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GERMAN ARMBANDS

(CS819) A Nice Clean example of the "Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht" Armband being a screen printed black lettered on cream material. The band is sewn up and is of good quality printing. Given to people who were not in military uniform, or who were in semi-military uniform to give them the added protection of being a soldier under the German military jurisdiction. This item came from the Hannover area of Germany. GBP £95.00 (UK Pounds)

(R31) A Nice example of a Kreta Cuff Band. The band is one of those that was found several years ago in a bale of them, and as such, has old storage marks and staining to it. This one is a nice full length condition and is RB numbered to the reverse. Very nice example. These are becoming hard to find. GBP £375.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS816) A Rare example of a short lived German Railway Cufftitle.The title has "Wehrmacht-Verkehrsdirektion Brüssel" on it. This short run cuffband was in service for less than 7 months. This example is in near mint unused condition. They were worn from February 1941 and withdrawn by September of the same year. This is a very rare band to acquire, more rare than a lot of SS cuff titles, but obviously not as collectible. An illustration is shown in the book "Badges and Insignia of the Third Reich 1933 -1945" by Brian Leigh Davis on the front cover. This item came from the Hannover area of Germany.GBP £250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS820) A German "Deutsche Wehrmacht" Armband being a black woven lettered on a yellow band, example. This was worn by those who were acting on behalf of the German armed forces, be it either in civilian or semi-military uniforms (SA, NSK etc), carrying out duties under German military jurisdiction and as such, afforded them protection under the Geneva convention. This item came from the Hannover area of Germany. GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS822) An unusual German Armband for a German Road Worker or repairer. The band is of cream with black printed letters, with the words "STRASSEN-ERLAUBNIS" to it. The band was picked up in the Hannover area. This is the first time I have seen this type of armband. In very good condition. GBP £40.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC247) An Unidentified Armband showing a diamond shaped white backgrounded black embroidered swastika on a red base. The band is similar in design to an HJ example. Very scarce early variation to acquire. The swastika has been woven within the white base, then the white outer square is then then sewn to the red band. All nicely sewn up, there are no marks or names to this band. GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1638) A nice example of the German Deutsche Wehrmacht Armband. The band is of yellow cotton with a machine woven Deutsche Wehrmacht in black. There is also a rubber stamping to the band. This cannot be made out or determined though. The band is in very nice condition, a little age stained and was recently discovered in America with a few other German pieces. it is believed the band was brought back by a serviceman and left until now. Nice to find nowadays.

GBP £60.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1639) A nice example of the German Deutsche Wehrmacht Armband. The band is of yellow cotton with a machine woven Deutsche Wehrmacht in black. There is also a rubber stamping to the band. This cannot be made out or determined though. The band is in very nice condition, a little age stained and was recently discovered in America with a few other German pieces. it is believed the band was brought back by a serviceman and left until now. Nice to find nowadays.

GBP £60.00 (UK Pounds)

(M174) A Cuffband for the Old Comrades Association being Sudwest with two crossed swords on either side of the band. The band is nicely bevo woven in clean condition, full length and unmessed about with. Not often encountered nowadays. The band has never been used or worn.

GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)

(M932) A Set of Screen Printed Volkssturm Armbands. The set are as they were originally screen printed as shown by the scan. There are enough for three complete armbands and parts of another three where it has been ripped. Very rare to find like this. This shows not only how German screen printing was done at the time, but also it shows how they were made up etc from this to a band. A superb talking point item.

GBP £235.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1656) A small cloth band being a " Ausländereinsatz" short (Approx 15cm) cuff title. The patch is machine embroidered onto a dark blue black band with the letters in offwhite thread. A rough translation is Foreign Labour Service. The band was given to Foreign Worker in Czechoslovakia in 1944 and is shown in the book "Foreign Legions of the third Reich" Vol 3 on page 35 . Very Rare to find

GBP £ 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(S61) An NSDAP Party Arm Band with a white roundel machine sewn onto the red band, with a woven black swastika. The band has at some time been pinned up to something with blue tac, which has gone into the fibres. This may possibly be removed with gentle cleaning, but as it is on the back, it is not too much of a concern. The band has been used and worn, as can be seen from the scan and could probably do with being sympathetically washed. Priced for condition. GBP £110.00 (UK Pounds)

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