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(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)

(CS1264) A Nice signed Hoffmann Postcard of Hermann Goring General Der Flieger in uniform, showing the unique collar patches and he is wearing his iron cross and another badge and a side view of his grand cross. The postcard has a nice pen signed signature to it. The postcard is nice and clean with nice clean corners also. Size 6 x 4 approximately. The postcard is in black and white. Good Condition. GBP 500.00 (UK Pounds)

(S490) A Postcard Photograph of the Reichs Minister Dr Goebbels with his daughter Hedda, sitting on his knee. A nice and unusual Postcard not often encountered. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(S491) A Postcard Photograph showing a head and shoulders picture of Josef Goebbels with the title Reichsminister at the bottom. The Postcard is in nice clean condition and is quite scarce to find. GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(P59) A RAD Postcard showing a RAD musician with his peaked cap and swallow tail shoulder pads. There is a tiny tear and some age staining but nothing too serious for this rare photograph postcard. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(P227) Set of four WWII German Army men`s Post Cards , Priced for all of them All are in vgc and some have notations to the reverse GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(R172) A German Press Photograph showing the Japanese and the Italian diplomats signing an agreement in the reichs chancellery. The photo is a Hoffmann press one. A rare piece of history. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(N90) A Scarce example of a used German Police Postcard. It shows a police soldier and an SS soldier standing firm together in the frozen wastes of Russia. The postcard is used and worn and it is dated with postmark to the reverse. Other than this, the card is in very good condition and has a few ink spots to the front where it has gone through the franking system.

GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(N104) A Winter Help Thank You Card for contributing through the 1937/38 Winter Campaign. A nice colourful little card.

GBP 7.50 (UK Pounds)

(S198) A German Post War Signed Reproduction Knights Cross photo to Oblt z.See Kdr Alfred Eick - The Skipper of U-510, and winner of the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross on 31 3.1944 GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(S200) A Post War German Knights Cross Signed Photograph of Rudolf Sauerbrei, with a dedication written to the reverse. It is also dated and has his address and telephone number to it. This soldier was a holder of the following awards, the Knight's Cross, German Cross, Close Combat Clasp in it appears to be, silver, Infantry Assault Badge, DRL Sports' Badge, Iron Cross 1st Class, Honour Roll Clasp, Russian Front Medal, Wound Badge, plus one other I haven't been able to identify yet. The knight's Cross in my opinion, has been added to the photograph, probably at the time of when he was awarded this, this was a common practise, but the others in my opinion, are all original to his uniform. GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

(POSTER) A poster made in Germany based on an original wartime card. The Poster has been signed by many German U boat Captains and Knight`s Cross winners anddates from the 1980`s-1990 period. Many of these men are no longer around so it can never be repeated, Though when done it was a limited run of approx 100 I think, We have 3 examples Priced each at 300.00 (UK Pounds)

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