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A Collection of German Militaria, Part 7 793


Imperial Eagles. An attractive colour stencilled metal plate showing the Imperial eagle taken from the side of a railway carriage; together with another stencilled on wood, the section of wood removed from a carriage side, reasonable condition (2) £50-£70


794


A German Second War RAD Award. A single stamped award, normally pinned to a frame, which is unidentified, measuring 110mm x 80mm, good condition £60-£80


Illustrated on page 549 of Labour Organisations of the Reich. 795


An Imperial German Prussian Wilhelm Order Citation. The citation for the Order awarded to Leopold Koppel measuring 470mm x 380mm, folded to the centre, attached to the folder is a 90mm cylindrical canister containing a great seal and this is attached to the velum citation with a run of Prussian black and white fleck cord. The canister has the Coat of Arms of Kaiser Wilhelm II to the face side. The citation is all hand illuminated, dated January 1906 and with a large pen signature of Kaiser Wilhelm. The citation is accompanied by another citation also to Leopold Koppel dated October 1912 awarding him the Red Eagle Order Second Class, with accompanying notification letter dated 9 January 1913; a very large format and elaborate citation to Leopold Koppel appointing him as a Grand Master of the Order of the Crown of Italy dated August 1906; plus two other unknown documents dated 1906 and 1910, light foxing but otherwise generally good condition


£800-£1,200


Leopold Koppel was born in Dresden in October 1843. A German banker, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, he founded the private banking house of Koppel & Co and other industrial firms including the light bulb manufacturing company Osram. An extremely philanthropic man, a foundation was set up in his memory, from an endowment he made in 1911, which resulted in the founding of the Kaiser Wilhelm Institute for Physical Chemistry and Electro Chemistry. He died in Berlin in August 1933.


796


An NSDAP SA Music Corps Photograph Album. A very good album, the cover with large swastika, NSDAP all hand applied with a further Musikzug Der Gau-Insp.West Gau Hamburg Der NSDAP. A high quality album containing 102 photographs of good in-depth quality of uniform detail, musical instruments, ranking systems of the Gau Hamburg Music Corps. Virtually every image is annotated, good close-ups of the Reich Party Day 1933, the band is marching, the band at rest, the band playing on the Strength Through Joy ship the Monta Rosa in 1934, Gau Party Day marching in Hamburg 1934, Nuremberg Rally Day 1934, the bandstand on the Hamburg Alster, group shot on board the Strength Through Joy ship The St.Louis in Madera 1935, the band at attention waiting for President Hindenburg to arrive. A whole compilation of very good pictures both large format and small, very good exposures with one image in 1935 of Adolf Hitler at the Reich Party Day, possibly a purchased image. A very good close-up shots of the Schellenbaum banner of the Music Corps. Accompanied by a conference album 1935, some images of political leaders in full uniform reviewing Hitler Youth members, political leaders alighting from motorcars fully uniformed, 43 images in total, good condition (2)


£140-£180 797


Imperial German Veterans Badges. 4 individual highly attractive German Veterans Organisations of the War of 1870, with ribands; 2 regimental veterans badges for, 1st Brandenburg Grenadiers, 1st Guard Fusilier Regiment; and 2 veterans badges; accompanied by various Commemorative medals, Patriotic brooches, lapel pins, Iron for Gold medallion &c., generally good condition overall (lot)


£60-£80 798


Imperial German Veterans Badges. A highly attractive beautiful quality 50mm width and height multi enamelled badge for an unidentified Veterans Association, probably Prussian Guard related. Maltese Cross with multi coloured red, white and black enamels, green enamelled outer wreath, white enamelled inner wreath with the motto Fur Verdienst Und Treue. The central plaquette again multi enamelled in black, white and gold of the Prussian eagle with the motto of the Guard Regiments Suum- Cuique to the centre surmounted an Imperial crown with gilded crossed swords. Complete with its original pin, hook and hinge. Accompanied by a 40mm Weimar Republic Front Fighters League Honour Cross, enamelled red, white and black central shield with the letters FKB 1914-18 within the arms of the cross, with its original pin back suspension, maker marked Deschler Munich, extremely good condition (2)


£180-£220 799


Imperial German Medal Riband Bars and Ribands. A large quantity of Imperial German medal riband bars that have a combination of German, Austria and Ottoman Empire awards, two of which have Third Reich awards fitted, many of which have various riband bar emblem devices affixed, and the majority of which have their pin back suspensions in place; together with a large quantity of ribands for the miniatures of both Imperial Germany and the Third Reich, generally good condition (lot)


£80-£120


Sold together with a very attractive pull-out multi folded sheet showing all the Orders, Medals and Decorations of the Austro/Hungarian Empire c.1900, published by the Moritz Ruhl Company of Leipiz.


800


Anti-German Great War ‘Iron Crosses’ 6 individual cast iron medallions in the form of a Maltese Cross, each one identifying various towns in France and Belgium that had been destroyed by the German forces, also including the attacks on Hartlepool, Scarborough and Whitby; together with 3 cast iron British made medals, reasonable condition (9)


£80-£120 End of Sale www.dnw.co.uk all lots are illustrated on our website and are subject to buyers’ premium at 24% (+VAT where applicable)


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