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Political Medals & Badges from WWII Germany
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GOLDEN PARTY BADGES ETC

(V260) A Rare 2nd Pattern German Blood Order in virtually mint condition. The award is numbered 3218 and hallmarked 800 silver. This is found at the base of the Munich monument. The award is oxidised silver, which has tarnished, as can be seen from the scan. The award is in very nice condition and comes with a piece of its original water silk Ribbon. With the medal comes the Original Red Leather Case for the Document. This large size red case has a gold political eagle embossed to the lid. The overall size is 28 cm by 36 cm and once opened, to the inside, holds the Award Document to Ferdinand Moser. There is the embossed paper emblem for the blood order to either side of the citation in the border. The citation is hand filled out and is in very nice condition. Not often found, with the medal being found more often than the citation. So to have a set, is Extremely Rare. In the last 10 years, we have encountered just two. The numbering sequence of the award and the dating of the citation, puts it at approximately 1940 issu, so Early in the war. This means it is probably an Austrian recipient. No research has been done and the grouping is fresh to the market. More Rare than a Knight's Cross, it is estimated only 5000 were awarded, and for obvious reasons, few of these would have been kept. Layaway and trades considered. GBP 17,500.00 (UK Pounds)
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(CS1744) A Very Rare example of a German Coburg Badge made from zinc and with a little pinback fixing often found on party badges. The badge shows very nice die work and appears to have been Bronzed over base zinc, though this has now faded. Given to a few of Hitler's followers who took part in the Cobug battle of 1922 where a train was actually hired to go to Coburg. The award was issued only approximately 500 times and is very sought after by collectors. We believe the badge comes from a Funeral Pillow GBP 3500.00 (UK Pounds)

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(V2318) A Scarce to find German 1933 hollow backed NSDAP Reichsparteitag Nuremburg Badge. The badge is in nice overall condition, though it has some staining, as can be seen. These badges were sold to participants of the rally and it is believed that these are the original badges of the day and the solid ones are commemoratives, but I think that is just a manufacturer's variation with the solids being more common than the hollowbacks. A very nice variation to acquire. Please see our video on the Reichsparteitag badges for more information. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

GAU & RALLY BADGES RAISED TO PARTY BADGE STATUS

(CS418) A Gau Essan Day Badge for 1925-35 GBP 125.00
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(CS418) A Gau Essan Day
Badge for 1925-35
GBP 125.00
(T158) A Gau Essan Day Badge for 1925-35 GBP 95.00
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(T158) A Gau Essan Day
Badge for 1925-35
GBP 955.00
(V1006) A Gau Essan Day Badge for 1925-35 GBP 95.00
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(V1006) A Gau Essan Day
Badge for 1925-35
GBP 95.00

(S1377) A Gau Munchen Badge for 1933 GBP 250.00
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(S1377) German Gau
Munchen Badge
for 1933 GBP 250.00
(T538) A Gau Munchen Badge for 1933 GBP 250.00
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(T538) German Gau
Munchen Badge
for 1933 GBP 250.00
(V1533) A Gau Munchen Badge for 1933 GBP 150.00
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(V1533) German Gau
Munchen Badge
for 1933 GBP 150.00

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(V1510) A German SA Braunschweig 17-18 October 1931 Treffin Day Badge. The badge is a pressed silvered metal and has had a replacement pin fixing crudely applied by lead solder to the reverse. This is the 2nd pattern and appears to have been used and worn. A scarce badge to acquire, but priced for condition.This was part of the Brian L Davis collection.GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)
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(V2167) A Nice example of a German Gau Tag Ost Hannover Day Badge that was raised to party status and worn as a Gau Tradition badge. This example is nicely struck in a coppered alloy over a light metal. The copper platins is mostly intact and you have a steel pin soldered to the reverse. Scarce badge to acquire, these were worn on the NSDAP tunics of the golden pheasants and early party members. GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)

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