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.
A near mint example with nearly all silver frosting remaining. Maker numbered '27' for Anton Schenkl Wien a very desired maker.Hard to find a nicer example than this.
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.
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.
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.
Hard pressed paper badge minus pin.Gilt eagle on brown backing.Dated 15 Mai 1938.Above eagle is words 'Fur Ehre und Freiheit ur Arbeit und Brot'.Beneath eagle is 'Kreisabschuttstreffen'
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'
Bismarck youth badge from the youth wing of the German National Peoples Party (DNVP) a national Conservative party during the time of the Weimar Republic. Before the rise of the Nazi Party (NSDAP) it was the major conservative and nationalist party in Weimar Germany. It was an alliance of nationalists, reactionary monarchists, and other elements, and supported by the Pan German League.1930s enamel stick pin