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Three-Dimensional Plaque in Iron of the Führer (Item AH 17-1; BRONZEMET 2-12; ART 11-8; BRONZE 2-8)

DESCRIPTION: This is without any hesitation, incredible. It is an iron sculpture that could be called a plaque or a bust. Should we choose to call it a plaque it must be noted that it is completely 3-dimensional, standing out in amazing relief. You could also use the terminology, “one-quarter bust.” It measures 13 inches high and 7 3/4 inches across from ear to ear and 11 inches across the shoulders. The likeness is astounding and it depicts the Führer in the uniform shirt of the Kampfzeit (the struggle for power). The sculpture was accomplished in 1933 by an artist by the name of J. Ave. This was the Seigesjahr, or time of victory, for Hitler and the NSDAP. This is a heavy sculpture and the fittings on the back are structured to possibly be attached to a wooden plaque or possibly to an architectural wall, somewhere. We have been at this business for a very long time and have visited Kampfzeit collections in the U.S., Germany, the U.K., and Austria and we have never seen the likes of this one. We believe it is probably unique. On the backside it has the impressed wording: “Fr. Köster Heide” and something to the extent that copying it will be highly Verboten (forbidden). This also convinces us that this is a one-of-a-kind artistic endeavor. It is much rarer than any Hitler bust in bronze. This is an early treasure of the Third Reich that truly belongs in a museum or a notable collection.

PRICE: $2,800.00; SALE! The consigner has reduced this unique, great, historically important bronze to $1,200.00

 

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Adolf Hitler’s Book Mein Kampf, My Struggle, 1940 Edition (Item AH 17-3)

DESCRIPTION: Here is the Führer’s immortal Mein Kampf. This is a wedding copy that is presented by the town mayor (Bürgermeister) to any young N.S. couple who were wed under his authority. It is presented with the best wishes of the city or town. This one is to an Alexander Kienzle and Ucathe Danner, born Metsch. They were wed on 15 February 1941, in the town of Füstenfeldbruck. This edition of Mein Kampf is a 1940 volume in absolutely beautiful shape. It has the leather spine with gold-embossed letters and remarkably, it has the slip-in cover still 100-percent intact. This is truly a beautiful and important addition to a Bewegung collection, indeed.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Book Mein Kampf 1938 Wedding Deluxe Edition from Munich (Item AH 17-5)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an edition of Mein Kampf, My Struggle, by Adolf Hitler. It comprises 781 pages and several inserts in the end. This is a special edition printed for presentation to young couples (or old) who wished to be married before the town’s lord mayor Oberbürgermeister). The flyleaf has the words wishing the couple luck and happiness. This one is from Munich, der Hauptstadt der Bewegung, and has the facsimile signature of Karl Fiehler, the lord mayor. The names of the couple were never filled in, but the date appears. We believe the book was picked up with the intentions of having the names later placed with Germanic script (calligraphy). The date in 1938 is put in with pencil obviously so it could be changed. The spine is in fine leather with gold lettering and has the escutcheon of Munich stamped in gold on the cover. The volume is in very fine shape.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Adolf Hitler’s Book Mein Kampf, Wedding Type, 1939 Edition (Item AH 17-6)

DESCRIPTION: This is a wedding edition as described in the 1944 edition listed above, but as a 1939 edition. It has the better paper stock and the condition is much finer. It even has the hard cardboard box (sleeve). The spine is in blue leather with the gold-embossed lettering. It has the marriage insert as has the one mentioned above. The only difference is instead of “Stadt,” “city,” it is to be issued by the Bürgermeister of a “Gemeinde.” In any case, this edition is otherwise similar to the 1944 edition except in better shape and again certain “Gemeinde”-minded people might want the archival treasure for future practical use. Why not?

PRICE: $350.00

 

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Adolf Hitler’s Book Mein Kampf, Wedding Edition (Item AH 17-7)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a copy of Adolf Hitler’s book, Mein Kampf, My Struggle. This is a late edition and thus quite rare. It says in the first pages that 12,540,000 editions have been printed, so far. The book in with part leather binding like this sold for 24 RM (Reichsmark), while the normal linen type sold for only 5.70 RM. The paper in this 1944 edition is not of the quality of the earlier 1930’s volumes. The spine in leather is a little bit cracked at the top on this one and there is a small stain on the cover. It says at the bottom of the spine: “Kriege Ausgabe, “Wartime Edition.” In the German N.S. tradition this is a wedding copy in that its first page is a certificate of sorts that would document that this is bestowed upon a couple who are to be married, and it gives the best wishes for a happy and healthy wedded life. It leaves room for the names of the young (or older) couple and the name of the town or village and a space for the signature of the civil registry officer, or Standesbeampte. This one was never filled out so if you and your significant other would be spiritually led to have a precious N.S. memory volume, you can use this one very effectively. They were usually filled in by an expert calligrapher. This is a fine historically important archival treasure with possibilities!!!.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Book Mein Kampf 1944 Wedding Edition from the City of Brünn (Item AH 17-8)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a late edition of Mein Kampf, Adolf Hitler’s epic book about his likes and his agenda. It’s a 1944 edition and these late ones are quite rare. It’s also an unpresented wedding edition from the city of Brünn. This could be Brünn, the Sudeten Deutsche city now occupied by the Czechs in the Czech Republic. The town of Brünn is the place where some of the most heinous atrocities were visited upon the innocent Volksdeutsche citizens by partisan communists and criminals at the “cessation” of hostilities in WWII. These people were cast out of the homes that their ancestors had held for hundreds of years. It also could be the city of Brünn, Austria. The space or page that would be dedicated to the wedding couple is left open. It was never filled in. It has the city of Brünn shown in 194__ and it would be signed and dated by the Oberlandrat, or top official, of the city and presented to those about to be wed. As we mentioned, this is a “virgin” volume and some Bewegund-inspired couple might just want it for future use. Why not?

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Hitler Pocketknife (Item AH 17-9)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a great Kampfzeit item. This was from the days of the struggle for power in the 1920s and early 1930s. Scarcer than a chained SS dagger or SS helmet these little knives were gifts that the NSDAP gave to people who had fastidiously helped the movement in its early campaigns and, of course, patriotic admirers could purchase them in the gift stores throughout the Reich in 1934 and 1935. In 1936, though, it was forbidden to put the image of Adolf Hitler on what the party considered Kitch. In truth, this is not Kitch; at least to the extent that it is artistically good and well made. It has a great miniature photo of the Führer in a steel, oval frame. Hitler is depicted in his very early party ‘browns.’ Below this picture is the swastika depicted in the red circle. This was the original idea for the party pin back in 1929, but another version was chosen, but the use of this red band around it divided into four parts indicates that this is truly and extremely rare Kampfzeit item probably from 1929 or earlier. The grips are in cream-colored celluloid and the top tip on the picture side is missing (broken away) and there are about three cracks in the grip, but not serious enough to worry about. The knife is about 3 1/4 inches long and an inch and three quarters wide. The unmarked blades are in perfect condition. Here is a little treasure for the collector of A. Hitler items.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Book Hitler in der Karikatur der Welt/Tat gegen Tinte (Item AH 17-10)

DESCRIPTION: Hitler in the Caricature of the World/Deeds Rather than Print is the one great book in that it shows all the abominable, silly propaganda used by the anti-Hitler and anti-Nazi yellow-rag journalists in the various international newspapers throughout the world and even in pre-Hitler Germany within leftist periodicals. Of course, the most asinine and tasteless cartoons were drawn up in New York, London, Paris, St. Petersburg, etc. The NSDAP and the Führer gladly printed and distributed this stuff that they considered so much garbage and claptrap. German anti-Allied propaganda never came close to some of this slander and defamation, but what are we seeing, even now? It comprises 175 pages of libelous cartoons. It measures 7 1/2 x 10 inches and is in 99-percent-perfect shape. Putzi Hanfstangel, the editor of this book, was at first a dedicated National Socialist, but later became a traitor to his country and friend Adolf Hitler and after a fright put into him on an airplane ride with SS troopers and hints about parachuting without benefit of parachute, he decided to immigrate to America and become close to all those sterling characters who were the authors of all these appalling defamations. He became Roosevelt’s buddy.

PRICE: $450.00

 

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Serving Pieces from Hitler’s Favorite Hotel, Deutscher Hof (Item AH-17-11; NSD 12-6; PARTEI 3-6)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a group of hotel service ware from none other than the famous Hotel Deutscher Hof in Nuremberg. This was the hotel where Adolf Hitler and all the high party functionaries stayed during the days of the Reichsparteitag, (party rallies) in Nuremberg (Der Stadt der Reichsparteitag). This was the only hotel that the Führer would headquarter himself. Over the years it became known as the official Nazi hotel. In keeping with this, sometime in 1935, the hotel commissary decided that all the tableware that would hitherto be ordered should typically bear the symbol of the NSDAP (the swastika!) and you will see it on all pieces wreathed in oak-leaf design. Some pieces had the name “Der Deutsche Hof,” but all pieces had this swastika in the wreath. The pieces we have are well used, but fully intact. The usage shown is of course a good thing as you can be (proof positive) that these items were used by the high NSDAP leaders, and probably by the Führer, himself. There are four pieces and they were procured in 1948 by an associate of ours, who still lives in Nuremberg. He often dined at the ‘Hof’ and got to be a close friend of the cook and hotel manager. The rest is history. He managed to buy these four pieces and kept them for all these years. Some of these items invariably show up, but are usually the creamers, and coffeepots and teapots. Very seldom does anyone ever see the larger pieces such as the two compotes that are offered with this group. Adolf Hitler liked this location near the Hauptbahnhof (railroad station) and he had a large room on the second floor with windows from which he could review marching units of the SS, SA, HJ, and RAD as they snappily paraded before him prior to the rally. The hotel still exists as of this writing, but will soon be pulled down partially because of the existing problem of Germans flagellating themselves over their past (a past that for the most part has been [composed in [“fantasy”]) by the victors. Oh, well! In any case, here we proudly offer what may be soon the only link with the NS past concerning the proud old Deutscher Hof. I have had many a great meal here in the Rathskeller and twice I have stayed in the (infamous) room (the very room!)

The pieces are as follow:

No. 1: A large dining complete with an opening of 16 inches in diameter. It stands 7 inches high with sturdy handles. You should fill it with great dumplings and sausage! It’s marked with wreathed swastika.

No 2: A small compote with 7-inch-diameter opening. It stands 5 inches high. Great for Rotekraut (red cabbage). Thinking of it makes my mouth water. It’s marked with wreathed swastika.

No 3: An individual teapot or coffeepot (covered) with lid. It’s about 6 inches high; opening is 3 inches. It’s marked “Der Deutsche Hof” and has the wreathed swastika.

No. 4: A small creamer 2 1/2 inches high; opening is 1 1/2 inches with wreathed swastika.

All are marked with the swastika in wreath and the teapot with the actual name of the hotel. This is a practically unique offering and is definitely rare.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Hotel Deutscher Hof in Nuremberg in the 1930s

 

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Hotel Deutscher Hof in Nuremberg in the 1930s

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Serving Piece from the Above Dinnerware from the Hotel Deutscher Hof (Item AH 17-11a)

DESCRIPTION: We recently acquired one more piece that was the culinary collection of the famed Hotel Deutscher Hof. This is an individual (covered) teapot with lid and it is about six inches high with a mouth opening of three inches. It is marked "Der Deutsche Hof” in its middle and has the wreathed swastika on its bottom. See the images in the article above and particularly the teapot in the last image in the top row and the one immediately to its left.

PRICE: $485.00

 

 

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Official Seating Arrangement for a Dinner at the Reich Chancery (Item AH-17-12)

DESCRIPTION: Here is something truly rare and historically important in that it is an official seating arrangement chart for a gala dinner with Reich Chancellor Adolf Hitler. It is entitled “Abendtafel beim Führer und Reichskanzler am 22 Februar 1938.” This is absolutely incredible and the word ‘Abendtafel’ refers to a very formal diner and certainly this one was, with about 180 generals and marshals and their wives:
Guderian, Stulpnagel, Admiral Raeder, von Rundstedt, Keitel, General Witzlebe, Puttkamer von Greim, General Waldemar, Erfurth, General Christiansen, and many more famous Wehrmacht names. Obviously the Führer’s guests were all armed forces leaders. The Führer is seated at the head of the banquet table between Frau von Rundstedt and Frau Keitel, and directly across from Frau Raeder, who is seated next to Generalfeldmarschall Herman Göring, with Generaloberst von Brauchitsh on her other side. Hitler always seated himself with women in close proximity. He loved the ladies and vice versa. To the sides one can see circular tables occupied by some of the same names of people seated at the main table. It is assumed that these smaller tables are reserved for an after-dinner discussion area. It is interesting that the wives of these powerful men are invariably seated apart from where their husbands sit; an example being Frau von Puttkamer is seated on the right aisle of the large table, while her husband, Korvettenkapitän von Puttkamer is seated way down at the far end near the hall entrance. The document measures 18 inches wide when fully opened. It is 13 1/2 inches tall. This is the “original” document, not a copy. This is possibly one of the most important items we have handled at Germania and the condition is perfect.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Book Reden des Fuhrers from September 1, 1939 to March 10, 1940 (Item AH 17-13)

DESCRIPTION: This little book was published in 1940 by the Central Publishing Office of the NSDAP, Franz Eher Verlag Munich. It is a chronicle of many of the speeches of Adolf Hitler that recorded by Philipp Bouhler, who was a high government official and head of the Führer’s chancellery and later the infamous Aktion 74 euthanasia program. Bouhler learned and took his methods from American experiments in the same. The book is a wealth of information for the German reader. It is a small measuring 7 1/2 x 5 inches and is 1/2 inch thick. It’s covered in a linen material with floral design (surprising!). It consists of 200 pages.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

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