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Luftwaffe

 Luftwaffe Pilot's Badge (Item LUFT 9-5)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a late-war or mid-war pilot's badge by B & N-L (maker mark). It is in nice shape with silvered wreath and darkened eagle. Nice heavy badge. Good definition to feathers, oak leaves, etc.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Condor Legion Plaque (Item LUFT 9-10)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a souvenir plaque from the glorious Legion Condor, the elite Luftwaffe volunteers who traveled to Spain that was in war under General Franco against the vicious, murdering reds. The Legion covered themselves with honor in the European fight against the most evil monstrosity the world has ever seen. The plaque is in metal alloy mounted on wood and depicts an airplane of this illustrious force superimposed over the map of bleeding Spain with the proud Luftwaffe eagle flying overhead. The legend at the bottom of the plaque proclaims the battle of the nations in Spain 1936-1938. The plaque is signed “Otto K. Lobis Gartasene.” These plaques were generally made in Spain and sold or presented to the men of the Legion. It measures 7 ½ x 9 inches. Very rare.

This item was sold recently to one of our dealer customers. He decided to sell it through our pages once again because he likes our coverage. So, here it is again for sale.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

Luftwaffe

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Luftwaffe Second Model General’s Sword (Item LUFT 9-11)

DESCRIPTION: Here it is; the most beautiful of the swords or edged weapons of the Third Reich. This pattern was exclusively produced by the Eickhorn firm and was referred to as the model number 1732. Unlike its predecessor that had Göring’s name as Minister for Air Travel, this is the one that proclaims Der Oberbefehlshaber der Luftwaffe, “Commander in Chief of the Air Force.” On the other side are the words In Dankbarer Anerkennung, “In Grateful Recognition.” The ornamentation and execution of the gilded brass hilt is outstanding. Note the quality relief to the large floral depiction on the pommel ball, the deep diamond designs on the “D” guard, and hand enhancing to the superbly designed clamshell. The eagle is of silver finish over a solid-brass base. The grip appears to be one of the glass-finished varieties, having deep, lustrous surfaces. This particular sword has an identification in that the general’s initials are inscribed on the top of the top cap (“K.M”). Subsequently, we have found out that this sword was found in a German hospital office in Frankfurt A.M. and was the former property of a Luftwaffe general, Dr. of Medicine, Karl Martius (1879-1946), who was a member of the top echelon of medical personnel attached to the Luftwaffe. Martius was promoted to Doctor-General on 1/12/1941 and general staff on 1/4/1944. The outside condition of this magnificent sword is almost mint; with the tiniest ding on the side of the scabbard. The languets that fold on both sides are tight and firm. The gilding throughout is in excellent shape. The scabbard has very slight scratches here and there that can be covered with shoe polish. “Then the Blade.” Here, unfortunately, the condition lessens considerably. Evidently the sword must have been stored somewhere in a damp environment because the blade is all there, but distressed. The gold and bluing is gone and there is light pitting evident. The letters remain sharp and very readable. The Eickhorn logo is there, but when it was cleaned it lost its crispness and the proverbial rodent, a little of its fur. There are skilled craftsmen in this field that could bring back a lot of this blade’s original luster; of this we are sure, but for now we will offer this the greatest of N.S. edged weapons for only a fraction of what a perfect one would sell for. Remember, this is so rare that only a few have ever shown up in the collecting world . Here is you chance to own the greatest and best at an affordable price. Remember, it is original throughout and personalized! This is historically important and downright gorgeous.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Battle of Britain Ring (against England) (Item LUFT 9-12)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a ring that fits a series of Luftwaffe Battle of Britain-inspired jewelry, etc. We have seen knives, dishes, pendants, and other items aptly described as Kitch with the words of the song Wir Fahren Gegen Engeland as their central artistic theme. This ring shows the traditional German Air force eagle flying with some oak-leaf trim and part of the words of the famous song Gegen Engeland, Against England. The ring is in genuine silver and marked ‘835.’ This is a nice historical relic of WWII.

PRICE: $450.00

 

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Ring of Battle of Britain (2nd type) with Airplane (Item LUFT 9-13)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a ring that fits into a series of luftwaffe Battle of Britain jewelry, etc. We have seen knives, dishes, pendants, and other items aptly described as “kitch” with the words of the song: “Wir Fahren Gegen Engelland” as the Luftwaffe’s central artistic theme. This one has the German luftwaffe airplane flying to the British war zone with a fine, crisp oak-leaf trim to each side, and part of the words of the song Gegen Engelland, Against England. The ring like the first type shown above is in genuine silver and marked ‘835.’ This ring and the one above are really nice historic relics of WWII.

PRICE: $465.00

 

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