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Quality Heavy Construction WW2 1936 Nazi German SS (Schutzstaffel) Double Sided Pennant With SS Sig (Victory) Rune Devices. Sn 17531 - 17531
The infamous Schutzstaffel (SS) literally ‘Protection Squadron’ was the major paramilitary organization under Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party. The runic insignia of the Schutzstaffel (known in German as the SS-Runen) were used from the 1920s to 1945 on Schutzstaffel flags, uniforms and other items as symbols of various aspects of Nazi ideology and Germanic mysticism. Among other Runic symbolism, the insignia of Two sig (Victory) runes drawn side by side like lightning bolts were adopted by all branches of the SS. This is an original heavy construction triangular Nazi SS pennant. The pennant measures 35 cms x 26cms (including hem rope loops). It has no holes or mothing. It is made of thick double sided blood red cloth with intricate stitched edging. The centre of both sides feature a black tape shield on banner device with typical excellent quality stitched edging in gold. The shield and banner are adorned with quality stitched gold sig Victory runes of the SS. The seamed edge of the pennant has its original stitched in rope cord with loop ends. The hem has faint ink marking ‘SS’ and what appears to be ‘36’ (date). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17531
£395.00

WW2 Era, Nazi Kriegsmarine 'E' Boat Flag (Size 1.45 x 0.85 Metres). Sn 17529 - 17529
An original, WW2 era, Nazi Kriegsmarine Flag. This size of flag were used on Nazi German 'E' Class, Torpedo Boats. The red cotton double sided flag is printed with black & white large Swastika. It also has the Nazi German National Emblem / Kriegsmarine Eagle with Swastika. It has stitched edges & reinforced hem with original stitched in rope flag pole mounting. One end of the rope is looped the other side is a free length of rope. The hem has no visible manufacturer, date or size markings. The flag is clean and has no tears or mothing. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17529
£345.00

Quality Heavy Construction WW2 1939 Vienna Austria Nazi German Studenten-Weltspiele (International Student Games) Double Sided Pennant. Sn 17525 - 17525
The International University Games ( German : Studenten-Weltspiele ) was an international multi-sport event held between 20–27 August 1939 in Vienna , German Reich (now Vienna, Austria). Many nations were invited to the Vienna games, but most entrants were nations affiliated with the Axis powers . The following countries were reported to have participated in the games: Kingdom of Bulgaria , Estonia , Finland , German Reich , Kingdom of Hungary , Kingdom of Italy , Empire of Japan ,Peru , Slovak Republic , Spanish State , Union of South Africa , Sweden , and Kingdom of Yugoslavia. This is an original heavy construction triangular Nazi pennant of the 1939 Vienna Studenten-Weltspiele . The pennant measures 34 cms x 26cms (including hem rope loops with rings attached). It has no holes or mothing. It is made of thick double sided cloth with intricate stitched edging. One side is black cloth with Nazi quality, expertly embroidered ‘StudentenWeltspiele‘ above Nazi National emblem Eagle with Swastika, 1939 date and ‘Wien’ (Vienna). The other side is red cloth and features an 12.5 cm circular cloth patch with typical expertly stitched edges and black tape Swastika. The black seamed hem of the pennant has its original stitched in rope cord with loop ends which have 2 metal hanging rings attached. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17525
£495.00

WW2 Nazi Hitler Youth (Hitlerjugend / HJ) Parade Flag / Banner (Size 0.9 Metre x 1.5 Metres). Sn 17530 - 17530
This is an original Nazi flag in the form and size carried by the Hitler Youth during parades. The banner is made of red cotton with finely stitched edging. The banner has a large black ink printed HJ swastika within white diamond and broad white central band on a blood red background. The banner is undamaged with no signs of mothing. The white cotton stitched hem has its original stitched in rope cord with wood toggle and loop on one end and untied length of rope at the other end. The hem has ink size marking ‘0.9x1.5’ (metres) and indistinct manufacturer detail. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17530
£325.00

Quality Heavy Construction WW2 Era Nazi German NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) Double Sided Pennant. Sn 17524 - 17524
This is an original heavy construction triangular Nazi pennant. The pennant measures 38.5 cms x 28cms (including hem rope loops). It has no holes or mothing. It is made of thick double sided blood red cloth with intricate stitched edging. The centre of both sides features an 12.5 cm circular cloth patch with typical expertly stitched edges and black tape Swastika. The seamed edge of the pennant has its original stitched in rope cord with loop ends. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17524
£295.00

Early Nazi German 1934 Nuremberg Rally RZM Marked NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) SA Sturmabteilung (Storm Detachment) Flag (Small 55x100 cms). Sn 17528 - 17528
The Nuremberg Rallies were the annual rallies of the Nazi Party in Germany, held from 1923 to 1938. They were large Nazi propaganda events, especially after Adolf Hitler's rise to power in 1933. The Sturmabteilung (SA ) literally Storm Detachment, was the Nazi Party's original paramilitary. This is an original Nazi (National Socialist German Workers' Party) SA flag of the 1934 Nuremberg Rally, held just 1 year after Hitler took power. The small flag in blood red cotton material measures 50x100cms. It has large central printed white roundel with black printed swastika visible on both sides. One edge has 1 ½” white cloth stitched hem with original rope cord for pole hanging. The hem has ink markings with SA badge, RZM mark above SA (RZM numbers indistinct), Sturmabteilung Nurnberg, 1934 date and size marking 55x100’. The flag has no holes or mothing and the edges have typical quality stitching as expected with Nazi flags. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17528
£595.00

**RESERVED**18/6**RESERVED**WW2 Era German Wehrmacht GF-364 Bakelite Morse Code Key T1 With Cable & 2 Prong Bakelite Plug. Sn 17445 - 17445
This is an original WW2 era Wehrmacht GF-364, Morse Key T1. An interesting item because it has it's connection cord and plug. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17445
£245.00

WW2 Era German Wehrmacht Hand Held Bakelite Field Microphone With Cable & 3 Prong Bakelite Plug. Sn 17444 - 17444
This is an original WW2 era Wehrmacht hand held field microphone. The unit is marked 'fiend hort mit' (the enemy is listening in). It comes with its connecting cable and plug. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17444
£175.00

WW2 Era Alloy Cased, Nazi German Luftwaffe & Kriegsmarine AEG E382Bf Radio Receiver. Sn 17443 - 17443
An original German Luftwaffe/ Kriegsmarine receiver E382Bf. This is a Telefunken E382Bf receiver from the FuG V installation. The receiver was originally developed for the Kriegsmarine as a variation of the FuG III installation used by the Luftwaffe. The main difference with the Luftwaffe version was that the tuning mechanism had a number of presets covering marine emergency frequencies. When the Kriegsmarine flying service was transferred to the Luftwaffe, the installation was named FUG V to distinguish it from the existing FuG III installation. The Kriegsmarine version remained in use on small sea going vessels as a long/short wave communications radio system. The receiver is in very good condition. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The set has the correct original knobs, tuning dial and switches. The grey alloy casing is undamaged. The rear of the casing can be removed which allows access to the internal components. The set has an identification panel with AEG maker’s mark, model designation & numbers. There are also other letters and numbers on the set. The set measures 13 ¼” x 7 ¼” x 5 ¼”. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17443
£395.00

WW2 1944 Steel Cased, Nazi German Wehrmacht Torn EB Radio Receiver. Sn 17442 - 17442
This is an original WW2 era Wehrmacht Torn EB Radio Receiver The set consisted of two units that are clip-able together above each other, the radio receiver and power supply box. The cabinets were meant to be carried on the back of a soldier, and the units are called Tornister' and Empfanger the German word for receiver, the letter 'b' in the designation simply indicates which receiver type. The designator was shortened to Torn E b. The Torn E b was created around 1935/36. It was in general use with the German Signal Corps, but also at higher army staffs, police and traffic control authorities. The radio is a tuneable radio frequency type set with four filament tubes that were run from a 2 volt battery at 0.2 A. The anode current came from a 90 V. dry battery at a consumption of about 12 Ma. The set covers the frequency band 100-6970 kHz in eight ranges. This particular set is made later in the war and is dated 1944. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The set has the correct original knobs, tuning dial and switches. The steel casing retains its field green paint. The rear of the casing can be removed which allows access to the internal components. The set has an identification panel with Torn designation and ‘44’ date (1944). There are also other letters and numbers inside and outside the case. The set measures 13” x 9” x 9”. The top of the case has a hinged carry handle. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17442
£575.00

WW2 Era Steel Cased, Nazi German Luftwaffe AEG FuG Aircraft E10 EK Radio Receiver. Sn 17441 - 17441
Before the war, the fast expanding Luftwaffe required radio's for their various aircraft. For the larger multi-engined aircraft this was initially the FuG III. The aircraft communications used two bands, Longwave (300-600 kHz) and Shortwave (3-6 Mhz). At the time, smaller aircraft like fighters used the FuG VII operating at 2,5-3,75 Mhz. In 1936, the Luftwaffe issued a specification for the new Fug 10 installation in 1936, with the first prototypes being tested in a Ju 52 in 1937. In August 1937 the decision was taken to standardise The FuG 10 remained the standard radio installation for larger aircraft throughout the war. The E10 EK Receiver is part of the FUG10 radio installation. This is an excellent, original steel cased E10 EK radio receiver. It is sold as seen and we cannot give any guarantee regarding functionality. The set has the correct original knobs, tuning dial and switches. The steel casing retains its Luftwaffe blue/grey hue paint and has just minor dents and service wear. The rear of the casing can be removed which allows access to the internal components. The set has an identification panel with model designations, numbers and manufacturer information. There are also other letters and numbers. The set measures 8 ½” x 7” x 8 ½”. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17441
£395.00

SOLD SOLD (16/06) WW2 Era Erreff 22 Cased Junghans Nazi Kriegsmarine 'U' Boat Commander's Stop Watch. Sn 17439 - 17439
WW2 German U-Boat Captains used stop watches to time Torpedo runs/ detonations when engaging allied shipping. This is an excellent, original, WW2 Era Kriegsmarine 'U' Boat Commander's Stop Watch. It has a blued steel body with hinged back which allows access to the mechanism and glazed white face with additional 30 second counter. The face has the Nazi Eagle with swastika and manufacturer name ‘Junghans’. The mechanism has the Junghans trade mark above ‘29a’, serial number and fast/slow adjuster (illustrated). The knurled winder at the top of the case is fitted with a lanyard ring. The stop watch is contained in its original Erreff 22 marked white metal hinged case with glazed face and red felt lining. The watch is in fully working order. The price for this cased Kriegsmarine U-Boat Captain's piece with case includes UK delivery. Sn 17439
£0.00
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