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(CS882) A Nice example of a Zinc Demjansk Armshield. The shield is in very good condition although the silver wash has now flaked and faded. The shield is mounted onto a green woolen backing cloth with a metal back plate. The pins are then folded over and a brown paper backing has been glued. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS900) A Kuban Armshield on army green cloth backing, with a backing plate fitted. The shield is held to the backing cloth and plate by some edge tabs. There is no mothing to the cloth and there is some minor rusting to the shield, but nothing too serious. This came in with a group of items picked up by a British serviceman at the end of the war. In very good condition. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC761) A German Naval Narvik Armshield that is in reasonable condition. The shield though zinc, still retains the gold, gilt colouring, although it has pulled it in, giving it a lemony colour tinge. The dark navy woollen cloth appears to show the fact that it has been cut from a tunic and there are some moth nips to the edge. There is also a zinc backplate and three of the four pins are still intact. Not a mint shield by any stretch of the imagination, but an actual used and worn example of the scarce naval type. It could tell a few tales. Scarce. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC762) A Nice example of a Krim Armshield complete with its original backing plate paper and cloth backing. The shield responds to a magnet and appears to be bronze plated. The army backing cloth shows some mothing, but nothing serious. This appears to be an ex- stores example. In very nice condition. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC764) A Demjansk Shield in pressed zinc. The shield is in fair condition and shows the seraph J with the triangular top. This is also the type with the curved propellor. The shield is a nice quality striking but over the years, has oxidised, with a fine zinc oxidisation showing. The shield is on its green army backing which in turn, has the zinc backing shield and green paper backing affixed. This is quite fragile on the edges, but still mostly intact over the shield backing plate. Nice to find. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS976) A Cholm Arm Shield. This is a Nice clean example manufactured from a magnetic metal. The shield is the army version that appears to have been unworn and unused. The shield still retains much of its original lacquer although it is peeled on some of the high spots. The green backing cloth is nice and clean and has no mothing, although the nap of the cloth is a little thread bare. For an item over 70 odd years, that is very minor. The shield is then fixed through a magnetic backing plate by three prongs that are then folded over, and a secondary piece of cloth has been stuck over this. This is one of the best examples we have had in a long time. As fewer than 6,000 were issued, though more were given, it rates on the rareity with the German Cross in gold, in my opinion. SORRY I AM ON HOLDGBP 2500.00 (UK Pounds)

(K911) A Nice example of a zinc Demjansk Shield. This is the type with the curved propellor and the seraph J found in the Forman Price Guide and attributed to Roger Bender (not this shield but this style), who has stated that he has had this shield type since the 1950's and was given it by his relative. There is much controversy over these shields by certain people who have said this type did not exist before 1980. I feel this conclusively proves the matter. The shield is of pressed zinc metal with a luftwaffe cloth backing that has a zinc shield fitted to that with the prongs of the shield bent over and then a paper backing affixed. The backing is in good condition but has come away in parts. All in all, a nice unusual shield and a good talking point. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(R7) A Magnetic Krim Arm Shield with a magnetic back plate affixed to a piece of black backing cloth. There is no paper affixed to the reverse and there appears to have never been any and this has toned to a nice over all light brown colour. There is a little handling wear to the top corners of the shield, which can be seen from the scan. The shield has edge tab fixings holding it to the back plate. The steel shield still retains much of its original bronzing and is in near mint condition, with no rusting. GBP 175.00 (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)

(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 questioned 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)

(N39) A Nice example of a magnetic edge tab attached Krim Armshield. The shield is of nice quality manufactured from steel with a bronze plating applied. As can be seen from the scan, there has been some rusting to the shield and then it has been treated with a rusting agent. This is only really noticeable when examined under a magnifying glass and is only minute in a couple ofb places. The backing cloth, which is army green, is unmothed and nice and near mint unmounted condition. The shield then has four edge prongs attached to a steel back plate which has a light brown paper backing cloth applied over that. The condition of the shield is very nice overall. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

1957 Re Issue (Replacement Issue) Arm Shields

These arm shield are the official West German Replacments as used by the West German Armed Forces after 1957

(F555) A 1957 Demjansk Arm Shield being of pressed brass metal silver plated.This has worn in places, and one of the reverse pins is broken. In vgc GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(G718) A 1957 Demjansk Arm Shield in near mint unused condition.GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(H1432) A 1957 Demjansk Shield complete with three prongs to the reverse. In very nice condition, the shield was given to any of the 100,000 members of the Demjansk pocket who reserved in 1957. Scarce to find. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

Award Cuff Bands for World War 2

(R31) A Nice example of a Kreta Cuff Band. The band is one of those that was found several years ago in a bale of them, and as such, has old storage marks and staining to it. This one is a nice full length condition and is RB numbered to the reverse. Very nice example. These are becoming hard to find. GBP 375.00 (UK Pounds)

1957 Re Issue (Replacement Issue) Cuff Titles

These Cuff titles are the Official West German Replacments as used by the West German Armed Forces after 1957

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(MC752) A Nice example of a Bronze Driver's Badge, being manufactured from magnetic metal. The award appears never to have been mounted or used. It is backed with a piece of army green cloth, which in turn has a steel backing plate and a piece of paper affixed. Very nice condition. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1834) A nice unissued Silver Drivers Badge on a bluish cotton. The badge is still in it's original LDO cellophane packet that has LDO to the front and the guarantee terms to the back. There are some rust marks to show the pins have been there for several years in the packet. Other than this, the front of the badge is near mint. The back has little bits of paper falling off, other than this, it is ok. A nice unusual item to find, especially like this. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

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