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With Swords for Combatants

(CS973) A Cross of Honour for veterans of WWI. This is with swords for those who took part in combat operations. This award which is of standard magnetic construction, is maker marked 39 R V. Pforzheim. This award superceded several of the German state awards, like the Hamburg cross and was the first award instituted by Adolf Hitler as the chancellor of Germany in 1933. In good condition. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1128) A Nice Standard Cross of Honour with Swords being awarded to German veterans of WWI. The cross was issued to replace all the German state awards bar a few exceptions. The cross was given in three classes, swords for frontline combat troops, without swords for non-combatant troops, medics etc and in black for those troops who were killed in action and a cross was given to the relatives. This example is maker marked N & H to the center of the cross and the cross is complete a small piece of original ribbon. The cross is in very good condition, although there are a few rust spots. Priced for condition. The cross was recently acquired from a German House Agent from the centre of Germany. GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC601) A Cross of Honour Without Swords being the award given to non front line service troops, nurses etc. The award is of standard magnetic construction with a bronze plating. The reverse is maker marked KM & F, a manufacturer I have not encountered before. In overall nice condition. The award is complete with its ribbon that has been sewn up. Becoming hard to find., these awards were the first to be instituted by Adolf Hitler's third reich. GBP 22.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC787) A Cross of Honour with swords by the maker N & H . The cross has been removed from a court mounting and the bits of ribbon are still attached in their original court formation. The cross is in nice condition with no age staining. Given for combatants who took part in WWI, this cross replaced the German state war medals. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

With out Swords for Non-Combatants

(S262) A Cross of Honour Without Swords for German Service Personnel who were veterans of WWI in non-combatant formations. This particular cross has some minor rusting to it, as can be seen from the scan, and has its ribbon sewn up also. The cross is a maker marked example, being marked R.V.25Pforzheim in raised letters to the base at the back. GBP 17.50 (UK Pounds)

Without Swords in Black for the next of Kin

(CS1002) A Black Cross of Honour Without Swords. The cross is in very good condition. It is better than shown in the scan. To the reverse, it is marked with O.10. The cross was given to the families of soldiers who were killed in action and as such, is the scarcest of all three types of cross to acquire. Complete with it's original ribbon that has a pin sewn into the top for wear GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS677) A group of 3 Award Documents from WWI to a Paul Otto Vogel. They consist of the Cross of Honour for the front line fighters, the Fredrich August Medal in Bronze, awarded on 27th June 1918, and a Keiser Huffhauser Bund Der Deutschen Landes-Kreigerverbande Citation. All citations are in nice condition, although they have been folded and show their age. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(N871) A near mint example of the 1st type Schlageter Badge with the Bar "SPARTAKUS" and date bar "1919-23" attached to it. The award is maker marked to the reverse in raised letters Paul Kust Abzeichen-u Ordenfabrik Berlin SW19 Ges Gesch 101". This is the type with the swords fixed to the base as well

GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(M843) A WWI Kuffbund Commemorative Medal complete with its original ribbon. The award is in nice order with virtually all of its original bronze finish. The award is often found on WWI medal groupings. This came from a German house clearance agent GBP 13.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS253) A German WWI Red Cross Medal in Very Nice Condition with its Court Mounted Pin On Ribbon. The medal is frosted and burnished and is in near mint condition. This was recently removed from a salesman's board. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(R230) An Imperial German 15 Year Service Cross, showing the imperial crown to one side and an X and V to the other. In nice condition and complete with a piece of blue ribbon. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(P481) A Kuffbund Medal in very good condition. It has had its ribbon adapted with a pair of crossed swords affixed. There is a nice pin fixing to it and the medal has been polished and cleaned.
GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)


(M327) A Nice Early Near Mint example of a General German Automobile Organisations Bronze Sports Achievement Badge. The badge shows the lettering DAAK with an eagle to the centre around an oakleaf wreath. The badge is in virtually mint condition and came in an original gasoline packet with the makers name Josef Bergs and Co. which was probably why the medal is in such nice condition still as it was purchased wrapped in this. The quality of the badge is excellent and it is of solid construction with more of a jewellery pin and hook as shown in the Niemann book. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(M326) A German Marine Flanders Cross of die cast zinc. The cross appears from my point of view, to be a replacement item manufactured in the 1930's, 40's or 50's. I feel it is more likely to be from the 40's as it is of grey zinc construction and has no gilding applied that can be seen. The cross is of nice quality, and has no makers marks. The cross comes complete with a new piece of ribbon and priced with this in mind. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC426) A Nice example of a German 1866 War Medal, showing the Prussian Eagle holding onto a cannon. This medal was issued for the war between Germany and Denmark. It is with its unmounted ribbon. Very nice striking. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(N868) A Prussian State Fire Brigade Service Badge issued from 1934-36. The award is maker marked for Prussian State mint as well as silver marked. The award was superceded and replaced by the Fire Service cross and hence is quite scarce. In vgc to near mint. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(N884) A Fredrich Augustus Medal being in very nice condition. The award retains virtually all of it's original plated finish. This with a number of other items, was recently acquired from a Deumer sample board and shows the company was still manufacturing WWI awards during the Third Reich period. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

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