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GERMAN ARMBANDS

(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)

(CS822) An unusual German Armband for a German Road Worker or repairer. The band is of cream with black printed letters, with the words "STRASSEN-ERLAUBNIS" to it. The band was picked up in the Hannover area. This is the first time I have seen this type of armband. In very good condition. GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(MB14) A Nice example of a NSDAP Armband being the type worn by a leader of the NSDAP at National level. The armband has a black swastika on a silk ribbed white base which is edged in a gold border which is over 1.5 mm wide. Onto the edge of the band is a cord with gold oak leaves woven into it which is 20 mm wide. The red cloth has suffered an ink stain at some time which has soaked into both the band and the white roundel. It has faded over the years but is obviously still noticable. The band aslo has the maker's label still attached. This has been water stained in places. The band is unsewn and was part of a group of items picked up at the end of the war by a British Serviceman and stored away and have only recently come on to the market. Other than the staining, this armband is in very good condition and shows no moth marks.

GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)

(MB66) A nice example of a Yellow General Service Armband with a black woven eagle woven into the band. The band is nice and clean and is sewn to the reverse. There is some minor staining to it but the front is nice and clean. Recently found with a group of items in America in an attic, it is believed the band was brought back by a serviceman and left until now. Nice to find nowadays.

GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(S296) A German Third Reich Luftwaffe" Jagdgeschwader Udet" Cuff Band for the Other Ranks. The band is of standard quality and construction, being a dark blue woollen band with white lettering machine embroidered onto it. The title is 39 cm approx in length and about 3.4 cm wide. To the reverse where the naming is embroidered, it has been re-inforced with a black cotton. There are no moth nips, or loss of the nap of the band , The band is a nice example and a veteran bringback. A Nice find. Used and worn this one has been sown up Priced for condition. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(S335) An unused and unworn NCO's Luftwaffe "Herman Goring" Cuff Band. The band is a full length example being hemmed on either side and manufactured from a doe skin type material, with white embroidered lettering, which is re-inforced to the reverse. The band has some minor wear and tear, but appears to be an unissued example. Very nice to find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS819) A Nice Clean example of the "Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht" Armband being a screen printed black lettered on cream material. The band is sewn up and is of good quality printing. Given to people who were not in military uniform, or who were in semi-military uniform to give them the added protection of being a soldier under the German military jurisdiction. This item came from the Hannover area of Germany. GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1638) A nice example of the German Deutsche Wehrmacht Armband. The band is of yellow cotton with a machine woven Deutsche Wehrmacht in black. There is also a rubber stamping to the band. This cannot be made out or determined though. The band is in very nice condition, a little age stained and was recently discovered in America with a few other German pieces. it is believed the band was brought back by a serviceman and left until now. Nice to find nowadays.

GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1639) A nice example of the German Deutsche Wehrmacht Armband. The band is of yellow cotton with a machine woven Deutsche Wehrmacht in black. There is also a rubber stamping to the band. This cannot be made out or determined though. The band is in very nice condition, a little age stained and was recently discovered in America with a few other German pieces. it is believed the band was brought back by a serviceman and left until now. Nice to find nowadays.

GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(M174) A Cuffband for the Old Comrades Association being Sudwest with two crossed swords on either side of the band. The band is nicely bevo woven in clean condition, full length and unmessed about with. Not often encountered nowadays. The band has never been used or worn.

GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(M932) A Set of Screen Printed Volkssturm Armbands. The set are as they were originally screen printed as shown by the scan. There are enough for three complete armbands and parts of another three where it has been ripped. Very rare to find like this. This shows not only how German screen printing was done at the time, but also it shows how they were made up etc from this to a band. A superb talking point item.

GBP 235.00 (UK Pounds)

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