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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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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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militaria item Kriegsmarine ORs cap insignia
- German
There are good pre-war photos showing this in use, viz the Graf Spee's world cruise, for instance. U-boat crews would always wear these at formal events like the Indienstellung (commissioning) of their boat, reverting to the schiffchen (fore and aft cap) for regular service use.
£65.00
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militaria item Feldgrau wool edelweis Gebirgsjaeger arm badge
- German
The Gebirgsjaeger (mountain troops) were recruited mainly in Bavaria and Austria, both these countries having a strong, first-rate mountaineering tradition. They served with great distinction in Norway, Crete and Russia.
£45.00
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militaria item NSDAP leader's visor cap cockade (2nd model)
- German
This replaced the simple black/white/red type, essentially just adding the oak leaf wreath to the round cockade. This was worn by all party leaders fom Ortsleiter right up to the top, Reichsleiter. This zinc with gilt wash example might well be a late war piece on account of the zinc base and painted red centre.
£30.00
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militaria item Senior diplomat's cap insignia
- German
This mis-matched set is from the dark blue visor cap of the senior elements of the state officials and diplomatic corps, eg ambassadors. People like Ribbentrop and Constantin von Neurath can be seen in photos wearing this insignia. It was introduced for the diplomatic corps in 1938 on a black visor cap, a summer version being in white.
£180.00
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militaria item SS Fordende Mittglieder lapel pin
- German
This is the 'contributing members' pin awarded to financial supporters of the SS. The translation of the German is: 'Thanks of the SS for loyalty // help in the time of struggle'. It is nicely stamped with RZM and some issue numbers on the reverse, as well as 'GES.GESCH.' (for patent pending).
£200.00
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militaria item Danzig Air Raid Police lapel pin
- German
One of the rarer Third Reich lapel pins (23 mm diameter), these were given to the civilians who operated as air wardens in Danzig (the present day port of Gdansk in Poland, which, in the 1930s, was a free port and an autonomous entity surrounded by Polish soil). They have the emblem of Danzig at the base of the badge on the white circlet.
£140.00
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militaria item Danzig Air Raid Police lapel pin
- German
One of the rarer Third Reich lapel pins (23 mm diameter), these were given to the civilians who operated as air wardens in Danzig (the present day port of Gdansk in Poland, which, in the 1930s, was a free port and an autonomous entity surrounded by Polish soil). They have the emblem of Danzig at the base of the badge on the white circlet.
£140.00
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militaria item NSKK female driver's badge
- German
These badges were given to the female drivers of the NSKK, in all probability a war time creation, as that is exactly when the women would have come into their own as auxilliary drivers within Germany. The translation of the German is: 'Wartime female driver'. As Party badges go, it is a relatively scarce one.
£95.00
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