Iron Cross First Class. Three pieces made. Magnetic core. Slightly convex. Screw back system. Maker marked L/50 (Gebrüder Godet & Co.). Hard to find. Very good condition. No "make an offer" allowed. Weight: 22'25grs. Dimension: 44'50mm x 44'50mm.
Driver's Proficienty Badge. Bronze grade. Bronzed die-stamped metal. Reverse with a circular metal support plate with two prongs. All the set covered with a piece of beige paper. Between both pieces, circular green wool backer. Very good condition. Weight: 16'07grs. Dimension: 45mm x 41mm.
SA Sport Badge in Gold. Type 1. Gilded bronze. Non magnetic. Maker marked "E.SCHNEIDER" "EIGENTUM D. CHEFS D. AUSBILDUNGSWESENS" "LüDENSCHEID". Numbered "211369". Very good conditinon (mint). Weight: 18'11 grs. Dimension: 57mm x 45'5mm.
Close Combat Clasp in Bronze. Zinc. Maker marked "Fec. W.E. Peekhaus Berlin" "Ausf. A.G.M u K. Gablonz". Retains the 100% of its bronze wash and the central plate the 85% of its blue finish wash. Very difficult to upgrade. No "make an offer" allowed. Weight: 30'21grs. Dimension: 26mm x 98mm.
Kreissieger 1938. Second class. Bronze. Enamels in very good condition. Pebbled red enamels are fine too. Maker marked "G.Brehmer, Markneukirchen". Weight: 27'02grs. Dimension: 47'5mm x 50mm. Not "make an offer" allowed.
Nice photograph from a young member of the H.J. Obergau Süd in the Süd Nurnberg district. Good condition. Dated 1939. Dimension: 7cms x 5'5cms.
Minesweepers War Badge. Tombak. Early production of Rudolf Karneth (R.K.). Retains the 100% and 95% of its gilded and silvered wash. Reverse with maker marked "R.K."; block hinge; vertical pinback and round wire catch. Very good condition and example of R.K. "eight waves" variant. Scarce to find and difficult to upgrade. Weight: 25'09grs. Dimension: 56mm...
Heer Krim Shield. magnetic. Pressed steele in bronze (mainly lost). With four prongs on original feld-grau cloth. All the set over an original zinc back plate with some corrosion areas. Unmarked.
West Wall Medal. Bronze. Non magnetic. Unmarked. Mint condition (without corrosion). Original short ribbon. Weight: 17'96grs. Dimension: 41mm x 33mm.
Iron Cross Second Class. Magnetic core. Three pieces made. Maker marked "123" (Beck, Hassinger & Co.). Used and with some areas of corrosion. Original short ribbon. Weight: 20'02grs. Dimension: 44'3mm x 44'3mm.
German Mother Cross in Gold. Bronze gild and blue enamels on his arms with white enamels frame. Circular center with black swastika on white enamel. Reverse flat wirh inscription "16 December 1938", signed A.H. Enamels in very good condition. Original short ribbon.
Infantry Assault Badge. Silver type. Zinc. Has lost its silver wash. Catch broken. Unmarked Deschler & Sohn (rare maker for this kind of badges). Weight: 25'87grs. Dimension: 62'30mm x 48mm.