Standard wool construction olive drab field cap used by the Japanese army until the end of the war. Above visor to front of cap is sewn a yellow wool five-pointed star.Three ventilation holes to either side of cap.Rear has fastening canvas tie string with six metal eyelets intact.Interior brown leather sweatband and soft Hessian cloth lining.Some light wear to outer wool of cap. Nice worn and used example.
NS-RKB flag bearers armband insignia of gilded alloy with embroiderd cloth centre flag of iron cross with swastika.To the reverse is a double pin with retainers for attaching to the centre of the navy blue wool armband worn mounted on the upper right sleeve .
This is a very rare piece of insignia.Excellent condition.
The Italian Eastern Front medal.Some paint loss to centre.To reverse top is inscription 'DNJEPR DONETZ'. To bottom is dates 'LUGIO 941 LUGIO 942'. Centre of cross has letters CSIR with BUG and DON on either side.Beneath date to bottom is manufacturers name and address 'LORIOLI MILANO ROMA,A PICOZZI MILANO'
The Gallipoli Star or Iron Crescent was instituted by the Sultan Mehmed Reshad V in 1915 for bravery in battle. Some enamel has come away to upper part of star and to lower right. To the reverse is maker marked for "B.B. & Co.".
Die struck sheet metal badge .Most of the silver wash is missing.Vertical pin and soldered catch all intact to reverse. Reverse is marked with embossed, third pattern inscription, (circa 1939-44), "Eigentum der Obersten S.A. Führung", (Property of the SA Supreme Command). Reverse also has embossed manufacturers name and location, "W. Redo Saarlautern".
Alloy badge commemorating the handover of Inf Regt 61 in 1938.Features the Regimental cypher and Imperial crown.Infanterie-Regiment von der Marwitz (8. Pommersches) Nr. 61 was an elite Imperial Regiment with a proud history.
Nice die struck bronze example has the second pattern (1935-39) inscription, "Eigentum D. S.A. Sportabz. Hauptstelle" (Property of-the S.A. Sports-badge Head-department) to reverse. The reverse also has the embossed maker’s name, "BERG & NOLTE AG" "Lüdenscheid," and stamped serial number. Its complete flat pin, soldered hinge and catch assembly is intact.
Die struck award with silver wash (wash is worn as is normal).Vertical pin to reverse with retainer to its base. Embossed to the left of the reverse is "D.R.G.M. 35269" ("Deutsche Reichs Gebrauchsmuster," or, German National Registered-design [Patent] 35269), and "Wernstein Jena" is to the right.
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.
Nice condition 1937 pattern die struck bronze award.The reverse is a vertical pin-back device and with retainer. Embossed to the left of the reverse is "D.R.G.M. 35269" ("Deutsche Reichs Gebrauchsmuster," or, German National Registered-design [Patent] 35269), and maker "Wernstein Jena" is to the right.
A pressed sand colour paper badge. To its obverse "Reichssport"(National-sport) and "Wettkampf" (Competition) above Hitler Youth diamond. The diamond sits atop a circular stadium, with flags flying to either side of it. "M.Q.," maker initials to side of flags.
Long Service medal with cypher and 1st October 1938 medal ribbon with a stamped brass Prague Castle bar cypher .Mounted on a sheet metal backing plate. The reverse of the backing plate has a horizontal pin and catch and a grey cloth panel hand-stitched in place.
Die struck alloy decoration with nickel-silver plated highlights, a frosted white finish and a black enamel swastika.Gothic script to reverse "Für treue Dienste" (For Loyal Service). Complete with original ribbon with pin-back device.
Comprises Long Service medal with cypher and 1st October 1938 medal ribbon with a stamped brass Prague Castle bar cypher.Complete with metal backing plate and pin.
Alloy badge for the Aachen Pilgrimage in 1937 to Aachen Cathedral.Approximately 800,000 Catholics came to Aachen in silent protest against the Nazi Regime and its ideology.Depicts Aachen Cathedral and inscribed with words 'Heiligtumsfahrt Aachen 1937'