Belt buckle is early die stamped solid nickel/silver construction features a smooth outer field with a high relief, embossed, central motif pattern consisting of an SS style national eagle with out-stretched wings, clutching a wreath encompassing a static swastika. The swastika and wreath are encompassed by a circular rope border with Gothic script motto, "Meine Ehre heißt Treue!", (My Honour is Loyalty!). The reverse of the buckle has buckle catch, prong bar and prongs all intact. The reverse is marked with the stamped manufacturer’s initials,"O&C", indicating manufacture by Overhoff & Cie of Lüdenscheid and "Ges. gesch.", indicating, Gesetzlich Geschützt,(Protected by Law). Black leather belt is complete and in good condition and ink stamped on tongue '94' and maker stamp however this is difficult to decipher.
Very nice tunic that came with other tunic and trousers belonging to Capt Bridge of the Indian 7th Light Cavalry.With all original insignia and minus ribbon bar but retaining Oak Leaf cluster for mentioning in despathes. One small moth hole present.Inside label present and dated March 1942 and maker details 'Prices Tailors Limited Proprietor of The Fifty Shilling Tailors'. This tunic came with the other cavalry tunic (Code: 2188) and trousers (Code: 1585) all belonged to Capt Bridge. V.G.C.
Named to Capt J.C Bridge. Blouse dated 1942 size 10.Maker 'SINDALL BROS & CO LTD'. War Dept stamp.Insignia all original and present to the 7th Light Cavalry .There has been a ribbon bar present on tunic but has been removed.This tunic came in with the Battledress trousers (Code: 1585) and the other Cavalry tunic (Code: 1929) all belonged to Capt Bridge.
Die struck solid backed zinc alloy construction badge with gilt and silver finishes. The reverse has vertical pin and catch all intact. Marked with the designer and manufacturers names, "Fec. Adolf Bock", and "Ausf. Schwerin-Berlin"
Blue/grey wool/rayon blend construction cap. The front center of the cap has machine embroidered luftwaffe eagle in silver/grey cotton threads on a wool base and the front center of the fold down panels has a machine embroidered national tri-color cockade in black, white and red rayon threads. Silver wire Officer tress to fold down panels.Interior lining in good condition and size stamped 54.
1944 dated Service blouse made by M.CRAPS & SONS LTD.War Dept stamp. Size No 18.Observer embroidered badge to front and R.A.F. titles to shoulders.Height is 6' 1'' Chest 41''-42'' Waist 38''. All buttons stitching intact.Tunic in excellent condition.
The life of the Fuhrer in pictures.Complete album in fair condition.Binding is loose in places but all pages are present however some are detached. Some tears and front cover has some dents and scuff marks.Some pages have signs of damp stains. Dated 1936.138 pages hardback.
Zinc solid back badge maker marked '30' for 'Hauptmunzampt Wien'. We think there is a possibility this is could be a late war black wound badge utilizing a silver wounds badge due to shortages.
A very nice 1937 pattern die struck bronze award. Reverse has embossed manufacturers mark, "Ferd. Wagner", and "D.R.G.M. 35269", for Deutsche Reichs Gebrauchsmuster, (German National Registered Design, 35269). Complete vertical retaining pin and standard retaining catch all intact.