Police Generals Visor Cap Insignia
DESCRIPTION: Second pattern, police cap eagle as introduced on June 25th 1936 to replace the earlier, (Circa April 1934-June 1936), first pattern cap eagle. The single piece, gilt anodized, die stamped, aluminum alloy construction, right facing eagle features out-stretched wings and is clutching a canted swastika in its talons. The eagle is superimposed on an embossed, vertically oval, oak-leaf wreath with the eagle’s wings extending beyond the outer edges of the wreath with an approximate, 55mm wingspan. The insignia has a nice high relief. Unmarked with both inset brass attachment prongs intact.