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REDUCED AGAIN! A Second War German Heer (Army) Marksmanship Lanyard; Grade One, Type Two The lanyard consisting of a badge attached to a knotted backer and a thick braid with loops for button attachment on either end; the badge constructed of aluminum on a silver bullion aluminum threaded knot with a field grey wool backer; the chord consisting of matching braid with a white rayon backer; near mint condition. GB Pounds 95.00 + postage
Category: Heer
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REDUCED! An Iron Cross 1939 Second Class by the maker Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Hanauer Plaketten Herstelle. (I have been informed on Wehrmacht Awards Forum that this is a Hanauer 24); silver frame with a blackened magnetic iron core; I can find no makers marks. It has an original shortened ribbon and comes with its original envelope and Documentation made out to **Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch of 3./ Gren. Rgt.255; The signature may read Wustenhagen, but I am not 100% sure. The document is in good condition and has been folded exactly in half, (see detailed photos for confirmation of condition). The medal also has its original blue paper packet of issue. The Cross measures 44.95 mm x 44.89 mm; paint peeling from the cross on select spots, but otherwise in good condition. GB Pounds 125.00 + postage **There are two other awards with documentation for sale listed to ** Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch. They are the Wound Badge (Werwundetenabzeichen) in Black and the Eastern Front Medal (Winter
Category: Accoutrements
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REDUCED! Wound Badge in Black (Werwundetenabzeichen) Oval shaped blackened brass the obverse pebbled with a Stahlhelm in the centre featuring a large mobile swastika on its side superimposed on crossed swords within a wreath of laurel leaves with a tied bow at the bottom; the reverse plain with a vertical needle style pin, sheet metal hinge, and a round wire catch; some paint loss, measuring 36.65 mm (w) x 44.20 mm (h); no makers marks, in overall very good condition. It comes with presentation Documentation made out to **Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch of 3./ Gren. Rgt.255. The document is in good condition and has been folded exactly in half, (see detailed photos for confirmation of condition). GB Pounds 75.00 + postage **There are two other awards with documentation for sale listed to ** Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch. They are an Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Eastern Front Medal (Winterschlacht im Ostern). For more items see my Website: terry@military-images.com............ click on
Category: Combat Badges
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REDUCED! Eastern Front Medal (Winterschlacht im Osten) 1941/42 Silvered and blackened zinc, 35.75 mm x 40.28 mm, some wear. No makers marks. It comes with presentation Documentation made out to **Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch of 3./ Gren. Rgt.255. The document is in good condition and has not been folded, (see detailed photos for confirmation of condition). GB Pounds 68.00 + postage **There are two other awards with documentation for sale listed to ** Gefreiten Josef Pinzolitsch. They are an Iron Cross 2nd Class and a Wound Badge in Black (Werwundetenabzeichen). For more items see my Website: terry@military-images.com............ click on Home MILITARY IMAGES - Wix.com.......that enters site.
Category: Combat Badges
F61102
REDUCED! Grossdeutschlands Wiedergeburt Weltgeschichtliche Stunden an der Donau. (The Annexation of Austria). This 21.00 x 29.5cm (8.25 X 11.6 ins) hard cover book is getting harder to find especially in this excellent condition and complete with ALL photos, all in outstanding contion. It was published after the annexation of Austria in 1938. Germany was officially named "Grossdeutsches Reich" (Greater German Reich) after Austria had become part of nazi germany. The book contains 120 stereoscopic photographs taken by Adolf Hitlers personal photographer, Prof. Heinrich Hoffmann. The book comes with the original, collapsable viewing glasses which, when you look at the photos through them, make the photos appear three-dimensional! The pictures and the viewer are stored in compartments inside the front and back covers. This makes the covers quite thick and accordingly heavy and therefore many of these stereoscopy books that survived are damaged. Not so this excellent copy, it is in rema
F61033
Reduced! Hitler Profile Portrait Plaque. Round. Looks and feels like bronze but I am not sure. It is certainly heavy enough to be bronze. It is a good size and measures approx. 18cms (7.25 inches) in diameter and has a fixed angled point on which it can be hung. A good likeness and very good all round condition. I can find no artists/makers signature. Please see photos for confirmation of description. GB Pounds 140.00 + postage
Category: Art Objects
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REDUCED! An absolutely outstanding card in near perfect condition. Very clean, no creases or marks, very rare in such excellent condition. Postally unused. Fritz Klingenberg (17 December 1912 - 23 March 1945) was a German officer in the Waffen-SS who served with the SS Division Das Reich and was a commander of the SS Division Goetz von Berlichingen. He was best known for his role in the capture of the Yugoslavian capital Belgrade on April 13th 1941, with just 6 men, for which he was awarded the Knights Cross of the Iron Cross. (A few days later Yugoslavia surrendered). Commands held SS Division Goetz von Berlichingen, Das Reich. GB Pounds 69.00 + postage.
F60994
A Cross of Honour in Gold of the German Mother, First Class. Outstanding condition. (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter 1 Klasse). A Latin cross constructed of gilt bronze and blue and white enamels; with sun rays emanating between the arms from the centre applique; the front with a circular applique bearing a static black enameled swastika (Hakenkreuz) within a gilded ring inscribed "Der Deutschen Mutter" (The German Mother), with all four arms of the cross edged in white enamels with solid blue panels; the reverse dated with the date of implementation "10 Dezember 1938" and bearing the facsimile signature of the Fuhrer and Reichs-Chancellor; suspended from a period original ribbon; better than very fine condition. GB Pounds 58.00 + postage. (Just as a matter of interest the Mother's Cross in Gold was awarded to German mothers for having 8 (yes EIGHT !!) children, so the number of Gold Mothers Crosses is far less than the silver or bronze versions.) I am at this moment preparing a w
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This is the rare Arbeitsbuch for the Nazi Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia (in Czechoslovakia). Outstanding condition, almost unmarked. This particular Arbeitsbuch was issued to Hans Richter who was born in 1895. Richter attended acting school in 1914 to 1916 and during the WW2 was employed and acted at the German Theatre of Maehr Ostran (which I cannot trace at the moment but is presumably in Bohemia Moravia) and then he acted at the German Theatre of Vienna (between the years of 1939 to 1941). The Bohemia Moravia Protectorate was established on 16 March 1939 following the German occupation of Czechoslovakia on 15 March 1939. The Protectorate was an autonomous Nazi-administered territory which the German government considered part of the Greater German Reich. On 29 September 1941, Hitler appointed SS hardliner Reinhard Heydrich as Deputy Reichsprotektor (Stellvertretende Reichsprotektor) but he was killed by on 4 June 1942 after being wounded by Czechoslovak Commandos in Opera
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Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander. Good condition. This particular foreign employed worker (Franz Novak) has Italy as the country that he came from but it has Marburg (in Germany!) as the place where he was born in 1918. He was well educated and was employed as a Technical Assistant in Kapfenberg (in Southern Austria) in the Steel Works there. What is extremely interesting is that the last entry was made by the company he woked for during the War - Boehler Brothers and Co.- on the 15th May 1945. This was exactly ONE WEEK after the War ended. In addition to the green Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander there is also another ID Document issued to Novak in Jugoslavia just after the War where he must have then lived. The green Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander is far rarer than the standard brown Arbeitsbuch used by the Germans. They also differed from the German version by having inside a portrait photo of the foreign worker for identification and as a consequence the green Arbeitsbuch is more sought after. GB
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