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(CS178) A LDO Mini German Cross in Gold on its Card of Issue. The cross is of multi-piece riveted construction maker marked L/57 to the reverse. The cross is of lovely quality and construction and is on the LDO marked card. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS202) A Belgium 25 Year Albert Service Cross to commemorate 25 years of his reign. The cross is on its original ribbon and is of nice quality and construction. The crown fitting swivels and the cross is a nice gilt colour. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)
(CS239) A Finnish 5th Division Cross showing the lynx head to the front with the digits of 5.D 1941-1944. The cross is of nice quality and construction. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)
(CS333) A Scarce Early example of a Croatian Bravery Medal in Silver, The award was given for bravery in combat, and was awarded both to Croatian and German Forces from 1941-1945. This is mid war example being silver grade zinc type. Nice The medal is mounted on the Austrian style of mounting being a triangular shape piece of ribbon thats the wrong colour .
GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS371) A Very Rare grouping of items to a German national who served with the Finnish armed forces between 1941-1944. The grouping consists of his Passport, Personal Diary, Finnish Service Book and Record Sheet. The name of the man is H Zimmermann and there is a photograph of him in Finnish army uniform with the rank of a company sergeant major. This is a very rare grouping to find as it doesn't often happen this way round, with mostly Finns serving in German units. Included in the grouping is his diary which goes up to 1944, where he went on leave to Berlin. His passport has him in scout uniform and his Finnish service record book shows him in civilian clothing. This is a superb grouping, worthy of further research, which would be quite a lengthy and interesting project, which should answer why he was where he was.
GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS629) A World War One Iron Cross 1st Class being manufactured between 1930-1945. This is the type that is often privately purchased as a replacement for those missing or lost awards. The cross retains virtually all of its frosted and burnished finish and has a nice black painted core. Scarce to find. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS654) British WWI 1914-15 Star Trio to Private 08002 D C Bennet of the Army Ordanace Corp, Who was Mentioned in dispatches 31/8/1919, and who served in Egypt from 1/8/1915. The awards are mounted for wear and are in good condityion, also enclosed is a copy of the medal index card GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS671) A Textbook example of what is considered the Penal Belt Buckle being a steel manufactured belt buckle with no design other than pebbling to the centre of the buckle. The buckle is maker marked as are all known originals B & N 43. This is stamped into the buckle where the retaining clip is. This buckle retains approximately 85-90% of its original finish and has yet to be positively identified as a penal example. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS848) A mint unmounted and un-used ex stores Pair of Finnish Army Logistics Officers Collar Partch pair found in a store room. These were manufactured for the Winter War campaign between Finland and Russia between 1939-1940. The pair are mounted onto a backing cloth of hessian with the cotton thread machine sewn into the coloured wool, which goes through to the backing cloth. The patch when used would be cut in half and sewn to the tunic's collar, displaying one either side of the tunic GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS921) A Slovakian War Badge for the Schnelle Division for service on the Russian Front. It has a number to the back stamped into it of 2464. . The badge has had a repair to the reverse with lead solder, soldering two loops to it and it can clearly be seen where the central pin once was. The badge is used and worn but very very rare. Priced for condition and rarity. GBP 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS922) A Close Combat Clasp in Bronze for the Army, being a used and worn example by the maker Ausf A.G.M.u.K. Gablonz and with the designer's name of Fec W. E. Peekhaus, Berlin to the lefthand side. The magnetic back plate shows what appears to be glue or melted plastic marks which appears to be where someone has stuck it to a board or something. These look like rust spots until you look at them under a glass. The clasp has a fluted magnetic pin with a nice countersunk hook and a cast in hinge. The backing plate is nice and tight and held in by four horizontal lugs. The clasp is in very good condition with most of it's original bronze intact. This has now turned a darkish bronze. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS923) A Nice example of a Blockade Breaker Badge by the well known maker Schwerin Berlin. This type is shown in the book "War Badges of the Kriegsmarine" by Gordon Williamson on page 321-322. The badge is an earlier silver plated tombak type and is of lovely quality. 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1044) A late war Cased Gold Wound Badge. The case is the vacuum seal type with the paper hinge and silk covering. Unfortunately, as is often the case, the paper has split, leaving just the silk holding the case together. The case has handling, wear, tear and scuffing as can be seen. Within the case, it is marked to the underside of the cut out to take the wound badge, 239 and 629KB. The wound badge is a mid to late war example maker marked 65. The badge only retains approximately 30% of its gold finish. The hinge and hook are cast in. Nice to find a late war gold wound badge in the correct pattern case. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(K1426) A Very Nice example of a Hollow backed Infantry Assault badge being nicely convexed. The badge has a nice pin, hinge and hook soldered directly to the zinc sheet metal and the hinge is a nice covered wagon style. The badge is of very nice quality, construction and detailing. A nice variation for the infantry assault badge collector. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(GE5) A nice condition Glider Badge being the type made by Wilhelm Deumer with the solid swastika and as such this example is maker marked to the reverse of the eagle. The award retains approximately 75% of it's original finish with minor wear to the high points of the badge giving a nice contrast to it. The badge is a textbook example of the Deumer style of pin, hinge and hook construction with the base having a solid swastika as previously mentioned and the circular retaining clip to the reverse as well as the broad hinge block. All in all, the award is a nice quality example of Deumer's work. It is quite a scarce badge to acquire.GBP 1250.00 (U K Pounds)

(L827) A Dutch NSB Serve and Endure Badge, in red and black enamel with an orange, white and blue central portion. The award is maker marked to the reverse STAMBOEK NO. A similar example is shown in the book" Foreign Legions of the Third Reich" Vol. 2 by David Littlejohn on page 169 where it gives a write up with a more pictures of this award. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)
(MC115) An unusual Railway Bevo Woven Cap Badge with a metal cockade fixed to the centre. The cap cockade has been removed from a cap and is in very good condition. Very scarce to find these. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)
(MC130) A German Day Badge in the Hitler Dank Series being for the Gau Mecklberg. Lubeck area dated 1933-34. The badge is of Early quality gilded metal and complete with its pin. This was given to the supporters of Hitler who came to power in 1933. The award is complete with its pin. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)
(MC131) A German Day Badge in the Hitler Dank Series being for theWest Falen Nord. area dated 1933-34. The badge is of Early quality gilded metal and complete with its pin. This was given to the supporters of Hitler who came to power in 1933. The award is complete with its pin. This was part of a group picked up by someone who was obviously in charge of de-nazification or had light fingers! GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC193) A German Old comrades membership badge for the " Der Stalhelm" Nice quality and hard to find SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC335) A Nice example of a maker marked U-Boat Badge. The badge is maker marked RK It has a cast in hinge, with a countersunk hook and a thin rifled needle pin. The badge has lost most of its gilt finish, but is in near mint condition eg the gilding has faded into the metal. Nice to find maker marked. This is a classic RK. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(N871) A near mint example of the 1st type Schlageter Badge with the Bar "SPARTAKUS" and date bar "1919-23" attached to it. The award is maker marked to the reverse in raised letters Paul Kust Abzeichen-u Ordenfabrik Berlin SW19 Ges Gesch 101". This is the type with the swords fixed to the base as well

GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(N980) A Very Rare and seldom encountered German Saar Ring. The ring is in its original manucturer's Presentation Box in dark blue with the manufacturer's name of Fritz Mannheim Kaiserslautern in silver. The box is opened like a matchbox and has a blue flocking base. On the ring, it has Saardant 1935. On the inside, it also has Reichskommissar with a facsimile of his signature. Whether this is to rival the SS Honour Ring, I don't know. Also with this, comes the original presentation document which has the addition of being very nicely filled out. Dated for 1/3/35, the reverse has the issue date of 8/10/1935 stamped in red to it. A very rare set only ever seen once before. I Sent some pictures to David Littlejohn many years ago to use and he sent me a card back thanking me . GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(P84) A Rare example of the Azad Hind Breast Star. The star has been the subject of confusion for many years. It is my belief that this is a post 1945 issue manufactured by the firm of Souval after the end of the war, but this is a private view of mine and not shared by the majority of dealers and collectors, (if you are of this view, you will get a very good bargain as these are in the region of `1500.00 !). The badge has a nice gilt central disc on an 8 pointed radiated star with a nice gilt tiger's head to the centre. The reverse has a nice pin fixing applied with a central disc affixed to the middle. The disc has no manufacturer's name as often is encountered on these awards. The star is slightly toned but still a superb example of a rare award. Priced as per my opinion, post 1945. GBP 300.00 (UK Pound)

(P610) An Imperial WWI Black Wound Badge being of Magnetic construction. The badge is a nice Early issue and retains much of its original black painted finish. Given for 1-2 wounds in combat for the German armed forces (not including the navy) in WWI. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(R118) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The award is in virtually mint condition, with virtually all of its frosting and burnishing intact. The cross comes complete with its full length of original ribbon, which is nice to find nowadays. There is no splitting or cracking to the core. The cross looks like a 100 type manufacture, with the slightly smaller swastika etc. GBP 110.00 (UK Pounds)

(R119) A Bronze S A Sports Badge being the type marked for the Hauptstelle. The award is also maker marked by the well known firm of E.SCHNEIDER LUDENSCHEID and is a non magnetic example. The badge is also numbered 235049. Very good condition, with no real staining. The badge is slightly convexed. GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

(R156) A German Memorial Card to a Franz Seibold, being a member of the SS Totenkopf Regiment. The card shows him in his SS uniform with his skull collar patch wearing an iron cross 2nd class. It also says he is a member of the SS totenkopf division and holder of the iron cross 2nd class, the general assault badge and ost medal. He was killed in action on the 6th September 1943. I have managed to track him down on the German war graves commission and enclose a copy with the memorial card. Scarce to find, especially a verified one. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(R160) A Very Strange and unusual Paratrooper's Badge. The badge has a nice eagle riveted to what can only be described as a homemade or jeweller's made wreath. To the reverse, the badge has a jewellery type pin, hinge and hook fixing, with the eagle affixed by two flat domed rivets. The eagle itself is of a recognised pattern, with the third claw cut off as often seen on Juncker types. The eagle is a nice Early example. How and why this eagle has turned up like this, has yet to be discovered. Still, an interesting award. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)

(R172) A German Press Photograph showing the Japanese and the Italian diplomats signing an agreement in the reichs chancellery. The photo is a Hoffmann press one. A rare piece of history. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)


(CS592) A finnish Belt badge for the 15th signals Battalion The badge is in Silver, Red and Black enamel. Maker marked, These were worn on the Service Belt GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS735) A nice Finnish Continuation War Regimental badge for the 46th Infantry Regiment. The badge has its screw back fixing and is in nice condition, showing a swastika and 3 coloured enamel`s to the centreof White, Black and Yellow . The badge is approx 13mm square and has minor wear and tear, GBP 90.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1131) A Nice example of an issued and awarded Iron Cross 1st Class. The cross comes with its original award Case and shows moderate wear and tear. There is no damage to the swastika or core. The frame in my opinion, has had a knock at the 6 0 clock righthand side on the corner, as there is a crack along the joint now. The frame most of its black finish, with the silver frame oxidising black in places. This would all probably clean if so wished, but as it has a nice overall look, I personally, would leave it alone. To the reverse, a third of the way down the pin at the widest poin, you have the No 65 stamped into it, for the well known firm of Klein and Quenzer. The hinge, pin and hook all work perfectly. The cross comes in its original domed award case that has an off-white silk under lid which is light beige flocked base cloth. To the underside of this, when lifted out, there is the well known impressed D & B mark, with the number 2957 stamped in. The box as stated, is the domed type, with a good working hinge and hook, which snaps shut when closed, holding the box nice and tight. The hinge and press stud are magnetic, and you have the outline of the cross in silver embossed to the lid. A very nice example to find. Priced for cracking. GBP 299.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1135) A WWI Imperial Iron Cross 1st Class for 1914. This cross is a non-magnetic example that is slightly dished and is constructed in the usual three piece manner. The award retains virtually all of its paint finish. The silvered frame shows frosting and burnishing under the tarnish. To the reverse, it has a standard imperial hinge, pin and hook fitting and I would suggest this is a privately purchased period piece of superior quality and constuction. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1138) A Nice Early Issue Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross has a nice rattling centre encompassed by a two piece silver frame that shows much of its original frosted and burnished finish. The cross has the No 40 stamped into the ribbon ring. This is for the firm of Berg a& Nolte. The overall appearance of the cross puts it in the near mint category. A nice cross to acquire for the iron cross numbered collectors. GBP 110.00 (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)

(N20) A Small Finnish Watch fob type Badge showing the Finnish lion on a red enamelled shield soldered to a cross, with two further bars above. This appears to be a Finnish volunteers shield and was probably manufactured and made for the Finnish Winter War of 1939-45. To the reverse, it has the letters ALD stamped in.GPB 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(R398) A 2nd Class Finnish Order of the Medal of Liberty. The award was given to Finnish and German troops for acts of bravery in WWII where Finland, like many other axis countries, helped Germany in their invasion of the Soviet Union. The Finns joined Germany in this to reclaim their lands that were lost to them in the Winter War. A Nice award that was given for acts of bravery. The date 1941 shows it is for the continuation war as opposed to the the Winter War. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(S86) A Valve for what is believed to be a radio set in an armoured vehicle. The valve is well marked with the Wehrmachteigentum mark as well as Waffen Ampt stamped, dated 04/42 and RV2P800. The valve also has the maker's name of Volvo to the top. In very good condition. Somones has scratched onto it "ok", so I am assuming someone has tested it to see if it works. A superb talking point, and if your radio is missing one, this could be it! GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(S281) A British Medal Group of 4, complete with its original card showing entitlement, Medal Ribbon Envelopes with Medal Ribbon, a Slip from the Royal Armoured Corps office, saying this is your original entitlement also. The grouping consists of the 1939/45 Star, France and Germany Star, War and Defence Medal, there is also the soldiers original pressed Dog Tags, made to the same recipient as on the box, being W P Beechman., as well as his regimental number. There is also his size Medal Ribbon Bar, a Sergeant's Stripe, full size Medal Ribbon Bar for 3 of the awards. It is known that he survived the war and bought back a few souvenirs. He was part of the unit sent to help/relieve the British Paratroopers at Arnheim Bridge All in near mint unused condition GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(S283) A Matched Pair of 8th Hussar Eppaulette Covers. The covers are on British green wool, with black embroidery of 8 and then H. They have their back fittings intact and as such, are quite scarce to acquire. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S284) A British Royal Gloucester Hussar's Cap Badge of pressed brass metal. The badge is in very nice condition and was formerly in the possession of a soldier named W P Beechman. In very good condition. GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S285) A Nice example of a British WWII Royal Armoured Car Cap Badge showing the gloved gauntlet, with the letters RAC flanked by two arrows, going up to the British king's crown. This cap badge was was formerly in the possession of a soldier named W P Beechman GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S286) An 8th King's Royal Irish Hussar's Cap Badge & Old Comrades Membership Badge Pair. This Pair was formerly in the possession of a soldier named W P Beechman who served in either the Gloucestershire or Royal Irish Hussar's before moving over to the the Royal Armoured Car regiment. The cap badge is of bi-metal construction with a king's crown and title scroll in bronze, with the Irish harp in silver. The old comrades badge has the title and battle honours in green enamel with a representation of the cap badge to the centre and shamrocks to the sides. A nice unusual set. In Very Good Condition. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(S321) A NSDAP Collar Patch Pair being "NSDAP Kragenspiegel Reichsleitung for a Abschnittsleiter" Circa 1939. The patches consists of a dark pink moleskin material wrapped around a hessian backing cloth, being piped in yellow synthetic piping with a golden eagle and an oakleaf affixed to each patch. The patches have not been used or worn and are in very nice condition. Not often encountered today, these are for a high party member. GBP 365.00 (UK Pounds)

(S337) A Cased Set of 6 German Spoons in a cutlery case with the maker's name embossed onto rose pink silk on the inside of the upper lid. There is also pink silk to the base, with 6 spoons, compartmented. Each of the spoons is in very good condition and has the maker's mark to the reverse of JUBST as well as the numbers 23 and 10 stamped into it. On each of the ends of the spoon, is a 22 mm size panzer badge that has been soldered neatly to the spoon. The soldering is old and appears to be lead or silver. Either way, it has been beautifully executed. It is my belief that the item was a wedding present to a panzer man or officer. Very stylish spoons. They could do with a mild clean, but they are in fantastic condition for their age. This type of individually manufactured item, is not often encountered. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(S347) A Very Nice example of an RS Tank Badge being the type with the wide bladed pin. This is the type with the rounded lettering and has a nice hook soldered onto a plate with is affixed to the reverse of the badge and you have a cut out lip plate to take the hinge. The badge appears to be a bronze example and has the usual die flaws accepted for all wartime Souval badges. A very Scarce example to find especially with this sturdier pin, hinge and hook fitting, not the normal needle pin fixing, as often found this is one of only a couple of types found with this pin fitting . GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(S348) A Nice Early Police 8 Year Service Medal complete with its original blue ribbon and pin. The medal has oxidised but is the earlier nickel silver type. The blue ribbon is nice and clean and you have a nice pin fixing sewn to it. Given for 8 year service in the German police force, these medals are hard to find. GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(S349) A Nice example of the German Red Cross Medal being construction of two pieces with a red and white enamelled cross and circular border, with a black enamelled eagle soldered to the centre, holding a black enamelled swastika in a gold wreath. To the reverse, you have the shape of the cross with the wording "FUR VERDIENSTE UM DAS DEUTSCHE ROTE KREUZ" to the reverse. Much work has gone into this, very nice enamelling with no chipping or damage to it. Complete with its ribbon. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(S351) A Nice typewritten letter from the commanding general of the SS volunteer corps, confirming the Order of the Croatian Order of the Crown of King Zvonimir 1st class with Oakleaves has been awarded to Oberstleutnant Der Schutz Polizei Ernst Korn. It also states the cittation is unavailable and the award is herewith given. As a side note, he is listed in the SS service list for the 1st October 1944 as number 1645, giving his date of birth as 11.06.1899 with his rank as Obstlt.D.SCLP and that he was promoted to SS Stermbannfuhrer on 1st Mai 1939 and that he was on the B.STAB ABXV unit. His SS number is 327376. He was also noted as holder of the iron cross 2nd class and cross of honour. Nice to find to a confirmed SS officer. The document is also signed by a fellow Stermbannfuhrer. In very good condition, the document has been folded twice and has wear, but it is great for its age, considering it is around 70+ years old. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(S352) A Very Nice Pair of Panzer Man's Collar Tabs and Eppaulettes. The Epps are for an officer in the 6th Company and have the gilt numerals affixed to two eppaulettes. The epps are fhte sew in types and are for the lowest army officer rank. The panzer tabs are black wool, piped in yellow with two magnetic skulls affixed with three pins to the centre of the tabs. The tabs appear to have been removed from a tunic as do the epps and are a matched grouping. Being piped in yellow for a member of the army, which makes them formerly a cavalry regiment, transfarred over to the panzer corps. Very rare to find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 650.00 (UK Pounds)

(S354) A 1957 Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross complete with its Ribbon, Case and Loop. The cross is the non magnetic type and is 800 silver marked at the base of the cross in the 6 oclock position. The silver loop is unmarked. The cross is of three piece construction with a non magnetic centre. The cross comes in its presentation case that is of modern manufacture with the rounded corners, white silk underlid and black cut out for the cross. In very nice condition and becoming hard to find. These have been manufactured throughout the decades, currently in England they are being manufactured with the 925 mark. This one having an 800 mark, probably dates it to before the 1980's, so relatively early one. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(S372) A Nice Early to mid war Russian Front Campaign Medal being the type with the silver plated edge and gun metal blued centre. The award is maker marked 88 to the ribbon loop. This award is of nice quality and construction and would have been one of the first to be award, dating it around 1942 for the campaign of 1941-42. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S373) An Olympic Games Souvenir Badge showing the Brandenburg Gate in white enamel, with the date 1936 and XI Olympiade Berlin and then the 5 olympic rings below that. To the reverse, it has the maker's mark of HA and the patent pending Ges Gesch mark. There is some minor enamel cracking to the badge as can be seen from the scan, but nothing too bad for a souvenir over 80 years old. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S374) A Relic Condition German Luftwaffe Dagger. Though I use the term relic, this dagger isn't that bad. To start with, the blade has some minor rusting to it and it is slightly twisted when you look at it from the handle. You have aluminium fittings, with a white plastic handle, which is overlaid on a wood base. The wire grip is nice and complete. You then have a well used and faded portee wrapped around the handle, this has lost most of the silver wiring. The blade is marked WMW WAFFEN. You then have a steel scabbard that has again, rusted with alloy fittings affixed. To these, you have two parts of the luftwaffe strap, which are complete with their hooks, buckles and top fixings, but minus their overall joiner, which would tie the two straps together at the top. This dagger could really do with some tlc, with the rust removed, the blade polished and oiled and the scabbard sorted. With these daggers being priced at well over 500 now, this would be a great project for someone who has the time, skill and ability to clean it up. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(S378) A Paper Packet for an Iron Cross 2nd Class. The paper packet is in virtually unused condition and has the award's designation printed in black ink to the front and the maker's name to the reverse, again, printed in black in, being Jakob Bengel. The packet contains a piece of unused and unworn ribbon and it would be ideal for anyone that has a number 44 iron cross 2nd class that they would like to put a packet with. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)
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(CS22) A First World War Pair of British Medals to 40255 Pte G.W.Warren Essex R. A nice untouched pair being the War and victory medals. Both in very good condition. Unresearched.

GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS189) A Superb example of a Slovakian Pilots Observers Badge. The badge is of one piece construction and of two toned finish with a silver eagle within a gilt wreath. The eagle is holding the Slovakian double cross on a mountain top. This is the shield shaped emblem for that country. Very nice quality and construction. This is matched for size all those on the internet for reference sites. Complete with a pin, hinge and hook fixing. The badge does not turn up very often, with this being the Third one I have ever seen in 20 years. GBP 850.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS240) A Nice Finnish Winter War Cross for the 4th Division. The cross is the Earlier type and has to the reverse, the digits 39LANSI 4D KANNAS40 to it, and to the front you have the two arms holding swords with a crown above. Very nice condition. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS290) A Trade Badge being an orange star shape on a green background. The patch has been used and worn but is in very good condition. The patch appears to be for a motor mechanic and has been removed from a tunic. GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS326) A Small Italian Collar Tab Emblem, used during the RSI period, showing a sword within a wreath. The emblem is quite scarce. The emblem has been stored away until recently until now, this has served to preserve the emblem well. GBP 25.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS351) A Silver Infantry Assault Badge being a mid to late war example with the hinge and hook counter sunk into the reverse of the badge. The badge has turned a slate grey and lost virtually all of its original silvered finish. The badge has not been put down to any specific maker although this style is often encountered.
GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS489) A very rare exaple of a silver class Tank Destruction Strip for one enemy tank destroyed. This is the type with the three pins mounted through a zinc non magnetic back plate. The tank is also non magnetic and the award is unbacked.. The tank measures approx 18.00mm by 42.49 mm wide and the backing cloth measures approx 30.10mm by 100.00mm Over all in vgc to near mint
GBP 700.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS536) A Near Mint Example of an Iron Cross 1st Class in its Near Mint Case and bashed up Outer Card Cover. The card cover is split but has protected the case very well. The card case is marked Rufolf Souval Wein 62/VII. It also has the award's designation printed to it. When the box is closed up, it still protects the case. The case is a nice domed type being the D and B marked example. This is to be found under the flocked base. This has some minor staining or impression marks to the underside of the lid and flocking base. The cross itself is a nice toned example and has the features associated with the firm of Souval. The cross has no splitting or cracking to it and is unmarked. A nice set to acquire with its scarce card box and they are not turning up too often any more. A nice veteran bring back item.
GBP 600.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS985) A Rare example of A other ranks Dannish Schalburg Cross, The cross is the standerd painted type with a pin soldered to the reverse. The cross retains most of its original red and white painted finish and is of two piece construction. Only the third one I have had, this one matches those one`s identically and is the type also known in public collections and museums. Believed to have been unawarded, this cross was part of a collection to have come in from Denmark where it was apparently picked up at the end of the war. GBP 1750.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1870) A Nice Memorial Card to a Johann Reiter who was an Obergreifreiter in an artillary regiment. The memorial card shows a head and shoulder photograph of Johann wearing a cape of some description. The card also states he died of wounds received in March 1942 and died in April 1942. Nice unusual card. It also comes with a German war graves commission print out confirming these details and showing he died in Russia. 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(M76) A Finnish WWII 1939-40 Winter War Medal with the clasp Kainuu+X and the crosses sword Insignia to the ribbon. The medal is a nice standard issue being of blackened steel. Nice to find these awards with their battle bars. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(M319) A Dutch NSB W.A Civil Lapel Badge. The badge was issued to those Dutch members of the equivalent of the German SA for wear on civilian clothes. The badge is of nice quality and construction and is very scarce to find. With few being awarded and even fewer surviving, this is only the second one I have seen. An illustration of this badge is shown in the book "Foreign Legions of the Third Reich Vol. 2" by David Littlejohn, on page 163. The badge is maker marked to the reverse with an F over a B which is surmounted by an H. There is no enamel damage to the badge. The badge is of striking colour and design showing a blue wolf's hook on a white circular background bordered in orange. GBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(MB134) A rare to find Werkschutz Breast Eagle/Gorget for 'Factory-Protection' Police The award is a late war issue in painted zinc, this is marked 'Hermann Aurich,Dresden'. To the reverse The needle is iron-magnetic, and the shield measures 10,5 cm x 5,8 cms. In excellent + condition . Very nice to find. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC155) A Nice Early quality SA Day Badge for 1938 showing an upturned sword with the SA logo to the hilt surrounded by oakleaves. With a plaque to the bottom giving the SA group's name of Hochland to it. The reverse is maker marked as well as RZM marked, giving the badge a nice duel mark. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC160) A Nice blood and boden Farmer's Day Badge showing an eagle perched on the blood and boden plynth, dated for 1939 for the area of Leipzig. The badge has a nice maker's mark to the reverse of Fechler. A scarce badge to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC162) A Very Nice example of the NSFK Flight Prize Badge. The badge is of nice quality, construction and manufacture. The NSFK emblem is to the top. Around the edge, it has inscribed For the great flying day in Frankfurt, roughly translated. This was sponsored by the NSFK group 11. A very nice badge to find. An illustration can be found in the book "NSFK, Uniforms, Organisation & History" by John R Angolia 7 David Littlejohn on page 445. GBP 150.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC570) A Nice example of the Earlier plated Russian Front Medal. The medal retains much of its original plated finish although it has bubbled a little as can be seen. This doesn't detract from the overall look of the medal. The award is ring stamped 100 and comes complete with its original ribbon. Very nice to find. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC571) A Nice Example of an Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is unmarked and of standard three piece construction. The cross retains virtually all of its original paint finish. The cross has no ring stamping and appears to be an early example. It comes with its original ribbon. Very nice condition. GBP 110.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC572) A size Ribbon Bar Pair consisting of the Iron Cross and Russian Front Medal. This was to be worn on the tunic above the left breast pocket and showed entitlement to both the iron cross and Russian front medal. The ribbons are in nice, clean condition. GBP 12.50 (UK Pounds)

(P109) A Cased Eastern People's Award 1st Class in Silver. Although the award has toned silver, there does appear to be traces of gold to it. I feel this is more of a lacquer than gilding, but the pin, hinge and hook are also gold in colour. The emblem however, on the lid, is silver. If the award wasa gold one, obviously it would be worth more, so we have priced it as a silver. GBP 399.00 (UK Pounds)

(P227) Set of four WWII German Army men`s Post Cards , Priced for all of them All are in vgc and some have notations to the reverse GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(P467) A Police 18 Year Service Cross in its Case of Issue. The cross is heavy silver plated metal that still shows the die sheer marks around the edge with no attempt of finishing being made. There are no ring markings to this item. The silver plating is all intact although the frosting has been cleaned off. With the cross comes a piece of ribbon with a white embroidered eagle to it and it is housed in a two piece card box with the paper hinge to the back split. The flocking on the inside is nice and clean and the outside shows usual wear and tear. Becoming scarce to find. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(Q2) A length of Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939 ribbon of Red,White and Black. The ribbon is near mint and measures 28cm long, Enough for two awards. GBP 9.99 (UK Pounds)

(R15) A Bar to the Iron Cross 2nd Class being the scarce 1st pattern style with the scolloped out edges. The bar looks like the L/57 type, which I believe is Boerger and Co. as the eagle has the same head as the marked 2nd pattern examples I have had. The badge has two reverse pins going top to bottom and is on a nice piece of original ribbon. Also with this is an Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914 being of nice quality and construction, with a magnetic centre and a silver frame, that is nicely soldered around it. The iron centre retains virtually all of its original black paint work and as such, the silver has toned a blackish colour matching the cross. The cross is maker marked N to the ribbon loop. A very nice very early issue set. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 395.00 (UK Pounds)

(R18) An Army Flak Badge being a mid to late war example, with a countersunk hinge and hook. The badge is similar in construction and design to the Hermann Aurich type but this one is marked LM within a circle. The badge as is often the case with these ones, shows a storage wear and tear that is often encountered on this particular maker. Of nice quality and construction, this type is a known maker though unidentified, who was in co-operation with the Aurich. Not often encountered these days. GBP 550.00 (UK Pounds)

(R148) A Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle in very good condition although there appears to be a glue stain to the bottom of the eagle swastika. There is also a pull snip there to check it is a woollen cloth, I presume, which you can tell, without testing it that way. The eagle is of nice embroidery and would possibly clean up removing this glue. I would suggest hot water, but it's down to the new owner. Priced of the staining etc. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(R150) A Very Nice example of the seldom encountered German NSDAP Supporters Party Flag Badge. The badge is of pressed aluminium construction, with a pressed in pin fixing to the reverse. This reverse is marked Karl Wild of Hamburg and the front retains all its original finish. A very nice badge, very hard to get nowadays. Near mint. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(R206) A Nice example of a Cross of Honour With Swords, Ribbon Bar. The bar has a black piece of cloth mounted to the reverse, and the ribbon is nice, clean and clear. In very good condition. GBP 5.00 (UK Pounds)

(S342) A Museum Copy of the German Balloon Badge. This is almost indistinguishable from the original manufactured in the right pressed manner, with the detailing being actually better than the original. The award comes with the original style of pin and hook and apart from seeing one sold a few years ago, this is the first one I have seen in a long one, being a top notch copy. This is an ideal space filler for anyone who wishes to complete their army badge set, but doesn't want to pay the 3000+ for an accepted original. GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)


(MEDAL-CASES) Over the years we have had many collectors and dealers ask if we can supply replacement boxes and award cases for their medals. Also, others have asked what the best method of storage is for their investment. We have been approached by several suppliers of replacement cases, unfortunately, we have found the cases to be either of poor quality or priced far too highly, or both. However, one of the worlds leading suppliers of Third Reich Replacement Orders, medals and badge cases makers has recently got in touch with us and has offered to supply us with their products. We have found these examples to be of good quality and affordable. These cases offer real value for money, as not only do they protect your investment, but also show off the award to its best and the cases highly replicate the original award cases. This makes for a cracking display, they are good for storage and movement into the bargain. With some original cases costing several hundreds of pounds this means adding a case can be affordable, as well as practical. For more details please click on the image on the left

(Stickers) Part of a group of items, these sticker were used by the German police to show they had checked buildings for survivors and secured the premises. The stickers have 100% of their glue to the reverse and measure approx 15cm by 15cm. Priced at 3.00 each but for 10 or more they are priced at 2.50 each


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(K1237) A Large selection of a German Day Badge showing a man holding some ski's marching. I cannot remember where I have seen this badge but I think it was an SA Ski /whw Tradition Badge. The badge is in pressed silver metal and is of very nice quality and construction.

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