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SOLD SOLD (04/06) **RARE**WW2 Era Nazi German Kriegsmarine U-Boat Brass Cased Clock With Key. Sn 21725 - 21725
This is an excellent original WW2 era Kriegsmarine U-Boat clock with brass case & silvered face complete with its original key. The clock is in perfect working order. It has its original brass casing with three fixing brackets. The clock including case measures 8” in diameter (including face lock) and is 3 ¾” depth. It has a silvered dial set with Arabic numerals within minute marker chapter ring and fast slow adjustment lever. The clock face has a hinged glass cover with brass rim & lock. The face is marked with the Kriegsmarine Eagle and 'M' (Marine) mark together with serial number ‘19174’ above ‘N’. The rear of the case is numbered ‘16232’. The price for this rare fully functional U-Boat clock includes UK delivery. Sn 21725
£0.00

Original WWII German Four Piece NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) Vehicle Pennant. (Wimpel). N 191. - N 191
A high-quality multi-piece constriction NSDAP (The Nazi Party officially the National Socialist German Workers' Party (German: Nationalsozialistische Deutsche ArbeiterparteiR02; or NSDAP) was a far-right political party in Germany active between 1920 and 1945 that created and supported the ideology of Nazism) vehicle pennant with heavy duty sewn edges. Made of thick high quality material to withstand the stress of high speed on vehicles. This example has the thick edge for attaching to a car antenna. Measuring; 31 x 19cm. The edges of the pennant and roundel have the correct intricate stitching found on period Nazi items *see images for condition*. See Service badges and emblems- Third Reich Cloth Insignia by B.L.Davies & I. Westwell for reference. The price includes UK delivery. N 191. (Small flags box)
£275.00

Original, Nazi NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) 4 Piece Construction Arm Band with RZM Tag. 13067:10 - 13067:10
The armband was originally adopted to distinguish members of the NSDAP from members of other political parties. This was particularly important for the proto-SA whose only uniform, if they had one, was that of the old Imperial Army or of the various Freekorps of which many were veterans. The Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (the Nazi party) armband was worn on the left upper arm. Its quality depended on the budget of the wearer. This is an excellent, original Nazi Party arm band. The armband is made of blood red cotton material with central stitched white roundel panel & black cotton Swastika. The armband has an original RZM tag (The standardised production and circulation of all NSDAP uniform garments, headgear and insignia were overseen by the National Material Control office (RZM or Reichszeugmeisterei) The RZM was created in July 1934. From 1935 onward all NSDAP uniform garments and insignia were legally required to feature an RZM control mark or tag). The edges of the armband and roundel have the correct intricate stitching found on period Nazi items. Our example is a very good four piece with original RZM tag which authorised its issue. See page 108 of Service badges and emblems- Third Reich Cloth Insignia by B.L.Davies & I. Westwell for reference. The price includes UK delivery. 13067:10. (Small flags box)
£275.00

Original, Nazi NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers Party) 2 Piece Construction Arm Band with Nazi Unit Ink Stamp. Sn 20368:7. - 20368:7
The armband was originally adopted to distinguish members of the NSDAP from members of other political parties. This was particularly important for the proto-SA whose only uniform, if they had one, was that of the old Imperial Army or of the various Freekorps of which many were veterans. The Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (the Nazi party) armband was worn on the left upper arm. Its quality depended on the budget of the wearer. This is an excellent, original Nazi Party arm band. The armband is made of blood red cotton material with central stitched white roundel panel & black ink Swastika. The armband has an original Nazi Ink Eagle with Swastika and indistinct German script roundel (illustrated). The edges of the armband and roundel have the correct intricate stitching found on period Nazi items. Our example is a very good two piece with original unit stamp which authorised its issue. See page 108 of Service badges and emblems- Third Reich Cloth Insignia by B.L.Davies & I. Westwell for reference. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20368:7 (Small flags box)
£275.00

WWII German Waffen SS Buckle. N 190. - N 190
The belt buckle was an important part of the regalia worn by all uniformed military, civil, political and paramilitary organizations during the Third Reich. The belt (“Koppel”) was part of the uniform and would always be worn while on duty. The belt buckle (“Koppelschloss”) was generally specific to each organization, with many organizations having separate belt buckles for officers and for enlisted personnel, sometimes with different colours and finishes to further denote specific purposes. The buckles were adorned with various mottos and designs specific to the organisations for which they were intended. Many designs used the German national eagle emblem, in a variety of forms. This Waffen SS Buckle is an excellent example of the style of belt buckle made for issue to enlisted men of the SS from the late 1930s until the early part of WWII. The front shows only light wear, and retains lots of detail as well as a light, appealing patina *see images*. The reverse is complete and sound, with an integral catch for the belt hook and a typical roller bar and prongs assembly for attaching it to a belt. The price includes UK delivery. N 190.
£195.00

WWII German M98 Fireman’s Dress Bayonet Marked Solingen Scabbard and Leather Frog. 21498. - 21498
This is an original Nazi Fireman's dress bayonet and scabbard. The basic design is taken from the standard military dress bayonet but is without the rifle mortise and stud button (see 'German Clamshells' book pages 125 - 131 by Gary L. Walker and R. J. Weinand). The cross guard is lengthened to give a re curve appearance. It has a clean polished 9 ¾” blade with fullers *light age related staining*. The blade is crisply marked with Solingen and has its original leather hilt washer. It has undamaged chequered grips secured with two rivets. The hilt and cross guard are chrome plated. The chrome plating has some small areas of wear consistent with age. It comes with the correct scabbard which is free of dents and a leather frog (stitching in good order). The scabbard retains the majority of its original black paint finish and has the correct fixed frog bar *slight play*. The price includes UK delivery. 21498. (Box 2)
£175.00

German WWII Group of Badges - Heer M40 BeVo Breast Eagle - Kriegsmarine Embroidered EM/NCO’s Breast Eagle - Panzer Wapper Breast Eagle. N 189. - N 189
A Heer M40 BeVo Breast Eagle, flat wire BeVo construction on field green backing, unissued, worn on M40, M41, M42, M43, and M44 Field Jacket. An Original WW2 Kriegsmarine Embroidered EM/NCO’s Breast Eagle (Kriegsmarine Brustadler). Constructed of dark blue wool, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered golden yellow threaded eagle clutching a wreathed swastika. All are in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. N 189.
£275.00

WW2 Nazi German Army Pioneer (Pionier ) Troops 25 Metre Field Tape Measure. Sn 21439 - 21439
This is an original Nazi German marked field tape measure as used by their Pionier battalions which comprised: Panzer-Pionier-Bataillon (armoured pioneer battalion performing engineering tasks during an assault from manoeuvre), Sturmpionierbataillon (assault pioneer battalion performing engineering tasks during an infantry assault), Gebirgs-Pionier-Bataillon 95, a pioneer unit trained for the mountain terrain, Pionier-Bataillon 233 (divisional pioneer unit), Heeres-Pionier-Bataillon 73 (Corps pioneer unit), Pioneer Battalion, Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler, Waffen-SS & Pioneer Battalions, Estonian Auxiliary Police. These sturdy compact tape measures were used for tasks such as building Heavy gun emplacements and other fortifications. Our 25 Metre example is in fully functional condition complete with original hinged winder handle and brass keeper hook. The brass case of the measure is 10.5 cms diameter and retains much of its original gray paint. The winder handle is waffenamt and marked ‘25M’ (Metres). The thin steel tape has graduated markings all complete and in excellent condition. The winding opening and closing actions function perfectly. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21439 (corridor shelves near hand bells)
£145.00

A Group of Three Dated Nazi WWII Peronalised Certificates to Acting Servicemen. N 186. - N 186
No1- Certificate of Parachute Protection/Aviation from the Air Personnel Office to a Private Erich Heim dated 12 April 1942 and signed by General der Flieger with an official stamp. No 2-A Gold certificate of possession of a wounded badge from the war hospital to a Sergeant Alfred G. Lasser dated 7 Aug 1942signed by the senior physician and chief physician with an official stamp. No 3- A certificate of possession of a wounded badge from the war hospital to a Fredrrik Hoffman dated 28 July 1944 and signed by Res. Kr. Laz. II. Krakau- Jesuitenheim with an official stamp mark. The price for this group of original certificates includes UK delivery. N 186. (Office drawers)
£150.00

Nazi German Silver/Bronze Tank Battle Badge (Solid back). N 185. - N 185
This badge was instituted for the crews of armoured vehicles other than tanks, which comprised of self-propelled gunners and the like, the Panzergrenadier personnel and the support units including medical personnel who were engaged in helping the battlefield wounded. It was in all respects the same as the silver award, and was introduced on 1st June 1940. See page 167 of Combat Medals of the third Reich by Christopher Ailsby for reference. This example is in good order with clasp and pin intact. The price includes UK delivery. N 185.
£275.00

WWII German Social Welfare Medal and Ribbon with German Red Cross Personal ID Card for a Johann Biller Dated 1939. N 184. - N 184
The Social Welfare Decoration (German: Ehrenzeichen für deutsche Volkspflege) was a German Civil Award created by Adolf Hitler on 1 May 1939 for services in the social sector. The decoration was issued in three classes and was awarded for a wide variety of service, in the social sector, to the German state. Qualifying service would have been with Winterhilfswerk, National Socialist People's Welfare, medical and rescue work, or care of foreign and ethnic Germans. As a replacement for the German Red Cross Decoration, it was conferred in four classes consisting of a white-enamelled gold Balkenkreuz with Reich eagle and swastika. A "Medal of Social Welfare" was also issued for lesser degrees of service, not warranting the higher presentation of a class award. The main requirement for the award was that the service rendered should be to the benefit of the civil population. Reinhard Heydrich was awarded the decoration for his running of the Gestapo in the 1930s and for providing "security" to the German people. The infamous Doctor Josef Mengele was also awarded the decoration in 1941, for providing medical services to wounded soldiers and civilians alike on the battlefields of the Eastern Front. The German Red Cross (GRC) is the national Red Cross Society in Germany. With 4 million members, it is the third largest Red Cross society in the world. The German Red Cross offers a wide range of services within and outside Germany. GRC provides 52 hospitals, elderly care (over 500 nursing homes and a mobile nursing care network of covering the entire country), care for children and youth (i.e. 1.300 kindergartens, a full range of social services for children). GRC also provides 75% of the blood supply and 60% of the emergency medical services in Germany, as well as first aid training. GRC headquarters provides international humanitarian aid (disaster management and development assistance) to over 50 countries across the world. The German Social Welfare Medal is in excellent condition along with its ribbon ‘Medal for German People's Pledge’. The Red cross personal ID card comes in its original wallet/holder *age related wear* has official stamps and hand written signatures. A lovely pair for the collector. The price includes UK delivery. N 184.
£175.00

*Matching* Original German WWII D.R.L. Sports Bronze Badge Maker Marked “Wernstein, Jena” and Matching Pin. N 183. - N 183
The creation of a sports badge had already begun in the German Empire . It was Carl Diem who took the initiative to organize “a public award” that was intended as part of “general physical education”. During the 1912 Summer Olympics in Stockholm, sports official Diem followed the successful performance of the Swedish and American nations. In doing so, he gained valuable experience that was to be incorporated into his sports badge initiative. On September 29, 1912, Carl Diem submitted a proposal for the “introduction of a German sports badge” to the general meeting of the German Reich Committee for the Olympic Games (DRAFOS) in the Palast Hotel in Berlin . The planned award should be based on the existing models from the USA ( Athletic Badge from 1904) and from Sweden ( Idrotts-Märket from 1907). For this purpose, Diem presented the Swedish material from the Idrotts-Märket to “the representatives of the German gymnastics and sports associations”. This Bronze award is in excellent condition with pin and clasp in good order and is maker marked “Wernstein, Jena” “DRGM 35269”. The matching pin is in as good condition and is also maker marked ‘Wernstein, Jena’. The price for this pair includes UK delivery. N 183.
£175.00
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