(CS54) An Italian Reale Unione Nazionale Aeronautica (RUNA)) Lapel Badge. The badge is in .excellent quality and condition, the enamel being perfect and the badge shows a Pilot's Badge as it's main design.The makers mark of SAF is found to the reverse button stud.The item is 1.6cm dia.
(CS57) A nice example of the scarce Italian backed Albanian Fascist Party Badge. The badge is the standard style with the sword, the knot of savoy, the Albanian cap and a fasces to the bottom and is a diamond shape in red and blue enamel. In nice condition
(CS89) A nice Silver Wound Badge in late war zinc which has toned dark over the years. The badge has a separately applied hinge and hook and is L numbered to the reverse, it appears to be L/53. The badge has toned now but still appears to show it's original factory lacquer. A nice quality badge and a scarce maker. Priced for condition
(CS90) A small German Swastika Flag with a separately applied roundel to a red triangular flag. The flag is edged in red cotton and measures at it's widest points approximately 28 cm by 34 cm. There appears to be two snap fastenings that have been removed from the flag. All in all, a nice unusual item.
(CS92) A Narvik Armshield for the army. The shield is of zinc construction and is in very nice condition mounted onto its green army field backing. This is then attached to the shield by four prongs that go through a zinc backing plate. This then has a piece of brown paper affixed to it which is mostly intact. Scarce to find, as fewer than 10,000 shields were issued
(DR1) A Nice Scarce example of the German Donation Collection League Badge of the NSDAP. The badge is of white circular enamel with a black swastika over a red chevron. On the chevron is the lettering "OPFER-RING". The enamelling shows wear and tear and has a few surface cracks to it, with a minor chip to the edge as can be seen from the scan. To the reverse, there is the wording in raised letters "GAULEITUNG SACHSEN N.S.D.A.P. GES GESCH." A very scarce badge to acquire, these do not turn up very often.
(DR2) A Party Badge for the Opferring Elsass. In zinc metal, the badge is part of the Germans outside of the Reich in the Lothringen part of the French borders. A very scarce badge to find. The badge is maker marked to the reverse. Complete with a nice pin fitting. Scarce to find.
(DR3) A membership badge for the Grand Duchee of Luxemberg being the Heim Ins Reich Membership badge. In painted zinc and maker marked K & Q to the reverse. Very nice quality and condition and becoming scarce to find.
(DR10) A Nice 22mm unmotto Party Badge for the NSDAP. The badge has the nice raidiated enamel and apart from a shallow chip the enamel the front is OK. On the reverse the badge fixing pin is broken. A scarce Early badge to aquire
(DR11) A Nice example of an enamelled NSDAP Party Badge being the Button Stud type. The badge has no enamel damage other than minor wear and tear, like surface scratches. The badge is also RZM marked to the reverse being RZM M1/72. A nice example of a pre war badge.
(P208) A Cap Skull badge that appears to be from the SS 1st pattern cap. The badge is minus both pins and is in used and worn condition. It is reputed to have been removed from a cap by a British soldier in 1945. Very scarce to acquire.
(P209) An army Sports Vest Breast Eagle being unused and unissued. The eagle has at some time got wet with the colour bleeding through to the front of the emblem, but nothing serious. The emblem other than this, would be virtually mint. .
(P210) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is nicely soldered up and is an unmarked example. The cross has had the paint removed from the swastika and a lot of the paint from the dates. There is also some paint loss to the reverse as can be seen from the scan. Still a nice example however, of this military award.
(P211) A Rare example of the Navy Tropical Helmet Eagle with the slider pin affixed to the reverse. Very similar to the British style of sliders, the badge is of nice quality and construction manufactured from zinc with a nice gilt overwash. Very seldom do these badges turn up unrepaired like this and they are often overlooked by the helmet collectors. This is only the fourth one with this style of fixing I have ever had.
(P212) A Hitler Youth Armband being of standard style and construction, with the central white stripe woven into the red armband. The square shape swastika is then sewn at an angle to the band. The swastika is woven into the white square and the band is sown up. The band shows fraying and has two hole where it was affixed or attached to a jacket. The band is reasonably clean for it's age.
(CS60) An Italian regimental medal showing the she wolf over Romulas and Remus and showing an Italian Legionary standard with the lettering Vadunata Naz Artiglieri Roma and to the reverse a soldier holding a rifle with the lettering "Sempree Dovunque". The medal is complete with a piece of ribbon. Vgc
(CS65) A Post War Document being a replacement for an award to a member of the Grossdeutscheland regiment. The citation is to a pioneer for the general assault badge. It is all stamped up and includes a copy as well. In vgc it is folded also.
(CS83) A Collection of West German Panzer insignia consisting of some cap badges, and shoulder badges, both in bullion and standard thread. The cap badges have all their pins. These badges have now been replaced with the modern ones and date from the 1980's. For the set of 5
(J1739) A Superb German Knights Cross winners Photograph Album with approximately 99 photographs to do with the German Mountain Troop. Some of the photo's show the Knight's Cross winner Rodel in conversation with people and troops. There are lots of troop shots showing soldiers playing in a band, burying a fallen comrades, destroyed bunkers, eating meals, burnt out tanks as well as destroyed places etc. The album ends up strangely, in an arid country but the quality of the album is superb, with many good photos of knights cross winners etc.
(K1015) A mid war Silver Wound Badge by the maker 127 and marked as such to the reverse of the badge. The badge has a cast in hinge and hook and a silver non magnetic pin, the shepherd crook style. There are traces of the silver finish to the badge but on the whole, the badge has toned over the years. Given for 3-5 wounds, the badge was recently picked up by a German house clearance agent. In very good condition.
(K1426) A Very Nice example of a Hollow backed Infantry Assault badge being nicely convexed. The badge has a nice pin, hinge and hook soldered directly to the zinc sheet metal and the hinge is a nice covered wagon style. The badge is of very nice quality, construction and detailing. A nice variation for the infantry assault badge collector.
(K1504) A Very Rare to find example of a nice Early 2nd Pattern Bronze U-boat Clasp in it's original Box of Issue. The badge retains virtually all of it's original finish and still has it's original tissue wrapping. The badge's bronze finish is of a nice caramel bronze colour and it has a nice fluted pin fitted to the reverse that is magnetic. The hinge is the cast in type and the hook is countersunk. The card box is a brown card that is stapled at each corner. A superb Set to find. The award is in virtually mint condition and was part of a group of boxed items picked up during the war.
(M338) 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.
(N1189) A West Wall Medal in it's Paper Packet of Issue. The medal is the earlier slim style of better quality metal. The ribbon is the darker brown and the paper packet is the standard Carl Poellath type. Very nice to find an earlier example.
(MB263) A German Army Wehrpass to an Arthur Lehmann who was born on 24/02/1911 and he served with a flak regiment being the 9th heavy flak replacement battalion 37. He was with them from 1943-1945. The eagle stampings have had the swastika's inked out and so I believe he survived the war. The book is in readable but fragile condition.
(N1031) An Eastern People's 2nd Class Medal for Merit. The award is the later silver washed zinc type. This is maker marked 100 on the medal loop. The award is without swords and is therefore for merit. It comes complete with its original ribbon which is in near mint condition. The award was given to both German and Eastern Peoples as it is a silver grade.
(N1147) A Post War made Rudolf Souval Luftwaffe numbered Tank Battle Badge for 25 engagements. This type of badge is often shown as a wartime example with the hook being the style that is normally encountered on wartime badges. The badge has a nice eagle riveted to the main construction with a tank also riveted to the badge. The badge has a nice hinge and pin fitting. The hook is a classic Rudolf Souval. The badge was made from about 1945-1950'ish. Very scarce to find, an original wartime example would cost you thousands, this is offered at a fraction of the price and from the front, would be hard to tell.
(P126) A Nice example of a War Merit Medal. The medal is the Early brass type with a separately applied eyering. The medal is of nice quality and construction and was given to foreign workers in the German armourment industry as well as foreign farm labourer's etc.
A nice Supersoft Grade A Reindeer Pelt being of standard colour of brown tapering to white. Beautiful markings as can be seen. The pelt is approximately 1 m 10 by 1 m 20. Ideal for a rug, bedroom throw, wall display, or chair cover. Enviromentally stable, the animals are bred for meat and this is a by product, very little of the animal goes to waste, with the horns used to make tools, trinkets etc
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.
(JC276) A nice stylish USSR made for export Wrist Watch. The watch is a mechanical wound movement by Raketa. It is shockproof and is a 19 jewelled mechanical lever movement. The watch is a nice clean example with a silver coloured case and a black dial with white Roman numerals. The watch has silver hands with a gold second hand. The case shows minor wear and tear with clean glass. The watch has a new brown leather strap fitted and is ready to wear. The watch has been cleaned and serviced The watch measures approximately 36 mm wide including the winder and the strap is 18 mm wide.
(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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