|Kriegsmarine U-596 Emblem Pin |
Hundreds of German U-boats displayed emblems during World War II, much like many other services from both sides of the war. Oftentimes, the emblems were worn as cap devices, either made by hand onboard the submarine or made in a factory with an enamel inlay.
This enamel and metal reproduction of the "Water Boy" emblem worn by crewmen of U-596 - a Type VIIC U-boat that participated in 12 war patrols before it was damaged by U.S. bombs and scuttled in the Mediterranean on September 24, 1944 - measures 5/8"x 3/4" and includes a pin back.
|U-Boat Gauge Coasters |
This set includes four highly absorbent, rubber-bottom coasters, each depicting a different U-boat instrument gauge (shallow depth, deep depth, rudder position indicator and engine repeater). 4" diameter.
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