A Prussian Engineer Officer with some war time metals.
The chin scales, visor trim, spike, spike neck and rear
spine are dull non magnetic metal. The pearl ring is a
bright brass color and the spike base is a very shiny
magnetic steel. It appear as though the yellow color has
left the metal of the chin scales and stars. You
can see feint traces of yellow on the stars. I have no
idea why the pearl ring is this color but it certainly
This wappen is by far the thinnest wappen I have ever
seen. It is one half to one third as thick as a
normal wappen. I might dare to call it wafer
thin. This wappen has a small crack near the left
leg you can see due to the thinness. In addition it is
connected to the helmet by split prongs not threaded
posts. The silver gilding is very obvious and in good
shape. Due o the prongs the wappen has not been
off the helmet.
You can see the split prongs inside the liner. In
addition three of the four star studs are connected
using split prongs.
The rosettes holding the cockades are silvered.