New Made Item: The name BeVo weave comes from beteiligung (partnership) vorsteher, which was the merging of the two firms Lucas Vorsteher and Ewald Vorsteher from the German city of Wuppertal-Barmen. This style used a Jacquard weave loom, which made long strips of woven insignia using a card that was “read” by the loom repeatedly. The process was used for various sizes of cap, uniform, and shirt eagles.
This high-quality reproduction BeVo badge features a gray embroidered Eagle with Swas on a tan and green background, and represents the typical style used by an enlisted man in the Deutsches Afrikakorps or DAK. Worn over right breast pocket. Commonly worn on German M36, M40 & M43 WWII uniforms but could be sewn onto to bags, hats, non-issue jackets etc…
Perfect for completing your WWII German Impression!
Approximate Dimensions: 4.5″ by 2″