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WW2 German Coastal Artillery Flak Badge By 'K. Wagner Berlin'. BA 891 - BA 891
An original WW2 German Coastal Artillery Flak Badge with wearers pin. The Naval Artillery War Badge or War Badge of the Coastal Artillery (German: Kriegsabzeichen für Marineartillerie) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to the crews of Kriegsmarine land-based marine artillery and anti-aircraft units. Initially presented to only coastal air defence units, it was later awarded to crews of guns positioned against naval targets. The award was instituted on 24 June, 1941 by Grand Admiral Erich Raeder to reward the actions of both individuals and crew members. The medal, designed by Otto Placzek of Berlin, consists of an outer laurel wreath of oak leaves with the national emblem of eagle clutching a swastika (both golden coloured) at its apex. The central area features a coastal artillery cannon with the sea behind (both a grey colour). This badge is in very good condition with most of the gilt still round the outside. On the reverse the wearers pin is present and still opens and closes as it should. It is marked on the reverse with the makers name "K. Wagner Berlin". The price includes UK delivery. BA 891
£110.00

**SOLD**SOLD**WW2 German S A Sports Badge Gold Grade. BA 890 - BA 890
WW2 German SA Sports Badge, Gold Grade. The SA Sports Badge was a decoration of Nazi Germany that was issued between the years 1933 and 1945. It was a political version of the much more generic German Sports Badge which was also issued in great numbers by the Nazis. The SA Sports Badge was issued in three grades (bronze, silver, and gold) as well as a special version known as the "SA Sports Badge for War Wounded". Although originally designed as a physical fitness badge for Nazi storm troopers, the SA Sports Badge was issued across every German military and paramilitary organization. The SS held the SA Sports Badge in high regard, and many of its senior members, Heinrich Himmler, Karl Wolff, and Arthur Nebe among them, qualified for the decoration. The badge was also commonly issued to the Wehrmacht and was one of the few political decorations that the armed forces allowed to freely be displayed on a military uniform (other such decorations included the Blood Order and the Golden Party Badge). This badge is in very nice condition and retains the copper wearers pin to the reverse. It is marked on the reverse with "Berg & Nolte AG Ludenscheid & Eigentum D S.A. Sportabzeich Haupstelle". The price includes UK delivery. BA 890
£0.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD WW2 German High Seas Fleet Badge With Wearers Pin On Reverse. BA 889 - BA 889
This is a very nice badge in excellent condition. The High Seas Fleet Badge was a World War II German military decoration awarded for service to the crews of the Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet, mainly of the battleships and cruisers, but also those ships that supported them operationally for which there was no other award given. Although the award was instituted in April 1941, it could be awarded for actions that took place prior to this date and could highlight the struggle against the British fleet. The badge is marked to the reverse with "FEC. Adolf Bock Ausf. Schwerin Berlin". It retains most of the original finish. It retains the wearers pin to the reverse. The price includes UK delivery. BA 889
£0.00

Original Victorian British Welsh Regiment Officer's Gilt & Silver Helmet Plate. Sn 13565 - 13565
This is a very nice original helmet plate for the Welsh Regiment and dates from the period 1881 to 1902. It carries a Victorian Crown over a seven point star and a wreath. The centre carries a separate section of a garter enclosing a Prince of Wales Feathers above a scroll on a black wool backing. Below this on the wreath is a silver scroll with "The Welsh Regiment". It carries 3 loops to the reverse. All of the gilding remains and the whole helmet plate is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13565
£325.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD WW2 German Coastal Artillery Flak Badge. BA 888 - BA 888
An original WW2 German Coastal Artillery Flak Badge with wearers pin. The Naval Artillery War Badge or War Badge of the Coastal Artillery (German: Kriegsabzeichen für Marineartillerie) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to the crews of Kriegsmarine land-based marine artillery and anti-aircraft units. Initially presented to only coastal air defence units, it was later awarded to crews of guns positioned against naval targets. The award was instituted on 24 June, 1941 by Grand Admiral Erich Raeder to reward the actions of both individuals and crew members. The medal, designed by Otto Placzek of Berlin, consists of an outer laurel wreath of oak leaves with the national emblem of eagle clutching a swastika (both golden coloured) at its apex. The central area features a coastal artillery cannon with the sea behind (both a grey colour). This badge is in good condition with most of the gilt still round the outside. On the reverse the wearers pin is present and still opens and closes as it should. The price includes UK delivery. BA 888
£0.00

WW2 German Panzer Assault Award, Silver Class. BA 887 - BA 887
An original WW2 German Panzer Assault Award, silver coloured. The Panzer Badge (German: Panzerkampfabzeichen) was a World War II German military decoration awarded troops in armoured divisions. It was instituted 20 December 1939 (although a version had been introduced during the World War I and a variation during the Spanish Civil War). The Panzer Badge was introduced on 20 December, 1939, in order to recognize the achievements of Panzer personnel who took part in armoured assaults. It was designed by the Berlin firm of Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus, and was instituted by order of Generaloberst Walther von Brauchitsch. The Panzer Badge consists of an oval with a wreath composed of five single oak leaves on one side and four on the other (the tank treads cover one). At the base of the oval is a tie, and at the apex a Wehrmacht eagle, which has folded wings clutches a swastika in its talons. In the center of the badge is a tank that passes from left to right. The left track of the tank goes into the wreath of oak leaves, and the area under the tank is grooved and made to look like grass. The reverse of the badge has three variations, the badge could either be hollow backed, flat, or semi-dished. The hollowed backed variation showed the imprint of the obverse, while the flat was just solid. The semi-dished version has a slight indent that shows part of the outline of the tank. This is the semi-dished version. It has a wearers pin which is in good condition. The Silver class was presented to tank commanders, gunners or radio operators while the bronze class was presented to the Panzergrenadier regiments, tank assault crew, armoured reconnaissance units, and medical personnel who went into battle in armoured vehicles. The award was authorized through the Panzer Division commander. The price includes UK delivery. BA 887
£175.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD Victorian Other Ranks Helmet Plate To The The Welsh. BA 886 - BA 886
This is a very nice 'Other Ranks' helmet plate to The Welsh Regiment. The Welch Regiment (or "The Welch", an archaic spelling of "Welsh") was an infantry regiment of the line of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1969. The regiment was created in 1881 under the Childers Reforms by the amalgamation of the 41st (Welch) Regiment of Foot and 69th (South Lincolnshire) Regiment of Foot to form the Welsh Regiment, which it was known as until 1920 when it was renamed the Welch Regiment. In 1969 the regiment was amalgamated with the South Wales Borderers to form the Royal Regiment of Wales. It is the Star and Wreath two part construction with a separate removable central boss. It has 2 loops to the Star section and 4 loops to the central boss. On this is the Price of Wales Feathers in silver surrounded by a brass circle with "The Welsh". It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. BA 886
£0.00

Victorian Other Ranks Helmet Plate To The Loyal North Lancashire's. BA 885 - BA 885
This is a very nice 'Other Ranks' helmet plate to the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (until 1921 known as the Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army that was in existence from 1881 to 1970. It is the Star and Wreath two part construction with a separate removable central boss. It has 3 loops to the rear. It is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. BA 885
£145.00

Pre WW1 C1902- 1914 British Kings Crown Manchester Regiment Helmet Plate. Sn 13349 - 13349
An original very good example of the crowned star pattern plate mounted with laurel wreath and garter. The centre carries the Manchester City heraldic coat of arms and the base of the wreath has a scroll with ‘The Manchester Regiment’ name. There are 3 loops to the reverse. A nice example of a pre WW1 helmet plate. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13349
£375.00

WW2 German Red Cross Nurses Enamel Badge by A Stubbe, Berlin. Ba 884 - BA 884
This is an excellent quality enamel WW2 German Nurses badge. The badge is made from black, white, red and gold enamel. It has a red enamel cross in the centre below the Eagle with folded wings. The red cross is on a white background. On the reverse of the badge it is nicely stamped with the maker "A Stubbe Berlin" and below this with an issue number "2367" and area "Karlsruhe". The badge has the original wearers pin which operates as it should. This is a nice example of the badge. It is 40mm in diameter. The price includes UK delivery. Ba 884
£175.00
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