Excellent condition private purchase Police shako with molded black vulcanfibre body.Front of shako has a large alloy eagle and alloy national tricolour cockade.Brown leather chinstrap with alloy adjustment sliders.Tan leather interior liner. Tie string present.Interior crown has manufacturer label with size '58'1/2 Robert Lubstein, Berlin NO 55,Heinrich Rollerstr 16-17 Erel Berlin'
Private purchase visor cap with field grey doeskin wool body and white wool waffenfarbe to crown and bordering centreband.Front of cap has a alloy eagle,alloy wreath and tricolour cockade.Blackened leather chinstrap with sliding adjustment buckles.Cap interior lined in gold rayon.Clear celluloid sweat diamond with 'Extra Klasse' logo and owners name written on paper insert slip ' Max Buhler Gefr' (Gefreiter)
Brown sweatband with embossed 'KARST' to side. Some moth nips to front and crown and some staining.
Zinc construction clasp.Magnetic backing plate intact.Pin and retainer complete.Maker details to reverse 'F.L.L.' for Friedrich Linden of Ludenscheid and the designer's 'Fec. W.E. Peekhaus, Berlin'
Memorial plaque and citations to Trimmer Samuel Bodycombe Rees, H.M.S. Calgarian. H.M.S. Calgarian was an Armed Merchant Cruiser of the Royal Navy.She was sunk by U-19 off Rathlin Island Northern Ireland on March 1st 1918.The initial torpedo strike did not sink her and she managed to contain the damage but was struck by a further four torpedoes from the U-Boat despite being surrounded by other ships protecting her.The frame has a small split to top left corner.Framer details to reverse of frame.
Multi piece construction flag all complete with rope attachment and in excellent condition.Difficult to determine age as no markings and WWII flags are very similar to later ones in construction.65'' x 36'' approx
Death Plaque named to Andrew Johnstone. Very nice brass photo frame trench art decorated with 'Somme' and 'Ancre' to top corners with crown in centre.To bottom 'France' with flowers engraved on both sides.Photograph has the soldier in full uniform,however it is very difficult to determine his regiment as his belt buckle and Plaid brooch are quite small and it is hard to make out the images.
Work book for foreign worker in Vienna. .Green carded cover.40 pages with 'Deutsches Reich, Arbeitsbuch Fur Auslander'( Work Book For Foreigners) to front cover .
Named to Maria Gunsch a Polish worker from Gartniki in north eastern Poland near the border with Belarus.She was employed as a kitchen assistant on 17th Dec 1942 for Elise and Franz Waltschek in a Wine Bar at Schulgasse 26 in the Weinhaus district of Vienna.
On the back in the name box is another name for a Stephania Zcezmzya? .Why this is not Maria Gunsch name in the box we do not know,perhaps the book was instead issued to Maria and as for the other girl ,we will never know.
Excellent condition with nearly all original black paint remaining.'POLICE' to front of helmet in white paint.Interior of helmet stamped with date 1938 and 'XEII HBH 1938'( HARRISON BROS & HOWSON SHEFFIELD.) .Liner and chinstrap in good condition.
Book for tracing family history and lineage and checking for racial purity. Well filled in book with individuals ancestry.Also has form for the Extract From The Baptism from the Evangelical Parish Church in Dobrilugk dated 1st Oct 1937
Grey card stock cover.Various details filled in.Includes twp photos of Kriegsmarine U-Boats and crew on deeck returning to base. No indication he served in the Kriegsmarine.
Alloy decoration with nickel-silver plated highlights ,much white frosting finish remaining and black enamel swastika. Für treue Dienste" (For Loyal Service), to the reverse.Pinback device to top reverse of ribbon. .The award is housed in a red simulated leather cardboard case, with a "25" embossed in silver to its top. Red felt interior.Bottom corners of case the cardboard is detached cleanly at corners .Maker label to interior of box lid of 'Paul Meybauer, Militar-Eff-.Ordenfabr. Berlin SW68'
Book for tracing family history and lineage and checking for racial purity. Well filled in book with individuals ancestry.
Hardback. J.J. Fedorowicz Publishing.396 pages. History of the 7th SS Mountain Division 'Prinz Eugen' by Otto Kumm.
Certificate to a Herr Barich for completing an introductory course in drawing from 15.11.38-18.2.39 and taking part in eight of eleven double lessons.
Has the D.A.F. recognised Vocational Education Stamp and a B.M.W. branch stamp for Eisenach .Certificate signed by the Training Department Head.
Rare unused British Civilian Filter all complete with rubber inlet valve to rear which is discarded when used and attached to the respirator.Dated Jan 1937 to rubber band and stamped to the metal cylinder ''BW&M Ltd 1937'.
Comes housed in a respirator box stamped to lid the word 'TOP' .The owners address has been written in pencil to the lid.