1941 pattern double sided multipiece woven navy blue cotton and rayon construction pennant. Roughly 36cm long. 24cm tall.Machine embroidered national eagle in gold and brown thread.Top and bottom and hoist edges of pennant are trimmed in ribbed gilt tress with a interwoven swastika pattern. Some mothing to blue cotton on both sides.Nice item
Type W246 used on surface ships and U-Boats.8 day movement.Bakelite mounting with opening glass door face.In working order and the key is present.The eagle and swastika marking has been erased beneath the winding mechanism on the clock face.Maker J.UNGHANS.
The Harbor pilots flag was flown on Kriegsmarine vessels to indicate that the ship had a qualified harbor pilot aboard. Harbor pilots were required when bringing a ship into port.Original brass toggles attached and black stamped markings to bunting.65cm x 48.Flag has some small holes otherwise good condition.
Very nice die struck nickel silver maker marked Hitler Youth Belt Buckle by Overhoff & Cie / F. W. Assmann & Söhne.Assmann constructed the buckle and Overhoff marked it. The reverse maker marked "A Ges. Gesch. A & S” and "Overhoff & Cie”. The plated steel prongs have oxidized.Belt is size stamped and owners name 'Peter Nehrling' written on inside.Belt heavily worn to exterior but could be polished.
Molded black bakelite construction.Maker marked 'hap' for Max Kohl Chemnitz.Leather carrying strap in good condition.Directional dial has become dislodged from centre mount,still attached but not swivelling.I believe this could be repaired.Glass mirror has some minor rust