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A rare German Second World War Luftwaffe Silver Honour Salver awarded to Knight’s Cross recipient Oberleutnant Wilhelm Kuhlwilm, a Company Commander in Parachute Panzer Grenadier Regiment 3 Hermann Goering, for services at Salerno on 7 September 1943
Luftwaffe Silver Honour Salver, 275mm in diameter, inscribed to ‘Lieutenant Willi Kuhlwilm, AM 7.9.43’, reverse with maker’s mark ‘JOH Wagner & Son’, a beautiful condition piece, with...
Sold for £4,400
The German Luftwaffe Night Fighter’s Salver and Trophy Cups attributed to Knight’s Cross with Oakleaves recipient Leutnant Rudolf Frank, 3rd Night Fighter Wing, who was one of the outstanding German Night-Fighter Aces of the Second World War, with 45 confirmed victories, including five in one day, prior to being killed in action on 27 April 1944
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Night Fighter’s Salver, measuring 225mm in diameter with...
Sold for £1,900
The Swords and Oakleaves, together with Oakleaves for the Knight’s Cross, attributed to Generallieutenant Ernst Gunther-Baade, 90th Panzer-Grenadier Division, who was killed in an air attack in the closing stages of World War II
Swords and Oakleaves, in silver, reverse marked ‘900’ and ‘21’; together with a separate set of Oakleaves, in silver, reverse marked ‘900’ and ‘Silber L/50’, contained in an old fitted leatherette jew...
Sold for £1,300
The Great War Iron Cross with Second War clasp group of six awarded to Lieutenant-General R. H. E. von Schwerin, 79th Division, German Army, who was one of the German Generals evacuated from Stalingrad in January 1943 after his Division had been decimated by the Red Army
Prussia, Iron Cross 1914, Second Class, silver with iron centre, with ‘Prince’s size’ 1939 clasp on riband; Germany, Cross of Honour 1914-18, combatant’s issue with sw...
Sold for £2,400
Germany, Third Reich, Iron Cross 1939, First Class breast badge, silver with iron centre, retaining pin marked ‘26’, in original embossed case of issue, extremely fine £100-£140
Sold for £280
A Second War ‘Afrika Korps’ Iron Cross group of five
Germany, Third Reich, Iron Cross 1939, Second Class, silver with iron centre; Italy, Kingdom, Italian-German Campaign Medal, bronze; Germany, Third Reich, Armed Forces Long Service Medal, for 4 Years’ Service, silvered; with silver Army ‘Eagle’ emblem on riband; Commemorative Medal for the Occupation of the Sudetenland 1938, bronze; West Wall Medal 1939, bronze, mounted German-styl...
Sold for £240
A Second War Iron Cross attributed to M.A. Obergefreiten G. Mucke, a One-Man Torpedo Operator with K-Flotilla 364, German Kriegsmarine
Germany, Third Reich, Iron Cross 1939, Second Class, silver with iron centre, suspension ring marked ‘23’, mounted for display purposes along with a metal cut-out of his torpedo-craft, and plate below stamped ‘K. Flott. 364’, nearly extremely fine £300-£400
Sold for £480
Germany, Third Reich, Medal for the Spanish ‘Blue Division’ for Service on the Russian Front 1941-43, bronze, nearly extremely fine £80-£100
Sold for £110
Germany, Third Reich, Krim Shield 1941-42, mounted on Army green felt backing, with metal plate backing and original paper backing to reverse, some discolouration, good very fine £40-£60
Sold for £65
Germany, Third Reich, Kuban Shield 1943, mounted on Army green felt backing, with original metal plate backing but lacking original paper backing to reverse, good very fine £40-£60
Sold for £130
Germany, Third Reich, Tank Badge, ‘Silver’ grade, a slightly oxidised version of an Adolf Scholze produced Tank Battle badge, ‘AS’ within a triangle in raised relief to the reverse side, complete with original pin, hook and hinge, originally in silver but it has lost all of its finish, therefore good fine £70-£90
Sold for £70
Germany, Third Reich, Luftwaffe Flak Badge, by Brehmer, silvered, the reverse contemporarily engraved ‘VERL.5.8.43 122-173 ABSCHUSS’ followed by the signature of General Ludwig Wolf, and ‘GENERAL DER FLIEGER’, good very fin and a scarce named award £200-£300
Sold for £600
Germany, Third Reich, Luftwaffe Paratrooper Qualification Badge, by Paul Maybauer, Berlin, the recipient’s details crudely engraved on reverse, with original rivets, pin and hinge, the retaining hook missing, otherwise very fine £60-£80
Sold for £320
Germany, Third Reich, Close Combat Clasp, ‘Bronze’ grade, reverse marked, ‘Fec. W.E. Peekhaus Berlin’ and ‘Ausf. A.G.M. u K Gablonz’, pin-backed; together with a War Service Cross of Merit First Class with swords, reverse stamped ‘3’, with retaining pin; and a Wound Badge, blackened, last lacking retaining pin, otherwise good very fine (3) £100-£140
Sold for £300
A German Second World War Army Single Decal Normandy Pattern Camouflage Combat Helmet. A standard M.40 combat helmet, which unusually is not size stamped to the inner shell. The exterior skull retains at least 50% of its combat finish camouflage with faint traces of the army eagle visible. Faint traces of the Normandy colour green mixed with the dunkel gelb paint remaining. Interior liner of 8 tongues still intact with an original drawstring. Som...
Sold for £800
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Single Decal M.40 Combat Helmet. A maker Q64 size shell, the exterior having a rough over-paint, which has been factory adhered, complete with a virtually undamaged reapplied Luftwaffe single decal eagle. To the interior the 8 tongued liner all intact, leather supple with original drawstring. Original owner’s name ‘Unterofz.Hundt’ ink applied, with its original chinstrap, reasonable condition £200-£300
Sold for £550
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Officer’s Visor Cap. The very heavily service worn Luftwaffe officer’s visor cap, which is ‘Erel’ double marked, with the original owner’s name tag ‘Lt. Ernst Loos’ to the centre celluloid lozenge. One minor moth nip to the crown, heavily shredded waffenfarbe, with its completely original but slightly oxidised national eagle and cockade with matching chinstraps. The interior sweatband is complete...
Sold for £260
A Rare Second World War S.S. Fez of the German/ Muslim 13th Gebirgs Division. A distinctive Fez in red felt, with black tassel and standard machine woven skull and crossbones cloth insignia, with leather inner band; together with a small ‘Axis Powers’ printed flag, depicting the flags of Germany, Japan, Spain, and Italy, mounted in a glazed display frame, slight moth damage to Fez otherwise in good condition and rare (2) £300-£400
Sold for £440
A German Second World War Army Officer’s Dagger. Excellent blade by F. W. Holler, Solingen. All cross grain finish remaining. Deep orange grip. The coloration of the cross guard, upper pommel, lower ring and scabbard all match. Complete with a set of hangers of which the sprung loaded clips all function correctly. The brocade has shredded and slightly oxidised but still strong. Tied to the dagger is a shredded army dagger knot, good condition...
Sold for £420
The German Second World War Luftwaffe 2nd Pattern Officer’s Dagger attributed to Night-Fighter Ace Feldwebel Rudolf Frank. Excellent blade by WKC, Solingen. The blade has been personally marked beneath the Luftwaffe eagle cross-guard ‘R.F.’ on one side, and ‘NJG III’ on the other. The coloration of all the fittings, which include the upper pommel, cross guard and scabbard all match. Part of the grip wire to the orange grip missing, comp...
Sold for £900
A German Second World War Hitler Youth Knife. A rather poor condition blade but having its Blood & Honour motto still visible. One chip to the blade, it would clean. Complete with its maker ‘Carl Heiderberg, Solingen’. Undamaged grips. The plating to the upper pommel and cross guard is missing. All placed in its original scabbard, which has lost all its original paint but complete with its belt loop system, which has been non contemporarily r...
A German Second World War Armed Forces Parade Bayonet. A nice clean Eickhorn bladed parade bayonet, good bright form with its leather washer, undamaged celluloid grips, all nickel plating remaining to the upper pommel, which is slotted for a rifle with the fixing system present and working correctly. All placed in its original scabbard, which retains much of its original paint and patent leather parade frog, very good condition £30-£40
A German Second World War K98 Bayonet. A very good matched number bayonet with the blade retaining virtually all of its original blueing, numbered 9586 which matches the number stamped to the front of the scabbard. Bakelite grips. Waffen amt stamp to the upper pommel with the blueing remaining. All placed in its original scabbard, which does have an indentation close to the base and its original leather frog, which is maker marked and indistinctl...
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Combat Belt and Buckle. A one piece aluminium cast Luftwaffe buckle, maker marked ‘OLC’ within a raised lozenge on the reverse side. Complete with its original leather tab, which is LBA Luftwaffe acceptance stamped and Ludenscheid maker marked, dated 1939, with its full length belt leather, which is also maker marked, dated 1941; together with a heavily worn Luftwaffe other ranks belt buckle, indistinct rai...
Sold for £160
This collection was sold on 8 May 2019.
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