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  1. Wehrmacht company buttons for shoulder straps. The fieldgrey versions were worn on the field tunics, those with aluminium finish were generally worn on the parade tunics. I. Bataillon 1. Kompanie 2. Kompanie 3. Kompanie 4. Kompanie II. Bataillon 5. Kompanie 6. Kompanie 7. Kompanie 8. Kompanie III. Bataillon 9. Kompanie so far to date IV. Bataillon 13. Kompanie so far to date Note: The fieldgrey buttons for 6 or 9 in these examples are without a "dot" behind the number, interchangeable. The aluminium versions have the "dot" behind the number, so definitely
  2. A small collection of items of HJ, DJ, BDM. The dagger is an early example by Robert Klaas, Solingen. A tiny fragment is missing from the tip of the blade, the leather buffer (Stossleder) is a replacement. Fittings are in nickel-plated iron, some of the nickel has worn off in places. Scabbard with original paintwork, worn towards the end. This dagger has been improved by slight cleaning of blade and fittings to remove surface rust and staining, leaving the surrounding nickel plating intact. The leather has also been freshened up, which is recommendable, otherwise it is just a matter of ti
  3. Hermann Göring: "Alles was fliegt, gehört mir!" Göring, an original Uniform (internet photo) M. 35 helmet with 1st pattern Luftwaffe insignia. Helmet has suffered wear and storage, light corrosion, excessive dampness, chinstrap missing, liner was probably originally light tan, split at seam and one further split due to shrinkage. Marked ET62 and batch number 3762, no further markings. Finally, a close-up of the Lufwaffe eagle 1st type. As mentioned, it is stamped ET62 and with serial number 3762, definitely an early example
  4. Deutsche Reichsbahn, besetzte Gebiete HVD Brüssel - Hauptverkehrsdirektion WVD Brüssel - Wehrmachts Verkehrsdirektion Reichsbahn Verkehrsdirektion, arm eagle for personnel of traffic direction of the Deutsche Reichsbahn Direktion (Railways) Wehrmachts Verkehrsdirektion Paris RVD Kiew (Ukraine). From unused Bevo stocks. RVD Dnepropetrovsk (Ukraine). Has probably been removed from a uniform, looks as though it has been washed or cleaned after long storage
  5. An example of a very service worn field tunic of an Unterwachtmeister (equiv. of Unterfeldwebel) of a Nebelwerfer unit. The tunic has various field repairs and was manufactured about 1941, Some stamping is just about legible. The shoulder straps with a bordeaux red piping are probably from 1943/44 and have a slightly different toned Tresse. Collar patches and breast eagle have most certainly been replaced, possibly period. The Nebelwerfer Richtschütze badge to the left lower arm is definitely period sewn. The tunic certainly saw about 3-4 years front service under hard conditions. There are lo
  6. Collar patches and shoulder pieces for an Oberstleutnant (possibly von Hülsen) of the Cavalry. These originally had gilded numbers 11 attached, which were removed at outbreak of the war. Cavalry Regiment 11 was based in Wien-Stockerau (Vienna), and maintained the tradition of the former cavalry regiments of the old k.u.k. Armee. Set of insignia for officers cap, Wehrmacht. The hand-embroidered oakleaf and cockade are still in their original cellophane packaging. The eagle is pre-war alumium. Embroidered eagles were also worn. There is a maker stamp in the lining from Straubing
  7. Kriegsmarine, Officers' shoulder pieces. Both are the type for inserting into the shoulder seams, removable, with screw attachment buttons 1. Korvettenkapitän (Major) for greatcoat, etc. dark blue underlay 2. Leutnant zur See for the white summer tunic, with white underlay. Shoulder pieces were not worn by officers on the normal Bordjacke, these had cuff rank rings, etc. The shoulder pieces also normally displayed the cypher of the branch of service. These indicated would be for normal seafaring or navigation branch - Allgemeine Seefahrt oder Nautische Richtung.
  8. Tschako for Schützpolizei (not Gendarmerie). The leather of the chinstrap has been replaced, fittings original. All fittings on Tschako are aluminium. The small aluminium loop on the left sidepost is missing. This was for holding the falling white horsehair plume, rarely worn. Cockade and eagle (zink) for the peaked service cap Insignia for the M.43 cap, unused, edge with slight storage damage Portépée for the officer's sword. Woven textile band, instead of leather, mid to late war from unissued stocks Steel belt buckle with remains of matt
  9. RAD Arm Insignia This is a standard arm patch, worn on the left upper arm of the Reichs Arbeits Dienst, or Labour Corps. The Area and unit number are depicted on an upright shovel head, which was the standard emblem of the RAD. Shown also, is a picture of a young member of the RAD. This was sent to me by an old acquaintance, who has an elderly French lady as a neighbour. The French lady, in younger years, was married to the RAD man, who then later died in an accident, presumably during the war. The French lady has been living in Germany since. Unfortunately, nothing more is known about th
  10. Some uniform insignia of the S.A. collar patches 4/133 - Sturm 4 / Standarte 133, Plauen / Saxony Sturm 11 / Standarte 153, Altenburg / Thüringen Kepi eagle and button, 2nd type, aluminium SA lapel badge for civil clothing, silver by Hofstetter of Bonn Belt buckle, 3rd type and Dagger attachment Rally Badge, SA-Treffen, Nordmark, May 1935, aluminium. Armband as worn by the SA and other party organisations, unclear stamp of issue. SA Wehrkampfabzeichen (often wrongly referred to as SA Sport Badge). Iron with a bronze finish showing some wear. Manufactured by Redo, Saarlauter
  11. A small selection of representative items of the Reichsarbeitsdienst (R.A.D.) or Labour Corps - A broach for women W.R.A.D., Weiblicher Reichsarbeitsdienst, who have completed their voluntary or compulsory service - Erinnerungsbrosche maker: AN.G. Cast-stamped zinc - Headdress insignia, alumium badge for the "Robin Hood" hat and Bevo badge for either sidecap or later M.43 cap, this unissued, unsewn, "cut from the roll" - Belt buckle with leather tab showing Lüdenscheid maker and dated 1937, alumium one piece stamping - Arm insignia for unit 165/10, in Arbeitsgau 16 (Wes
  12. N.S.D.A.P. National-Sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiter-Partei Early party organisation cap or Képi eagle, button for Képi or various uniform types, gold version Collar patches, early type for N.S.D.A.P. Hauptstellenleiter, with light blue piping for Orts level 2 party badges, standard form, one with pin missing, both RZM marked, latter has probably been buried at some time. Party eagle, later form, silver version, aluminium with makers RZM mark to rear. Collar patches for a higher NSDAP official, Ortsgruppen-Bereitschaftsleiter, with original
  13. Waffen SS insignia: Set of insignia for peaked cap, Feinzink, hollow back with brass splints. Makers code behind: RZM 360/42 and RZM 499/41 A Bevo woven Totenkopf in fine silver and grey thread, original removed from forage cap An original other ranks rune collar patch, lightweight cotton material on hessian backing, grey cotton machine embroidered runes. The left patch is a remake with a well matching cotton material on a simple cardboard backing. An original pair of collar patches, black velvet, silver embroidered runes on hessian back
  14. Arm eagles as worn by the Feuerwehr, as from 1938. The Feuerwehr was under the control of the police, and therefore wore a police-style eagle. The Hamburg version is markedly different to most other examples I have seen, the inscription being in a chain-stitched straight line and in the new script, probably after 1941. The Radolfzell version is more typical of earlier types, being in gothic script and running parallell to the curved edge of the badge. Other fire brigade departments were the Feuerschutzpolizei and the Feuerlöschpolizei. Along with the Luftschutz, these played a vital def
  15. An example of an M.36 issue Feldbluse, which has been modified for wear by an officer. The tunic shows relatively light wear, mostly to the button holes. Inside stamping indicate B.40, which would have been manufactured in Berlin, 1940. Effects are possibly postwar re-applied. The shoulder straps are for an Oberleutnant of the infantry. There are loops for one decoration and for a ribbon bar. The ribbon bar, here not shown has the KVK, the Anschluss and Sudeten Medal with bar. The bellow hip pockets have been neatly stitched down for a smarter appearance, as have the cuff ends, which have been
  16. A small selection of Trade Badges for the army - Tätigkeitsabzeichen, Heer
  17. A well worn Police Tschako dating from about 1938 for members of the Schutzpolizei, the leather trim being black. It is double marked to Erel, Berlin as well as the maker, Robt. Lübstein, Heinr.-Roller-Str., Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg. It has also a pen marked name of of the wearer, Ehmke. This Tschako was probably worn postwar under the the Allied Military Government, as indicated by two further small holes under the badge. At first the eagle plate and cockade were removed and the helmet worn without insignia. Later a small aluminium medallion with a Berliner Bear for the Berlin Poliice was
  18. Shown is a pre-war set of stitch-in shoulder straps for an Oberfeldwebel of Infanterie-Regiment 69 in Wandsbek. Curiously, the Tresse is of the pattern not normally seen on later army collars and shoulder pieces. This is of the older pattern known as "linierte Tresse", as opposed to the other pattern known as "gemusterte" or "faconnierte" Tresse. These straps were probably worn on the old pattern piped tunic with pockets. Oberfeldwebel Hermann Riedel also served in this regiment.
  19. This is a typical piped parade tunic for an infantry Feldwebel. The shoulder straps bear the regimental numnber 132. This regiment was raised in 1938 after the annexation of Austria. The Austrian troops were incorporated into the Wehrmacht, and new regiments were raised. At first the Austrian uniforms were to be worn with a breast eagle. To change the structure and methods of training, German Officers, ncos and personnel was transferred from existing regiments to retrain the Austrian troops. Austria had now ceased to exist, the territories were from now on to be referred to as the Ostmark. Inf
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