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GERMAN WWII ARMY GENERAL’S GILDED CUFFLINKS.

GERMAN WWII ARMY GENERAL’S GILDED CUFFLINKS.

A very nicely custom made set of cufflinks, presumably for a General, the exterior showing, in raised relief, the Third Reich army eagle and swastika design all in gilt, in its fitted domed case.

Code: 80721

225.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII KRIEGSMARINE OFFICERS OVERSEAS CAP.

GERMAN WWII KRIEGSMARINE OFFICERS OVERSEAS CAP.

One of the scarcest items of uniform from the Kriegsmarine is the officers overseas cap with all of its correct insignia. The very large size overseas cap, possibly size 60, in very dark navy blue extremely high officers quality cloth with its correct Bevo woven gold on blue officers gold wire eagle with its correct matching wire Bevo weave in silver national cockade with its gold piping to the side scallop of the cap. Black rayon lining, no visible markings.

Code: 80844

1250.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII CONDOR LEGION WOUND BADGE IN SILVER.

GERMAN WWII CONDOR LEGION WOUND BADGE IN SILVER.

The scarce Condor Legion Wound Badge in silver, one-piece stamped. Superb mint original finish. Complete with correct pin, hook and hinge.

Code: 80813

185.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII RAD OFFICERS HANGING STRAPS.

GERMAN WWII RAD OFFICERS HANGING STRAPS.

A good set of the all leather service straps for the RAD officers dagger. Standard brown leather strapping with pebbled aluminium square buckles and standard form of clip hangers. Both springs working correctly, complete with its matching coloured belt loop and metallic clip.

Code: 80666

695.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII ZEISS 7 X 50 MARINE ARTILLERY BINOCULARS.

GERMAN WWII ZEISS 7 X 50 MARINE ARTILLERY BINOCULARS.

A very nice set of 7 x 50 binoculars and their carrying case, which could be described as nearly unused with the exception of one small area. The optics are absolutely perfect, the lettering to the rear frame fully bright with the lettering all picked out in white ‘Carl Zeiss, Jena D.F 7 x 50’ followed by number ‘1965691’. Large Third Reich eagle and swastika with marine ‘M’ below. To the opposite side of the frame also picked out in white ‘ARTL.1496’. The black finish is complete to the whole of the binocular case, there is one small area of the crackle finish that has come adrift from the main frame, which measures 4cm x 2cm at its full width. The binoculars still retain their original leather uniform button tab, its original neck strap and rubber eyepiece cover. All fitted into its, again, near mint condition pressed paper and leather carrying box all in black with pronounced white stitching. Maker coded ‘FRN 41’ to the sprung loaded closing catch that has its original leather tab. The case has its original belt loop and its original long leather neck strap. A superb set.

Code: 80771

650.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII SA MODEL 33 ENLISTED MANS DAGGER.

GERMAN WWII SA MODEL 33 ENLISTED MANS DAGGER.

An extremely nice condition late pattern SA dagger. The blade is with all its original cross grain finish remaining. Good dark deep etching to the ‘Ulles Fur Deutschland’ logo. Clearly marked ‘RZM 7/66’ with the date ‘1940’. The brown wood grip is absolutely perfect. Aluminium national eagle with slight chipping to the edge of the enamel of the SA inset. Good plating remaining to the upper and lower cross guards with very slight lifting on the edges of the upper and lower cross guard mounts where they butt up against the wood grip. Fitted into its original brown painted scabbard, of which all of the paint remains to the scabbard. High quality nickel plating to the upper and lower scabbard mounts, which are bright. No indentations to the lower ball. All of the heads to the fitting screws complete with its virtually mint three piece leather hanger set, the clip being marked ‘RZM M5/25’.

Code: 80649

965.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII SS FEMALE TUNIC.

GERMAN WWII SS FEMALE TUNIC.

Probably the most difficult item of SS clothing to obtain is the tunic worn by SS female auxiliaries. There were three levels of SS female auxiliaries, SS Helferinnen, SS Kriegshelferinnen also SS Aufsehelferinnen(war auxiliaries) SS supervisors who were employed as overseers in concentration camps. In a letter by Heinrich Himmler dated ‘August 43’ headed ‘Service Clothing’, ‘The approved service clothing for SS Helferinnen will also worn by Kriegshelferinnen but without distinguishing marks apart from the SS eagle and swastika on the headdress and on the left upper arm.’ This example in superb condition in the grey Gabardine material very similar to Italian captured material but definitely German manufacture. Two button closure, four scalloped upper back panel, false belt at the back stitched into the two horizontal back seams, false cuffs, decorative buttonhole to the upper left lapel. Complete with its SS standard machine embroidered arm eagle, ( which has been replaced) Fully lined to the interior. The front of the tunic also in scalloped style, very similar to Italian Sariana tunics. The tunic when it was originally produced was without lower pockets but two angled false pocket flaps, later on its life the exterior square pockets have been added in the same material but with a slightly different shade. A small section of interior lining has been replaced at the base of the inner tunic. To the two lower cuffs each cuff had a single button attached for decoration only, the button to the left hand lower cuff as the tunic is worn is missing. There are typical service size markings to the upper inner lining with the depot code of what appears to be ‘P44’ this could be Passau. A name label has been removed from the upper inner part of the lining close to the coat hook. The only written and recorded details of SS auxiliary clothing is in the excellent work by the now unfortunately deceased Michael D. Beaver, Uniforms of the Waffen SS, which is a Schiffer military publication printed 2002 from page 977 onwards. This identical tunic is shown on page 983 with its scalloped backed false belt, scalloped front, decorative buttonhole to the upper left lapel, two button closure and buttons to each of the imitation cuffs. Looking closely at the image the colouration of the pockets is slightly different than the coloration of the main body of the tunic and maybe the identical tunic to the one offered here. With the view on page 984 one can immediately recognise the slight different shading of the material close to the horizontal central seam. The tunic from the rear view clearly shows two buttons, one to each lower cuff present. From the time this tunic was in the collection of John R. Angolia and after being photographed for the Michael Beaver book we believe the button may have been lost, the existing button is only held on by a few threads.

Code: 80790

5950.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII TANK ASSAULT BADGE IN BRONZE.

GERMAN WWII TANK ASSAULT BADGE IN BRONZE.

A single stamped version, non maker marked of the Tank Assault badge in bronze. Most of the bronze colour to the high points of the award have rubbed away leaving the bronze finish within the lower field. Complete with its original pin, hook and hinge.

Code: 80793

195.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII 50 GENERAL ASSAULT BADGE.

GERMAN WWII 50 GENERAL ASSAULT BADGE.

A fabulous example of the 50 General Assault badge by the maker RK being Rudolf Karneth. Virtually all the finish remaining to the award on both sides. Complete with its four delicate domed rivets that holds the down-swept winged eagle and swastika and crossed sword and grenade grouping to the wreath. Standard steel wide tapering pin. A superb example with original pin, hook and hinge. This particular item was purchased directly from the museum of the Royal Highland Fusiliers in April 1984 and was one of a number of awards donated to the museum of the Royal Scots Fusiliers and Highland Light Infantry Museum at the end of WWII or shortly after.

Code: 80794

2950.00 GBP

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GERMAN WWII ALLGEMEINE SS ARMBAND.

GERMAN WWII ALLGEMEINE SS ARMBAND.

A service worn condition Allgemeine SS armband with stitches where removed from a tunic. The central white disc on which the multi constructed swastika has laid upon has toned. Some thinness to the nap of the cloth, one moth nip on the reverse side and one on the very right hand edge. Complete with its original ‘RZM SS 50/36’ small silk woven label to the interior.

Code: 80802

750.00 GBP

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