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Mother's Cross in GOLD (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter) with original case. Latin cross with concave arms in gilded bronze and blue, black, and white enamels. Outstanding condition. The enamel is perfect and the Cross itself is virtually unmarked both front and back. Very fine example with 45cm (18 inch) replacement ribbon. (The ribbon is supposed to be an original period ribbon, but I cannot confirm this). The Cross has its original case of issue which is in good condition with the exterior composed of a lightly textured faux leather (leatherette). The lid is embossed with an outline of the Mothers Cross. Inside the case it is lined with a white fabric (good condition) on which is the makers name R. Souval VII (Seventh District) Vienna. The hinges are intact and working well, as is the push button closure. Case measures 111 mm x 50 mm (4.3 x 2 inches). Please study the detailed photos for proof of condition and description. GB Pounds 85.00 (approx $110.00) + postage which may vary s
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This rare document is a Reichsmusikkammer Membership Document made out to an Eduard Struad (born 23rd Jan 1899), and is signed (probably autopen, not sure) by the President of the Reichsmusikkammer Peter Raabe. (The following information about Raabe I found on the internet). Raabe was appointed president after Richard Strauss's dismissal. For much of his tenure as president, Raabe was not the sole leader regarding musical culture in the Reich: In 1936 Goebbels appointed Heinz Drewes, then general music director of Altenburg, to head a department of music in the Propaganda Ministry, resulting in confused and tangled roles. Raabe tried to resign in 1938, but his resignation was not accepted, and he served until the end of the Reich in 1945. One of the Institute's primary goals was that of extolling and promoting "good German music", specifically that of Beethoven, Wagner, Bach, Mozart, Haydn, Brahms, Bruckner and the like was to legitimize the claimed world supremacy of Germany cultural
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SA-Wehrabzeichen Ubungsbuch and SA-Sportabzeichen Urkunde Booklets with their original Protective Case. This little collection is in outstanding condition. All three pieces are in perfect order and the Urkunde is the best example I have ever seen - almost mint. The documents belonged to Gottfried Salat born in 5.6.10. His occupation is listed as working for the Reichs Finance Dept. and he lived in Spittelauerlaende when he started to work on his SA-Wehr-Abzeichen. His SA-Wehr-Abzeichen Ubungsbuch or Practice Book shows that had completed his qualifying test by May 17th 1940. On that date, the Leader of the local SA Sturm signed off on the last page of the 4 x 5-3/4 inch, 8 page SA-Wehr-Abzeichen ?bungsbuch. The 4-3/8 x 5-3/4 inch SA-Sportabzeichen Urkunde or SA Sport Badge certificate booklet of Gottfried Salat shows he scored 717 points and received his SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze on 17th May 1940. The Leader of SA-Standarte 90 in Vienna officially signed his SA-Sportabzeichen Urku
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1936 Berlin Olympic Games Volumes. (Olympia 1936). Complete. Two volumes. These albums are both 9 1/2 x 12 1/2 inches (24.5 x 32cms), with a total of about 400 pictures some in colour and includes the detailed four page fold out plan of the Olympic venues. They were published by Cigaretten-Bilderdienst Altona-Bahrenfeld in Germany and are in excellent condition. They are priced at GB Pounds 130.00 (approx $168.00) plus postage. They are that price because of their condition and because they have still got their original covers which are also in very good condition which is rare for these volumes. 9 out of 10 of these books usually don't have any covers at all and if they do they are almost always really tatty. These particular books are quite exceptional considering their age and it would be hard to find another pair as good as these. (Please see detailed photos for confirmation of excellent condition). I have included the link http://www.od43.com/2x_1936_Olympia_ZBA_0317.html where
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School Report for Josef Felzmann who was 18 in July 1940 when the School Report was issued. The School he attended was a Vocational School in the Mollardgasse Vienna and from the subjects Felzmann studied he was learning for the technical area or trade. Translated the Report states: For all of his school subjects he was classed as satisfactory (befriedigend). He missed a total of 92 hours over the year, all of which he was excused for. School attendance: Regular. The Report is in very good condition with some slight marks to be expected but absolutely nothing of any note. It has been folded but the folds are fine with no tears, (see detailed scan for confirmation of condition). GB Pounds 12.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination or buyers wishes.
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School Report for Walter Hettesch who was 17 in the summer of 1943 when the School Report was issued. The School he attended was a Business School in the Hallabruenn district near Vienna and from the subjects Hettesch studied he was learning Business Studies. Translated the Report states: For his school subjects he was either good (gut) satisfactory (genuegend) or favourable (gef?llig). He missed a total of 5 hours over the year, all of which he was excused for. Student description: it states the student (trans.) is a good sportsman, strong and tough and he also took an active part in the lessons. Comments: Leadership and Poise. Very satisfactory. The Report is in very good condition with some very slight marks to be expected but absolutely nothing of any note. It has been folded but the folds are fine with no tears, (see detailed scan for confirmation of condition). GB Pounds 12.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination or buyers wishes.
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School Report for Josef Felzmann who was 17 in July 1939 when the School Report was issued. The School he attended was a Vocational School in the Mollardgasse Vienna and from the subjects Felzmann studied he was learning for the technical area or trade. Translated the Report states: Behaviour (Betragen) Very Good For his school subjects he was either good (gut) or adequate (genuegend). He missed a total of 40 hours over the year, all of which he was excused for. The Report is in very good condition with some slight marks to be expected but absolutely nothing of any note. It has been folded but the folds are fine with no tears, (see detailed scan for confirmation of condition). GB Pounds 12.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination or buyers wishes.
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A fine oversized (23.5cm x 17.5cm) photo of a German Luftwaffe Leutnant. The photo is in excellent condition. The Leutnant has the ribbons of the Iron Cross and the East Front Medal on his breast buttonhole and the DRA Sports Badge on his breast pocket. (It could be a DRL Sports Badge but magnified in the scan I tend to think it is the DRA). GB Pounds 10.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
Category: Photos & Prints
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A fine oversized (24cm x 18cm) photo of a German Oberst (Colonel). The photo is in very good condition with slight bumping to the corners and a very small shallow crease just beneath his collar ? nothing of any note (see scan for confirmation of condition). The colonel has an Iron Cross 1st Class on his breast pocket, the ribbon for the Iron Cross (WW2) on his breast buttonhole and he has a medal bar with the Iron Cross (WW1), the Honour Cross for front-line veterans with swords - and the Heer Long Service Medal. GB Pounds 10.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes.
Category: Photos & Prints
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Deutsche Arbeitsfront Mitgliedsbuch. A very nice example of this German Labour Front Membership Booklet made out to Helene Holoubek . It is in excellent condition, unmarked cover, on which stamped, in gold is the DAF emblem of a mobile swastika within a fourteen-toothed cog, nice firm spine well stapled, clean pages, well stamped from July 1941 to September 1944. You rarely find them in such good clean condition! (Free Trade Unions in Germany were dissolved when the Nazis came to power in 1933, their members being absorbed into the newly created DAF, "Deutsche Arbeitsfront" (German Labor-front). The DAF was originally a sub-section of the NSDAP, but became an affiliated organization by 1936, and was the largest of all of the various Nazi organizations. The stated aims of the DAF were to create a national community of German professional and manual laborers, and to educate them in National Socialistprinciples. Membership was voluntary, but most workers chose to join to take adva
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