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In a very good condition a German Hindenburg Cross for Combatants.
The Hindenburg Cross was established by Field Marshal Paul von Hindenburg, President of the Third Reich, in 1934, and was awarded to the participants of the WW1 and in case they had lost their lives to
their Parents or Widows.
The cross comes with maker marking B.H.L.
In a very good condition a German Present Card (or "Führergeschenk").
These cards came with a present for the Combat soldiers from Adolf Hitler.
Very nice for display!
In a very good condition a German 'DRL' (Deutsches Reichsabzeichen für Leibesübungen) sports badge in bronze.
The badge is nicely maker marked by Ferdinand Wagner and also DRGM 35269 marked.
In a very nice condition an German Wehrmacht Eastern Front Medal (or Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42).
The medal comes with it's original attached ribbon and is a non maker version.
In a very good condition a German Third Reich Era package of 'Gold-Stern' Razorblades from Solingen.
The full packages comes with 10 package of 10 razor blades.
Very nice for display!
In a very good condition a German WW1/WW2 2-piece medalbar.
The medal bar contains the WW1 Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Hindenburg Cross (maker marked by OLC)
A very nice set!
In a very good condition a German Wehrmacht NCO single shoulderboard.
The shoulderboard comes in the 'Waffenfarbe' of the 'Kavalerietruppe' and in the rank of 'Unteroffizier'.
A very nice single shoulderboard!
In a very good condition a British WW2 Africa Star with 1st Army Clasp.
The Africa Star was awarded for service in any operational area in North-Africa between June 10th 1940 (the day of Italy's entry into the war) and May 12th 1943 (the end of hostilities in North-Africa) or the Mediterranean.
The 1st Army clasp was awarded to personnel of the 1st Army for service in North-Africa in 1942-1943.
In a very good condition a pack of German First Aid Bandage (Faden abstreifen).
The bandage is dated 1945 and made by E.Nolde % Co.
Each German Soldier was issued with two bandages. One Large & one Small, they were kept in the inner pocket of the Combat Feldbluse.
This one is the large model.
In a very nice condition a German Wounded badge in Black (or Verwundete abzeichen in Schwarz)
The badge is a non maker example with 85% of it's original paint.
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