Marshall's Badge
An original Marshall's badge may be the most difficult badge or medal to find. Very few of these exist, and those
that do rarely see the open market. The original badge was conferred upon generals and admirals. The first
photo here is an original.

The pictures you see below the first badge are copies. These are actually quite common and not that nicely
made. The quality and hues of the enamel differ from badge to badge. The inscription on the reverse usually
says 'Showa 8 [1933] Marshall's Badge.' It seems likely that these badges were made in other years, too,
despite the inscription.

However, at the bottom of the page is another replica but of much nicer quality.
The following badges are all replicas.