Jamie Cross Collectables 
Awarded in 4 classes for 4 years (Bronze medal) 12 years (Silver medal) , 18 years (Silver medal) and 25 years (Gold Medal) and in a type for men and a type for woman,
(T358) A Scarce example of a Cased 4 Year Man's RAD Service Medal. The award is a nice Early lightweight type suspended from its original blue ribbon and has a pin fixing sewn to it. The card case is similar to the faithful service cross case being compartmented in two to separate the medal from the ribbon. This is in a fawn brown colour and also has this over the lid to the underside. The outside of the case has a number 4 in silver within a cogwheel and the case is a vacuum sealed case. There is minor wear and tear, which is to be expected, but nothing too bad. Scarce to find. GBP 385.00 (UK Pounds)

(S356) A Very Rare example of a privately purchased RAD Man's 25 Year Gold Service Medal. The medal is of gilt oxidised and polished finish being of lightweight construction with the highlights burnished, like to the lettering to the reverse, the swastika to the spade and the ears of corn etc. This award is also ring marked L/11 for the firm of Deumer. A very nice example to find, especially a lightweight privately purchased example. GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)


(P683) A Document and Award Grouping to a member of the German Blood and Soil Association. The nice award document has the recipient's name written in ink and is dated for 1/10/1937 and was for 5 years service in the Rheinland area. It is signed by the Kreisbauernfuhrer and has a nice document stamp to it. With it, comes a little cased medallion with in bronze metal for true service. The award is contained in a little domed paper hinge case with a cut out to take the award. GBP 375.00 (UK Pounds)

(V2504) A Superb and Rare example of a German Third Reich period Silver Bayern Labour Service Medal. The medal is silver hallmarked on the side 900 silver. It has a separately applied enamel shield with the Bayern colours soldered into the centre. There is no enamel damage to this shield. The award was given for 25 years service to Bayern industry and coincidentally, it is still award today minus the swastika that's was at the base of the Pre war award. A fine pretty scarce award. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS1366) A Nice example of an Officer's RAD enamel Cap Badge. The badge was recently attached to a sample board. To the reverse, the badge has its double prongs all intact and is double marked A, A&S as well as 39 RADJ. To the front, the enamelling is nice and clean, with no chips or scratches. The ears of corn still retain much of their silver plated finish. Scarce example. Nice to find a double marked example, especially in this condition. GBP 125.00(UK Pounds)

(L914) A RAD Tradition Cap Badge for the state labour service for the unit of Ost Prussia arbeits gau 1. The badge is complete with both fixing prongs to the reverse. There is no enamel damage. I found a price reference to the badge in the book "Katalog Der Abzeichen Deutscher Organisationen 1871-1945 dated 1997 which gave the badge a value of 180 dm. The badge has been removed from a shop display board that we recently acquired along with many other items GBP 90.00 (UK Pounds)

(P120) An NSBO Membership Badge. The badge shows the hand over a cogwheel holding a hammer. The badge is of nice quality and construction and is slightly larger than most encountered. GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(S710) A Stickpin Membership Badge for a member of the German RAD. The large tiepin badge shows the enamelled spade with two ears of corn one on either side. The badge has no enamel damage, although there is some age cracking. It has a nice stickpin fixing to the reverse and is of superb quality. It measures about 23 mm wide and as such, it is a nice impressive badge. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(V415) A German RAD Officer's Stickpin in the design of the cap badge. This is of enamelled spade upturned with two ears of corn to either side.. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(V996) A German NSBO Membership Badge the larger type worn on the guild uniform and shows as partial cogwheel with a hammer, being held by a hand and having a swastika to the hammer and the letters NSBO to the cogwheel. Very impressive. This example was part of the Brian L Davis collection and has only just come on to the market. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

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