Jamie Cross Collectables 
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    Unofficial Awards, Medals and
    Unit Badges

    (N1207) A Stuttgart 1938 Medal being of bronzed metal. This shows the main castle in Stuttgart to the front with the wording to the reverse as well as a date of the 13th-15th November 1938. In nice condition GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

    (N1211) A German Silver Singing Medal showing a harp surrounded by a music sheet and laurel leaf to one side and engraved to the reverse GEST.V.OL.WINTERBECKER LIEDERTAFEL KIEL-HASSEE 24 May 1925. The edge of the award is also marked 900 SILBER. This probably could be researched. GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

    (G1492) An Olympic Games style sew on Cap Badge. Often used as a unit emblem, with one of the most popular being a German U-boat. The badge is un-marked to the reverse. In very good condition GBP 30.00 (UK Pounds)

    (N671) An unusual German 1938 Battalion Medal given as a commemorative, it shows a soldier and a worker shaking hands with around the edge, Westbau 1938 then Julius Berger then TIEFBAU.A.G.BERLIN with a couple of swastikas between the lettering. To the reverse, there is the wording LIMES ABSCHNITT KARLSRUHE. The medal is in very nice condition and is scarce to find. This was recently purchased from a German house clearing agent.

    GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

    (N684) A nice German 2nd Parachute Corps Tradition Cap Badge . A Rare award to find in mint condition with red, white and black enamel in the shape of a parachute. The badge is made in Italy and of pin back construction., made in October 1944 in the Bregonzi factory in Milan. It was commissioned by Field Marshall Kesselring when Commanding the 2nd Parachute Corps. About 200 of these were found during 1980's in a small box stored in the old and now closed Bregonzi factory, together with X Mas Flotilla shields and other military badges. There are pictures of Field Marshall Kesselring wearing this type of badge himself on the left side of his Luftwaffe field cap. This example is complete with its original paper manufacturers packet. Very rare to find especially in its packet.

    GBP 395.00 (UK Pounds)

    (N924) A nice zinc and enamelled badge probably a unit insignia for an Infantry Regiment of some description. The insignia consists of a red enamelled eagle with a red enamelled crown and a set of green oak leaves and the word Kitzbuhel to the base. On the reverse, it shows a mountain goat's head. This is mounted onto a triangular piece of black ribbon. Superb quality and condition.

    GBP 85.00 (UK Pounds)

    (N1206) A Austrian Tirol Ullr medal with its cord, Made from zinc and in good condition

    GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

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