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SOLD SOLD (05/11) German Other Ranks Waffen SS belt buckle featuring the motto Meine Ehre heißt Treue.And leather Belt. N 91. - N 91
A fine worn example of the Other ranks SS belt and buckle. The correct Meine Ehre heißt Treue "My honor is called loyalty") motto. The buckle retains 65% of its olive/grey paint to the front and 85% to the back which is showing ‘RZM155/43’. The thick leather belt is 36” in length and the hook is intact. See page 223 of ‘German Belt Buckles 1845-1945’ by Peter Nash. A very well preserved collectors piece. Price includes UK delivery. N 91.
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1941 ‘Luftwaffe’ Enlisted Buckle and leather Belt. N 90. - N 90
After 1937 the eagles tail was modified to be shown swept back such as this piece. The Luftwaffe was officially considered to be the air arm of the ‘Third Reich’. Shown with an eagle in the centre of a circular wreath, facing left and carrying and angled Swastika, this painted metal aluminium example is showing minimal signs of wear to the front and sides but retains 90% of its paint. The brown leather belt is 37 ½ “long and has a number ’95’ stamped to it. The belt is dated 1941 with the makers mark of ‘LLANEDEYRN’ and is in good worn condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. N 90.
£275.00

A Tabbed Heer Belt Buckle ‘E Schneider Lüdenscheid’ 1941. N 89. - N 89
A 1941 Nazi German Army Buckle imprinted ‘GOTT MIT UNS’ ‘God is with us’. The eagle on the first pattern ‘Wehrmacht Heer’ buckle was initially faced to the wearer’s right as had the Weimar eagle. This however was soon changed to a design with the eagle facing the wearer’s left, in which form it remained to the end of the war. The reason for the change is unclear but it may have been to bring it into line with the political eagle that face it’s left. From its introduction in 1936 the one piece aluminium buckle was produced with either a bright metal finish or a factory paint finish of olive green for combat use. (See German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 page 124 by Peter Nash) This example has its olive paint virtually removed on the front revealing the metals mottled effect. The underside still retains its olive coloured paint. A very nice buckle with leather tab imprinted ‘1941’ with the makers mark ‘E Schneider Lüdenscheid’. A very well preserved collectors piece. Price includes UK delivery. N 86.
£275.00

C1937 Nazi German Army Buckle imprinted - ‘GOTT MIT UNS’ ‘God is with us’. N 88. - N 88
The eagle on the first pattern ‘Wehrmacht Heer’ buckle was initially faced to the wearer’s right as had the Weimar eagle. This however was soon changed to a design with the eagle facing the wearer’s left, in which form it remained to the end of the war. The reason for the change is unclear but it may have been to bring it into line with the political eagle that face it’s left. From its introduction in 1936 the one piece aluminium buckle was produced with either a bright metal finish or a factory paint finish of olive green for combat use. (See German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 page 124 by Peter Nash) This example has some its olive paint on the front revealing the metals mottled effect. The underside still retains most of its olive coloured paint. A very nice buckle. Price includes UK delivery. N 88
£275.00

A 1937 Nazi German Army Buckle imprinted - ‘GOTT MIT UNS’ ‘God is with us’. N 87. - N 87
The eagle on the first pattern ‘Wehrmacht Heer’ buckle was initially faced to the wearer’s right as had the Weimar eagle. This however was soon changed to a design with the eagle facing the wearer’s left, in which form it remained to the end of the war. The reason for the change is unclear but it may have been to bring it into line with the political eagle that face it’s left. From its introduction in 1936 the one piece aluminium buckle was produced with either a bright metal finish or a factory paint finish of olive green for combat use. (See German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 page 124 by Peter Nash) This example has its olive paint virtually removed on the front revealing the metals mottled effect. The pins at the rear have some heavy rust. Price includes UK delivery. N 87.
£125.00

WW2 Era Nazi German NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party) Podium Banner (51 ¼” x 29 ½”). Sn 18783:18 - 18783:18
A double sided red drape 51 ¼” length x 29 ½ width with a white field stitched to the red base having a black printed swastika, a small loop at the top of the drape for a hanging pole or rope to be passed through. Superb condition and vibrant colours, no moth damage. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18783:18
£375.00

RESERVED RESERVED Early Nazi German NSDAP (National Socialist German Workers' Party) National Eagle Tasselled Podium Banner (45” x 30”). Sn 18783:17 - 18783:17
A superb early NSDAP national eagle podium banner. It is constructed out of a multi-piece red/white cotton base with a black machine embroidered National Eagle, and cotton fringe. The rectangular shaped obverse features a centrally placed stitched on white and black early National Eagle on a red cotton background that is bordered in a 1” white strip. The hoist end has a loop to allow it to be easily hung. The fly end has a white stitched on twisted fringe. The reverse shows the black outline of the mirror image of the eagle, along with the white stitching holding the border in place. The colour on reverse has faded slightly, It measures approximately 30” wide by 45” long. It has four pin prick holes, one to each corner. The Eagle is beautifully detailed, nice colour and a wonderful display piece. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18783:17
£475.00

A 1937 Nazi German Army Buckle imprinted - ‘GOTT MIT UNS’ ‘God is with us’. N 86. - N 86
The eagle on the first pattern ‘Wehrmacht Heer’ buckle was initially faced to the wearer’s right as had the Weimar eagle. This however was soon changed to a design with the eagle facing the wearer’s left, in which form it remained to the end of the war. The reason for the change is unclear but it may have been to bring it into line with the political eagle that face it’s left. From its introduction in 1936 the one piece aluminium buckle was produced with either a bright metal finish or a factory paint finish of olive green for combat use. (See German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 page 124 by Peter Nash) This example has its olive paint virtually removed on the front revealing the metals mottled effect. The underside still retains its olive coloured paint. A very nice buckle with leather tab imprinted ‘1937’ with the makers mark illegible. Price includes UK delivery. N 86
£175.00

Luftwaffe LKp S101 Summer Flying Helmet. L 351 - L 351
This model was introduced in 1938, and replaced the 1936 specification LKpS100 and whilst made to the same basic pattern it featured improved Siemens communications and better sound insulation. Instead of aluminium earphones housings of the earlier helmets this features hard rubber cups covered with dark brown leather which had a more streamlined appearance and with an external recess at the top which helped secure the goggle straps in place. The avionics were also enhanced by the installation of Perspex membranes inside and padded with fleece lined cushions around the earphone speaker. The housing for the throat microphones on the LKp S101 was also improved with two straps containing the microphone linked by an inverted ‘T’ (showing signs of a repair) at the nape of the helmet. This also served as the junction between the helmet's internal wiring and the long cord and plug-in connector. The throat straps were adjustable by means of two buckles, and once correctly adjusted could be joined together or removed at the front by means of a snap fastening. This examples 'salt and pepper' cotton weave fabric shell shows signs of in service use with no external tears. The buckles are all intact with good aged patina. The goggle straps are all fine and functional and fitted with Prym snaps; the characteristic double chin straps are both excellent. Inside there are two labels, one reading: ‘Siemans-Baumuster- LKp S 101- Ln-Nr. 26617’ and the other ‘Bekledungswerke Neumünster Grölle’. Examples are shown in Mick Prodger's 'Luftwaffe V RAF' reference book page 25 centre top and described as 'labels from an early helmet'. The communication power lead is 130cm with a Bakelite inline resister and 2 pin plug. The wiring insulation is showing signs of age related deterioration. A lovely collectable item. The price includes U.K. delivery. L 351
£575.00

1941 ‘Luftwaffe’ Enlisted Buckle and leather Belt. L 352 - L 352
After 1937 the eagles tail was modified to be shown swept back such as this piece. The Luftwaffe was officially considered to be the air arm of the ‘Third Reich’. Shown with an eagle in the centre of a circular wreath, facing left and carrying and angled Swastika, this painted metal aluminium example is showing signs of wear to the front and sides but retains 70% of its paint. The brown leather belt is 36 ½ “long and has a number ’1’ stamped to it. The clasp has an ‘OLC’ (Overhoff & Cie's) inside a diamond stamped to it. The belt is dated 1941 with the makers mark of ‘WASSMANN AND SOHNE’ and is in good worn condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. L 352.
£245.00

A 1938 ‘Luftwaffe’ Enlisted Buckle and leather Belt. L 350 - L 350
After 1937 the eagles tail was modified to be shown swept back such as this peice. The Luftwaffe was officially considered to be the air arm of the ‘Third Reich’. Shown with an eagle in the centre of a circular wreath, facing left and carrying and angled Swastika, this white metal aluminium example is showing signs of wear to the front and sides. The brown leather belt is 38 ½ “ long, has a number ’95’ stamped to it and a makers mark which is illegible. The clasp has a number ‘88’ a letter ‘C’ and an inspection stamp. The belt is dated 1939 issue and in good worn condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. L 350.
£245.00

SOLD SOLD (09/11) A set of ‘German luftschutz’ items including a 2nd class Luftschutz- Ehrenzeichen Award & an I.D. Book and Armband. N 85. - N 85
Firstly the 2nd Class ‘Lutschutz-Ehrenzeichen’ Medal. The Air Warden Honour Award (Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen) is instituted on 30 January 1938 and was awarded for bravery during and directly after Allied air raids. This medal was instituted in two classes and both classes were designed by Egon Jantke of Berlin. The Air Warden Honour Award was not only reserved for the members of the Luftschutz (Air Raid Precautions) but could also be awarded to factory guards, fire fighters, police ect. The golden cross of the 1st Class is only 150 times awarded during the entire war and was only awarded for extraordinary bravery and service for the protection of the German civil population. Measuring 9 ½ cm from the base of the medal to the tip if the ribbon and 4 cm at its wides point. The ribbon is in excellent condition. The medal is stamped ‘Für Verdienste Im Luftschutz’ (For Merit in Air Defense)to the front and ‘1938’ to the rear. Also in this set is dated 1941 ‘Reichsluftschutzbund’ I.D. book and armband for ‘Daimler-Benz’ A.G. Flugmotoren Stuttgart Luftschutz unit. These were obtained from a market in Belgium directly from the family of the serviceman. A really nice collectable set. The price includes U.K. delivery. N 85.
£0.00
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