Imperial German and WWII Collectibles by Brandywine Militaria Brandywine Militaria
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150718
Brandywine Militaria
$787
Interesting NSKK dagger. Personalized by some cat named "Feather" and dated Jan 2 1946. Not a bad job and I think this actually adds a bit instead of hurting it. Engraving is on the scabbard which has nice, original black paint in great shape. Blade is very nice with good blackening and cross graining visible. Blade has a bit of black oxidation right where it meets the cross guards. The cross guards show some spotting but plating is still in good shape throughout. Handle has some light stress c...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150597
Brandywine Militaria
$55
Neat leather tinnie for Gau Tag 1935 Darmstadt. Leather is always a neat variation, but as usual the pin is repaired.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150552
Brandywine Militaria
$50
Nice 1937 Gautag tinnie. Good looking eagle over sword with bronzed finish.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150275
Brandywine Militaria
Sold, Thank You
Obviously, this is important. For the price of a decent army dagger one can own a unique piece of history. I am sorry to have to block part of the image but for now I have paid for it and own it (It wasn't cheap). From his outfit and I would assume pre-war. If anyone knows who he is meeting with, input would be much appreciated. This came out of a very interesting grouping I recently acquired including photos and very early NSDAP photograph postcards from the 1923 Deutschertag Nurnberg with Hoff...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150185
Brandywine Militaria
$30
Lineol radio operator. No, he isn't shotting a gun but he's still cool. Tiny crack to neck but no wobble there. Some paint scuffing but still very presentable. These things sure are fun.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1150184
Brandywine Militaria
$30
Very cool Elastolin soldier. The usual light couple of cracks and some light paint scuffs but still very presentable. The guys firing the machine guns are cool but I don't recall seeing the guy walking with the machine gun before. He looks to be getting ready for business.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1148830
Brandywine Militaria
$3,489
Excellent mid-war complete uniform for army artillery leutnant, right down to the suspenders and boots. Because of the detailed photography necessary I am splitting this into two separate listings. The fabric throughout is perfect, fresh and undamaged. This uniform was well cared for, possibly right off the rack as the tailor tag is still in the pocket (In French) and the label sewn in the inside pocket has the same tailor emblem (JB). The best way to describe this is to point out the few negati...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1148829
Brandywine Militaria
$3,489
Excellent mid-war complete uniform for army artillery leutnant, right down to the suspenders and boots. Because of the detailed photography necessary I am splitting this into two separate listings. The fabric throughout is perfect, fresh and undamaged. This uniform was well cared for, possibly right off the rack as the tailor tag is still in the pocket (In French) and the label sewn in the inside pocket has the same tailor emblem (JB). The best way to describe this is to point out the few negati...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1148815
Brandywine Militaria
$111
First pattern SA sports badge.The bad news is the 4 oxidation spots on the front. The good news is that this is the first pattern used from March 1934 to January 1935. It is also a premier maker, Lauer, Nurnberg - Berlin. Over a million sports badges were awarded so 29292 is very low. Really a very nice example.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1148289
Brandywine Militaria
$279
This buckle is just about perfect so not much to say. I know someone could find some little ping or little scratch so I will call it near mint. It is just about perfect and I doubt a better could be found. This is out of my collection.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1147229
Brandywine Militaria
$169
Matching K98 in rough condition but priced accordingly. Handle is complete and unbroken but well worn as per photos. Bottom part of the blade is very nice but shows watermarks towards the end and is a tiny bit rough on the spine towards the tip and tip is a tiny bit blunted. I imagine the watermarks could clean up pretty well and there are no nicks. The shape of the scabbard is basically OK with a very subtle impression towards the tip, but the surface is well worn. The frog is tough but the lea...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1146854
Brandywine Militaria
$68
This classic book is a pictorial history of the NSDAP and Hitler's rise to power. It is another of those interesting books with separately attached photos. While in decent overall shape, I find this one is missing 6 of 225 photos. Many are not attached tightly as the original owner seems to have had an e light touch with the glue. The cover must also have been cracked on the front inside as the binding is retaped there. Priced accordingly. No matter what one thinks of the NSDAP, the rise to powe...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1146818
Brandywine Militaria
Sold, Thank You
Overseas navy cap. The cockade looks a little weird like it was replaced somewhere along the way. Other then that everything is real and original on a nice Kriegsmarine side cap, priced accordingly. Name "Berger" written onthe inside.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Souvenirs : Pre 1940 item #1146652
Brandywine Militaria
$99
Very cool trench art ashtray. The match holder at the top is engraved on both sides. One side shows a crown and reads "NEDERLAND HERRUST". The other side reads "BEVRUDING SPEKH-HEIDE 17 SPETEMBER 1944". I belive "Bevruding" should be "Bevrijding" which means "Liberation". The date of Sept 17, 1945 coincides with the begginning of Operation Market Garden. The interesting point here is that Market Garden was not much of a success and the failure to finish this battle as planned was immortalized in...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1146650
Brandywine Militaria
$140
Soft leather holster for a Walther P38. In good, original condition except for the addition of the rawhide strap that has the look of a veteran add on. Markings on back are not pressed on very hard so difficult to make out. Code looks like DKB but last letter is super faint. Below that is a "44" and what looks like a light waffenamt. Honest example.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1146616
Brandywine Militaria
$69
These books are really cool when they are all filled in. The book was originally purchased empty and customers could get a photograph with every pack of cigarettes. The photos are colored and very well done and the finished product, with 270 photos, is very impressive. Even the flak image on the front is raised and embossed. This one only has a little over 20 photos so is priced to sell. There are a couple of spots where it looks like photos were removed but mostly just empty as if the fellow ga...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1146547
Brandywine Militaria
$245
Very cool hate belt type of souvenir put together by a veteran after WWII. Some are full of garbage but this one has three neat pieces on it. Nice Luftwaffe belt but some trimming of the leather on the end. The buckle is a nice luftwaffe EM buckle. On the belt are two very nice silver British coins dated 1940 and earlier. Last is a Frauenschaft leader enamel pin/badge, the leader level having blue trim. The enamel on this badge is perfect. Really neat set.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1145942
Brandywine Militaria
$499
Very nice condition fire police NCO visor cap. Just a small area of where on the rear edge (See final photo). Insignia is nice and sunk in with a been-there-forever look. Nice celluloid maker diamond from a firm that specializes in fire fighting equipment. Stamps designate this hat as being from the Obersalzberg area police force with inspector dates of 1942 and 1943. While the hat is certainly correct, I don't know how to tell if these markings are legit but I would assume nobody would be addin...