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(CS1337) A Large Size German Sack that measures approximately 1 m by 70 cm and has on one side a black stencilled eagle holding a swastika and to the other side, the letters H.Vpfl. 1939. The sack is in nice clean condition and was used for a number of purposes, from storing grain to soldier's personal equipment etc. Nicely sewn up with no damage. There is a little age staining but nothing too serious. GBP 75.00(UK Pounds)

(CS29) A Tailor's supply of German Bullion Tress. This bullion tress is mounted onto a piece of card as can be seen. It is for the army style eppaulettes etc. A very unusual item to acquire now. Ideal for those wishing to mend, replace etc with original material We are going to sell this off in lengths of 6 inches at per piece.. GBP 5.00 (UK Pounds)

(N306) A German Salesman's Sample Card of Ribbon Bars, Enamel Badges and Stickpin Miniatures. The card consists of four stickpin badges, two enamel badges, one of which has enamel damage to it, two medal emblems, five button hole ribbons with their emblems and two ribbon bars. All are reasonably clean and tidy. To the reverse of the card it is sealed up with tape. A very nice and interesting display. All in all, in very good condition. Rare to find. . GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS441) A Selection of Cigarette Cards from the series "Viele rauchen Eilebrecht Erzeugnisse". The cards are in black and white and have captions underneath with their series number. Several are military orientated. There are approximately 18 cards. All are in good condition. For the lot GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(R218) A Medal Sample Board that were sold at the end of the war by German medal manufacturer's to fund their economy. The board consists of several awards all in nice overall condition and would be a good basis for starting a collection. The board contains 16 items, starting off with a War Merit Cross, a Miniature 1st October Medal, a Female RAD Cap Emblem, only one pin intact, a RAD Female Brooch, a Black Wound Badge magnetic in near mint, a RAD Service Medal for 4 Years service, a Pair of Ribbon Bars for an iron cross and cross of honour, a Police 25 Year Service Cross in gilt, a Prague Castle Bar, a Luftwaffe Shooting Lanyard, a RLB Cap Badge, another RLB Cap Badge, another Female RAD Brooch, a West Wall Medal, A Stickpin Infantry Assault Badge and a Driver's Badge in Silver. Apart from the RAD Brooch, all are in Very good condition, though the police cross has age staining to it and one of the RAD throat badges has minor rusting. For the set GBP 550.00 (UK Pounds)

(R444) A German Reichskarte that is in reasonable condition, with its outer cover that is used and worn. The approximate size when unfolded is 1.60 m by 120 m high. The map shows the extent of the new German Reich encompassing Bohmen and Mahren as well as the general government of Poland, Danzig and part of the French Elsass and Luxemburg. The map is in very nice condition and is worthy of framing. The map is in very nice condition in 5 colours and is in the scale of 1- 1000,000. A very interesting find! GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(CS1081) A German Army Trophy Belt consisting of the following items affixed to it. From left to right, there is a Police Cap Badge with both prongs intact, this is of mid war zinc construction and has oxidised. Then there is a hollow pressed General Assault Badge in good condition, which still exhibits its polished swastika. Then there is a panzer lanyard centre in aluminium, this has two of the four pins intact. Then there is a well corroded Day Badge, then an Old Comrades Membership Badge, in good condition. Then there is the belt centre for a political buckle, then a Hitler Youth Diamond that has some enamel bruising and cracking, then there are two Political Buttons in Silver with an eagle holding a swastika, then there is an SA Cap Eagle, again flanked by two buttons, flanked again by a Hitler Youth diamond, this is not bruised. Followed by another Police Cap Eagle, this time being an Earlier example with both pins intact. Then an early 1929 Day Badge for Nuremburg, this one's pin has broken from the badge, and has rusted but is still in good condition. Then an SA Sports High Leader's Badge with no enamel damage to the black around the badge. Then a Hollow Pressed Silver Panzer Badge with a burnished swastika of very nice quality and construction and finally an Infantry Assault Badge which has oxidisation marks. The belt buckle itself is the transitional type with a separately applied centre. This is fitted onto a black leather belt, that has had holes cut to take some of the badges. None of the badges have been removed from the belt, they are as they came. In very good condition. GBP 1500.00 (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)

(S169) An Unusual German Ashtray marked at the base Emslandhaus. The ashtray is made from solid marble. To each corner, it has the SA design engraved into the marble and there is four cigarette holders ie cut ins. The ashtray is of very nice quality and weighs approximately 2.3 Kilos. With it, comes a postcard from the Emslandhaus, showing the main dining room, with the word Emslandhaus again. To the ashtray, there is a scuff on the underside on one of the corners, and there is also a sliver missing to the centre, but this has been polished out, possibly when made. A Very unusual item, ideal for historical display, or film enactment etc. A good talking piece. Priced for condition. Post free in UK GBP 225.00 (UK Pounds)

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