A Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet Badge by Schwerin, Berlin; In tombac, gilded and patinated, maker marked "FEC. ADOLF BOCK AUSF. SCHWERIN BERLIN", of excellent quality, textbook example, worn, in very fine condition.
A Bronze Grade Close Combat Clasp; in zinc, unmarked slightly vaulted; with magnetic plate, hardly worn, retaining nearly all of its original finish, in extremely fine condition; a very good example.
An SS Members Runic Breast Insignia; In silver wire thread, on field grey cloth, an unissued example, showing same age, in very fine condition. In July of 1943 wear of this type of runic SS breast insignia was extended to all SS personnel serving ...
A Mint SS Visor Cap Eagle by "RZM M1/8" - in die stamped metal (silvered cupal), unworn, excellent silvering, in mint condition; top quality and condition, a cap badge that would be hard to upgrade.
An SS-Gebirgstruppen Cap Edelweiss; This was worn by members of the SS Gebirgstruppen (Mountain Troops), stitched on side of a cap; constructed of black cloth with silver/grey machine embroidered edelweiss with yellow stamen; unworn example, in mint...
An Albanian SS Volunteer Sleeve Shield; Traditional Albanian two-headed eagle in black machine embroidery on red shield, superimposed on the black shield, extremely fine.
A Pair of Kriegsmarine Kapitänleutnant’s Shoulder Boards; constructed of shiny silver Russian braiding with two gilt rank pips, with a Asclepian Cypher (an intertwined serpent) in between the pips; all mounted on dark blue wool backing; a nic...
A Kriegsmarine Officer’s Tunic Eagle in Bullion; constructed of gilded bullion wire, on dark blue wool backing, excellent quality, approximately 95mm (or 3 ¾ inches) wing tip to wingtip, in extremely fine condition; a top quality example.
A Luftwaffe Air Gunner Badge (without Lightning) by W. Deumer; in zinc, wreath silvered, maker marked W. Deumer on reverse, with rectangular plate under the catch (usually here we see a round plate, but this was War time replaced); in very fine condi...
An Early Cased First Class War Merit Cross with Swords - in silvered tombac, unmarked, in case of issue (push button working well, a fine early quality case).
A DLRG Patch - With bright blue, green and black colours, slight soiling, near extremely fine.
A Silver Grade Infantry Badge - In zinc alloy, very fine condition.
A Recovered Olympic Games Decoration 1936; First Class - A unfinished first strike recovered from the Zimmermann Factory, in bronze; Footnote: Zimmermann was a well known German manufacturer of a great variety of awards, German and Internationa...
A Silver Grade Infantry Badge - In zinc alloy, very fine condition.
A Condor Legion Wound Badge; Black Grade - Black grade, non magnetic, worn, very fine.
A Luftwaffe Geschwader Boelcke Officer's Cufftitle - Machine embroidered, in silver bullion, centering Gothic style script “Geschwader Boelcke”, on dark blue woven wool; as removed from uniform, of good quality, worn example, showing age and wea...
A Uniform Removed Luftwaffe Afrika Cufftitle - In dark blue felt backing, with the word Afrika in a block script, machine embroidered in a silvery-grey cotton thread, mint condition. This cufftitle was instituted on March 6, 1942 and was authoriz...
A Uniform Removed Kreta Campaign Cufftitle - Yellow embroidery on white cotton, approx. 30 cm (12 inches) in length, battle-worn example, and tunic removed, with obvious signs of wear, in fine condition.
A Mint Luftwaffe Radio Operator Badge in Aluminum by Assmann - Two-piece construction, aluminum, dark gray eagle on a silvered wreath base, marked with the stylized F.W. Assmann & Söhne, Lüdenscheid "A" and "D.R.G.M." (Deutsches Reichsgebrauchsmus...
A 66th Magdeburg Infantry Regiment Army Etched Bayonet - Measuring 402 mm, with the scabbard on, this dagger features a 251 mm nickel-plated steel blade, magnetic, with unsharpened edges, remaining relatively bright and crisp, having a sharp tip, w...
A Krim Campaign Shield - Non magnetic, in bronzed zinc alloy, worn, missing prongs, remains in good condition.
A Large Second War Army Machine Gunner Plaque - Silvered die-stamped zinc, illustrating a right-facing Army (Heer) soldier lying on his stomach on the ground, a machine gun in his right hand, 113 mm x 170 mm, mounted to a rectangular black-painted w...
A First War Army (Heer) Soldier Plaque by "Matthias Müller - Silvered die-stamped metal, illustrating the right-facing bust of an Army (Heer) soldier, 132 mm x 183 mm, mounted to an oval black-painted wooden base via a nut and bolt combination, "...
A Shooting Down Award for Luftwaffe Air Belgium-Northern France District - Two red cotton fields sewn back-to-back, screen-printed on both sides with the Luftwaffe eagle insignia in black, positioned in the tail smoke of a downed white aircraft, bla...
An Army Supply Service Grain/Potato Sack 1943 - This bag is fabricated from Hessian (called Burlap in North America), a woven fabric usually made from skin of the jute plant or sisal fibres or may be combined with other vegetable fibres, stitched ...
An RAD (Reichsarbeitsdienst) Wool Blanket - Fabricated from light chocolate brown wool, large dark brown embroidered lettering "R A D" across the centre, nine white elastic loops sewn in place near the bottom edge with a white embroidered cup-shape...
The Pour-le-Merite Funeral Sashes of Generalleutnant Karl von Stumpff - Given to the Pour-le-Merite Comradeship to the late Generalleutnant Karl von Stumpff, Commander of the 234th Infantry Division and Pour-le-Merite recipient: first sash in black ...
A National Socialist Women's Organization Members Badge - In silvered metal, enameled, 30mm x 30mm, Ortsgruppe (blue border), maker marked, in very fine condition.
An RAD Reich Labor Service Plaque - In bronze 83.3 x 115.3mm, extremely fine.
A German Imperial Shooting Badge - in gilded and enameled bronze, 30x44mm, very fine quality, very fine condition.
A Limbach Council District Tropical Gau Badge - Die-stamped brass with green enamels, lacquered, unmarked, 34.8 mm x 40 mm, horizontal pinback, oxidation spot near the swastika, scattered enamel wear, light contact, very fine. Scarce.
A 1916 First War German Gold for Iron Medal - In blackened iron with silvered frame, very fine.
A Bavarian Maximilian Herzog Medal - In die struck bronze, 36mm, very fine.
A Large 1936 N.S.K.O.V Tinnie - In hard plastic, very fine.
A Recovered Dutch NSKK Badge - As given to members of the Dutch NSKK. The badge is of die pressed metal with a copper finish applied, 47x52mm, pin is missing/broken off, this badge was buried, thus in poor condition; very scarce to find with very f...
Two Miniature HJ Proficiency Badges - Silver and bronze grades, 22x13mm, silver has been repaired on reverse, bronze is RZM marked, fine.
A 1933 Gau- München Badge - In bronze, unmarked, with a pin period repaired on reverse, otherwise very fine.
A West Wall Medal - In bronze, with correct replacement ribbon, extremely fine.
A Recovered Silver Grade Wound Badge - In silvered zinc, unmarked, exhibiting loss and wear, fair.
A 1936 HJ Shot Put Sportsfest Tinnie - Stamped silvered brass, 40mm, very fine condition.
Two Second War German Cap Eagles - 1934 Pattern & Second Pattern 1939 eagle, both worn and unmarked, fine.
A German Water Protection Police Buckle - In aluminum, unmarked, excellent quality, extremely fine condition.
An NSDAP Membership Badge by Werner Redo; Silvered bronze with red, white and black enamels, marked with the RZM Reichszeugmeisterei insignia and maker marked "M1/100" (Werner Redo, Saarlautern) on the reverse, 23.3 mm, horizontal pinback, intact en...
A German Imperial Landwehr Cross Medal Bar; Landwehr Cross (bronze, maker marked "MÜNDENER FAHNENFABRIK OTTO TRIBIAN HANN. MÜNDEN" on the reverse, 35 mm); Wilhelm I Centenary Medal 1797-1897 (bronze, 40 mm); and War Aid Merit Cross (war materials,...
A 1803-1903 King's Lancers at Hanover Medal; Aluminum, obverse illustrating the left-facing bust of Kaiser Wilhelm II, inscribed "WILH. II DEUTSCHER" at the left and "KAISER Kg. v. Pr." at the right, reverse illustrating the shields of Prussia and S...
A German Mother's Cross; Bronze Grade - Two-piece construction, bronze and enamels, intact enamels, light contact, with short section of ribbon, extremely fine.
A Black Grade Wound Badge; Legion Condor - In die stamped tombac, worn, black lacquer nearly completely worn, good condition.
An Infantry Assault Badge; Silver Grade in zinc alloy (feinzink), unmarked, good details, fine.
A Gold Grade Wound Badge by Fritz Zimmermann in zinc, gilded, semi-hollow, "L/24" maker marked, good condition; scarce version.
A Tank Assault Badge; Silver Grade; In solid zinc, silver wash is gone, good details, in worn, good condition.
Seven Second War Period German Tinnies; In aluminum, zinc, and tin, from good to extremely fine.
A Black Grade Wound Badge by Friederich Orth; In blackened metal, of distinctive Austrian manufacture, marked L/14 for Friederich Orth, showing wear, good condition.
A Luftwaffe Honor Plaque for Finnish Air District 1943 version. Plaque in bronzed iron, numbered " 459" on reverse, 117x165mm slight surface oxidation yet very fine.
A Loop to the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross by Klein & Quenzer - Measuring 20.42 mm in length; 7.84 mm in width; wire diameter of 1.43mm and weight of 1.4 grams; marked 800 silver, and maker marked 65 for Klein & Quenzer, a worné used loop in e...
An SA Enlisted Man’s Belt Buckle - in stamped brass, single-piece construction buckle, unmarked, in very fine condition
A Pair of Gau Level Tabs 1939-1945; RZM Tagged - (metal device on top of the tabs never been applied), in mint condition.
An Early SS EM Belt Buckle by Overhoff & Cie- Fine looking early nickel SS enlisted man's belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch.", slightly worn, crisp details, nice old patina, good very fine; these early examples are getting hard to find, nice example...
SA/Political 1939 Cap Eagle by "RZM M1/167" - in die stamped silvered aluminum, 64.5mm wingspan, marked for Augustin Hicke, Tyssa b. Bodenbach, in extremely fine condition.
A German South Africa Campaign Medal for Combatants - Bronze gilt, engraver marked "SCHULTZ", 32.7 mm, scattered gilt wear, extremely fine.
A German Imperial China Campaign Medal for Non-Combatants - Silvered steel, magnetic, 32.5 mm, scattered crazing in the silvering on both sides, near extremely fine.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914 - Silver frame, with iron core, magnetic, unmarked, 42.5 mm, dark patina, extremely fine.
A First War Iron Cross 1st Class 1914 Stickpin - Silvered bronze with black enamels, vaulted, unmarked, 16.2 mm, on a 50.5 mm pin, intact enamels, light contact and surface wear, better than very fine.
A German Mother's Cross; Silver Grade - Two-piece construction, silvered bronze and enamels, 35 mm x 42.7 mm, intact enamels, light contact, extremely fine.
A German Mother's Cross; Gold Grade - In bronze with gilt and enamels, 36.2 mm x 42.8 mm, intact enamels, light contact, extremely fine.
A Wehrmacht Coastal Artillery Breast Eagle - Measuring 50.4 x 130mm, mint.
A Reich Air Protection Association Membership Plaque - RLB plaque in die stamped bronze, measuring 72mm in diameter, extremely fine.
A Political Cap Eagle; RZM Marked - Maker marked, 65mm wide, very fine.
An Award Document Grouping to Minesweeper Machinist - Document for minesweeper-war badge; printed form in size DIN 5 with facing the badge, signed at 11th. december 1941, original-signature leader of 2rd. Sicherungsdivision, Kapitän zur See Heinric...
Lot of six large Commemorative Stahlhelm Badges, Federal Republic, in near mint condition.
A Wehrmacht Army Russian Volunteer Shield - Machine embroidered "POA" Foreign Volunteer Shield as worn by Russians in the Wehrmacht on green backing, unworn example.
A Kriegsmarine EM/NCO Tropical Breast Eagle - Machine woven breast eagle in golden yellow (rayon threads) on a tan rayon base; eagles wingspan is approximately 80mm from wing tip to wing tip, in unissued condition.
A DAF Belt Buckle - Aluminum, unmarked, in near mint condition.
An RLB Enlisted Belt Buckle - In nickel silver, unmarked, in slightly worn condition.
A 1901 Prussian Commemorative Medal - In bronze, 55mm, very fine.
Six First War Period German Miniature Medals & Awards - Of good period quality (for chain mounting), approximately 16-17mm in diameter, cleaned, very good quality, very fine.
An EM Police Belt Buckle - In silvered aluminum, unmarked, very fine.
An NSFK 1939 Fliegerkorps Table Medal - In blackened zinc, 81mm, dated 1939, very fine.
A Rare Knight’s Cross Group of Document’s & Photos, to a Schnellboot Commander Oberleutnant zur See Karl Ehrhard Karcher, one of only 23 SchnellbootKnight’s Cross’s Winners; original award document for Destroyer War Badge (17.1.1941), wit...
An Italian SS Volunteer Sleeve Shield - In red, yellow threading on black shield, unworn example.
A Pair of Army Armored Units Officer’s Collar Tabs - Constructed of silver wire, with Armored Units Waffenfarbe in the center, on top of green fabric, with standard buckram backing, in very fine condition.
A Pair of Army Reconnaissance Officer’s Collar Tabs - Constructed of silver wire, with Recon Waffenfarbe in the center, on top of green fabric, with standard buckram backing, in very fine condition.
A rare Schutzstaffel Obergruppenfuhrer (Heer, equivalent rank of a General) shoulder board set; boards are constructed of golden and silver intertwined gold and silver flat wires, with two rank pips on each board, superimposed on grey fabric; of exce...
A Pair of Kreis Hauptabschnittsleiter Tabs; RZM Tagged - Kreis Hauptabschnittsleiter; last pattern (1939-1945), gilded metal devices superimposed on top of dark brown doeskin, in near mint condition; one tab with RZM label on reevrse.
A German Red Cross Belt Buckle by Overhoff & Cie - Die-stamped aluminum, silvered, maker marked "OLC" (Overhoff & Cie, Ludenscheid) and marked "GES. GESCH." on the reverse, 48.2 mm x 64.6 mm x 17.7 mm, near mint.
A German Red Cross Senior Helper's Badge - Type III - Silvered metal and enamels, marked "GES. GESCH." on the reverse, 35 mm, intact enamels, light contact, gilt wear on the reverse, near extremely fine.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1914 - With a toned silver frame, iron core (magnetic), marked on ring (cannot decipher), correct replacement ribbon, very fine.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1939 - With a frosted silver frame, iron core, magnetic, original ribbon, near mint.
An extensive set of award documents to Luftwaffe Ace Eduard Lindinger who received both the Knight's Cross and Luftwaffe Honor Goblet in 1942. Born in January 17th, 1915 in Sattlern/Bavaria, Germany; Lindinger, while flying with Kampfgeschwader 1...
A German Social Welfare Decoration; First Class Cross - In bronze gilt, 52.50mm(w) x 57.60mm(h); cross is unmarked, but this is a textbook example manufactured by Godet, Berlin; this cross has been either recovered from a ground or was badly stored ...
Offered is an excellent example of a Knights Cross of the Iron Cross 1939 by Steinhauer & Luck; A-Type Micro 800; With magnetic core, frosted silver frame marked 800 on reverse top arm; Exhibiting the manufacturing characteristics and die flaws of...
A Prussian Order of the Crown 1867-1918; 4th Class with Swords - In silver gilt and enamels, swords in Gold (screwed in as they should be, not soldered on), measures 43mm x 47mm, bottom arm marked “W” (for Wagner, Berlin); enamels without ch...
A Luftwaffe Fallschirmjäger Badge by Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid - wreath in patinated zinc, eagle in gilded brass, unmarked by exhibiting the characteristics of FLL (Friedrich Linden, Lüdenscheid), so called Type B badge, badge weighs 38.3...
An Iron Cross First Class 1939 with Case - With a toned silver frame, and iron core (magnetic), pinback, unmarked, flat, extremely fine condition; in black LDO case, so called half-etui (without push button).
A Mint Luftwaffe Air Gunner's & F/E Badge by Juncker with Case - in tombac, silvered wreath and patinated eagle, fine early quality, weighs 33.4 grams, maker marked "C.E. Juncker Berlin SW.", very good quality, badge retains nearly 100% of original ...
An Early Luftwaffe Paratrooper Badge by W. Deumer - so called second pattern (type B), with brass eagle, wreath in nickel silver, and it weighs 39.7 grams; stamped with maker’s mark on reverse, textbook example, with nice old patina, worn, in v...
A Pair SS-Hauptsturmführer (Signals) Shoulder Boards - A pair of sew on shoulder boards of matte silver/aluminum Russian braid, with two gilt rank pips, and lemon-yellow wool waffenfarbe on a black wool base; in worn condition; worn by the SS-Haupt...
A German Red Cross Decoration Type II (1934-1937) - First Class neck cross, in bronze gilt and enamels, 52.65mm(w) x 57.4mm(h), loop marked Gebr. Godet & Co. Berlin, enamels without chipping, in extremely fine condition; with original, short length ...
An Early Luftwaffe Paratrooper Badge by Assmann - In gilded tombac, wreath in nickel silver (referred often as type E by this maker); badge weighs 36.1 grams, with maker’s logo stamped on reverse, in worn condition.
A First War German Imperial Naval Submarine Badge - In gilded tombac, solid, unmarked, 49.0mm x 47.0mm, of good quality manufacture, with most of the gilding preserved, in extremely fine condition.
Two Wehrmacht EM & Officers Breast Eagles - Wehrmacht, Army, lot of 2 Breast Eagles, for EM and Officers, both in worn condition.
A First War Prussian Observers Badge for Officers; Prinzen Size - In silvered brass, enameled center, 32.3mm x 48.4mm, weighs 7.7. grams, without maker’s mark, with two holes for attachment (to be sewn on), cross on top of the crown is missing, da...
A Second Class War Cross with Swords - Bronze gilt, 49.2 mm, original ribbon, oxidation spots on both sides, better than very fine.
A Bronze Grade Tank Assault Badge by Karl Wurster - in feinzink, solid, by maker Wurster, marked on reverse KWM within circle (Karl Wurster, Markneukirchen); badge shows wear, bronze wash is gone, otherwise in very fine condition.
An Order of the German Eagle; Silver Merit Medal - Gothic script, in solid silver, rim impressed by hallmark of the official State Mint: (835 PR. MUNZE BERLIN); excellent quality, original ribbon, in extremely fine condition.
A Silver Grade Tank Assault Badge by A.S. - in silvered zinc, semi hollow version, slightly worn, in very fine condition.
A Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet Badge by Schwerin, Berlin - in zinc alloy, by maker Schwerin Berlin, gilding on wreath mostly worn off, in very good condition.
A 1905-18 Saxon Exemplary Work Service Medal - Friedrich August III, in silver, 28mm, in extremely fine condition.
A BDM Membership Badge; RZM Marked - In bronze grade (bronze), maker marked RZM M1/15, numbered on reverse, catch broken off, otherwise in fine condition.
A Silver Grade HJ Proficiency Badge by Karl Wurster - RZM and maker marked M1/34, in very fine condition.
An NSDAP Long Service Award for 15 Years Service - in silvered bronze and enamels, excellent quality enamels, unmarked, in extremely fine condition.
A Wehrmacht Long Service Medal for 12 Years of Service - in gilded tombac, 30.5mm, near mint condition.
An NSDAP Political Leader's Belt Buckle by Friedrich Linden - In die struck in gilded aluminum, marked with the RZM mark and with maker’s mark "M4/24" for Friedrich Linden on the reverse, only minor contact marks and gilt wear, in extremely fine ...
A Bavarian Silver Military Merit Medal - 35mm, virtually mint condition, beautiful old patina, superb example.
A Early Pair of NSDAP Collar Tabs - metal insignia superimposed on (faded) red doeskin, with standard buckram backing; in well worn condition.
A Silver Grade Wound Badge - in silvered tombac, unmarked, dark toned, near mint condition.
A Mint Iron Class Second Class 1939 by Wilhelm Deumer - With a frosted silver frame, iron core, magnetic, maker marked 3 (Wilhelm Deumer) on the ring, original ribbon, mint.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1939; Round Three Version - With toned silver frame, iron core, magnetic, with round three, original ribbon, better than extremely fine.
An Iron Class Second Class 1939 by Rudolf Souval - With a toned silver frame, iron core, magnetic, maker marked "98" (Rudolf Souval) on the ring, original ribbon, better than extremely fine.
An Iron Class Second Class 1939 by Juncker - An early cross that demonstrates all the manufacturing characteristics of Juncker production with silver frame, iron core, magnetic, original ribbon, better than extremely fine.
An Iron Class Second Class 1939 by Berg & Nolte - Silver frame, iron core, magnetic, maker marked "40" (Berg & Nolte ) on the ring, original ribbon, near mint.
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