A very nice ,Anglo Italian/German Africa campaign medal.
Comes on its original, slightly faded ribbon and attaching pin, with a small stain on ribbon. Shows some slight rubbing to the highlights.
Medal has makers marks DE MAROHIS and LORIOLI MILANO.
A very good condition NSDAP party badge.
Badge retains all of its enamelling and its attaching pin. The back is RZM marked and numbered 6 for the maker Fritz Zimmermann.
In all a nice pre M1 numbers party badge.
A very nice condition, Tombac made West wall medal and its original issue packet.
Shows some slight rubbing to the highlights and comes with its original piece of ribbon.
A very nice condition,40 year Faithful Service cross and issue case.
The cross is in good condition and the ribbon still has its attaching pin.
The underside of the lid is maker marked for Deschler and Sohn. Munchen.
A good condition, Tombac made West Wall medal on its original piece of ribbon.
Show some slight rubbing to the highlights otherwise fine.
A nice, used condition Bronze grade DRL sports award.
The badge shows some slight rubbing to the highlights and still retains its attaching pin.
To the reverse its uncommon to find maker for Hensler. Pforzheim also DRGM issue number.
A good condition, Luftwaffe boot fighting knife.
The blade has some sharpening near the tip and still retains a lot of its cross graining.
The blade has the Luftwaffe stick eagle number 5 acceptance mark. The scabbard retains lots of its original finish showings some wear.
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A nice, used condition T shaped cloth eagle.
Cap removed item, still retains some of its original attaching thread.
The T form insignia was most commonly worn on the Mountain Trooper and the M43 field caps.
A good condition, early casualty WW1 British Death plaque to;
7669 Pte Fred Hawker. 1st Battalion, Somerset Light Infantry.
Only one man with this name listed on the Commonwealth war graves
Killed in action only 12 days after the war started, at one of the earliest battles of WW1 after the retreat at Mons at the Battle of Le Cateau.
The British II Corps fought a delaying action at Le Cateau to slow the German pursuit of the BEF.
He was entitled to the 14 Star and clasp.
An excellent condition,2nd Class Iron cross.
Correct three piece construction with magnetic core.
The cross retains almost all of its original finish, the ring is numbered 113 for the maker Hermann Aurich. Dresden.
Really nice piece, difficult to upgrade.
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