A New Book entitled "Extreme Relic Hunters Guide To German Dog Tags, (Erkennungsmarke)". by Dan Mackay. The book shows a great selection of dog tags, along with a comprehensive listing of these tags, their abbreviations, so that the lay person can translate 99% of the discs they have. The 52 page book, which is in A4 size, has many many illustrations of dog tags, and other items, as well as drawings of tags. A very informative book on the subject, well written and well researched. My understanding is it is of limited printing, which has only just been assigned and ISBN number and only just started to be registered. So for those who want a sneak preview, we can sell you copies at 15.00 a copy. Well worth the money. It is stated this is one of a continuing series. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS64) A Rare to find German Honour Roll Clasp of the Luftwaffe. The clasp has been used and worn but is a nice original example that fits the texts book types, The clasp has all four pins fitted to the ribbon but one has come away from the clasp. Priced for this GBP 999.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS665) Sold as individuals, but part of a roll that were brought back from Berlin by a British soldier in 1945 and has been stored away up until now, the DRL Woven Badge in Silver is in virtually mint condition. The badge was worn on the blazer of DRL holders who had completed in sports events and got to a set grade. This badge has both the bevo barmen name and Ges Gesch in white threads to the base. Not often encountered in such good condition. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS671) A Textbook example of what is considered the Penal Belt Buckle being a steel manufactured belt buckle with no design other than pebbling to the centre of the buckle. The buckle is maker marked as are all known originals B & N 43. This is stamped into the buckle where the retaining clip is. This buckle retains approximately 85-90% of its original finish and has yet to be positively identified as a penal example. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS676) An Iron Cross 2nd Class Citation to a Panzer man from the 2nd pz AUFKL. ABT.33. The award was issued on the 01.03.43 and is a typed up citation that has a Rommel stamped signature to it. Very nice to find. This came from a German house clearance agent. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS679) A Very Scarce and unusual Document that was given out to the troops of the 24th Panzer Division on the 24th August 1944. It is basically a small postcard size printed piece of paper that says that a General has recognised the 27th Panzer Division for exemplary bravery in the field. Very unusual and not seen before. This could be similar to the Sardinian Shield with a little badge issued but I don't know. Very nice picture of two panzers going by a building. It would fit into the back page of a soldbuch or wehrpass easily. Worthy of further research. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS683) A mid war example of a Pilot's Badge. The badge is the standard BSW type with the usual flaw to the swastika. The badge shows some zinc plate bubbling to the reverse but nothing too serious. The badge is held to the zinc silver plated wreath by two fine domed rivets. The front of the award shows a nice blued eagle holding a silvered swastika on an oxidised silver wreath giving a very nice over all finish. Complete with it's nice pin and hinge fixing, the badge would grade as very good condition. The badge comes in the remains of its original card box of issue. The box is in fragile condition but still complete and has the awards designation printed in black ink to the front. Very rare combination to find. There is no makers mark to the box. GBP 650.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS692) A Nice Early Issue Black Wound Badge in Brass. The badge has no maker marks I can see. The front which has the hard black enamel paint is virtually 90% intact to the front. Given for one wound in combat, the badge is a highly regarded war badge open to the general public after 1944. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS697) A Wound Badge in Silver for 3-5 wounds. The badge is of mid war construction with a separately applied hinge and hook. The badge is maker marked 92 and comes complete with its original paper packet of award which corresponds to this manufacturer. The paper packet is complete but worn. The badge has wear and tear to the highlights. Nice overall condition and a rare maker to find. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(M738) A Nice Finnish Travelling Badge from the Pre-WWII period. The badge shows a town overlooking a lake with the wording Olavinlimna to the base. The badge has no enamel damage to it. The badge amongst many others in this period, were manufactured firstly for tourist pieces and secondly for the military as souveniers so that they can build up a collection for the places they have been to. This one is for the town of Kuopio and this type has been noted on some of the German watch fobs. There is no enamel damage. Quite scarce to find. These badges have been rising in value quite considerably of late, with many people starting to have interest in the arctic war of 1940-1945. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC102) A German Army Roundel for use with the cap cockades on both peaked caps, side caps and other headwear. The roundel is maker marked GB39 and has both pins intact. Ideal for replacement, repairs etc it is in near mint condition. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC103) An NSDAP Cap Cockade with its enamelled roundel showing a red enamel border with a black swastika to the centre. The cockade is the zinc type in silver metal and only has one of its original pins. Becoming harder to find. This is a nice example for a political leader. Priced for lack of pin. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC104) A Police Cap Eagle being the 2nd type pressed one piece style manufactured in aluminium. The cap eagle has been removed from a cap and as such, has lost one of its pins. The other pin is still remaining. In nice overall condition. Will make a good display item. Priced for lack of pin. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC127) A Nice NS HAGO Gau Auf Marsch Bremen June 1934 Day Badge. The badge shows a side profile of Adolf Hitler and is of superb early bronze quality. Scarce to find like this. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC128) A Virtually Mint Condition Hitler's Thanks Day Badge, with all its original gilt finish intact. There are some light scratches to the badge but nothing too serious. The badge is for the Gau Sud Hannover area. These were issued after Hitler's coming to power. The badge is maker marked to the reverse for Pulmann and Crone. The award is complete with its pin. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P533) A Finnish Flak Unit Badge consisting of a black and red enamelled badge, which shows a flak gun and the date 1939. There is also the Finnish swastika and the emblem for the artillary. Very rare early Winter war badge, not often encountered. There is some minor enamel damage as can be seen on the black enamel SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(P565) A German made mechanical self winding automatic U-Boat Tribute Man's Watch, made by a new German watch making company. By one of the old East German groups. This is a brand new automatic stainless steel large size 52 mm watch by B-UHR, a limited edition of 50 pieces. The watch has 5 multi-function dials, consisting of a day dial, month dial, date dial, and 24 hour dial as well as the regular clock face. This means there are 7 moveable hands to this watch. The watch has a 21 jewelled automatic movement with adjustments for day, date, month and hours. The movement is housed in a 52 mm wide stainless steel anti-magnetic case, which is inscribed on the reverse "BEOBACHTUNGSUHR BAUART: U-BOAT GERAT-NR. **/50 ANFORDERZ FL23883 HERSTELLER: B-UHR DEUTSCHLAND". The watch's crown has an oversize screw protector, so you unscrew this, set the time, give it a wind and then wear it. It will then automatically self wind. You then have three composite push button adjusters. The top right one adjusts the month, the bottom right, adjusts the day date, the base dial is adjusted by the central time adjustment and the left hand dial adjusts to day. The watch comes on a nice thick leather wrist band with a brushed steel buckle fixing. The watch comes with its original case, international warantee booklet as well as its orginal purchase box being an aluminium case, opened by a spring catch. The inside of the case is lined in black velvet material and the watch is mounted on a pillow. To the top of the case, there is affixed an image of a Knight's Cross. The original price for these watches, when sold by the company, was $400.00 They have sold out. We have managed to acquire a small percentage of the stock before they sold out. Comes with the original padded box with irons cross decoration and the warranty booklet. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(P590) A Miniature Gold Mother's Cross being the variant style without the makers mark or Hitler's signature to the reverse. This has a little loop to the top and the enamel is nice and clean. The ribbon though is a little dirty, but nothing too serious. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P594) An NSDAP Party Badge in enamel. The badge is maker marked RZM M1/8. The badge shows minor wear and tear with the usual scratching and scuffs, only detectable under a magnifying glass. Priced for this. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS200) A 1st October Medal with a Prague Castle Bar affixed to the ribbon. The prague castle bar is a nice standard example with the big broad bladed prongs. The bronzed medal is a good countermatch in colouring to the bar. The award is on its original ribbon which shows that the prague bar was added sometime after the medal was given out, this is my own theory, as it has pierced through both parts of the ribbon. The ribbon is unsewn at the top, although there was a pin fitting that has rusted and has been removed, more in line with the continental pin fixings seen on Belgium/Dutch medals etc. Nice to find. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS612) A Superb example of an Early Silver Infantry Assault Badge. The badge is the stamped out type with virtually all of its original silver plated frosted and burnished finish intact. The badge though unmarked, is the type made by the firm Meyer and has the features associated with this. There is some staining, which will clean off. Very scarce to find infantry assault badge in this quality now. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS613) A Nice Early General Assault Badge being the Hollow Struck type from tombak metal with a silver plated finish applied. The badge has nice detailing and is a nice example for an early award. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS615) A Nice example of a heavy Early Gold Wound Badge. This is a standard maker marked No 30 with the broad pin. Made from early tombak, it shows a fair percentage of its original gilt finish. GBP 185.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS618) A Black Wound Badge being of standard construction and quality. This one is the brass 1st pattern type. The badge has a nice unusual hinge and hook soldered to the reverse. A nice variation to find. GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS641) A lovely condition 1957 Gold Wound Badge being in design similar to the wartime counterpart but going back to the original tradition with no swastika on the helmet. Nice quality and condition with a nice gilt finish. Scarce to find. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS657) USSR Officers Belt and buckle, Fully maker marked belt. I think this is from the 1980s, Nice and clean. Scarce to find GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(H1316) A German DRL Sports badge in Bronze, The badge is in very good condition for its age but the pin has suffered some corrosion. Un maker marked. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(H1586) A Norwegian issued Quisling Bravery Cross being 3rd Class. The cross is made in two pieces with a separately applied central suncross and eagle. Very rare to find the ribbon is a replacement . GBP 199.00 (UK Pounds)

(K535) A Nice Standard Cross of Honour with Swords being awarded to German veterans of WWI. The cross was issued to replace all the German state awards bar a few exceptions. The cross was given in three classes, swords for frontline combat troops, without swords for non-combatant troops, medics etc and in black for those troops who were killed in action and a cross was given to the relatives. This example is maker marked 84 R.V. Pforzheim to the bottom arm of the cross and the cross is complete with it's original ribbon. The cross is in very good condition The cross was recently acquired from a German House Agent from the centre of Germany. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(L595) A Nice example of Cased Iron Cross 1st Class for 1939 by the maker No 65 who manufactured amongst other things, the Knights Cross to the Iron Cross. Given for five or more acts of bravery, the cross is a highly regarded bravery award. This example retains most of its original silvered frosted and burnished finish with only a few tarnish marks due to finger wear. The frame is nicely soldered up with no splitting or cracking and the core as to be expected, is magnetic and retains most of its original paint finish. The case is a late war vacuum sealed type with a paper hinge, This has split, but the silk is still strong on the inside. Nice and clean, Scarce to find like this GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(M466) A Navy Tropical Bevo Woven Breast Eagle, The patch is in near mint condition, Very Rare to find one of these like this GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(M573) A Small Cloth Other Ranks Cap Eagle being yellow cotton on a black blue base. The eagle is of nice quality and construction but there is a minor moth nip to the lefthand black backing to the top wing tip as can be seen from the scan. Other than this, the badge is in very good condition. GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(M944) A Nice used example of a Navy Breast Eagle in bullion. The eagle is of cylon thread on a navy base. The eagle has been roughly cut from its tunic coming very close to the base of the swastika on the righthand side but it doesn't touch it. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(M1169) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 being of standard construction with a magnetic core and silver frame outer. The cross retains virtually all of its black painted finish and the silver frame has toned a dark colour which is not surprising, considering it is only a shade under 100 years! The core is held nicely between the silver sandwich and the ring on this example is maker marked but I cannot identify the number. Very nice to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(N133) A Nice example of an Iron Cross 1st Class by the maker L/11. This can be found to the reverse to the underside of the hook. The cross has tarnished over the years but nothing serious and is in very good condition. The only major fault which is a manufacturing fault, that I can find, is that the frame has sprung to the top when it was soldered together. This is a common fault with this type of cross. Other than this, as stated, in very good condition. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(N643) A Faithful Service Cross for 40 Years in its Case of Issue. The cross has no enamel damage and still retains most of its frosted and burnished finish. The cross also has its original pale blue ribbon that has faded over the years. To the reverse of the ribbon, it has its original pin fitting. It is contained in its original red two piece hinged case that has the Deschler name to the white underside of the silk lid. The case exterior is in red leatherette and has a gold blocked 40 to the lid. It shows usual handling wear and tear. All in all, a nice set. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(P422) A Scarce Bar mounted Mother's Cross being the commercially available brooch fitted type. The cross is the bronze issue and has no enamel damage. It is of one piece construction with the cross then soldered to the brooch. Scarce to find. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(P574) A nice mint Cloth BEVO Woven Totenkopf being uncut and unmounted and recently found on a roll. The skull is slightly off colour but is of nice quality. Scarce to find any original Waffen SS insignia nowadays. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS317) A Nice example of a used and worn Army Belt and Buckle. The buckle is the nice aluminium cast type maker marked FLL and has lost virtually all of its finish, reverting to the base aluminium. This is stained in a couple of places but nothing serious. The belt leather has its tab with a metalic belt hook sewn into it. It also has its leather tongue with holes for the buckle at the other end. There are a couple of other holes to the belt close to where the belt adjuster is. Overall length of the belt is about 95 cm. Nice condition, ideal for re-enactors who want to go one better and use the real thing! The buckle has been stored away until recently until now, this has served to preserve the buckle well. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS356) A Scarce to find LDO Marked Black Wound badge in LDO Paper Packet. The badge is the 2nd steel type maker marked L/56 under the pin The badge is in very good condition as is the paper packet. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS611) A Superb example of an Early Silver Infantry Assault Badge. The badge is the stamped out type with virtually all of its original silver plated frosted and burnished finish intact. The badge though unmarked, is the type made by the firm Meyer and has the features associated with this. There is some staining, which will clean off. Very scarce to find infantry assault badge in this quality now. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS614) A Nice Early General Assault Badge being the Hollow Struck type from tombak metal with a silver plated finish applied. The badge has nice detailing and is a nice example for an early award. This is the type with the variation eagle's head. Rare to find such nice quality. GBP 195.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS654) British WWI 1914-15 Star Trio to Private 08002 D C Bennet of the Army Ordanace Corp, Who was Mentioned in dispatches 31/8/1919, and who served in Egypt from 1/8/1915. The awards are mounted for wear and are in good condityion, also enclosed is a copy of the medal index card GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS659) A Rare example of a Cased Iron Cross 1st Class with a Card Case Outer. To start with, the cross is an unmarked example of standard three piece construction, which is nicely soldered up along the edge with no splitting or cracking. The iron core retains virtually all of its paint finish, and as such, the cross is virtually mint. This is housed in a flat topped box with a silver impressed iron cross outline to the lid. The box is the round cornered type and has no major wear and tear to it, other than the base, where it has a few scuff marks. This is contained in the card outer casing, which has the name of the award to the outside, as well as the date and the name of the manufacturer being the jeweller Robert Koch of Frankfurt Und Main. This manufacturer I have only ever had three of his outer card cases The first one I have, can be found in the book " The Iron Cross" by Gordon Williamson on page 121. Very nice cross to find. GBP 850.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS662) A Black and Bronze woven D.R.L Sports Badge. This is the style that was worn on the blazer on the left breast pocket at sports meetings etc. The badge appears to be the bronze grade. It is unmounted and unworn. Scarce to find nowadays. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS663) Sold as individuals, but part of a roll that were brought back from Berlin by a British soldier in 1945 and has been stored away up until now, the NRSL/DRL Woven Badge in Bronze is in virtually mint condition. The badge was worn on the blazer of DRL holders who had completed in sports events and got to a set grade this is dated 1940 . Not often encountered in such good condition. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS672) A Nice standard example of a German Golden Party Badge by the maker Fuess, and as such this is a 25mm size example. The badge is numbered 19809 a number that has not been found on a list as of yet. The badge is of nice quality and has had a pin and hook replacement during its service life The enamel and fire guilding are nice and undamage or stained. Nice text book example to find by this maker GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS675) A nice example of a used and worn Croat Navy Legion badge. The badge is the type with the inlay enamel of white and red on a naval and Croatian Chequer board. Unfortunately there is some minor damage to the enamel on the anchor's eye and top anchor's arm as can be seen in the scan. Other than this, the badge is in very nice condition and quire scarce. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(K313) A Spanish Officer's Belt Buckle showing a red enamelled cross on a Spanish eagle's chest, with a crown above. The red enamel has been bashed in places as can be seen from the scan. The item dates from the Franco period. and the number 1.84 is painted to the reverse. An unusual buckle. The size is approximately 7 cm high by 5 cm wide. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(L1241) A German Cross of Honour With Swords being the offical third reich replacement award for WWI. This example is manufactured from steel, with a bronze plating applied. The award has toned and is in very good condition. Maker marked CO within a triangle to the reverse. This was recently discovered during a house clearance in Germany. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(M194) A Nice Rare Cased Order of the Lion of Finland being a Commander's Cross worn around the neck. The cross is hallmarked on the eyering 813H, has the crown and the AT makers mark which appears to be for A.TILLANDER as this is the name under the lid of the case. The cross has no enamel damage and is of superb quality and construction. Often issued to German nationals, normally the SS Nordland division and Vikings were amongst those who received this cross, the cross comes complete with a small piece of red ribbon that has two hooks affixed at each end for fixing to a collar. The cross comes in its original two piece leatherette case of issue with the makers name under the lid. There is a cut out for the cross and this sits on a black velvet base and space for the ribbon is at the top. The black hard case has the Finnish lion holding a sword embossed in gold to the lid and is opened by a hinge and pop catch. Very nice to find. GBP 500.00 (UK Pounds)

(M358) A General Assault Badge in Very Nice Condition. The badge isa textbook example of an unknown maker shown in the book "A definitive guide to the German Awards of WWII Vol 1 The General Assault Badge" by Frank Heukemes on page 225 where shown are its unique features associated with this maker of a half cut hook. This award was recently purchased from a houseclearing agent in Germany. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(M934) A Superb Bomber Bar by the maker Rudolf Souval being a post war example. The bar is made in the correct manner with a separately applied bomb emblem held by a single rivet to the clasp. The hinge and hook are classic 1945-47 fittings and the clasp is complete with its frosted and burnished finish. From the front, the clasp rivals any wartime example. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(P313) An SS Belt Buckle for OR's and NCO's. The buckle is maker marked O & C and Ges Gesch, this is near the buckle catch plate. The catch plate is soldered directly to the reverse of the buckle. The buckle is non-magnetic although the prongs and post are. The buckle retains some of its original silvered finish, but this has been worn down to the base silver metal that the buckle was constructed from. There is heavy wear and tear with bashing and pitting to the buckle and this has been cleaned aggressively. Having said this, the buckle doesn't look bad and is a nice example of this manufacturer. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(P387) A Nice example of a late war Case for a German Cross in gold or silver. This is the type wih the paper covered hinge and silk inner cover that is vacuum sealed. The card case as is usual, has the hinge cover split with only the silk now acting as the hinge. The inside white silk is age stained but is ok. The black flocking base though has had most of the black flocking worn away . SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 300.00 (UK Pounds)

(P526) A 1957 Silver Army Balloon Observer's Badge. The badge is of nice quality being a nice Earlier 1957. Becoming scarce to find, especially for some of the more scarce units. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(P530) A Nice example of a Finnish Regimental Belt Badge. The belt badge shows and upturned sword with three blades from the hilt handle, with a lynx head superimposed and a JR23 to the base. The badge is maker marked and in nice condition. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(P531) A nice Finnish Signals Belt Badge. The badge is maker marked on both the reverse and on the screw disc. There is no enamel damage. This is for the 15 Signal Company. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(P532) A Nice example of the Finnish Pioneer's enamelled Badge. The badge shows nice enamel work of blue, white and black. The badge is dated for 1940 and is a nice early issue for the Winter war of 1939/40. Very Rare Badge to find SORRY I AM ON HOLD 295.00 (UK Pounds)
(P534) A Rare example of the Finnish Navy Destroyer's Badge. The badge is in blue, white and red enamel and is for the Finnish destroyer Ilmarinen. This ship served in the Winter war as a coastal defence craft and continued into WWII until she was sunk by mines on the 13th September 1941. Only 132 men of the crew survived with 271 being lost. This badge was instituted in 1940 to those members who served in the defense of Finland of the Russian forces for the invasion of the Winter war. A very rare badge with much historical interest. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(P581) We have had a couple of customers ask us about different replacement cases and how they stack up against the wartime ones. So I thought I would highlight a few showing the original next to the replacement. This one is for the bar to the iron cross 1st class. The case is modelled on the BH Mayer versiona and has a nice silver eagle embossed to the lid. The case is opened by a rectangular brass press stud with a brass hinge to the back of the case. The inside of the case has a white silk padded lid and black base velvet hard card inner with a cut out to take the pin, hinge and hook. This is set at a standard size, but if needed, you could take the base out with a pen knife and cut a little more out of the pin hole to accommodate slightly longer bars. The quality is reasonable and the case matches the original to compliment an award. This particular example is priced at GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds) each, so excellent value for money.

(RS96) A U Boat (U592) grouping of items belonging to Helmut Bartholomy. There is his U-boat Document, dated 9th May 1942, his Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class and a High Seas Fleet Award dated for 6th January 1943. All the Citations are in very good condition, with only the U-boat citation folded. It also states that he was on the cruiser Leipzig. There is also a photograph album with the grouping, with approximately 15 loose photos and several pages filled in in an album. Over half are military based photos with some showing life in the navy and RAD. Several photos appear to have been removed. Scarce grouping to find.(Note: Helmut Bartholomy was Killed in action on 31.01.1944 whilst on U592 s.w of Ireland and the 3 awards other than the High Seas Fleet award are to do with U592)

GBP 750.00

(MEDAL-CASES) Over the years we have had many collectors and dealers ask if we can supply replacement boxes and award cases for their medals. Also, others have asked what the best method of storage is for their investment. We have been approached by several suppliers of replacement cases, unfortunately, we have found the cases to be either of poor quality or priced far too highly, or both. However, one of the worlds leading suppliers of Third Reich Replacement Orders, medals and badge cases makers has recently got in touch with us and has offered to supply us with their products. We have found these examples to be of good quality and affordable. These cases offer real value for money, as not only do they protect your investment, but also show off the award to its best and the cases highly replicate the original award cases. This makes for a cracking display, they are good for storage and movement into the bargain. With some original cases costing several hundreds of pounds this means adding a case can be affordable, as well as practical. For more details please click on the image on the left

A nice older Inuit carving of a Walrus with plastic tusks. Nice side profile with a good face. The walrus has been stored away for several years. The carving is approximately 5 inches long by 3 inches high by 2 inches wide. The piece is inscribed at the bottom "Herb, 1990 Canada". This is a nice carving with lots of detail. The carving weighs in at approx 600 grams and as it's in the UK, there will be no customs charge added if sold in the UK and EU. GBP. A very endearing piece. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

A unique Inuit Art hand carving of a seal relaxing. This simple yet elegant piece of art was made by the well known artist Noah Meeko in 2002. This carving comes with an Igloo Tag (Certificate of Authenticity from the Canadian Government) and has a base sticker with matching number. This carving measures 6 cm tall, by 5 cm wide, and 20 cm long and weighs approx 460 grams. The sculpture is made out of Sanikiluaq stone argillite and has a natural seam runnig through the middle as can be seen . A nice carving that is pleasing to the eye.

GBP 149.00 (UK Pounds)

(JC587) A Superb refurbished manual wind Wrist Watch as manufactured for pilots and air crew in the Soviet Union during the 1940-60 period.The watch is one of a very few that have been recently discovered in the Molnija watch factory in the former USSR these watches were modelled on the German Laco Luftwaffe watches. The watch has been rebuilt the old original movement with a new stainless steel case and mineral front glass fitted. The watch also benefits from a nice new leather strap and case to hold it. The movement has been cleaned and oiled when it was hand finished by the watch factory, a prestigious firm. The watch is in perfect working order and has a nice large face being approximately 48 mm wide, not including the crown winder. These are nice and chunky making it easy to wind the watch. Once wound, it won't need re-winding for 30 hours or so. As a manual wristwatch, it is accurage within 2 minutes over a 24 hour period which is to be expected. It is robust and strong in construction, but like all mechanical pieces, it should be treated with respect, as I feel the watch is an investment not just a working item. The watch is anti-magnetic and has an 18 jewelled movement. Very nice watch to find with a quality built movement. A very masculine design.

GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(JC561) A Very Rare East German Made " R U H L A " Glider Pilots Sports Watch. This is a very unique model in the East German Sportsman line, by this well known East German owned company . The watch dates from the 1967-19705 period and to the watch plastic backing plate, it states that it is anti-magnetic, waterproof and tropicalized. The front has a nice silver edge and a silvery white dial with black Roman numerals. It also has the firms name "Rulha", "Anti-magnetic" and "made in the GDR" to the bottom below the "6" numeral. The watch has been cleaned and serviced and comes with a nice fitted strap. The watch keeps excellent time and is a hand wound mechanical movement with a hand stem that winds and adjusts the time. This is one nice large size watch made for export with the watch approximately 40 mm wide (not including the crown).

GBP 99.99

(Stickers) Part of a group of items, these sticker were used by the German police to show they had checked buildings for survivors and secured the premises. The stickers have 100% of their glue to the reverse and measure approx 15cm by 15cm. Priced at 3.00 each but for 10 or more they are priced at 2.50 each


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GBP 6.56 (UK Pounds)

(K1237) A Large selection of a German Day Badge showing a man holding some ski's marching. I cannot remember where I have seen this badge but I think it was an SA Ski /whw Tradition Badge. The badge is in pressed silver metal and is of very nice quality and construction.

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds) Each

Please note: we now also supply the following items

  • Medal Envelopes, in inert plastic. 10 Envelopes at GBP 2.00

  • Collectors pocket Magnifying Glass (Jewelers Loop) with both X 10 and X 20 Magnification in a little pocket case and box. GBP 25.00

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