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A death card for infantry Gefreiter Leo Emmrich, holder of the Iron Cross 2nd Class and Infantry Assault Badge, who died in a field hospital after the battle of Rzhev, Russia in October 1942.
A silver medal produced to mark Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897. Silver medal has a photograph in the centre with the dates 1837-1897 and the inscription "To commemorate the 60th year of the reign of her most gracious majesty Queen Victoria." Further inscriptions on the reverse. With a pink ribbon.
A heavy gold medal produced in 1897 to mark the centenary of the birth of Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1797. Medal has image of Kaiser Wilhelm in pickelhaube on the obverse, and dates and inscription with Prussian coat of arms on the reverse.
A WW2 black wound badge which has been de-Nazified. The swastika in the centre of the helmet has been hammered out, but is still visible on the reverse. Good condition, with needle pin.
A WHW Nazi winter relief porcelain badge, hand painted as a traffic ordnungpolizei officer. Rear clip missing.
A WW1 British Brodie MkI helmet with commemorative artwork to the front. Black painted rimless shell - minus its liner - bears the iconic image of a soldier and battlefield grave with the heading "The Great War" and the inscription "We Will Remember Them 1914-1918" on the helmet rim. Crown decorated with poppies. Inner shell painted black.
A half size printzen example of the rare Kaiser Wilhelm War Service Cross. 1914 dated. Single side, with plain back. No ribbon
A large pressed gilt tinny for Winter Relief in the Saar region. An impressive tinny featuring an eagle and garlanded swastika. With pin
A German Weimar Republic Reichswehr belt buckle in good condition. Weimar eagle with Gott Mit Uns inscription, Aluminium construction with pebbled patina. These buckles were issued between 1919 and 1936.
Pair of brass collar dogs for an officer in the US Armored Corps combat infantry. With gripper clips
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