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Whilst most of these eagles are quite thin and stamped out of metal. This is a superb quality Luftwaffe eagle for a vistor cap or kepi or similar. fantastic casting detail it's very well made indeed and is quite thick and heavy. Made in alloy it is complete with the two affixing PINS, not flat bars or similar. It has a well known makers mark of FLL in little circles. They made a vast array of Third Reich award badges etc. A great little eagle. Visor cap? Or something else?

Code: 7670Price: 35.00 GBP

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One uncut Wehrmacht/Heer breast eagle in rayon. Has been cut from a roll but never issued. With green backing and white/cream threads on the eagle. Came directly from a veteran source as is. Near mint condition.

Code: 7669Price: 20.00 GBP

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5 interesting items bought back by a local (to me!) infantry soldier. He had more stuff (so he remembers) but this is all he can find now. Consists of two visor cap cockades, one for an army visor and one for a Luftwaffe visor, a sew in epaulette for a cavalry Unteroffizier, and 2 period German black and white pictures of troops near a railway, both marked on the back 'Belgium souvenir Sept 1944'. All in good condition. One pin missing from Luft cockade.

Code: 7668Price: 25.00 GBP

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This is an original portrait photo, in it's original frame, of a very well decorated Luftwaffe Oberst, who flew and served in WW1. Overall frame measures 52cm x 62cm, and the mounted black and white original photo is 26cm x 38cm. He is dressed in a nice early 4 pocket service uniform and visor cap. Both Luftwaffe eagles shown are 'droop tailed' so this is an early shot. He is very well decorated. On his right pocket he has the Austrian Army WW1 pilots badge, whilst on left pocket, amongst others, he has the Imperial German Flyers badge! There is a long line of medal ribbons, first being WW1 Iron cross. You can't see if he was awarded a first class. Quality of photo is crystal clear. It is also signed underneath in pencil. A great , early studio photo.

Code: 7664Price: 65.00 GBP

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A really nice Tank Assault badge or 'Panzerkampf Abzeichen' in bronze. Nearly ALL of the bronze finish remains to the front, around 85-90%, and 100% remains to the reverse. It is made by the very rare maker EWE. Apparently EWE were a small Austrian firm and seemed to ONLY make silver and bronze Panzer badges, as their maker mark has not been seen on any other WW2 German badges. Pin and hook are in great condition and the detail/casting is extremely crisp. If you collect by maker, perhaps this is one you don't have.

Code: 7667Price: 195.00 GBP

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WW2 Royal Artillery Officer's Sidecap.
A good, fresh example of an officer's sidecap as worn by officers of the Royal Artillery during WW2. Approx. size 6 3/4 - 7 with plush head band and fully lined. Excellent, clean condition with one minor area of moth damage to reverse.

Code: 7666Price: 40.00 GBP

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German Third Reich Kriegsmarine Battle Flag.
German Third Reich Reichskriegsflag or Kriegsmarine battle flag. 65cm x 50cm size with size designation, Kriegsmarine proof stamp and ' Hamburg ' to hem. Halyard loop and line have been carefully removed and in good bright condition with some minor staining to one corner but otherwise undamaged. Very presentable example in a manageable size.

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Lifeguard Trench Periscope.
First World War period, privately purchased British collapsible trench periscope . The periscope, (L 13cm (folded) x W 13cm x H 7cm), consisting of two parallel sets of lazy tongs, with mirror holders at each end;The periscope is marked as folows: THE LIFEGUARD POCKET PERISCOPE / Patent No.163/15 Sole Makers / F.Duerr & Sons / Manchester, S.W.' In excellent , clean condition.

Code: 7663Price: 98.00 GBP

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Middle East Field Navigation Manual - LRDG.
Middle East Training Pamphlet No.9 Pt VI ' Field Navigation Part I Dead Reckoning '. 1942ed. 61pgs including diagrams, photographs and sketches outlining the importance of navigation and reconnaissance with particular regard to application in the desert . To illustrate this there are illustrated instructions of the LRDG protractor and the Bagnold navigating sun compass as well as the Cole Sun compass as well as examples of reconnaissance reports, all subjects central to the operation of the LRDG. Good, used condition with some light marking to covers.

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(B.E.F.) Slip On Shoulder Title.
A cloth embroidered slip on shoulder title for the British Expeditionary Force (B.E.F.). In good used condition with some very minor moth damage.

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