Original German WWII SA Horse Table Award Plaque For Service & Donation Towards Young German Riders

Item Description

Original Item: Only One Available. This is a very nice German WWII Era Cased Presentation "Table Medal", a large award usually displayed on a shelf or table, as the name implies. The award itself measures approximately 4 ½” x 4 ¼” and appears to be constructed of bronze. The front of the award has lovely artwork by Paul Casberg which features a beautiful horse standing atop a Reichs eagle surrounded by a wreath.

Paul Casberg was a renowned artist and graphic designer based in Berlin and was contracted by the legendary Eickhorn to submit new patterns or designs for edged weapons and German daggers, swords, and related regalia produced throughout the Third Reich era. He was also instrumental in the design of many graphic blueprints used in advertising and catalog illustrations.

The reverse of the award features the “same” wreath with the SA symbol centered at the bottom. The inscription and literal translation is as follows:

Für Verdienste
um die wehrhafte
der Deutschen

“For merits
to the well-fortified
of the Germans
rider youth”

This award was given to the members of the Reich who assisted in the training and exercises of the German Youth Riders. This is a seldom seen award and they do not turn up as available often, you do not want to miss your chance on owning this one!

Comes ready to display!

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