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N.S.D.A.P.
The Nazi Party

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Book Architektur und Bauplastik der Gegenwart (Item NSD 12-5; ART 11-9)

DESCRIPTION: The title of this book translates to: Architecture and Building Sculpture for our Times. It was written by Werner Rittich and is the finest of the textbooks on Third Reich architecture. Every one of the beautiful Third Reich buildings is shown, as well as sculptured figures such as eagles, etc., are depicted. Famous artists such as Paul Ludwig, Troost, Kurt Schmid Ehmen, Georg Kolbe, Albert Speer, Josef Thorak, Arno Breker, Josef Wackerle, and many others will go down in history as the ‘best of the west.’ It comprises 160 pages with a fabric cover. It measures 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 inches and is in beautiful shape throughout; both cover and pages. This is the ultimate book for the student and admirer of art of the Third Reich. No volume published in that period can compare for these clear, precise images and inspiring depictions. Here it is and it won’t last long on our pages.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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Serving Pieces from Hitler’s Favorite Hotel, Deutscher Hof (Item NSD 12-6; AH-17-11; 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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Membership Badge of the Freiheitsbewegung of the NSDAP (Opferring) (Item NSD 12-9)

DESCRIPTION: This is the official membership badge in enamel of the freedom group within the NSDAP. This was an organization within the party whose express purpose was to do studies on how to make the German people even more secure through balancing laws and statues and pressing local and state governments to observe always the agenda of the free people (not exactly the Patriot Act). The badge is nickel size with the ever-present “Ges. Gesch.” and Gauleitung Baden NSDAP, the section where the bearer would be stationed. This is quite rare (one only).

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Turnverein Enameled Pin (beautiful) (Item NSD 12-10)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a special badge of the Turnverein of Gau 1X Westfallen in beautiful white enamel. The red areas are almost translucent with pattern showing through. The ‘TD’ in the center has the swastika boldly shown. No markings; a rather large badge measures 1 34 inches x 1 1/4. It’s heavy, metallic content is very nice.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Music Institute Stickpin of the NSDAP (Item NSD 12-11; PINS 5-5)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a rather rare little stickpin of the Reichsverband für Volksmusik organization within the NSDAP that actually promoted the study and performance of German folk songs and music. This was actually the official membership badge of this group. It’s marked on the back “Ges. Gesch.” and “Brehmer Markneu Kirchen.” The pin has a tiny swastika under the musical instrument. This is one of the more beautiful and rare of the Nazi stickpins.

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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German Teachers’ Organization (NSLB) National Socialist (Lehrerbund Mitgliedsabzeichen) Membership Badge (Item NSD 12-12)

DESCRIPTION: This was the inner-party organization set up for German school teachers. It was sort of a parent-teachers’ group operating for the betterment of public education for Germany’s youth. It is nicely presented with enamel setting. It has the mandatory Ges. Gesch. on the back with the name of the maker: ‘Offstatter-Bonn.’ It’s the size of a U.S. nickel.

PRICE: $98.00

 

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Deutsche Siedlerbund Mitgliedsabzeichen (Settler Foundation) (Item NSD 12-13)

DESCRIPTION: This was an organization within the N.S. party that’s purpose was to help young couples get settled in homes of their own with the help and advice of party functionaries. This was a very important NS social function of the Hitler government. This is a beautiful enamel badge with the depiction of the N.S. national eagle with protective wings surrounding the home the sits firmly on the visage of the swastika.

PRICE: $90.00

 

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Traffic Control Office for Strong National Safety (Item NSD 12-14)

DESCRIPTION: Kraftfahrgewerbe was the national organization for promotion of safe and sensible traffic management connected to the roadways and autobahn commission.

PRICE: $69.00

 

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Deine Hand dem Handwerk, ‘In your Hand the Handwork’ (Item NSD 12-15)

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautiful enameled badge from the organization for the promotion of folk art (handmade articles of lasting beauty). This was one of the most important N.S. promotions in a Reich that adored beautiful things.

PRICE: $125.00

 

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Gau Mecklenburg Tag Abzeichen (Item NSD 12-16)

DESCRIPTION: This is a nice, aluminum-type tinny from the Mecklenburg Gau and celebrates its Kreistag in 1938 for Kreis Hagenau It depicts the classic Nazi eagle with eternal flames to each side commemorating the heroism of the fallen of the Bewegung. On the back the logo is shown ‘L.chr Lauer Nürnberg-Berlin.’

PRICE: $95.00

 

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Two NSDAP Faithful Service Medals on Bar (Item NSD 12-19)

DESCRIPTION: Here are two mint-condition, long-service awards of the party (NSDAP). The medals on the bar are the 10- and 15-year awards for service to the Nazi Party. The 10-year medal is in bronze. The 15-year medals in silver with blue enamel panels. On the back is found the legend: “Treue für Führer und Volk,” “Loyalty to Leader and People.” Some will consider this award as one of the most beautiful medals of the Reich. The first date from which the service could be counted was February of 1925. Service between then and January 30, 1933, counted as double. This was the time of the Kampfzeit--Time of Struggle. All party organizations were included in eligibility for this award that was highly respected in the party formations such as the SS, SA, NSKK, HJ, BDM, NSFK, NSBO, and DAF. Time in the Wehrmacht also counted. This is a great set that would be wonderful on an NSDAP uniform or separately proudly displayed.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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NS Party Long-Service Medals (Item NSD 12-19a; PINS 5-19)

DESCRIPTION: This set of miniature medals in stickpin form is for the 10-year NSDAP Long-Service award and the 15-year version. You can see the large, full-sized versions at NSD 12-13. The combination set on a stickpin is very unusual and certainly rare. They are in perfect condition and measure about a half an inch across and both and are a quarter inch high. They are little gems, indeed.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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NSDAP Long-Service Stickpin (15 years) (Item NSD 12-19b; PINS 5-20)

DESCRIPTION: This individual blue-enamel-on-silver stickpin is quite beautiful under magnification. It is explained further under NSD 12-13. This was one of the most beautiful of all the NSDAP awards and other than the Blood Order, was the most highly respected as it showed evidence of party loyalty and to the ideals of being German through and through! It is larger than the ones pictures at NSD 12-19a and a bit smaller than the one at NSD 12-19c. It is one rare bit and in beautiful condition.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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NSDAP 15-Year Long-Service Medal in Stickpin Form (Item NSD 12-19c; PINS 5-21)

DESCRIPTION: This is very similar to NSD 12-13 above, but is slightly larger. It is the blue-enamel-on-silver coloration example and has great detail under magnification. It’s in perfect condition and rare! Please look at examples above for more details and explanation.

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License Plate Tag (NSDAP) (Landrat), Bad Tölz (Item NSD 12-20)

DESCRIPTION: This is the aluminum tag that would go on a license plate signifying that this auto is the official vehicle of an important NSDAP official called a Landrat, or county commissioner, whose duties were all encompassing in administration of the Kreis, or county. He was the chief bureaucrat of the NSDAP in the various Kreissen. This particular one is from Bad Tölz, the little town in the Wolfratshausen area of Bavaria just south of Munich, that continued the premier officers’ school for the Waffen-SS. This was the Junkerschule Tölz where the best of the SS officers graduated from. The size of this one is about 1 3/4 inches in diameter and is in mint condition.

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License Plate Tag (NSDAP) (Landrat), Grimmen (Item NSD 12-21)

DESCRIPTION: This is the aluminum tag that would go on a license plate signifying that this auto is the official vehicle of an important NSDAP official called a Landrat, or county commissioner, whose duties were all encompassing in administration of the Kreis, or county. He was the chief bureaucrat of the NSDAP in the various Grafschaften. This particular one is from Stadt-Grimmen, a town in Mecklenburg Pomerania.

PRICE: $145.00

 

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Cased Goethe Medal for the Arts and Science (Item NSD 12-22)

DESCRIPTION: This is the “big” one. It’s considered the most prestigious and rare of all German awards almost without exception. The Goethe Medaille für Kunst und Wissenschaft was founded in 1932 to reward outstanding service during the Goethe centennial. It was initially intended to be a one-time award, but President Hindenburg retained it as a national award and this practice was continued by Hitler. The medallion is in genuine silver measuring 2 3/4 inches in diameter and has the profile of Goethe on the obverse and the name “Goethe” on the right. On the reverse is the stylized national eagle over the inscription “Für Kunst und Wissenschaft,” “For Art and Science.” Engraved around the outer edge is the inscription that translates to: “Founded by Reich President von Hindenburg 1932.” The Berlin sculptor Hanisch-Concee was responsible for the design of the medallion and his signature is found immediately under the neck of Goethe. The earlier-produced medals like this one have the recipient’s name engraved in large, block letters around the edge. The proof mark unfortunately is not clear. All that had to happen is that the strike was not strong enough and this is the result on coins, guns, etc., but the ‘835 PR ST. MB’ is there and can be perceived under magnification. This stands for the ‘835’ silver designation and the Prussian State Mint. The Goethe Medal continued to be awarded even after the introduction of the German National Prize for Art and Science in 1937. As of January 1943, a total of 467 had been awarded. The medallion is contained in a blue, simulated-leather hinged case with blue-velvet base interior. On the top of the case’s lid is an absolutely gorgeous national eagle heavily embossed in gold on the pebbled-finish case. The recipient was Friedrich Stahl and of course this is the name engraved along the edge. These medals were invariably personally presented by Adolf Hitler, himself, at a very grandiose ceremony and it certainly was the most respected civil award of the Reich next to the Eagle Shield of Germany and the National Prize for the Arts and Sciences, which was a replacement for the Nobel Prize since he had forbidden German citizens to accept the international prize. That medal encrusted with diamonds was of course the most coveted prize of all, but don’t sell this one short; the prestige of receiving the Goethe prize was extremely respected. Now, for the recipient of this Goethe Medal; the medal was presented personally by Adolf Hitler to Friedrich Stahl, who was likely the favorite artist of the Führer.

The following is an excerpt depicting Stahl’s adult life:
He was born on 27 December 1863, at Munich. He studied at the Munich Academy and Berlin and had a brief stay in England in 1900. Exhibits were already showing up in 1901 at Schulte's in Berlin. After living in Italy, mainly in Florence, between 1904 and 1913, he began working afterwards at Feldafing (Wiirmsee) for 12 years, then returned to Italy in 1925 and decided to settle in Rome for good. He had exhibits in 1919 at the Crystal Palace in Munich. He was a painter and illustrator inspired by the Mediterranean world, and was also influenced by Feuerbach and Bocklin, by the painting of the Italian Renaissance and in particular by the English Pre-Raphaelites. Stahl painted portraits, landscapes, groups, still lifes, flowers, allegorical and mythological compositions. Hitler, who was especially fond of him, bought 20 of his paintings after 1933. Stahl exhibited eight canvases at the GDK in 1937-38. In 1939, became a member of the Deutsche Kunstgesellschatt and of the Prussian Academy of Plastic and Graphic Arts. The same year, at the same time under the auspices of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut in Rome and the Rosenberg agency, he exhibited at the Zuccari Palace in Rome (the Italian Minister Giuseppe Bottai attended the inauguration) and at the Kiinstlerhaus in Berlin. (This was his first exhibition in Germany since 1919). In April 1940, Stahl received the Goethe Medal at the proposal of the director of the Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institut in Rome, Werner Hoppenstedt, supported by Martin Bormann, who points out that the artist's state of health demands an urgent decision. The medal is presented by the German Ambassador in Rome, Hans Georg von Mackensen, at the command of Goebbels and Hitler. Stahl died on 12 July 1940, in Rome. He is buried in Rome in the cemetery close to the pyramid of Cestius. The tombstone, a work of the sculptor Walter Rossler, is done at the personal command of Hitler. A special exhibition in his honor, with 67 of his works (oils, watercolors, drawings) was immediately organized the same year on the fringe of the GDK.

Then we show a few of Stahl’s many paintings. He was certainly deserving of this auspicious award. The medal and the case it reposes on are both in perfect order and condition. It is a real pleasure and we are prodigiously proud to be able to offer this wonderful extremely important award with connection not only to this very great master, but the connection to Unser Hitler, as well. We have many important pieces on Germania and many are more costly than this one, but we would be hard pressed to ever say that any of them would be more important.

PRICE: $5,900.00 Special sale now offered at $4,950.00; a fantastic bargain!

 

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