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BRAVERY AWARDS, LIKE THE IRON & WAR MERIT CROSSES ETC
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(V1676) A German WWII Iron Cross 1st Class in its Case of Issue. The cross is a nice used example in very good condition with only minor, age, wear and tear as can be seen from the scan. The cross is a maker marked No. 65 by the well known Knight's Cross manufacturer Klein and Quenzer. The cross has no splitting or cracking to the frame or core and has a nice pin, hinge and hook working arrangement with the 65 stamped just 2/3 the way up the pin to the outside. The cross fame has now toned and it has a very pleasing appearance. The hard case the cross comes in has handling wear and tear with part worn monogram to the top. Opened by a press stud and with a working hinge, the inside is age stained and toned. The base lifts out revealing the D and B logo as well as the number code. This has this both stamped into the base and the cutout for the cross to the underside. A nice example and a good starter cross for any collector, who is after a nice used example. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V1902) A Cased German Iron Cross 1st Class in Very Nice Condition. The cross has some slight bubbling to the black iron core below the paint. The frame is nice and tight with no splitting or cracking to that or the core. The cross is a maker marked example being stamped L/11 to the reverse of the cross below the hook. It is believed this is one of the Russian train hord crosses found 20 odd years ago. The cross comes in a maker marked case with the makers name under the lid, The case is nice but used conddition with wear too the hinge and the push stud is weak . A Very nice maker marked set to find. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(S991) A Part Case for an LDO Iron Cross 2nd Class with the Cross inside it. The case has been pulled apart for want of a better description, GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V1701) A German Iron Cross 2nd Class in its Paper Packet of Issue maker marked No. 1 for the firm of Deschler. This is a very nice Earlier cross with all the usual features. There is some minor paint wear where someone has checked to see it is magnetic, and also where they have checked to see if it is nickel or tombak. The cross itself is textbook in every way, even down to the 1 stamped in the ribbon loop. The paper packet is in good condition, though it has had the top flap ripped as can be seen. Very hard to find one of these crosses nowadays, especially in this condition which has toned over the years. Priced for condition and rareity. GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V1640) A German Ostvolk Silver Medal in its Paper Packet of Issue. This is a rare example of the 1st class silver without swords award, coming in a Paper Packet, with the full award title printed to the front. This was originally an item removed from the Reichs Chancellery and sold by us several years ago and we have managed to acquire it back to offer out again. The award is a nice maker marked 100 and has a nice working pin and hook. The packet is in nice condition. Very rare to find such a set. GBP 375.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V2009) A Cased example of a War Merit Cross 1st Class With Swords. The cross is an unmarked example with an unusual pin fixing GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)



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(S1240) A nice Early German Bronze type War Merit Medal in its Paper Packet of Issue. There are only a couple of minor stains to the award, GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

CIVIL LONG SERVICE AWARDS (Faithful Service Crosses etc)
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(NCI56) A German 40 Year Faithful Service Cross in its hard two piece hinged Case os Issue.
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(NCI235) A Very Nice example of the German 50 Year Faithful Service Cross. The cross is complete with all it's original burnished gold finish and the silver has started to tone over the years, giving it a very pleasing appearance. The enamel centre is very nice with no chips, scratches or dings and the ribbon to this example is also nice, clean and complete with it's original pin. The reverse has the fur treue arbeit logo in raised letters, which is still showing signs of it's original burnished finish. The award comes in it's original case which has the 50 gold emblem embossed to the lid in between two oak leaves and the red case shows the usual handling wear. The inside has the silk hinge split as is normal and a red pen marker to a tiny portion of the underside of the white silk lid. The two part partitioned red flock base, is nice and clean. The whole look is very very nice. Very scarce nowadays, you had to serve 50 years in the private sector to qualify for this award, with them being given out annually as opposed to the 25 and 40 year versions, which were given out locally. The hardest one of the set of three to acquire, these are not turning up as often as they used to.SORRY I AM ON HOLD 24.4.24 GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)
(T358) A Scarce example of a Cased 4 Year Man's RAD Service Medal. The award is a nice Early lightweight type suspended from its original blue ribbon and has a pin fixing sewn to it. The card case is similar to the faithful service cross case being compartmented in two to separate the medal from the ribbon. This is in a fawn brown colour and also has this over the lid to the underside. The outside of the case has a number 4 in silver within a cogwheel and the case is a vacuum sealed case. There is minor wear and tear, which is to be expected, but nothing too bad. Scarce to find. GBP 385.00 (UK Pounds)

CIVIL DEFENCE , POLICE, SS & SOCIAL WELFARE SERVICE AWARDS
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(V912) A German Card Boxed NSDAP 10 Year Service Medal in near Mint condition, though the box itself has suffered damage, where it looks like it has been trodden on. Two of the flaps on the sides are broken, whereas the underbox is perfectly fine. The medal is a nice coupal example and it is maker marked to the ribbon ring, 21. The medal is the slim type which is to be expected and would be of early war manufacture. The medal also comes complete with a piece of original ribbon and is contained as stated, in its card box, that is brown in colour and has an eagle emblem holding a swastika, to the lid. Scarce to find. GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V852) A Nice German 25 Year Faithful Service Cross in its Case of Issue, being the standard two piece card case with a red leatherette externally and a 25 emblem in silver to the lid, within a cogwheel. To the inside of the case, there is the maker's name of Wachtler & Lang and has their trademark also to it. The inside of the case is lined with red felt and has a central compartment to keep the medal and ribbon separate but held, nicely. The medal has no enamel damage to the centre and the silver is nice and bright, with a nice clean, blue ribbon and pin fixing. Very good condition with only minor handling wear and tear. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

FLOWER WARS SERVICE AWARDS FOR MEMELLAND, AUSTRIA & SUDENTANLAND (13th March, 1st Oct Etc)

(T402) A German 13th March Medal in its Case of Issue. The award is of nice quality of oxidised silver metal, with a nice ribbon fitted and fixing pin sewn to the top. The medal has turned two toned, with some of the silver darkened over the years. The award case is a two-piece hard red shell box with a gold eagle and swastika embossed to the lid. To the underside, which is opened by a press stud, there is a white silk lined lid and a red base with a divider, separating the medal from the ribobn. This is all in very good condition. The award is in overall superb condition. The case has handling wear which is to be expected, still a nice example to find. GBP 160.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V336) A Nice German 1st October 1938 Medal in its Case of Issue. This medal is for the occupation of the Sudeten area of Czechoslovakia. The medal consists of the design used on the 1938 party rally badges of two Germans uniting under the flag. With to the reverse, the Ein Reich, Ein Volk, Ein Fuhrer slogan and the 1st October 1938 date, this is all on a nice bronze base medal. The ribbon on this example is nice and clean and mounted, and there is a nice pin fixing. The case the award comes in is a standard two piece press stud opened wine red colour with a gold blocked eagle to the top. Once opened, by a press stud, there is a white silk lid, and a red velvet base to house the medal and ribbon. Hard to find. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

MOTHERS CROSSES
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(NCI94) A German Mother's Cross in Gold in its Case of Issue. The cross is a nice example being a bit toned and the enamel is a little dirty but there are no chips GBP 140.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V929) A German Cased Gold Mother's Cross. The cross is in near mint condition and has no enamel damage. The cross has a nice rich gold colour. This is the standard 16th Dezember type engraved on the reverse. The cross is complete with its original ribbon and is contained in its hard case of issue, which has the gold Mother's cross emblem to the lid (Thought the swatika has been scratched out) and is opened by a press stud, which is working well. The case has, to the undeside of the silk lid, the maker's trade mark of August G Tham GABLONZ. The case is in very nice condition. GBP 140.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V933) A Nice example of a German Bronze Mothers Cross in its Paper Packet of Issue. The cross is in virtually mint condition with a nice clean ribbon.. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

RUSSIAN FRONT AND OSTVOLK AWARDS
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(V1640) A German Ostvolk Silver Medal in its Paper Packet of Issue. This is a rare example of the 1st class silver without swords award, coming in a Paper Packet, with the full award title printed to the front. This was originally an item removed from the Reichs Chancellery and sold by us several years ago and we have managed to acquire it back to offer out again. The award is a nice maker marked 100 and has a nice working pin and hook. The packet is in nice condition. Very rare to find such a set. GBP 375.00 (UK Pounds)
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(NCI209) A German made Spanish Blue Medal in its Rare Paper Packet of Issue. The medal is a late war zinc example thathas a lot of its original gilt finish. The award is of standard construction with a cast in eye ring with a separately applied loop, which in this case is unmarked. The award comes complete with its original ribbon and is nice and clean. The rare paper packet shows minor wear and tear. The award's paper packet has the original title printed to the front and the maker's name to the reverse, being Deschler. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

WAR and QUALIFICATION BADGES and MEDALS
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(T661) A General Assault Badge by the maker RS in its Paper Packet of Issue. The packet has had the top ripped off as can be seen from the scan, the rest is complete, you still have the award's designation in red ink to the front and the maker's name to the reverse. The badge is the type with the rounded R and S below the hinge. The hinge is mounted in the unique place of the shoulders of the badge. There is a nice retaining hook. The badge is of mid war quality and construction. A scarce variation to find, even more so with the paper packet. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

WEST WALL MEDALS
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(NCI31) A German West Wall Medal in its Paper Packet of issue. The medal is of zink based metal with a bronze plating applied. This is reacting with the zinc GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V144) A German West Wall Medal In Paper Packet of Issue, complete with its original full length ribbon. This highly regarded German defence medal was originally issued in 1939 to workers on the Siegfried line with the 2nd issue, which this one is, being issued to workers on the Atlantic defence wall. The award is a nice bronze plated zinc example with good detailing. The award has all its plating intact. The paper packet is in very good to near mint condition and this is one of the Carl Poellath type that were found in the 1990's from the store cupboard of the company. Nice to find. GBP 50.00

CASED & PACKETTED WOUND AWARDS
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(V1930) A German Black Wound Badge in its Paper Packet of Issue. The packet is in very nice condition being of standard quality and construction with the award's title printed in black ink to the front and the manufacurer's name in black ink of Ludwig Bertsch. The badge is in virtually mint condition and is a non-magnetic example. Manufactured in the style of the Vienna state mint type. There is no maker's mark to be found. The badge if of nice quality. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

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