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British WWII War Medal and ribbon 1939–1945. BA 421. - BA 421
The War Medal 1939–1945 is a campaign medal which was instituted by the United Kingdom on 16th August 1945, for award to citizens of the British Commonwealth who had served full-time in the Armed Forces or the Merchant Navy for at least 28 days between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945. Four medals available-*the price is for one medal-state which number medal you require in your communication*. The price includes UK delivery. BA 421.

WWII British Defence Medal with Ribbon. BA 420. - BA 420
The Defence Medal is a campaign medal instituted by the United Kingdom in May 1945, to be awarded to citizens of the British Commonwealth for both non-operational military and certain types of civilian war service during the Second World War. The price includes UK delivery. *Three available-the price is for one Medal* BA 420.

*Un-issued* Maker Marked Imperial Germany The Honour Cross of the World War 1914-1918 without Swords with Riband. N 138. - N 138
The Honour Cross of the World War 1914/1918 (Das Ehrenkreuz des Weltkrieges 1914/1918) was established by Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, President of the German Weimar Republic, by an order dated 13 July 1934, to commemorate service of the German people during the First World War. This was Germany's first official service medal for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war, and where they had since died it was also awarded to their surviving next-of-kin. Shortly after its issuance, the government of Nazi Germany declared the award as the only official service decoration of the First World War and further forbade the continued wearing of German Free Corps awards on any military or paramilitary uniform of a state or Nazi Party organisation. Marked G&S (J.Godet & Sohn, Berlin) to the rear and in very good un-issued condition. The price includes UK delivery. N 138.

German Technische Nothilfe Cuff Title. N 136. - N 136
Technische Nothilfe (abbreviated as TN, T.N, T.H, Tech Nh, TeNo, TENO; lit.R01;'Technical Emergency Corps') was a German organisation. It began as a strikebreaker organisation after the First and Second World Wars, but developed into a volunteer emergency response unit. During the Nazi period TN became in charge of technical civil defence. The TN was founded on September 30, 1919 by Otto Lummitzsch with the stated purpose to protect and maintain vital & strategic facilities (e.g. gas works, water works, power stations, railways, post offices, agriculture concerns and food production activities). At the time (1919–1923), these vital infrastructure facilities were under threat from sabotage and attack during a period bordering on civil war, which was caused by the collapse of German economy following the end of World War I and exacerbated by a spate of politically motivated wildcat strikes, usually by left-wing elements. In effect they were strike-breakers. Measuring; 415 X 38mm machine embroidered with silver coloured thread. The price includes UK delivery. N 136.

1939 Nazi 2nd Class War Merit Cross and Ribbon. N 134. - N 134
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 page 76 of ‘Combat Medals of the Third Reich’ by C. Ailsby. In excellent order and UK delivery is included in the price. N 134.

German Luftwaffe Geschwader Richthofen Cuff Title. N 133. - N 133
This Luftwaffe cuff title was designed to be worn by officers who had formerly served with the Jagdgeschwader Richthofen during WWI. Introduced in April 1935, although designed for officers this is definitely an NCOs version, the basic Luftwaffe blue background material is overlaid with very finely hand embroidered in silver grey thread, to the upper and lower edges are fitted a strip of 3mm silver waffenfarbe. Measuring; 450 x 32mm in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. N 133.

*Original* WWII German Feldpost Armband. N 132. - N 132
WWII During 1937-39 the German Wehrmacht had a military mailing service that provided free postal services within Germany. On September 3, 1939, the first changes to the service occurred. Postcards and letters up to 250 g including newspapers could be mailed free of charge by the German para-military and military organizations. Later in 1939, packages weighing up to 1000 g were included at the nominal rate of 20 Reichspfennig fee. All German military branches had its own organic postal administration in charge of receiving and delivering mail. For Feldpost offices closest to the combat zone a mobile facility usually processed mail for all military branches. A Wehrmacht Feldpost cuff title, constructed of a black rayon ribbon, bearing a machine-embroidered silver aluminum wire inscription of “FELDPOST”. Measuring 490 x 35mm in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. N 132.

Orginal WWII Kriegsmarine EM/NCO’s Breast Eagle (Kriegsmarine Brustadler). N 131. - N 131
Orginal WWII Kriegsmarine EM/NCO’s Breast Eagle (Kriegsmarine Brustadler). Constructed of dark blue/black wool, the obverse bearing a machine-embroidered golden yellow threaded Wehrmacht eagle clutching a wreathed swastika, measuring 99 x 46 mm in extremely good condition. Two available (**the price is for one badge**). The price includes UK delivery. N 131.

WWII German Silver Coloured 1st Pattern DRL Sports Badge. N 130. - N 130
The German Sports Badge, also known as the "German National Sports Badge" was first created in the year 1913 and is one of the oldest awards of Germany still in active circulation. At first the German Sports Badge was only issued to men for the completion of various physical tests. In 1921 it was renamed to Deutsches Turn- und Sportabzeichen and women were eligible as well. A silver coloured original German DRL Sports badge measuring; 49 x 40mm in great condition with its original tapered vertical pin. First pattern without swastika. In excellent condition. Price includes UK delivery. N 130.

*Original* 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.
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