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SA Opener Picture
Brown House Painting
A painting that hung in the Brown House

"God is with the strong battalions."

 

 

Fascist

Fascist

Fascist

Fascist
Communist thugs Thälmann and Leow in Berlin June 1927

Fascist
Red rally in Berlin, 1920s

Fascist

Three-Arrow Ring Designed after the “Antifascist Circle” (Item SA 15-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is an interesting ring that we bought from an elderly woman who had a booth at a Munich city flea market. She had a booth selling various used household articles. Our picker was wearing his usual celluloid button that he wears while attending these events that indicates he is interested in purchasing historical antiques of a military nature. The dear lady saw it and she told him she has a ring that belonged to her deceased husband, Karl, who was an SA Brownshirt Storm Trooper and the story is that during the Hitler regime he had occasion after beating a member of the antifascist organization, Iron Front, within an inch of his worthless life, Karl stripped the thug of his finger ring. This happened right after the Communists burned the Reichstag building in Berlin. The building was set ablaze on February 27, 1933, and right after that all known anti-National Socialist meeting places were raided by the SA troopers, who in righteous indignation were mighty rough on these red activists whom they considered criminals of the first order. This lady’s husband left the ring behind along with his dagger and his SA kepi. She already sold the dagger and the cap years before but she never sold the ring until now because she had always been a bit wary of telling the story, but now in her 90s she decided to let this Bavarian lad who wore traditional nationalistic (Trachten) clothing have a chance to have this ring. We learned later that this three-arrow symbol later became popular in the signs and leaflets used by the Red street thugs back in the 1930s and it carried over to the Young People’s Socialist League formed in the U.S. in 1989, but I am sure that none of these idiots ever sported a ring like this one that was wrested from what was most likely the ‘broken’ finger of an early red terrorist. This ring, although not at all pretty like the SA and SS rings, is many times as rare. In all our many years in this business this is absolutely the one and only one we have ever encountered.

PRICE: $275.00 Ultrarare!

 

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks
Opener hinge at the back of the kepi

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Cufflinks
The broken outer case

Cufflinks

Cufflinks
Link fitting

Cufflinks

Cufflinks

Special!!! Set of Magnificent Swastika Cufflinks Contained in a Miniature SA Kepi (Item SA 15-2)

DESCRIPTION: We recently happily acquired this utterly magnificent piece of SA memorabilia. It is comprised of a very accurate little SA kepi. When the top of the kepi is raised, there is revealed a set of fine-jewelry cufflinks in silver with black enamel swastikas as their theme. They are individually set into black velvet. They are comprised of the right and left cufflinks for the uniform shirt, and are of a very high jeweler’s craftsmanship: without a doubt are extremely fine in workmanship. The inside crown of the box is plainly marked “ges. gesch..” The tiny kepi is constructed just as a full-sized one is ith the tiny, perfectly shaped early style commensurate with the time of the Kampfzeit (struggle for power). Even the little chinstrap is secured with tiny buttons. I am sure that this item is unique. The cufflinks are of the style of the 20s and 30s. They have on their backside male and female attachments and snap together when applied to a shirt. Both the right- and left-side links are apparent (see our pictures). There is part of a box that the kepi would have been kept in, but the top of this box is missing. (See our pictures). However, the kepi itself is in extremely fine condition. The whole of the fabric that the kepi is formed of is fine, brown velvet supported by an inner stiffening frame. If you are a collector of Kampfzeit material, here is probably the most rare and certainly desirable relic of those turbulent times. It certainly enthuses us at Germania and is priced very reasonably for such a rare and magnificent example of a very special uniform item. It probably was the personal possession of a very-high-ranking SA leader and may have been a gift from some of his storm troop companions.

PRICE: $1,400.00

 

Medallion

Badge Commemorating the SA March through Werda in 1932 (Item SA 15-3; NSDAP 21-28)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a most beautiful tinnie. The badge commemorates a major SA march thru the tiny city of Werda in 1932. The badge depicts in its background a swastika that is in the full proportion of the badge. In the center of the badge is a very fine depiction of Adolf Hitler. The arms of the swastika are decorated in oak leaves and the wording on the arms are as follows: “S.A. AUFMARSCH WERDA/UM6. 2.u.3.7. 1932.”

PRICE: $195.00

 

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions
The young hero faces the occupying murderers' firing squad.

Medallions

Medallions

Medallions
The SA gathers before the memorial.

Commemorative Porcelain Medallion (Item SA 15-4; NSD 22-2; FREI 1-15)

DESCRIPTION: This medallion is dedicated to the memory of Albert Leo Schlageter, the martyred hero who defended his sacred Fatherland and his Deutsches Volk. He was a member of the German Freikorps, and his activities sabotaging French occupying troops after World War I led to his arrest and eventual execution (murder) by the occupying French forces. His way of death fostered an aura of martyrdom around him, which was cultivated by German patriotic nationalist groups, in particular the National Socialist Party. During the Third Reich, he was widely commemorated as a national hero and a genuine Teutonic warrior who died for what to him was a glorious cause. The medallion is of the type and style of the various Meissen porcelain commemoratives. Under the Schlageter cross on the reverse side are the dates “26 Mai 1923” and “26 Mai 1933.” On the obverse side there is a depiction of a bust portrait of the hero and under this (translated) it says: “He fell slain by France’s order on 26 May 1923,” and below his name it has a little box that has the message that translates to: “For peace and freedom for the Ruhr and the Rhine.” The size is about 3 1/2 inches in diameter and it is in perfect condition. This is a true historic treasure honoring a young hero and martyr who refused to renounce his faith in his just cause in the name and spirit of his German fatherland. Please go here to view another award for Schlageter at Item FREI 1-1.

PRICE: $275.00

 

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque

Wooden Carving Plaque
The wire hanger was added by the consigner.

Beautifully Carved Wooden Plate from the “Kampfzeit” (Struggle for Power) (Item SA 15-2; NSD 22-3; ART 18-7; WOODMASTER 1-12; BRE 1-7)

DESCRIPTION: This is without a doubt the most beautiful carved commemorative plate that we have ever seen and certainly with the greatest meaning. In 1933, Adolf Hitler was appointed as Reichs Chancellor. The whole meaning of the plate is to commemorate this important world event. The plate has at the top a swastika within the figure of rising a sun. The central design is the large, early NS Party eagle perched upon the early nonmobile swastika that is within a wreath with the date “1933” below it. The meaning is quite deep and has to do with the Machtergreifung (The Seizure of Power). Behind the eagle’s wings are sprays of oak leaves and acorns, the ancient German symbol of victory. Along the edges are the separate cutout words “GROßDEUTSCHLANDS ERWACHEN” (Greater Germany’s Awakening). Below the wreathed swastika are the watchwords (“Freedom and Bread”) of the NS movement “Freiheit u. Brot.” The plate measures 11 inches in diameter. It is in wonderful condition with no parts of the carving missing. All of the artwork is deeply cut and raised. It is probably the finest woodcarving that we have ever seen and would be considered not only extremely rare but also exceedingly beautiful when one looks at the carved wording that is all individually hand cut with fantastic skill; you can realize that this is one of the true artistic treasures of the early Third Reich.

PRICE: $2,500.00

 

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

NS Party Songbook

Book Entitled Liederbuch Schleswig-Holsteinischer (Item SA 15-3, PARTYSONGBOOK 1-1; SS 38-27)

DESCRIPTION: This is rare one printed in 1934 by the book handlers for the National Socialist Party under the auspices of Hans Schumm printing in Altona Elbe. The book comprises 64 pages with all the early party favorites such as “Argonnerwald,” “Deutschland erwacht!,” “Deutschland über alles,” “Horst Wessel Lied,” “Hitlerlied,” ”Hitler-Jugend-Lied,” “Den Toten des 9 November 1923,” “Annemaria,” “Marschlied der SS,” “Volk ans Gewehr,” “Wenn alle untreu werden,” and the Hitler Youth song “Unser Fahne flattert uns voran” plus many more N.S. favorites that were sung by patriotic citizens and party functionaries. Nothing thrills quite like great Volkslieder and Parteilieder.

PRICE: $125.00; Rare! Very rare.

 

Shoe Polish

Shoe Polish

Shoe Polish

SA Shoe Polish Canister (Item SA 15-4)

DESCRIPTION: The can measures 2½ inches in diameter and almost an inch deep. It has the words “SA Marschiert” (“SA march”) with a caricature of a brown shirt trooper that is seen below. Under this is a German word that refers to maintenance (polish?) Wouldn’t it be somewhat neat to add this to your SA collection? There is no product in the canister (empty).

PRICE: $58.00

 

Booklet

Booklet
Inside the front cover

SA Booklet Concerning Rules of Honorable Behavior for the Troopers (Item SA 15-5)

DESCRIPTION: This little booklet measures 4 x 5 inches and contains 31 pages that lay out the code of conduct (Ehrenordnung) for the SA Sturmabteilung. “Brownshirts.” Nowadays, the liberals and the Left are forever calling these honorable men thugs, bullies, criminals, but to the contrary, they were, for the most part, honorable, decent, and emphatically patriotic men who served bravely while almost always outnumbered against vicious terrorist Communist fiends of the lowest order: the Antifa of that day. The booklet’s cover is in sort of an oilcloth material so it could be carried in the pocket of those “Brownshirts” and referred to when the occasion called for instruction and advice. The Supreme HQ of the SA issued these booklets in 1933.

PRICE: $65.00

 

SA Badge

SA Badge

SA Badge

SA Badge

SA Badge
Martin Bormann wearing the prestigious Frontbann badge

SA Badge
SS official Kurt Kurt Daluege wearing the Frontbann badge

SA Badge

SA Badge
Men of the Frontbann ready for action

Rare Frontbann Badge in Silver; one of the Scarcest Badges of the NSDAP (Item SA 15-6: FREI 1-18)

DESCRIPTION: The Frontbann was a reorganized and renamed version of the SA. It was created in April 1924, as a substitute for the then-banned SA in the aftermath of the failed Beer Hall Putsch of November 1923. The Nazi Party (NSDAP), including the SA, was outlawed by the Weimar Republic government following the putsch. The Nazi Party was briefly renamed the National Socialist Freedom Party to maintain its legality and the SA was similarly renamed. Like the party it served, the Frontbann included the same members and performed the same functions as its predecessor. It contained many of the original members of the SA and was still led by Ernst Röhm. Frontbann units were formed throughout Germany. Kurt Daluege was the leader of the Frontbann unit in Berlin and Martin Bormann was a member of the unit in Thüringen. It had about 30,000 members across Germany. The Frontbann was disbanded on February 27, 1925, when the ban was lifted on the Nazi Party and was reformed back into the SA. The Frontbann badge is an official Abzeichen (insignia) worn and highly respected as the symbol of extreme loyalty and dedication to the NSDAP and its agenda. This is definitely not a day-badge or a tinny. It’s comprised of a 20-mm (a little more than 3/4 of an inch) swastika with a German helmet centered on it. The badge was struck in silver and is marked with the “800” silver marking. Written on the legs of the swastika are the words “WIR WOLLEN FREI WERDEN (“We wish to be free.”). It was listed as an official decoration of the NSDAP and a recognized historical award of the SA created in 1924. The badge is maker marked “LN 1790—Lauer Nürnberg.” The fastening pin is as it is on any official German award badge with a bold, flat pin and a hinged stabilizer fixture at its top and a clutch-holder device at the bottom. Here is an extremely rare badge and award for true heroic action against the disease known as Bolshevism, OR, today, it would be known as the antifa movement!

PRICE: $485.00; we can’t conceive of a badge rarer and more historically important.

 

 

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