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Lebensrune Brooch

Lebensrune Brooch

 

Lebensrune Brooch

Lebensrune Brooch
Another use for the Lebensrune

Lebensrune Brooch

Lebensrune Brooch

Lebensrune Brooch

Lebensrune Brooch

Deutsches Lebensrune or Life Symbol (Item GEN 15-1; AHN 5-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a brooch-style pin that was used by National Socialists and especially the Heritage Foundation the Deutsches Ahnenerbe Stiftung (Foundation). The symbol in the middle of the pin is that of the Lebensrune or Life Rune. It is the ancient Germanic representation of life itself. Even today in German newspapers in the announcement of births, you see this runic symbol next to the notice of new birth. But if this rune is seen upside down with its outstretched arms pointed down then you will see it in the obituary columns as the rune for death. Interestingly the hippie generation and the present lunk heads that followed them use the symbol with the arms pointed downwards and yet no one except their far left leaders have the slightest inkling that this definitely does not denote peace, rather it symbolizes death! It is still sad to see it so often in wartime German newspapers published during the last horrible fratricidal war and unfortunately today it is seen in this form much more than the welcome way with arms reaching up. Why? Because unfortunately there is a demographic crisis in Europe because for a nation to survive its women must produce on average 2.1 children. Europe and especially Germany has not seen that high a fertility rate since the time of the Third Reich when childbirth was government sponsored, rewarded and highly encouraged by the N.S. regime of Adolf Hitler. People were happy then and it was a time to actually strive for new birth and it was only being patriotic to the national ideals and the national duties to bring healthy children to the fore. Why? Well, in a society as the N.S., provided no one despaired in the early to late 1930s, all was a joyful state of affairs and even from 1939 to the early 1940s childbirth was normal with the exception that the men (soldiers) were away fighting for their nation and this somewhat curtailed the average. Still, the Germanic people were not as depressed as they are today in the “New World Order.” Today the places of Europe’s white unborn are being filled by growing concentrations of unassimilated and disaffected Muslim immigrants segregated in ghetto-type “neighborhoods,” but these people realize that in order to completely conquer it will take numbers, and millions of births today in the shadow of the total defeat of the Third Reich and its ideals and Aryan agenda (There, I said it and I will say it again). Sadly, today, Europeans are an aging, shrinking, disappearing, dying race. Christianity gave Europe its faith purpose and will. Christianity gave us Europe, National Socialism gave Europeans an intense pride and a will that was practically indomitable. With both systems gone there seems to Europeans that there is virtually nothing to fight or die for, or to give new life to a world that is now dark, dangerous, and anything but pious. So look at this Lebensrune and imagine what might have been if things had gone differently . . . .

The Pin

It measures about an inch and three quarters in diameter and is made in a light, metal alloy. The leaf border and the rune are in slight relief. The securing pin on the back is mounted in the usual manner of Tag Abzeichen (day badges). Pin is in top-grade condition.

PRICE: SOLD

 

 

Cap Set

Cap Set

 

Cap Set

Cap Set
Train taking Hitler Youth members to the Reich’s Party Rallies at Nuremberg.

Cap Set
The railway was the most precious commodity the Third Reach had. No wonder it was so closely administered and protected.

Cap Set
Prototype N.S. train

Cap Set
Dress dagger of the N.S. railroad officials. We do not offer the dagger; we show this for information only.

Cap Set
Belt buckle from a different department of the RR service

N.S. Railroad Official’s Cap Set (Item GEN 15-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a rather rare cap insignia set that would adorn the uniform cap of a railroad official in the time of the Third Reich. Note the winged locomotive wheel surmounted by a wreath and the roundel bearing the black, white, and red national colors. This is a very neat looking badge. The eagle is the standard N.S. political eagle. All the retaining pins on the back of the eagle and wreath are intact. The collector that we got these from liked to mount his insignia on clear plastic sheeting and we have left them as such. We do not like to bend the pins if it’s not necessary. We leave that to you. Both the eagle and the wreath have the “RZM” stamping raised on the back. This is truly a rare set and reasonably priced.

PRICE: $165.00

 

Jewelry

Jewelry

Jewelry
It seems Magda Goebbels had a ring like this one.

Very Special Swastika Ring (Item GEN 15-3; NSD 21-15)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the most beautiful National Socialist-inspired rings we have ever encountered. It is obviously not a Party issue; rather it should be called a patriot ring that no doubt was a special order from a master jeweler. The nonmobile swastika is encrusted with mine-cut stones all hand set making for a fantastic display of elegance. The stones under magnification have a beautiful blue coloration (probably sapphires). *The sapphire is considered the ultimate blue gemstone. It probably was for a woman and possibly the wife or sweetheart of a highly placed party Leader. I do believe I once saw a photograh of Magda Goebbels—wife of Paul Joseph Goebbels—wearing such a ring. She was certainly a patriot and devoted to the Führer Adolf Hitler. The ring has a setting in 800 silver and so marked inside. Its shank is in a typical Third Reich art-deco styling. The size is about 7 ½ (typical lady's measurement). This is almost without a doubt unique and magnificent.

PRICE: $1,950.00; Absolutely unique!

 

Plate

Plate

Plate

Plate

Plate

Plate

Plate

Plate
The Führer at his desk in the Braune Haus

Plate

Plate

Plate

Special Edition of a N.S. Decorative Plate Depicting the Braune Haus NSDAP HQ (Item GEN 15-4; NSD 21-16)

DESCRIPTION: The Braune Haus (Brown House) was the National headquarters of the NSDAP–Nazi Party. It was curiously named for the color of the party uniforms. It replaced the HQ at No. 50 Schellingstrasse that had become too small. The building was redecorated by Adolf Hitler and Paul Ludwig Troost in a heavy and modern style. It opened on January 1. It is said that Hitler kept a life-sized portrait of Henry Ford next to his desk in his office as Ford and Adolf Hitler admired each other’s achievements. Also stored in Braune Haus was the sacred Blut Fahne (Blood Flag). This was the National Socialist flag that had been carried at the head of the demonstration during the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch. The flag had been spattered with the blood of the killed and wounded when the police fired upon the marchers. The flag became a sacred relic of the N.S. Party. The elegant plate measures 10 inches in diameter and is beautiful in ever-artistic sense and that is partially because it was made by and is signed Villeroy & Boch-Dresden. Villeroy & Boch is also known by “Mettlach” the later city where some of the finest examples were made and was and is a highly respected porcelain firm. The firm was in business for 250 years (since 1748). The Dresden enterprise was completely destroyed in the terror bombing by the so-called democracies when Roosevelt and Churchill gave approval of horrible mass murder to demonstrate to good Ol’ Uncle Joe Stalin that the Allies could be even more murderous than he was.

The Plate

The golden edges are indicative of the finest of Mettlach porcelain mastery. The Villeroy & Boch signature is clear on the back. The detailing of the building is superb. Along with the dish we have a very nice period postcard that depicts the Braune Haus in full color and has a first-day stamp from Munich and says “München Hauptstadt der Bewegung (“Munich, the Capital of the Movement”). It also shows a picture of the military sports badge of the SA and says (translated): “Every German wears this symbol for the defense of our common spirt.” This is one of the most beautiful commemoration plates we have ever seen and is a truly important meaningful historic relic.

PRICE: $500.00

 

Glassware

Glassware

Glassware

Glassware

Glassware
The box they were sent home in

Glassware
Recipient's address

Glassware
GI's return address

Glassware
How they looked when box was opened

Glassware

Set of Eight Cordial Glasses from the N. S. Hotel Berchtesgadener Hof (Item GEN 15-5; NSD 21-17)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an incredible find that we recently came into at a small gun and military show in Atlanta, Georgia. We bought these wonderful items from an elderly couple who brought them to sell. The couple were from Tennessee and at the end of the war, the eight beautiful cordial glasses were sent home in a wooden box (chest) by a GI Corporal Thomas J. Hooper, with an APO address in Albany, New York, which means he was stationed overseas, at the time. He sent the chest to his wife Mrs. Martha Hooper, Tellico Plains, Tennessee RFD 1. What you see in the images are the original box and the attendant cordials. The return address is faded to a point that it is very hard to see. Inside the box the glasses were wrapped in bits of old newspapers that are all turned yellow with age. We did find one scrap with the date 1953. They were probably rewrapped by Mrs. Hooper some eight years after the war. The couple we bought them from had inherited them from Mrs. Hooper through the family. We had bought one of these petite glasses before from a fellow who had some of the Berchtesgadener Hof metal kitchenware and it was comprised of fifteen pieces and one of the little cordials, but it all came from the famed hotel so that is why we instantly knew these cordials were from the B.H. The Berchtesgadener Hof Hotel had previously been the Grand Hotel Auguste Victoria, popular with visiting royalty. The National Socialists bought it in 1936, remodeled it, and renamed it the Berchtesgadener Hof, and used it to house dignitaries visiting Adolf Hitler’s Berghof, such as the Duke and Duchess of Windsor, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain, and David Lloyd George. High-ranking Nazis such as Josef Goebbels, Heinrich Himmler, and Joachim von Ribbentrop also stayed there, as did visiting military officers such as Erwin Rommel. Eva Braun lived at the Berchtesgadener Hof when she first came to Berchtesgaden, before moving into the Berghof. Later, Obersalzberg functionaries such as Martin Bormann’s brother, Albert, lived here, as did Hitler’s sister Paula (incognito as Paula “Wolf”). There are eight of the cordials all in perfect shape. They all measure exactly 3 inches high with an opening of 2 inches in diameter and a base measuring 2 inches. Seen in frosted depiction is the Deutsches Adler (German Eagle) with a wingspan of one inch. I believe it to be very probable that several of the dignitaries that we have mentioned had sipped schnapps or other such delights from these very glasses. This is an incredible find and the historical importance of this cannot be underestimated. Just think of the gala occasions that these diminutive objects had participated in! When I think of it my imagination runs wild, and why not? They just lend themselves to the prewar time of glory before the terminus of Western Civilization as it was known before the collectivism and Marxist totalitarianism that prevailed in postwar Europe descended.

PRICE: SOLD

 

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster
The official seal

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster

Movie Poster
Victims of the communist regime in the 1920s

Movie Poster
The Devil incarnate

Movie Poster
The father of the demon system himself, Karl Mordechai Marx

Movie Poster

Movie Poster
Victims of Stalin and Lenin

Movie Poster
But these six million don’t seem to count!

Movie Poster
The Liberator

Movie Poster
A poster from German Film Week (not part of this offering)

Third Reich Poster of a Movie that has an Anticommunist Theme (Item GEN 15-6; NSD 21-19; GERMAN FILMS 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: In general, collectors consider movie posters as classic treasures and are highly sought after. This one is particularly great in that it has a grotesque theme that illustrates the sheer murderous criminality of the Communist regime in the 1920s and 1930s. The subject is the Communist terror against Ukrainian and other Dörfer (small villages). Its central theme shows the typical Red monster brandishing a whip as he applies lashes against peasants in these little communities. The title of the film is Dorf im roten Sturm (“Village in the Red Storm”) and is the reissue title of the film “Friesennot” by famed director, Peter Hagan. (That this is a reissue is indicated below the title by “Wiederauffürung ‘Friesennot’.”) Peter Hagen directed the filming in 1935, and several famous German actors are in the starring roles. The premise of the movie is that Communist authorities are making life as difficult as possible for a village of Volga Germans in the Soviet Union with taxes and other oppression. When Mette, a half-Russian-half-Frisian woman, becomes the girlfriend of Kommissar Tschernoff, the Frisians murder her and throw her body in the swamp. Open violence breaks out, and the Red Army soldiers are all killed; the villagers set fire to their village and flee. This film of anticommunist truisms depicts the Communists as posting obscene, antireligious posters and the Frisians as piously declaring that all authority comes from God. The portrayal of the savagery of the Red beasts is legendary as they bring ‘hell’ to the simple Frisian peasants. The portrayal of Tschernoff does not quite conform to the heavy-handed depiction of communists as brutal and murderous in such films as “Fluchtlinger”; he is truly and passionately in love with Mette, and only with her death does he unleash his soldiers. A villager objects to the affair because even though her mother was Russian, her father’s Frisian blood outweighs foreign blood, and therefore she must not throw herself at a foreigner. Her murder is presented as in accordance with the nationalistic principle of “race defilement.” You can go to your favorite search engine, enter the title, and view the 97-minute German-language film. The poster has the stamp that reads ‘”Zugelassen Filmprüfstelle” with a number stamped and the date “9. AUG. 1941.” This translates to “Approved by Film Inspecting Authority.” Below this is the National Socialist eagle and swastika. This is an absolutely period poster—not a reproduction—and if you are interested in buying it, special arrangements must be made as it is attached to hard cardboard—BIG—measuring 3 ft. wide by 4 ft. high. It is dramatic and definitely historically important. Special arrangements must be made for shipping or pick up if you wish to purchase this item.

PRICE: $1,500.00

 

Nazi Jewelry

Nazi Jewelry

Elegant Little Piece of Swastika Jewelry (Item GEN 15-7; NSD 21-20)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a pin as worn by ladies in the Third Reich featuring a beautiful swastika that is fashioned in mother-of-pearl material while fastened to this is a cryptic letter that appears to be in gold and depicts the letter that is probably “L.” The petite item measures about one inch all around. It has a European-style pin catch on the back that might also be in gold. Pieces like this were purchased by fashionable ladies in the 1930s as demonstrable tokens displaying their loyalty to Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. It is rather beautiful even though petite.

PRICE: $155.00; unique

 

Poster

Poster

Medallion
The Führer visits his parents grave that were, later, completely removed by reptilian leftist creeps.

Medallion
Festive joy at the Anschluss

Medallion
"Heil, der Führer Kommt"

Medallion
The German Führer returns once more to his homeland.

Medallion
The border is abolished.

Medallion
The supreme joy and exuberance of Anschluss

Meissen Plaque Commemorating the Return of Austria to the Germanic Reich (Anschluss) (Item GEN 15-8; WEHR 34-26)

DESCRIPTION: This is a gorgeous piece finished in Meissen’s wonderful, exceptional porcelain. The depiction shows the Austrian eagle as he goes to the German Reichsadler. The date as seen on the medallion is “13 März 1938,” which was the day after the Anschluss was announced bringing Austria to the Germanic Reich once again. If you look closely, behind the head of the larger German eagle is the swastika of the Third Reich. The depiction of the eagles is extraordinary, to say the least. The medallion measures six inches in diameter. On the back you will see the swastika and under this the well-known expression of the times: “EIN VOLK, EIN REICH, EIN FÜHRER.” Under this is the crossed-swords logo of the Meissen porcelain firm. We do know that the piece is by the Meissen’s artist Erich Oehme, who always worked in this particular style and special brown-porcelain effect. The piece is quite heavy and the porcelain workmanship is exquisite. In all our years, we have never seen another like it. It was probably produced by the Meissen firm to be presented to officials who participated in the Austrian Anschluss. It is in mint condition throughout. This is one of the finest pieces of Meissen and National Socialist art that we have ever encountered.

PRICE: $1,500.00

 

Movie

Movie

Movie

Movie

Movie

Movie

Original German Propaganda Film Advertisement (Item GEN 15-9; GERMAN FILMS 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: Jud SüssSuss the Jew–is a 1940 Nazi propaganda film produced by the Terra Film company at the behest of Joseph Goebbels, and considered one of the most anti-Semitic films of all time. The movie was directed by Veit Harlan, who wrote the screenplay with Eberhard Wolfgang Möller and Ludwig Metzger. The leading roles were played by Ferdinand Marian and Veit Harlan’s wife, Kristina Söderbaum. Werner Krauss and Heinrich George played key supporting roles. The film has been characterized as “one of the most notorious and successful pieces of anti-Semitic film propaganda produced in Nazi Germany.” It was a great success there and was seen by 20 million people. Although the film’s budget of 2 million Reichsmarks was considered high for films of that era, the box office receipts of 6.5 million Reichsmarks made it a financial success. Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler urged members of the SS and police to watch the movie. To see further the story of Joseph Süss Oppenheimer, the main character and his involvement with the royal court of Karl Alexander of Württemberg, enter “Jud Suss” at your favorite search engine and the whole plot of the film can be seen in detail.

The Broadside

This advertisement is in more-than-excellent condition considering it is about 75 years old. The measurement when folded to show the front cover featuring the picture of actor Ferdinand Marian, who played the part of Jud Süss, measures 12 inches by 9 inches. It opens to six pages of pictures and an illustrated back cover. There are some minor tears here and there, but overall, it’s in great condition. The inner pages show many clips from the production (see our photos).The item was produced by the theatrical review company known as the Illustrierter Film-Kurier, a company that produced such handouts advertising popular films from the 20s, 30s and 40s in Germany and Austria. This is certainly a rare edition of this production advertisement and very few have ever turned up especially in this condition. RARE

PRICE: $550.00

 

Medallion

NSDAP Referendum Badge 1938 (Item GEN 15-10; NSDAP 21-30)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a truly beautiful NSDAP badge. Around the edges it says “Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer.” It features in its center the rising symbol of the Third Reich (swastika). Under this is a bar within which refers to Volksabstimmung (referendum) April 1938. It measures about 1½ inches in diameter and has a beautiful bronze finish.

PRICE: $175.00

 

Metal Placard HItler Image
Very rare metal window sign advertising that this NSDAP journal
is carried at the shop the sign is displayed in.

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Metal Placard HItler Image

Incredible Völkischer Beobachter Advertising Window Sign (Item GEN 15-11; NSDAP 21-31; AH 30-1)

DESCRIPTION: Accompanied by a great early image of Adolf Hitler is an original metal placard from the 1930s advertising the official NSDAP newspaper that is labeled Die Zeitung des Führers (Daily News of the Führer). Under this in raised letters are the words “Völkischer Beobachter” “People’s Observer” and below that are the words “ZENTRALORGAN DER N.S.D.A.P.” (Central news source of the Nazi Party). Next to this we see the early form of the National Socialist eagle. Next to that we read: “ÄLTESTES KAMPFBLATT DER BEWEGUNG” which means “The Oldest Fighting Edition for the Movement.” Below this it says “hier zu haben” (“Here, we have it.”) (For Sale). The colors are bright, with a few minor abrasions and scratches (very minor). The placard is large measuring 19 inches by 13 ¼ inches. There are two grommet holes at the top so that the sign can be hung on a wall or a shop window. This is absolutely an awesome and historically important piece of early NSDAP paraphernalia—extremely rare and handsome. The back is essentially blackened tin. In our many years of experience in this field, we have never occasioned another of these in German military shows or American collections.

PRICE: $1,500.00; extremely reasonable

 

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther
"Hitler's struggle and Luther's teaching are the German People's good defense."

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther
Luthertag, Berlin

Metal Placard Martin Luther
Luthertag, Berlin

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther
The official Luthertag 1933 pin (We do not have this item.)

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther

Metal Placard Martin Luther
Luther nails his "Ninety-five Theses" to the cathedral door

Iron Art Plaque Depicting Martin Luther (Item GEN 15-12)

DESCRIPTION: Luther was very much celebrated in the Third Reich and especially in the religious sect known as Deutschen Christen (German Christians) that was founded by Arthur Dinter, theologian, writer, and Third Reich politician. He performed meritorious service in the army and mustered out with the rank of “captain,” and was a bearer of the Iron Cross. Earlier, while in a field hospital, he became infatuated with the writings of British mystic, Houston Stewart Chamberlain, and became a dedicated follower of the “Volkisch” movement. Moreover, Dinter was a member of the anti-Semitic Alldeutscher Verband (All-German League). His goals were seen as not so much political as overridingly religious. He was an active member of the Deutschvölkischer Schutz- und Trutzbund (German Nationalist Protection and Defiance Federation) and forged close ties with Adolf Hitler. We have accumulated a great, original oil painting of him and several of his books and papers. Martin Luther was always highly celebrated by both the Deutsche Christen church and the Deutsche Volks church; some called this the “Dinterbund” In both followings it was believed and taught that the Old Testament was Jewish so the teachings of Martin Luther were considered practically paramount to truth when he wrote the treatise On the Jews and Their Lies. Every year the National Socialists honored the birthday of the great man on the declared “Luthertag” (Luther Day) and this little plaque is one of the commemorative tokens that were bought and given to friends and neighbors as a friendly little gift that celebrated the life of the great Reformer. The plaque measures 5½ x 3½ inches and is cast in iron. The striking shows the date range “1483-1933.” This was a commemorative of the 450th birthday of Luther and, of course, 1933 was the year of the Machtergreifung 31 January, when Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP finally achieved power. The plaque was found in a burned-out building in the city of Eisenach near the Wartburg Castle known also as the “Lutherburg.” I suppose the plaque should be seen as a rather holy relic in the manner that the devout Catholics revere their sacred bits of cloth, wood from the cross, bone fragments of saints, etc. I say this because this Luther memento mori is in regrettably rough shape; even part of the writing is obliterated with former corrosion and oxidation. However, we suggest that it is a symbol of love and reverent devotion from a nation that held this medieval monk in the highest adoration and devotion. It is certainly different today in the politically correct Germany, but in the world of Nationalism Socialism, Luther was next to God in the hearts of the people. The writing indicates that this was a plaque struck to commemorate Luther’s 450th birthday in 1933, and below that line is a quote that through the corrosion I make it out to say something like: “I was born for my German people and for them will I serve.” This plaque is not for the collector of the beautiful and magnificent, it is for one who hears and delights in the joyous sound of “A Mighty Fortress is our God.”

PRICE: $250.00; if you consider yourself a “Bewegungsglauber,” this is for you!

 

 

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