Extremely Rare Army Standard Bearers Gorget by Juncker- This gorget is the Army pattern standard-bearer’s gorget instituted in 1936. The half moon-shaped back plate is made of a heavy alloy with a shiny finish (nickel). The insignia is two crossed army standards, surmounted by an army eagle with an antique finish; at each corner are two smooth surfaced, dark gray painted buttons (the paint is gone); beneath the buttons are three radiating oak leaves, also with an antique finish. The insignia is extremely impressive! The gorget reverse has the field grey badge cloth lining, which is a little loose along some edges. It has three clip hooks, one of which is stamped C.E. Juncker Berlin. The chain is the correct army style, made of metal disks with the alternating Army eagle / oak leaf motif. These have a nice antique finish. An extremely rare and desirable gorget!