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Book Volk und Reich (Item GEN 7-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a soft-cover special edition of People and Reich, the monthly edition of the favorite magazine-style book enjoyed so thoroughly by the German populace. This particular issue is covering the Czech problem and its Bohemian and Moravian scenarios. This is volume six published in 1938 in six parts; about 123 pages with about 24 fine black-and-white pictures of the historic events and Czech countryside as well as important archive account of Germany's (soon to be tragic) historical involvement with a beautiful, but savage land.

PRICE: $98.00 a pair

 

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Book Führer und Volk (Item GEN 7-4)

DESCRIPTION: Achtung! Germanophiles. Here is the bible of National Socialism. This is the largest and best book ever printed about Führerprinzip. It comprises 512 pages with charts in the back that trace the lineage of the Germanic kings and emperors. There are listed in a picture index the leaders of Germania from the time of the Teutonic warriors of Hermann to the leaders of the Third German Reich, Hess, Himmler, Göring, Goebbels, Ley, and Schriach; leaders, heroes, martyrs, all are pictures and lauded before our eyes. This book in this edition is extremely rare and was published in 1933, the year of the ascension to power of the NSDAP. It was published in Leipzig by the Zeitgeschichte Verlag. Here is an amazing perfect-condition 71-year-old book and yet in practically mint condition. The famous author, Carl Siegmar von Galern, was the author of this very significant volume. It is replete with wonderful illustrations of ancient Germania up through the medieval times and the Renaissance; the Kaiserzeit and the turbulent 1920's are completely covered like no other historic work has ever been done; then, hunger, occupation, joblessness, communist revolution, Adolf Hitler and the dawn of National Socialism. The book is early enough to have a portrait picture of SA Stabchef Ernst Röhm. The portrait-studio photos are magnificent. The book is, to use an oft-repeated phrase, vastly historically important. It is also fantastic in its immaculate condition (amazing). The book measures 8 x 10 ½ inches and is almost 3 inches thick with linen cover. What more can we say? This is definitely the best.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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German Patriotic Painting on Velvet (Item GEN 7-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is a very dramatic-looking framed picture hand painted on rich, black velvet. It proclaimsDeutschland ist erwacht!, “Germany is awake!” It depicts the earliest type of party (NSDAP) eagle with its wings spread over the mountains and the fortress. This was common for woman and even Hitler Youth children to create such patriotic visages for hanging in meeting halls and even private homes. I consider this quite rare today because the occupation powers forced the destruction of everything like this and the German communistic puppet government installed by the Kulturtrager instituted its de-Nazification laws, thereby making something like this extremely rare.

PRICE: $245.00

 

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Book München Baut Auf (Item GEN 7-6; RAREBOOK 2-14)

DESCRIPTION: During the era of the National Socialist State Munich was called the Hauptstadt der Bewegung, “Capital of the Movement.” It is not only Germany’s most beautiful city, but is steeped in heroic history as no other. Not only was the Nazi Party born here, but the Führer chose it for the greatest of the planned architectural dreams for a future denied. The book chronicles many of the fantastic architectural genius of Professors Troost and Speer plus the art of many of the NS personalities. Most of the distinct Nazi-inspired buildings were destroyed by official vandals during the bombings and postwar vindictiveness, but many stand even today and are seen in the pages of this book. This is a rare and historically important document.

PRICE: $250.00; Special reduced price $175.00

 

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Kampfzeit Beer Glass (Item GEN 7-8)

DESCRIPTION: Let’s start with the fact that this beer glass is damaged, but still intact. Then let’s visit the fact that this an extremely rare item from the time of struggle of the NSDAP and the Freikorps and would grace any good collection of early Kampfzeit rarities. The painting is all done by hand back in the 1920’s before it was even determined in what the shape the swastika would be formed for the party. This represents the transition of the Free Corps to the SA. It belonged to a party member whose name was Willy Kleye, who was an enlisted member of Ortsgruppe KL “Quenstedt”. Over the reverse swastika are the words “Wehr Heil!.” The banner of the nation (red, white, black) is crossed with a Freikorps flag -- in fact it is one version of the flag of the Werwolf Freikorps the elite group of the toughest Freebooters -- and the sacred Teutonic oak leaves tie it all together. It measures 6 ½ inches tall with a mouth opening of 2 ½ inches. The crack in the glass goes from top to bottom. It’s noticeable when viewed on the inside, but not so much when viewed from the outside except for about and inch or more at the top. The extreme rarity and beauty of this item transcends the damage. It needs to be put into the showcase of a collector who can appreciate this earliest of NSDAP material. The piece was possibly broken in the fierce barroom battles of the 1920’s among the Nazis, communists, and leftists. Very rare! Extremely important! If perfect, this piece would fetch possibly $1,000 or more.

PRICE: $585.00

 

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Meissen Plaque Commemorating the Austrian Anschluss (Item GEN 7-9)

DESCRIPTION: On the 13th of March the Austrian Anschluss was officially announced. Now the German nation is once again united and German troops march into Vienna. This was a long-awaited day. Seyss Inquart welcomed Adolf Hitler at Linz and they both expressed their joy over the events of the day. The waving of thousands of swastika flags along the streets as Hitler and his entourage passed by and the event was accompanied by the roar of the joyous multitude shouting, “Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer.” Now the dream of the German Führer had come true because of his diligent and monumental efforts. Within a day or two he would stand before the grave of his parents in Leonding and reflect upon his very humble beginnings and to know now that it was he who brought the Germanic nations once divided together again in the greatest German Reich now united. The plaque, or nonportable award, was crafted by the greatest porcelain firm of all, Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur of Meissen. The crossed swords have for centuries been the symbol of fine-quality porcelain since the foundation of the company in 1710. This was the hard-paste or true porcelain. This particular example is of the red-clay Böttgersteinzeug . This style was evidenced often in the Third Reich period work at the Meissenwerk. On Item SS 7-4 you can see a magnificent sculpture by Erich Oehme. This extraordinary sculptor worked only in this red-clay porcelain. This form of porcelain (red) was actually the first porcelain produced by Johann Fredrich Böttger around 1706. Since then the most important pieces commemorating historic events and people were modeled in red stoneware (Böttgersteinzeug ). The piece we offer is to commemorate the Anschluss and the depiction is of the Austrian Eagle (Ostmarkadler) coming home to the Germanic Eagle of the Fatherland once more. The emblazoned swastika overhead signifies the unity so long sought. On the back the Sprichwort or byword “Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein Führer” is depicted.
     Here is some history of the firm: Porcelain: Meissen, the Crossed Swords.
     The factory of Meissen was founded in 1710 by Augustus the Strong, elector of Saxony right after the (re)discovery of the hard-paste porcelain by J.F. Böttger and Count Ehrenfried Walter von Tschirnhausen. Originally situated in Dresden, the factory moved in 1710 to the Albrechtsburg in Meissen, where it was more secure to guard the secret of the hard-paste porcelain. It was, for the most part, the red stoneware of Böttger that was manufactured in the early days and some of it was marked with incised Chinese characters. Not until 1713 did porcelain begin to take the place of this stoneware. After the death of Böttger in 1719 it was Höroldt who took charge of the factory. He was brought to Meissen from Vienna by Samuel Stölzel and created in Meissen a rich palette of colors for the decoration of the wares. The work of Höroldt is well known as the "Chinoiseries," which were from the Orient. In 1732, already 92 persons were employed at the factory; amongst them J.G. Kirchner and J.J. Kändler, both famous modelers. On the 7th of April 1723, the Leipziger Post Zeitungen announced that the Meissen wares would carry a mark to protect them against forgeries (mostly minor porcelain items decorated by home painters). This mark took the form of the letters “KPM” (Königliche Porzellan Manufaktur) in underglaze blue. During the period 1756-1773 Meissen porcelain was marked with the crossed swords with a dot in between the cross pieces and the period was accordingly known as the dot period. This period marks the transition towards the Neo-Classicism style. Höroldt and Kändler were sent on retirement and Michel Victor Acier was appointed as master-modeler. In his production the mythological figures took a predominate place. The dot period was followed by the Marcolini period, named after Count Camillo Marcolini, who became director of the company in 1774 and held this position until 1814. The Meissen production from this period was marked with the crossed swords with an asterisk in between the cross pieces and this still in underglaze blue. The Marcolini period ended in a crisis situation for the factory. Its debts were enormously high. During the next ten years attempts were made to improve business: technical innovations were introduced and wares were made in the taste of the time as from that point things were going better. In 1830, the name of the factory was changed from Königliche Porzellan Manufaktur to Staatliche Porzellan Manufaktur. The Meissen factory is still operational and is producing the worlds’ most expensive porcelain.
     Here we present an extremely rare piece of red stoneware porcelain. If things were different in Germany this piece would be very proudly displayed in the showcases of the Meissen Museum, but because of the idiotic discrimination against all art items produced in the Third Reich prevalent in liberal Germany today, such a display would be virtually impossible. So, it is up to you, my dear collector, to preserve this very important piece of Third Reich and Meissen history.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

 

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