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GERMAN WWII ARMY OBERSCHUTZ PATCH FIELD GREY BACKING.

A nice condition grey machine embroidered rank star on field grey green backing for the M.42 tunic.

Code: 78546

18.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII GERMAN CROSS IN GOLD

A very nice C.F.Zimmermann produced number ‘20’ marked German Cross in gold. This award has seen slight service wear, the enamel is completely undamaged, there is good gilt to the ‘1941’ dated wreath, slight rubbing to the high spots. The silver starburst still retains all its original silvering. The patinated central ray has thinness to the black chemically applied patination to the very tips. Some toning to the central silver disc behind the black swastika. Correct configuration for C.F.Zimmermann No.20. Wide tapering pin, original hook and hinge. Four domed hollow rivets. A nice example.

Code: 78719

2150.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS.

A silver worn Iron Cross 1st class, non maker marked, good finish to the main body of the central core with some slight paint loss to the high points of the swastika. Complete with its wide tapering pin, original hook and hinge.

Code: 78722

250.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS DISC BACK.

A nice condition Iron Cross 1st class with its original disc back with raised rim. Uniform retaining pin fitted to the upper arm of the cross. Marked ‘L18’ which is the manufacturer B.H.Mayer of Pforzheim’. Minor bubbling to the finish on the face side, good finish to the frame.

Code: 78641

325.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII DEFENCE OF BRESLAU HITLER YOUTH PAPER GROUPING.

An ultra rare group of four documents comprising the A5 size citation for the Infantry Assault badge in bronze awarded to HJ Kameradschaftsfuhrer Werner Redenbacher, who was a member of Melde-Zug/VS.Kampfbatl.21/41, issued in Breslau 20th April 1945. Pen signed by an Battalion Commander. Redenacher was serving in a messenger unit, the 41st was originally formed in Vienna. Stamped to the citation is the issue stamp of the 41st Battalion. The citation has been folded twice, together with his Hitler Youth identity document, a small sheet of paper bearing his name, date of issue 1st April 1945. The paper authorises him to pass through certain parts of Breslau as a messenger. Dated Festung Breslau 1st April 45. His DJ award marksman badge citation on brown card with badge number awarded 12th March 1942. A large studio portrait of him in HJ uniform, good condition. Breslau was bitterly defended from the 13th February to 6th May 1945, at this stage of the war HJ units were transferred from different parts of Germany to fight on the Eastern Front.

Code: 78727

575.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII ARMY LIGHTWEIGHT SENIOR NCO CAVALRY TUNIC.

A nice condition good medium size tropical colour canvas tunic worn by a Stabsfeldwebel in a cavalry unit. Dark green collar with NCO lace attached and a fine pair of Bevo woven yellow centred collar patches laid on a section of uniform cloth and attached to the tunic collar. A stitch-in set of very nice shoulder boards, cavalry yellow wool piped with gothic ‘K’ for a motorcycle unit to the centre with three rank pips and surrounding rank lace, one moth nip to one shoulder board. A Bevo silver woven on dark green NCO’s breast eagle attached with two upper pockets with pleats, two lower pockets hidden but with exterior flaps. Five button closure. Army Funkmeister embroidered yellow on green circular patch to the lower left hand sleeve. The tunic is completely unlined, to the lower left interior flap of the tunic a series of size stampings similar in configuration to the German style but in larger font, we believe this to be a Dutch made tunic.

Code: 78645

650.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII WOUND BADGE IN GOLD.

A beautiful quality and condition solid example, maker stamped ‘30’ in raised relief on the reverse side, this is the Vienna producing company. Wide straight pin.

Code: 78741

250.00 GBP

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BRITISH WWII LEATHER STRAPPED PARATROOPER HELMET.

A good example of the leather strapped British paratrooper helmet. The exterior shell has a good dark grey green finish, evidence to the finish where a net has been fitted to the helmet, a cross weave can be seen imprinted into the paint over the whole of the upper bowl area where the net would be fitted at its tightest and closest to the shell. To the interior the leather, canvas and Sorbo liner all good, evidence of minor wear use, proudly marked ‘BMB 7 3/8th’ with a clear date ‘1943’. The light Orange Sorbo rubber all intact and only partly solidified. The web cradle intact with the inner crown rubber cushion complete. The straps in excellent condition, slight green verdigris around some of the rivet heads where it reacts to the brass and leather. The British paratrooper helmets of WWII have a distinctive smell, which emanates from the Sorbo rubber, different than any other helmet that we encounter in our business.

Code: 78649

1450.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWI BADEN REGIMENT 170 ENLISTED MANS PICKELHAUBE PLUS COVER.

A rare combination of an enlisted ranks all leather pickelhaube with the helmet being regimentally marked and with its matching regimentally marked cover. The helmet shell is generally good, no distortion, some crazing overall to the skull with some slight losses to the Shellac. Both peaks are securely sewn to the helmet. The front brass peak trim unusually only having minor kinks to the inner peak trim. All of the other fittings, which include the back strap, non removable spike, and circular spike base, Baden front Griffin plate, matching brass buckles to the strap all match in colour and condition. The helmet is fitted with its rather aged black, white and red Prussian cockade with a matching condition Baden cockade, which the red circular centre can be seen but the gold edging is very faint. The helmet is complete with its 9 tongued liner, the liner is in excellent condition, leather supple, no dryness, no tips of tongues missing. The helmet is clearly regimentally marked ‘170’ with ‘J.R.’ to the rear peak. The helmet is with its correct enlisted mans cloth cover with all hooks present with the green numerals faintly applied ‘170’ to the front. Both to the front and back of the cover some of the Shellac from the helmet in heat has flooded onto the cover itself. A small pinhole, which maybe very slight shrapnel damage is to the right hand side of the rear peak with the hole matching on its cover. A shard of metal has pierced the cover then pierced the back peak. A very desirable trench worn piece.

Code: 78652

2200.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWI PRUSSIAN ENLSITED MANS 10/15 COMBAT BLUSE.

A very nice example of a well service used enlisted mans quality cloth constructed Model 10/15 tunic. The 10/15 was an interim model between the Model 08/10 and the M.15 bluse. In many cases such as another example we have on this website, the tunics were constructed in officers quality cloth, this tunic is constructed in the enlisted mans quality material and is in the following configuration. Red piped collar, front full flap of tunic with the opposite side being half piped, deep turned back barrel cuffs, M.15 style rear skirt, two lower pockets as per the M.15 style angled pockets with flaps buttoned. Minor depot sewn repairs to some parts of the tunic, two moth holes to the lower front left breast, nap thin in places overall but good underneath the armpits and underneath the pocket flaps. All matching Prussian buttons. Standard field grey cotton twill lining with the two lower hidden pockets close to the rear skirt, standard pocket arrangement to the upper left breast and a small button pocket to the opposite breast. Various unidentified stains throughout the lining area. The tunic is sewn fitted with a set of the white piped M.15 field grey shoulder boards with chain stitched Prussian Regiment No. 46. The right hand shoulder board having a moth nip to one area of the white piping.

Code: 78648

2250.00 GBP

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