£98.00
Item: A31
Cross of Honour 1914-18 or 'Hindenburg Cross' Set of 3 in excellent and almost un-issued condition and complete with ribbons. Combatants Cross (Maker stamped with indistinct logo within a triangle), Non-Combatants Cross (Maker stamped G13) and Black 'Next of Kin' (maker stamped RS). This was Germany's first official service medal awarded during WW2 for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Political & Civil Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£95.00
Item: A4
WW1 German Court Mounted awards group. 'Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse’ Iron Cross 2nd class & ‘Ehrenkreuz 1914-1918 für Frontkämpfer’ Cross of Honour for Combatants. Few moth nips otherwise good condition (see photographs). Cross of Honour stamped on the reverse with the maker: ‘R.V. 26 Pforzheim’. As the Iron Cross 2nd class awards would have been maker marked (if any) on the ribbon ring, this is impossible to determine.

£46.50
Item: A27
‘The War Merit Cross (Kriegsverdienstkreuz) (non-Combatants). Complete with long ribbon. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded the same as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service, not in direct connection with combat, and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in ‘furtherance of the war effort’. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Political & Civil Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£265.00
Item: A5
Scarce heavy cast iron made award non-Portable award for Nationalsozialistischer Arbeitsdienst. (National Socialist German Labour Front) or ‘DAF’ Abteilung (Detachment) 5/215 for the town of Hückelhoven in Germany. Jahrgang (Year) 1935. The award measures 23 x 16cm and in excellent condition and complete with hanging loop. The German Labour Front was the National Socialist labour organisation that replaced the various independent trade unions in Germany after Adolf Hitler's rise to power.

£55.00
Item: A1
Cross of Honor of the German Mother ‘Bronze Class’ (Ehrenkreuz der deutschen Mutter). Date and facsimile of Hitler’s Signature on reverse. The award was introduced to reward women who produced large families and the criteria were: 4 and 5 children (Bronze), 6 and 7 children (Silver) and 8 or more children (Gold). Complete with 26cm ribbon. Small chip to white enamel on lower arm of the cross.

£545.00
Item: A21
VERY scarce 'Mine Rescue Service Decoration' (Grubenwehr-Ehrenzeichen) and ribbon and COMPLETE with its original award certificate (Gehilfen-Prüfungszeugnis) & booklet (Gesellenbrief). Awarded in September 1943 to: Josef Blaumauer, Technischer Zeichner (Technical Illustrator) at Reichswerke AG Alpine Montanbetriebe “Hermann Göring” Linz. (Hermann Göring Mines in Linz/Donau). Very seldom see award, especially with its documentation. The Mine Rescue Service Decoration was awarded for 15 years service, for injury in the line of duty, performed outstanding service, particularly at the risk of their lives.

£24.50
Item: A8
Third Reich ‘Day Badge’ or ‘Tinnie’. ‘Weihnachten in Jedem Deutscher Haus. Wir Helfen!’ (For a Christmas celebration in every German House. We gave!).


£148.00SOLD
Item: A20
‘Polizei-Dienstauszeichnung Ordenskreuz’ (Police Long Service Cross) 2nd class in silver for 18 years. 43mm Cross suspended on cornflower blue ribbon in ‘court mounted’ form, with silver woven Eagle & Swastika to ribbon and complete with makers label on the rear for Berlin maker. Very nicely mounted and weighty award. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Political & Civil Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£32.00SOLD
Item: A12

Bronze Cross of Honour 1914-18 or 'Hindenburg Cross' with Swords (combatants) in excellent un-issued condition and complete with ribbon. Maker stamped with indistinct logo within a triangle. This was Germany's first official service medal awarded during WW2 for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war, and where they had since died it was also awarded to their surviving next-of-kin (Black).

£165.00SOLD
Item: A26
‘‘Eisernes Kreuz 1. Klasse’ (Iron Cross 1st Class). Non-maker marked award. Instituted on 1st September 1939. Authorised for 3-5 acts of bravery in combat beyond the normal fulfilment of duty. Awarded to all members of the Wehrmacht and Waffen SS or those organisational personnel in direct support of the military. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Political & Civil Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£245.00
Item: A18
Beautifully detailed and cased bronze Third Reich award ‘für Besondere Leistungen in der Tierzucht’ (For Special Services in Animal Breeding). Seldom seen item. Case embossed on the front with a gold Eagle & Swastika and stamped on the rear with the maker ‘Preuss. Staatsmunze. Berlin SW19’.

£48.00
Item: A6
Demyansk Shield ‘1942’ (Ärmelschild Demjansk) in relic and rusty condition but retains its highly detailed design. Cut from uniform. The shield was a World War II German military decoration awarded to military personnel who fought in the Demyansk pocket. It commemorated the successful defence of Demyansk, achieved through the use of an air bridge. The pocket of German troops had been encircled and cut off by the Red Army around Demyansk (Demjansk), south of Leningrad, during World War II on the Eastern Front. Adolf Hitler instituted the award on 25 April 1943. It was not bestowed after 1 July 1944.

£185.00
Item: A2
Feuerwehr Ehrenzeichen 1936 Pattern (Fire Brigade Decoration) 2nd Class with Ribbon. Very good issued condition. Small chip to white enamelling on the top arm of the cross. The Fire Brigade Decoration was instituted on 22.12.1936 by the Minister of the Interior. Designed by Herbert Knötel of Berlin, and were intended for award to both active and volunteer fire fighters and to fire administrators.


£48.00SOLD
Item: A24
‘Winterschlacht im Osten 1941-42’ (Medal for the Winter Campaign in Russia 1941-42). Commonly known among the Wehrmacht as the ‘Frozen Flesh Medal’. This award was introduced on the 26th of May 1942 to recognise those who participated in the first winter of Operation Barbarossa (the invasion of the Soviet Union).  The mammoth endeavour to attain "living space in the east" for Germany employed over 3 million men separated into 3 Army groups; North (Leeb), Center (Bock), and South (Rundstedt).

£225.00
Item: A3
Nationalsozialistisches Fliegerkorps or NSFK (The National Socialist Flyers Corps) non-portable Bronze Award for 'Nationalsocialitisches fliegerkorps Deutschlandflug 1938' (National Socialist Air Corps Germany Flight 1938). Serial numbered 1092. Back reads: “Mit Unserem Führer, Im Gleichen Schritt, Und Tritt, Fliegen Wir Fur Unser Ewiges Deutschland”(With Our Leader, In Same Step, And Kick, We Fly For Our Eternal Germany). 9.5x8cm

£95.50SOLD
Item: A29
‘Wehrmacht –Dienstauszeichnungen’ Army ‘12’ Year Long Service Award. Excellent almost un-issued condition. service awards were instituted on 16 march 1936; exactly one year after Hitler introduced military service throughout Germany. Issued in four classes including 4, 12, 18 and 25 years of service. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Military Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£24.50
Item: A7
Third Reich ‘Day Badge’ or ‘Tinnie’. ‘Deutsch ist Die Saar. 1934. Des Deutschen Ehre ist Die Treue'. (The Saar is German! 1934. German Honour is Loyalty!) Germany (hand on right) grasps hand of the Saar (hand on left) from which hangs the shattered chains of allied control.


£29.99
Item: A10
German WW1. ‘Old Comrades’ Pin Back Medal or Badge featuring the comrades ‘shaking Hands’. Complete with ribbon and pin back fitting for wear on the breast. Very good clean condition. Item measures 6x3cm at widest points.


£249.00SOLD
Item: A30
Scarce Medaille “Füausgezeichnete Leistungen im technischen Dienst der Luftwaffe”  (For Outstanding Achievements in the Technical Branch of the Air Force). The 75mm. medallion was instituted by Reichsmarschall Göring in July 1940 to be awarded to those persons who had made a significant contribution to the technical development of the Luftwaffe. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Political & Civil Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£35.00
Item: A14
‘Black Grade' Cross of Honour 1914-18 or 'Hindenburg Cross' (next of kin) in excellent condition and complete with ribbon. Stamped with scarce maker logo & 'WS' for company: Wagner & Sohn, Berlin. This was Germany's first official service medal awarded during WW2 for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war, and where they had since been killed in action it was also awarded to their surviving next-of-kin.

£165.00
Item: A11
German Kriegsmarine (Navy) late war issue zinc made ‘U-Boot Kriegsabzeichen’ (Submarine War Badge). Good condition. Slight traces of the guilt finish can still be seen. A non-maker-marked award as was pretty standard of the late war produced awards. 


£85.00
Item: A16
World War 1. Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse’ (Iron Cross 2nd class) complete with its ribbon. Slightly indistinct maker ‘K.O’ stamped on the ribbon ring for the maker: Königliches Münzamt Orden, Berlin. The Iron Cross 2nd class, commonly referred to by the German recipients as E.K.2. Emperor Wilhelm II reauthorized the Iron Cross on 5 August 1914, at the start of World War I

£48.00SOLD
Item: A13
‘Ehrenkreuz der deutschen Mutter’  Cross of Honour of the German Mother 3rd class (Bronze) Miniature with bow for wear on uniforms etc. Good condition and complete with pin. This was awarded to mothers bearing four to five children.

£29.99
Item: A25
Cross of Honour 1914-18 or 'Hindenburg Cross' with Swords (combatants) in excellent CRISP condition and complete with ribbon. Maker stamped 'BNL' for the maker: Berg & Nolte, Lüdenscheid. Germany. This was Germany's first official service medal awarded during WW2 for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war, and where they had since died it was also awarded to their surviving next-of-kin.

£49.50
Item: A9
German 1st October. 1938(Sudetenland) Commemorative Medal in excellent condition and comes with its original, slightly faded ribbon. The medal was instituted on 18 October 1938, and awarded to German military personnel who participated in the occupation of Sudetenland and the occupation of Czechoslovakia in March 1939.


£145.00
Item: A17
Army/Waffen SS issue ‘Infanterie Sturmabzeichen’ (Infantry Assault Badge) in Silver. Very nice condition and with crisp detail. Reverse stamped (although slightly miss-stamped and off the edge) with the maker ‘SH u Co’ of Oberstein. The criteria for the award were: To have taken part in 3 or more infantry assaults. To have taken part in 3 or more infantry counter attacks or the combination of this and the above. To have taken part in 3 or more armed reconnaissance operations.

£85.00SOLD
Item: A22
World War 1. 'Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse’ (Iron Cross 2nd class) in clean condition and complete with a 'Non Combatants' ribbon. The Iron Cross 2nd class, commonly referred to by the German recipients as E.K.2. Emperor Wilhelm II reauthorized the Iron Cross on 5 August 1914, at the start of World War I. Nice example..

£59.00
Item: A19
Medal grouping consisting of Cross of Honour 1914-18 or 'Hindenburg Cross' with Swords (combatants) in excellent condition, complete with ribbon and maker stamped 'G3'. Also with Citation and family portrait issued 11th September 1934 to: Anton Wimmer of Koblenz. This was Germany's first official service medal awarded during WW2 for soldiers of Imperial Germany who had taken part in the war, and where they had since died it was also awarded to their surviving next-of-kin.

£85.50
Item: A28
‘Wehrmacht –Dienstauszeichnungen’ Army ‘4’ Year Long Service Award. Excellent almost un-issued condition. service awards were instituted on 16 march 1936; exactly one year after Hitler introduced military service throughout Germany. Issued in four classes including 4, 12, 18 and 25 years of service. Reference: For Führer and Fatherland, Military Awards of the Third Reich. J.R.Angolia

£47.50
Item: A23
The War Merit Cross (Kriegsverdienstkreuz) with Swords (Combatants). Complete with ribbon & small Bow Ribbon for wear on female uniform. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded the same as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service, not in direct connection with combat, and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in ‘furtherance of the war effort’.

£275.00SOLD
Item: A15
‘Scarcely seen CASED Adolf Hitler ‘Führer Plaque’ in good condition and complete with its case of issue. Very hard to find as a set! Slight age related wear to the metal. Very crisp detail. The plaque reads: “Die voraussetzung zur tat ist der wille und der mut zur wahrhaftigkeit” (The presupposition for action is the will and the courage to be true). Maker marked on the rear Adolf Trumpf, Hannover. The plaque measures 14x9.5cm. The case measures 19x14.5cm..