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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve patch - helmsman
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case a helmsman. It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve patch - administrative
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case an administrative post. It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve patch - cartographer
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case a cartographer. It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve patch - naval ordnance
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case naval ordnance. It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve patch - Sperrvormann
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case Sperrvormann (I think this is either mine layer or possibly mine sweeper). It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve badge - range finder
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case a range finder. This would have been an artillery NCO, who would have been responsible for gauging the distance of a given target (in order to set the fuse on the shell). It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's qualification badge for 1st mate
- German
This would appear to be a sleeve badge for wear on a summer white tunic or the naval summer blouse. The Deutsche Uniformen booklet, published by Moritz Ruhl in the period, describes this as a mate's badge ('maate').
£15.00
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militaria item Kriegsmarine NCO's sleeve badge - cartographer
- German
These oval badges were worn by NCOs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case sea and coastal charts. It would have been worn on the upper left arm.
£15.00
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militaria item ORs torpedo mechanic specialist sleeve badge
- German
These round badges were worn by ORs and denoted their particular professional skill, in this case a torpedo mechanic. Torpedo mechanics would have been responsible for maintaining the tin fish on the U-boats, torpedo boats and destroyers, setting fuses and depth running systems. It was worn on the upper left arm.
£10.00
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militaria item Luftwaffe sport's vest eagle
- German
This is the second pattern Luftwaffe eagle (swept back tail), maker marked Bevo, Wuppertal. It was introduced around 1935 and worn on a white sleeveless vest. It would have been worn for athletics, etc.
£35.00
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The sword lives up to expectations and looks even better than on the website. The detail and etching is superb.

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