A Commemorative Medal 1. October 1939 - In bronze, with original ribbon and pin, very fine.
A Second War Iron Cross 2nd Class 1939 by S & L - With silver frame and iron core (magnetic), marked 4 on the ring, better than extremely fine.
A Second War Iron Cross First Class 1939 - Magnetic/iron core, flat, unmarked, with silver frame, a worn cross, very fine
A Silver Grade Wound Badge; Tombac - In tombac, unmarked, vertical pinback, very fine.
A Commemorative Medal 13 March 1938 - In silvered bronze, 32mm, with period ribbon, in very fine condition.
A 1936 Gau-Tag Badge - In aluminum, unmarked, 52mm, extremely fine.
War Merit Cross 1st Class by Steinhauer & Lück - In silvered zinc, marked 4 on the pin (for Steinhauer & Lück, Lüdenscheid), in worn condition yet better than very fine.
A Silver Grade Infantry Assault Badge - In silvered zinc, unmarked, extremely fine.
A Gold Grade Ostvolk Decoration; First Class by 100 - In silvered zinc, 50mm, marked 100 on pin, in very fine condition
A First War Imperial Medal Bar with Turkish Order of Osmania - Iron Cross Second Class 1914, silver frame, iron core (magnetic); Royal House Order of Hohenzollern, Knights Cross with Swords - Silver gilt & enamels, hallmarked 938 FR on lower arm, no...
A Cased Iron Cross First Class 1939 by Otto Schickle; With a Magnetic/iron core and silver frame, flat, makers mark L/15 on pin (Otto Schickle, Pforzheim), a worn cross, near extremely fine. In case of issue, extremely fine.
An Early War Luftwaffe Flak Badge –in silvered nickel-silver (Neusilber), unmarked, with ball hinge (possibly Adolf Scholze, as identical reverse set up is found on AS marked minesweeper badge); of very fine quality manufacture, slightly worn, exc...
An RZM Marked DJ Shooting Badge - In silvered/enameled tombac, 21mm, maker marked, in extremely fine condition.
A Gold Grade Wound Badge by Hauptmunzamt of Vienna- In tombac, gilded, marked "30", fine early quality, very fine.
A Luftwaffe Flak Badge by Juncker - In silvered nickel, of fine early war quality, well marked by Juncker, in better than very fine condition.
An Early Minesweeper War Badge by Schwerin - In tombac, early fine quality, well marked, period vaulted (likely done during war), very fine.
An Iron Cross First Class 1939 by Godet - Silver frame with iron core (magnetic), marked L/50 below catch, a worn cross, very fine.
A Ostvolk Decoration For Service; Gold Grade with Case - A fine example in gilded zinc alloy with 95% gilt present, contained in its original case of issue, better than extremely fine overall.
A First Class German Police Long Service Cross - In gilded tombac, with ribbon and trace amounts of residue on reverse, better than extremely fine., in case of issue (case with stains, good/fine condition.)
A Mint War Merit Cross; First Class with Deschler Case - A mint conditioned cross, unmarked, in silvered tombac, untouched; contained within the original case of issue, marked Deschler & Sohn, Munchen, better than extremely fine.
The Order of the German Eagle by Godet of Berlin; Second Class - In silver gilt and enamels, slightly vaulted, 48.9mm(width) x 49.5mm(height), pin back, pin marked "900" and “21” (for Godet, Berlin), worn with pleasing patina, extremely fine. Wi...
The Order of the German Eagle by Godet ; Second Class set of insignia, Cross with the Star: Cross in silver gilt with perfect enamels, 50 x 57mm, better than extremely fine; with full length of original neck ribbon; Star also in silver with flawless ...
A Cased German Eagle Order with Swords; Third Class - (Breast cross), in silver gilt and enamels (45mm x 45mm), of very fine quality manufacture, Marked T on ball suspender, Berlin; a textbook example, enamels intact without chipping, in slightly wo...
An SS-FM Membership Badge - In silvered bronze, enameled, maker marked and numbered D63853, 19.46x15.08mm, very fine.
An early nickel SS Enlisted Man's/Non-Commissioned Officer's Belt buckle by "O & C ges. gesch." Worn example with minor nicks and contact marks, with good looking patina; in very fine condition. Design of this belt buckle first appeared probably arou...
A Rare Short Range Night Fighter Clasp by "S & L" - Fighters Pilots with Hanger "400"; clasp and hanger in gilded zinc, center blackened, typical War time production clasp by "S & L", with notches in the arrow, clasp retains over 95% of original fin...
An Early Pilots Badge by Juncker - Very good early quality badge in tombac, silvered wreath, burnished eagle, marked on reverse C.E.JUNCKER BERLIN SW, very good early quality, heavy badge, weighs 44.6 grams, very good details, nice original patina, ...
A Pilot's Badge by Juncker - in silvered tombac, silvered wreath and patinated eagle, marked on reverse C.E.JUNCKER BERLIN SW. Very fine early quality badge with fine details, nice original patina, weighs 45.1 grams, in extremely fine condition; i...
Ground Assault Badge - In zinc alloy, unmarked, very good quality, nearly extremely fine condition.
IX/60 Scharführer TeNo Collar Tabs & Shoulder Board Insignia - Two Collar Tabs (right hand unit collar tab has five gilt aluminum insignia, forming an "IX" above and a "60" below, separated by a horizontal rule, on a black wool base, trimmed in a...
Reichsbahn Shoulder Board (Epaulette) Pair; Pay Groups 12 & 13 - Four rows of gold-coloured threading interlaced with navy blue threading in a u-shape, the inner two rows dominated by the navy blue threading, the outer two rows dominated by the gold...
Reichsbahn Shoulder Board (Epaulette) Pair; Pay Group 6 - Four rows of gold-coloured threading interlaced with navy blue threading in a u-shape, the threading in chevron formation, two gilt aluminum pips and a buttonhole slot on each, red wool backe...
A Reichsbahn Insignia Set; First Pattern - Pay Groups 9 and 9a c. 1936 - Collar Tab Pair (gilt aluminum winged-wheel Reichsbahn cypher on black felt uppers, trimmed in red wool, burlap backers, 31 mm x 85.5 mm and 31.5 mm x 87 mm respectively); and ...
An Imperial Bavarian Group of Four - Mounted as originally worn German style, comprising: Prussia: Iron Cross, 1914, 2. class, magnetic; Bavaria, Military-Merit-Order, 4th class with swords, in silver and enamels, Gold & enamel center (no chipping t...
A Scarce Order of the Griffin with Crown Suspension; Knights Cross - in silver gilt and enamels, 43.25 (x57.6mm including crown suspension), unmarked, of very fine quality manufacture, in extremely fine condition; a very scarce award.
A Silver Grade Infantry Badge - In zinc, non-magnetic, unworn and therefore better than extremely fine.
A Second War German Army Long Service Medal; 4 Years - Mounted as worn, in silvered metal, very fine.
A Iron Cross First Class 1939 - Magnetic core, flat, unmarked, with toned silver frame, worn, extremely fine.
An Enlisted Police Belt Buckle; Marked - In silvered aluminum, marked RS&S, in extremely fine condition.
A 1914-1918 Lippe-Detmold War Merit Cross; Second Class - (Merit Cross for Courage) - In bronze gilt (1914-1918),of fine quality manufacture, in better than extremely fine condition.
A Saxe-Meiningen First War Service Medal 1915-18 - In bronze gilt, correct replacement ribbon, extremely fine.
An Second War German Army Long Service Medal; 4 Years - Mounted as worn, in silvered metal, very fine.
A RZM Marked HJ Members Belt Buckle - Die stamped steel buckle (magnetic), centering an embossed HJ National eagle; marked RZM KH4; near very fine condition.
An Second War German Army Long Service Medal; 12 Years - Mounted as worn, in gilded tombac, near mint condition.
A First Class War Merit Cross with Swords by Otto Schickle - an excellent example of silvered zinc, marked L15 on pin, with near complete silver finish, in near mint condition; in black case of issue (case extremely fine)
A Iron Cross First Class 1939 by Friedrich Orth - Iron core/magnetic, flat, marked 15 on pin, worn with some tarnish of silver frame, very fine.
A Second War General Assault Badge by F.o. - In silvered zinc, marked F.o., extremely fine
A Silver Grade Infantry Badge by S.H.u.C.o. - In zinc, non-magnetic, well marked S.H.u.C.o. 41, extremely fine.
1914 Friedrich August Cross; First Class - In blackened iron, 45x45mm, vaulted, worn award and stands in near very fine condition.
An 1870 Iron Cross Second Class with 25 Years Jubilee Spange -Magnetic centre with silver frame, 42mm x 42mm, of very fine quality manufacture with nice detailing, pleasing patina, and no cracking to the core; 25 Years Jubilee Spange, in silver, of f...
A WWI Bavarian Pilots Badge by Karl Pöllath - In silver, hollow center, reverse marked KARLPÖLLATH SCHROBENHAUSEN SILBER, in three lines: excellent quality with nice old patina, badge showing signs of wear yet stands in better than very fine condit...
Inhaber-Eagle Order of Hohenzollern - In silver, center enameled, 34xmm35mm, unmarked, very fine quality make, extremely fine.
Waffen SS EM/NCO's Steel Belt Buckle by RODO - magnetic buckle, in die pressed steel, in field-gray finish, marked RODO on reverse; in worn condition.
A Bavarian Military Sanitation Order (Militär-Sanitäts-Orden), Second Class, in silver and enamels, center in Gold, 43.0mm x 47.3mm, marked between the arm G.H. 950 (for Gebrüder Hemmerle, Munich), with original ribbon, in slightly worn condition...
Tank Badge - Sliver Grade, by maker Aurich, in zinc, silvered, appears unworn, badge retains near 100% of original finish, virtually in mint condition.
A Scarce German Cross in Silver by Zimmermann - Marked 20 underneath pin (for maker Zimmermann), 63.12mm x 63.06mm, weighs 44.5 grams, unworn example, textbox example, in mint condition.
Lippe-Detmold War Merit Cross; First Class - (Merit Cross for Courage) - In bronze gilt (1914-1918), 46mm x 46mm, unmarked, of fine quality manufacture, in very fine condition.
A Honour Goblet Award Document to a reconnaissance pilot - To Oberleutnant for his personal bravery and success as a reconnaissance pilot, on 23.7.1943, original signature of Generaloberst Bruno Loerzer. Very fine condition.
A Prussian Order of the Crown - Medal of the Order in bronze gilt, 25mm, extremely fine.
A First War German Wound Badge; Gold Grade - in die stamped gilded metal, near extremely fine.
1833 Bavarian Auxiliary Corps Cross - in bronze, 32.55 x 32.7 mm, unmarked, struck in iron/magnetic, very fine condition.
Army Officer's Edelweiss Arm Badge - hand embroidered in bullion wire, on slightly faded green wool, measures approx. 55mm(width) x 70mm(height), excellent quality, in worn condition.
Two Second War German Merit Awards - War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords (gilt bronze, 48.7 mm); and War Merit Medal (bronze gilt, 32.2 mm). Unmounted, light contact and surface residue on the Medal, together, better than very fine.
Ostvolk Decoration for Bravery on the Eastern Front; 2nd Class - Silvered zinc, light contact, little silvering remaining, otherwise better than very fine.
A Bronze Grade Tank Badge - In zinc alloy, maker marked, extremely fine.
A First War German U-Boot Badge - in solid bronze, marked on reverse WALTER SCHOTT . FEC. , with excellent details, in extremely fine condition.
A Silver Grade Infantry Badge - magnetic, die stamped, silvered, very fine.
A Luftwaffe Issue Krim Shield - On grey Luftwaffe backing, magnetic, unissued, nearly mint condition.
A German Imperial Regimental Artillery Commemorative Cross - Of the Formed Germany Army; Bronze gilt, 39.5 mm, crown and crossed cannons clasps separated by a clasp inscribed "K.B.3.FELD-ART.RGT." on its original framed ribbon suspension, contact an...
A Bavarian Military Merit Cross with Swords - Bronze, 43 mm x 45.2 mm inclusive of its crossed swords suspension, original ribbon, oxidation spot on the obverse, near extremely fine.
A 1914 Mecklenburg-Schwerin Military Merit Cross - Bronze gilt, 40.5 mm, lightly soiled original ribbon, light gilt wear, near extremely fine.
A Bavarian Military Long Service Decoration; 2nd Class - Blackened bronze, 45 mm, extremely fine.
A 1939-1945 Veteran Stahlhelm Iron Cross with Swords for Combat - Bronze, 43.2 mm, on original triangular ribbon, extremely fine.Footnote: This Cross was for WWII Combat Veterans of the WWII German Armed Forces that belonged to the Veterans associat...
A WWI Mecklenburg-Strelitz 2nd Class Silver Cross 1914-1916 - Silvered bronze, cypher of Adolf Friedrich, inscribed "TAPFER UND TREU" on the reverse, 40.8 mm, light gilt wear, near extremely fine.
A Prussian General Service Honor Decoration with 50 Jubilee - (1900-1918), with 50 Jubilee number attached to suspension ring, in silver, silver gilt, 40mm, bottom arm marked W (for maker Wagner), of very fine quality manufacture, in slightly worn...
A Second War General Assault Badge - In silvered zinc, missing pin within hindge, otherwise extremely fine.
A Rare July 1939 SA Marine Expedition Plate - Marked on reverse T5S with original paper label and stamped makers mark, engraved on obverse " 1st Association Sailing Expedition / Trip - M.S.A 31 / 44 Kiel July 1939 - Sailing Division S.A. group num...
1904 Southwest Africa Campaign Medal - In silvered steel, 33mm, extremely fine.
1914 First Class War Merit Cross - in gilded bronze, vaulted, 41mm x 41mm, in worn condition, pin missing.
1914 Second Class Iron Cross; Prinzen Size - in so called Prinzen Size, 35.23mm(width) x 39.61mm(height), weighs (with ribbon) 10.0 grams, an excellent period example with crisp, high beading and excellent details, marked KO on ring, in very fine co...
An Imperial Prussian Air Gunner Badge - for air gunners, in die stamped silvered tombac, circa 1925 period issue, measuring 46.06mm(width) x 73.63mm(height), weighs 11.3 grams, excellent crisp details, cracked at the left side of the crown, in worn ...
Imperial German Medal Bar - Iron Cross 2nd Class (magnetic, iron core); Prussia: Order of the Crown 4th Class (bronze gilt and enamels, 40.5 mm); Hindenburg Cross for Combatants (bronze, 37.5 mm); Prussia: Military Long Service Decoration (bronze gi...
A Silver Grade Tank Badge "50" - Maker marked "G.B.", in zinc, magnetic pin, hollow, exhibits fine, crisp details, textbook example, 47.40x62.20mm, weighs 26.1 grams, extremely fine condition.
First Class Silesian Eagle - In silvered tombac, 32.1mm(w) x 42.55(h), in worn condition
1914 First Class Iron Cross with Case of Issue - Magnetic center, flat, type produced during Third Reich, in near mint condition; in case of issue (without push-button, so called “half-etui”).
An 1870 Period Pour-le-Merite, in Gold and Enamels, 54.2mm(width) x 54.1mm(height), hollow, with one went hole at the bottom, weighs 15.4 grams, unmarked, but typical cross by Wagner from circa 1870 period, very slight enamel flaking on reverse cent...
Wound Badge; Black Grade - Blackened iron, magnetic, vertical pinback, light contact, near extremely fine
Bronze Grade DRL Sport Badge; 3rd Model - Bronze gilt, maker marked "WERNSTEIN JENA" and marked "DRGM 35269" on the reverse, 39 mm x 47.8 mm, vertical pinback, light contact and gilt wear, better than very fine.
Ground Assault Badge - In zinc alloy, silvered eagle (one rivet), unmarked, very fine condition.
An Early Bronze Grade Tank Badge - In die stamped tombac, excellent early quality, unmarked, but typical "BH Mayer Design" badge, 13.7 grams, extremely fine condition. Excellent example.
October 1st 1938 Commemorative Medal - Bronze, near mint, on parade ribbon.
A Black Grade Tank Destruction Badge - die struck, magnetic tank, complete with "Litze", without cloth on reverse, textbook example, very fine condition.
Army Close Combat Clasp by Fec.W.E. Peekhaus - Vaulted clasp in silvered zinc, with magnetic plate, non-magnetic pin, marked on reverse "FEC.W.E. PEEKHAUS BERLIN" and "FLL", hardly used, extremely fine condition.
October 1st 1938 Commemorative Medal - Bronze, with Prague clasp, extremely fine.
A Silver Grade Wound Badge - In tombac, maker "30", fine quality badge, in very fine condition.
1939 First Class Iron Cross - Magnetic center, flat, unmarked, toned, better than extremely fine. In black case of issue, also extremely fine.
A German Colonial Honour Badge - In silvered non magnetic metal, 34mmx39mm, maker marked, extremely fine.
A Large NSFK Gliders Pilot Badge - in iron (magnetic), silvered, partially enameled, 45(w) x 46.5mm(h), maker marked on reverse, with unusual round pin, slightly worn condition, minor contact marks to white enamel but no chipping, nice old patina, i...
Silver Grade Tank Badge - In zinc, very good quality, maker marked, extremely fine/near mint condition.
1920 Prussian Pilot's Badge - In silvered tombac, die stamped, 45.3mmx69.5mm, unmarked, circa 1920-25 period manufacture, small crown on top of the badge bent, well worn, good/fine condition
A First War German Memorial Badge - German soldier in black/white photo showing some cracking, 2.2cm, very fine.
A First War Prussian Memorial Badge - Prussian soldier, colourised photo showing some cracking, 3cm, marked SD, very fine.
An Iron Cross Second Class 1939 - Magnetic/Iron Cross, with silver frame, toned, on correct replacement ribbon, extremely fine.
Mother's Cross; Gold Grade - Bronze gilt and enamels, 35.5 mm x 42.5 mm, on original ribbon, better than extremely fine condition.
A Second Pattern Luftwaffe Dagger by Eickhorn with Hangers - Measuring 375 mm, with the scabbard on, this dagger features a 260 mm nickel-plated steel blade, magnetic, with semi-sharp edges, remaining bright and crisp, having a semi-sharp tip. The b...
A Fine German Miniature Group of Eight - mounted on a golden chain, comprising: Iron Cross 1870, crisp details, 14mm, non-magnetic; Order of Hohenzollern with Swords, in silver, crown in Gold, 16x26mm; Saxon Duchies, Ernestine Order, breast star, in...
Silver Grade Wound Badge with Case of Issue - in fire-silvered tombac, massive, hollow center, unmarked, excellent quality, 38.86x43.92mm, near mint condition, in fitted burgundy case of issue (top broken off, one piece of the box missing).
A Prussian Order of the Crown With Geneva Cross; Fourth Class - in bronze gilt and enamels with enameled Geneva Cross on upper arm, 1872-1874, marked "W" on upper arm (Wagner), extremely fine. Awarded to medical personal for distinguished service du...
An Early Gold Grade Wound Badge - in early quality in tombac, gilded, unmarked, in case of issue, case with makers label "Hauptmunzamt Wien", in extremely fine condition.
Gold Grade Army Close Combat Clasp by Juncker - In zinc, gilded, by maker Juncker, period field repaired on reverse, magnetic pin, non-magnetic plate, clasp retains over 95% of original finish, scarce.
A Second War German Regimental Badge - 40.6mm, in tombac, obverse enameled, in worn condition.
A 1914-18 Bavarian Merit Medal of St. George’s Order - for Caring for War Invalids (Kriegskrankenpflege); oval medal in silver, 26mm x 37mm, without ribbon, in very fine condition, very scarce.
A Second War German Naval Honor Roll Clasp - in gilded die stamped bronze, 25.8mm, polished, with correct four pins on reverse (one is detached, but still present), with original ribbon as issued, in very fine condition.
Ground Assault Badge - in zinc alloy, unmarked, two piece construction, eagle riveted, worn, in very good condition.
March 13th 1938 Commemorative Medal - In silvered bronze, extremely fine; in case of issue (case god condition.
1814-15 Hesse Campaign Medal - In bronze, for combatants, 29mm, issued in 1821, on modern ribbon, in very fine condition.
1814 Saxe-Gotha-Altenburg Waterloo Medal - in bronze with gilt raised points, as awarded to NCOs, 42mm, impressed around the rim "HERZOGTH GOTHA VND ALTENBVRG MDCCCXIV-MDCCCXV", original ribbon, very fine condition. Only 223 awarded, very scarce med...
A Bronze Grade Mother's Cross; Fullsize and Miniature - in bronze grade, with original ribbons, very fine, in case of issue, maker marked "Gebr. Godet & Co. Berlin", case fine.
1918 Bavarian Wedding Commemoration Badge - for the golden wedding in 1918, in bronze with bronze gilt center, measuring 43.2mm x 61.3mm; weighs 26.5g, in extremely fine condition. (Comes with expert evaluation from D.Niemann).
A Gold Grade Wound Badge - In tombac, gilded, marked "30", fine early quality, very fine.
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