.

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Silver Panzer Assault Badge by Juncker in Nickel-Silver
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A nickle silver based example of the Silver Panzer Assault Badge. The hollow badge in a very good, worn condition.
Not marked but a known variation that has been attributed to the maker C. E. Jucker from Berlin. See Philippe de Bock, «The German Panzer Assault Badge», p.48/49, type 1.1.2b. So called Porsche-Design – rare.

Typical construction with the small footed hinge.

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Silver Panzer Assault Badge by Juncker in Nickel-Silver
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A nickle silver based example of the Silver Panzer Assault Badge. The hollow badge in a very good, worn condition.
Not marked but a known variation that has been attributed to the maker C. E. Jucker from Berlin. See Philippe de Bock, «The German Panzer Assault Badge», p.48/49, type 1.1.1. 
So called Porsche-Design – rare.


Typical construction with the small footed hinge.

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Silver Panzer Assault Badge by R.R.S.
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This nice worn PAB in massive zinc is in excellent, unworn condition. The silverfinish is complete with some nice patina starting. The manufacturer R.R.S. for the Rudolf Richter Company in Schlag near Gablonz. See Philippe de Bock, «The German Panzer Assault Badge», p.528/529, type 5.4.1.