U BOAT WAR BADGES FOR SALE
(Instituted 13.10.1939)

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(T207) A Mid War German Navy U-Boat Badge. The badge has been convexed and appears to be a Mayer L/13 unmarked example, as it has the features associated with this maker of the little hinge and hook. The badge has a silver wash to the reverse with the hinge and hook separately applied. The front retains some of the gilt finish as well as the silver wash and grey zinc construction. The swastika is cut out. The badge is of fine quality. Given to German navy sailors who completed three tours or operational sorties against allied shipping. GBP 325.00 (UK Pounds)

(T666) A German Kreigsmarine Navy U-Boat Badge. The badge is of mid war quality and has a nice gilt finish that has faded to a lemon yellow colour. The badge has a nice hinge and hook fitted to the reverse with a magnetic pin. There are no maker's marks that can be seen. The badge has a non-cut out swastika. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(JW)The ultimate in German WWII Clocks and Watches. This is a (Kreigsmarine) Navy Bulkhead Clock in brass with a black anodised Case. The clock is in full working order and has the navy eagle and M to the lefthand side. To the top, there is the maker's name of A Lange & Sohne, as well as Glashutte B/Dresden. This manufacturer is one of the most desirable and seldom encountered on clocks, one of only a few known. We have only managed to find one other example of this clock that sold over 10 years ago for a five figure sum The clock has three hands with the central secondhand not having a separate dial. The clock has a silver face with Roman numerals cut into it in a 12 hour period, and then divided up into 10 minute segments, as can be seen from the scan. There is also an adjustment to regulate the time. All screws are intact. The locking mechanism works fine and the key fits both the locking mechanism and the winding movement. In Very Good Condition, especially considering this clock is over 80 years old and still keeps good time. GBP 15,000.00 (UK Pounds)

(GE6) A U-Boat Combat Clasp in Bronze being the 2nd Issue type in zinc with a bronze plating applied. The clasp is fully maker marked 'SCHWERIN BERLIN' and is in excellent condition, rare to find This example previously to the last collector, was pinned to a board in a British Navy officers Mess with a hole drilled through the pin to fix it, where it was a war souvenir for many years, kept and displayed as such. Priced for this. GBP 700.00 (UK Pounds)

(V245) A German U-Boat Clasp being the 2nd type in Bronze. The clasp has all the features associated of the 2nd pattern, like the fluted pin, cast in hinge, counter sunk hook, bronze plated onto a base zinc, with zinc bubbling. This badge is textbook all the way. The bronze finish is nice and intact. GBP 750.00 (UK Pounds)

(S33) A Scarce to find now, U-Boat Clasp in Silver. The clasp is the 2nd Pattern type with the countersunk hook and cast in hinge. As is often the case, this example has the fluted silver pin that is of magnetic construction. The clasp is as stated, silver plate over the base zinc metal and has bubbled in places, but nothing too serious. Very hard to encounter now as few of these are turning up on the market place. GBP 1500.00 (UK Pounds)

(M570) A U-Boat Document Group to Baron Emmerith Freiherr Von Mirbach. The documents consist of a post war British naval document, two promotion documents, one being signed by Raider and a document for qualifying as a u-boat engineer. Also comes with this a couple of other documents and the group is also partially illustrated in the book "Torpedo Los" by Gordon Williamson, being shown on pages 292-294. These items were formally in Gordon Williamsons collection. A very scarce set of documents to acquire. This officer was still alive into the late 1990's. The book also states that he was on U595 and was captured. More research can be found on the internet for this u-boat officer. GBP 600.00 (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)


OTHER GERMAN NAVY WAR BADGES OF WORLD WAR TWO FOR SALE

AUXILLARY CRUISER BADGES
AUXILLARY
CRUISER BADGE
BLOCADE RUNNER BADGES
BLOCADE RUNNER
BADGES
COASTAL ARTILLARY BADGE
COASTAL
ARTILLARY BADGE
DESTROYER BADGES
DESTROYER
BADGES
E BOAT BADGES
E BOAT OR S BOAT
BADGES
HIGH SEAS FLEET BADGES
HIGH SEAS FLEET
BADGES
MINE SWEEPER BADGES
MINE SWEEPER
BADGES
SMALL BATTLE UNITS & OTHER NAVY BADGES
SMALL BATTLE
UNITS & OTHER
NAVY BADGES
U BOATBADGES & U BOAT CLASPS
U BOAT BADGES
& U BOAT CLASPS
UNUSUAL NAVY BADGES
UNUSUAL NAVY
BADGES
GERMAN AWARD DOCUMENTS
GERMAN AWARD
DOCUMENTS
GERMAN NAVY INSIGNIA
KRIEGSMARINE
INSIGNIA

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