A boxed example of the very rare Silver Spanish Cross without swords attributed to Rudolf Wachtler & Lange complete with LDO box. This rare award without swords was awarded to non combatants and is much rarer than the version with swords.
Only 327 were awarded.
Lovely condition medal with nearly all silver finish remaining.Cornflower blue ribbon with embroidered Police emblem.Box constructed of carded paper with faux green leather exterior .Lid embossed with silver Oakleaves and '18'.Interior has grey felt lining.Some wear to box lining.
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.
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. Rare miniature bar included.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 'Franz Reischauer, Oberstein'
Stamped alloy shield with bronze wash.Prongs have been removed and three holes drilled for sewing on uniform.Some verdigris to front and rear.
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.".
Alloy award with a bronze wash. The reverse features embossed Latin script to the center, "1 Oktober 1938", encompassed by additional embossed script, "Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer" (One People, One State, One Leader). The award comes housed in its original softwood and cardboard construction issue case with a simulated grained burgundy leather covering with impressed gilt printed national eagle to the center of the lid.Unfortunately the swastika has been removed or DeNazified. The interior of the case has a burgundy flock lining to the bottom. The interior top lid is lined in white satin.
Alloy construction badge in the form of the Hitler Youth eagle with
mobile swastika to its breast and a sword in one talon, and a hammer in
the other. Written above is "Gebietsaufmarsch" (Area-parade), "Gebiet"
(Area), and "Westf. 9" (Westphalia 9). A horizontal pin-back device is
to reverse.Embossed RZM logo and "M9/25' for 'R.SIEPER & SOHNE,
Zinc alloy award . The award comes complete with its original tan paper card issue envelope with black printed script "Medaille Winterschlacht Im Osten 1941/42 (Ostmedaille)". The reverse of the envelope also has black printed manufacturer's name, "Hauptmunzampt Wien 40."( Austrian Mint)
Deutsches Rotes Kreuz (German Red Cross) brooch worn at the neck of the female personnel service uniform.
Die struck alloy brooch with a silver wash and black white and red painted finish.
Die struck bronze alloy construction medal with a bronze wash. Latin script, "Für Arbeit zum Schutze Deutschlands", (For Work on the Defenses of Germany) to reverse. Comes with a tan paper envelope with black printed Gothic script "Deutsches Schutzwall-Ehrenzeichen", (German Defense Wall Honor Award). Reverse of envelope has black printed Gothic scripted manufacturer's name "Carl Poellath Schrobenhansen".
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.
Bronze alloy medal with bronze wash.Comes with paper card issue envelope with black printed Gothic script "Deutsches Schutzwall-Ehrenzeichen", (German Defense Wall Honor Award). Reverse of envelope has black printed Gothic scripted manufacturer's name and location, "Carl Poellath Schrobenhansen".