An 1813 Iron Cross Second Class to Carl Heinrich Ludwig Schoepffer - An example example with blackened iron core(magnetic), silver frame stepped version, small ribbon ring with old ribbon; measures 41.58mm (width) x 46.67mm(height), weighs 16.7 gram...
A Rare Spanish Cross for Next of Kin Award Document; An extremely rare award document measuring 21 cm x 29.8 cm, type appears slightly faded from perhaps being being framed at somepoint, overall condition stands at very fine.
A Soldbuch to the 211th Grenadier Regiment; American Surrender; Herbert Fröhlich Soldbuch: 24 pages, in very worn condition
Footnote: Herbert Fröhlich was born April 9th, 1921 in Ravenstein in the region of Saatzig, Pomerania. He was prote...
A Luftwaffe Document Grouping to Observer Andreas Berndsen; To Oberfeldwebel and Observer Andreas Berndsen: Bestowal Document to the Observer Badge, January 29, 1941, in very fine condition. Also a number of training documents for observers and nav...
An Uncommon HJ Buckle by Assmann; In silvered die stamped steel, extremely well marked RZM M4/39 with the Assmann Logo; with uncommon "crank catch"; of limited production, near extremely fine.
A 1938 Victors Badge in the National Trade Competition by G.Brehmer; 3rd Type, "Kreissieger". Three-piece construction, silvered bronze and enamelled HJ insignia overlaying a bronze and white enamelled base, maker marked "G. BREHMER MARKNEUKIRCHEN" ...
A Large German & Italian Music Award by C.Gerosasa - Large badge (49mm), in enameled bronze, very fine quality, maker marked, fine quality, very rare.
An SS-SA Ski Competition Badge by C.Poellath - In silvered bronze, enameled, maker marked, 34x45mm, good very fine.
An HJ Golden Leaders Sports Badge by Gustav Brehmer - In tombac, partially enameled, maker marked RZM M1/101, (Gustav Brehmer, Markneukirchen), worn, hand etched number 06732, in very fine condition.
A German Mine Rescue Honor Award - In silvered bronze, 35mm, original ribbon, extremely fine condition.
A 1936 Plettenberger Protection Society Medal - Magnetic, unmarked, original ribbon, near very fine.
A Commemorative Medal 1. October 1938 - in bronze, with original ribbon, extremely fine.
A Reich German Radio Listeners (RDR) Membership Badge - "Reichsverband Deutscher Rundfunkteilnehmer eV." Silvered bronze and enamels, marked "GES. GESCH." (Gesetzlich Geschützt) on the reverse, 19.2 mm, horizontal pinback, intact enamels, extremely...
An Edelweiss Badge by Gustav Brehmer - In zinc, with a gilt centrepiece, four holes for uniform attachment, marked on reverse G.B.44, very fine.
A Late War Luftwaffe Combined Pilot & Observer's Badge - In zinc alloy, weighing 33.81 grams, an unmarked example with gold wash remaining on wreath, overall fine condition.
An Early War Luftwaffe Observer's Badge by C.E.Juncker - In tombac, silvered wreath and patinated eagle, faint mark of Juncker visible on reverse, pin missing, weighs 49.0 grams, rivets loose, worn condition.
A Late War Luftwaffe Observer's Badge by Paul Meybauer - In zinc, maker marked "PM" (P. Meybauer, Berlin), late War production badge, good very fine.
A Luftwaffe Pilot's Badge by Assmann with Post-War Alteration - In silvered tombac, and early made badge by maker Assmann (A stamped on reverse), in heavily worn condition, pin broken off, catch was repaired, swastika broken off; fair condition.
A 1757 Frederick the Great Battle of Prague Victory Medal - Bronze, designed by Johann Holtzhey, obverse illustrating the right-facing bust of Frederick the Great, wearing armour, surrounded by the inscription in Latin "FRIDERICVS MAGN.D.G.REX BOR...
A German DRK Senior Helper's Service Badge - In silvered bronze and enamels, 35mm, pin back, marked, in very fine condition. Worn by DRK senior female personnel who were on active service; worn as a duty badge on the service uniform.
An HJ Victors Badge in the National Trade Competition by H.Aurich - 2nd. Model, Kreissieger 1939, maker marked H.Aurich, in extremely fine condition.
A German Customs Service Decoration - In bronze, in very fine condition.
A Worn Tropical Luftwaffe Cloth Eagle - Machine embroidered khaki eagle on triangular desert tan cloth, 51mm x 90 mm, in worn condition.
Two Award Documents to the 23rd Pioneer Battalion; West Wall Medal dated 31st March 1940; War Merit Cross with Swords; dated 1 September 1942; both have been stored folded over a period of time, fine condition.
A Memorial Plaque to Konrad Herbst; Sea Rescue Service - All mounted/secured (post-War) on a red fabric and framed, including: Iron Cross 2nd. Class, magnetic, marked 27 on ring; Naval Auxiliary Cruiser War Badge, early fine quality badge in tombac,...
A Fine Kreigsmarine Officer's Breast Eagle - Eagle in gold-coloured bullion, wing extensions and swastika in a thick yellow embroidery, yellow threading giving definition to the wings and body of the eagle insignia, on a navy blue wool field, gra...
A Second War German ID Tag to the Rear Guard Army Group - Ground-found, steel, non-magnetic, stamped "99 R.H.G. / F.P.N. 43625" on both sides of the triple slotted centre, three drill holes, 50.7 mm x 70.5 mm, surface rust and bubbling, fine.
Five Medals & Awards Recovered from the Zimmermann Factory - Recovered from the bombed out Zimmermann factory. Austria: Iron Merit Cross (war materials, 36 mm x 40.8 mm, with ring); Austria: Wounded Medal (war materials, measuring 38.2 mm, undulated...
A Pour-le-Merite in Gold to the Duke of Teschen by A.E.Kochert; In Gold and enamels, 50.61mmx49.70mm, weighs 27.1 grams, unmarked, but with typical features of Viennese maker "A.E. Kochert" - hand chiseled and very large, almost three-dimensional ea...
A WWII NSFK National Socialist Flyers Corps Collar Tab Pair - (Nationalsozialistisches Fliegerkorps) Steel-blue wool base, trimmed in silver bullion wire on all four sides, silvered solid aluminum NSFK insignia on both, held in place via two...
A Bronze Grade Sports Badge by Fechler - In bronze, well marked on reverse, near extremely fine.
A Bronze Grade SA Defense Badge -Magnetic, silvered, fine.
A Bronze Grade SA Badge for the War Wounded - In bronzed zinc, maker marked 'M1-100' on reverse, measures 60 x 46mm, pin back, fine condition.
A Silver Grade SA Defense Badge - Magnetic, silvered, very fine.
A Second War German Police Sleeve Badge - Green and black embroidery on two-toned bluish-gray wool, 75 mm x 93 mm, extremely fine.
A Gold Grade DRL Sport Badge by Wernstein Jena - 3rd Model ; Bronze with a gold wash, marked "D.R.G.M. 35269" and maker marked "WERNSTEIN JENA" on the reverse, 38.7 mm x 48 mm, vertical pinback, near mint.
A Second War German Police Sleeve Eagle - Green and black embroidery on two-toned bluish-gray wool, 75 mm x 93 mm, small holes in the wool above the wreath, extremely fine.
A First War German ID Tag to the Pioneer Battalion - Metal, non-magnetic, obverse stamped "Ers.Pi.Batl.12 1.Rekr.D. / Martin Wolf Dresden. Torgauerstr. 32 3. 98" on both sides of the triple slotted centre, reverse stamped "Res.Pi.K.53 Nr. 896" on bo...
Two German Driver Proficiency Badges - Zinc, one is Gold Grade with most of its wash intact, the other is without wash, 39.8 mm x 44 mm each, one of two prongs intact on both, light contact and surface wear, better than very fine.
A DSB Athletics Badge; Cloth Version - Light brown embroidery on black nylon, 47 mm x 47 mm, wear evident along the bottom edge but does not interfere with the integrity of the insignia, extremely fine.
A German Eagle Order by Zimmermann ; Third Class - In bronze gilt and enamels (45mm x 45mm), of very fine quality manufacture, a textbook example, only minor contact to enamels, in slightly worn condition; better than extremely fine.
A Gold Grade German Mother's Cross with Case - In bronze gilt and enamel, with a section of correct replacement ribbon, near mint. With case of issue, marked Richard Sieper & Sohne, with strong catch and hinge, fine condition.
A First War Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914 - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, unmarked, 43.5 mm, dark patina, contact marks on the silver frame of the left obverse arm, bubbling evident below the surface in the black arms, very fine.
A First War Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914 - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker mark is indistinguishable on the ring, 43.5 mm, dark patina, bubbling evident below the surface of the black arms, better than very fine.
A First War Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914 - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, unmarked, 42.8 mm, dark patina, bubbling evident below the surface of the black arms, better than very fine.
A First War Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914; Marked - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, with an asterisk (*) on the ring, 43.3 mm, dark patina, surface wear and scattered rust, loose frame, near very fine.
An Italo-German African Campaign Medal - In bronze, marked "LORIOLI MILANO", with correct replacement ribbon, very fine.
A Bronze Grade SA Defense Badge - maker marked, extremely fine condition.
A Silver Grade SA Defense Badge - magnetic, extremely fine.
A Minesweeper War Badge - In zinc alloy, maker marked "R.S.", good condition.
A Minesweeper War Badge - In tombac, gilded and silvered, catch missing, extensively worn badge, unmarked but of typical C.E. Juncker manufacture; in good condition.
A Minesweeper War Badge - In zinc, maker marked lm (presumably Lind & Meyer, Idar-Oberstein), gilding and silvering nearly completely gone; very scarce maker.
A Coastal Artillery Badge - In zinc, gilding worn off, unmarked but typical badge by maker Foerster & Barth, in fine condition.
A Second War Kriegsmarine Cape Clasp Set - Two brass gilt lion insignias in high relief, 38.3 mm each, 41.7 mm brass support plates on both, one with all six prongs intact on the reverse, the other with five of six prongs intact, one lion insignia w...
An Iron Cross First Class 1939 by Rudolf Wächtler & Lange - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "100" (Rudolf Wächtler & Lange) on the underside of the pin, 44 mm, vertical pinback, evidence of bubbling, surface wear and rust, n...
The Shoulder Boards Pair from the Estate of Generalleutnant Rudolf Schubert, according to seller - Fabricated from a row of silver bullion wire flanked by rows of gold-coloured bullion on either side, in an interlocking weave pattern, each with a si...
A Junghans Aircraft Clock (J30BZ) as used in ME109 - This is a late delivery clock, likely issued to the luftwaffe in between 1942-45. As such it was commonly used in the ME Bf 109. Metal casing with a glass face, weighing 166 grams, main clock grad...
A Luftwaffe Enlisted Man's Belt Buckle; 1st Pattern - Die-stamped aluminum, unmarked, 48 mm x 63.7 mm, very light contact, extremely fine.
A Kriegsmarine Coastal Artillery Badge with Recipient Photographs - In zinc, marked FEC . OTTO PLACZEK . BERLIN and AUSF. C.E. JUNCKER . BERLIN, extremely fine. Accompanied by seventeen photographs of the recipient.
A 1957 Luftwaffe Group to Sgt Georg Claus; Uffz 8/Stuka-Geschw - Post WWII Federal Republic of Germany; official "1957" issues for Veteran's wear. German Cross in Gold, four rivets, silvered tombac, with lacquered cross; Iron Cross, First Class, no...
A Luftwaffe Fallschirmjäger Badge; Cloth Version - With slight soiling and single section missing at 5 o'clock, fine condition.
An SS Members Runic Breast Insignia - In silver wire thread, on field grey cloth, an unissued example, showing same age, in excellent condition. In July of 1943 wear of this type of runic SS breast insignia was extended to all SS personnel serving i...
A Luftwaffe fallschirmjäger Badge; Cloth Version - With slight soiling to wreath, unworn, extremely fine condition.
A First War Iron Cross Second Class 1914 - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, unmarked, 42.5 mm, very dark patina, exhibiting surface wear and light bubbling, better than very fine.
Ten German First War Veteran Awards & Badges - Battle of Leipzig 100th Anniversary Commemorative Medal 1813-1913 (bronze, maker marked "M. & W. ST." on the reverse, obverse illustrating an 1813 Iron Cross, reverse illustrating a branch of oak leaves...
Two German First War Iron Cross Badges - Silvered wreath, enameled cross, 29x29mm, very fine condition; In bronze, enameled, 21x21mm, very fine quality, very fine condition.
Two German First War Iron Cross Badges - Gilded bronze, with thin sheet of gold surrounding cross, enameled, 23mm, excellent quality, extremely fine condition; Gilded bronze, enameled, 29x29mm, excellent quality, unusual shape, extremely fine condi...
A German Imperial Naval Wound Badge; Black Grade - Magnetic, blackened, showing age and wear, with nice old patina, in fine condition.
A War Merit Cross 2nd Class 1939 Document to Grenadier Leutnant; 4 x 20cm, To Leutnant, I./Gren. Rgt.899, fine condition.
An Early and Worn Silver Grade Wound Badge - In silvered tombac, exhibiting extensive period wear, remains fine.
An Iron Cross 2nd Class Award Document to the 333rd Gren.; 14 x 20cm, Dated 27.3.1944, folded, holed, good condition.
A War Merit Cross 1st Class 1939 Document to Munitions Administration; 14 x 20cm, to Hauptmann (W) d.R. Erich Illas Mun.Verq.Kp. 701
An Iron Cross 2nd Class Award Document to the 1st Panzer 1943; 14 x 20cm, to soldier in 1./Pz.Jg.Abt. 23, folded, fine condition.
A Gold Grade DRL Badge; Cloth Version; measuring 6 x 6.3 cm, extremely fine.
An SA Long Service Award for 10 Years Service; Heavy Version in bronzed zinc, very fine overall with period ribbon.
A 1937 German Lifesaving Award in Silver, unmarked, official issue by the Prussian State Mint, very fine quality, 50mm, extremely fine condition, and scarce.
A Bronze Grade SA Defense Badge by Sieper & sohn; Bronze grade, bronzed iron, well marked, very good/fine condition.
A Silver Grade SA Defense Badge by W.Redo; In silvered metal, magnetic, worn, well marked, better than fine.
An NSDAP Long Service Award; 10 Year Service Cross, in solid bronze, 42 mm, very good quality, extremely fine condition.
A Silver Grade German Mother's Cross; In silvered bronze and enamels, with section of original ribbon, worn, near very fine.
A Commemorative Medal 1. October 1938 - In bronze, very fine.
A Silver Grade German Mother's Cross; In silvered bronze and enamels, with long section of ribbon, only very minor enamel loss, very fine.
A Bronze Grade German Mother's Cross; In bronze and enamels, with section of period ribbon, some contact to enamels, otherwise very fine.
A DRK Samaritan's Service Badge - in silvered bronze and enamels, 29mm, pin back, maker marked, small enamel flaking, in fine condition. Worn by DRK female personnel - Samaritans- who were on active service; worn as a duty badge on the service unif...
A Recovered German Social Welfare Organisation Cross; 2nd Class; pin back, vaulted, in gilded tombac and enamels, 52.22x52.08mm, unmarked, extensively worn, harshly cleaned (this cross appears to have been buried), contact marks to enamels due to ...
A German 1938 Ice Hockey Winner Award; Marked "POELLATH SCHROBENHAUSEN" with "DEM SIGER IN DER DEUTSCHEN EISHOCKEY - MEISTERSCHAFT" impressed on reverse, silvered bronze, 88.9 mm in diameter, fine condition.
A Silver Grade Tank Assault Badge by Assmann; In die stamped silvered zinc, marked Assmann on reverse, worn, very fine.
A Second War German Nurses Badge in 800 Silver; Badge in solid silver, marked "Ges. Gesch. 800" and numbered "V 2799" 38mm, extremely fine condition.
An HJ Badge for Snipers by Steinhauer und Lück; In silvered tombac, enameled, maker marked, 25mm, fine quality, very fine.
An HJ Golden Leaders Sports Badge by Gustav Brehmer; In tombac, partially enameled, maker marked RZM M1/101, (Gustav Brehmer, Markneukirchen), worn, numbered 6318, in very fine condition.
A Silver Grade SA Defense Badge by W.Redo; In silvered metal, magnetic, worn, well marked, near very fine.
A 1937-39 German Red Cross Medal with Production Error ; A Red Cross medal in silvered bronze and enamels, but without center eagle/swastika attached (never been attached), likely a factory miss-production, or trial piece.
A Second War German Police Officer's Bullion Sleeve Eagle - In embroidered silver wire thread over field gray wool, swastika in black thread, padded, approximately measures 82x72mm, excellent quality, in very fine condition.
A Gold Grade Wound Badge by Hymmen & Co. Lüdenscheid; In zinc, with gold wash lost, marked L/53 on reverse for Hymmen & Co. Lüdenscheid, near very fine.
A Second War General Assault Badge; In zinc, unmarked example, appears to have been glazed, otherwise near very fine.
A 1936 German Olympic Games Participants Medal; In cast bronze, 7cm width, and very fine.
An Exceptional M15 Cavalry Lobster Tail Pickelhaube - This pickelhaube is an untouched American veteran bring back and was likely unused or at best, used for a very short time. It has a basic three-piece construction: helmet, visor and extended re...
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914 by Zeich, Berlin - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "Z" (Zeich, Berlin) on the ring, 43 mm, dark patina, light contact and surface rust, near very fine.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914 by Königliche Muenzamt - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "K.M." (Königliche Muenzamt, Stuttgart) on the ring, 43.8 mm, dark patina, light contact and surface wear, better than very fine...
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914 by Königliche Muenzamt - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "K.M." (Königliche Muenzamt, Stuttgart) on the ring, 43.3 mm, dark patina, scratches evident in the black on the left reverse ar...
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914; Marked KAG - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "K.A.G." on the ring, 43.3 mm, dark patina, light contact, near extremely fine
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914; Maker Marked V - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, maker marked "V" on the ring, 43 mm, dark patina, light contact, near extremely fine.
A Military Order of Max Joseph to Otto von Stetten; Cavalry Commander;
(Militär-Max-Joseph-Orden), 1806-1922, in Gold and enamels, 30.00mm (x 44.56mm including crown suspension), weighs 7.7 grams (without ribbon), unmarked, of very fine qualit...
A Medal & Award Document Group to the 200th Reserve Panzer Regt. - Iron Cross Second Class, magnetic, silver frame, extremely fine; with award document dated 16.9.44, War Merit Cross with Swords, 2nd Class, bronze, very fine; with award document...
A German 1915 Care for Widows and Orphans Medal - Silver, oval-shaped, weighing 26.3 grams, obverse illustrating the bust of a wing-helmeted female warrior, the date "1915" above, "SIEG=" and "FRIED" on either side of her (Siegfried) and three fleur...
A Second War West Wall Medal & Award Document to the RAD - In bronze, and in pocket of issue, with document dated March 15 1940, printed signature, extremely fine.
A Decoration of the High Command of the H.J.; For Distinguished Foreigners - Badge in bronze, multicolor enamel, without maker mark (as it should be), with 3 rivets on reverse, 31.81mm(width) x 33.71mm(height), weighs 13.6 grams; this is a very sca...
A Mint 1914 Mecklenburg Schwerin War Cross - In gilded bronze, 41mm x 41mm, in extremely fine condition, near mint.
Medal of the Stuttgart Major for the Jubilee-Flight on the occassion of the Cannstatter Wasen 1911-1936 - Zinc bronzed, 60 mm, 100,4 g, very fine.
A Luftwaffe Radio Operator & Air Gunner Badge by JMME - In silvered tombac, marked on reverse "JMME & SOHN BERLIN", nice old patina, in slightly worn condition, nice example.
A Prussian Order of the Crown in Gold; Commander's- in Gold and enamels, bottom arm marked W (for Wagner), 52mm x 52mm, on full-length neck ribbon, in extremely fine condition.
A First War German Imperial Submarine Badge - In gilded tombac, unmarked, 49.85x48.85mm, solid, unmarked, very fine quality, very fine condition.
A Princely Reuss Honor Cross; First Class in Gold - Of the highest quality in gold and enamels, 50.5x55.5mm, unmarked, of very fine quality manufacture, on lovely short neck ribbon as worn, nice old patina, near mint condition. Scarce.
A Seldomly Awarded Lippe Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords - 1914-18; in silver gilt and enamels, 63.4x72,7mm, 51 grams, unmarked (sole maker was C.F. Zimmermann), of superb quality manufacture, enamels without imperfections, with short length of ...
A Bavarian House Knightly Order of St. Hubert by Rothe - Breast Star (this Order comes in one class only), in silver, center applique in silver gilt and enamels, by Rothe, Wien, of very fine quality manufacture, 94.4mm, circa 1900, extremely fine.
A Saxon Order of Albert to the Commander of the 234th Infantry Division - Awarded to Generalleutnant Karl von Stumpff, Commander of the 234th Infantry Division and Pour-le-Merite recipient: Second Class set of insignia with Swords, comprising, neck...
A Military and Civil Merit Order of Nassau; Commanders Cross with Swords - (1858-1866) In gold and enamels (swords in silver), 45.5mm (x72.3mm including crown suspension), of very fine quality manufacture, unmarked, circa 1860, one enamel flake o...
An Order of the Golden Flame Attributed to the Chancellor of Germany - Breast Star, in silver, center appliqu in gold, with center motto set with old cut genuine diamonds, 83mm, by Godet, Berlin (makers cartouche on reverse missing), of superb qua...
A First War Gold Grade Wound Badge; Cut Out Version - In die stamped gilded metal, in virtually mint condition.
A 1936 Berlin Summer Olympic Games Medal - In silvered iron (magnetic), 37mm, in very fine condition.
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