Jamie Cross Collectables 

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(CS329) A Nice example of an NCO privately made embroidered Breast Eagle. The eagle is of superb embroidery quality with the detailing picked out in black threads. There is some fraying as can be seen from the scan but nothing serious. Priced with this in mind. The eagle has been stored away until recently until now, this has served to preserve the breast eagle well.
GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS798) A Scarce example of an Army General grade Officers Cap Eagle being gold bullion thread on a forest green background. Unfortunately there has been some mothing to the green cloth along the righthand wing as can be seen from the scan. If this hadn't take place, you would be looking at a 300.00 + cap eagle, but as such priced for condition GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1423) A Nice example of an Army officer's Pin On Breast Eagle for use on the Summer tunic. This example retains a small proportion of its gilt wash, as can be seen from the scan and has gone a more bronze colour. The hinge, hook and retainer are all counter-sunk to the reverse of the badge. The badge has a very impressive looking eagle holding a swastika, being approximately 95 mm in length. This example is manufactured by the well known maker RK, who are well known for making very nice tank badges, please explore the tank badge page on the site for examples of these . GBP 110.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1425) A German Tri-Colour Badge being a type removed from a German tropical helmet. This has nice colour with the red and black and silver centre all showing minor usage. All three pins to the reverse are intact, although I wouldn't recommend moving them, as with age, they get more brittle. One of the nicest tri-colours we have had in a long time. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(P11) A Bevo Army Eagle being the type on the dark green backing with an off-white eagle bevo woven. The eagle is in near mint condition and was brought home by a British serviceman at the end of the war with some other eagles and patches, we also have for sale. Very nice to find in this condition. Priced Each at . GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(S617) A Nice example of a German Afrika Corps style Cap Eagle. The eagle has never been mounted and worn and is in near mint condition. Becoming increasingly hard to find these nowadays. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS1341) A Nice German zinc manufactured Jaeger Badge being of stamped sheet metal, with an aluminium oxidised finish. The badge has all three pins intact. In virtually mint condition, not often encountered nowadays. GBP 70.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1346) A German Army Cap Cockade that appears to have been gilded, although the reverse is silver. The cockade has to the centre, the standard white, red and black emblem affixed with two pins. The reverse has a central disc to hold the cockade and is marked 14 Ges Gesch. All the pins and prongs are intact and it is believed that the cockage was either for a general rank officer or a navy officer. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1420) A Nice example of a German Mountain troop Army Edelweiss Cap Badge. The badge is of nice quality and construction and is made from two pieces of metal, with the gilt centre affixed by two prongs. Worn on the left side of the ski cap by mountain troops. The badge is of nice quality and construction. GBP 45.00 (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)

(MB190) A German Army Bullion Cockade for the peaked cap. The cockade is padded and is in very good condition, all but some minor mothing and wear. Very scarce to find, it has a goldish hew to it but I assume it to be more that the cellulon oxidised. Ideal for restoration and repair of cap. Priced for condition.

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MB193) A German Army Bullion Cockade for the peaked cap. The cockade is padded and is in very good condition, all but some minor mothing and wear. Very scarce to find, it has a goldish hew to it but I assume it to be more that the cellulon oxidised. Ideal for restoration and repair of cap. Priced for condition.

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S442) A German Army Officer's Cap Cockade from WWII. The cockade has all pins intact and is ideal for replacing or repairing any cap, that needs a mint piece of insignia. GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)


(CS1208) A Pair of Unused Collar Patches that appear to be ex-stores condition. The patches are the type worn by armoured personnel and have bright green piping around green wool. The patches are backed with the usual glue impregnated hessian backing to give them resilience. There are no piercings or holes and it appears the patches have never been issued or worn. Very nice to find. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1459) A single German DAK collar patch that has been removed from a tunic. The patch shows wear and tear but is still in good condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC582) A German magnetic pressed Jaeger Cap Badge that has a spring pin fixing to it and shows no signs of pins being fitted or removed. . The badge has also been sprayed green at some point, giving it a plastic look. This was sometimes done to merge it into the green camo caps that were worn by the mountain troops, to help go with the camouflage. Of nice quality and construction, the badge is quite hard to find nowadays. This example if non-maker marked. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC123) Three German Army other rank Collar Patches in bevo woven material that have been cut from a roll. They appear to have been unused and in vgc. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 22.50 (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)

(S546) A Single Army Officer's Collar Patch in silver bullion with white cotton onto a dark green cloth backing. The patch has tarnished but is still in reasonably good condition, though the glue around the edge of the backing has given way, or alternatively it has been removed from a tunic poorly, hence the low price . This, along with another group of items, have been found in an old soldiers kit bag. GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S648) A Pair Officer's Collar Patches being for the parade tunic. The patches have silver tress or two bars on a red woollen base. The base has some mothing, but they are still nice and the mothing is only to the reverse. The patches are matched and appear to have been removed from a tunic. Nice to find. These would be for an artillary officer. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS339) A Single German Epp Badge in silver metal being the intertwind letter of "VH" , Complete with pins GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS340) German Epp Badge in gilt being the intertwind letter of "VI in silver Complete with pins GBP 5.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1207) A Pair of other ranks Eppaulettes that have two pieces of tress sewn around the base. There is the original bevo woven tress sewn around the rest of the epps. The epps are the slip on type and are in very good condition and are a light green. The epps are for a Jaeger unit and are very nice condition. The silver bullion tress to the top shows aging and oxidisation. Whereas where it has been folded over, it is still bright and unoxidised, where it has been protected. Very scarce to find, to a desirable unit. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(MB228) A German Army Trade Patch being a round green patch with a yellow snake on a staff. The detail on the snake has his eye picked out on black cotton and a red cotton tongue. Very nice condition. GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(R90) A Pair of Army Officer's Eppaulettes for a member of the artillery unit. The epps have the Roman numerals XI affixed to them, as well as their original buttons for fixing to a tunic. In very good but aged condition. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(S650) A Nice used and worn light blue Single Eppaulette for a member of the transport unit. The epp is for unterfeldwebel and has been removed from a tunic. The epp is a slip on and is in nice overall condition. GBP 17.50 (UK Pounds)

(S554) A Pair of German Army Panzer Eppaulettes that have been removed from what I believed to be a Great Coat. The epps have a number 2 stuck to them and they are both matched. They appear to have lost their original centre stiffeners. I assume that was taken out when they were removed. They are held together by a pair of original buttons and a safety pin. Over the years, they have warped, losing their shape. Priced taking into account, the condition described. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S521) A Pair of Panzer Officer's Collar Tabs and Sew In Eppaulettes along with a Flat Wire Bevo Woven Breast Eagle. To begin, the breast eagle has been sewn onto and removed from a tunic and is a very nice example that is undamaged. The bullion is in nice clean condition. These flat wire officer examples are not often encountered. Then you have two sew in eppaulettes with the numeral "4" in gilt, affixed to them. The epps again have been removed from a tunic as to the reverse, it has the colour change where you can see they were affixed into the shoulder pads. The epps show no sign of being upgraded and therefore, this was for a junior officer. Then there are two very nice panzer collar tabs that have had the Non magnetic skulls affixed with two prongs through a black woollen backing that is mounted onto a glued canvas base cloth, with pink edge tress machine sewn around the edge. These tabs have been carefully removed and are a matched pair in quality and construction. A very nice set being classic textbook panzer insignia. GBP 975.00 (UK Pounds)

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