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(CS488) A RAD Man's Hewer being of standard construction with a staghorn grip and fixed with two screws to a nickel silver hilt, with a nice symeter style blade. The hewer as a working tool, has been used and worn, probably chopping wood and other camping activities. The blade has got several nicks and dings to it. It also still has its original motto etched into it and is maker marked Gottleib Hammesfahr Solligen and shows a pyramid trade mark. It is also Ges Gesch and RADL marked within a triangle. The scabbard is used and worn and has lost most of its black oxidised finish. The nickel silver fittings have oxidised and tarnished, but there has been no de-nazidifacation attempts. This dagger could probably do with a bit of tender restoration. GBP £600.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1325) A Very Nice example of a Rudolf Souval Knights Cross of the Iron Cross. The cross is in near mint condition and is nicely soldered up on the frame. The frame has no flaws and has the usual features that you would find on the Souval cross, including the hallmark L/58 to the reverse arm of the cross. The cross loop is stamped 800 and is nicely finished off and could possibly be war time. The cross has a low swastika as is the case for a Souval. In my opinion, the cross was manufactured very shortly after the war. It has been ascerted that Souval did supply crosses for displays during the war, but as such, none have come to light from any major reliable source, despite being highly probable. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP £495.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1340) A German two piece manufactured Edelweiss Cap Badge. The badge was worn on the left side of any ski cap by mountain troops. The badge was also worn as a tradition badge by some of the u-boat crews. A toned silver centre, the badge was sewn to a cap through the little sew holes that are drilled into it. GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1342) A Very Scarce Ski Jaeger Cap Badge. The badge is of magnetic construction and has four pins intact. There is some minor rusting, but nothing serious. This badge was introduced on 21/8/1944 and was only around for less than a year. Very rare to find, this is the first one I have had in over 30 years, so a great find! SORRY I AM SOLD GBP £300.00 (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)

(CS1347) A Two piece German Army Cap Cockade being the standard aluminium type with a separate roundel. Both are complete with all pins and both are in nice clean and near mint condition. GBP £17.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS1454) A German Pen Knife being of pressed metal with the eagle holding a swastika to one side and the wording Deutschland Erwacht . To the other there is the wording Adolf Hitler and a portrait to him on the this side also. The blades to the pen knife are nice and clean and has the wording "Solingen Germany" etched into it. along with A Hitler and Drittes Reich . The second blade is unmarked and also nice and clean. An unusual talking point, it was rumoured these were sold as souveniers at the Reichspartag rallies in the 1930's as tourist souveniers, Hence the wording "Germany" . It is also rumoured that they continued to make these after the war, 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)

(JC576) A Nice and rare to find East German Mens Wrist watch being a mechanical (with manual winding) wristwatch thats maker marked "GUB GLASHUTTE" & "Stossoesichert" from the 1950's. The watch was to be worn by the Military within the "GDR GERMAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC". The watch has an original chrome case and back stainless steel cover and is in nice condition with a Domed glass front that is plastic and thats unscratched. The wrist Watch is serial numbered to the reverse and the watch has original high-grade movement with rare caliber 60-279554 - it also signed GUB. The case has usual wear and tear but all in all a hard to fine East German Wrist Watch from Early on in the 1950 and made by one of the East German Watch Companys taken over by the State. The watch works well and come with a nice new wrist strap.
Sizes of watch:
Diameter of the case with crown: 35 mm. Diameter of the case: 33 mm. Diameter of the dial: 29 mm. Thickness: 11 mm. Watchband is added in a gift, size: 16 mm GBP £ 225.00 . (UK Pounds)

(L520) A German silver Mess Serving Spoon being stamped for the Luftwaffe with a flying eagle, the FLUV stamp and dated 1935. The reverse has the trade mark and name Martin and it is stamped 90 for the silver content. The item has tarnished but would clean up, I would suggest. A very nice and unusual item. GBP £99.00 (UK Pounds)

(L682) A Nice example of the 1st edition Formans Price Guide printed in 1988. The book is signed and shows a selection of the many medals both military and civil along with a price that is long since out of date. Most medals are shown front images. These were taken from his huge stock. Scarce to find. Post free in UK GBP £41.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC789) A Nice example of a WWI Austrian War Medal with crossed swords to the ribbon. The medal has been removed from a ribbon bar and the ribbon is still nice and clean. If you are missing one of these from a bar, this would make a good replacement. GBP £ 22.50 (UK Pounds)

(MC790) A Ribbon Bar for the 1st October medal with a Medal Emblem. The ribbon bar is the 3/4 size and the little emblem shows the outline of the occupation medals. This is nice and clean as is the bar. The bar is the type that has the ribbon fixed in by machine and cannot be undone, which confirms this medal was manufactured in the way it is. GBP £ 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC810) A German Tag Des Deutsche Handwerks 1939 Badge. The badge has these words printed in letters to the reverse. The front of the badge shows people walking towards and eagle which is holding a swastika. The badge has a nice working pin. It is an unusual day badge to acquire. The badge was recently discovered in a biscuit tin, by an old soldier's family, after he died. There were also his service papers and other awards. GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC811) A Cross of Honour With Swords, being a nice steel example with a nice bronze plating. The reverse is marked 86 R.V. Pforzheim. Given to soldiers in WWI who were combatants, the cross replaced many of the state awards and was Hitler's first medal to be issued under him as reich chancellor and later, fuhrer. The cross was recently discovered in a biscuit tin, by an old soldier's family, after he died. There were also his service papers and other awards. GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC816) A privately purchased Case for the Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939. The case is the LDO 2 piece hard card case with LDO to the lid,. The inside has a cut out for the cross in the base, lined in a peach coloured cloth to the base, whereas the underside is plain. To the underside of the base, it's stamped EKII & L/54. The cross that's in the case is in near mint and unmarked. It is of standard construction, with a nice magnetic core and a frosted and burnished frame with no splits or cracks. Comes with a piece of nice clean ribbon also. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP £ 350.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC817) A Very unusual Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1914, being contained in a small Envelope with the letter W and a crown. Inside the envelope, you have a very nice toned iron cross 2nd class with a very nice paint finish and silver frame that has no splitting or cracking. The cross is marked WILM to the ribbon loop and comes complete with a small piece of ribbon. Very unusual set to find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £150.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC818) A Very Unusual Iron Cross 2nd Class in its purchased box of purchase. The box is of black leatherette and is approximately 2 ½ inches square. When you open the box up, it reveals a plain white card lid and a black velvet base that has a cut out for the iron cross 2nd class. The iron cross 2nd class is an unmarked example in near mint and toned condition. The cross has been very nicely hand finished and retains virtually all of its black painted finish. The rarity to this set is to the base of the box. To the base it has the name RUD.A.KARNETH GABLONZ NEISSE, as well as a separate sticker that shows a steel helmet and two swastika's. I have seen the red sticker before on some other Karneth stuff and assume it to be their company logo for this period. A Very Rare set to find. GBP £450.00 (UK Pounds)

(MRS4) A Close Combat Clasp in Silver by the maker RS. This is in the rounded form. The clasp is complete with it's original back plate and silvered pin, hinge and hook that is separately applied to the clasp. The clasp is shown in the book German Combat Awards by Alan Beadle on page 100. The clasp appears to have toned since it was featured in this publication seven years ago. GBP £400.00 (UK Pounds)

(MRS5) A nice Near Mint example of a faded Bronze Close Combat Clasp by the maker JFS. This is marked to the righthand side of the clasp within a box and to the left, it has the designer's name of FEC W. E. PEEKHAUS BERLIN. The clasp has a nice magnetic backplate, pin and hook. Becoming scarce to find especially in this condition. GBP £400.00 (UK Pounds)

(S543) A Pair of unused Luftwaffe Collar Tabs being of red wool on a canvas backing. The patches The patches are unused, near mint and ideal for repair or display. These, along with another group of items, have been found in an old soldiers kit bag. GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(S544) A Pair of unused Luftwaffe Collar Tabs being of red wool on a canvas backing. The patches The patches are unused, near mint and ideal for repair or display. These, along with another group of items, have been found in an old soldiers kit bag. GBP £30.00 (UK Pounds)

(S545) A Scarce Pair of Luftwaffe Collar Patches who served in the Ground Field Division. The Collar Patch Pair have green wool mounted onto a canvas backing and they have a single luftwaffe eagle affixed to them by little pins. The pair appear to be unmounted and unused. . These, along with another group of items, have been found in an old soldiers kit bag. GBP £ 85.00 (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)

(S607) A Nice example of an Imperial WWI Black Wound Badge. The badge is of magnetic steel construction and has a hinge and hook made from the edge of the metal with a steel pin affixed. The badge is marked DRGM to the hook. The badge is of steel construction. It retains most of its black painted finish and is has nice quality and construction. A nice variation for the wound badge collector. GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S608) A Nice Imperial Silver Wound Badge of a silver plated tombak metal. The badge has nice detailing and appears to have been used and worn in service. The badge is of nice quality. Given for between 3-4 wounds. GBP £65.00 (UK Pounds)

(S609) An Imperial WWI Gold Wound Badge of nice quality and construction. The badge has a polished gold helmet on an oxidised gold wreath and pebbled background. The badge was given for 5 or more wounds, or loss of life. Very nice and a hard badge to acquire. SORRY I AM SOLD GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)

(S610) A Police Cartouche Eagle having only one pin remaining. The eagle is of zinc pressed metal and has the maker's mark of A to the reverse of the eagle. Overall, nice condition and ideal for display. Priced for condition GBP £ 50.00 (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)


(CS133) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is a maker marked example, but I cannot read it, It may be an L No, but its hard to work out . The cross has oxidised and toned over the years . . Other than this, the cross would have been near mint. Priced for condition GBP £ 115.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1222) A Nice Third Reich Black Wound Badge being manufactured from stamped steel. The badge retains much of the matt black paint finish and has a nice wagon type hinge, steel pin and nice hook to the reverse. As far as I can see, there are no manufacturer's marks to the award. It is of nice quality and it appears not to have been worn, in my opinion. GBP £40.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1235) A German Tag Der Arbeit 1934 Labour Day Badge. The badge is a nice Early bronze striking and would be in good condition, other than the fact the hook has snapped off. Priced for condition. GBP £5.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1238) A German Police Cap Eagle of Pressed aluminium. The eagle only has one of pins fixed to the reverse, the other has broken off at some time. To the reverse of the eagle's chest, you have the maker's mark of OGL. All in all, in nice condition and priced for the defect. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1250) A Bulgarian War Medal for 1915-18 . This award is complete with its original ribbon and is a nice bright gilt example. Of superb quality and construction. The award is for combatants and shows the Bulagarian shield with crossed swords behind denoting combatants. Given to German and Bulgarian forces, the medal was highly regarded during the inter-war period. GBP £22.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS1251) A Nice example of a Fredrich Augustus Oldernberg Cross for WWI. The cross is of standard construction of magnetic metal that is blackened. The award is complete with its original ribbon. This was a German Oldenbergs states equivalent to an iron cross 2nd class. GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1252) A Lippe-Schaumburg, Loyal Service Cross for Combatant's denoted by the Ribbon for 1914-1918, being a 2nd Class Cross. The plain bronze cross has to it the wording FUR TREUE DIENSTE 1914 as well as the royal cypher in the centre. The cross is in very good condition, though there is one tarnish spot to the crown, as can be seen from the scan. Nice scarce German state award. GBP £80.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1256) A German Navy Yellow on Blue Breast Eagle being the type where the eagle is nicely embroidered into the dark blue navy backing. The eagle is of nice quality, construction and is nice and clean. A very nice example. Only recently come onto the market, after being in a private household for years. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1260) A German Navy Civil Employers Grade Badge consisting of a silver eagle that was holding a swastika, but this has been carefully removed. There are two pips to the base. This item was recently purchased along with some others, from a private household. Scarce piece of insignia but unfortunately de-nazified and priced as such. GBP £7.50 (UK Pounds)

(CS1261) A German Navy Narvik Arm Shield being the type that has the double cloth mounting fitting. The shield retains much of its gilded finish, though it has oxidised over the years, as can be seen from the scan. The shield has only just come onto the market place as it was kept by a vetaran until recently, when he passed away and his family found it. Nice condition and scarce navy shield. GBP £375.00 (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)

(CS1379) A Luftwaffe Cap Cockade that has been removed from a peaked cap. The cockade is slightly convexed and complete with both pins. The painted roundel still retains the large percentage of its origianal paint finish, with only minor wear to the edge of the black which was done to give it definition. GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1380) A Kriegsmarine Cap Tally of standard construction with a woven title into the tally. The title is in off-orange cotton based thread that is woven into the black rayon band. The band is approximately 1 meter 10 cm long, with the title being about 18 cm long. There are no mothing or holes in the band. It is getting hard to find these bands now. GBP £50.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1411) A nice aluminium Dessert Spoon marked with a Luftwaffe eagle to the handle and on the other side, it carries the markings FL.U.V. and H.M.Z41. The spoon is made from aluminium, and has tarnished with age. This could be restored if wished, but I feel it is best left alone. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(JC583) A world war two Russian (USSR) "Sauce pan" Wrist watch (KIROVSKIE SOVIET WATCH 1940 komandirskie kirova 1MChZ) . The watch was originally a pocket watch but due to the change in the 1930`s it was adapted for wear on the wrist. This type of watch often called the Kirova First Type was then issued to USSR officers and Political leaders etc . The watch has had a hard life and was a veteran pick up along with some other items. Its in working condition (Which is rare for one of these that has been used and worn) I have had it runing for a few hours and it keeps good time. An ideal collectors or Museum piece. I have not seen one of these for sale for a number of years. GBP £ 200.00 (UK Pounds)

(K217) A Large Size Miniature Spanish Cross being of approximately 18 mm in diameter. The cross is in Silver With Swords. It has nice detail with fretted out work between the arms of the spanish cross for the eagles and swords. Exceptional quality on a nice rifle pin. GBP £150.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC470) A Nice single sided NSDAP Banner measuring 78 cm by 94 cm approximately. The banner has a white cotton fringe to the base and has a white roundel with a black swastika that is machine sewn to the red base cloth. The banner has some pin markings to the top and appears to have been wrapped around a pole for a while. There is some age staining, but nothing too serious. This banner is a veteran bringback from a gentleman named Sergeant George Harris of the grenadier guards armoured division. GBP £225.00 (UK Pounds)

(P257) A Bronze Close Combat Clasp by the maker C E Juncker. Though the clasp has the spelling mistake of C F Juncker. In the book on close combat clasps, Thomas Durante describes this as the 1st type made by Juncker. The clasp has been used and worn and has had the pin bent by the wearer. Most of the bronzing is intact, but the metal back plate has fallen out. At some time, someone has stuck it in with glue, but the glue is all that remains!! Priced for this. GBP £225.00 (UK Pounds)

(S464) Two German 1925 Bonds for 50 and 200 Reichmarks , In nice but folded condition. Nice for display GBP £ 5.00 (UK Pounds)

(S493) A Postcard Photograph showing a head and shoulders picture of Josef Goebbels with the title Reichsminister at the back of the postcard. It is by the photographer Rob Rohr. The Postcard is in nice clean condition and is quite scarce to find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

(S494) A Postcard Photograph showing a head and shoulders picture of Josef Goebbels with the title Reichsminister at the back of the postcard. It is by the photographer Rob Rohr. The Postcard is in nice clean condition and is quite scarce to find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP £15.00 (UK Pounds)

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(CS129) A Tank Badge in Silver being an unmarked example with a countersunk hinge and soldered hook. The badge has some oxidisation marks to it as can be seen from the scan. It is believed the badge could possibly have been a bronze grade although this is open to debate. The badge has nice detailing and priced for condition. The badge has been used in a new magazine ("A GUIDE TO COLLECTING GERMAN MILITARIA" printed 2018) and is described on page 63 as a "Tank destruction Badge". (This is not the case but it is a Tank battle badge ) GBP £160.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS682) A Citation for the German Cross in Gold. This is the full size citation with the gold embossed cross to the top. The citation has had the name removed from it probably by a razor blade. It was issued to an Oberfeldwebel on the 1st August 1943 and it is facimile signed by Goring as well as being signed by General Oberst Bruno Loerzer. It also has Goring's seal embossed to the paper. The citation also in my opinion, has been cut down in size. With a little research, I feel the original owner could be traced as there are only 2 Oberfeldwebel`s award the German Cross in gold on this day, One is Oberfeldwebel Kurt Köhler 16./Transp.Geschw 3 and the other is Oberfeldwebel Walter Ruscher of 1.NJG 1. . A nice project for someone. Great to have a signed document by Goring. GBP £400.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS904) A Nice example of the Rare Finnish Winter War Medal for Volunteers, in black.. This is for the combat troops. This example has a ribbon bar fitted to the ribbon for Kenttaarmeija. The award is in near mint condition and is rare to find. This was issued to Non finnish Troops, Like the English, Danish Americain, German etc (Amongst them was Christopher Lee, The well known actor and medal collector ) GBP £125.00(UK Pounds)

(CS945) An Early Issue Bar to the Iron Cross 2nd Class in red case of purchase . The bar is manufactured from tombak metal and then silver plated. There are some minor tarnish marks, as can be seen from the scan. The bar is complete with all four pins, but has no ribbon to it. Of nice quality striking. It could possibly be attached to a ribbon if so desired, but I would personally leave it alone as you are never sure if the prongs may snap, which would then de-value it. also it looks good in the case though the more people pull it out the weaker the red card base becomes. So i would leave it sa it is. GBP £250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1400) A Nice example of a Krim Armshield complete with its original backing plate paper and cloth backing. The shield responds to a magnet and appears to be bronze plated. The army backing cloth shows some mothing, but nothing serious. This appears to be an ex- stores example. In very nice condition. GBP £125.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1406) A Luftwaffe Flak War Badge, mid war issue, by the maker 'A' for F.W.Assmann'. This example is of the standard two piece construction with the eagle soldered to the wreath and has the raised A stamped to the centre on the reverse. In near mint condition GBP £ 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1407) A Nice Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge being the type constructed with a nice over eagle often encountered with the over eagle missing, due to war economy savings. This type has a nice pin, hinge and hook and is believed to have been made by the Osang firm of Dresden, though some have stated it may well be Juncker. Either way, the badge is a very nice example in virtually near mint condition, with only minor toning to the silver and oxidised finish. GBP £ 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1409) An unusual NSDAP Car Bonnet Badge. The badge is approximately 1 ½ in diameter, with two bolt fixings affixed to the base. The badge is chrome plated over brass and as far as I can see, is unmarked. GBP £ 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1410) A Battalian marked Dessert Spoon that was heavily silver plated over steel. This has bubbled in places. To the reverse of the handle it is marked 224 ABT 186 3 and also CROMIN SUPERIOR. As can be seen now, the chrome superior has started to wear, but I think the spoon is out of it's guarantee period!! GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1412) A Nice example of a used and worn Hitler Youth Dagger. The dagger is a RZM type with the code to the blade of "RZM M7/85". The dagger handle to the front is good, but the HJ emblem being worn and chipped. The reverse handle plate is fine , as can be seen from the scan. The blade has been cleaned and used . The blade has also been sharpened . The scabbard is well used, but complete and the leather retaining strap is intact to delicate with it nearly coming apart.. This all sounds worse than it is, the dagger is quite a nice example. But for the handle fault, it would be about a £350 to £400.00 dagger, but as it stands GBP £235.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1413) A Nice German or Dutch Wolfangle Badge as worn by members of the Dutch Waffen SS, as well as the Dutch NSB. The badge is highly detailed. The badge measures approximately 20 mm in height. Complete with a stickpin fixing, the badge is of nice quality and very unusual to find. GBP £65.00 (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)

(L527) A German Fork being marked with the wording AROTAN and with an eagle holding a swastika within a circle with the lettering D and R to either side. The fork has the makers mark as well as the wording rust free (in German) stamped to the reverse and has a sculptured pattern to the handle. These forks were used on the German railways with the DR standing for the Deutsche Reichsbahn. A nice unusual item often passed off as the SS Division Das Reich forks. GBP £25.00 (UK Pounds)

(M1123) A German Wehrpass to a German security policeman. The pass is complete with his photograph and has many entries as can be seen. The pass also comes with his RAD card, again, with his photograph. The wehrpass being the earlier style, has been de-nazified to the front but the rest is intact. One of the units mentioned inside the pass is the Gruppe Geheime Feld Polizei 633. This unit was later absorbed into the German SD (security police). The last entry in the pass appears to be submitted on the 21/4/45. A very interesting pass worthy of further research. GBP £350.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC463) A Bronze Close Combat Clasp being an unmarked example. This is the type often found on a Steinhauer and Luck manufacturer's sample board. The clasp has the standard fluted pin with a nice hinge and hook soldered to the reverse. The back plate is crimped in on two sides and is of magnetic construction, as is the fluted pin. The bronze wash is nicely intact but oxidised. The clasp has a pleasing appearance. Verry scarce to find. This clasp is a veteran bringback from a gentleman named Sergeant George Harris of the grenadier guards armoured division. GBP £295.00 (UK Pounds)

(N446) A Prague Castle Bar and Russian Front mounted on the remains of a ribbon bar. The Prague castle bar is fixed through the metal bar and attached to a piece of ribbon. There is also the ribbon for the Russian Front, but there are no fixings to the reverse and it appears they have been glued or stuck to a board at some time. GBP £70.00 (UK Pounds)

(N819) A Reichs Wettkampftage Der SA Gruppe Niederrhein 28.30.Aug 1935 Badge . The badge shows as it's design, an SA stylised Sports Badge with an SA emblem replacing a swastika. Scarce to find GBP £45.00 (UK Pounds)

(S6) A Bronze Mother's Cross in its Packet of Issue. The cross is complete with its full length ribbon that is sewn up for wear. The cross has no enamel damage and is nice and clean. It is the 16th Dezember type. The paper packet that the award comes in is very good condition for its age, although the side has been split about 1 ½ inches down on the seam edge. The paper packet has the award's designation printed onto it in black ink as well as the maker's mark to the reverse. Nice to find. GBP £55.00 (UK Pounds)

(S278) A Nice and rarely encountered Early Hitler Youth Membership Pin, showing the swastika flag being the black, white and red type. This is the smaller version for the younger members and is not often encountered. The stickpin has been chopped halfway, probably so it would fit better for a youth. GBP £95.00 (UK Pounds)

(S556) A German Army Red Cross Steel Helmet. This helmet shows a white textured paint with a red crossed emblem to the top. The white paint has gone over the decals and appears to be over another white paint that goes around the whole helmet in a band. You can brush the white paint off, as it will com off with hard scrubbing, but I feel it is best to leave it alone. The inside shell has some rusting and a leather liner that is very dry and marked 58. There is no chin strap with this example. The helmet has a batch number stamped into the base of 4409. It is unknown when the white finishes were applied, and therefore, although the helmet looks good and has age, I cannot guarantee the finish is wartime. The finish is lead based, so that points towards the period. Having said all this, it is a great display item and priced as such. GBP £399.00 (UK Pounds)

(S589) A Nice Cased example of a Faithful Service Cross in Case for 40 Years. The cross comes with its original red hard case that has the emblem 40 within two golden oak leaves to the lid. The case when opened, has a white silk under the lid and a red base compartmented to hold the award. The award is complete with its original ribbon which is blue, and has a pin affixed to it. The gold cross has toned over the years, but is still nice and clean. The black enamel swastika is untarnished. These awards were given to civil servants, workers and employees who worked for so long in specific industries. GBP £110.00 (UK Pounds)


(MC347) A Nice example of an Original Wartime English Newspaper from the Channel Islands, whilst under German control. This example is called "Guernsey Evening Press" and dated Wednesday August 18th 1943. There are some very interesting articles within the paper, one on "Russians lose 4200 Dead, 1600 Prisoners, Tanks and Guns near Bielgorod, another "Axis Resistance in Sicily ends after Heroic Campaign Against Numerically Superior Enemy," The paper then goes on to more mundane topics, In excellent condition, it has been folded in two, which fits for a newspaper! This is a 4 page (ie front, back and middle two, ) paper, being a standard newspaper size. GBP £7.50 (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.

GBP £10.00 (UK Pounds) Each

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