Jamie Cross Collectables 

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(K73) A Nice example of an Army NCO Officers Cloth Breast Eagle being the bevo woven silver wire on a green background type that has been removed from a tunic. The eagle has been cut from the tunic and as such, only has part of it's original cloth backing intact. The eagle also shows some age staining etc, but is still a nice original example.

GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC526) A nice example of the German Navy/Army Silver Pin on Breast Eagle for the White Tunic. The eagle has both the hinge and hook intact and the bottom stabilising pin is also in place. There are no maker's marks to be found and the overall quality of the eagle is very nice with it retaining most of it's original silver finish. Very nice to find a Navy/Army Pin on Breast Eagle GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(N307) A well used and worn Army Officers Breast Eagle that has had the green backing mothed. The silver bullion threads have also oxidised in places, but the overall appearance is still nice and there is no pulling of the bullion threads. The backing cloth is also intact but again mothed.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(R281) An SS/Army Skull Cap Badge being what is called the 1st pattern, similar to the one worn on the panzer tunics and worn by the early SS on their kepi's and peak caps. The badge is in very nice condition and has two nice brass pins soldered to the reverse of the nice tombak silver plated skull. One of the nicest seen in a long time. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(S40) An Army Cap Eagle being of pressed aluminium. The eagle has only one pin of its two pins remaining and is of a nice bright aluminium construction. I can see no maker's marks but it is of good quality and ideal for using in a frame or maybe even restoration. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)


(J1653) A nice example of an Army Bevo Woven Cap Badge being in nice quality and condition and unmounted. The patch was recently acquired from a veteran source. Very nice to find.VGC.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(M456) A Mini salesmans sample of a Cap Cockade. The cockade is complete with both pins intact and is approximately 1/3 size of the original. Not often encountered, this being the first one I have seen in hand, so to speak.

GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(M710) A Bullion Cockade Cap Badge consisting of a metal roundel which then has around the edges, silver bullion oakleaves. This is nicely padded to give definition. The badge has actually been removed from a cap at some time. The item is in very good condition and is quite scarce to acquire. Ideal for those who need to replace missing or broken insignia. The award was picked up by a British serviceman who went in on D day and fought right the way through WWII and ended up in Hannover, where he liberated some items in what was described as a wehrmacht distributions office, as most of the items were packeted.

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)


(J1743) A Rare Pair of Edelweiss Collar Patch Emblems being heavily bullion embroidered onto a green wool backing, a couple of Edelweiss flowers in silver bullion. The patches are very rare and in very good condition.

GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)


(P538) A nice example of sadly a single Eppaulette for the Gross Deutschland Division. The Epp has a magnetic GD emblem affixed and The epp is piped in Pink for Panzers and appears to be an earlier pattern. This is the second time I have owned this epp and when originally purchased, it was a veteran bring back. Nice to find such a good epp to one of the best German units. There are a few moth nips but nothing too serious for such a rare item . GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)
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