Jamie Cross Collectables 

UK VAT NO 731 87 67 11


(S405) A Screen Printed Polish Worker's Badge being a purple P encompassed by a purple edge on a yellow square. These badges were worn by both the Polish and Eastern Workers who wore an OST patch, in German factories and on German farms to denote that they were workers and labourers of non-German origin. This example is unmounted and near mint, and matches known original examples of this scarce cloth badge. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1280) A rare to find RLB Air Defence Cap Badge with a nice enamelled swastika that is very finely painted over the aluminium badge and then fire hardened. This has chipped in a couple of places but nothing too bad. The cap badge is complete with all three pins to the reverse and it is in very nice condition overall.

GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(L1200) An other ranks RAD Cap Badge being the painted variety. The badge would have been classed as near mint but unfortunately two of the four pins to the reverse have broken off. The badge is unmarked but of good quality with nice paint finish and silvered finish. This was recently discovered during a house clearance in Germany. This was recently discovered during a house clearance in Germany.

GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(L1264) A Scarce example of a German Tram Drivers Cap Cockade and Badge. The badge consists of a winged wheel with sparks flying from the bottom, with a DAF style cogwheel to the top. Below this, comes a standard cap cockade of red, white and black. For a reference, collectors may like to look at the book "Labor Organizations of the Third Reich" by J R Angolia nd Dvid Littlejohn on page 175 where an example is shown of this cockade The cockade is complete with both pins and is maker marked to the reverse RZM M1/17. A Very Scarce cap cockade to find.

GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(M430) A Nice Cap Eagle being utilised by a number of organisations. The eagle is of pressed brass sheeting being silver plated with two bronzed pins soldered to the reverse. The cap eagle still retains its frosted and burnished finish and is in near mint condition. The badge was utilized by, amongst other organisations, the fire brigade for one.

GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(S222-6) A nice German Railway Police Bevo Woven Arm Eagle. This is the type with the letters WVD Brussel.. The eagle is in near mint condition and was part of a group of items picked up at the end of the war and brought back and only came onto the market recently. Very nice to find, especially to non German towns. Priced each we have four of these GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S148) A Nice Near Mint example of an unmounted RVD Kiew Arm Eagle. This is for the State Traffic Directorate. The eagle is complete with its original backing uncut, as the eagle has not been used or worn. Very nice to find. This is for the key town of Kiev in the Ukraine and as such, these are shortlived and scarcely issued arm eagle. GBP 47.50 (UK Pounds)


(JRG1) A rare pair of German SA collar patches, for the Elite SA Standarte "Feldherrnhalle", The patches are unused and in near mint and the rank patch still has its RZM paper tag to it A rare set to aquire these were picked up by a school boy in germany at the end of the war .

GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(N338) A Single RAD mans Collar Patch. The patch is in very good condition and has been stuck at some time in an album. The patch is the second period of patch issued from 1940 onwards. The patch is piped in green.

GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)


(J579) An unidentified Cloth Badge which I believe is probably and Old Comrades badge showing an embroidered NSDAP flag and tri colour flag with an anchor as the central design. The woolen backing if there was one has been mothed away. A nice and unusual item. Recently picked up in the Baltic.

GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

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