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Original WW2 Nazi RLB, Reichs Luftschutz Bund, (National Air Raid Protection League) Buckle & Luftwaffe Dark Grey Leather Belt Marked ‘100’ And Belt Clip By ‘D&C’. N 479 - N 479
Formed in late 1932 the Deutscher Luftschutzverband (German Air Protection League), was a voluntary organization designed to provide civil air raid protection in large civilian centers. Shortly after Hitler ascension to power the Deutscher Luftschutzverband was restructured and placed under the supervision of the RLM, Reichsluftfahrtministerium, (National Ministry of Aviation), under the control of Hermann Göring. On April 29TH 1933 the Deutscher Luftschutzverband was renamed RLB, Reichs Luftschutz Bund, (National Air Raid Protection League) and was given status as an official national organization tasked with all aspects of civil air raid defence. This is an excellent original Nazi RLB buckle and belt. The front of the buckle is embossed with the stylised RLB Eagle carrying a star or sunburst with Swastika surrounded by laurel wreath. The steel buckle is undamaged and retains its original finish. We have been unable to fully inspect the rear of the buckle for manufacturer marks as we do not want to cause damage to it or the belt. The rear prongs and bar are present and function as they should. The Luftwaffe very dark grey coloured leather belt is 1 ¾” wide and is 39 ¼” in length. The leather is intact apart from a ½” tear at one of the adjustment prong holes which could easily be repaired. The belt clasp is manufacturer marked ‘D&C’ and the belt is size marked ‘100’ (cms). Price includes UK delivery. N 479.
£295.00

Original Collection Of 8, Nazi German Army (Heer) & Navy (Kriegsmarine) Embroidered Cloth Trade Patches. Sn 12974:23 - 12974:23
This is a nice collection of 8 original Nazi German Army (Heer) & Navy (Kriegsmarine) Embroidered Cloth Trade Patches including Naval Marine Artillery & Army Medical Personnel. All of the cloth patches have the correct embroidered stitching and are clean and undamaged. Price for this nice original collection of Nazi Military trade patches includes UK delivery. Sn 12974:23
£110.00

Original Collection Of 8, Nazi German Rally/ Day Tinnies (Lapel Pin Badges) Some With Nazi RZM Or Manufacturer Marks. Sn 12974:22 - 12974:22
Tinnies were popular in Third Reich Germany made from pop-metal and plastic they were handed out to individuals for a wide variety of reasons. Sometimes it may have been for attending a Nazi political rally or celebrating National Holidays and events. They were also sold by Nazi organisations as a means of fund raising for the war effort. Some production of tinnies was regulated by the Nazi RZM. It is important to notice that not all tinnies were marked. All tinnies had a pin that allowed them to be attached to a shirt, hat or other piece of clothing. This is a nice collection of 8 original Nazi German tinnies. All but one of the metal badges have their original pins which function as they should. 4 of the tinnies have manufacturer markings on the rear and one has an RZM mark M9/56 (all illustrated) . The Tinnies were made for the following Nazi events / rallies: Stuttgart 1933: 1st May 1939: Tag Der Arbeit: Gau hamburg 1936 / 37: Gau Tag Am Westwall: Jugendfest 1935: Peronten 1935: Jugendfest 1936 (pin absent). Price for this nice original collection of Nazi tinnies includes UK delivery. Sn 12974:22
£150.00

Original, WW2, Nazi German Kriegsmarine Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers & Escort Vessels War Award Badge By ‘RK’ Rudolf A Karneth & Sohne Gablonz A/N. Sn 12978:2 - 12978:2
The Nazi German Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers & Escort Vessels war badge was instituted on 31st August 1940 for award to Kriegsmarine & Merchant Officers & ratings engaged on those activities (see page 128 of Combat Medals of the Third Reich by Ailsby). The oval metal badge is 2¼” x 1¾” and features a laurel wreath surmounted with Nazi Eagle. The centre of the badge is voided with sea waves and water spout ‘explosion’. The reverse of the badge has a vertical hinged pin with hook fastener. The rear of the badge has embossed manufacturer initials ‘R.K’ which is Rudolf A Karneth & Sohne Gablonz A/N (see page 231 of Ailsby’s book). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12978:2
£120.00

Original Collection Of 4, 1936 Nazi Germany Olympic Games Enamelled Lapel Pin Badges With Nazi Quality Inspection Marks ‘Ges Gesch’, One With Manufacturer Mark ‘GTD’. Sn 12974:21 - 12974:21
The 1936 Summer Olympics (German: Olympische Sommerspiele 1936), officially known as the Games of the XI Olympiad, was held in 1936 in Berlin, Nazi Germany. Hitler attempted to use the games to promote the Nazi dogma of Aryan ethnic supremacy. To celebrate the event Nazi German manufacturers produced souvenirs including enamelled pin badges. This is a collection of 4 original Nazi German enamelled 1936 Olympic pin badges. The badges have their original pins which function as they should. 2 of the badges are the combined rings emblem of the Olympic games in white metal enamelled in blue, yellow,black, green and red. One measures 1 ¾” width and has a pin clasp fastener the other measures 1 ¼” width & has a fixed lapel pin. The rear of both are stamped with the Nazi quality inspection mark ‘Ges Gesch’. The largest badge is circular and is 1 ½” diameter. Made of heavy brass it is enamelled with purple, red and gold. It features an embossed representation of the Olympic bell which was at the time of the games in the Bell Tower, Berlin. As with the original bell in the tower, the bell on the badge has the Nazi Eagle with Swastika. The bell surmounts the combined rings Olympic emblem in gold. The red outer edge of the badge has lettering ‘Olympiajahr 1936 Ich Rufe Die Jugend Der Welt’ (English- Olympic games 1936 I Call The Youth Of The World). The rear of the badge has the correct hinged pin clasp fastener. The badge is also stamped by the manufacturer mark ‘GTD’. The final metal badge is enamelled in white and gold and depicts the front elevation of the Reichstag building surmounted by Nazi Eagle and lettering ‘1936 XI Olympiade Berlin’ above the olympic rings emblem. The badge is 1 ½” width and the rear has a small hinged pin clasp fastener. The rear of the badge has the Nazi quality inspection mark ‘Ges Gesch’. Price for this nice original collection of Nazi pin badges from a controversial event in history includes UK delivery. Sn 12974:21
£275.00

Original WW2 1940 Dated Nazi German ‘SS’ Enlisted Man’s Buckle RZM Manufacturer Marked 155/40 Stephan Merkl, Nurnberg . Sn 12974:20 - 12974:20
This is an excellent original Nazi ‘SS’ enlisted man's buckle (see Angola’s book Belt Buckles and Brocades of the Third Reich pages 207 & 208). Made of stamped steel it has the correct embossed Nazi Eagle with Swastika & Wreath together with ‘SS’ motto ‘Meine Ehre heißt Treue’ (My honour is called loyalty). The rear of the buckle has a fixed bar and rotating bar with 2 prongs. The rear is stamped with Nazi ‘RZM’ roundel & manufacturer code ‘155/40’ which is Stephan Merkl, Nürnberg and 1940 date. There is also a crisp roundel with ‘SS’ runes. Price for this excellent, nicely marked Nazi SS buckle includes UK delivery. Sn 12974:20.
£375.00

Original NSDA Printed Arm Band. 12978:1 - 12978:1
An original NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party) printed arm band. This arm band has been worn and is in very nice condition. The arm band has a printed white circle on a red arm band, with the black Nazi symbol. It measures 7 1/4" as it's stitched for the arm. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 12978:1
£175.00

Original NSDA 3 Piece Arm Band With A 'RZM' Label Inside. N 478 - N 478
An original NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party) 3 piece arm band with a 'RZM' paper label inside. This arm band has been worn and is very nicely made of three pieces. The arm band has a white cotton circle stitched onto the red arm band, with two separate black cotton legs stitched onto this to form the Nazi symbol. On the inside it has a paper label which has "B RZM 462 Reichszeugmeisterei der NSDAP L No 145938" on it. The RZM control tags first came into use on 1st June 1934 and were last used until the end of 1944, they were a control standard of official Party uniform items. It also has an ink stamp with the Nazi Party emblem on the outside. It measures 7 1/4" as it's stitched for the arm. The price includes Uk delivery. N 478
£195.00

Original NSDA 3 Piece Arm Band. N 477 - N 477
An original NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party) 3 piece arm band. This arm band has been worn and is very nicely made of three pieces. The arm band has a white finely ribbed cotton circle stitched onto the red arm band, with two separate black finely ribbed cotton legs stitched onto this to form the Nazi symbol. It measures 16 3/4" x 4 1/4". The arm band is in excellent condition. The price includes Uk delivery. N 477
£165.00

3 Original Nazi German Civilian Deutsches Reich Arbeitsbuch [Employment Identification Documents] All With WW2 Dated Entries & Ink Stamps. Sn 12974:9 - 12974:9
The Arbeitsbuch was a result of the Laboor Law of February 1935 that required labour registration and the use of the appropriate document. The purpose of the Arbeitsbuch was to document the work history of each German citizen. During the twelve years of the Third Reich the Arbeitsbuch came in three editions. The main difference were the variations of the cover. The first style (far left and far right in image 1) came with a Weimar eagle, small swastikas on all four corners and the words Deutsches Reich and Arbeitsbuch in the old German Fraktur lettering. On the cover of the second style (centre in image 1)the Nazi eagle replaced the Weimar eagle and the swastikas in the corners were discontinued. The third style not included in this collection had a slightly changed Nazi eagle but the Fraktur lettering was replaced by the simpler Altschrift. The Arbeitsbuch had, depending on which edition, between 32 and 38 pages. These documents were for German citizens only, foreigners who worked in the Reich had to carry a similar book which was printed on a different colour paper and which contained a photo of the owner while no photo was required in the domestic document. This was the "Arbeits-buch für Ausländer". This is a collection of 3 original Nazi German Civilian Deutsches Reich Arbeitsbuch. The collection consists of 2 of the 1st type and 1 of the 2nd type. All are clean with undamaged pages and hand written and ink stamped entries including WW2 dates detailing the employment history of the named citizens to whom the documents belonged. The 1st type documents have 32 pages, the 2nd type 38 pages. Price for this collection of original Nazi documents includes UK delivery. Sn 12974:9
£175.00

Original & Un-Issued Deutsches Afrikakorps ( DAK) Cuff Title With Silver Aluminium Bullion Embroidered Stitching. N 476 - N 476
The Afrika Korps or German Africa Corps (German: Deutsches Afrikakorps, DAK) was the German expeditionary force in Africa during the North African Campaign of World War II. This is an original & un-issued Deutsches Afrikakorps ( DAK) Cuff Title. It has is made of Khaki and tropical green cloth with correct intricate silver aluminium bullion embroidered stitching ‘AFRIKAKORPS’ between bullion bands. The cuff title is clean and undamaged. It measures 17 ¾” x 1 ¼”. Price for this collectors' piece includes UK delivery. N 476.
£275.00

MASSIVE, Original Nazi Era Double Sided Hanging / NSDAP Recognition Banner. Sn 12734 - 12734
A massive original double sided Nazi banner. The banner in blood red cotton material measures 3 metres 79cms x 1 metre 50cms. It has large 1 metre diameter stitched white cloth roundels & printed black Swastikas on both sides. One edge of the banner has a 7cm stitched hem for pole mounting. These banners were used on ceremonial occasions / rallies and as NSDAP recognition panels laid in front of German lines. The material of the flag is clean. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12734
£425.00
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