(CS145) A Late war example of an NSDAP Button Stud Party Badge. The badge retains virtually all its original painted finish. The badge maker marked RZM M1/120. In lovely condition. Scarce to find such a good late war example.

GBP £70.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS155) A Rare example of a German Panzer Badge Award Document for a 25 Panzer Battle Badge. The document is awarded to an Unteroffizier 2. / Panzer-Regt .2 and was awarded by the oberleutnant and regimental commander. The document is also stamped for the panzer reg. 2. Issued in October 1944, not many of these award documents or badges were issued.

SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £495.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS187) A Nice and Very Rare example of the Italian Training Badge in Germany. The badge consists of two oakleaf sprigs behind two crossed swords with a central fasces and a swastika. The badge has a quality feel to it with a nice pin fixing to the reverse. The badge appears to be silver and is therefore for junior NCO's. The badge has nice workmanship. A similar example is shown in the book "Foreign Legions of the Third Reich Vol 2 " by David Littlejohn on page 248.

GBP £999.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS225) A Late War example of a War Merit Cross 1st Class With Swords. The cross was removed from a sample board, but was actually taken off and still has its hinge, pin and hook intact. To the reverse, it is marked No. 3 within a circle. The cross has age stained a dull zinc colour. In good condition. Priced for condition.

GBP £95.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS240) A Nice Finnish Winter War Cross for the 4th Division. The cross is the Earlier type and has to the reverse, the digits 39LANSI 4D KANNAS40 to it, and to the front you have the two arms holding swords with a crown above. Very nice condition.

GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS242) A General Assault Badge being a mid war example made from fine zinc metal. The badge has lost most of its silver finish and has toned grey over the years. The reverse is maker marked FRANK & REIF STUTTGART which is the only company to put the full trade mark to this badge. The badge is the type with the flat back. Scarce to find now, especially full trade maker marked ones.

GBP £150.00 (UK Pounds)

(P105) A German WWII Funeral Sash that was attached to a wreath of flowers at a soldier's funeral. The red silken wreath has a black fringe to the base with a sewn on white roundel with a black swastika printed to it. The wreath is approximately 15 cm by 2 m in length.

GBP £100.00 (UK Pounds)

(P224) Set of five WWII German Army men`s Post Cards , Priced for all of them All are in vgc and some have notations to the reverse

SORRY I AM SOLD GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(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.

GBP £65.00 (UK Pounds)

(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.

SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £60.00 (UK Pounds)

(DR18) A rare early small silver NSDAP DEUTSCHLAND ERWACHE badge. There are no markings to rear This is a rare item to find

GBP £140.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ1) A Bronze German Mothers Cross being the standard 1938 with the date and Hitlers signature engraved to the reverse. The cross has the usual full length of ribbon which is unsewn and in good condition, with it. The cross has minor staining to the enamel work with only the minute'ist chip on the swastika as can be seen from the scan. Really, this isn't noticeable to the naked eye. Nevertheless priced with this in mind.

GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ2) A German WWII Memorial Card to a Hans Samseriter. The card is of two piece folded construction. The card shows a picture of the soldier in army uniform and states that he was killed in action on 18/6/40 on the Western front. The card is in very good condition.

GBP £5.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ5) An Old Comrades Day Badge consisting of a downpointing sword over an iron cross with a swastika. The badge has its pin fixing to the reverse and is a zinc example. To the reverse , it has a makers trade mark with a shield with an H to it and a number 36, probably for the year.

GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ6) A German 1st May 1937 Day Badge in used but good condition. There is some minor oxidisation as can be seen from the scan, but nothing too serious. The badge is maker marked to the reverse Tweer & Turck Ludenscheid, a maker we cannot remember encountering before. Unusual to find.

GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ8) A 1st Mai 1938 Day Badge showing a dancing couple over and eagle holding a swastika with the date. The badge is maker marked D & Co MENDEN, a maker I have not seen beofre. Unusual in the fact there is no RZM counter code or other information.

GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)


(VJ9) A shield shaped German Gautag 1939 Day Badge. The badge shows a man holding a torch over an eagle holding a swastika. This is for the Gau Mecklenburg area and has the date 8-11.Juni 1939. The badge is of aluminium construction but was originally gilded. To the reverse, it is nicely maker marked, both with an A trade mark, Assmann & Sohne as well as RZM M91, both confirming the A trade mark and the RZM mark for Assmann.

GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ10) A War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords. The cross is the Earlier style of a good quality metal. Complete with a piece of original ribbon, This cross has a separately applied eyering and therefore dates from about 1939-1941. Given for one act of bravery whilst not in the face of the enemy, such as bomb disposal, mine clearance, the award was on par with the imperial non combatant iron cross and as such, was modelled on it, not by design but by award.

GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(VJ11) A War Merit Cross 2nd Class Without Swords in earlier bronzed metal, with a separately applied eyering. The medal has some minor age staining but nothing too bad. It also has a Very Short ribbon. in nice overall condition.

GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(VJ12) An Old Comrades Tie Pin showing the lighthouse in black enamel with a white background standing on a red base with a white roundel and swastika set into it. The badge has some age staining and cracking to the enamel, but the enamel is still complete. To the reverse it is marked Ges Gesch.

SORRY I AM SOLDGBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS55) A Commemorative Medal given to Combatants from the Fascist Federation as italy went to war in June 1940 with France and England. There is no ribbon to this award

GBP £ 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS56) A small stick pin for an Italian Artiliary person showing a cannon with wings attached, probably for a mountain artiliary unit. In vgc

GBP £7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS101) An SS Sponsors Badge being oval in shape with a black enamel centre, having a silver swastika and the letters FM to either side of the swastika and then two black enamelled SS runes to the centre. The badge is a textbook example and as such has the makers name of Deschler Munchen stamped into the back as well as the letter E and then 88774. Very nice to find. The badge has no enamel damage.

GBP £300.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS103) A Cased Azad Hind Award being the 3rd Class Issue in its Brown Case of Issue with the gold tiger's embossed head to the lid. This is not the post war type bu the wartime. The case has the ususal handling wear and tear and is opened by a catch fitting to the front. Inside the case, to the underside of the lid, which is white silk, it has Rudolf Souval's name and company address. The purple velvet base has a cut out to take the star and ribbon. The pin on star itself is of standard multi-construction with a silver tiger's head on a gilt disc, on an 8 point radiated silver star that has Souval's trademark again to the reverse. This very rare award is hardly seen nowadays and seldom encountered cased.

GBP £1750.00 (UK Pounds)

(K696) A Nice example of a Court Mounted Police 18 Year Service Cross with it's Police White Embroidered Eagle to the ribbon. The cross shows most of it's original Silver and oxidised finish, although it has tarnished in places. Originally it was sewn so that is wouldn't move on the ribbon but this has now come away. To the reverese, it has a nice tailor's label with a Dresden address. Very nice to find like this.

GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(L797) A Nice example of a Silver Drivers Badge. The badge is on army green backing cloth and it retains most of its silver wash finish over the zinc base metal. To the reverse, there is a steel back plate with two brass pins holding it firmly. There is also the remains of the paper backing intact. Very nice to find. The badge was traded at the end of the war by a British serviceman who was an RAF Pilot Officer.

GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(M1042) A Nice lightweight coupal RAD 4 Year Service Medal in bronze. The medal is complete with its original blue ribbon and pin fixing and is in nice clean condition.

GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)

(N504) A Box of Propoganda 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 two Finnish waffen SS volunteers along with the Finnish SS armshield and cuffband. The box is in very nice condition and could possibly be used in an emergency as a regular matchbox. Recently picked up in Estonia's capital of Tallin. We cannot guarantee the age of manufacture of these, however, they are attractive and are interesting paraphernalia at an affordable price.

GBP £5.00 (UK Pounds)

(N934) A nice example of an unmarked Panzer badge in silver. The badge is the type with the aluminium paint finish and this is approximately 95% finish intact to the front. On the back, there is about 60% as it is streaked with age. The hinge and hook on this type is of unusual construction and also can be seen to the reverse are hinge and hook locator positions which they haven't used. An unusual variation for the Panzer Badge condition. In very nice condition.

GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(N892) A Cased War Merit Cross 1st Class Without Swords. This is the early nickel style that is of good quality and construction. The cross still retains a high proportion of it's frosted and burnished finish. The cross comes in a case which shows excessive wear and tear as though someone has scraped out the silver emblem to the lid also. The inside of the case is stained and worn and it gives the general over all well used appearance to the case Priced for the condition of both items, the case could be replaced later with a better one.

GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)

(N1185) A Medal Ribbon Bar of 5 consisting of the ribbons for the Iron Cross 2nd Class WWI, the War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords, the Cross of Honour With Swords, then you have a plain Blue Ribbon, and the 1st October Medal. These are all on spring clips.The ribbons are the ½ size style and are in very nice condition.

GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(P84) A Rare example of the Azad Hind Breast Star. The star has been the subject of confusion for many years. It is my belief that this is a post 1945 issue manufactured by the firm of Souval after the end of the war, but this is a private view of mine and not shared by the majority of dealers and collectors, (if you are of this view, you will get a very good bargain as these are in the region of £`1500.00 !). The badge has a nice gilt central disc on an 8 pointed radiated star with a nice gilt tiger's head to the centre. The reverse has a nice pin fixing applied with a central disc affixed to the middle. The disc has no manufacturer's name as often is encountered on these awards. The star is slightly toned but still a superb example of a rare award. Priced as per my opinion, post 1945.

GBP £300.00 (UK Pounds)

(P129) A Japanese 2600th Anniversary Medal 1940 in its fitted embossed Case of Issue. The medal has a nice ribbon fitting and clip to it and shows a chrysanthemum over a bridge. In lovely condition.

GBP £ 47.50 (UK Pounds)

(P131) A Hungarian Occupation Commemorative Medal for the Liberation of Upper Hungary in 1938. The medal is in gilded bronze. The award is in nice conditionk often found in German WWII medal groups. Superb detail with high relief to the reverse. On the reverse inscription "A Magyar Felvidek Felszabadulasanak Emlekere 1938". It's original ribbon is in red and blue and mounted in the Austrian style and is nice and clean.

GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(P140) The Order of Vitéz (Knightly Order for bravery or Valiant) Vitézi Rend Military Division. It was the first Hungarian decoration/order established (1920) during Regency. It was awarded to officer's and enlisted men of the Imperial Army for heroic deeds during WW1. Along with the award came the title 'Knight' and an estate (land). Offered here is an example by: 'BOCZAN GY. BUDAPEST VII RAKOCZI UT 6' (impressed to a folding prong fastener on reverse). Of superb quality. A beautifully vaulted badge of 3-part construction, there is a silver sword attached through the National shield to the main body via 2 fold-wires. No signs of alterations. More scarce to find than examples by Jerouschek (another maker of this award). In gilded tombak. A very high Hungarian award awarded Mostly to Germans in World War Two.

GBP £ 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(P147) A Finnish 12th Division Cross being an enamelled cross with black, yellow and blue enamel to the front. This is in nice clean condition. To the reverse, it has stamped in the following:- 12D 1941-42 and the maker's name of Hopeaateos to the bottom arm. The cross is complete with its original ribbon. The medal is slightly convexed. In near mint condition.

GBP £ 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(P243) A Court Mounted Ribbon Bar of Two for the 4 and 12 Year Army/Navy Long Service Medals. The pair are magnetic as are the two eagle emblems. There is some wear and tear on the ribbon as can be seen from the scan. Nothing too serious though. There is some minor toning also to the awards, but this is to be expected.

GBP £120.00 (UK Pounds)

(P255) A Silver Mother's Cross in its Paper Packet of Issue. The cross is complete with its full ribbon and is still with its original tissue wrappings. There is no enamel damage and the silvering is nice and bright. The paper packet is also in good clean condition and marked Deschler & Sohn Munchen. Nice award to find now. An unissued example in good clean condition.

GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)


(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 £1000.00

(CS276) An Italian Airforce Cap Badge of a yellow embroidered eagle with crown on a grey green backing cloth. The badge is in used but good condition.
GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS360) A nice Tradition Cap Badge for the 215th Infantry Division that shows a pill box with an upturned sword, and the date 1939 and the wording West Wall. Worn on the cap, the badge was a tradition badge and as such, is nice to find, with not many surviving the earlier stages of the war.
GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS363) A nice example of a Hollow Backed Bronze Infantry Assault Badge. The badge is the type with the hook and hinge soldered onto plates which are then in turn soldered to the badge. A nice variation to acquire, Some people class this badge as manufactured by Deumer, but as of yet, I have not seen any proof to confirm or deny this rumour, this type though, is shown in many textbooks. Given for three combat engagements on different days.
GBP £ 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS378) A nice Italian art deco designed Blackshirt Brigade Medal for the 1st division. The medal is dated 23MARZO 1919 and shows some fasces and Roman standards to one side as well as 1DIV.CCNN with to the other side, the Roman eagle and fasces and the wording IMPLACABILE. The award has no medal ribbon and is approximately 30 mm wide.
GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS446) A late war example of the War Merit Cross 2nd Class With Swords. This is the type with the cast in eyering. The ribbon loop on this example is unmarked and the award has turned a pale grey in colour. Complete with its original ribbon, priced for the loss of finish.
GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS447) A War Merit Medal in very nice condition. The award is the Early bronzed type and retains most of its original finish. The award was given to factory workers and farm labourers who helped Germany's war effort.
GBP £20.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS448) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914. The cross is mounted on an original piece of ribbon that has been sewn up for wear. There is a ring stamp to the cross which appears to be SW but this has been slightly obscured over the years. The cross retains much of its original black painted finish to the magnetic centre with the silver frame being nice and tight. Given for acts of bravery, the award is in very good condition for its age of 100.
GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS449) A German Old Comrades Association Award in nice condition, maker marked which is on the top eye ring. It reads H JIMM BERLIN. The medal is complete with a piece of ribbo. It is often encountered in post WWI medal groups. Scarce to find.
GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS452) A Russian Re-issue for WWII, being the Order of the Patriotic War 2nd Class in Silver. This is a re-issue made in the 1985 period. The award is numbere and maker marked.
GBP £35.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS454) A German Officer's Eppaulette with two pips to it. This is a singe sew in type with a denim blue colour underlay. The epp has had some numerals removed from it, but this was done period.
GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS455) A Krim Armshield that has been removed from a tunic and only has one prong intact. The shield retains most of its original bronze colour and is non magnetic and near mint apart from the faults mentioned.
GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(P440) An Army Krim Armshield in Good ex stores condition. The shield has powder rusted over the years, leaving the shield a darkened colour. The shield is a magnetic example with a magnetic back plate fitted and a paper backing cloth applied. The green backing is 100% intact as is the backing paper. Scarce to find.
GBP £ 100.00 (UK Pounds)

(P441) A late war example of a Cased Police 25 Year Long Service Cross. The cross is of gilded zinc which has lifted in a few places, as can be seen from the scan. The cross comes with its original ribbon which has an embroidered police eagle to it in yellow. It is the wide style of ribbon. The case is a green two piece card example that is vacuum sealed. The inside of the case has a light brown flocking paper fitted and is compartmented for the ribbon and the cross. The case is in very good condition and has done a job protecting the cross, which is also in very good condition other than the gilt flaking.
GBP £225.00 (UK Pounds)

(P442) A Nice Court Mounted Medal Bar Grouping of 8 Imperial and Third Reich awards consisting of the Prussian Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914, the Bavarian Merit Cross With Swords with blue and white enamel, 4th Class, being hallmarked on the swords and there is no enamel damage to this example, a Hamburg Cross, that has had the enamel knocked out of the righthand arm, a Cross of Honour with swords, a Third Reich 25 Year Long Service cross for the army with the eagle emblem to the ribbon, this is magnetic, then the 12 Year Medal, again for the army, the Prussian 1916 Merit Cross and finally the Silesian Eagle 2nd Class with swords. The ribbons on the awards are in clean condition and though dirty, they have not faded badly. The hook to the reverse is broken but I have slotted it back into position. A superb imperial set to a career army officer.
GBP £999.00 (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)

(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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(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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