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SA Belt Buckle with Rotated Swastika No.1 (Item SA 10-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is the final version of the SA buckle. The purchaser had the option of obtaining this buckle with the silvered faceplate on a brass field, nickel face plate on brass, or the plain brass throughout as is seen here. The buckle is unmarked, but attributed to Assmann. This one is in excellent condition and is in the 40-mm size or 2 1/2 x 2 inches (one-piece construction).

PRICE: $173.00

 

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SA Belt Buckle with Mobile Swastika No. 2 (Item SA 10-2)

DESCRIPTION: The mobile swastika belt buckle for the SA was probably the first pattern to be introduced and was worn with the light-brown leather belt. This one is the plain brass one. This pattern buckle was observed in a reference dated 1933 and is illustrated as the buckle worn by the SA. The buckle is 2 1/2 x 2 inches in size and is in immaculate condition (one-piece construction).

PRICE: $180.00

 

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SA Belt Buckle with Horizontal Swastika No. 3 (Item SA 10-3)

DESCRIPTION: This pattern buckle by Assmann (not marked) was illustrated in the 1935 catalog along with the pattern with the rotated swastika. It was worn with the chocolate-brown leather belt. It’s size 2 1/2 x 2 inches and is in very good condition with a tiny dent or two. It’s all brass with brass faceplate (one-piece construction).

PRICE: $158.00

 

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SA Belt Buckle with Rotated Swastika No. 4 (Item SA 10-4)

DESCRIPTION: The final version for the SA and this one has the silvered faceplate on brass field (not marked). This is in the 45-mm size, 2 x 2 1/2 inches. They are always nicer looking with the silvered faceplate, but it was simply choice when purchased as to plain brass or one like this. It had nothing to do with rank or district (two-piece construction).

PRICE: $182.00

 

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SA/SS Buckle No. 5 (Item SA 10-5; SS 24-17)

DESCRIPTION: The final version for the SA and this one has the silvered faceplate on brass field (not marked). This is in the 45-mm size, 2 x 2 1/2 inches. They are always nicer looking with the silvered faceplate, but it was simply choice when purchased as to plain brass or one like this. It had nothing to do with rank or district (two-piece construction).

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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SA Belt Buckle with Mobile Swastika No. 6 (Item SA 10-6)

DESCRIPTION: This Assmann-made belt buckle for the SA has the silvered faceplate and is the 44-mm size, or 2 x 2 1/2. It is in immaculate shape and would be worn with the chocolate brown belt. An advertisement in an old reference books shows this buckle and is dated 1933. It’s has a nice silver faceplate mounted on brass background (two-piece construction).

PRICE:  SOLD

 

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SA Belt Buckle with Rotated Swastika No.7 (Item SA 10-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is a typical Assman SA belt buckle, but is fairly unique among such uniform accouterment in that it is the unusual brass faceplate mounted on a white brass buckle that looks silver. It is in the 44-mm or 2 1/2 x 7 sizes and except for a few minor scratches on the silvered brass part. It’s in excellent condition (unmarked). It’s possibly SA/SS type (early) (two-piece construction).

PRICE: $180.00

 

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Fantastic Grouping from SA Gruppe Sudwest (Item SA 10-8)

DESCRIPTION: The picture in the group is the SA man whose family that the items come from. Although they were willing to sell the items to our consigner they were not willing to divulge any names. It seems that the whole male contingent of the family was in the SA (Storm Troops) and there were various mementos that were left in trunks and drawers. The items purchased were as follows:

No. 1: A picture of one of the family members who was a member of the signal company of Brigade 4 in the 65th Sudwest Standarte. From the look of the rank tab he seems to have been a Scharführer or Oberscharführer.

No. 2: A set of SA collar tabs with arrow to indicate that the wearer was in signals company also. The tabs could even be those of the SA man in the picture who could have moved to a different Sturmbann, but still was in the Standarte 65.

No. 3: A framed document Ehrenurkunde for excellent marksmanship with small-bore rifle. This is to the SA Brigade 154 Sturm H-19/65 and is signed by the Führer of Brigade 154 as Oberführer of the unit.

No. 4: There is a crude SA Kepi probably very early and it is with a strand of piping from the Sudwest Standarte. There is not enough of the black-orange piping to go around the flaps, but we assume it was cut, but it sure looks like it belonged at one time. This remains a mystery and we are not sure if this was at anytime together, but it does make for an evidentiary case. The crown color is black. Could the 65th Standarte use black like Berlin did at sometime or did the owner belong to a Berlin unit? We do not know, but there is room for all kinds of speculation. The Kepi is not in top condition with some of the cloth pulling away form the Vulcan fiber insert that supports the shape. We had no reason to, but it is our regular tactic to put all pieces of vintage clothing through a black-light test and this was not the exception. It passed! So the beauty of all of this is it is all from the same Sudwest-SA staff or brigade (65); probably even the Kepi and it makes for a very rare and inordinately excellent group and with the exception of the Kepi (which isn’t bad at all), the items are all in tremendous condition. The Kepi has no inside marking and we suspect it is quite early. This is a group the like of which is never found considering all is from one Standarte 65.

PRICE: $2,200.00; for all items: Drastic reduction by consigner to $1,450.00

 

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SA Fringed Honor Flag (Item SA 10-9)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an extra-fine SA honor standard with unit patch with historical connotations. This piece has a unit designation from the city of Gotha. This beautiful and important city was officially formed after the League of Gotha was formed in 1526 when the princes of Saxony and Hesse established it. These were the famed protestant Princes of the Realms. The patch also carries the name ‘Moltke.’ This would represent the name that the SA unit chose for its particular group. It was a great choice naming itself after the great and illustrious Field Marshal Helmuth von Moltke, 1808-1881. He was the undaunted hero of the 1870 and 1871 Franco-Prussian War and he was the officer who commanded all the Prussian and German armies in the resounding victory over the French. This was SA Gruppe No. 2. Unfortunately, Gotha also brings to mind, at least to this historian, a terrible deed committed by U.S. forces under General Eisenhower and other U.S. Army notables. The first headquarters of the American Army of Occupation was in Gotha-Thuringia. German soldiers were quartered in a POW camp that turned out to be notorious and the prisoners were treated in the most barbaric manner. Ike signed an order changing the status of the POWs to “disarmed enemy combatants’’ thereby allowing him to change all the rules pertaining to these poor, unfortunate soldiers. They were literally starved to death while abundant food was available. But it was far worse. We won’t elaborate here, but if you want more information on this horrible atrocity, go to several internet sites including rense.com. It just occurred to us to add this information. I guess it’s just the revisionist historian in us. America can’t duck its often sordid history. The flag we offer is 53 1/2 x 46 1/2 inches in size. No mothing is seen. The elegant silver brocade fringe is all along the 3 edges. The fringe is about 2 inches long. This truly is a great SA NSKK flag with important historical background at least in the Gotha-Moltke connotations. An honor standard of the political troops is quite rare.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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SA Reserve Stickpin (Item SA 10-10; PINS 5-9)

DESCRIPTION: This is a stickpin for nonuniformed SA Reserve members. The wings indicate that in any national or local emergency these reserve factions of the Sturmabteilung are ready for action on the call of the party and SA. This is one of the scarcest of the SS insignia.

PRICE:  $175.00; The left side here looks to be chipped, but is not (lighting!).

 

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National Socialist Charm or Pendant (Item SA 10-11; GEN 11-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is something actually more important than it looks. It’s a petite, round, wreathlike piece of fine jewelry in circular form with a blue, enameled swastika dangling in the center. This was an early SA presentation to the wives and sweethearts of the storm troopers. It has a jump ring so it can be worn on a charm bracelet or on a neck chain. It is about the size a U.S. dime. It’s an early Kampfzeit item that had practically no chance of making it this far in the future without getting lost; thus rare.

PRICE: $175.00

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SA Meeting in Darmstadt (Item SA 10-12)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a commemorative tinny from an SA Treffen (meeting) in the city of Darmstadt in 1937. It depicts an SA storm trooper on the march.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Interdepartmental Personal File on an SA Man (Item SA 10-18)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the rare original SA personal files that we were able to buy in a recent trip to Germany. These files are extremely rare as most were destroyed by local headquarters workers and caretakers before the allies and the street sweepings of leftist humanoids that now were officialized got a hold of them. If you will read the descriptions above you can see what these files are basically composed of. This particular file is for an SA man named Dietrich Siemers, who in 1935 was with the rank of SA Oberscharführer with membership number 877953. He was born May 11, 1912. He entered the SA January 17, 1932, at Sieden in the Standarte 74. He was a graduate of the Sport School in Einbeck on January 2, 1934. He joined the NS Party on January 1, 1932, with the NSDAP membership number 877053. Many other pertinent details are found in 21 pages of the file. There are two photographs of the man attached, including vital statistics, health, physical descriptions, parents, occupations, rank history, leadership quality, the fact is obvious that no Jewish heredity or Freemason membership is to be detected in his past, and that he is 100-percent pure Aryan. He writes his Lebenslauf (personal testimony) in hand-written Germanic script. File pages attest to his character as very good; his fraternity with his comrades (good); his soldiery qualities (good); his physical training (good); potential for leadership (good). There is an SA acceptance document with the issue and permission to wear the SA uniform. All in all this man, Dietrich Siemers, was the perfect Stormtrooper of the SA. This is a great remembrance of a life given over to the “Deutsche Bewegung.”

PRICE: $375.00

 

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Interdepartmental Personal File on an SA Man (Item SA 10-19)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the rare, original SA personnel files that we were able to purchase in Germany on a recent trip. These files are extremely rare as most were destroyed in 1945 by headquarters office workers and file clerks before they would fall into the hands of the allies and the leftist bums that were now installed in powerful positions that would be detrimental to the future of many of these men because of their membership in this the nation’s vanguard organizations, the Sturmabteilung. If you will read the information in the listing of the files above you can see what the standard information that was listed in these files basically except for some accomplishments by each individual. You will find them to be pretty much the same. This file was for a man named Wilhelm Harms who at the time the file was assembled was an SA Sturmann who was enlisted in the SA 26.2.31 in Sturm 5 Standarte 74 under the command of SA Gruppenführer Bohmker in Gruppe Nordsee. He was born in Borstel Kreiss Nienburg/Wesser Hannover on September 19, 1912. He was an evangelical Lutheran by religion; father Heinrich Harms, mother Marie Bucholtz. In 1942 he was an SA Rotenführer according to a file page from the NSDAP, Gruppe Nordsee. A report from the SA group school Nordsee in a paper entitled “Beurteilung” has many good things to say about trooper Harms and it is signed by the Obersturmbannführer v. Engelin with the official stamp with eagle and swastika of the Nordsee Gruppe. In his Stammrolle-Auszug he had torn away a pasted picture of himself and left a hole, but his picture does appear on the orange file card at the beginning as you can see. There are many more pages with every description of physical looks and prowess with exercise, shooting, soldierly values, etc.; just too numerous to list. All in all, this trooper, Wilhelm Fredrich Dietrich Harms, was the perfect example of a loyal and steadfast member of the “Brown battalions.” This file has some damage to the very bottom of at least two of the documents and someone tore two of the pictures out of the file. Why?? But the orange main file card is intact with photo.

PRICE: $375.00

 

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Interdepartmental Personal File on an SA Man (Item SA 10-20)

DESCRIPTION: This is one of the rare original SA personal files that we were able to buy in a recent trip to Germany. These files are extremely rare as most were destroyed in 1945 by local headquarters managers and loyal file clerks so they wouldn’t fall into the hands of the allies or the leftist bums that now held power positions in the new Germany. The finding of these files at least at the time would have been detrimental to the future of these men and their families. Membership in the Sturmabteilung was to be cause for loss of pensions, possible imprisonment, and many other indignities that would attend these men for their participation in the loyal ranks of Germany’s Brown battalions. Please read about the other files of SA men starting with the first one and you will see the requirements, accomplishments, personal histories that appear on virtually all of them. Most of this was pretty standard and excepting each man’s name, ranks, and personal information they follow a common pattern. This man is Karl Nietfeld, who entered the SA quite early on June 1, 1929 while in Berkel, Hannover. He joined the NSDAP on June 1, 1929, also. He had the membership no. of 134535. He was born in Sieden Kress Nienburg on November 12, 1906. His religion was Protestant; son of Wilhelm Nietfeld; his mother’s maiden name is Marie Twahloh. In 1935 he was an SA Oberscharführer. He is listed in his Beurteilung as having good character, (good) in comradeship, soldierly qualities (good), very responsive to higher learning, leadership potential (good). There are 16 file documents counting front and back of some. There are two photographs of him including the one on the orange master file car and he or someone tore out the third one. This file is in excellent condition with all pages in good shape and intact. We cannot stress or effectively inform you of just how rare these files are. The are actually archival treasures and, besides that, just imagine how they would look in a display with an armband and an SA dagger? Great!.

PRICE: $275.00

 

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