Wehrmacht Heer Gebirgsjager Windjacket, good original condition, obviously worn with some slight repaired small spots and the inside of the collar is a little worn (please see detailed photos) but generally in overall very good condition. Cannot find any makers marks. It is a very good size, I am just over 6 feet (182 cm) and it fits me length and chest although the arms are slightly short!
It is much better condition than most, has all the buttons, (I can only presume they are the originals but I am not 100% certain because almost every Gebirgsjaeger wind jacket I have seen has had slightly different buttons) pockets are good and no tears, seams are all good, Gebirgsjaeger patch on the right upper arm of the jacket. A rare item, especially in this condition, well worth considering especially if Gebirgsjaeger associated items are your interest.
Please see detailed photos for confirmation of condition, and should you need any more details or photos I am happy to oblige.
COMPLETE SET of 18 weekly issues of Hitler's Mein Kampf. These Magazines are an unabridged version translated into English by James Murphy and illustrated in each part in black and white (200 full page illustrations). Each cover states that the proceeds will benefit the British Red Cross -- not Hitler's German publishing house Eher Verlag. The magazines were issued by the London firm Hurst & Blackett. The series was published in London by Hutchinson & Co. in 1939/40 and was still being sold during the War as this particular vsion was! It apparently sold very well in English even after the war's outbreak, as Britain's sought to understand their enemy's ideology. Interestingly Hutchinson was selling 'Hutchinson's History of the War' (WW2) at the SAME TIME they were selling Mein Kampf!
Of the 18 separate weekly printings, the first 7 parts have covers that are are printed in red, black and yellow, part 8's cover was printed in red, white and black - and parts 9 to 18 were p
A very nice metal Swastika Flag Pole Top. This appears to be an impressive example of a rare, NSDAP pole top. The sleeve looks to be brass or brass alloy into which the flag pole would be inserted. This is topped by a round brass or brass alloy finial. Soldered to this finial is a large round disk that encloses a large mobile swastika emblem, giving this a bold appearance. The sleeve is left brass and the swastika is coloured black with a red surround. There are a few minor spots and surface scratches, but no dents or major damage of any kind. This probably dates to the early 1930s, or even earlier, and could be a relic of the Nazi struggle to power before 1933. This NSDAP pole top is an evocative artefact with a great look, and is in excellent condition.
It measures 20 x11.7 cms (8 x 4.6 ins).
GB Pounds 169.00 plus postage.
The piece appears to be made entirely out of aluminium but I am not certain, the sleeve and finial could be an alloy. It has a sleeve, into which the flag pole would be inserted and this is topped by a round decorated finial. Attached to this finial is a flowing surround that encloses a large mobile swastika emblem, giving this a bold appearance. The entire surface has a very nice finish. There are a few minor blemishes, absolutely nothing of any note and no dents or major damage of any kind. Some very faint marks (and I mean faint!) on one side of the swastika itself make me think it could have had something (possibly black for dramatic effect?) stuck to it originally, but that is purely a guess. This particular flag pole top possibly dates to the early 1930s, and could be a relic of the Nazi struggle to power before 1933 but I do not really know. This pole top is an evocative artifact with a great look, and is in excellent undamaged condition.
GB Pounds 159.00 plus postage
Kriegsmarine cap eagle.
Aluminium metal cap eagle that simulates embroidery mounted on dark wool. The navy tried these for a while to counter the effects of salt on bullion but not used very long & probably replaced by thread/cellon (not affected by salt). I dont think this design was intended for officers (NCOs?) but not seen often (particularly with the clips/backing still intact). A complete cap eagle in such good condition with backing is something of a rarity. Absolutely outstanding condition.
GB Pounds 110.00 plus postage
A gilt right facing eagle, government (non military) eagle possibly Post, Reichbahn, Zoll beamt, Forstbeamt or some other government organization. It is marked M1/45 which is apparently Friedrich Linden, Luedenscheid.
One pin is missimg, please see detailed photos for confirmation of condition.
GB Pounds 35.00 plus postage.
Early Kriegsmarine white uniform bevo eagle (blue on white). I believe it is a first pattern/design. The bottom right hand corner has been cut out (see detailed photos) - the missing corner is outside the edge of the eagle and if the eagle were to be sewn and mounted the cut corner would in no way interfere, the eagle itself is in excellent condition.
GB Pounds 55.00 plus postage
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