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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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militaria item NRSL sports badge, bronze eagle
- German
These were worn by the National Sports League as qualification badges on sports vests and singlets. A variation of this badge (on a somewhat larger scale, with Olympic rings beneath) was worn by the German Olympic team. The National Sports League would have involved all athletics.
£30.00
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militaria item Sleeve badge for FLAK GUNNER
- German
This rather splendid looking badge would have been worn by an able or leading seaman working THE SHIPBOARD FLAK defences. They were worn on the upper left sleeve of the naval uniform. The devices are machine woven in bright red rayon against a wool background with a fine mesh backing.
£15.00
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militaria item NS Studentenbund sports vest eagle
- German
This is perhaps one of the rarest of the sports vest eagles. The Studentenbund took over from where the HJ left off, principally for university students. The belt buckle is certainly one of the hardest to find. The eagle is 12.5cm across the wing span and would appear to be machine woven mercised cotton, off white on a dark blue ground.
£75.00
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militaria item Army officer's/ORs peaked cap cockade
- German
These were introduced in 1933, when the black/white/red of the new regime replaced the black/gold/red colours of the Weimar era, adding a wreath of oak leaves to the former rather plain cap roundel. The Reichsadler was worn above this. There was also a bullion version in spun aluminium wire.
£25.00
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