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(CS1299) A Nice examploe of a German Army Narvik Arm Shield being a type that hasn't been associated with Deumer before, to my knowledge as it has the cut outs between the shoolder blades. The shield is in very nice condition and has all four pins attached. There is some minor oxidisation to the shield, as can be seen from the scan, but this will brush away quite easily. Very scarce to find. This type of shield on backing would cost well over 450 now. Priced for condition and also rareity. GBP 325.00 (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)

(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)

(S1307) A German Sardinian Shield as often worn on the field cap of German units. This semi-traditional badge is affixed by a pin fixing and was given to all soldiers who served in the withdrawal from Sardinia to the main land. It is in very good condition and is of normal construction, ie pressed metal. GBP 295.00 (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)

(MC936) A 1957 pressed brass Demjansk Arm Shield with iron plating. The shield has only two of the three prongs remaining to the reverse. The shield follows the original design but has had the eagle and swastika removed. Scarce to find. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC937) A Nice 1957 Krim Arm Shield which follows the original design but missing the eagle and swastika. These shields are mostly worn on the ribbon bar and so few of these were manufactured for veterans and as such, there are less of these around than their original counterparts. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC941) A 1957 Mini Arm Shield Stick Pin for Lappland. The shield is of nice quality and construction and appears to have been made by Steinhauer and Luck, just early on in the post war period. Scarce stickpin to find. GBP 30.00 (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)

(S302) A nice near mint example of a Kreta Cuffband. The band is the type machine embroidered onto a white cotton base cloth. The band has the yellow piping also machine sewn and is the type where the leaves touch around and in. The band is in very nice and clean condition and was part of a group of about 100 found in a bale a few years ago. This one comes from the centre and has never been used and worn although it is a little age stained. Unmounted and still virtually mint. This one is a nice full length condition and is RB numbered to the reverse GBP 425.00 (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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(CS1289) A Driver's Badge in Bronze metal. Part of a German Medal Board, . The badge is sewn to a board and has been cut out. There is only one pin intact as far as I can tell. The badge has some minor oxidisation to it as can be seen from the scan. This was a sample board piece that appears never to have been used or worn. Priced for condition. GBP 17.50 (UK Pounds)

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