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German WW1 Wound Badge Black 3rd Class by RUM

The Wound Badge was a military decoration first promulgated 3 March 1918, which was awarded to wounded or frostbitten soldiers of the Imperial German Army, during World War I.

Quality metal replica of the WW1 wound badge, this has a solid back with a round pin on the fixing clasp. 

The badge had three classes:

  • Black (3rd class, representing Iron), for those wounded once or twice by hostile action (including air raids), or frostbitten in the line of duty.
  • Silver (2nd class) for being wounded three or four times, or suffering loss of a hand, foot or eye from hostile action (also partial loss of hearing), facial disfigurement or brain damage via hostile action.
  • Gold (1st class, which could be awarded posthumously) for five or more times wounded, total blindness, "loss of manhood", or severe brain damage via hostile action.

All versions of the Wound Badge were worn on the lower left breast of the uniform or tunic. The badge was worn below all other awards on the left.

This reproduction  of the first war German wound badge is part of the Richard Underwood Militaria range.




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The Wound Badge was a military decoration first promulgated 3 March 1918, which was awarded to wounded or frostbitten soldiers of the Imperial German Army, during World War I.

Quality metal replica of the WW1 wound badge, this has a solid back with a round pin on the fixing clasp. 

The badge had three classes:

  • Black (3rd class, representing Iron), for those wounded once or twice by hostile action (including air raids), or frostbitten in the line of duty.
  • Silver (2nd class) for being wounded three or four times, or suffering loss of a hand, foot or eye from hostile action (also partial loss of hearing), facial disfigurement or brain damage via hostile action.
  • Gold (1st class, which could be awarded posthumously) for five or more times wounded, total blindness, "loss of manhood", or severe brain damage via hostile action.

All versions of the Wound Badge were worn on the lower left breast of the uniform or tunic. The badge was worn below all other awards on the left.

This reproduction  of the first war German wound badge is part of the Richard Underwood Militaria range.



Brand: Richard Underwood Militaria R.U.M.
Material: Metal
Weight: 30 grams
Service: Array
Colour: Black
Insignia Type: Pin Badge
Insignia Fastener: Catch
Insignia Use: Award/Medal