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A Second War Administrative Officer’s Full Dress Tunic. A nice condition Hauptmann’s full dress tunic. No moth damage. Piped in administration green. Standard bullion wire woven officers breast eagle. Correct shoulder boards with good gilt to all fittings. An Austrian Linz silk maker’s label applied to the interior lining, unusually surmounted by a British Royal Coat of Arms. Four loops for medium size medal riband bar, good condition £30...
Sold for £260
A Great War Bavarian N.C.O. Enlisted Man’s Visor Cap. A nice condition very large size field grey N.C.O. enlisted mans visor cap. Very minor moth spots to the crown. Good colour. Red centre band. Complete with its Bavarian one-piece stamped cockade with the black, white and red national cockade missing. Black patent chinstrap. The interior ersatz lining all complete with a silver blocked maker’s mark to the blue upper inner lining, good condi...
Sold for £280
A Great War Saxon Jager Feldmutze. A nice condition small size Saxon Jager feldmutze. Virtually mint unissued condition. Jager green body, black centre band with red waffenfarbe. Enlisted mans green and white Saxon and national red, white and black cockades fitted. Original ersatz style lining, which has come adrift from at least 50% of the body, all intact, with its upper inner lining, extremely good condition £60-£80
Sold for £100
An Imperial German Wurttemberg Reserve Officer’s Visor Cap. Nice condition cap known as the crusher cap amongst collecting circles. All blue body, no moth damage, red centre band, red piping with the officers cockades of a Wurttemberg Reserve Officer plus the national cockade. Soft crushable peak. Interior white/cream leather lining excellent with the remains of what could possibly be a theatrical costumiers ink stampings to the upper inner sil...
Sold for £120
An Imperial German Wurttemberg Feldmutze. Sweatband complete, evidence of wear use to the interior, blue body with light blue centre band, white piping with both national and Wurttemberg cockades. No moth damage, good condition £70-£90
A Second War Panzer Officer’s Cap. A mid war period constructed Panzer officers visor cap constructed in enlisted ranks quality cloth. The pink piping only retains its original colour in the area protected at the rear of the cap, the remainder of the waffenfarbe has either faded or washed out to virtual white. Fitted with a matched set of bullion wire eagle and national cockade, standard wire cap cockades with twin side buttons. Some light oxid...
Sold for £480
A Waffen S.S. Enlisted Ranks Bergmutze. A highly unusual and heavily service worn Waffen SS enlisted mans bergmutze. Good colour to the grey green fluffy material without any moth damage. Complete with its one-piece Bevo woven SS eagle and skull insignia. Unusually the style of cap is without a single or double button front. Possibly worn by Mountain Troops. When the sides of the cap are pulled down to use as a protection the front of the curtain...
Sold for £240
A German Flying Helmet. Originally a leather sheepskin lined winter flying helmet for the Luftwaffe with parts of a Russian tank helmet added to the flying helmet. Sheepskin lining excellent, complete with its original silk technical label, also complete with throat microphones and aircraft plug, electrical headphones intact, good condition £200-£240
Sold for £200
A Luftwaffe Signals N.C.O./Man’s Visor Cap. An excellent condition saddle shaped cap, of pre-War construction, clearly dated 1937. No moth damage. Excellent shape. Matching aluminium national eagle and cockade. Good size 57. Faint traces of the maker’s silver blocked marking to the upper inner cotton lining. Celluloid lozenge missing. Liner excellent, very good condition £200-£240
A Luftwaffe Tropical Sun Helmet. The French occupation made example of the Luftwaffe tropical sun helmet, four panel skull in Luftwaffe blue over cork, complete with its correct left facing Luftwaffe eagle and national tricolour in metal with original chinstrap, this broken. Original size stamp label ‘59’ attached to the totally intact imitation leather liner band, good condition £120-£160
Sold for £320
An Italian Facist Fez. The black fez worn with the M.V.S.N. black political uniform by a low ranking officer. All black body with black tassels. Fascist bullion badge in gold and silver. The interior sweatband of the ersatz type all complete with one tear. Upper inner silk lining with maker mark ‘Littoria’ visible. A 1934 dated newspaper is folded behind the sweatband to give the cap a snugger fit to the wearer, also gold blocked retailer mar...
Sold for £130
A Dutch N.S.B. Visor Cap. A clean example Dutch N.S.B. enlisted mans cap, blue body, one minor moth nip to the crown, red piping with its gold bullion triangular badge to the front. Chinstrap and side buttons missing. The interior German style ersatz lining all complete but cracked. Brushed cotton black inner lining. Stamped size ‘56’ to the inner front peak, good condition £140-£180
Sold for £380
A Dutch N.S.B./W.A. Side Cap. The large envelope type side cap worn in both Holland and Belgium, this was for the Dutch Fascist Party the N.S.B., black body, red piping with a single gold bullion Wolfsangle indicating for the N.S.B. Organisation the W.A. (storm troopers) embroidered directly to the hat at the front, complete with its sweatband and black brushed cotton lining, very good condition £100-£140
A German First World War Field Honour Badge, of three-piece construction, silvered and enamel, the reverse inscribed ‘Deutsches Feld-Ehrenzeichen’ and ‘Hamburg 11’, with pin-back suspension, gilding to crossed swords rubbed, otherwise good condition £60-£80
Sold for £60
A Prussian Pilot’s Commemorative Badge, by C. E. Juncker, Berlin, silvered-bronze, with German state crown at top, with pin-back suspension and maker’s name to reverse, the silvering rubbed in parts, overall good condition £260-£300
A Weimar Republic Period Friekorps Schlageter Badge, second type oval badge, by Paul Küst, Berlin, silvered-bronze, with two Bars, ‘Spartakus 1919/23’, and ‘Rhein/Ruhr 1923/24’, with pin-back suspension and maker’s name to reverse, good condition £140-£180
A 1924 Stahlhelm Membership Badge, silver and black enamel, the reverse officially numbered ‘2259’ and dated ‘20.12.24.’, with pin-back suspension and maker’s name and silver mark to reverse, minor enamel chip to obverse otherwise good condition £40-£50
Sold for £50
A Kriegsmarine E Boat Badge, by Schwerin, Berlin, 2nd type, 60mm x 53mm, silvered, with maker’s name to reverse and original uniform retaining pin intact, hinge and pin intact, but securing clip for the pin missing, fair condition £140-£180
Sold for £110
A German Armed Forces 25 Tank Assault Badge, 63mm x 47mm, zinc, the finish dull to the exterior with its 25 tablet intact, with maker’s mark ‘G.B.’ to reverse, complete with its original pin and hinge, the hook missing, good condition £300-£400
Sold for £700
A Luftwaffe Pilot’s Badge, by Jimme, 53mm x 67mm, silvered-nickel construction, faintly maker stamped to the reverse of the eagle, complete with its original pin, hook and hinge, mark from grinding wheel to reverse side of the left hand wingtip and reverse rear wreath, otherwise good condition £240-£280
A Luftwaffe Paratrooper Badge, by C. E. Juncker, Berlin, 53mm x 43mm, silvered and gilt, maker’s name to reverse, with original pin, hook and hinge intact, with the owner’s initials hand inscribed ‘FW’ to the reverse side of the eagle, good condition £200-£240
Sold for £600
A Luftwaffe Air Gunner’s Flight Qualification Badge, a good example of an Air Gunner only award, which has not had the lightning bolts removed but is an original example of mid-War period, 53mm x 46mm, unmarked, with original pin, hook and hinge, good condition £140-£180
Sold for £150
Imperial German Helmet Plates. A quantity of 16 Imperial German helmet plates, a mixture of Guard, Bavarian, Wurttemberg, Prussian, Saxon, Baden. Some of the helmet plates have pieces missing, some are complete. Viewing required, generally fair to good condition (16) £200-£300
Sold for £440
A German Third Reich Helmet Manoeuvre Band. The removable red and yellow band wrapped around the steel helmet and clipped to the skirt of the helmet for use during military manoeuvres, good condition £20-£30
Sold for £10
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