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(CS51) A nice Italian silver hallmarked Medal for the fifth division alpina Valdusteria. The medal shows three eagles looking towards the mountains and the reverse shows a map of Ethiopia and their battle honours. Very rare to find.

GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS171) A Near Mint example of an SS Bevo Woven Arm Eagle. The eagle is complete with its original glue on tag and there is a tiny hole to the top of the silk backing weave other than this is in near mint condition and is a nice black on off-white colouring. The patch is uncut and was brought home by a British serviceman at the end of the war with some other eagles and patches, we also have for sale. Very nice to find in this condition GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS203) A USSR made Russian Convoy Commemorative Medal. The award was for 40 years after the end of WWII and has the USSR medal manufacturer mark to the eyering. Complete with its original pin on ribbon, this award from 1985 has been given official UK sanction by the British government to be worn by veterans of the Arctic convoys. Very hard to find now. GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS290) A Trade Badge being an orange star shape on a green background. The patch has been used and worn but is in very good condition. The patch appears to be for a motor mechanic and has been removed from a tunic.
GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS299) A Nice Near Mint example of a Luftwaffe Reconnaissance Air Sea Rescue Clasp. The clasp is in silver and has the eagle's head riveted to the badge. The badge is of fine zinc construction with a nice silver plated finish which is still intact. The badge is also marked BSW in the upside down clover leaf. Of Superb Quality. This clasp has been stored away until recently until now, this has served to preserve it well. GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS350) A German/Italian Afrika Medal being the early brass type. The award is complete with its original ribbon that has an ink stain to it as can be seen. This also has a pin fixing sewn to it. The award has the maker's name to the lefthand side of the crocodile's foot and designer's to the base. Nice and scarce to find. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS352) A Rumanian Pilot's Badge being of nice quality and construction with an enamel shield soldered to the centre of the badge. The shield has age staining but nothing too bad. The quality is very good. This type of badge was worn on the German tunics to pilots who served in both the Rumanian and German airforce etc. The badge has an unusual pin fixing to the reverse being a tubular style with a retaining pin dropped in the top to hold in position. Quite nice to find. GBP 395.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS361) An unofficial Luftwaffe Medal showing a barrage type balloon with a shield and a bat emblem on it, several years before Batman came into vogue!! The other side shows a Luftwaffe eagle and the date 1942 and the wording LUFTSPERRABTEILUNG 2/101. Quite an unusual item to find. I have only seen one other.
GBP 195.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS406) A used and worn Navy Other Ranks Breast Eagle. The eagle has no mothing though it has been removed from a jacket and cut close to one of the wing tips. Other than this, the item is in very good condition. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS411) A POW Dog Tag with the following characters stamped in STALAG344 NO31667. The tag is complete and manufactured from zinc. The tag is in good condition for its age. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS915) An Old Comrades Badge showing an eagle perched on a plaque with the letters NSKOV. On the eagles chest, it has an Iron Cross with a swastika encompassed within a red circle. There is also an upturned sword and wreath (the emblem of the NSKOV). The badge is nice and large and complete with it's pin back fitting. The badge is also maker marked on the reverse RZM M1/52. A very nice badge to find. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS916) A USA German Bund Badge for the standard members. The badge has the usual design for this movement of a swastika on a red background with the letters AV to the base. Very rare to find, the badge is maker marked Apollo Jewelery then BRKLN NY. The badge has been used and worn with one slight chip to it and some minor enamel cracking. Most of these Bund badges have disappeared for obvious reasons and the leader Fritz Kuhn as I remember, died in about 1950. This badge was used in a magazine in 2007 called "America in WWII The Magazine of a People at War 1941" and is shown on page 44 and acredatted to Jamie Cross & thirdreichmedals.com. The badge comes with a copy of this magazine. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS917) A Commemorative issue Slovakia Loyalty and Defence Medal complete with bar to ribbon for combatants. The medal has the dates 1918-1938 to it and is in very good condition. Complete with it's original ribbon. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS918) A very scarce example of a Day badge for the NSB issued in 1940, this is for occupied Holland and shows both the broom and the sword, sweeping away the vestiges of the old system. The badge is unmarked and is very rare to find any of these collaborationist Day Badges.

85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS919) A Rare Swedish Volunteers in Finnish Winter War Plaque. The plaque is of heavy quality bronze metal and shows a Finnish lion with a sword standing on a scimeter and it has the motto "For Nordic Freedom and Swedish Honor" The plaque is maker marked for a Stockholm maker and measures approximately 55 mm wide by 85 mm high GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS920) An Adolf Hitler Penknife. It is rumoured that these penknives were manufactured and sold at the 1936 Olympics as well as the Reichspartags as souveniers. This has been put forward by the fact that the blades are normally stamped Solingen Germany stainless, which would be aimed at the foreign market more than the home domestic market. This example has on the blade the etching Adolf Hitler Drittes Reich (Third Reich) as well as swastika. This particular one has Adolf Hitler's portrait to one side with the wording REICHSKANZLER ADOLF HITLER above a party badge. To the other side, it has an eagle holding a swastika and the wording Deutschland Erwacht. A very nice item and a very unusual talking point. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS921) A Slovakian War Badge for the Schnelle Division for service on the Russian Front. It has a number to the back stamped into it of 2464. . The badge has had a repair to the reverse with lead solder, soldering two loops to it and it can clearly be seen where the central pin once was. The badge is used and worn but very very rare. Priced for condition and rarity. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS922) A 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 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS923) A Nice example of a Blockade Breaker Badge by the well known maker Schwerin Berlin. This type is shown in the book "War Badges of the Kriegsmarine" by Gordon Williamson on page 321-322. The badge is an earlier silver plated tombak type and is of lovely quality. 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(R143) A BUF 2nd Pattern Membership Badge. The badge is in very nice condition with no enamel damage. The badge is the button stud fixing often favoured for wear on the Lapel of your suit. The badge has the maker's name of W.O.Lewis, (Badges) Ltd. Birmingham to the reverse,, all in raised letters. The badge is a text book example, Becoming hard to find, these badges have virtually disappeared from the market place. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

( N933) A nice example of a mid war made RS Panzer Assault Badge in bronze,. The RS mark is the angular form and can be found to the reverse of the Panzer on the badge in raised letters. Nice hinge and hook construction with the hinge soldered into a little lip into the reverse of the badge

GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

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(CS94) A Nice German Cross of Honour With Swords, being the first official medal sanctioned by Hitler's third reich. The award is of magnetic construction and is maker marked to the reverse KMF within three circles. The award is in nice condition with no rusting and complete with original ribbon. GBP 12.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS140) A Nice example of a two thirds NSDAP Button Studded Membership Badge. The badge has no enamel damage and has a flexible DRGM marked button fixed to the back. The badge has no motto around the edge. It is probably dated from the 1930's. Scarce badge to find. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS656) A well used Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939 by the maker No 24. This is the type with the oversized flange. The award has approximately 90% of it's paint finish. In vgc and one for the ring stamped Iron Cross collectors GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS845) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Anti Tank or Armoured Sergents 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 12.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS901) A Nice Example of a WWII Hungarian Bravery Medal in Bronze. The medal shows Admiral Horthy to one side and the Hungarian shield and crown with crossed swords to the other side. The award is on the wrong ribbon but appears to have been worn this way for several years. Scarce award to find. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS902) A Nice example of a Driver's Merit Badge on Luftwaffe backing cloth. The badge shows a steering wheel to the centre within an oakleaf wreath. This is fixed to the backing cloth with two pins bending over a metal back plate. All in all, a very nice example. The badge appears to be a gold version. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS903) A Finnish issue Winter War Medal for volunteers, in Bronze. This is the scarce type as issued to foreign aid workers who helped Finland in its struggle against Russia, with less than 10,000 awarded, these are very rare to find. Often given to people who helped, such as nurses, medics and auxiliary support. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS905) A Nice example of the Finnish Winter War Medal for volunteers, in black in its original Packet of issue. The packet is typed up with the volunteer's name and the bar he was entitled to. This is for the combat troops. This example has a ribbon bar fitted to the ribbon for Kenttaarmeija. The award is in near mint condition and is scarce to find. GBP 120.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS924) A bronze Wehrmacht Supporter's Larger size pin badge being the 40 mm size. The badge is magnetic and retains a high proportion of it's original finish. The badge has nice fretted out detail and is of a nice design which shows an eagle's head and the letters just below the eagles head, with a swastika to the base all within a circular design. In very good condition GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC328) A Very Nice example of a Cloth Pilot's Badge in Bullion. The badge has the nice bullion work with the highlights picked out in black thread. The badge has to the reverse, the maker's name of F Schmitt Staff-Effekten stuck to the back of the badge. The badge is in very good condition with only some mild oxidisation to the bullion as can be seen from the scan. Becoming hard to find. GBP 400.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC330) A Set of Luftwaffe Brown Coverall insignia for the flight tunic. The badge insignia shows four wings and a white square to the base on brown felt type material. In VGC SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC331) A Two Piece Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge being the type with the eagle held to the badge by three rivets. The hinge and hook are counter sunk into the back of the badge in the construction, and are of magnetic metal. The pin is a nice coke bottle shape type, which again, is magnetic. The badge is of mid war construction with a silver plate over base zinc metal, which is oxidised to give contrast. The badge is maker marked M.U.K.5 to the reverse in raised digits. There is no damage and the badge is quite scarce to find. In very good condition. GBP 425.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC332) A Bronze Customs Cross in its green Card Case of Issue. The cross is a nice Early quality issue of slim manufacture. The cross comes complete with its original wide ribbon and is housed in a card two piece paper hinged green case with a fawn coloured material under the lid and two compartmented base, one for the ribbon and one for the cross. The case shows heavy handling wear but is complete. Very scarce award to find. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 500.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC333) A Social Welfare Medal being a nice Early quality example with a good silver finish. The award could do with a nice clean and is in very good condition. Complete with its original ribbon that has been sewn up. The award was given for the social welfare of the German people. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

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(R63) A mid to late war U-Boat Badge that has been seriously over polished. The badge is of the Fredrich Orth style and has an uncut out swastika. Someone has buffed the badge as can be seen, but I think it will tone down over the years. The reverse still retains much of its lacquer over its gold wash, which is over a zinc base metal. In good condition apart from this. Priced for overcleaning GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS844) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Signal`s 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)

(CS878) A Finnish Winter War Red Cross Badge dated 1939-40 to the front. The badge shows a red cross on a white circle with a blue enamel outer circle depicting a tyre, with the wording in blue enamel of 4/S-AUTOK.3940. This is for an ambulance unit. To the reverse of the badge, it is hallmarked and dated as well as maker marked. A superb example of a scarce to find Finnish Winter War Badge. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS897) A Nice example of a Paper Packeted Eastern People 2nd Class Medal of Merit. The award which is commonly called the Ostvolk Award, is complete with its ribbon and pin and is a 100 maker marked example. The award is the standard zinc silver plated type, with slight oxidisation and bubbling, which is common for these awards. It comes in a well used paper packet that has been partially torn but is complete. The paper packet has the award's designation in German as the silver class was both available to German and Russian personnel. Very scarce to find with the paper packet. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS907) A German Navy Trade Patch showing a yellow embroidered lightning strike on a navy blue backing. The patch is in very good condition with no ageing or staining. GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS908) A Nice example of a used and worn Black Wound Badge being the 2nd type, manufactured from brass. The badge has approximately 60% of its original paint finish with the highlights showing through. To the reverse, it is maker marked L/11 to denote it is a privately purchased piece. Nice to find. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS909) A Bevo Woven German army Jaeger Arm Badge , showing three oakleaves and an acorn, within an oval green backed cloth. The patch is unmounted and near mint and scarce to find. GBP 70.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS911) A WWI British Pair of Medals in their Packet of Issue, being both marked on the medals and packet with the following details;-" 720318 GNR.F.J.Jackman. R.A". Both medals are unworn and unmounted and virtually untouched. The original envelope has been ripped but is mostly complete. Given to soldiers who fought in WWI, these medals still have their envelopes and untouched ribbon etc. Nice to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS913) A Finnish Winter War Medal 1939- 1940 in very good condition. The award is complete with its ribbon but has no bars. Given for those who took part in the defence of Finland against Russia. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS914) A German DLRG Lifesaver's Badge in Silver, in very good condition. The badge shows an eagle sitting on a cliff looking out to sea. In good condition. GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS915) An Old Comrades Badge showing an eagle perched on a plaque with the letters NSKOV. On the eagles chest, it has an Iron Cross with a swastika encompassed within a red circle. There is also an upturned sword and wreath (the emblem of the NSKOV). The badge is nice and large and complete with it's pin back fitting. The badge is also maker marked on the reverse RZM M1/52. A very nice badge to find. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(E250) A Finnish Order of the Rose. The iron medal is dated 1918 to one side and shows the Finnish lion to the other side. It is also maker marked. A scarce award to find. GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC317) A Nice Iron Cross 2nd Class with 1st October and Prague Castle Bar Court Mounted Ribbon Bar. The iron cross is a nice iron centred silver framed version with the rare rounded 3. There is minor paint wear to the swastika and numerals, but nothing serious. The fixing for the iron cross is the type with the little bridge extra metal to the top flange, with the loop drilled in and then soldered in place. The 1st October medal is a nice Early bronze striking as is the prague castle bar. These have been affixed to a nice ribbon bar, with the ribbons actually crimped in position. The ribbons are nice and clean and the bar is a nice early example. Very scarce to find with a nice variant iron cross. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC319) A Virtually Mint example of a Cloth German Cross in Gold. The cross is nice and bright and appears to have been stored away for a while. For those interested in die faults on these crosses, this one has the number 9 fault to it. The cloth is mounted on army green backing cloth and is complete with its backing paper. Also applied is a price ticket by the manufacturer or tailor which gives it a value of RM3.75 and stating it is a gold version. Very nice to find, especially in this condition with a label to the reverse. GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC320) A War Merit Cross 1st Class in its Case of Issue. The case is a nice hard variety, hinged and opened by a magnetic press stud. The case has very minor handling wear to the external parts, whereas the inside is virtually mint. The cross is also mint, having been protected by the case and is the type of Early quality manufacture. To the reverse, it is maker marked No. 50. It has the usual pin configuration for this manufacturer. Absolutely stunning example. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC327) A Cloth Luftwaffe Bullion Observer's Badge being of very nice quality and construction. The badge has been cut from a tunic. The detail has been picked out in black cotton with silver bullion threads worked in, giving very nice detail and definition. Not often encountered these days. Very rare to find nowadays, especially in this superior condition. GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)

(R69) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is an unmarked example that has heavily oxidised and toned, especially the frame. There are a few miniscule rust marks, as can be seen from the scan. Other than this, the cross would have been near mint. Priced for condition. GBP 90.00 (UK Pounds)

(R71) A mid to late war example of a Russian Front Medal. The award is maker marked 15 to the ribbon loop. The medal retains much of its original oxidised and silvered finish and was given for the horrific Winter campaign of 1941/42 when German invaded Russia. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

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(CS549) A Swedish Volunteers in the Finnish armed forces, Membership Badge for the Finnish Russian war of 1939/40. The badge is mounted onto a stickpin fixing and is maker marked to the reverse Westins. The badge has no enamel damage to the white, blue, white disc and is a hard badge to acquire and this type was issued after 1950, . Fitted with a stickpin fitting, this badge is not often found nowadays. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS619) A 2nd Pattern Black Wound Badge being of magnetic steel. The badge shows moderate wear and tear to the paintwork but has a nice used pleasing appearance. To the reverse on the lefthand side of the helmet is the private purchase mark of L54. Nice scarce example to acquire. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS628) A World War One Iron Cross 1st Class being a nice Early made example. The cross is maker marked CD800 to the reverse centre. 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 195.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS681) A Pair of German Documents to a German Medical Doctor. The first citation is a full citation for a Russian Front Medal. It is dated 1st August 1942. It is signed by a chief physician and rubber stamped. The second is a field notification citation for the Iron Cross 1st Class from 1st battalion of Gren Reg. 337 and was for action on the 14.4.1943. This like the first one, is folded once. A rare pair of citations to a doctor who would normally only qualify for the War Service Cross and not the Iron Cross. This doctor must have done something pretty spectacular to qualify for this award. The 337 Grenadier Regiment was part of the 208 Infantry Division commanded by Gen Maj Karl Von Schlieben and this division fought heavily in France, and was transferred to Russia where it was in the central sector in January 1942. It also took part in the Kursk offensive in 1943, where it sustained very heavy losses. The document shows the Doctor was wounded and sent the best along with the Iron Cross and Citation from this Grenadier Regiment where it was stated they hope he recovers quickly. A great talking piece, a grouping that has the edge. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS868) A Finnish WWII Cross of Liberty of Mourning dated 1941 to the reverse. The cross has the mourning ribbon of black and as such,was given to the family of a soldier who was killed in action in the continuation war. A nice quality item. The cross is in Very Good Condition. GBP 120.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS895) A Luftwaffe Silver Drivers Badge in unused but Stained & Minor rusted condition. The award is steel that has been silvered and is mounted onto a piece of Luftwaffe cloth backing with a steel backplate and a paper backing applied over this. The cloth backing is nice and near mint and the paper backing is also near mint. Scarce to find. GBP 32.50 (UK Pounds)

(GH18) A nice near mint example of a 1957 Knights Cross of the Iron Cross in its hard Case of Issue. The cross is a magnetic centre example and the frame is a wartime S & L type with the die flaw. The frame is nicely silvered and burnished. The loop is straight cut and unmarked. The case is a two piece steel hinged case utilising some war time parts with a magnetic press stud. The underside of the lid is foam packed and this glows. The ribbon on this example is the rayon type that does not glow and does not melt and I feel is wartime ribbon at 50 cm long, making this a very nice item. Very hard to find. GBP 600.00 (UK Pounds)

(GH21) A privately purchased Case for the Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939. The case is the LDO 2 piece hard card case with LDO to the lid, and the case has had its paper hinge torn, as is very common. The inside has a cut out for the cross in the base, lined in a peach coloured cloth to the base, whereas the underside is plain. To the underside of the base, it's stamped EKII l/54. The cross that's in the case is in near mint and unmarked. It is of standard construction, with a nice magnetic core and a frosted and burnished frame with no splits or cracks. Comes with a piece of nice clean ribbon also. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1668) A nice early Bronze War Merit Cross With Swords. The cross is the early tombak type and appears to have been dropped at some time as two of the points to one of the V's are bent slightly out, this is hardly noticeable but worth pointing out. Complete with it's original ribbon, it is becoming scarce to find these earlier quality metal awards.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(N656) Court mounted pair consisting of the Iron Cross 2nd class and the Cross of Honour with swords.. The Cross of Honour is maker marked to the reverse W.K. The Iron Cross is a nice near mint example . The pair plus the mountings are all in very good condition with the ribbons being relatively clean for the age. This came from a House in Germany and was in a Cigar box with the owners name and date of birth, Loverly set, GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(P260) A Nice Early Hollow Bronze Panzer Badge being manufactured from a nice tombak mixture. The badge is a nice early unmarked striking, similar to a KWM. The badge retains virtually all of its original bronzed finish and has a nice hinge and hook welded to the reverse. Very scarce to find like this.

GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(P456) A Coastal Flak Badge by the premier maker C E Juncker of Berlin. The badge has the maker's mark to the reverse in full with the designer's name being FEC OTTO PLACZEK BERLIN, and then AUSF. C E JUNCKER BERLIN. The badge retains much of its original fire gilt and oxidised silver finish to the front with the front turning an oxidised silver colour. The badge appears to be an early tombak issue.
GBP 265.00 (UK Pounds)

(P588) A Mid to Late war Russian Front Medal by the maker 19. The award is the lacquered zinc example with the chemically blackened centre. This has retained approximately 85% of its original finish as can be seen from the scan. It is nice to find a combat award by the maker 19, as this maker is mostly attributed with political awards, namely part service crosses, so it is unusual to find. In very good condition GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(P609) A Ribbon Bar of Two being the 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)

(P610) An Imperial WWI Black Wound Badge being of Magnetic construction. The badge is a nice Early issue and retains much of its original black painted finish. Given for 1-2 wounds in combat for the German armed forces (not including the navy) in WWI. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(P629) An Iron Cross 2nd Class from WWI being the 1914/18 type. The cross retains much of its original finish, which is really nice for an award over 100 years old. The cross is of three piece magnetic construction with a ring marking that looks like an O. Scarce variation to acquire, complete with its ribbon. GBP 60.00 (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)

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.

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds) Each


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