Imperial German and WWII Collectibles by Brandywine Militaria Brandywine Militaria
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1236096
Brandywine Militaria
$42
Nice Wehrfahig tinnie type stickpin with a large eagle over a shield displaying a grenade and a helmet resting on oak leaves. A little over 5cm high and a little under 5cm wide. Wehrfahig pins were worn by newly recruited or drafted military personnel before they were in uniform.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1236087
Brandywine Militaria
$139
30 Pfennig coin with Hitler bust. Over the years I have seen a handful of these turn up. While they are scarce there are too many to call a "prototype" so I imagine it was a trial run of some sort. At any rate, an interesting and hard to find item.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1236076
Brandywine Militaria
$29
Very nice RAD athletic shirt patch. Not a terribly rare piece of insignia but an extremely nice example being crisp and snow white clean throughout except for one tiny spot along the border (See second image). Noce patch.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Pre 1800 item #1236075
Brandywine Militaria
$124
Very interesting short length of tarred rope recovered from the wreck of the Invincible, the first of seven Invincibles which was sunk in 1758. This piece came with a signed certificate of authenticity from the Invincible Conservation group. I would not have but the previous owner trimmed the COA to fit in the mount but it is done and it fits well so I will include the mount with the rope and certificate. Riker mount is about 21x16x5 cm. Neat item from a famous ship.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1950 item #1235928
Brandywine Militaria
$239
Superb heer belt buckle with leather tab. Tab is marked H. AURICH DRESDEN 1942 and is in great condition with soft, healthy leather. As seen in the photos there are two linear scrapes on the front of the tab and a slightly discolored corner on the reverse; Looks like it got a small oil stain. Buckle has the stylized HA logo on the reverse just to the left of the swaz but it is very light and barely shows in my last photograph. But it is there...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Accessories : Pre 1837 VR item #1235913
Brandywine Militaria
$589
Here is a truly fascinating piece with a great look to it. Four place round ball bullet mold. The mold portion is brass. The smallest ball mold diameter is about 7mm and the largest is about 13mm. The swiveling arms are iron and the handles are wood. The brass portion has written on the side FAI PAR COUPIL A BONNETABLE. The design is simple but when the handles are swiveled out and squeezed it is clear that plenty of pressure can be brought to bear...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1235897
Brandywine Militaria
$188
This is an extremely interesting badge from the February 25 1934 swearing of the oath of allegiance to Adolf Hitler. It was a day of infamy when the Wehrmacht took such an oath and paved the way for the crimes that were to follow and be condoned and even aided by the German army. The event for which this badge was issued was a similar event in which around a million party members made a similar oath. Perhaps it seemed like a good idea at the time...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1235896
Brandywine Militaria
$187
This is an extremely interesting badge from the February 25 1934 swearing of the oath of allegiance to Adolf Hitler. It was a day of infamy when the Wehrmacht took such an oath and paved the way for the crimes that were to follow and be condoned and even aided by the German army. The event for which this badge was issued was a similar event in which around a million party members made a similar oath. Perhaps it seemed like a good idea at the time...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Decorations : Pre 1990 item #1235718
Brandywine Militaria
$99
Nice looking Italian Cavaliere Order of Merit medal. Shows four eagles around a white enamel central cross suspended from a crown formed from a crenelated castle tower. Great looking medal.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1950 item #1235594
Brandywine Militaria
$47
Very attractive photograph of an army panzer officer. Good quality photo, probably taken in a studio as it looks professional and is an unusual size at about 8x7.5cm. This officer is nicely decorated with what looks to be a silver panzer assault badge, wound badge, Iron Cross 2nd class ribbon and an Iron Cross 1st class. That particular combination of medals usually did not come cheaply. Reverse is dated 1943 and has the fellow's name which I can't quite make out...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1235340
Brandywine Militaria
$499
Very nice 1st Class 1939 Iron Cross. Proper construction for the hallmark 65 which indicates this was made by the firm Klein & Quenzer A.G. Idar Oberstein. The cross itself is in superb condition throughout. The leatherette covered case shows the usual shelf wear as per attached images. The snap works fine but the box is a little tight and needs to be held open. I assume this is from the fabric at the hinge area shrinking a bit. Not a big deal at any rate. Great looking medal.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Decorations : Pre 1940 item #1235334
Brandywine Militaria
$179
Very interesting badge. The Hungarian Combat Leadership badge was awarded to officer's who led a unit of up to regiment strength in live combat. This is an award that carried a solid level of prestige. This badge was active from 1922 to 1944 so obviously most were awarded for WWII service. I am not sure if this would have been awarded for previous WWI service but certainly a good decoration either way. Good looking award with attractive enamel work.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Accessories : Pre 1940 item #1234222
Brandywine Militaria
$1,199
Very cool WWII era Type 92 (T-92) Machine Gun Scope. Optics are nice and clear with grid showing. Good looking piece throughout with the correct markings. Also includes the original carrying case with unbroken strap and leather tab. Scope fits nice and snug into slide groove in case. Great piece throughout.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Souvenirs : Pre 1970 item #1234076
Brandywine Militaria
$221
Very cool plaque given "To General Harold K. Johnson, Chief of Staff United States Army from 1st Air Cavalry Division Artillery On The Occasion of Christmas 1965". Nice central metal map of Vietnam. 11 DI crests around the border are all in nice shape except one which is missing one post causing it to swivel which is sort of nice because it shows how they were mounted; Mainly direct mounted instead of having the posts broken off and the crest glued to the wood...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1233157
Brandywine Militaria
$1,100
Very nice tombac Air Gunner / Radio Operator badge. Nice example made by C.E. Juncker Berlin. Really a wonderful, top notch badge.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1233152
Brandywine Militaria
$39
Very interesting travel and tourism book for Germany for the 1935 year produced by the German America Line of cruise ships. Unfortunately it starts at page 19 so the beginning is a casualty of time. What remains is a fascinating write up of tourism points of interest in Germany, many period advertisements etc. The advertisements are very cool and offer a feel for prewar Germany. The inside of the rear cover is a large ad for the 1936 Olympics which was obviously a big deal for Germany...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1233060
Brandywine Militaria
$311
After the first disastrous winter on the Eastern Front the Germans realized that had to quickly develop better cold weather gear. This style of fur lined cap was popular with German soldiers in Russia. This has field grey wool construction with mottled rabbit fur lining. The front, ear flaps and rear neck all can fold down and can be held in place with the string tie. I am not going to go through the process of untying and retying but the next to last photo can offer an idea of what this looks l...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Souvenirs : Pre 1900 item #1233016
Brandywine Militaria
$409
Beautiful Mettlach stein that has been engraved as a shooting prize. Engraving looks to read something like "For keepsake of the Prussian King's shooting event August 1 1891 Feldwebel Muller. Feldwebel, of course, is an age old term for the equivalent of a staff sergeant. Stein itself is nicely marked with the Villeroy & Boch Mettalch ink stamp and shows the usual high quality of ceramic work typical of this quality oriented firm. Lovely example from a time when martial skills were highly prized...