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WW2 Era Nazi German Alte Kameraden (Old Comrades) Dark Blue Cloth Visored Cap With Manufacturer’s Label & Enamel & Gilt Cap Badge. Sn 15793: - 15793:39
The DRKB, Deutscher Reichskriegerbund (Kyffhäuserbund), (German National Association of Veterans, Kyffhäuser Association), was formed during WWI, and was based on the DKB, Deutscher Kriegerbund (German Veterans Association), originally formed after the war of 1870-71. The addition of “Kyffhäuser” in the associations name referred to the Kyffhäuser mountain where a large war memorial had been erected. The goal of the association was to preserve the morale and comradeship of former soldiers and to financially assist its members if required. On March 29TH 1938 the DRKB was renamed NS-RKB, Nationalsozialistische-Reichskriegerbund, (National Socialist-State Soldiers League), by the NSDAP and amalgamated with most of the earlier veterans associations into one national organization. Uniform and headgear regulations of the DRKB/NS-RKB were introduced prior to 1933 and were modified again in 1936 and 1938. The organization was known as the Alte Kameraden (Old Comrades). This is an original WW2 Era Old Comrades cap. Our example is constructed of dark blue serge material. The baggy cap is undamaged and has no mothing. The cap its original black material headband embroidered with Tutonic crosses & Kyffhäuser mountain war memorial devices. The front of the cap is mounted with an enamelled oval shield metal badge with enamelled Swastika & Kyffhäuser mountain war memorial imagery and gilt Oak leaves wreath. The colours of the badges are vivid and clean. He enamel has small areas of wear. The cap has its original leather sweatband and the crown of the cap is lined in blue material. The crown has its original manufacturer’s label printed in red on a clear cellophane panel together with Old Comrades monument image. The panel also has a size marking 6. The name of the maker is obscured by a contemporarily applied label with hand written name ‘Brosch’ no doubt the name of the Nazi Old Comrade who owned this cap. The top edge of the panel is worn consistent with age and use. As with all of our stock this cap is guaranteed 100% genuine. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15793:49.
£375.00

**NEW TO COLLECTORS MARKET IN STORAGE SINCE 1960's / 70's**WW2 Nazi Kriegsmarine ‘E Boat’ Battle Flag With Indistinct Ink Maker & Size Markings. Sn 21385:14 - 21385:14
This is an original, WW2 Nazi Kriegsmarine Flag. This flag is one of several Nazi pieces we recently acquired that are new to the market having been in storage since the 1960's & 70's. This size of flag were used on Nazi German 'E' Class, Torpedo Boats. The red cotton double sided flag is printed with black & white large Swastikas. It also has the Kriegsmarine Eagle with Swastika. It has stitched edges & a 1 ½” reinforced hem with original cord typically stitched in for pole mounting. The hem has very faint indistict ink stamps, no doubt maker and size markings (unreadable). The flag is clean with no mothing and all stitching is intact. It is 133 cms x 74cms size. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 21385:14
£575.00

Original WWII Kriegsmarine Destroyers Badge 1st Type. N 171. - N 171
On June 4th 1940 this badge was introduced by Grandadmiral Erich Raeder, the Oberbelchlshaber der Kriegsmarine, during the battle of Narvik. It was initially to reward the crews under the command of Commadore Bonte involved in the battle. In an order dated 22 October 1940, awards and authorisations for the wear of the badge were extended to crew members of other vessels that could be described as ‘destroyers’ including torpedo boats and E-boats. In near perfect condition with pin and clasp working as they should. Measuring; 53 x 45mm with the makers mark; W.H. to the rear. See page 137 of ‘Combat Medals of the Third Reich by Christopher Ailsby (N.007) The price includes UK delivery. N 171.
£275.00

Original WWI Imperial German/Prussian M1895 EM/NCO'S (Enlisted Men / Non Commissioned Officer) Belt Buckle. N 129. - N 129
First introduced in 1847, the design of the buckle remained virtually unchanged until 1918. After January of 1915, these buckles, which were also used by the Prussian-dominated states of Baden, Oldenburg, Hansa and Thuringia, were made of zinc-plated sheet iron. Originally the box buckles came in 60mm until 1895 when the width was reduced to 45mm, (roughly 1 3/4 inches), in an attempt to lighten the weight load of the field gear. Initially the buckles were produced of brass with a nickel/silver face plate until 1914 when steel construction buckles were introduced. An early, pre-1895 pattern, two-piece brass and nickel/silver construction Prussian belt buckle. The 60mm, slightly convex, stamped metal box buckle, features, against its plain, obverse field, a crown to its domed centre, encompassed by a dual rope-like border within which, against a ribbed background, is "Gott Mit Uns" (God [is] With Us), and a spray of laurels. See Chapter four of ‘German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 by Peter Nash. This example is in very good condition, see images. The price includes UK delivery. N 129.
£125.00

*Original* German Infantry Assault Badge – Silver Class (Solid Reverse). N 116. - N 116
The badge was designed by C.E.Juncker of Berlin under the direction of the OKH and was instituted in the silver form on 20th December 1939 by Generaloberst von Brauchitsch. The criteria for the award were; to have taken part in 3 or more infantry assaults, to have taken part in 3 or more infantry counter attacks or combinations of 1&2, to have taken part in 3 or more reconnaissance operations, to have been engaged in hand to hand combat in an assault position and to have participated on 3 separate days in the restitution of combat positions. The pin and clasp are in very good order and the makers mark ‘JFS’ (Josef Feix & Sohne Babionz and er Niebe) is to the rear. See pages 160-161 (A.002 solid reverse) of ‘Combat Medals of the Third Reich’ by Christopher Ailsby. The price for this guaranteed original piece includes UK delivery. N 116.
£195.00

*Original* German Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers and Escort Vessels War Badge. N 106 - N 106
Grandadmiral Raeder directed Otto Placzek to create a special badge for Minesweepers. It was to take the form of a silver spot, rising from the waves of the sea. The criteria for the award were; to have completed three operational sorties, to have been wounded during an operational sortie, even if it was his first, if the ship had sunk due to enemy action, for exemplary conduct in the execution of his duties over a six month period, to have completed a specially dangerous mission in a mined area and a mission comprised of 25 days or more on escort duty. The badge has an ‘Otto Placzek creaters mark to the rear and the pin and clasp are in very good order. See pages 128-9 (N.010) of ‘Combat Medals of the Third Reich’ by Christopher Ailsby. The price for this guaranteed original piece includes UK delivery. N 106.
£245.00

ORIGINAL WW2 German Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers and Escort Vessels War Badge. N 128. - N 128
Grandadmiral Raeder directed Otto Placzek to create a special badge for Minesweepers. It was to take the form of a silver spot, rising from the waves of the sea. The criteria for the award were; to have completed three operational sorties, to have been wounded during an operational sortie, even if it was his first, if the ship had sunk due to enemy action, for exemplary conduct in the execution of his duties over a six month period, to have completed a specially dangerous mission in a mined area and a mission comprised of 25 days or more on escort duty. The pin and clasp are in very good order. See pages 128-9 (N.010) of ‘Combat Medals of the Third Reich’ by Christopher Ailsby. The price for this guaranteed original piece includes UK delivery. N 128.
£245.00

WWII Nazi Issue West Wall Medal and Ribbon. N 126. - N 126
The West Wall Medal (German: Deutsches Schutzwall-Ehrenzeichen) was a decoration of Nazi Germany. It was instituted on 2 August 1939 and was given to those who designed and built the fortifications on Germany's western borders, known as the Westwall or, in English, the Siegfried Line, between 15 June 1938 to 31 March 1939. On 13 November 1939 eligibility was extended to include servicemen of the Wehrmacht who served on the Westwall for at least ten weeks. In all 622,064 medals were awarded until 31 January 1941, when awards of the medal ceased. In 1944, after the allied invasion, the medal was re-instituted and awarded to those who renovated and strengthened the fortifications on the western borders. This version of the medal was commonly known as the "Defence Wall Honour Award", to distinguish the decoration from its 1939 counterpart. In excellent order and UK delivery is included in the price. N 126.
£85.00

*Genuine* Hitler Youth Belt Buckle ‘Blut Und Ehre’ ‘Blood and Honour’. N 125. - N 125
Hitler Youth or ‘Hitler jugend’ issue buckle circa 1936. The Hitler Youth was the youth organisation of the Nazi Party in Germany. Its origins date back to 1922 and it received the name Hitler-Jugend, Bund deutscher Arbeiterjugend ("Hitler Youth, League of German Worker Youth") in July 1926. From 1936 until 1945, it was the sole official boys' youth organisation in Germany and it was partially a paramilitary organisation; it was composed of the Hitler Youth proper for male youths aged 14 to 18, and the German Youngsters in the Hitler Youth (Deutsches Jungvolk in der Hitler Jugend or "DJ", also "DJV") for younger boys aged 10 to 14. (See ‘German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 pages 270-71 by Peter Nash. The buckle is in good condition, see images. The price includes UK delivery. N 125.
£175.00

*Original* Luftwaffe Bomber Operational Flying Clasp-Silver Clasp with Makers Mark. N 123. - N 123
As the air war progressed, it was felt that the Luftwaffe personnel should be rewarded for their flying activities and service in the air by a special badge. It was to take the form of a round wreath of laurel leaves with a swastika at its base, and on each side of this wreath a sprig of oak leaves. The central motif, which was super-imposed on the centre. Made of silver or white metal and measuring; 75 x 25mm. The pin and clasp are in excellent working order and the maker mark of ‘R.S.S.’ is to the rear. The overall colour of the badge represents its grade or class. Thus the bronze class was for; twenty operations, silver for sixty and gold for 110 operations. See pages 216-217 of Combat Medals of the Third Reich by C. Ailsby. The price for this scarce clasp includes UK delivery. N 123.
£345.00

1939 Nazi 2nd Class War Merit Cross and Ribbon. N 122. - N 122
The War Merit Cross (German: Kriegsverdienstkreuz) was a state decoration of Nazi Germany during World War II. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded in the same manner as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service "not in direct connection with combat", and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in "furtherance of the war effort". See pages 79 & 80 of Combat Medals of the 3rd Reich by C. Ailsby. In excellent order and UK delivery is included in the price. N 122.
£125.00

Original WWI Imperial German/Prussian M1895 EM/NCO'S (Enlisted Men / Non Commissioned Officer) Belt Buckle. N 121. - N 121
First introduced in 1847, the design of the buckle remained virtually unchanged until 1918. After January of 1915, these buckles, which were also used by the Prussian-dominated states of Baden, Oldenburg, Hansa and Thuringia, were made of zinc-plated sheet iron. Originally the box buckles came in 60mm until 1895 when the width was reduced to 45mm, (roughly 1 3/4 inches), in an attempt to lighten the weight load of the field gear. Initially the buckles were produced of brass with a nickel/silver face plate until 1914 when steel construction buckles were introduced. An early, pre-1895 pattern, two-piece brass and nickel/silver construction Prussian belt buckle. The 60mm, slightly convex, stamped metal box buckle, features, against its plain, obverse field, a crown to its domed centre, encompassed by a dual rope-like border within which, against a ribbed background, is "Gott Mit Uns" (God [is] With Us), and a spray of laurels. See Chapter four of ‘German Belt Buckles 1845-1945 by Peter Nash. This example is in very good condition, see images. The price includes UK delivery. N 121.
£195.00
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