| (S206) A Nice example of the 1st type Fredrich Orth High Seas Fleet Badge. The badge has the separately applied hinge and hook soldered to the reverse, of a domed badge back, with the lettering FO to the centre reverse. To the front, the badge shows a battleship coming straight at you, encompassed by a gilt wreath, with a winged eagle holding a swastika. Due to the manufacturer's doming, the badge has a nice 3D effect. The wreath has turned a pale yellow, and still retains much of the gold to the reverse, showing the badge has been worn and used. Other than this, the battleship is a nice dark colour and there is good definition and good contrast. A very nice badge to acquire. GBP £225.00 (UK Pounds) |
| (MC389) A Nice example of a Schwerin High Seas Fleet Badge. The badge was originally removed from a German u-boat man. The badge has had a half hearted attempt at de-nazification. The badge is an Early tombak example with all the features. The de-nazification on this isn't too noticeable, but we take this into account with the price. Ordinarily, the price would be around £450.00 for such a good quality early badge. GBP £250.00 (UK Pounds) |
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This book covers the War Badges of the Kriegsmarine with particular emphasis on the surface units. Packed with detailed obverse and reverse colour shots as well as close ups of hinges, pins and maker marks giving the collector and military enthusiast detailed coverage of all the major variants of these desirable badges. As well as the badges themselves, a huge range of rare award documents, pay book entries and other documentation is provided, along with many rare and previously unpublished detailed wartime images showing the awards being worn.
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