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KAISERLICHER YACHT CLUB BADGE

SKU: 20-279

$450.00

This is a cap badge for the Kaiserlicher Yacht Club. The club, which was formed by Kaiser Wilhelm II, was Imperial Germany’s most exclusive yacht club. Wilhelm II served as the Commodore. The most famous names in Germany were members: royals, nobles, and naval officers. Most royal family members belonged. Even men like Felix Graf von Luckner were members. The multicolored bullion badge is oval-shaped and measures 2 1/4″ x 1 3/8.” The club’s pennant is in the center, with “KYC” under it. The obverse is in near mint condition. The reverse, which is covered with black leather material, shows just enough age to confirm that it really is 100+ years-old. This is a slightly different variation of the example of a cap badge from the Kaiserlicher Yacht Club above. Buy both and receive a handsome discount.


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This is a cap badge for the Kaiserlicher Yacht Club. The club, which was formed by Kaiser Wilhelm II, was Imperial Germany’s most exclusive yacht club. Wilhelm II served as the Commodore. The most famous names in Germany were members: royals, nobles, and naval officers. Most royal family members belonged. Even men like Felix Graf von Luckner were members. The multicolored bullion badge is oval-shaped and measures 2 1/4″ x 1 3/8.” The club’s pennant is in the center, with “KYC” under it. The obverse is in near mint condition. The reverse, which is covered with black leather material, shows just enough age to confirm that it really is 100+ years-old. This is a slightly different variation of the example of a cap badge from the Kaiserlicher Yacht Club above. Buy both and receive a handsome discount.