HIGH SEAS FLEET WAR BADGES WAR BADGES FOR SALE
(Instituted 30.4.1941)

(CS1441) A German High Seas Fleet War Badge by FO for Fredrich Orth. The badge is the Earlier style with a soldered hinge and hook fitted and not the later cast in types. The badge retains much of its gilt finish and shows some of the original lacquer to the wreath. The badge is a nice example of this Vienna maker. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1534) A German Naval High Seas Fleet Badge with a nice history. This badge formally belonged to the widow of a Royal Navy Captain who died in 1960. He was The Captain of HMS Victrix which saw service all through WW11. The Vessel had the No of FY 224 and was a converted Trawler Taken over by the Admiralty in September of 1939.It had a Displacement: 472 tons. With the Armament of one "4" gun. And she survived the war unlike 72 others from here class. It is unknown how these badges came into his possession as his wife had no interest in these items. It is the first time that this badge has seen the light of day since he passed away. The badge itself is a nice early Schwerin High Seas Fleet, and marked as such on the reverse in two lines in the usual way It is a standard textbook example, with the full trade mark to the reverse. The badge shows very minor wear with only a few surface scuffs. The swastika and the ribbon bow are both burnished and the silver for the ship has oxidised, giving it a very nice three toned effect. In very nice condition and unusual in having a history. It is the 2nd to last of the badges from the family GBP 475.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC628) A High Seas Fleet Badge by the premier maker Schwerin. The badge has been used and worn in service and has minor wear to the silvering of the battle ship, as well as the wreath of gilt. This gives the badge a pleasing appearance with the battle ship coming towards you at speed. The badge is the type with the fifth posthole weakened, which some now say is the second type, others that it is just a variation. The badge though, is a very nice example and these are virtually disappearing from the market place. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(S206) A Nice example of the 1st type Fredrich Orth High Seas Fleet Badge. The badge has the separately applied hinge and hook soldered to the reverse, of a domed badge back, with the lettering FO to the centre reverse. To the front, the badge shows a battleship coming straight at you, encompassed by a gilt wreath, with a winged eagle holding a swastika. Due to the manufacturer's doming, the badge has a nice 3D effect. The wreath has turned a pale yellow, and still retains much of the gold to the reverse, showing the badge has been worn and used. Other than this, the battleship is a nice dark colour and there is good definition and good contrast. A very nice badge to acquire. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

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OTHER GERMAN NAVY WAR BADGES OF WORLD WAR TWO FOR SALE

AUXILLARY CRUISER BADGES
AUXILLARY
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BLOCADE RUNNER BADGES
BLOCADE RUNNER
BADGES
COASTAL ARTILLARY BADGE
COASTAL
ARTILLARY BADGE
DESTROYER BADGES
DESTROYER
BADGES
E BOAT BADGES
E BOAT OR S BOAT
BADGES
HIGH SEAS FLEET BADGES
HIGH SEAS FLEET
BADGES
MINE SWEEPER BADGES
MINE SWEEPER
BADGES
SMALL BATTLE UNITS & OTHER NAVY BADGES
SMALL BATTLE
UNITS & OTHER
NAVY BADGES
U BOATBADGES & U BOAT CLASPS
U BOAT BADGES
& U BOAT CLASPS
UNUSUAL NAVY BADGES
UNUSUAL NAVY
BADGES
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GERMAN AWARD
DOCUMENTS
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