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(K152) A Very Unusual and striking Plate for the German Saar. The plate shows a soldier or SA trooper shaking hands with a resident of the saar with the backdrop of an eagle and swastika. Around the edge is Deutsch Ist Die Saar Deutch Immer Dar 13th Januar 1935. To the reverse, it has a faint trademarkd and a couple of other markings. There are also two holes for hanging the plate to the wall. A very rare plate, only the second I have seen. Recently found in a house clearance in Germany.

GBP £275.00 (UK Pounds)

(S174) A Nice Large Size Naval Oval Platter Dish, being a massive 40 cm by 26 ½ cm at the widest points. The platter has a red border around the white porcelain dish. To the reverse of the platter it has the navy acceptance mark of an eagle and swastika over the letter M and then the letters KPM under a crown and a date code 1942. It also has a star patent mark stamped into it. There are a couple of minor age spots to the glaze but this is to be expected. Post Free GBP £150.00 (UK Pounds)

(S171) A White Porcelein German Plate that has some very exciting markings to the reverse. But about that later. The plate measures about 28 cm in diameter and has no chipping or cracking to it. The white glaze is nice with only minor aging to it. To the underside of the plate, it has a red eagle holding a swastika and the letter M. In the centre, it has in green ink, the following "Bauscher Weiden" as well as the makers trade mark. And then also in green ink, the wording "Unterseeboot Bremerhaven U702", which confirms this plate was in fact manufactured for a Uboat. It is open to conjecture whether the plate was actually in the boat as the boat was sunk in 1942 with all hands lost. The wreck was discovered and explored in 1987 and the plate may well have been one of the artifacts recovered. The plate comes with a print out of details of U-702 from the original site. In Very Good Condition. A very unusual, exciting item, definitely one for the U-boat memorabilia collectors. GBP £195.00 (UK Pounds)

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