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(CS351) A Silver Infantry Assault Badge being a mid to late war example with the hinge and hook counter sunk into the reverse of the badge. The badge has turned a slate grey and lost virtually all of its original silvered finish. The badge has not been put down to any specific maker although this style is often encountered.
GBP £85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS889) A German Navy Corp insignia for a Boatswain being a Blue star on a white background. This is in good but stained condition GBP £ 5.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS890) A Navy Obergefreiter service Stripes of gold bullion on a dark blue backing cloth. In nice condition GBP £ 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS891) Der Fuhrer`s small Booklet "Kampf im Osten 3" this deals with the campaign in Polan from 15 September to 30th of September. The booklet is in clean condition with lots of nice mini pictures. GBP £ 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS892) A Single NCO`s Coastal Artillary Shoulder board, with a single pip and metal Coastal Artillary emblem attached to a green shoulder board with gold tresse. The board has a little mothing but nothing to much, Removed with other display items at the end of the war GBP £ 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1081) A German Army Trophy Belt consisting of the following items affixed to it. From left to right, there is a Police Cap Badge with both prongs intact, this is of mid war zinc construction and has oxidised. Then there is a hollow pressed General Assault Badge in good condition, which still exhibits its polished swastika. Then there is a panzer lanyard centre in aluminium, this has two of the four pins intact. Then there is a well corroded Day Badge, then an Old Comrades Membership Badge, in good condition. Then there is the belt centre for a political buckle, then a Hitler Youth Diamond that has some enamel bruising and cracking, then there are two Political Buttons in Silver with an eagle holding a swastika, then there is an SA Cap Eagle, again flanked by two buttons, flanked again by a Hitler Youth diamond, this is not bruised. Followed by another Police Cap Eagle, this time being an Earlier example with both pins intact. Then an early 1929 Day Badge for Nuremburg, this one's pin has broken from the badge, and has rusted but is still in good condition. Then an SA Sports High Leader's Badge with no enamel damage to the black around the badge. Then a Hollow Pressed Silver Panzer Badge with a burnished swastika of very nice quality and construction and finally an Infantry Assault Badge which has oxidisation marks. The belt buckle itself is the transitional type with a separately applied centre. This is fitted onto a black leather belt, that has had holes cut to take some of the badges. None of the badges have been removed from the belt, they are as they came. In very good condition. GBP £1500.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC316) An Exceedingly Rare SS 12 Year Service Cross in its Case of Issue (I think the case is a replacement, age unknown) . The cross is a nice one piece die stamped example, with all the usual features and flaws of the known originals. The cross has a nice oxidised and frosted silver finish, with the high points burnished to front and back. The teardrop eyering is standard to these as is the burnished shampfered eyering. The cross comes with its original wide ribbon that has the SS runes embroidered into it. It appears that at some point this has been mounted to a bar and removed. The case is a two piece hard case with a black leatherette covering with two silver SS runed embossed to the lid. Opened by a magnetic press stud, the case is also hinged with a steel hinge. To the inside of the case, it has a nice white silk lining with a burgundy compartmented base to hold the ribbon and cross. All in all, this is a very rare award to acquire. In exceedingly fine condition. Few of these were ever awarded. GBP £3999.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC476) An SA Sports Badge in Bronze being of standard construction. The badge is a bronzed washed steel manufactured award with a large proportion of its finish still intact. The badge is an SA.FUHRUNG. type amd is manufactured by Karl Hensler of Pforzheim. In nice used condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £ 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC548) An NSDAP Party Cap Eagle being a nice silver quality metal of early striking. Complete with its two soldered pins to the reverse, the cap eagle is in very good condition but is non maker marked. GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC621) A Nice and Scarce example of a Faithful Service Cross in its LDO Case of Purchase. The cross is in virtually mint condition and contained in a two piece paper hinged dark purple LDO marked case. The case to the inside has a light mushroom colour brown with a cut out to take the cross in the flocked base. The case is in very nice condition and is unmarked. GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC644) A Nice example of the Schinkel Iron Cross 2nd Class. The cross has a lovely silver frame, being oxidised and burnished, with a nice magnetic iron core, being identical in shape and design to the WWI crosses. These crosses were quickly superceded by the more well known and curvier counterparts. GBP £275.00 (UK Pounds)

(P609) A Ribbon Bar of Two being the ½ size Ribbon Bar for the Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939 and the West Wall Medal. The bar is in good clean condition and has green wool sewn to the reverse. GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(P641) A used and worn World War Two German Silver Wound Badge. This is the zinc cast type and has no makers mark but is probably a No 4. Priced for condition GBP £ 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(R33) A Nice Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is an unmarked example, with a nice iron core encompassed by a nice silver frame, that has been soldered and hand finished. There is no splitting or cracking to it. This has turned a petrol black'ish colour, but you can still see the original frosted and burnished finish to it. The cross paint core is virtually mint. GBP £100.00 (UK Pounds)

(R340) A Nice German Third Reich NSDAP Party membership card, The card is a pink one with the Number of the holder being No 7802435 printed onto it, Its dated 1940 and has stamps from 1940 -1941. Super condition and becoming hard to find GBP £ 80.00 (UK Pounds)

(R382)A Nice Membership Badge for the Finnish Lotta Svärd Organisation. The badge consists of a blue swastika with the wording Lotta Svärd. To each arm of the swastika is the Finnish rose. To the reverse, it has a nice pin fixing and is silver hallmarked, silver date marked. This one is issue numbered119278 . There is no enamel damage. The badge is a rather nice design, given to the Finnish female auxillary service. These women undertook many duties from nursing to cooking, sewing, driving etc GBP £ 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(R384) A Nice Commemorative Pin manufactured in 813 silver and hallmarked as such. The pin which is shield shaped, was worn by veterans who had taken part in the Winter War and therefore, has the date of 1939 to the top. To the foreground, it shows a Finnish knight in armour, holding a shield and a sword, defending Finland, with the castle to the background representing the wall or defensive line of Finland. GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(R386) A Silver Medal of the Order of Liberty for the continuation war, where Finland joined with Germany and the Axis against Russia, to reclaim its lost territories. The award is often found in German and axis medal groups and was given for acts of bravery, equal to the iron cross 2nd class. The date of 1941 was when the award was instituted for the continuation war and like the German East front medal, it symbolises the start of this campaign, and features on this medal. In nice condition. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(R436) A classic text book example of an E-Boat Badge 2nd Pattern by the premier maker Schwerin. This is the type manufactured of zinc that is then plated. The badge is of mid war construction and retains virtually all of its plated finish. The badge's golden wreath has turned a pale yellow. The silver boat has also toned over the years. Very hard to find these badges now, especially in this beautiful condition. The badge was taken at the end of the war and stored away until now. Will grace any collection. GBP £675.00 (UK Pounds)

(R437) A Superb and Near Mint 1st Pattern Fredrich Orth High Seas Fleet Badge. The badge retains virtually all of its original gilt finish, with a nice darkened ship cruising out of the centre. The badge is slightly convexed to the reverse, with the maker's initials FO in raised letters to the dished centre. Very rare to find in this condition. This one isn't to be missed. Probably the best non Schwerin High Seas Fleet badge we have had in 10 years! A classic Textbook example. GBP £325.00 (UK Pounds)

(S5) A German Armed Forces Service Sack being of rough hessian material. The sack measures approximately 4 foot by 28 inches wide. It has a black eagle and the wording H.Verpfl. 1944 to it. There is some black staining to the reverse and the sack has been folded for many years and stored away until now. Very unusual item, very unusual talking point. Good for a prop or collection back drop. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(S34) A tunic removed Cloth Afrika Corps Breast Eagle being the pale blue on camel brown. The bevo woven eagle has been removed from a tunic. There is some minor mothing, as can be seen but nothing too destracting. The tunic eagle has a pleasing "I have been there" appeal.SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £95.00 (UK Pounds)

(S35) A German Army Mountain Troops Edelweiss Arm Badge being the bevo woven type that has been removed from a tunic. The badge is of very nice quality and has the silver pick to the top with the white, yellow and green woven into the backing cloth. Becoming hard to find. This example is in very good condition. GBP £60.00 (UK Pounds)

(S36) A German Jaeger badge has been nicely removed and still have the fold around the edges, where the bevo woven oval ends . The Arm Badge has been removed from a tunic. This is in very nice condition. Not often encountered now. Very scarce. GBP £100.00 (UK Pounds)

(S37) An unusual Dutch Volunteer NSKK Badge showing a radial tyre with the wording Trouw to the top and a wolf's hook to the centre, flanked by a steel helmet and a downturned sword. The badge is of a bronze copper alloy and is very large being approximately 45 mm in diameter. I have often seen these badges that have have seen that isn't relic. Complete with pin fixing and hook to the reverse, I would say this is a badge been recovered in the East that have been dug up and are in relic condition. This is the first one I not often encountered in this condition. . Very scarce to find with very few issued and even fewer in collections today. The item was picked up at the end of the war and for a more indepth study of the award, please refer to the book "NSKK/NSFK" by Angolia/Littlejohn as an example is shown on page 333. £1250.00 (UK Pounds)

(S70) An NSKK Driver's Arm Diamond showing a silver eagle holding a swastika over a 6 spoked wheel. The silver is bullion wire woven into the backing black artificial silk. This is then formed over a diamond backing and sewn up. Very nice quality and condition. GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(S71) A Little NRSL Sports Pin in Silver. The badge has the letters NSRL Ges Gesch and the HA trade mark to it. The badge is of nice quality and construction and was worn by people who had achieved a standard in the NRSL sports organisation. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(S84) A Nice German Minefield Warning Pennant showing a skull and cross bone on a small yellow triangle. The flag is in good used condition, though a little grubby with age. A good talking point. GBP £17.50 (UK Pounds)

(S120) A Nice A4 size printed Document for the Mother's Cross in Gold. The document has been folded twice and shows the folds to it. The document was awarded to a Johanna Kleinhaus born Krause and she came from Dortmond. The document was issued on the 18th May 1944 and has a facsimile signature of Adolf Hitler as well as the seal embossed to the lefthand side. Nice to find. Nice and impressive. GBP £60.00 (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)

(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)

(CS1000) An Early West Wall Medal in very nice condition. The medal is the early bronze 1st issue type given to troops and workers who worked on the Seigfried line, Germany's answer to the French Maginot line. Nice condition GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1018) A nice early War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords. This is the later Zinc striking with a cast in eye ring. The award has a nice colour and comes complete with a nice piece of ribbon. Given for one act of bravery, not in the face of the enemy, this was the equivalent of the Iron Cross for non combatant awards GBP £ 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1080) A Nice example of an Early Schwering marked High Seas Fleet Award. The badge is fully marked to the reverse Fec Adolf Boc Ausf. Schwerin Berlin. The badge retains virtually all of its original gilt finish and is of early manufacture and quality. A very nice looking badge that is becoming increasingly hard to find in this condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £475.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC647) A Demjansk Armshield in Zinc. The armshield is of nice quality and construction with some zinc striping to the shield. This type of shield is shown in the Forman price quide and attributed to the well known author James Roger Bender who has had this style of armshield in his possession from the 1950's. When quationed about it, he stated his uncle bought it back at the end of the war. This type is often confused with the Flock copies from the 1980's, but has been proven that Flock actually copied this style. GBP £235.00 (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)

(R318) An NSDAP Early Party Membership Card for a member of the Nazi party who was in Austria. The card is dated from 1934 and has the number 8252 printed to it. The card also has the person's name, his date of birth and when his party card was issued. He also has to the reverse, some paper stamps stuck over the months, to show he paid his dues. Very scarce to find an early party card. GBP £100.00 (UK Pounds)

(S43) A well used and worn Zinc Party Badge being the painted type. The badge is in good overall condition, but has had some of the paint peel, as can be seen from the scan. The badge is maker marked RZM M1/101 in raised digits to the reverse. Nice condition, and becoming harder to find. This example is priced for the paint wear and tear. GBP £37.50 (UK Pounds)

(S44) A Nice Miniature Mother's Cross in Silver being mounted on its original ribbon and fixing pin. This brooch badge has no enamel damage and was the type worn by mothers on their service tunics etc. Nice quality and construction. GBP £65.00 (UK Pounds)

(S47) A Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge being the later war type dating from the 1944/45 period. This example is the first I have seen where they have put the rivet in and stippled it to match the feathers. This is the type that was war economy, where the early war examples had a bronze brass over eagle held by a single rivet attached to the badge. The badge therefore now, is of one piece construction with a separately applied hinge and hook and large dome rivet to the reverse. The badge is in very good condition and was given to the replacement luftwaffe army who did army combat duties and as such, they got the badge for the same criteria as the army counterparts. GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(S49) A pressed paper Hitler Youth Day Badge dated for 1939. The badge is for the Reichsport Wettkampf and shows the Hitler youth diamond atop of a stadium with the date 1939 and letters HJ to the base. A nice impressive day badge of pressed paper. Few of these would have survived, I would think. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(S104) A Nice NSDAP Party Reichspartag Badge for 1937. The badge shows three strong men supporting a plinth with an eagle holding a swastika to the top. To the base, it has the wording Reichspartag 1937 and it is maker marked to the reverse, G Brehmer. Nice to find, this is the type of light alloy with an aluminium paint dipped finish. GBP £30.00 SORRY I AM ON HOLD (UK Pounds)

(S105) A Nice and Scarce example of an Army Narvik Shield being the type that has the infill between the eagle's head and wings. Attributed to the firm of Deumer, this award is mounted onto army green backing cloth with a zinc back plate and then a secondary piece of cloth glued over this. The shield is of zinc construction and retains some of its original aluminim finish, although this has streaked as can be seen from the scan. Very nice and scarce shield to find, less than 10,000 were issued, although more were manufactured. This one has been pinned on a display board at some time and may well have come from a Deumer manufacturing board. GBP £375.00 (UK Pounds)

(S122) A German Arbeitsbuch to a woman called Frau Ludmilla Furst. The book is inscribed as such, although she changes her name by marriage to Rath. The book is filled out with employment from 1939, though the record goes back to 1927. The book has been partially de-nazified. With it comes a photograph of a man and woman, just got married, leaving the church. Then there are four felpost letters with one containing two postcards of naked women, one of which is a statue of Eve being seduced by the snake. These appear mostly to be from her brother and date from the 1944 period. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S123) Two copies of the Luft Post as dropped by the RAF. These are number 8 and number 11 and shows various propaganda etc. Dating from the invasion of Russia. GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S133) A 1957 Retired Pilot's Badge being of nice quality and construction with a nice oxidised eagle sitting on a silver rock, with a nice silver wreath around the edge. The badge is of nice quality and construction and probably dates from the 1960's. Scarce to find. GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)


(S137) A Box of Propaganda Matches. The box states there are around 45 matches in the box. The box is constructed in the traditional way with a wooden outer case encompassing a card box with the matches. There are striker plates on both sides of the wooden outer case. On the box lid, it shows the Finnish SS volunteer battalion badge in colour. It is a nice proper rendition. The box is in very nice condition and could possibly be used in an emergency as a regular matchbox. Picked up in Estonia's capital of Tallin about 6 years ago. We cannot guarantee the age of manufacture of these, however, they are attractive and are interesting paraphernalia at an affordable price.GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1044) A late war Cased Gold Wound Badge. The case is the vacuum seal type with the paper hinge and silk covering. Unfortunately, as is often the case, the paper has split, leaving just the silk holding the case together. The case has handling, wear, tear and scuffing as can be seen. Within the case, it is marked to the underside of the cut out to take the wound badge, 239 and 629KB. The wound badge is a mid to late war example maker marked 65. The badge only retains approximately 30% of its gold finish. The hinge and hook are cast in. Nice to find a late war gold wound badge in the correct pattern case. GBP £150.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC547) An NSDAP Party Cap Eagle being a nice silver quality metal of early striking. Complete with its two soldered pins to the reverse, the cap eagle is in very good condition but is non maker marked. GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC638) A German Navy Blockade Runner's Badge by the well known maker Schwerin. The badge is marked as such. The badge has the completely flat back and is the type marked fully Fec Otto Plazcek Berling and AUSF Schwerin Berlin, although some of this is obscured by the solder. The badge is of nice plated quality with some of the silver lifting from the eagle and some of the other plating blistering, where the zinc has burst through. This is only detectable with a magnifying glass and is a great age sign. GBP £325.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC646) An Air Defence Medal 2nd Class in its Case of Issue. The case has some staining to it, as can be seen from the scan and the paper hinge is split, although the cloth card hinge cover is intact. The grey case has in black letters printed, the awards designation to the lid. The case appears to have been repaired to the front on the top. Inside the case, we have a mouse grey paper liner stuck in with two compartments, one side for the medal and the other for the ribbon. The ribbon for the award is nice and clean. The medal is the thicker zinc type and is of standard quality and construction. There is no makers mark to the award and the award is unmounted. Priced for condition. GBP £99.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC651) A Nice Early Issue War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords. The cross is the Earlier brass type with the eye ring separately soldered to the award. Over the years, someone has polished the award, giving it a nice caramel colour. The award has also been at some time, dropped as the bottom arm is slightly bashed. The ribbon loop is maker marked on this example 35. The award comes complete with a piece of ribbon. Priced for polishing and ding. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC653) A Cross of Honour With Swords, being the standard issue to German armed forces in WWI. The award retains most of its original light gilt colour and is of magnetic construction. The award is maker marked to the reverse in raised letters L.NBG. The award comes complete with a small piece of ribbon. GBP £12.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC656) A well used and worn Russian Front Medal being the type when the base metal has reacted with the plating giving the plating a bubbled effect. The medal is maker marked on the medal loop, 55. In nice aged condition, the award has most of its plating still intact, but as stated, this has reacted with the base zinc to give that worn look. Priced for condition. GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC657) A 1st October Medal being in very good condition. The award is the Earlier bronze type being a caramel colour. The award's eye ring has been ovalled at some time. Other than this, it is in very good condition and complete with an original piece of ribbon. GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC658) A Nice example of a 1914 Cross of Honour as issued to the next of kin. The cross is of standard magnetic construction with a black paint fired to it. The cross is maker marked G & I. L. Becoming scarce to find, this is the most scarce of the three crosses for WWI. GBP £37.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC660) A Mother's Cross in Gold being the 16th Dezember type. The cross is in near mint condition, apart from an enamel fault to the centre when it was manufactured. This is only noticeable under a magnifying glass. Other than this, the cross is in beautiful condition. Complet ewith a piece of shortened ribbon. Priced for condiiton. GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC662) A Set of 3 Wartime Hitler Youth Swimming Championship Documents. The documents were isssued to the Hitler Youth Bann 243 and were awarded to a Wilhelm Kessel and has his name and group on them. The citations date from 1941-1943 and have a golden or bronze leaf stuck to them. Unfortunately, the slip covers have been removed and the awards have appeared to have been framed and then later on removed. In good condition, there is a rip and tear to one of them and some tears to others, with sticky tape fixing them. Please see scan. Priced for condition. GPB £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(R235) A Nice example of a flat backed Tank Badge in Silver. This has a nice hinge and hook fitting to the reverse and shows a machined finish. Of reasonable quality, the award retains most of its original aluminium finish to the front and back. There are no maker's marks I can see. In good condition. GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(R265) A Nice Bronze Mother's Cross in its original Brown Paper Packet of Issue. The paper packet is maker marked Lind & Meihrer to the base on the reverse and has the award's designation printed to the front. The bronze cross which is in near mint condition, is still wrapped in its original tissue, with its original clean ribbon affixed to the cross but unsewn up. It would appear that this item, although issued, was put in a drawer as the mother may well have qualified for the silver at the same time, and not used the bronze one at all, this is just supposition on my part. Superb that it survived in this amazing condition. GBP £65.00 (UK Pounds)

(R339) A nice and scarce to find NSDAP party membership card to Johann Spiesberger, Party members number 7802416 who was born on 30.9.1904 and the card dates from 1940- through to 1945. There are some stamps and the card is in very good condition. GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)

(R392) A Bronze 2nd Class Medal of Liberty showing to the centre, the Finnish lion holding a sword. This award was given for bravery and with the date of 1939, it signifies the Finnish Winter War where Russia attacked Finland, and the Finns were able to hold their own, for a considerable period of time, causing the Russians much embarrassment. The award was also open to foreign troops who served in Finland and is therefore, sometimes encountered in British and German medal groups. Given for acts of bravery, the award is held in high esteem in Finland. GBP £12.50 (UK Pounds)

(R425) A Nice Finnish Campaign Ring for the Petsamo area, showing as the central design, the reindeer, the lettering Petsamo and the date 1941-42. The ring is of bronze/brass metal and has the internal diameter of approximately 21 mm. A nice item to acquire. GBP £55.00 (UK Pounds)

(R441) A Paratrooper's Badge being a mid to late war example, with a gilded eagle held onto a wreath by two domed rivets. There is no maker's mark to the badge and the badge appears to have been used and bashed in service, resulting in the wreath being more oval in shape and the hook being broken off. The eagle has also been glued back to the wreath, but this would clean off. Priced for all these points. Ideal for display as is. GBP £195.00 (UK Pounds)

(R444) A German Reichskarte that is in reasonable condition, with its outer cover that is used and worn. The approximate size when unfolded is 1.60 m by 120 m high. The map shows the extent of the new German Reich encompassing Bohmen and Mahren as well as the general government of Poland, Danzig and part of the French Elsass and Luxemburg. The map is in very nice condition and is worthy of framing. The map is in very nice condition in 5 colours and is in the scale of 1- 1000,000. A very interesting find! GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)

(R457) A WHW Plastic flag being in the regimental series, showing the German colours for the unit that it is associated with. This flag has to the centre, an iron cross, with an eagle holding a swastika to it's centre. This one is a red background and has to the reverse Artillerie Su 16. In nice condition. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(R458) A WHW Plastic flag being in the regimental series, showing the German colours for the unit that it is associated with. This flag has to the centre, an iron cross, with an eagle holding a swastika to it's centre. This one is a swallowtail shape flag, with a black background and Pioneer motorisiert SU 13 on the reverse. In nice condition. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(S8) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is of usual three piece main construction with a nice magnetic core encompassed by a silver frame. The iron core has most of its paint finish intact but there is some minor rusting to the corners of the core. The ribbon loop on this example is maker marked 86 or 98 depending on how you want to view it, I feel the cross though is a Rudolf Souval, at 98. The cross comes with a nice piece of original ribbon and is in very nice overall condition. GBP £110.00 (UK Pounds)

(S9) A 13th March Medal for the occupation of Austria in 1938. The award is a nice oxidised silver medal, suspended from its original ribbon with a nice pin fixing to the top. The award comes in its original red two piece hinged case of issue opened by a press stud. The award has a gold blocked eagle to the top of the red leatherette lid. To the underside, there is a white silk lid with a red compartment divided in two, with a partition for the medal and the ribbon to sit separately. The case has the usual handling wear, although unfortunately, someone not too bright, has added a sticker to the lid, and when removed, this has pulled off the finish. Other than this, the case is in very good condition. Priced for condition. GBP £110.00 (UK Pounds)

(S12) A Finnish Bronze Medal for the Order of Liberty. The award was given for bravery and is dated 1941 for the continuation war. This medal is often encountered in German medal groups as it was when Finland joined Germany in the onslaught of the Soviet Union. GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(S20) An NSKOV Old Comrades Membership Pin. The badge is in very nice condition, being Ges Gesch and Deschler and Sohn marked to the reverse. The front shows a sword blade pointing upwards with an oakleaf wreath and an iron cross to the centre, with a a swastika to the centre of that. Very nice to find. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(S26) A Pair of Tropical German Army Helmet Decals consisting of an eagle with the downturned wings holding a swastika and the tri colour decal with the red, white and black finish. The white was never applied, by the look of this. Both decals are of pressed metal and complete with all three pins on each of them. Very nice to find a matched pair. These were removed in the desert by a British souvenir hunter. GBP £60.00 (UK Pounds)

(S76) A rare example of a used and worn Luftwaffe Herman Goring Black Cap Eagle. Unlike the standard versions, these machine embroidered eagles are mounted onto black cloth, for this premier division. Not often encountered, the badge has been used and worn in service and as such, has been removed from a cap. Price for condition. GBP £65.00 (UK Pounds)

(S79) A Good example of a used Coastal Artillary Breast Eagle that has been removed from a tunic. The eagle has had part of the swastika caught when it was removed, but other than this, it is in very good condition. Priced for this. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(S80) A Near Mint example of a bevo woven Coastal Artillary Cap Eagle. The cap eagle is unmounted and still on its original unused backing, with a nice green and yellow synthetic threads woven into the base artificial silk. There is no age staining. GBP £40.00(UK Pounds)

(S85) A Mine Warning Pennant being the last type to be manufactured and printed onto artificial silk cloth. The pennant is machine sewn up and in very nice condition, with only a couple of age nips to it. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(S95) A Nice example of a Near Mint German Cross in Cloth in Gold, for the Army. The cross consists really of a breast star with the cross referring to the swastika. The cross has not been mounted or worn and is complete with its original paper backing to the reverse. The gilded wreath has the fault at the top part of the 9. All the threads are relatively bright and clean for its condition. Becoming exceedingly hard to find. These crosses were worn on the combat tunic by many soldiers who didn't like to wear their metal counterpart. This was an easier wearing option, given the metal ones are very chunky. Also, the metal ones had a habit of being worn in confined spaces, the swastika could be chipped or dinged, and the badge could be caught on the pocket, which was not a good look, hence the popularity of these. GBP £600.00 (UK Pounds)

(S106) A good condition 1st edition of the book "For Fuhrer & Fatherland, Military awards of the Third Reich" by LCT John R. Angolia Vol. 1. The cover is not to dirty and the inside is clean and tidy. . A Very hard to find nowadays especailly in this condition. One of the first reference works to come out on the subject of German Medals, showing both the fronts and backs of most Army, Navy and Luftwaffe awards. A must for any medal collector. Long out of Print SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £ 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(Q2) A length of Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939 ribbon of Red,White and Black. The ribbon is near mint and measures 28cm long, Enough for two awards. GBP £ 9.99 (UK Pounds)

(Q100) A full length of War Merit Cross ribbon. The ribbon is about 25 cm long and 3 cm wide. In mint condition we have a limited supply. GBP £6.00 (UK Pounds)

(Q300) We have managed to get in a few lengths of West Wall Medal Ribbon, This is from a roll of unissued stock. The length is 6 inches which is enough for a medal, We only have a limited supply, So sold on a first come basis GBP £ 5.00 (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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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

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