GM00229- Kriegsmarine Dog Tag: This dog tag has a bit of corrosion but overall its a nice example. This sailor was the 71,236th person to enter into the navy in 1944.
GM00222-Field Issue Cutlery Set: The cutlery sets were standard issue to every soldier and they were usually carried inside the bread bags. The set is stainless steel and dated 1941. The best thing about the set is that it is Luftwaffe marked. These are super hard to come by.
GM00007-Harmonica: This is a private purchase German harmonica by "M. Hohner" & dated "1937". The box and harmonica both have "Piccolo" on it as well. The box is in great shape with just some wear to the paper hinge. The harmonica itself has some light oxidation on the piccolo side. Other than that, the nickel finish is still bright.
AL00004-Officer's Pip Bracelet: Here's an interesting piece. This is a British made bracelet measuring approximately 7 inches long. Two of the pips on the back are marked "Ludlow London". I have seen this maker on British jump wings before. The pips on the front have the words "Tria Juncta In Uno" on them which translates to " Three Joined to Become One" which pertains to the unification of England, Scotland and Ireland to become the United Kingdom. This is actually the motto of the "Order of The Royal Bath" which derives from the medieval ceremony for creating a knight, which involved bathing as a symbol of purification as one of its elements. The knights so created were known as "Knights of the Bath". George I erected the Knights of the Bath into a regular Military Order. This is definitely one unique item.