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(CS882) A Nice example of a Zinc Demjansk Armshield. The shield is in very good condition although the silver wash has now flaked and faded. The shield is mounted onto a green woolen backing cloth with a metal back plate. The pins are then folded over and a brown paper backing has been glued. GBP 250.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1297) A Nice Example of an unmounted and unworn Krim Arm Shield. The shield comes on a piece of board and has all four pins bent over and attached. The item was sold originally as a souvenir board probably by the firm of Deumer or one of the other Ludenscheid makers. The shield is non-magnetic and could be finished off and put onto a shield with backing cloth etc if anyone wished to do so. Priced for condition. GBP 120.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1556) A nice and rare to acquire Post War Souval 1939 Grand Cross of the Iron Cross in a hard case of issue. The cross has a non-magnetic centre, and being of very nice quality and construction, but with the low swastika as is often found on his items. The cross is marked "800" to the front frame under the eye ring. which dates it from the late 1940's to 1950s, I believe. The frame is nicely silvered and well finished. The loop is doubled and is "800" marked also. The modern case is a two piece steel hinged case, utilising the war time pattern in red with a gold blocked Eagle to its lid, with a non- magnetic press stud. To the underside of the lid you have the makers name of Rodulf Souval, etc. The ribbon on this example is the original war time type but has had an screw back Iron Cross fitted to it. It is the rayon type that does not glow, nore melts with heat. Very hard to find. Super Rare item Originals cost well over 30,000.00 Plus A bargin for such an early historical item GBP 999.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1051) A nice buttonhole miniature Group of 4 for WWI consisting of the Iron Cross 2nd Class which is enamelled and there is no enamel damage to it, the Fredrich Augustus Bravery Medal, the Cross of Honour Without Swords L/11 marked and a Service Medal. All are in very nice condition and have their ribbons folded through. Very unusual to find nowadays.
GBP 99.00 (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)

(MC317) A Nice Iron Cross 2nd Class with 1st October and Prague Castle Bar Court Mounted Ribbon Bar. The iron cross is a nice iron centred silver framed version with the rare rounded 3. There is minor paint wear to the swastika and numerals, but nothing serious. The fixing for the iron cross is the type with the little bridge extra metal to the top flange, with the loop drilled in and then soldered in place. The 1st October medal is a nice Early bronze striking as is the prague castle bar. These have been affixed to a nice ribbon bar, with the ribbons actually crimped in position. The ribbons are nice and clean and the bar is a nice early example. Very scarce to find with a nice variant iron cross. GBP 475.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC829) A Screwback Iron Cross 1st Class being an unmarked example but put down to the Wiedmann firm. The cross is of standard three piece construction with a nice iron centre. Someone has removed most of the paint from the dates and from the edges of the arm of the swastika. The cross is nicely soldered and finished and has a little anti-rotation device fitted to the top arm of the cross. Nice overall condition complete with its screwback fixing. Quite a scarce cross to acquireGBP 275.00 (UK Pounds)

(N803) A Waffen SS Enlisted Man's Cufftitle for the "Horst Wessel" Division The band is the bevo woven type and is in very good condition, Being a full length cuff title it was for the 18.SS-Freiwilligen- Panzergrenadier-Division "Horst Wessel". This division comprised mostly of Volksdeutsche Germans. This is a machine woven black rayon construction cufftitle with BeVo machine woven Latin script, "Horst Wessel" in silvery/grey cotton thread. The cufftitle is bordered at both the top and bottom edges with interwoven, vertically stitched, silvery/grey cotton thread. The cufftitle has the typical "salt & pepper" pattern reverse.The letters are very clear. A scarce piece of very desirable SS cloth. The division proved itself with a good reputation for a later numbered SS unit. The only downside being there is a piece of wear and a nick out off the cuffband on the front of one of ends. Other than this, it would have been classed as very good condition GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(N892) A Cased War Merit Cross 1st Class Without Swords. This is the early nickel style that is of good quality and construction. The cross still retains a high proportion of it's frosted and burnished finish. The cross comes in a case which shows excessive wear and tear as though someone has scraped out the silver emblem to the lid also. The inside of the case is stained and worn and it gives the general over all well used appearance to the case Priced for the condition of both items, the case could be replaced later with a better one. GBP 175.00 (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)

(S62) A German Army Sword Knot being in good used condition with some pulling of some of the threads, as can be seen from the scan. The knot has nice silver bullion work still intact and will be ideal for using on a sword that has had some service wear. This is a universal pattern for most of the swords in the army series. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

(S125) A Relic Memorial Card that was often sent out to family and friends, to announce what had happened to their relative/friend etc. This one is in poor but readable condition. It has had some sticky tape repairs. It is to commemorate Hans Gockel, an SS Schutze der Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler, stating he was killed on 13th August 1942, age 18 years 8 months old. Unusual to get an SS guy, especially as he is a member of such an elite regiment. GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(S455) A Post War Letter Opener based on the Luftwaffe 1st Pattern dagger, this had the swastika replaced with the American emblems. Often sold to soldiers postwar, these items are historical trade items from the period. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S836) A Nice 1st October Medal for the occupation of Sudentenland in the Czech Republic in a paper packet of issue . The award is a nice Early bronze example being a nice caramel colour now. The award has an original piece of ribbon and has never been mounted or worn. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(S914) A Superb Portrait Photograph of Admiral Karl Doenitz. The photo has been stuck in a frame and bordered with white card, like a school photo. It shows the admiral wearing his peaked cap and shows his knight's cross and oakleaves. Surprisingly enough the knight's cross appears to be a a brass centred example, as it is a brighter colour, as bright as the silver frame, whereas an iron one wouldn't be this colour, unless it had just been chipped off. But as there are too many patches, it cannot all have been chipped off in one go. The most important aspect of this is that there is Doenitz proper signature to the base of the card. This is in his traditional style and is as such, a nice to acquire wartime signature that isn't often encountered. GBP 395.00 (UK Pounds)

(S958) A German SA/SS/NSKK Dagger Handle Eagle being maker marked M1/47 RZM and has its double pronts attached. This is ideal to replace any dagger that has had the eagle removed. Very nice condition and very rare to find. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S960) An SA Dagger Handle Emblem being a brown and silver circle with the intertwined SA emblem. The badge has a stud fixing to the reverse. Ideal for anyone that has lost their emblem to their dagger. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S991) A Part Case for an LDO Iron Cross 2nd Class with the Cross inside it. The case has been pulled apart for want of a better description, with the base being removed from the card outer base. The top being moved also and one of the side portions missing. It sounds worse than it looks. The cross itself is a nice standard iron cross in very good condition with an unusual dated 1939 style. The bottom loops of the 9, the 3 and the other 9 have been stamped flat. The cross retains a high percentage of its original blacking and the silver frame, though tarnished, is nice and clean, with no dings, scratches etc. There is no maker's mark that I can see. In very good condition. Priced for condition GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1002) A German WWII Aircraft Manufacturer's Plate made by Weser and this is stamped into the plate, along with the wording Flugzeugbau. It also has stamped in the serial number and the date 7/40. Worthy of further research. This manufacturer appears to have made Juncker JU87 (Stukas) mainly and the plate has an 87 number to it. This plane was made in July 1940 during the battle of Britian GBP 195.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1072) An SA Sports Badge in Bronze. The badge is maker marked Karl Hensler Pforzheim and also is inscribed Eigentum D.S.A. Sportabzeiche Hauptstelle. The badge retains much of its original finish though it has worn through to steel on the high points, giving it a nice two toned finish. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

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(S658) A Gilt example of the Navy Pin On Breast Eagle. The eagle has a nice pin, hinge and hook fitting to the reverse, with a separately applied stabilizer to the swastika holding the eagle close to the tunic. The eagle retains much of its gilt finish, although in my opinion, someone might have used one of those gilt pens to tidy it up? Priced for condition. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(S659) A Luftwaffe Bullion Cockade in Silver on a black base cloth, which is often described as being used by the Hermann Goring division, but I feel it is just the fact that the bands of the cap were black and it gave striking contrast. This example is tarnished and some of the stitching has broken with age over the years. Having said all this though, it is still a nice original example. There is also some bullion oxidisaion but nothing too bad as can be seen from the scan. An ideal replacement for anyone who's cap has had the metal one removed, or who just wasnts the cloth type fitted. Priced for condition. GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

(S764) A Hoffmann Photograph Postcard Of fieldmarshell Rommel. The photograph shows Rommel wearing his Knight's Cross, Oakleaves and Swords, over his PLM. It also shows his medal ribbon bar and general collar patches. The postcard is in overall good condition, although on the reverse, there is a price of 85, and in indiscernable scribble. The card is in reasonable condition for age. find. SORRY I AM ON HOLD GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1026) A Box of Propaganda Matches. The box states there are around 45 matches in the box. The box is constructed in the traditional way with a wooden outer case encompassing a card box with the matches. There are striker plates on one side of the wooden outer case. On the box lid, it shows the well known picture of Adolf Hitler with SS and SA soldiers to either side in colour. is It a nice proper rendition. The box is in very nice condition and could possibly be used in an emergency as a regular matchbox. Picked up in Estonia's capital of Tallin about 6 years ago. We cannot guarantee the age of manufacture of these, however, they are attractive and are interesting paraphernalia at an affordable price.GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(S1034) A Box of Propaganda Matches. The box states there are around 45 matches in the box. The box is constructed in the traditional way with a wooden outer case encompassing a card box with the matches. There are striker plates on one side of the wooden outer case. On the box lid, it shows the picture of an SS soldiers in colour. is It a nice proper rendition. The box is in very nice condition and could possibly be used in an emergency as a regular matchbox. Picked up in Estonia's capital of Tallin about 6 years ago. We cannot guarantee the age of manufacture of these, however, they are attractive and are interesting paraphernalia at an affordable price.GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1060) A German Russian Front Medal being a nice Early plated example of nice quality and construction. The medal is ring marked No. 65 for the well known firm of Klein and Quenzer. As stated, it has retained much of its original gun metal and silver plated finish. These awards are not turning up very often in this lovely condition nowadays. GBP 55.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1080) A Close Combat Clasp in Bronze being the type associated with the firm of Steinhauer and Luck, an unmarked example. The badge shows wear to the high spots and parts of the radiating rays with the bronze finish in the lower portions. The clasp is complete with its steel back plate, which is black anodised and you also have the fluted pin, hinge and hook nicely intact to the reverse. Overall, in good condition. Given for 15 days of close combat of hand to hand fighting. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1083) A Coastal Artillery Badge by the well known maker Schwerin being a mid war example of plated zinc metal. The badge retains a high percentage of its original gilded and silvered finish, with a nice German coastal artillary gun as the central design of this badge. Very good quality. This badge along with several others, were recently purchased in a local house clearance sale. GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1084) A German Navy High Seas Fleet Award by the maker FO. This is the second type with the cast in hook and separately applied hinge and pin. The badge retains most of its original gilt finish with the battle ship being a slate grey colour. The badge is in near mint condition and is a nice example. This badge along with several others, were recently purchased in a local house clearance sale. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1085) A Nice Early Heavy Nickel Silver Pilots badge by the well known maker B&NL. The badge has a repaired or strengthened hook to the base. Other than this, the badge is in very nice condition with minor wear and tear to the highlights. You have the silver oxidised eagle that shows some tombak metal coming through the plating and there is some minor polishing that has gone on over the years. Having said all this, it is obviously a used and worn badge that has seen some service wear. This badge along with several others, were recently purchased in a local house clearance sale. Priced for condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD,GBP 650.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1107) A West Wall Medal being a late War example. The medal is the zinc cast type that then has a bronzed wash applied. This has toned down over the years. But still a nice example. It was picked up at the end of the war, along with many other items by a British serviceman and stored away until now. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1110) A War Merit Medal in Early quality metal. The award is complete with its original ribbon and apart from some age staining, it is in good condition. Given for foreign labour in support of the German war effort. It was picked up at the end of the war, along with many other items by a British serviceman and stored away until now. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1134) A Nice battle worn example of a German Cross in Gold. The cross has the so-called flash damage that you often find with the coupals. The cross has some wear to the black enamel swastika and has oxidised the silver central disc. The 1941 gold wreath retains some of the gilt but it has gone a brass colour. The highlights on the blackened star are showing through giving a gilt two toned appearance. This makes the cross look rather attractive, in my opinion. To the reverse of the cross, there is a nice hinge, pin and hook fitting, with the number 20 stamped to the underside of the pin, which is to be expected for a Zimmermann. Priced for condition. SORRY I AM ON HOLD,GBP 1350.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1144) A Bronze Mother's Cross in Very Nice Condition. The cross still retains some of its original lacquer which has turned brown in colour. The cross comes complete with its original ribbon that is not sewn up. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

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Auction News,
E bay, Now bans bravery medals, Not because they are German but just because they are bravery awards, To see more click on the link

CONMAN WARNING,
As many of you already know, Pawel Nowak is a conman and fraudster, he is again set up on several web sites selling German pieces and other items he does not own. His method is always the same, he offers items really cheap and asks for 1/2 the total payment up front, with supposedly you settling the other half once you have received the items. You then get nothing and he moves on. Shown below are some e mails concerning his new names , To see more click on the link

(CA1) A very rare and unique oppotunity to acquire a Museum Quality made award document for the 1944 July Bomb Plot Badge. This citation was handmade using proper watered parchment, in the correct manner as the original, and is one of only a few of these that were made in the early 1980`s. The citation replicates all the details down to the letter with only the embossed seal done in a different way. This award document is made out to " General der Artillerie Walter Warlimont" and is correctly done for his '20 July 1944' Wound Badge in the Black Class, and was copied directly from his original document. We can supply with this document, a nice picture of Walter Warlimont, and also a picture of an original 20th July 1944 Wound Badge to go along with the citation if required. This would make a great framed centerpiece for any wound badge collection. Priced for rarirty and condition GBP 500.00 (UK Pounds)

(CA2) A very rare and unique oppotunity to acquire the signed surrender document of " General der Artillerie Walter Warlimont" . This document is Dated September 1945 . and he was a holder of the very rare July Wound Badge for 1944. . We can supply with this document, a nice picture of Walter Warlimont, and also a picture of an original 20th July 1944 Wound Badge to go along with the paper if required. This would make a great framed centerpiece for any wound badge collection. Priced for rarirty and condition GBP 1250.00 (UK Pounds)

(MRS3) A nice issued and used example of a scarce Army Gold Close Combat Clasp. The clasp is a zinc example that has had banner lacquer applied gold finnish.. The clasp is the MUKS style with a metallic magnetic back plate held by four pressed bars to the reverse. The clasp shows wear and tear to it and is semi convexed. The hinge on this example is part of the overall casting of the badge and the hook has been counter sunk into the badge. The hook also appears to have had a slight repair to it to stop it wobbling, this being done when the badge was constructed as it is the same colour as the hook. The hook itself is of normal magnetic metal as is the pin. The back plate appears to have been blackened, but originally was gilded. The blacking also shows through to the front so it would appear this was done by a collector to tidy up the clasp A rare item to find GBP 1500.00 (UK Pounds)

(GE10) A superb condition 1st pattern E Boat Badge by the premier maker of Schwerin being with the makers logo of " Schwerin Berlin.68" on the reverse of the badge with the letters in raised block capitals. The badge is made in Tombak and has its top hook and non magnetic pin and hinge as well as hook fixings all intact. The Size of badge is 57.28 mm high by 45.00 mm wide by 3.37 mm thick. Very Rare to find GBP 1999.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC327) A Cloth Luftwaffe Bullion Observer's Badge being of very nice quality and construction. The badge has been cut from a tunic. The detail has been picked out in black cotton with silver bullion threads worked in, giving very nice detail and definition. Not often encountered these days. Very rare to find nowadays, especially in this superior condition. GBP 495.00 (UK Pounds)

(N929) A very rare to find Auxiliary Cruiser badge being the one piece stamped semi scooped out style maker marked to the reverse in raised letters Ausgef B. Wilhelm. The badge has a separately applied hinge and hook and these have rusted closed although you can still spring the pin open and closed. The zinc badge has lost most of it's original gilded finish and the silver globe has also darkened. Very few of these rare maker marked badges have turned up over the years. Very nice to find. This actual badge features in the book German Combat Awards by Alan Beadle on page 168. GBP 650.00 (UK Pounds)

(NBB1)A German Navy Belt and Buckle. The blue canvas woven belt has several German Navy Badges affixed to it. The badges consist of a Minesweeper by the maker WH as marked on the pin. This is an Earlier war badge and retains virtually all of its original silver, gilt and oxidised finish. The U-Boat Badge, probably an FO example, this has faded to a light cream colour and although the badge is still mint, the finish has been absorbed as can be seen, this would therefore date the badge to 1943 period. A Coastal Artillary Badge, which maybe is an HA type, this has a countersunk hook and hinge and the finish has faded to a pale silver colour for the wreath, with the silver gun centre toning grey. The High Seas Fleet Badge, probably FO, this has the separate hinge and hook for the earlier style, which proabably dates the badge to around 1941. There is some oxidisation to both wing tips of the gilt wreath and the silver battle ship has turned a slate greay. The Blockade Runner's Badge being a Schwerin manufactured example, is of Earlier manufacturing quality of better metal, with a good finish. As is often the case, the bright silver eagle has tarnished, but nothing too bad. The Two Navy Cap Eagles are both in good bright condition, one appears to be a stick pin, the other has two pins. An Auxillary Cruiser Badge, probably by FO, of one piece construction, is in very nice condition with the gilt wreath going a pale yellow and the silver globe going a silver grey colour. An E-Boat Badge 2nd Pattern, by Schwerin, this is a mid 1943 example with a cut out swastika and deck flag. As is often the case with this badge, the wreath has gone a lemon yellow silverish colour, with the waves still being the oxidised gun metal and the boat a two toned silver. A Navy Croatian Legion Badge, this is the silver pressed type with a white enamelled anchor and a red enamelled chequer board. The enamel is all intact with no damage and the badge has a broad bladed pin fitted to the reverse, and I believe it to be a Croatian manufacturer. An Old Comrades 10 Year Stick Pin, consisting of an iron cross with crossed swords with a black enamelled cross and a red enamelled centre. The stick pin has been cut short. A Destroyer's Badge by SCHuCo, being a mid war example with still much finish left to the wreath, with the silver destroyer again with a lot of finish left. Then we have an anodised aluminiuam trade Navy Eppaulette Emblem, this is complete with two pins and is in good condition. Then , we have a Bronze Panzer Badge appears to be an unmarked example manufactured in about 1943 and is the daisy variation. Then finally is the belt buckle itself which is marked CTD1943. This retains about 75% of its original gilt finish to the front and a higher proportion to the reverse. The canvas belt also has its original clip and tongue fixings with the leather tongue being marked with an A and an RB number as well as the size of 98 (or 86 depending which way round).For the entire grouping GBP 3250.00 (UK Pounds)

(P348) A Cross of Honour With Swords being a nice example of magnetic construction. The cross is maker marked RV4 Pforzheim. In very nice condition, given to the German combat troops. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1000) An Iron Cross 2nd Class for 1939. The cross is in very good condition, though it has had some paint wear and tear. The cross is maker marked either a 6 or a 9. The cross has approximately 90% of its paint intact and the silver frame is nicely soldered and finished. There is no splitting or cracking to the core and this is a nice scarce maker to acquire. Complete with a piece of nice original ribbon that has a Estionian Police Emblem to the ribbon . This Cross is a nice early rattler. SORRY I AM ON HOLD, GBP 135.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1138) A German Belt & Buckle. The buckle is the cast in aluminum type that is maker marked A and BL and dated 39. It is on a belt that has had some badges affixed. But these have been removed now. The belt has the name of the original holder and is in good condition, whereas the buckle is in very nice condition. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1139) A Pilot's Badge that was removed from the belt and buckle (S1138). The badge is a nice marked Juncker and has much of its original finish intact. The badge has nice tight rivets and is classic textbook in every way. GBP 950.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1140) A Minesweeper's Badge that was removed from a German belt and buckle (S1138). The minesweeper badge is the type ascribed to the Steinhauer and Luck form amongst others. The badge is a little tarnished and could do with a mild clean, but is overall still in nice condition. Priced for this. GBP 95.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1142) A Black Wound Badge in good condition, retaining much of its original finish. The badge removed from the belt and buckle catalogue number S1138. The badge has no maker's mark that I can see. The hook has been a bit pulled where it has been on the belt. Good overall condition. Priced for all this. GBP 27.50 (UK Pounds)

(S1143) A Black Wound Badge in good condition, retaining much of its original finish. The badge removed from the belt and buckle catalogue number S1138. The badge has no maker's mark that I can see. The hook has been a bit pulled where it has been on the belt. Good overall condition,,although the paint has been removed from the badge. Priced for all this. GBP 22.50 (UK Pounds)

(S1616) A nice example of a multi piece early woolen construction NSDAP Arm Band that was picked up at the end of the war as a souvenier. The band has a white roundel with a black silk tap swastika sewn onto the white and this in turn is sewn onto a red woolen band. Inside you have the paper label still intact. Nice and fairly clean condition Very nice to find nowadaysSORRY I AM ON HOLD, GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

A history Video.
We have made an experimental history video showing various grades of the iron cross, knight's Cross, German Cross, along with photographs of winners and have added a music track. Would love to hear your comments, good or bad! (This video has been already banned by Youtube for hateful Speech!)

(S1073) A 2nd hand book, being entitled "The German Close Combat Clasp of World War II" by Thomas Durante and signed by him.. This comprehensive guide illustrates the various makers of the Close Combat Clasp, Germany's highest combat decoration of World War II. Each maker is methodically presented along with every respective variation produced in unrivalled detail and clarity. The seemingly endless varients of the enigmatic A.G.M.u.K. clasp are systematically and completely cataloged as never before. Previously unknown makers of three types of unmarked Close Combat Clasps are also identified and evidence is meticulously displayed for the first time in this volume. Award cases , documents, miniatures, andthe varients of the elusive Gold Presentation Clasp are also studied and supplememnted by many never before seen photographs in this all-encompassing work. GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

(S770) A Brand New Copy of the book "The German Close Combat Clasp of World War Two" by Thomas Durante. This comprehensive guide illustrates the various makers of the Army Close Combat Clasp, Germany's highest combat decoration of World War II. The Gold Grades were awarded by Hitler and other High ranking leaders. Each maker is methodically presented, along with every respective variation produced, in unrivalled detail and clarity. The seemingly endless variants of the enigmatic A.G.M.u.K. clasp are systematically and completely cataloged as never before. Previously unknown makers of three types of unmarked Close Combat Clasps are also identified and evidence is meticulously displayed for the first time in this volume. Award cases, documents, miniatures, and the variants of the elusive Gold Presentation Clasp are also studied and supplememnted by many never before seen photographs in this all-encompassing work. The book covers over 646 pages, and is Brand New, revised and expanded. If you are going to buy a Clasp, this book is a must have, as it not only outline the makers, but covers why and how the award was won. We have a limited supply, so it's on a first come first served basis. Also Import duty and vat charges from the USA have been paid and we can supply you a brand new copy, post free to the UK collectors for GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds) whilst stocks last. To get your copy, Just e mail us
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Auction News,
Many of you may have heard about this rare Blood Order. Given to Hitlers body guard .This award is No 21

New Article Added,
The war order of the German Cross in Gold and Silver both cloth and metal or DK article first published in 2015.

First Page of Deumer Catalogue 1939 ,
This is the first two page of the Deumer catalogue

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(Q2) A length of Mint 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)

(Q100) A full length of War Merit Cross ribbon. The ribbon is about 25 cm long and 3 cm wide. In mint condition we have a limited supply. GBP 6.00 (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.

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds) Each


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