(L644) A mid war zinc based Coastal Flak Badge being maker marked "Schwerin Berlin" in two lines in raised lettering to the reverse. The badge shows zinc bubbling under the plated finish although this isn't too serious. There is also a large percentage of the gilt finish intact, this has in fact dulled over the years. Nice to find a mid war quality marked example. GBP 165.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS848) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Logistics Officers Collar Partch pair found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS849) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Air force Lance Corpral`s Collar Partch pair found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS855) A nice and hard to find Finnish Volunteer's Winter War Medal. This is in the Iron class. Awarded to foreign Volunteers in the Finnish armed forces for the winter war against Russia in 1939-40. The award is magnetic and comes with a bar "Kenttaarmeija" and the crossed swords emblem. Approximately only 10000 of these awards were made, making it almost as rare as a German Knight's Cross. In very good condition. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC302) A New Book entitled "The Orders, Deocrations and Medals of Finland". This book covers all the awards issued by this country including their bravery decorations, campaign medals, several of the 1918/19 commemorative badges, officer course badges, badges and awards officially awarded to foreign volunteers in the winter was of 1939-1940. The book gives issue numbers and rarity ratings where known. When ordering, please let us know which country you are in so we can quote you for postage. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC310) A WWI Victory Medal in very good condition. The medal was issued to Belgian troops who had fought in WWI. The medal is age stained but ok. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC311) An Army or Naval Officer's Breast Eagle. The eagle is the type removed from the white Summer tunic. This example has had its pin and hinge etc removed and appears to have been stuck onto something, probably an album. In nice condition other than this and an ideal frame display item. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(P589) A Nice Packeted Mid war Russian Front Medal by the maker 100. The medal retains much of its original silvered and gunmetal finish. The award was given for service in the Winter of 1941/42. Nice to find in this lovely condition. The award comes complete with its full length ribbon and the medal has not been mounted. The paper packet is in good condition with only minor wear and tear and is maker marked for the Rudolf Wachter & Sohne etc GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P622) A near mint Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle being of standard off white thread on a field grey background. The eagle is in nice condition with a nice amount of its grey border intact. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P623) A Japanese issued China Manturian War Medal complete with Bar. The ribbon has a nice clip mount fitting. The award is contained in its original presentation box with Japanese characters to the lid. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P709) A Mid to Late war Minesweeper Badge being a standard RK issue. This is the type with the cast in hinge and countersunk hook. The reverse has in raised letters R.K for Rudolf Karnath and Sohn. It shows the usual mine explosion in grey zinc with a silver wash to the centre, with a blue oxidised sea encompassed by a gilt oakleaf wreath, with at the apex, an outstretched winged eagle holding a swastika. The badge retains a high percentage of its original finish. It was given to crew men of minesweepers and submarine hunters. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(P710) A War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords. The cross is the earlier type with a separately applied eyering. The cross has some darkening to it as can be seen from the scan, but nothing too serious. In good condition. GBP 27.50 (UK Pounds)

(P711) A Very Nice Example of a War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords Citation, signed by General Der Infanterie Keitel. Also has a facsimile signature of Generalfeldmarschall which is printed under the award's designation. A similar example is shown in the book "Forman's Guide to Third Reich German Documents Vol 1 on page 193. The document is unpunched and unfolded and is nice in the fact it has the Keitel signature. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(P712) A Nice example of a War Merit Medal, being an Early bronzed example that is nice and clean. The award is complete with a long length of original ribbon, which is also nice and clean, and is the slightly orange edge type as opposed to the normal bright red. GBP 22.50 (UK Pounds)

(P713) A Nice example of an A4 sized Award Citation for the War Merit Medal. The citation has the basic details printed, but with the recipient's name, place of work and designation as well as date, typed in. These type of citations were given to those German civilians and employees who helped in the German war effort. The citation also has the embossed seal of the reichs chancellory to the lefthand side. Scarce to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(P714) A WWII Hungarian Fire Cross. The cross was given to Hungarian troops who had taken part in combat normally on the Russian Front. The medal consists of a cross in similar shape to the cross of honour, with a copper colour wash applied, and the wording A HAZAERT to the central disc, which it then has an oakleaf wreath around it. There are also two crossed swords to denote that this is the combat version of the cross. The cross is similar to the cross of honour, in that there are three classes as well as in design. A scarce award to find. Issued in 1941, Hungary was taken over in 1945 and as such, these crosses weren't issued after that period. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(R5-6) A Knight's Cross of the War Merit Cross Without Swords. The cross is a standard 900 number 1 marked example made by the firm of Deschler and as such, this cross has the two main die flaws that are often encountered on the reverse. One being part of the 3, the other being to the bottom righthand arm within the v of the metal. Both these flaws are present. The cross is also hung on its original ribbon, being full length with ties that has been sewn up in the centre. The suspension loop has oxidised. It has taken a couple of knocks, but nothing too serious. The cross retains much of its original frosted and burnished finish.Less than 150 of these crosses were awarded during WWII and this is only the second we have had to offer, in the last 25 years! The cross is textbook in every way and matches the ones shown in the latest book "The War Merit Cross" by Gordon Williamson and Josef Charita, on pages 203-206. The cross could do with a sympathetic clean, if so desired, using no chemicals. We have also acquired for it one of the modern replacement Knight's Cross of the War Merit Cross cases as it is virtually indestinguishable from the wartime counterparts and just show cases the item beautifully, protecting it also. Please see scans. Are rare item.SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 5995.00 (UK Pounds)

(R15) A Bar to the Iron Cross 2nd Class being the scarce 1st pattern style with the scolloped out edges. The bar looks like the L/57 type, which I believe is Boerger and Co. as the eagle has the same head as the marked 2nd pattern examples I have had. The badge has two reverse pins going top to bottom and is on a nice piece of original ribbon. Also with this is an Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 being of nice quality and construction, with a magnetic centre and a silver frame, that is nicely soldered around it. The iron centre retains virtually all of its original black paint work and as such, the silver has toned a blackish colour matching the cross. The cross is maker marked N to the ribbon loop. A very nice very early issue set. GBP 395.00 (UK Pounds)

(R16) An SA Cap Eagle with just remains of the pins soldered along the reverse. The eagle has been stuck to something at some time. The eagle retains its black painted swastika and is a nice good quality striking. Ideal for display and priced for condition. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(R20) A torn in half Pass for a Member of the German Red Cross. The pass has had the photograph removed but is well stamped up. It also shows that this person survived the war, as there is a notation to the reverse. Priced for condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 5.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS760) A Finnish Winter War Medal with Clasp, with the title Karjalan Kannas. Also on the ribbon, are the crossed swords to note this is for combat. The award is a nice blue'd steel medal with as a central design, a Finnish soldier defending his homeland. Around the edge, are the coats of arms fo the regions of Finland, with, at the base, the date 1939-1940. To the top it also has the two arms holding the scimitar and straight edge sword. The reverse has the standard Kunnia Isanmaa wording to it. Very nice to find, the ribbon is sewn up for wear. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS850) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Air force Sergants`s Collar Partches found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS851) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Coastal Artillery Officers Collar Partches found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS862) A rare Finnish badge for Separate Battalion 10. The badge is a nice belt buckle badge in silver and hallmarked L6 for 1940 and maker marked both on the post fitting and badge . The screw post has lost its tightness to the screw thread and as such the post plate is loose. The badge shows the digets Er.P10 1939-40 to the front. This is a very rare winter war badge and only the second I have seen, See the book "Talvisodan Asevelimerkit " by Matti Allonen & Jari Nykanen printed 2015 page 115 for details and page 194 for the pictures of the two types . GBP 425.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS864) Finnish Regimental Badge for the Artillery Regiment 14. The badge is nice and clean with a maker mark both to the disc and badge. This date from around 1941-1944. Scarce badge to find GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS865) A German WWII Close Combat Clasp in Bronze for the Army, being a used and worn example by the maker Ausf A.G.M.u.K. Gablonz and with the designer's name of Fec W. E. Peekhaus, Berlin to the lefthand side. The magnetic back plate shows what appears to be glue or melted plastic marks which appears to be where someone has stuck it to a board or something. These look like rust spots until you look at them under a glass. The clasp has a fluted magnetic pin with a nice countersunk hook and a cast in hinge. The backing plate is nice and tight and held in by four horizontal lugs. The clasp is in very good condition with most of it's original bronze intact. This has now turned a darkish bronze. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC170) A Nice aluminium Day Badge with an eagle holding a swastika and to its chest the word TAT. This is for Winter Help in Hamburg for 1936-1937 and has a Hamburg maker to the reverse of Carl Wild. GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

( (R7) A Magnetic Krim Arm Shield with a magnetic back plate affixed to a piece of black backing cloth. There is no paper affixed to the reverse and there appears to have never been any and this has toned to a nice over all light brown colour. There is a little handling wear to the top corners of the shield, which can be seen from the scan. The shield has edge tab fixings holding it to the back plate. The steel shield still retains much of its original bronzing and is in near mint condition, with no rusting. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(R9) A War Merit Cross 2nd Class without Swords in its Paper Packet of Issue. The cross is the earlier bronze type with a separately soldered eye ring. This is unmarked. The cross comes complete with its War Merit Cross 2nd Class Without Swords ribbon and is contained in its brown envelope of issue, which has the award's title printed in black ink to the front and has the maker's name Carl Poellath printed to the reverse. This packet is also in near mint condition and it is a nice to find example. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(R10) A DRL Sports Book Citation complete with the owner's Photograph, as well as his Swimming Certificates, dated for 1929 and 1931. The owner at this particular time for the first certificate was 11 and 13 for the other. Also, there is a photograph of the young man in his suit, now a youth, with two lapel badges showing. The book is well filled out, showing he is entitled to wear the DRL Sport's Badge in Bronze. The recipient's name is Walter Jacobs. A nice grouping of paperwork. SORRY I AM SOLDGBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(R11) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 being maker marked on the ribbon loop 800 and CD. The cross is a nice Early example and for 100 years old, is in very good condition. There is no splitting or cracking to the silver frame and the magnetic iron core retains most of its original paint finish. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(R12) A German Booklet entitled "Ein Kampf Um Deutschland". The downside to this booklet is it has been pierced all the way through the book by something. The upside is there is no de-nazification. The book describes the battles between the nazi's and the communists and ends showing a photograph of Hitler with his brown shirts. The booklet is dated for 1933, the year Hitler ascended to power. Scarce to find. Priced for condition which other than the piercing, is very good. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(R13) A Nice Early NSDAP Tie Pin Party Badge. The badge is of standard design of red, white and black enamel, and has a tie pin fixing to the reverse. This type was manufactured before Hitler came to power. As such, it is not the RZM often encountered, type. The badge is of standard size. Scarce to find these early examples. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(R14) A Souval Post War Silver Anti-Partisan Badge. The badge is of nice heavy quality and construction, with nice die work. These badges used to be passed off as original wartime, with the removal of the hook. Manufactured from zinc, straight after the war, many veterans have these items in their souvenir bags and these were a legitimate form of currency, traded between the civilians and the occupying forces. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(R17) A German Cap Eagle that has been drilled in one corner, as both pins are missing. This was probably to sew back to a cap. This has also been filled in with glue. The eagle is the earlier silvered variety, often worn on political peaked caps. The eagle's head faces left. The reverse has no pins intact now and I cannot see any manufacturer's marks. Of good quality. Priced for condition. GBP 1250 (UK Pounds)

(R18) An Army Flak Badge being a mid to late war example, with a countersunk hinge and hook. The badge is similar in construction and design to the Hermann Aurich type but this one is marked LM within a circle. The badge as is often the case with these ones, shows a storage wear and tear that is often encountered on this particular maker. Of nice quality and construction, this type is a known maker though unidentified, who was in co-operation with the Aurich. Not often encountered these days. GBP 550.00 (UK Pounds)

(R19) A Nice example of a would be Mint German Army Officer's Dagger. The dagger was surrendered in May 1945 and has been hung up on a wall for many many years after this event. The downside to this is that the silver brockade has adversely affected the reverse crossguard where it has oxidised and pitted into the metal. The upside is that the dagger is near mint apart from this. The dagger has a nice white grip and has its original portee knot and straps that are backed in green velvet. The straps are nice and clean and show minimal wear and tear. The dagger still retains much of its original silvered finish. The dagger loops actually slide off the scabbard, showing the steel finish underneath. The blade which is nice and clean, has the maker's trademark of AES, a maker not often encountered. The dagger could probably do with a minor clean, but it is still in very nice condition. From the front, the dagger is as mint as you can get. A superb untouched example, worthy of any collection. Priced for pitting damage. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC290) A Small Research File to do with a German Member of the Luftwaffe called Michael Schmid. The documentation contains photocopies of his service, email between two English people, concerning this person and what the folder consists of, a couple of original letters and an official wehrmacht document. Ideal for those who wish to research further, or for any school projects that someone may have. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)


(GH16) A 1957 Knights Cross with a Set of 1957 Oakleaves. The oakleaves to the cross are 800 silver marked to the 5 o clock position. The loop is nicely rounded and it is soldered completely along the back. This type of oakleaf was often passed off as an original wartime Steinhauer and Luck style, as the detailing is so good. The Knight's Cross is an Early cross with the 1st pattern core, with the enlarged oakleaves. The core is also iron and it is encompassed in a nice early postwar frame that has no flaws to it. There has been a glue repair to part of the frame where it has sprung open in the arms with a bit of glue overspill to the painted finish, just about the numerals 18 to the reverse. This in no way detracts and could be removed if someone wished to do so. The top eye has been drilled in the original manner to take a double loop. The quality is excellent. The cross comes complete with a piece of 1957 ribbon which has two loops sewn in at the end. The cross is contained in a modern case, probably from the 1970's, as it has the foam underside to the white silk. This has not been opened to examine the inside. All in all, a very good example of an early cross and oakleaves. Taking everything into consideration GBP 450.00(UK Pounds)

(CS143) An NSDAP Button Stud Party Badge being of full size. The badge has no enamel damage and has a nice clean front. The badge is maker marked to the reverse M1/100 as well as RZM. Nice to find. GBP 80.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS414) A POW Dog Tag with the following characters stamped in KR.GEF.LAGERXIB NO21828, though another number has been stamped out on this example, that was 710718. This happened when inmates were transferred to new camps. Scarce tag to find, the tag is in very good condition and complete and manufactured from zinc. The tag is in good condition for its age.
GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS794) A selection of Four World War Two German Army post cards All are in VGC SORRY I AM HOLDGBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS824) A Grouping of NSDAP Party Badges to a husband and wife. The party badges are of nice low issue numbers, being 1401, 1402 and consists of a 25 mm party badge for 1401 which is the Feuss type and marked as such on the back plate of the retaining pin. The badge to the front shows wear and tear, with some chipping to the enamel, specifically to the red enamel around the letters of NA of the national part of the slogan. Then we have the next 25 mm badge which is an unmarked Deschler. This again has enamel damage, again to the red enamel, as well as the white enamel, as can be seen from the scan. The badge is complete with its original pin fixing. Finally, the large size party badge that has had a replacement pin fixing to the reverse. Surprisingly, the front enamel on this example in in good condition with no major chips, dings or scratches. With this trio, comes a little bit of research, showing that the party badges belonged to Helene and Richard Walther. Richard was the Burgemeister of the town of Ilmenau in Thuringen and was apparently on the run when the town was occupied by the allied forces as it was a town that had camps holding foreign slave labourers, to which he would have been party to. There are also copies of his party registration card, a picture of his wife of 1934 and a copy of her party registration also. There are also some letters and correspondence. The group is worthy of further research. This couple were obviously very early supporters of Hitler and his party regime, joining the party in 1925, with both of them joining on 6/4/25. Becoming increasingly hard to find now early NSDAP badges especially to a high profile couple, such as Mr and Mrs Walther. GBP 3250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS838) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Engineers Lance Corporal`s Collar Patches found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic. GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS863) A Finnish 1942 Artillary Course Badge for "TKK3" & "Korpr.k" (3rd Battalion Corporals Course) The Red and black enamel cross has a flaming grenade riveted to the front. There is no enamel damage . The cross is unmarked but the screw disc is marked. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(J341) A Medal Ribbon Bar for the 4 year Army/Navy Long Service Medal having a small silver Army/Navy eagle holding a swastika on a nice clean blue ribbon. The eagle has no tarnish and is of magnetic construction . The ribbon is crimped in position and this was part of a tailor's stock in Germany just recently acquired. Near Mint GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1874) A Nice Memorial Card to a Johann Vogl showing him in military tunic wearing a side cap. The card shows he was an obergreifreiter in an infantry regiment and was killed in action in the Ukraine. The card also states he was holder of the wound badge, the krim shield and the ost medal and gives his date of birth as 17.10.19 and his date of death 12.1.44. In nice condition and scarce to find one with many entries. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(K1085) A West Wall Medal being the 2nd issue Bronzed over a zinc base metal in it's original Paper Packet of Issue. The packet is maker marked Carl Peollath Schrobenhausen and it is in near mint condition. The award comes complete with a piece of ribbon. The medal itself is near mint but faded with the zinc pulling the bronze finish into it.
GBP 27.50 (UK Pounds)

(M1387) An Italian Gil MSVN pressed aluminium Cap Badge in used and worn condition. The badge was the type worn by the youth of Italy. In good condition.

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC155) A Nice Early quality SA Day Badge for 1938 showing an upturned sword with the SA logo to the hilt surrounded by oakleaves. With a plaque to the bottom giving the SA group's name of Hochland to it. The reverse is maker marked as well as RZM marked, giving the badge a nice duel mark. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC160) A Nice blood and boden Farmer's Day Badge showing an eagle perched on the blood and boden plynth, dated for 1939 for the area of Leipzig. The badge has a nice maker's mark to the reverse of Fechler. A scarce badge to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC244) A nice example of an early tombak made Destroyer badge by the maker GWL and marked as such to the reverse in capital letters. The badge retains a high proportion of it's silver and gilt finish and a similar example in Niemann's catalogue Vol. 2 page 771. Very hard to find early type Destroyer Badges nowadays, especially in this condition. GBP 299.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC300) A nice new book on Finnish Regimental badges from 1939-45. (Including the winter war,Volunteers and the continuation war 1941-45) The down side is its in finnish text, but the upside is it has loads of pictures of rare Finnish Regimental badges in colour, laid out by regiments, and units, Though not all the badges are shown, a large amount are. Only just printed the book is almost imposible to get now . GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC303) A World War One Iron Cross 1st Class 1914 being a nice Early made slightly convexed example. The cross is non- maker marked. There is no splitting or cracking to the frame or core and the core retains most of its original painted finish. Very scarce to find in this condition. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(N1207) A Stuttgart 1938 Medal being of bronzed metal. This shows the main castle in Stuttgart to the front with the wording to the reverse as well as a date of the 13th-15th November 1938. In nice condition GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(N1211) A German Silver Singing Medal showing a harp surrounded by a music sheet and laurel leaf to one side and engraved to the reverse GEST.V.OL.WINTERBECKER LIEDERTAFEL KIEL-HASSEE 24 May 1925. The edge of the award is also marked 900 SILBER. This probably could be researched. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(P401) A Nice Early example of a German Pilot's Badge by C.E. Juncker in its Case of Issue. The badge is marked as such with the full trade mark. The condition is very nice overall. It is contained in its original award case of issue which has the title of the award impressed on the lid. The case is of mid war construction with the paper topped flocking and a cut out in the base for the pin. The case has handling wear and tear with the flocking paper showing this. Nice award to find, this is the standard type that is often found from veteran sources. GBP 1200.00 (UK Pounds)

(P715) A nice Finnish medal group of four consisting of the following awards, A Knights Cross of the Finiish Order of the white rose, ( type 1924-1940) A 2nd class bravery medal for the Cross of Liberty, 1918, and then another for 1941, and then a finnish Blue Cross with clasp 1917-1918. The Knights cross, is silver hallmarked and has no enamel damage, Nice grouping to a finnish officer. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(P719) A book "The Iron Cross A History 1813-1957 by Gordon Williamson" , This is the A5 hard back 2nd edition printed in 1985. In very good condition with dust jacket etc Very useful for the Iron Cross collectors GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

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)
(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

(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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(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.

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