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Mine Sweeper, Sub Chaser and Escort Vessels War Badge. Awarded to men and officers of the ships for which the badge is named. This is an early un-marked quality badge with bright wreath and water plume. Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
WW1 buckle utilized for having a reel attached that had wire that would be played out to connect one party with another for communication between them. I would imagine this method was much more efficient than having a length of hand carried wire. This buckle shows some age and use, and some areas on the reverse have some light surface rust. Good
Water Police EM/NCO gilded pebbled steel buckle with a 1943 dated leather tab stamped with maker "C.T.H. Dicke" located in Ludenshield. Has about 90% exterior finish, and where most of it is missing is on the lower edge. From my experience, one of the more difficult Police buckles to acquired. Very Good
Category: Belts & Buckles
Political Leader's Gold buckle with an un-marked wide brown leather belt. Buckle has some light wear to highlights on front and a few small spots of missing finish on reverse. Buckle marked with an RZM and maker's code "M4/27". Belt has slides, sewn-on keeper, and apart from needing some polish, without issue. Very Good
Category: Belts & Buckles
2nd Pattern RLB aluminum silver-grey painted buckle with the "LUFTSCHUTZ" winged emblem. Has about 93% paint intact on the front, and the un-marked reverse has almost totally turned a dark grey. Very Good
Category: Belts & Buckles
Political Leader Armband for a Krieseiter eines amtes (leader of an Department) with the white piping indicating the Kries level. This armband was un-issued, as the ends were never sewn together. On the reverse, stamped very lightly, is an arrow pointing up and part of the word "oben" (top). Wearing it correctly has the oak leaves pointed upward. I have seen a number of photos of then being worn with the oak leaves pointing down. Guess some were being worn by Political Leaders who did not know or care, "which way was up". This armband is without issues. Excellent
Category: Armbands
Auxiliary Cruiser War Badge awarded for participation in a "successful long distance voyage by the crew of an auxiliary cruiser or supply ship". Ships sailing under the guise of neutral cargo ships were designated auxiliary cruisers. This un-marked badge has about 95% of the obverse gilding, with the riveted silver portion of the upper globe still bright. The reverse is dark, appearing that no gilding was ever applied. Pin, clasp and attachments still bright. Low Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
Kriegsmarine un-marked High Seas Fleet Badge with near perfect bright wreath and eagle gilding. Ship details sharp and well defined, as an original should be. Reverse has large dark areas to gilding due to wear and age. Pin has a slight bend, but I will leave that to the next owner should he decide to straighten. Fairly priced at Low Excellent.
Category: Combat Badges
Krim Shield with navy-blue material indicating for issue to an individual in the Kriegsmarine. Hitler ordered that all personnel who were honorably engaged in combat in Crimea were authorized to wear this shield. It is interesting to note that there was very specific criteria for the award of this shield in that the individual had to have served for three months in the area, wounded or took part in at least one major engagement. This was to prevent staff officers from making short "official" visits to this area in order to qualify for another decoration. This badge is unused with the obverse finish intact. The reverse flimsy paper backing shows its age with much of the paper edging flakind off. Low Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
Eastern People 2nd Class in Gold with Swords. Excellent
Category: Military Medals
Female18 Year Long Service Medal on ribbon bow with silver eagle. Has the attaching pin on reverse, however the pin, and the plate to which it is attached to the ribbon, has some rusting. Medal is bright and ribbon is clean. This medal is much less common than the men's silver medal. Low Excellent
Category: Military Medals
M-40 Luftwaffe single decal camo helmet with spray painted light tan and over sprayed with a dark brown wide band in rough shape of an "X". Paint is about 80%, and decal, which was masked-off during painting, also about 80%. Were camo paint is missing, bare spots have smooth surface rusting. Liner, about a size 57, is intact with its original tie, and supple with moderate sweat-stains, and no chin-strap. Maker is Q52 and lot number is DN110 with a lower 4. An interesting example. Very Good
Category: Helmets
M-42 camo helmet with brush-on dark green with areas of random brush-on dark tan. Liner intact and showing moderate use, and with original tie. Liner marked a size 58, and chin strap long gone. Paint is about 85%, and where missing, shows flat surface rust. Not a particular pleasing choice of camo colors, but apparently not all Landsers had an artistic bent. Maker and lot number lost in the paint. Very Good
Category: Helmets
Luftwaffe tropical M-41 with white piping indicating that the individual who wore this cap was attached to Herman Goring Division during its time in Italy or Sicily. The cap is un-marked and with its insignia hand-sewn, and with the white piping made during the caps construction. It is possible that the cap was made in Italy during the period the division was stationed there, being it is un-marked. The cap shows its age, but it does not show heavy use. There are some light sweat stains in the for-head area, and some wear in the rain, as the interior gromets have some light rusting. The left side has some small black stains like something splashed on it. It is about a size 57-58. High Good
Category: Caps
Miniature army dagger by Eichorn, ten inches in overall length. Grip without chips or cracks, and scabbard without dings or dents. Blade is bright with a few small gray spots on either side. Dagger fittings and scabbard has patina, and would polish up bright should its next owner so desire. Low Excellent
Category: Daggers
NSFK enlisted kepi with maker under intact sweatshield "Gebr. Meder", and a size 57 stamp. Kepi interior liner clean with intact sweatshield showing moderate sweat staining. Exterior without any mothing or issues. Chin strap has crazing at the area it connects to buttons. This was acquired by me from a veteran bring-back. Low Excellent
Category: Caps
Panzer Officer's overseas cap with factory applied silver BeVo officer's eagle and hand applied cockade. No markings, but about a size 58. Interior with a tan satin liner and a leather sweatband attached to the front half of the cap, with some very slight sweat staining. Exterior without any mothing, tares or issues. The only negative I can say is some slight surface abraiding to a small spot of the left side soutache. A handsome example of an officer's overseas cap in an otherwise excellent condition.
Category: Caps
Kriegsmarine officer's overseas cap with an enlisted hand-sewn eagle and cockade. Darkened gold bullion piping is hand-sewn, probably indicating that this was originally an em/nco cap that has been up-graded due promotion to commissioned rank. Cap has a couple pin-head vermin bites seen only on close examination. Inside forehead area shows a little use, and has a sewn-in red name "Strauch", a typical KM name type label. Size is un-marked, but is a size 58-59. Low Excellent
Category: Caps
Spanish Civil War Commendation Medal with its original issue cardboard box. On July, 17, 1936, this award was issued to the Spanish forces under Franco fighting against the Republicans, as well to all members of the Legion Condor. This is the Spanish strike, having the pin-back, metal gold rectangular bar at the top of the ribbon. Excellent
Category: Military Medals
Parade Dress mounted 4 Year Army Long Service Medal and Sudeten Medal. Army Long Service Medal shows minor discoloration to highlights of finish. Low Excellent
Category: Military Medals
Silver Tank Badge by "A.S" (Adolf Scholze), a nice quality badge. Obverse shows some minor darkening, primarily to the barrel, headlights and right front (facing tank) of tank fender and treads, as well to the upper portion of the eagle and upper left portion of the oak leaves. Reverse has some darkening in the tank depression. My nit-picking makes it sound worse than if you had it in your hands. High Good
Category: Combat Badges
Luftwaffe quality un-marked Flak Badge showing the obverse with a clear strike of the guns small details. The reverse dark grey flat finish has a small area of light fading where the barrel joins the gun. Low Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
Narvik Shield with Luftwaffe wool, and paper backing with maker's stamp on reverse. I can only read part of the stamp, and the bottom line appears "jena.....schieldt". Shield appears to have never been sewn-on. Excellent
Category: Metal Insignia
Demjansk Shield with Luftwaffe wool and paper backing. Appears un-used, with some small areas of powdering to the zinc from age to the eagles shoulders and head. Reverse has some small areas of damage to the paper at edge, and one rip in the paper in the area of the lower right pin. Low Excellent
Category: Metal Insignia
Condor Legion Wound Badge in Black issued for up to two wounds. Only a total of 182 of this class of wound badge was issued to German personnel during the Spanish Civil War from July, 1936 to March 1939. This early pattern stamped wound badge bore the WW1 style helmet with a raised swastika on the helmet. This badge is a unusual, having a screw-on back as opposed to most which were pin-back. This badge shows it's age in that paint shows wear to swastika and helmet, and to minor wear to highlights of badge detail. The screw-on has surface rusting to both sides, but could look better from someone giving it a little TLC. Good
Category: Combat Badges
An Imperial German Submarine Badge in solid bronze by WALTER SCHOT fec. This badge was made left with the natural bronze finish, and also, some were plated with a gold finish. It was issued for completion of three war patrols. Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
WW1 Austro/Hungarian enlisted army brass buckle. Apart from tarnish, Excellent
Deutsche Reichsbahn Leader's buckle in gold-washed aluminum. The reverse is marked "DRGM40", and with the Assman "A" Logo. The buckle itself is in excellent condition, however the left side keeper is "chewed" at its bottom area. Overall High Good
Category: Other
Luftwaffe un-marked painted steel buckle with leather tab marked "Dransfeld & Co." and dated 1941. Buckle appears un-used. Excellent
Category: Other
1939 Clasp to the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class showing much age darkening patina, primarily on the reverse. Pin marked L21 for Godet & Co. With a little polish work, would brighten up. High Good
Category: Military Medals
Luftwaffe unmarked Unqualified Gunner Badge. This badge, along with an unqualified Radioman/Gunner Badge, were introduced in April, 1944, to personnel who were not qualified, but had taken part in at least ten missions (less if wounded in action). It was in the reverse of the colors of the qualified badges, having a black wreath and silver eagle. These two Unqualified Badges are considered very scarce. Low Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
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Category: Notices
Aircraft industry Badge of Merit in Silver for Meritorious Achievement. This was only in a stickpin form, and for civilians, as it was intended for wear on their clothing. It is 25mm high and about 17mm in with. The design is a perched eagle with a "T" crossed by a wolfsangle on its chest, and clutching a white enamel shield with a black swastika. The reverse is marked "Ges. Gesch" (patent Pending). Excellent
Category: Other
Luftwaffe Pilot/Observer Badge of un-marked construction. Wreath gilding has some minor age fading, and eagle's powdered silver finish has some darkening. An honest guaranteed original at a fair price. Very Good
Category: Combat Badges
Luftwaffe Radioman/ Gunner Badge of un-marked quality construction and having a slight vaulting. Very nice contrast with the bright high-lights of the wreath with the dark eagle. Excellent
Category: Combat Badges
An unusual and exceptionally large and heavy solid bronze medal about 2" in diameter and 5mm thick awarded by the National Food Estate Organization for Achievement in Agriculture in Rheinland. According to Angolia, this was awarded cased and without a ribbon. Excellent
Category: Metal Insignia
RAD men's 3rd Class Silver Medal for 12 Years of Service. Has some darkening of the obverse wreath. Low Excellent
Category: Military Medals
HJ High Leaders Bullion breast shield insignia for a graduate of the Reichfuhrerschule (national Leadership School). This rare insignia was worn over the right breast pocket, and is a silver embroidered bar of oak leaves with the initials RFS outlined in black thread. This insignia was removed from a tunic, and most of the paper backing material is gone, and the bullion is showing age darkening. In all my collecting years, this is the only one that I have owned. Low Excellent
Category: Other
War Service Cross 1st Class with swords. Early quality piece with pin struck 15. Has some dried scotch tape remnants on reverse, otherwise excellent.
Category: Military Medals
WWI large anti-German pin in the shape of a spike helmet on which is stamped HEL-MET THE KAISER. Has a large safety pin soldered on the reverse. Unique piece. Low excellent.
Single tab for Gau Level collar tab for Gemeinschafsleiter. Appears taken off of a tunic. Low excellent.
Category: Collar Tabs
Set of Luftwaffe sew-in boards and tabs for a private in the 13th Luftgau District. Excellent.
Category: Collar Tabs
Pair of Luftwaffe sew-in Unteroffizier boards for the 23rd Flak Rgt. Excellent
Category: Shoulder Boards
1938 pattern Female BDM Leader's breast shield of a flared wing, silver bullion eagle with a swastika on its chest for the rank of Gruppenfuhrerin. Appears un-used. Excellent
Category: Other
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