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Sturmabteilungen

The SA

Page 13

SA Opening Picture

 

 

NSKK Flag Finial
Obverse
NSKK Flag Finial
Reverse
NSKK Flag Finial
NSKK Personnel
NSKK Flag Finial
NSKK Flag Finial
Picture from book
NSKK Pennant Top as Used on Parade Car Fenders (Item SA 13-1)
DESCRIPTION: This is a finial or staff top used on the pennants that were on the fenders of all the various NSKK vehicles, especially the ones used by the top brass of this motorized branch of the (SA) “Sturm Abteilung.” It is over 2 ½ inches high with a wing span of about 2 inches, nicely detailed and threaded for screwing on to the staff. Silver plated brass. It is a rather nice display piece on its own.

PRICE: $275.00

 

SA Flag Pole Finial
Front
SA Flag Pole Finial
Reverse

SA Flag Pole Finial
SA Flag Pole Finial
SA Flag Pole Finial
SA Symbol
SA Flag Pole Finial
The crown prince in the SA
SA Flag Pole Finial
An SA Car Pennant Finial (staff top) (Item SA13-2)
DESCRIPTION: This is a neat little brass (silver plated ) SA (Brownshirts) pennant top. It is a miniature of the full sized flag pole top for SA standards. It has a threaded fixture for attachment. It is the type used on the car fender pennants for the SA high command vehicles such as the Mercedes Benz staff cars used by SA Stabchef Victor Lutze and others. It is in fine condition. 2 ½ inches high and has a diameter of 1 ¾ inches. Would also make a neat desk piece if placed on a stand.

PRICE: SOLD


Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque

Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Marching SA Men Plaque
Super Huge, Stupendous SA StormTroop Plaque (Item SA 13-3)
DESCRIPTION: This large, framed plaque is a wonderful rendition of a marching detachment of Brownshirt Stormtroops, SA, in close formation. It is in 3-dimensional relief and the superb artist has depicted them marching 3 abreast through his innovative portrayal. The frame is not original to the piece, but has been wonderfully fitted to this heavy sculpture. It measures 15" x 31" overall, while just the bronze portion measures 10 ¾" x 27". This is a very dramatic rendering of Third Reich Art. This plaque was probably made for a special SA Headquarters or for a gallery exhibition. This is one of the best and most awe-inspiring objects d'art offered depicting the turbulent era of the 1920's and 1930's.

PRICE: SOLD

 

NSKK Dossier

 

NSKK Dossier
NSKK Dossier
NSKK Dossier
NSKK Dossier
NSKK Dossier
NSKK (Motorstandarte) Dossier (Item SA 13-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a grouping of papers and documents for a Rottenführer by the name of Robert Willmann. There are transfer papers, a lebenslauf -- a life history signed by Willman that confirms he was born in Muhlhausen in July 1921 and goes into where he works. A letter to the Sturmführer Furst signed "Heil Hitler" telling the district leader that he will not report for duty since he is present at the Motorsport School and is already on duty in the Altreich. There is a testimonial stamped by the police president of Muhlhausen that he had no previous convictions. There is a form for application for membership in the NSKK. He testifies that he and his wife are of pure Aryan ancestory and are not of any colored inheritance. He further swears that he has never belonged to a Free Mason Lodge and he will join the NSDAP as soon as possible. He then says he will attach two photographs of himself. On July 6, 1943, a letter from NSKK Motorsturm 2/M 159 advises that "attached is your NSKK pass with appropriate entrance of your Front service in the East Motor Group Luftwaffe is not authorized to make entries into your records. I also advise you to return your complete uniform at the next meeting." Next is a recommendation to award German citizenship -- Willmann was on the Front (deployment with NSKK Motor Group Luftwaffe). There is a stamrolle with Willmann's particulars, headed NSKK Stamrolle N.S. Kraftfahrkorps. There is an employment record identifying him as being employed as a truck driver by the NSKK. Included is a complete handwritten letter from Willmann that is worth having and is historically important. Then there is a reply to the above letter from the Sturmwart of the Brigade on behalf of the men of NSKK Motorsturm 2/M 159 sent by the Sturmführer, where they say, "Dear Comrade, The NSKK Motorsturm has received your letter and we thank you very much. We are glad you like your deployment and we are all proud of you. Keep up your good humor and don't forget to send us from time to time a report about your adventures. Our new meeting hall is finished now and we are glad it is done. Our best wishes are with you."

PRICE: $250.00

 

SA Treffen Badge
SA Treffen Badge
SA Treffen Badge, Braunschweig 1931 (Item SA 13-5)

DESCRIPTION: The man whom most consider an "expert" in Germany, sold us this badge. It is different than most of them shown. It is more round than oblong. The badges that one very rarely encounters (very rarely, if original) are scarce even though 100,000 were issued. It was first simply a cheap grade tinny that commemorated the treffen (meeting) of the SA. But is was indeed a badge, not like this one, that is afterall a tinny. Gentlement on the forums have said that the badge is so rare in both the types that existed, but what about this tinny??? We don't claim to have any expertise concerning this series of badges or tinnies. All we know is that this, from appearance of age and the experience of the seller, makes us believe it is original until it is shown not to be.

In October of 1931, the Sturmabteilung (SA) wanted to demonstrate unswerving loyalty to Hilter and the NSDAP; an important rally was held in the town of Braunschweig. The Rohm Putsch was yet to come, but the loyalty of the SA was to be assured and except for a few ambitious leaders, this was a truism. These young Brownshirt troopers were fiercely loyal to the Führer. The rest is well documented if one can read between the lines of liberal hogwash attending such history. The badge was very important as it was worn in commemoration of one of the most important events in NS history. Hitler is quoted with the now famous words, "The SA is not a moral institution for the education of well-to-do daughters, but an association of rough fighters."

PRICE: $250.00 Too cheap? Possibly?

 

Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing

Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Artist's signature
Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Professorship for Herr Rump
Ernst Rump drawing
"The Gift from Bremen and the
SA Group"
Ernst Rump drawing
The artist at work on Hitler's
birthday gift
Ernst Rump drawing
The story of the gift and Rump's
artistry
Ernst Rump drawing
A great view of Roland
Ernst Rump drawing
Another view of Roland
Ernst Rump drawing
Ernst Rump drawing
Closer view of Roland
Ernst Rump drawing
Roland statue in Bremen
town square

(Entwurf) Original Drawing by the Artist
of a Fantastic Presentation to the Fuhrer 
(ART 16-5 & SA13-6 & AH 25-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is for the true Germanophile. It is the original design hand rendered by the artist Herr Professor Ernst Rump. The statue that the drawing depicts is of a proposed sculpture of the hero Roland of Bremen that was about 60 cm in height and was crafted in silver. It was absolutely  unique; no other was ever done. It was presented to Adolf Hitler on the occasion of his 50th.birthday. It was commissioned to be created by Ernst Rump, a quite famous gold and silversmith, by the Bremen Government and the dean of the north German art school. Rump created it in four months of intensive artistry. The Roland figure stood in the middle of a silver bowl with four legs and in front of the bowl you can see an eagle. The plinth bears the shield with the Bremen Wahlspruch. Several copied documents and news releases accompany the picture -- in one of them it is announced that “The largest city of Gau Wessser Ems wishes to please our Fuhrer with this magnificent creation, along with this we present to our leader a tea table with ceramic inlay from the SA Gruppe (Nordsee”). These ceramics depict clouds and waves with a Viking ship. The red-sand light house, a ship that is a 5 master sailing ship. And the first German steamer “Wesser”plus the western tower of the island of Wangerooge, the modern trawler “Luneberg” and the fast steamer “Bremen” in the center is a compass rosette. In another clipping it reads “New from Bremen April 21, 1939 concerning the presents from Bremen and the SA Sturm (Nordsee) masterpieces of art work made by hand. These presented yesterday were an expression of love and honor from the German people to the creator of the Greater German Reich” and thus are the presents that ended up on the presentation table for our Fuhrer. Great consideration was given to the idea and final selection of these particular presents to represent the relationship that Gau Wesser area had to North Sea area. The center piece is of course the model of Roland the Giant and other impressive items to show Bremen's connection to the North Sea. The creator of the present from the Hanse City Bremen is the silver table decoration produced by the leader of the North German Goldsmiths Guild, Ernst Rump. This piece consists of a bowl with a figure of Roland in the center and has the inscription: To our Fuhrer from the Free Hanse City of Bremen on April 20, 1939 this is “Buten und Binnen-Wagon und Winnen! This is Bremen dialect...it means – On seas and on land, on wagons, and ships!  The bowl has a diameter of 52 cm. Several of the pieces are clad in gold to make it even more admirable. The framed “Entwurf” is huge, really huge 33 ½" x 26" and the frame is about 1 ½" thick all around. It is beautifully framed in a gold leaf frame. The glass is non-glare and it is backed with museum grade backing (using preservation methodology).

Something about Roland: According to legend, Bremen will remain free and independent as long as the Roland statue stands watching the city.  Roland was Charlemaignes Knight Errant. He was erected in 1404.  He bears the sword Durendart (Justice)” and a shield decorated with the two headed Imperial Eagle. The statue is 5.47 mm tall and stands on a 60 cm rostrum. This brings the combined height to 16.21 m.  Roland is the symbol of civil liberty and freedom. It is a great symbol and it can be understood clearly why the city and Ernst Rump chose this subject for the sculpture in silver to be presented to the Fuhrer. Ernst Rump was a celebrated artist in his time and even worked with the Deutsches Ahnenerbe on several projects. We are very proud to offer this original drawing from this talented artist of the 3rd Reich Remember: it is unique, one of a kind and should be in a museum or in a first class collection.

PRICE: SOLD

 

NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion

NSKK Medallion
Back of medallion
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Magazine
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion
NSKK Medallion
Austria awaits their Leader

NSKK Medallion 10 April 1938
The Anschluss in Austria
 (Item SA 13-8)

DESCRIPTION: This medallion has probably the finest detail we have ever seen on a Third Reich piece. The eagle and swastika jump right out at you in relief.  The NSKK was the motorized section of the SA. This is actually a car badge that would be adhered to the front of an automobile to show participation. Across the top is the familiar words that also stand out boldly, Ein Volk, Ein Reich, Ein fuhrer!  Translated, this is “One people, One Nation, One Leader!”  Under this also in high relief it says NSKK Wahlhilfdienst 10 April 1938. This was the date of the Anschluss, the plebiscite that gave an overwhelming majority of votes of the people (99%) to make the union with the greater German Reich. It was a great day of celebration and all the functionaries of the N.S. movement turned out to honor that momentious occasion. Thousands of swastika flags adorned the buildings and streets. The role of the NSKK was to drive buses and motorcars filled with people to the voting places who lived far way from the voting stalls. Hundreds of trucks, motorcycles, cars and buses were used on that auspicious occasion in history. These truly Teutonic people were overjoyed at the aspect that now the “Ostmark Des Grosse Deutschen Reich“ would be united with their Germanic brothers in the Third German Reich. So this medal is not only beautiful, but it is prodigiously important historically...this is a gem!

PRICE: SOLD

 

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