Jamie Cross Collectables 
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(P472) A Nice German Wehrpass to a veteran of WWI called Josef Landesberger. The book is nicely filled out and readable and shows amongst other details, he was a Catholic, his mother and father were both deceased and he was born on 5/5/1890 and he served in WWI in the infantry reserve regiment. It also mentions he was awarded the front fighter's campaign cross for WWI and the citation is enclosed. There are file punch marks to the citation and the book but nothing too serious. GBP 45.00 (UK Pounds)

(J1820) A very interesting and unusual German Labour Pass issued to an Italian. The pass is complete with his photograph and lists him as a cabinet maker. The interesting thing about the pass is to the reverse of his photo, there is a POW camp notation Stalag 111 D for the POW camp used as the holding pen for the British Free Corps, where this gentleman must have come into contact with British Free corps members. The pass is worthy of further research and is an unusual talking point for any collector. GBP 75.00 (UK Pounds)

(M1123) A German Wehrpass to a German security policeman. The pass is complete with his photograph and has many entries as can be seen. The pass also comes with his RAD card, again, with his photograph. The wehrpass being the earlier style, has been de-nazified to the front but the rest is intact. One of the units mentioned inside the pass is the Gruppe Geheime Feld Polizei 633. This unit was later absorbed into the German SD (security police). The last entry in the pass appears to be submitted on the 21/4/45. A very interesting pass worthy of further research. GBP 350.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC336) A German U-Boat Soldbuch to a Lt. Alfons Jakobs, a member of the 19th U-boat flottille. The soldbuch is well filled out and dates from 1942-1944. It has a nice uniform photograph of the recipient stamped and affixed into it. This has gone over another photograph that was removed/replaced, but the counter stamps prove the photograph is the official one for this officer and was probably re-done because he has gone up in rank. With this comes the officer's driving licence, which shows him in civilian clothes and is dated for 1939. This is on the usual linen background and is quite worn and fragile. The book is also in used condition and has many entries, stamps etc to the 19th u-boat flottille and also has some heavily inked out entries. Nice to find. GBP 450.00 (UK Pounds)

(MC577) A German Issued Soldbuch in poor condition. The photograph has gone from the front page and the front page cover has split in two. The book is made out to a soldier who's name it is very hare to read as the soldbuch is water damaged, as can be seen from the scan. Some of the entries however, are still legible and the book is complete except for pages 11-14, which have been removed. Some of the units the man service in were an artillary one, and a replacmenet batallion. It is also interesting to note the man was highly decorated, being given both the iron cross 1st and 2nd class, the Russian front medal, the Krim shield to name a few. Priced for condition. GBP 60.00 (UK Pounds)

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