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Original Nazi Swastika Stickpin
This is an extremely fine copper-finished stickpin featuring a pebbled tilted swastika on the straight mounting pin. This stickpin came with a pile of original WWII German relics that we purchased. Item #142-11
Original Nazi Political Leader's Visor Hat Cockade
This is a near excellent silver-finished metal cockade with red-and-black enamel work. This cockade has both of its mounting prongs, and features the RZM maker's code marking "M1/63" (Steinhauer & Lück, Lüdenscheid maker). Item #901-8
Original Nazi Wehrmacht Dinner Fork
This is an extremely fine polished aluminum dinner fork that measures about 8 1/4" long. This fork features an eagle/swastika marking on the handle, along with a maker's marking and date "CPSW 40". Item #929-9
Original Nazi Luftwaffe Sports Shirt Eagle Patch
This is an extremely fine larger patch with a black Luftwaffe eagle/swastika embroidered onto the uncut and untrimmed white patch. This patch measures about 6" x 11" and has no holes or tears. Item #1004-10
Original Nazi 1935 "Ein Volk Bricht Ketten" Badge
This is an extremely fine and historic badge with the legend that translates to "One People Break Chains", referring to the Versailles Treaty after WWI that required Germany to pay war reparations. This badge has a nice even copper patina finish. The mounting pin is missing. Item #1008-11
Original Nazi Gera 700th Anniversary Propaganda Postcard
This is a scarcer and near excellent propaganda postcard for the 700th anniversary of the City of Gera. This colorful postcard features a Hindenberg postage stamp cancelled with a special Gera KdF cancellation dated August 24, 1937, and an ink message addressed to a person in Leipzig. Item #JWK222
Original WWII German Soldier's Occupation of Paris 1940 Watch Fob
This is a near excellent and historic WWII German soldier's watch fob depicting, on one side, the Arc de Triumphe in Paris - and a neatly engraved inscription "Besetzung von Paris 14 Juni 1940" (Occupation of Paris) on the other side. The fob has a red-white-black celluloid section with a silver-finished chain and a locking ring marked "DEPOSE H.M.". This watch fob was recently found along with a number of other original WWII German relics during a house "clean out" after the owners passed away. Item #1108-7
Original Nazi Panzer Assault Badges
These four excellent Silver Panzer Assault Badges were recently found in a WWII veteran's belongings along with a number of other original Nazi relics during a house "clean out" after the veteran passed away. All four unmarked badges are stamped zinc with a greyed finish, and have nickel mounting pins and catches. These are outstanding original badges. WE HAVE TWO LEFT. Items #304 2-5.
Sale price (two left)...$150 each
Original Nazi General Assault Badge
This is an excellent General Assault Badge that was recently found in a WWII veteran's belongings along with a number of other original Nazi relics during a house "clean out" after the veteran passed away. This unmarked badge is stamped zinc with a greyed finish, and has a nickel mounting pin and catch. This is an outstanding original badge! Items #422-6
Original Nazi Silver Wound Badge Marked "127"
This is a solid zinc metal wound badge with a nickel mounting pin on back. This very fine badge has the typical greyed finish, and features the maker's code marking "127" on the reverse side. Item #137-20
Original Nazi Kriegsmarine Senior Signals NCO Career Sleeve Insignia
This is a near excellent larger multi-piece Kriegsmarine sleeve insignia featuring a gold-gilt metal anchor and rank chevron on the dark blue wool oval patch with separately affixed red-and-white wool signal flag pieces. This insignia features a zinc metal stiffener covered on back with a black fabric backing. Item #1032-2
Original Nazi Late War NSDAP Party Pin Badge
This is a classic example of a later war "painted" zinc metal NSDAP party pin. This pin bears the RZM maker's code "M1/14", plus the words "GES. GESCH." on the mounting pin roundel. There is some typical paint chipping on the badge, but no significant wear. This badge is a WWII veteran "bring-back" by PFC Leo J. Petrik, who was a member of the 282nd Engineers (Combat Battalion). This item was purchased directly from his family. Item #338-19
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