(CS6) A civil lapel badge of the German Volks gruppe in Croatia. The badge is nicely made from silver and red and black enamel. It has no damage to it of any kind. This badge entitled many of the holders to special privileges as well as automatic entry into the SS. It is a very scarce badge with only a line drawing shown in the book Foreign Legions of Third Reich Vol 4 on page 380. GBP £ 250.00 (UK Pounds)
(CS333) A Scarce Early example of a Croatian Bravery Medal in Silver, The award was given for bravery in combat, and was awarded both to Croatian and German Forces from 1941-1945. This is mid war example being silver grade zinc type. Nice The medal is mounted on the Austrian style of mounting being a triangular shape piece of ribbon thats the wrong colour . GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)
(CS675) A nice example of a used and worn Croat Navy Legion badge. The badge is the type with the inlay enamel of white and red on a naval and Croatian Chequer board. Unfortunately there is some minor damage to the enamel on the anchor's eye and top anchor's arm as can be seen in the scan. Other than this, the badge is in very nice condition and quire scarce. GBP £175.00 (UK Pounds)
(CS1129) A Croatian Medal Ribbon with Emblem on it. This is for the Croatian victory award which was described as a medal, but never was. All the award consists of is a red, white and blue ribbon with a stamped Croatian shield and U affixed to it. A nice award often found on German uniforms, these do not turn up very often. GBP £75.00 (UK Pounds)
(L216) A 3rd class Order of the Crown of King Zvonimir with swords. Complete with it's specially mounted Austrian style of ribbon on the triangular form. The award although stained, has no enamel damage and is with swords for bravery. This is the style with the raised crown and is believed to have been manufactured by the Croatian firm based in Zegrab
(L722) A Croatian Order of the Crown Of King Zvonimira and complete with it's original cellaphande packet of issue. The award is the silvered zinc style and comes complete with it's original Austrian style of ribbon triangularly mounted. The medal has some minor tarnishing marks as can be seen from the scan. Other than this, it is a very nice clear crisp striking and especially with it's packet, it is a very rare to find example.
(L1037) A Croatian Order of Merit 3rd Class for the Christians being a crossed shape red and silver enamelled award. There is some bruising to the back of the award which has discoloured the enamel. The enamel is still complete. In very nice condition and a scarce award. This is not often encountered.
(M744) A nice Croatian Para Badge, the type with two pins soldered to the reverse. The badge is made from grey zinc and has superb detail. The chequer board to the base has little dots of red paint in the counter sunk shield. Very rare as few of these were made, issued and awarded.
(N882) A Croat Order of the Crown of King Zvonimir 2nd class With Swords. The award is the larger sixe and has a German style pin to the reverse. The quality of the has me believe tt is in fact of German manufacture and not Croat. The swords denote military action and the award has no enamel damage and has a nice fire gilt finish to the gold high spots. The central crown also appears to be held on by a single rivet. Of superb quality.
(M289) A Croatian Arm Badge given to the Croatian armed forces given as a service recognition badge. The badge is of printed quality and was apparently worn on the arm of the recipient. Nice unusual item to find. GBP £55.00 (UK Pounds)