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1942 Feldpost Nice example of Feldpost dated 21st July 1942, and post marked for Rinn in Austria. The front shows a scene of Judenstein a 907 metre high rock in the area of Rinn Austria. The reverse is neatly written and shows nice period post marks. A good example of original Feldpost.
2 Piece Ribbon Bar. WW1 EK2 and Hindenburg Cross with swords ribbon bar in good used condition. The Cross with swords was awarded in 1934 for veterans of combat in WW1. Professionally mounted and in good used condition with a fully functional pin and clasp.
3 Piece Button Hole Ribbon. A good button hole ribbon for the WW1 EK2, Hindenburg Cross and the KVK. Nicely mounted and a little grubby through age, but still a nice piece.
Anschlussmedaille Sudetenland. A good original non-maker marked Court Mounted Czech Anschluss medal. The medal is in very good condition, has been professionally mounted and has a fully functional pin and clasp.
British Dust Goggles. This is a full packet of un-used Dust Goggles as issued to the British Army for Desert use. These are the same goggles that Feldmarschallgeneral Erwin Rommel used during the Afika campaign. 5 of the 6 piece's are still wrapped in their original paper and probably haven't seen the light of day. the packaging is still in pretty good condition and as can be seen, dated 1943.
British Home Guard Lapel Badge. A good original brass buttonhole lapel badge for a member of the Home Guard in used condition. Some of the blue enamel has chipped away at the lower left corner, but otherwise in pretty good condition.
Bronze Panzerkampfabzeichen. A very good original Bronze example of the Panzer Assault Badge in brass/Tombak. The badge is non-maker marked, but a known variant from the manufacturer B H Mayer of Pforzheim, see p406/407 type 4.1.1 of Philippe De Bocks book The German Panzer Assault Badge. A very good hollow badge that in my opinion has never been worn and is in un-used condition.
Czech Anschluss Medaille Bandspange. A very good original ribbon bar for the Czech occupation medal. The bar has been professionally mounted and has a fully functional pin and clasp and is in good clean used condition.
Czech Occupation Medal. Good original example of the Czech occupation medal that was awarded to all Wehrmacht personnel that participated in the 1st Oktober 1938 occupation. This non-maker marked piece is in good condition, showing good age patina and comes with it's original piece of ribbon that has been stitched across the top, probably to facilitate a pin and clasp.
De-contamination Tablet Container. A very good original de-contamination tablet container manufactured in bakelite and maker marked. This little container would have been carried by the combat troops of the Wehrmacht in their kit. Dated 1940 and with a makers mark of Gr, this is a great little piece of original equipment.
DJ Rank Insignia. Very nice uniform removed rank insignia for a member of the Deutsche Jugend. This abzeichen would have been worn on the sleeve and denotes the rank of an Oberjungenschaftsfuhrer. Nicely woven in silver thread, the original black threads are still evident from where it has been un-stitched. A very nice original DJ related insignia. REDUCED IN PRICE
DJ/HJ Rank Insignia. A very nice original example of a Deutsches Jungvolk Oberjungzugfuhrer or Hitler Jugend Marine Oberscharfuhrer rank insignia. Of typical construction, with machine woven fine silver thread to black wool type material that is backed with black linen, and shows traces of it's original RZM label. A very good collectible piece of HJ insignia, that may have been uniform removed.
DJ/HJ Rank Insignia. Very good original example of a Deutsches Jungvolk Oberjungenscharftsfuhrer abzeichen in un-used condition. Machine woven in fine silver thread on black wool type material that is linen backed, this really is a nice piece of DJ/HJ insignia. The RZM label is missing, but there are still traces of the glue residue from where it was once adhered.
DJ/HJ Rank Insignia. Very good original example of a Marine Hitler Jugend Oberottenfuhrer or Deutsches Jungvolk Oberhordenfuhrer's rank insignia worn on the sleeve. This badge is in the typical style of fine machine woven silver thread on woollen cloth that is linen backed. There are faint signs of where the original paper RZM label was once adhered. Another good piece of original HJ insignia.
DJ/HJ Rank Insignia. This is a superb example of an original Deutsches Jungvolk Oberjungzugfuhrer or Marine Hitler Jugend Oberscharfuhrer rank sleeve insignia. The black cloth is embroidered in fine thread, and the badge has a black linen backing to the reverse. A very nice piece of DJ/HJ insignia.
DJ/HJ Rank Insignia. A very good original Deutsches Jugend rank insignia badge for a Jungzugfuhrer. These insignia were also used by the Marine Hitler Jugend Scharfuhrer. The insignia is in very good un-used condition and still retains it's original RZM tab to the reverse.
Early "Legion Condor" Black Wound Badge. A very nice early original variant of the black wound badge in good condition. This brass manufactured piece is non-maker marked and has a fully functional pin and clasp. With the majority of it's original black paint still present and only some slight rubbing to the high points the badge has good patina. These early variants are not that easily found especially in this condition.
Early "Legion Condor" Silver Wound Badge. A very nice early wound badge in the silver grade manufactured in brass. Non-maker marked and with a fully functional pin and clasp, this early piece is in good condition. With traces of it's original silver wash still present to the front and a good percentage still present to the reverse, the badge shows nice patina. These original early variants are not that easily found, especially in the silver grade.
Eiserne Kreuz 1 Klasse. A very nice original EK1 in superb condition. Maker marked L11 for the manufacturer Wilhelm Deumer of Ludenscheid, this 3 piece magnetic constructed cross is a very good example. Showing bright silver frames and ribbing and with all of it's original black paint to the core and with a fully functional pin and clasp marked L11 just under the hook. One of the more sought after makers.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse Bandspange. A good original ribbon bar for the EK2 in used condition. This variant has a fully functional pin and clasp and is professionally mounted in a different style to what is normally found.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse Bandspange. A good original ribbon bar for the EK2 professionally mounted and with a fully functional pin and clasp.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse und Ostfront Bandspange. A button hole style variant ribbon bar for the EK2 and Eastern Front medal in very good condition.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse. A very good original EK2 ring marked 65 for the manufacturer Klein und Queazier of Idar-Oberstein. This 3 piece constructed cross has all of it's original black paint to the magnetic core and shows great patina to the frames and ribbing. Comes with it's original piece of ribbon.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse. A very good original EK2 ring marked 55 for the manufacturer J E Hammer und Sohne of Geringswalde. This 3 piece constructed cross has all of it's original black paint to the magnetic core and shows great patina to the frames and ribbing. Comes with it's original piece of ribbon.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse. A very good original EK2 ring marked 27 for the manufacturer Anton Schenkl of Wien. This 3 piece constructed cross has all of it's original black paint to the magnetic core and shows great patina to the frames and ribbing. Comes with it's original piece of ribbon. Quite a difficult maker to find.
Eiserne Kreuz 2 Klasse. A good original non-maker marked EK2. This 3 piece constructed magnetic variant shows superb patina to the frames and ribbing and has all of it's original black paint to the Iron core. This known variant cross comes with it's original piece of ribbon.
EK1 and EK2 Miniature Lapel Pin. A very good and not that easily found civilian wear lapel pin for the Eiserne Kreuz 1 and 2. This non-maker marked 16mm original pin is in very good condition with all of it's original silver wash and black paint.
EK2 und Westwall Bandspange. A very good original ribbon bar for the Eiserne Kreuz Klasse 2 and the Westwall Medal. The ribbon bar has been professionally mounted, has a fully functional pin and clasp to the reverse and is in very good condition.
Fallschirmjager Lapel Pin. A very good postwar civilian wear veterans lapel pin for the members of the Fallschirmjager. This non-maker marked 16mm example is in very good condition.
Fuhrer Postcard. A good original colour postcard of AH in un-used condition. The postcard shows some slight signs of wear to the corners and some scuff marks to the front, but overall nothing untoward. Quite a hard to find example.
Fuhrer Postcard. A very hard to find original coloured postcard of the Fuhrer in very good condition. This used example has been franked and stamped for his birthday 20th April 1938. With no rips, just the usual worn corners, this postcard would stand out in any collection. Portrait postcards of the Fuhrer paintings are becoming very difficult to obtain, especially in this condition.
Gas De-Contamination Fluid Bottle. A good original bakelite bottle for the "Hautentgiftungssalbe", ointment applied in case of a gas attack. These small orange bottles would have been carried as part of a combat troops equipment. Dated 1943 and marked to the bottom of the bottle, these are sold as found, but will clean up.
Gas De-Contamination Fluid Bottle. A good original bakelite bottle for the "Hautentgiftungssalbe", ointment applied in case of a gas attack. These small orange bottles would have been carried as part of a combat troops equipment. Dated 1943 and marked to the bottom of the bottle, these are sold as found, but will clean up.
Gas Mask Lens. A set of original spare lenses for the Wehrmacht gas mask. Still in their un-opened wrapping as found. These are found in the small compartment in the lid of the gas mask container.
Gas Mask Lens. A set of original spare lenses for the Wehrmacht gas mask. Still in their un-opened wrapping as found. These were kept in the small compartment in the lid of the gas mask container.
Gebirgsjager Postcard. A very good original un-used postcard depicting a Mountain Troop Platoon on manoeuvres in the snow laden mountains. With no rips or creases this postcard is in very good condition.
Heer Dagger. This is one of the rarest examples of the Heer dagger that can be found from the manufacturer Paul Seilheimer of Solingen. The dagger shows great patina to the cross guard and scabbard, and in my opinion has never been cleaned. The blade shows good crossgrain but does have some marks which I can only assume are from water damage, but it is still in good clean condition. Nice and tight to the scabbard and with a pair of very nice hangers which do show signs of wear, but are still in good order and are DRGM marked. Has a good crack free orange grip with a nice original portapee tied in the correct manner. The scabbard has had some heavy treatment over the years and does have one small shallow dent between the hanging rings and some minor damage can be found to the lower end, but this is obviously from being worn and used over 75 years a go.
Heer Oberschutze Abzeichen. Nice un-used Heer insignia manufactured on typical feldgrau cloth and embroidered in fine white thread that has darkened to a slightly bronze colour with age. Good piece of original insignia.
Hilf Mit Magazines/Papers. More photographs of this excellent and rare to find collection.
Hilf Mit Magazines/Papers. Here we have 14 original issues of "Hilf Mit" the HJ paper in a special issue folder dated for 1935 to 1936. The publications are all together and in pretty good condition for being nearly eighty years old. Please study the photo's. The folder has suffered from worm, which has burrowed through to the last issue in the folder, from having probably sat on an old wooden chest for many years in someones attic. The damage isn't that serious, and doesn't spoil this fine collection. There are 3 issue's which are not bound to the folder, and are loose. One of these is the very first issue published in 1933, and features Joseph Goebbels delivering a speech on the front cover. The other two loose editions are January 1935 and April 1935. Then inside the folder we have:- October 1935, November 1935, January 1936 through to September 1936. The folder bound issue's are in very good condition apart from Septembers issue which has suffered from worm, but it isn't anything to untoward. Overall this is a really nice piece of TR history that would be very difficult to find, especially in it's very rare to find folder.
HJ Leistungsabzeichen im Silber. A good original miniature Hitler Jugend Achievement badge. This silver 16mm variant is RZM marked M1/36 for the manufacturer Berg & Nolte AG of Ludenscheid. Most of the silver wash has faded through age, but there are some traces still evident to the front. The reverse is clearly marked and has a fully functional pin and clasp.
HJ Postcard. A good original postcard depicting a young member of the Hitler Jugend in used condition. The postcard does have some minor wear and is discoloured through age, but is still and good example. Dated 19th May 1934 and bearing a good Deutsches Reich stamp and franking mark.
Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen A good original example of an IAB in bronze from the maker Hermann Aurich of Dresden. This zinc manufactured badge has lost a good percentage of it's original bronze wash but traces of it are still evident. Typical pin and clasp set up for an Aurich piece which is fully functional, and the makers mark can be clearly seen below the hinge.
Infanterie-Sturmabzeichen. A good original solid zinc Silver Infantry Assault Badge. This is a non-maker marked example, but a known variant, see Sascha Webers book p 203. Most of the silver wash has faded, but is still evident, and the detail is still quite crisp. A fully functional crimped wire catch and delicate fine wire sheet metal hinge can be found to the reverse.
Infantry Lapel Pin. This is a very nice veterans lapel pin for the 76th Infantry Division. Maker marked and numbered to the reverse Fehlow Berlin 835. The pin is manufactured from tombak and still retains a very good percentage of its silver wash. A very nice original post war pin, that is not easily found.
K98 Ammunition Boxes. A set of 3 original cardboard ammo boxes that would carry the 7.92 rounds for the K98 Mauser. The 3 matching boxes would have carried 15 rounds in each and with the red i.L. marking this depicts that the rounds would have been clipped and the white label depicts that they were brass cartridges. The boxes are in good order with just some minor wear and are nicely marked and dated.
Kameraden wir Marschieren. A very good original small NSLB Summer Camp song and music book for the Gau Wurtt district in used condition. The book has 30 pages and measures 10cm x 14.4cm with 15 songs and music. The book has also been used by the original owner as there are written notes on the spare pages at the the back of the book. Some slight creases to the cover and wear to the corners of the pages, but there are no rips or tears and just the usual yellowing from age.
Kriegsmarine Coastal Artillery Badge. This is a very nice early brass/tombak original variant from the sought after maker C E Juncker of Berlin. The badge shows great patina and has a fully functional pin and clasp to the reverse side where the makers mark can be clearly seen, FEC-Otto Placzek-Berlin. Ausf. C E Juncker-Berlin.
Kriegsmarine Minesweepers Badge. This is a very nice early brass/tombak original variant from the sought after maker Schwerin of Berlin. The badge shows great patina and has a fully functional pin and clasp to the reverse side where the makers mark can be clearly seen, FEC-Otto Placzek-Berlin. Ausf. Schwerin-Berlin.
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A very good original postcard featuring the Panzerschiff Scharnhorst . The postcard is in good un-used condition with no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing from age..
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A very good un-used original postcard featuring an S-Boat (Schnellboot) in action on the high sea. The postcard has no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing and minor spotting from age.
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A very good un-used original postcard featuring a U-Boat (Unterseeboot) in action on the high sea. The postcard has no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing and minor spotting from age.
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A very good original postcard featuring an S-Boat and a Seamans song. The postcard is in very good un-used condition with no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing from age.
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A very good un-used original postcard featuring the Battle Cruiser Scharnhorst. The postcard is in good condition with no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing from age and some very minor spotting.
Kriegsmarine Postcard. A good original postcard showing a flotilla of U-Boats in dock at Kiel. The postcard is in fair un-used condition with no rips or creases, but it has been stuck at some stage into an album as traces of glue residue are evident to the reverse side, and it does have the usual yellowing from age and some minor marks.
Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2 Klasse ohne Schwertern. A very nice early brass/tombak KVK 2nd class without swords. In very good condition, non maker marked and with it's original piece of ribbon, this is a nice award. These war merit medals were issued to civilians whereas the one's with swords were issued to combat personnel.
Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2 Klasse ohne Schwertern. A very nice early brass/tombak KVK 2nd class without swords. In very good condition, non maker marked and with it's original piece of ribbon, this is a nice award. These war merit medals were issued to civilians whereas the one's with swords were issued to combat personnel.
Krimschild. A good used original Krim Shield from the maker Wilhelm Deumer of Ludenscheid. Not marked but a known variant. The shield has lost it's original cloth and paper backing and does show some signs of corrosion, but this will clean up, and all four prongs are still intact. Could still be used to adorn a field jacket or just simply for display.
KVK 1 Klasse mit Schwerten. A very nice early brass/tombak War Merit Cross with swords from the rare maker Carl Poellath of Schrobenhausen. The cross shows very good patina and has all of it's original silver wash still present and in my opinion has never been cleaned. A fully functional pin and clasp which is marked 84 can be found to the reverse. Quite a difficult example to be found.
KVK 2 Klasse mit Schwerten Bandspange. Good original example of a War Merit with Swords ribbon bar. The bar has a fully functional pin and clasp to the reverse, and the ribbon shows no mothing or damage. A very good original piece.
KVK 2 Klasse mit Schwerten. A non-maker marked zinc manufactured War Merit Cross with Swords. The cross shows good patina, but also has a little bit of verdigris showing to the centre and on one arm, but this can be cleaned up with a touch of olive oil. Still a good original piece that comes with it's original length of ribbon.
KVK 2 Klasse mit Schwerten. Good early original example of a War Merit with Swords medal in very good condition. This nice early Tombak piece is non-maker marked and shows good age patina, and comes with it's original short length of ribbon. These KVK's are very under estimated medals.
Luftwaffe Boot Knife. This is one of the best conditioned Boot Knives that I have had in my procession over the years and these original combat knives are also becoming harder to find. Originally issued to the Luftwaffe and Fallschirmjager but became more generally used as the war went on. This example is in very good condition with all of it's original paint to the scabbard and a good clean blade that does show some signs of usage, but is still nice and bright with only a couple of slight marks. Maker marked with the little stick bird and the number 6.
Luftwaffe Cap Adler. This is a really nice original Feldmutze Adler for the Luftwaffe Panzer Division Hermann Goring. In near mint condition and of typical manufacture woven on to a black wool backing, it would be very difficult to find a better example.
Luftwaffe Gefreiter Insignia. A good original arm chevron for a Lance Corporal in the Luftwaffe in used condition. The insignia has been uniform removed in my opinion and is of typical manufacture of silver braid on blue grey wool type backing.
Luftwaffe Trade Badge. Radar Operators trade badge in very good un-issued condition. Manufactured in typical blue/grey wool like material and machine embroidered in fine silver/white thread. A very nice original piece of Lufty insignia that isn't that easily found.
MG Gunners Measuring Tape. An original 20 metre tape measure as used by the MG Gunners teams for marking out their range. This leather bound tape is in fairly worn used condition and has lost the markings for about the first metre, obviously through age and wear. The brass retrieving handle has also broken off, but could be repaired or even replaced. The leather casing is still in very good condition and has no loose stitching. A good piece of original MG kit that is not that often found.
MG34/42/53 Ammunition Belt. A good original ammo belt for the MG's that holds 50 rounds of 7.92 ammo. Fully functional and in very good condition with the makers initials gbd.
Miniature Mutter Kreuz. A very good original miniature Mothers Cross in Bronze. Professionally mounted with a fully functional pin and clasp and all of it's enamel intact apart from one very small area to the 3 o'clock arm, but still a good example that is quite hard to come by.
Olympic 36 Postcard. A very good original postcard depicting the Olympic torch bearer in used condition. Neatly written on to the reverse and bearing a pair of very good Deutsches Reich Olympic stamps which are franked for Berlin and dated 3rd August 1936.
Original Die Wehrmacht. 7 original copies of the Third Reich period newspaper "Die Wehrmacht". The newspapers are in fairly good condition and all together, apart from 2 that have detached covers, but overall for their age they have survived very well. They are dated for August, September, October, November and December 1937, January, March 1939, and July 1940. A good example of these Third Reich periodicals.
Ost Front Medaille. A good original zinc Eastern Front Medal from the maker Klein und Quenzer of Idar-Oberstein. The ring is marked 65 and the medal is in good condition with a good percentage of it's silver wash still present to the outer rim and Stahlhelm, and there is no zinc bubbling which is quite common for these medals. Comes with it's original short piece of ribbon.
Ostfront Medaille. A good original non-maker marked Eastern Front medal with some slight traces of it's original silver wash still present to the outer rim. A good example with no zinc bubbling which is often found with these medals, and comes with it's original long length of ribbon.
P08 Luger Holster. A very good reproduction holster in black leather for the P08 Luger. Nicely marked like the originals, this would look like the real thing if it was aged. Quality item for the re-enactor or for display.
Panzer Feldpost. A good original postcard that has been used as Feldpost depicting an artists painting of a Panzer on the Eastern Front. The postcard is in good condition with no rips but there is some minor wear and creasing to the corners. Neatly written on the reverse and bearing a good clear Feldpost unit stamp dated 14th January 1943.
Panzer Postcard. A very good used original Panzer postcard depicting a song about advancing to the Eastern Front. Dated 10th February 1945 and bearing a good Deutsches Reich stamp and franking mark the postcard has no rips or creases.
Panzer Postcard. A very good original postcard from the wartime propaganda artist Wolfgang Willrich depicting Panzer Commander Oberleutnant von Jaworski. The postcard is in very good un-used condition with no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing from age and some slight wear to the corners.
Polizei MP40 Pouch. An original set of leather MP38/40 pouches used by the German Police during WW2. Neatly marked and dated 1938 to the reverse side and still in fully functional condition. There is one small defect where it looks like a round has either gone off or the original wearer was shot, as there is a burn hole about half way down on one side. Still a nice set and quite hard to find in such good condition with all the stitching still intact.
Polizei Stahlhelm. A very nice original aluminium Polizei helmet in good condition. The inner rim is nicely marked with a letter A and the original label is still attached to the inner dome. The liner is still in good condition and named for the original owner but could do with being cleaned up and maybe a touch of leather conditioner, and the leather chin strap is all there but will need a bit of TLC too. Not sure if the outer shell has been repainted, but the inner is still the original paint. These helmets were used post war and could have been repainted to cover the original decals. Still a very good example.
Propaganda Postcard. Depicting a scene from the First World War and dated 10th April 1938, this original postcard is in good used condition. With no rips or creases and just a small stain to the upper middle and the usual yellowing from age. Bears a good Deutsches Reich stamp and clear franking mark for Breslau to the reverse.
Propaganda Postcard. A very good used original postcard depicting a member of the Wehrmacht saving his Kommerad on the battle field. The postcard is in very good condition with no rips or creases and just the usual yellowing through age and bearing a very good original Deutsches Reich stamp and franking mark for Krakau dated 13-15th August 1943.
Propaganda Postcard. Superb un-used but franked postcard dated 10th September 1937 depicting the Nurnberg Rally and issued by the NSDAP. This original card has no rips or creases and is in very good condition. Quite a rare piece to find in such nice condition.
Propaganda Postcard. A good used original propaganda postcard in very good condition. The postcard has no rips or creases, just some minor yellowing from age and bears a very nice Grossdeutsches Reich stamp which has been franked for Krakau and dated 13-15th August 1943.
Propaganda Postcard. A very good original un-used propaganda postcard in colour. The card has no rips or creases and is in excellent condition.
Propaganda Postcard. A very good original NSDAP propaganda postcard that has been franked and stamped but not written on. In very good condition with no rips or creases and bearing a nice stamp and franking mark for Krakau dated 15th - 17th August 1941.
Propaganda Postcard. A very nice and quite difficult to find propaganda postcard in good un-used condition. With no rips or creases and just some slight yellowing from age, this really is a nice hard to find example.
Propaganda VDA Leaflet. This original propaganda leaflet dated 1941, is part of a collectible series produced to raise funds and donations for the VDA. Depicting the "Resettlement of The Fuhrer", this piece is in good condition with no rips or creases, but showing signs of age from yellowing, and a couple of very minor stains. A5 size measuring 21cm x 15cm.
Reichsjugendsportabzeichen. A very good original cloth example manufactured in typical BeVo style and comes with a small lapel badge that measures 15mm in diameter and is maker marked for Werstein Jena.
Reichsportabzeichen im Bronze. A good original example of a DRL badge in used condition. Maker marked Wernstein Jena and DRGM 35269 to the reverse with a fully functional pin and clasp. The badge shows good patina and in my opinion has never been cleaned.
Reichsportabzeichen im Silber. An original brass/tombak DRL sports badge in silver. The badge is in good condition with a good percentage of it's original silver wash still present, and is nicely marked to the reverse Werstein Jena and DRGM 35269, with a fully functional pin and clasp.
Repetition Clasp 1939 for Eiserne Kreuz 1 Klasse. One of the rarest spanges to the EK1 that can be found from the maker Wilhelm Deumer of Ludenscheid. This non-maker marked variant is a known example for this manufacturer and is in superb condition. Showing great patina to both the Adler and the clamshell screwback this piece in my opinion has never been cleaned. The screwback clamshell is still fully functional and the Adler shows great detail. Simply a superb and rare original example.
Reproduction K98 Mauser Rifle Sling. A very good brand new reproduction sling for the K98. Well made in good leather, this would be a great addition for the re-enactor or for display after ageing.
Reproduction P38 Soft Shell Holster. A very good quality reproduction P38 soft shell holster manufactured in leather. Ideal for the re-enactor or for display purposes.
Reproduction Panzer Goggles. These are a very nice pair of goggles that were worn by members of the Wehrmacht across the board, from Panzer crew to Motorcycle dispatch riders. very well made and exact to the originals. Easily the best on the market and great for both re-enactors or for display purposes. The Panzer side cap is for display purposes only.
SA Wehrabzeichen im Bronze. An early type 1 original SA sports badge in bronze from the rarer maker Bonner Kunstabz of Bedarf Bonn/RH. Nicely marked to the reverse with Eigentum d Chefs d Ausbildungswesens and a recipients number 138190, this really is a nice example. Minimum wear to the front and a fully functional pin and clasp to the reverse, and from a not so easily found maker.
Silber Panzerkampfabzeichen. A very good original Silver Panzer Assault Badge manufactured in brass/Tombak. The badge is non-maker marked, but a known variant from the manufacturer B H Mayer of Pforzheim, see p408 type 4.1.1 of Philippe De Bocks book The German Panzer Assault Badge. A very good hollow badge in slightly worn condition with most of it's silver wash still present and showing good patina.
Ski Jäger Abzeichen. This is a very good reproduction of the Gebirgsjager Feldmutze badge for a Ski Jager in aged condition. The badge would have been sewn to the side of the Field cap, and this repro has been made to look like it is a 70 odd year old piece of insignia. Good piece of insignia for the re-enactor or would even display nice.
SS Medical Record. A very good original SS Gesundheitsbuch (Health Book) dated 25th January 1943. I can't quite decipher who the book was for, but it does have an SS rank of SS Schutze to the front cover, but also has a sticker fixed to the top left corner for "Heer". There are quite a few entries inside, and the book would warrant further investigation, especially as this was about the time of the fall of Stalingrad. The book is in good condition with no serious rips or creases, and has a couple of separate documents folded inside the back cover.
U-Boot-Kriegsabzeichen Lapel Pin. A superb original stick pin for the U Boat War Badge in very good condition. A nice early non-maker marked known variant that is 18x15mm in size and has a slightly copper toned patina. Not an easily found example.
U-Boot-Kriegsabzeichen. An early original brass/tombak U Boat War Badge from the manufacturer C Schwerin & Sohn of Berlin. The badge is in very good condition but has had a period repair on the hook, still a very good original example from a sought after maker and an early variant too.
Verwundeten Abzeichen im Schwarz. A very good non-magnetic original example of the Black Wound Badge. This badge has no makers mark, and is not manufactured in brass but a metal that is either copper or cupal, I can not be sure, but it is definitely not steel as it is non magnetic. The badge has a good percentage of it's original black paint still present, but where it has worn the under lying metal is brown in colour, and a fully functional pin and clasp can be found to the reverse. A not so often encountered example.
Verwundeten Abzeichen im Schwarz. A very good original early example of the Black Wound Badge in worn condition. Manufactured in brass and with most of it's original paint worn away but showing very good patina, this non-maker marked variant is in good used condition and has a fully functional pin and clasp.
Wehrmacht Feldpost. A very good used original postcard that has been used as Feldpost. Dated 21st February 1942 and in very good condition with no rips or creases.
Wehrmacht Feldpost. A very good used original postcard depicting a Panzer gun crew in action. The postcard is in very good condition with no rips or creases and neatly written on the reverse. Dated 10th September 1939 and bearing a clear franking mark for Munster.
Wehrmacht Feldpost. A very good used original postcard that has been used as Feldpost and depicting a Gebirgsartillerie unit in action. In very good condition with some slight wear and the usual discolouration from age the postcard has been neatly written on to the reverse and bears a good unit Feldpost stamp dated 9th May 1943.
Wehrmacht K98 Ammo Pouches. A very good used set of 7.92 caliber ammo pouches for the K98. This original set is RBN numbered to the reverse side and with all tabs and inner dividers intact, this is a very good example with no split stitching.
Wehrmacht K98 Pouches. A really nice set of original K98 pouches in black leather. Stamped and dated dvy42 to the back side and still in very good fully functional condition with no loose stitching and all the inner dividers still intact.
Wehrmacht K98 Pouches. I am pretty sure that these original K98 pouches were originally Luftwaffe issued as they are the brown leather and have been blackened. A very good set in fully functional condition with no loose stitching and all the inner dividers still intact. They have been owner marked Herzog and are nicely stamped and dated to the back side LAGO Wien 1939. Getting more and more difficult to find nice conditioned original examples.
Wehrmacht Leather Belt. An absolute mint original leather belt in un-used condition. This black leather belt would have been issued to various units of the Wehrmacht, but predominantly the Heer or SS, although the SS were usually RZM marked. Nicely stamped with the manufacturer Gottlieb Singer of Klattau and dated 1943 and with a size stamping under the adjustment tab of 85. This belt has never been used and is in excellent condition with all stitching intact, and the clasp has a good percentage of it's original paint still evident.
Wehrmacht Postcard. I am not 100% sure whether this is a period postcard or not, so as such, I am selling as a reproduction. In very good un-used condition with no rips or creases and depicting a mortar team in combat action.
Wehrmacht Postcard. A good original used postcard depicting a gun crew in action during the winter months. The postcard is in very good condition with no rips or creases and bears a good Deutsches Reich stamp and franking mark for Hanau dated 14th September 1944.
Wehrmacht Postkarte. A very good un-used original postcard depicting combat troops in action. The postcard has no rips or creases and is in great condition.
Wehrmacht Song Book. Das Neue Soldaten Liederbuch in good condition. This superb little song book has 63 pages of 72 songs with the music and all pages intact. There is some wear to the cover especially the leading edge, but nothing to untoward and the usual yellowing from age is evident.
Wehrmacht Song Book. Das Neue Soldaten Liederbuch in very good condition. This superb little song book has 63 pages of 72 songs with the music and all pages intact. There are no rips, just some minor wear to the corners and the usual yellowing from age. Hard to find little book in such good condition.
West Wall Medal. A good original early brass/tombak Westwall medal in used condition. This non-maker marked medal comes with it's original piece of ribbon which is quite grubby from age.
Wolfgang Willrch Luftwaffe Postkarte. One of the rarer Willrich postcards to be found, depicting Ritterkreuztrager Feldwebel Gerhard Grenzel. This original postcard is in very good un-used condition and has no rips or creases.
Wolfgang Willrich Fallschirmjäger Postcard. A very good un-used postcard from Willrich featuring the Ritterkreuztrager Paratrooper Feldwebel Arpfe. The postcard has no rips or creases and is in very good condition.
Wolfgang Willrich Kriegsmarine Postkarte. Nice un-used postcard of Ritterkreuztrager Admiral Schniewind by Willrich. One of the harder to find postcards in the Kriegsmarine series, and in pretty good condition with no rips but some minor creasing to the left side edge. I think it could be slight water damage. Still a good original example and not that easily found.
Wolfgang Willrich Panzer Postkarte. A very nice original postcard depicting Panzer Generaloberst Rommel. The postcard has no rips or creases and is in excellent un-used condition, with just some slight spotting from age. A good example from the wartime propaganda artist Willrich.
Wolfgang Willrich Panzer Postkarte. Oberleutnant von Jaworski postcard by Willrich in very good un-used condition, with no rips or creases. The card does have some very slight yellowing from age, but overall a very good original example that isn't that easily found from this great wartime artist.
Wolfgang Willrich Panzer Postkarte. One of the more common examples from Willrich, but also one of the most sought after portraits of Panzer Division Generaloberst Rommel. The card is in near mint un-used condition, and has no rips or creases, and just some minor spotting from age. A very good original from the Wartime propaganda artist Wolfgang Willrich.
Wolfgang Willrich Postkarte. Not a rare original example, but one of the less common postcards to be found from the wartime propaganda artist Willrich depicting Generaloberst Guderian. In very good un-used condition with no rips but one small crease to the upper right corner and some minor wear to the other corners. Void of any writing and the usual discolouration from age, this is a good example.
Wolfgang Willrich Print. This is a reproduction of a Willrich print from the Lebenstaum Deutscher Art SS poster series. There are 12 prints in the original series, and I acquired 6 of the 12 from a source in America. Although the original prints are uv negative, I cannot be sure they are original, and I have only seen them in black and white. Therefore, I have had them professionally reprinted on quality 240gsm card, and am selling as reproductions, as they are such good images, and demonstrate exactly how good an artist Wolfgang Willrich actually was. Each print is approximately 260 x 350mm. Buy all 6 and only pay for 5. Free Postage within the UK
Wolfgang Willrich Print. This is a reproduction of a Willrich print from the Lebenstaum Deutscher Art SS poster series. There are 12 prints in the original series, and I acquired 6 of the 12 from a source in America. Although the original prints are uv negative, I cannot be sure they are original, and I have only ever seen them in black and white. Therefore, I have had them professionally reprinted on quality 240gsm card, and am selling as reproductions, as they are such good images, and demonstrate exactly how good an artist Wolfgang Willrich actually was. Each print is approximately 260 x 350mm. Buy all 6 and only pay for 5. Free Postage within the UK
Wolfgang Willrich Print. This is a reproduction of a Willrich print from the Lebenstaum Deutscher Art SS poster series. There are 12 prints in the original series, and I acquired 6 of the 12 from a source in America. Although the original prints are uv negative, I cannot be sure they are original, and I have only seen them in black and white. Therefore, I have had them professionally reprinted on 240gsm card, and am selling as reproductions, as they are such good images, and demonstrate exactly how good an artist Wolfgang Willrich actually was. Each print is approximately 260 x 350mm. Buy all 6 and only pay for 5. Free Postage within the UK
Wolfgang Willrich U-Boat Postcard. A very good original un-used postcard from the wartime artist Willrich depicting U-Boot-Kommandanten Kapitanleutnant Schulze who commanded U10, U64 and U124. The postcard is in very good condition with no rips or creases, just the usual wear to the corners and yellowing from age.
Wolfgang Willrich U-Boat Postcard. A very good un-used original postcard depicting the Engineering Officer of Kapitan Leutnant Gunther Priens U-Boat U47. This is one of the rarer postcards from the Willrich U-Boat series and is in super condition with no rips or creases, near mint.