Another gorgeous example of Italian bullion insignia. This example is a lovely gold colored wire weave. With no condition issues. Very nice cap badge.
Another nice SA Brigade tinnie. This one is for Brigade 94 in Linz. 1939 Wehrwettkampfe. Nice tinnie.
Nice post war signed photograph of Hajo Hermann shown with the Fat Field Marshall. Herrmann was an interesting personality on many levels. His main dedication during the war was to fight the allied bombers killing German civilians. His main focus was on British bombers intentionally targeting civilians and cities in night raids...
Very cool VF-151 patch. Fighter squadron flying Phantoms in Vietnam. This patch recently purchased from an advanced collection. Great looking patch with period wear.
Very nice tunic removed Schutzpolizei sleeve eagle. This is the darker example of two similar patches I am listing. Some stitching still present along the border from when it was on a uniform tunic. Patches that had clearly been used, of course, are always a little more interesting the "unissued". Nice example.
Interesting tinnie showing Potsdam Garrison Church with the dates March 21 1933 and March 21 1934. This tinnie is commemorating one year in power for the Nazi party. This is actually a scarce tinnie showing the same dates and motif as the 5 Reichsmark coin. Nice, early and significant tinnie.
Yep, the gardening club. Membership pin reads REICHSBUND DEUTSCHER KLEINGARTNER. "Kliengartner" translates to small gardener but I believe this means "home gardener'. Odd, hard to find item and really a small but nicely made pin. The eagle is a separate attached piece and stands out nicely.
Very interesting miniature DJ proficiency badge.Excellent condition and well toned. Unmarked example.
Nice medal for the annexation of the Sudetenland during the run up to WWII. Nice condition medal with small dark spot on bottom rear. Nice to get the ribbon bar attachment as well.
Nice example of the armband "Im Dienst der Deutschen Wehrmacht" as worn by non-uniform personnell attached to the German army. Some wrinkling but no damage. Fair amount of staining as shown in photographs.
Défense Passive was the organization by Germans of French personnel to build bomb shelters and other such defensive infrastructure. Most French preferred not to collaborate with the German occupation but I imagine it was sort of hard to refuse to build a shelter on the street that one's family lives on. Interesting piece of occupation related history.
Excellent sew in shoulder board for SA with nice M rated tag. These were worn on one shoulder of the infamous SA brown shirt. Standard brown braid with silver threading. The backing on this example is a muted yellow. Tag is nice and crisp with a few additional, period notations. An excellent example.
Very nice tunic removed Schutzpolizei sleeve eagle. This is the lighter colored example of two similar patches I am listing. Some stitching still present along the border from when it was on a uniform tunic. Patches that had clearly been used, of course, are always a little more interesting then the "unissued". Nice example.
WWII vintage German compass typical military use. Maker mark on bottom. Solid bakelite construction. Pressure snap works very well and compass action works perfectly.
Interesting Wehrpass. Not much filled out byut it appears this fellow, Robert Alois Flassenberg, was witht he recruiting department or Wehrbezicks Kommando. More interestingly, this group was in Hagenau (As seen on the stamps and entries both). This was the town shown in Band of Brothers. This town stayed in German hands until almost the end of the war and wwas featured in one of the later episodes "The Last Patrol"...
German army steel belt buckle. Some rust spotting here and there. Still, a nice, solid belt buckle.
Nice looking NSKK sleeve eagle. RZM tag remains but in obviously worn condition (See photo). There are a few thread loops remaining from when this was sewn on a tunic. Nice patch with a good degree of character.
Respectable pair of cavalry officer's spurs. One buckle and the end of the opposite leather strap are missing and it looks as if they were ripped open when buckled. The other spur shows an intact buckle and strap. Interesting item priced fairly considering damage.