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German Imperial wound badges were instituted in 1918 by ‘Kaiser Wilhelm II’ (03/03/1918). The criteria for the award were: Up to two wounds: Black award. Three to five wounds: Silver award. One wound resulting in the loss of a hand, foot, eye or deafness: Silver award. Five or more wounds: Gold award. One wound resulting in total disability, permanent blindness or loss of manhood: Gold award. All badges were made from pressed steel, brass or zinc and worn on the left breast of the uniform. A lovely collectable set of three badges. The price includes U.K. delivery. BA 383.