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War Merit Cross 1st Class (Kriegsverdienstkreuz 1. Klasse) - without swords/ohne Schwerter. Very good condition in silvered tombac with fine detailed pebbles on the arms of the maltese cross; vertical banjo style pinback with a sheet metal hinge and a slightly rounded wire catch. Accompanied by its original case of issue; constructed of textured black faux leather (leatherette) exterior; with the lid lined on the interior (unmarkd) and a recessed medal bed; functional push button release; intact interior fabric hinge cover; functional exterior metal hinge; measuring 70 mm x 70 mm. Very good condition. GB Pounds 165.00 + postage.
Category: Combat Badges
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Reduced! This 1st Class War Merit Cross with Swords is a tombac version and appears to have never had a silver finish which is occasionally the case. The medal consists of a Maltese style cross having pebbled legs. In the center is a raised wreath with vaulted mobile swastika. There is a pair of swords which seem to pierce the wreath from beneath. The reverse of the medal has a flat coke bottle shaped pin. There is a stamping into the center of the pin which reads L15 which makes it one of the more sought after makers Friedrich Orth of Vienna. It measures 48.6 x 48.55 mm and weighs 20.2 gms. A nice looking original medal here. GB Pounds 135.00 + postage which may vary slightly according to destination and buyer's wishes. *******Additional note: The makers mark L15 according to Dietrich Maerz (The War Merit Cross and Higher Grades) is Friedrich Orth of Vienna and NOT Otto Schickle. ***** I am in the process of setting up a militaria website. If you go into terry@military-images.c
Category: Combat Badges
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An extremely fine Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander. Outstanding condition. This particular foreign employed worker (Evert Vuyst) came from Holland. He was born in Amsterdam in 1921 and was employed in Vienna Austria in the paper and raw materials industry as well as in the storage areas. 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 Pounds 44.00 + postage.
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Arbeitsbuch fur Auslander. Good condition, one of the two staples has come lose, but the other holds the spine and all pages well. 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
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Reduced! Hitler Profile Portrait Plaque. Round. NOT a modern repro! Came from a collection in Austria. Have had it looked at and confirmed to be period. 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 125.00 + postage
Category: Art Objects
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Two Photographs of the Graf Zeppelin LZ-127 that have been 'converted' into postcards. Very nice 'snap shots' of the giant Airship over the sheds at Friedrichshafen. Clear photos. (The spots near the Zeppelin's tail on one of the photos are not marks, they are IN the photo and are probably leaves from a nearby tree). There are very small drawing pin holes (see scans) near four of the eight corners of the photos, but they do not detract from the images. Both photos are 13 x 9 cms (5 x 4ins approx). The photo-postcards are marked on the back with the trade sign LEONAR which was one of three German/Belgian companies. The Graf Zeppelin operated commercially from 1928 to 1937. When it entered commercial service in 1928, it became the first commercial passenger transatlantic flight service in the world. During its operating life, the airship made 590 flights covering more than 1.7 million kilometers (over 1 million miles). It was designed to be operated by a crew of 36 officers and men. I
Category: Photos & Prints
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Wehrpass. 2nd type (with Old German letter 'W' in Wehrpass). This particular documentation booklet is in good condition. Thereare however four holes near the edge of the front cover - please see detailed scans. The covers and spine are good and firm. No pages are loose or missing. The person concerned (Otto Huber) is identified by his photo and various recorded details. All the written up pages have been scanned the remainder are not filled in. This really is in excellent condition and well worth considering. GB Pounds 28.00 + postage (which will vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes). ***** I am in the process of setting up a militaria website. If you go into military-images.com and then click on the site heading which comes up you will see a great many more items offered that you may have an interest in.
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Wehrpass. 2nd type with Old German letter 'W' in Wehrpass. Inside the German Eagles have been de-nazified by inking out - please see scans for details. This particular documentation booklet is in overall good condition. The covers and spine are good and firm. No pages are loose or missing. The person concerned (Rudolf Helmstetter) is identified by his photo and various recorded details. All the written up pages have been scanned the remainder are not filled in. Although de-nazified this document is in good condition and well worth considering. The de-nazifaction is reflected in the price. GB Pounds 20.00 + postage (which will vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes). ***** I am in the process of setting up a militaria website. If you go into military-images.com and then click on the site heading which comes up you will see a great many more items offered that you may have an interest in.
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Wehrpass. 3rd type with Modern German letter 'W' in Wehrpass. This particular documentation booklet is in outstanding condition. The covers and spine are good and firm. No pages are loose or missing. The person concerned (Peter Hunadin) is identified by his photo and various recorded details. All the written up pages have been scanned (goes up to mid November 1944) the remainder are not filled in. This really is in excellent condition and well worth considering. GB Pounds 30.00 + postage (which will vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes). ***** I am in the process of setting up a militaria website. If you go into military-images.com and then click on the site heading which comes up you will see a great many more items offered that you may have an interest in.
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Wehrpass. 2nd type with Old German letter 'W' in Wehrpass. This particular documentation booklet is in very good condition. The covers and spine are good and firm, (although it does appear as if the edge of the cloth outer spine on the front has been restuck probably during the War). No pages are loose or missing. The person concerned (Wilhelm Nicholetti) is identified by his photo and various recorded details which include two Wehrpassnotiz's. All the written up pages have been scanned the remainder are not filled in. This really is in excellent condition and well worth considering. GB Pounds 35.00 + postage (which will vary slightly according to destination and buyers wishes). ***** I am in the process of setting up a militaria website. If you go into military-images.com and then click on the site heading which comes up you will see a great many more items offered that you may have an interest in.
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