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(CS247) A Wartime Salesman's Sample Board/Trade Board that has had all the medals removed but can still be seen where the items were. The boarding is blue and still has the remains of the stitching to it where the medals were fastened to the board. Ideal for someone who wants to restore the board. In vey good condition for age. A very rare item to acquire now. Definitely a talking point.

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS311) An Olympic Games Souvenir Badge showing the Brandenburg gate over 5 olympic rings. The badge is maker marked to the reverse Paulmann & Crone Ludenscheid Ges Gesch. The badge has no enamel damage and is complete with its pin fixing. Purchased by those who attended the 1936 olympic games. The badge is of nice quality and construction. The badge has been stored away until recently until now, this has served to preserve the badge well. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(N302)A group of unusual items being a set of Pipes manufactured during WWII still stuck on their original card. The pipes consist of 6 wood and bakerlite pipes, some with intricate bowl designs, others, plain. I believe the elastic that holds them in place has been replaced. Each pipe is maker marked and this corresponds to the card's maker. I cannot say whether these pipes would actually work now and are selling them as a curio as opposed to endorsing the use of them. Very unusual items. The card has the photograph of a Army soldier using a pipe. A very unusual item and a very interesting social history item. A great talking point.

GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(N306) A German Salesman's Sample Card of Ribbon Bars, Enamel Badges and Stickpin Miniatures. The card consists of four stickpin badges, two enamel badges, one of which has enamel damage to it, two medal emblems, five button hole ribbons with their emblems and two ribbon bars. All are reasonably clean and tidy. To the reverse of the card it is sealed up with tape. A very nice and interesting display. All in all, in very good condition. Rare to find.

GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(R218) A Medal Sample Board that were sold at the end of the war by German medal manufacturer's to fund their economy. The board consists of several awards all in nice overall condition and would be a good basis for starting a collection. The board contains 16 items, starting off with a War Merit Cross, a Miniature 1st October Medal, a Female RAD Cap Emblem, only one pin intact, a RAD Female Brooch, a Black Wound Badge magnetic in near mint, a RAD Service Medal for 4 Years service, a Pair of Ribbon Bars for an iron cross and cross of honour, a Police 25 Year Service Cross in gilt, a Prague Castle Bar, a Luftwaffe Shooting Lanyard, a RLB Cap Badge, another RLB Cap Badge, another Female RAD Brooch, a West Wall Medal, A Stickpin Infantry Assault Badge and a Driver's Badge in Silver. Apart from the RAD Brooch, all are in Very good condition, though the police cross has age staining to it and one of the RAD throat badges has minor rusting. For the set GBP 550.00 (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)



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