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GM00286-Black Wound Badge: Badge is unmarked with alot of original paint remaining. Pin and catch are in working order.

 $50.00

 GM00287-War Merit Cross With Swords:  This example is unmarked, with a nice even patina to the medal and a mint condition ribbon.

 

 $45.00

GM00263-Silver Mothers Cross: These crosses were awarded in bronze, silver and gold. This is the silver version signifying that the pure German mother had six or seven children for the Reich. The front translates to "The German Mother". The obverse is dated "December 16th 1938" and also features an Adolf Hitler signature.  The cross has a full length ribbon and a good amount of silver wash still intact. Only issue is the chip in the enamel and is priced accordingly. 

 

 $50.00

 GM00238-Luftwaffe Wireless Operator/Air Gunner Badge: This is the cloth example and it is in excellent condition with no damage.

 $160.00

 GM00245-Luftwaffe Pilots Badge: This embroidered cloth badge is in great shape. The original backing is still in place. These cloth combat badges were usually worn into combat while the nice metal examples stayed behind.

 $160.00

 GM00239-25 Year Faithful Service Medal: This was a political award issued to those for their long service. Civil servants,etc.. This is the silver  version issued for 25years. The front translates "For Loyal Service". I love the look of this one, as the finish has acquired a nice aged look.

 

 $65.00

GM00241-Commemorative Medal of March 13th 1938: This medal is to commemorate the annexation of Austria into Germany.  This is a very attractive example.

 

 $75.00

 GM00204-Silver Wound Badge: This silver wound badge has seen better days but there is still a lot of life in it. The silver wash has faded a lot over the years but traces of it are still present. The catch and pin are in perfect working order.

 $SOLD

75.00

 GM00205-Bronze Mothers Cross: These crosses were awarded in bronze, silver and gold. This is the bronze version signifying that the pure German mother had four or five children for the Reich. The front translates to "The German Mother". The obverse is dated "December 16th 1938" and also features an Adolf Hitler signature.  The cross is in excellent shape, say for the tiny chip on the lower left hand corner.

 

 $65.00

GM00185-40 Year Faithful Service Medal: This was a political award issued to those for their long service. Civil servants,etc.. This is the gold  version issued for 40 years. The front translates "For Loyal Service". The finish on this piece is excellent.

 

 $95.00

GM00216-Silver Mothers Cross: Here is an outstanding example of a German Mother's Cross in silver. There are no chips to the front and it still shows good color to the enamel. The reverse and edges show the silver color very well. These crosses in silver are very, very hard to find these days. Don't miss your chance!

 $100.00

GM00184-Black Wound Badge: This badge is your standard hollow back variety which still has all the original black wash to it. The catch and pin work great and the medal itself is numbered "4" on the back for the maker of "Hermann Wernstein". This example would be hard to upgrade.

 $SOLD

GM00160-Silver Infantry Assault Badge: This is great piece perfect for display. Although the silver wash has worn off over the years, it still has crisp, sharp detail. Several spots show some nice aging to it as well. The pin and catch are in perfect working order. This is an unmarked example.

 

 $SOLD
 

GM00116-Black Wound Badge: This badge is your standard hollow back variety which still has all the original black wash to it. The catch and pin work great and the medal itself is numbered "81" on the back for the maker and location "Overhoff & Cle, Ludenscheid".

 $SOLD

 GM00118-War Merit Cross w/ Swords 2nd Class: These badges were awarded to those for their bravery and effort in the war while serving in a non combatant role.This one is with swords so it was awarded for bravery. Both sides feature a wreath in the center with the date "1939" in the center on one side and on the other a swastika. This one has no maker on the ring and in my opinion shows just the right amount of age.

 $50.00

GM00169-SA Sports Badge Bronze: Initially issued to SA and SS men for their completion of field exercises and physical challenges, it was soon awarded to all German nationals in hopes of inspiring them to gain levels of great physical fitness. The front depicts a sword and swastika encompassed by a leaf wreath. The reverse is maker marked and has a inscription. Maker is "W. Redo" located in  "Saarlautern". Inscription reads "Eigentum der Obersten S.A. Führung" which translates as "Property of the SA Supreme Command".  TheThe bronze finish has dulled over the years but gives it a nice aged look.

 $75.00
 

GM00158-Iron Cross 2nd Class:  The suspension ring is marked "55" for "JE and Sohne". The 3" ribbon has some light soling but overall the colors are still rich. The magnetic center is in great condition with no cracking but there are a two tiny spots on the swastika. This is a nice, uncleaned, example of an maker marked EK II.

 $SOLD

GM00164-40 Year Faithful Service Medal: This was a political award issued to those for their long service. Civil servants,etc.. This is the gold  version issued for 40 years. The front translates "For Loyal Service". This piece came straight out of a local veterans estate. The vet had this glued into a scrapbook.

 

 $SOLD

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GM00161-Gold Mother's Cross: These crosses were awarded in bronze, silver and gold. This is the gold version signifying that the pure German mother had eight or more children for the Reich. The front translates to "The German Mother". The obverse is dated "December 16th 1938" and also features an Adolf Hitler signature. There are two tiny chips to one side of the cross but other than that, this is very a good example. These are great conversation pieces.

 

 $SOLD

GM00170 Iron Cross 2nd Class W/ Issue Packet: Here is a great, undeniably original example of everyone's favorite medal, the Iron Cross. The cross shows good detail to the front and obverse with a good amount of crazing to the center on the back side. The ribbon is a perfect full length with light soiling to it. I am unsure as to the validity this "issue packet" as I have not been able to find other examples. I do know that this maker stamped there medals with the number "49" and this iron cross is not marked. At any rate, this is a great example and the packet would add that little extra for display.

 $125.00

GM00120-War Merit Cross W/O Swords:These badges were awarded to those for their bravery and effort in the war while serving in a non combatant role.This one is without swords so it was awarded for service. Both sides feature a wreath in the center with the date "1939" in the center on one side and on the other a swastika. This one shows good patina.

 $45.00

GM00097-Russian Winter Medal: This medal was instituted to commemorate the first winter campaign in Russia.  The front features the national eagle with drooped style wings clutching a swastika. Imposed behind it is a laurel leaf. The reverse features a sword and laurel leaf and the script "Winterschlacht Im Osten 1941/42". Which means: "Winter Battle in the East 1941/42".  The top of the medal has steel helmet and stick grenade which is exact on both sides. There are no maker marks on this piece. An honest piece that shows honest age.

 $SOLD

 GM00119-War Merit Cross w/Swords 2nd Class: Here's another attractive example of this particular badge. This one is marked on the suspension ring with the number "41" for the maker and location of "Geb. Bender, Oberstein/Nahe".

 $50.00

GM00157-Silver Infantry Assault Badge: Here's a great example of an IAB. The maker on this one is Walter & Henlein. The maker mark of "W.H." can be clearly seen on the back. The pin and catch work great. This type of badge would of been awarded to those who had taken part in three or more infantry assaults. As you can see, the silver wash on this piece is excellent with just the lightest of wear.

 

 $170.00

GM00162-Bronze Mother's Cross: These crosses were awarded in bronze, silver and gold. This is the bronze version signifying that the pure German mother had four or five children for the Reich. The front translates to "The German Mother". The obverse is dated "December 16th 1938" and also features an Adolf Hitler signature. This example comes with its original uncut ribbon, which is something you don't see too often.

 

 $SOLD