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A Fine Grouping to a Stuka Pilot, Silver Goblet & DKG Winner

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A Fine Grouping to a Stuka Pilot, Silver Goblet & DKG Winner

A Fine and Comprehensive Grouping to a Feldwebel - Stuka Pilot Hubert Bauschulte, Silver Goblet and German Cross in Gold Winner, including awards, documents, photos, who served in Stukageschwader 77, and who was Killed in Action on his 600th sortie (!), comprising: Honor Goblet in “835” silver by official maker Wagner, hallmarked at the bottom, dated 15.11.1941, in extremely fine condition, toned, with corresponding award document “… special bravery as a Stuka pilot”; German Cross in Gold, maker “1” (Deschler, München), 69.5 grams, with his name, rank, address, hand engraved “in field”, in near extremely fine condition, with congratulatory latter from Kommodore of Stukageschwader 77; Iron Cross 1st Class, unmarked; Iron Cross 2nd Class, maker 66, with corresponding preliminary award document, dated 25. October 1939; Pilot’s Badge, by Juncker, early version in silvered tombac; Bomber Squadron Clasp, Gold Grade with Star Hanger (clasp in tombac, hanger in zinc), in very fine condition, worn (with award documents for Silver Bomber Squadron Clasp, Gold Bomber Squadron Clasp, Gold Bomber Squadron Clasp with Hanger (last one dated 12.2.1943); SA sport badge, with award booklet, contains his photo; 4 piece ribbon bar; two arm compasses; Paris medal, and wrist bracelet; promotion document to a Feldwebel, 1.11.1941; Special Recommendation Letter by General der Flieger Pflugbeil to him for saving a shot down German crew between the lines, signed in ink; two congratulatory letters on his 500th Sorties, July 1943; Condolence letter as he was killed on his 600th enemy sortie; plus several other miscellaneous/private letters, condolence letters. Also included in a lot are 24 loose photos, showing him wearing uniform, awards, plus photos of attacks on Soviet targets; also, a photo album, with 75 very good photos, covering period 1935 to ca. 1938, showing him and his comrades during the training.  A very comprehensive lot, and a fairly rare silver Honor Goblet award to a Stuka pilot.
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