NSDAPMEDALS #38060 NSDAP Badge
This Party Badge is in perfect condition throughout, with good red speckled enamel around the outside. The full name of the party, “Nationalsozialistische D.A.P.”, rings the circumference of the badge.
The center of the badge has the usual white enamel field and black enamel swastika.
The reverse of the badge is marked “RZM” on one side and has the code “M1/72”. It has a standard safety pin mount.
A good example of the type.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $135.00
NSDAPMEDALS #38059 Two Kriestag Days Badges
The are in the shape of shields, with an open-winged Political eagle at the top. Superimposed over the swastika is a nude figure holding a raised sword. The edges of the badges read “Kriestag NSDAP Bergish Gladbach 1939”.
These badges are both marked on the reverse. One of the badges is missing the safety pin mounting.
NSDAPMEDALS #38048C SS Quedlinberg Juli 2nd 1936 Medal
This SS Quedlinberg Medal is the copper-clad style. This medal celebrates the 1000th birthday of King Heinrich, aka Henry the Fowler, who reigned from 919 to 936 AD. Himmler was convinced that he was the reincarnation of Heinrich and as such venerated this king of old. There was a large SS function held on July 2nd, 1936, to commemorate this anniversary.
The medal depicts Heinrich raised out in the bottom left, positioned over a church. The date, “2 Juli 1936” is next to the church, as well a a set of raised SS runes and oak leaves at the bottom right. At the top we see the city “Quedlinberg”, and below the name “Heinrich”. On the side we see, raised out, “Koenig der Duetschen 919-936”.
The reverse of the medal is equipped with a safety pin mounting.
A very scarce medal here, one that will no doubt be of interest to SS collectors.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $795.00
NSDAPMEDALS #37663 RDB Stickpin
This RBD Stickpin features a stubby, open-winged eagle clutching a mobile swastika. Raised out across the breast of the bird are the initials “RDB”. These initials stand for “Reichsbund der Deutscher Beamten” or “Reich Government Official”.
The pin is marked “Ges Gesch” on the reverse.
This is the first pin of this type I ever seen, and I assume it must be quite rare.
Excellent Plus. $95.00
NSDAPMEDALS #37848C Large Golden Party Badge
This Golden Party Badge is the larger 30mm size, and it is in good condition throughout. There are some traces of wear across the enamel surfaces, but no chips or problems. The badge has a black mobile swastika with silvered legs in the center. Around the swastika, in a circle, is the name of organization, “Nationalsozialistische D.A.P.” This is surrounded by a ring of overlapping oak leaves.
The badge is marked “Ges Gesch” on the reverse, as well as with the number of the original owner, “80920”. The badge is maker marked “Deschler & Sohne, München” next to the safety style pin.
A fine GPB example here, perfect for any collection.
NSDAPMEDALS #37849C Small Golden Party Badge
The enamel portion of this badge is in perfect condition. The badge has a black mobile swastika with silvered legs in the center. Around the swastika, in a circle, is the name of organization, “Nationalsozialistische D.A.P.” This is surrounded by a ring of overlapping oak leaves.
The reverse of this badge is not maker marked, however it is stamped “Ges Gesch” and as well with the original number of the owner, “39808”. The shank of the safety pin is a little short; the end must have been broken off at some point over the years.
A very nice Golden Party Badge here, showing only minor wear.
Excellent Plus. $1,795.00
NSDAPMEDALS #25676 NSDAP Party Pin (RZM M1/90)
This pin was issued by the Apreck & Vrage firm and ofcourse contains the backwards Z with out the slash that is common with all RZM stamps. The safety-pin mechanism is still in good shape and contains the riveted attachment plate.
Too bad for the wear, but priced accordingly.
NSDAPMEDALS #36726 NSDAP Westmark (Lothr) Badge
In the center is a white enamel field with a red enamel swastika. The enamel throughout this badge is in perfect condition.
The badge has a safety-pin style closure on the reverse, and is marked “M9/312”.
NSDAPMEDALS #36296C Eagle Order First Class without Swords with Neck Ribbon
This Eagle Order is a spectacular looking medal. These Eagle Orders with the neck ribbon are extremely rare. This beautiful example features a white enamel Maltese cross having a half closed-winged eagle in each of the four openings between the legs. The birds all look to the right and they clasp a mobile swastika within an oak leaf wreath. The area around the wreath is of all white enamel matching the enamel of the legs. The detail to each and every one of these birds is of highest jeweler quality. The medal is the same on both sides. At the top border of the Maltese cross there is a bracket which is in the shape of a flared floral device. A ring is attached to the top and then a loop is attached to this ring. The ring is marked, “900”.
Attached to the loop is a full neck ribbon with proper tie strings on each end. The ribbon is quite wide being of red lined satin having stripes of white, black and white on the edge of both sides. The ribbon does not appear to have been worn and the condition of the Order itself also indicates this status. A most beautiful original Eagle Order. This Order is the 1939 version.
NSDAPMEDALS #36298C Eagle Order Third Class with Ribbon
This Eagle Order consists of a Maltese style cross with beautiful enameled legs on each side. The enamel is in perfect condition. Between each of the legs of the cross is an eagle with half open wings clutching a wreath with mobile swastika. The swastikas have enamel around them matching that of the legs. There is a flared device at the top of the cross’s leg which contains a loop. This loop is marked “900”.
Attached to the loop is a fine red satin lined ribbon. The ribbon has stripes on both edges of white, black and white. The reverse of the ribbon is complete with the original pin device. This Eagle Order shows little to no usage and is very, very beautiful.
Near Mint. $1,895.00
NSDAPMEDALS #35925 NSDAP Party Pin
This pin is marked on the reverse, “W. Redo Saarlautern”. The badge has a safety pin style catch on the reverse. I’m not sure what these pins represent but obviously they have something to do with being a member of the Party in this particular district.
Near Mint. $150.00
This 1924 Stahlhelm Breast Badge is a beauty. Rendered in silver and black enamel, it features a WWI steel helmet embossed with an Iron Cross and “Der Stahlhelm” over pair of crossed oak leaves and the year 1924. The enamel is flawless, and there is only some minor wear evident to the date and oak leaves.
The reverse of the badge is marked with the date "24.2.24", the unit identification of "IV. Mi. 1245" as well as the 935 silver hallmark. It is also marked "Ges. Gesch. on the outer edge. The "Coke bottle" pin is in place and is still quite sturdy after all these years, with very little play. A nice badge her for collectors of Bund der Frontsoldaten memorabilia.
Near Mint. $295.00
This NSDAP Member’s Badge is slightly larger than the type we normally see. It is the zinc based type having the painted surfaces. Unfortunately most of the original paint is gone from this badge. There are only a couple of traces of the red and the white paint. I don’t see any of the original black paint in the swastika.
The badge also is unusual on the back as it has an extended pedestal with two small prongs. It is possible that this badge was meant to be mounted on something and not worn. I don’t know. It is marked on the back, “RZM M 1/42”. Perhaps it is something for someone out there if you know its original purpose.
This gilded medallion appears to be a brass base. It is about the size of a silver dollar. It is a stamped item with excellent detail. On the obverse, there is the head of the Führer looking to the right. The details to his pensive look are outstanding. Below the Führer’s neck is an artist’s name"W.Voss”"33”. Around the Führer’s head is his name"Adolf Hitler”.
On the reverse, there is a stubby-winged political style eagle with his head pointing to the right. The bird has the date"1933” stamped on his breast and he is holding a large wreath with a swastika in the center. Around the rim of the coin is"gemeinnutz eigennutz”. On either side of the wreath is the calendar day"30” and"jan.” This, of course, is a reference to the date that Adolf Hitler was elected as Chancellor to Germany January 30, 1933. A nice coin here, the likes of which I have not seen before.
Excellent Plus. $195.00
This neck chain appears to have been made up probably by the original wearer to display his NSDAP service awards while in civilian dress. The chain is a brass coated type which appears to have a steel base. Attached at the bottom area is a 15 year long service award. It is the type with Maltese cross, having blue enamel in the legs of the cross and also behind the open-winged eagle and swastika wreath in the center. Between the legs are rays to give effect. On the reverse the cross also has blue enamel and in the center has the purpose of the award, “Treue / für Führer / und Volk”. This of course means “Loyalty to the Führer and the People”. This medal is in excellent condition throughout with no breaks or damage to the enamel.
Attached at the upper right of the chain is a miniature for the 10 Year Bronze Award and at the left is a miniature for the 25 Year NSDAP award. This miniature has all of the white enamel in place on front and back and is an extremely rare medal. This chain may have been worn with a tuxedo or possibly a dress civilian uniform. These medals are quite rare and miniatures are almost never seen.
Excellent Plus. $995.00
This NSDAP Ten Year Service Cross still has all of its fine bronze finish throughout. The only lacking is that the original ribbon is gone to time. The cross has outstanding detail and features Maltese style arms with rays in between. In the center there is a round raised out oak leaf wreath and a superimposed open winged political eagle. The eagle looks to the viewer’s right and clutches a wreathed swastika.
The reverse is the same except in the center area is the raised out four line purpose of the award “Treue / für Führer / und / Folk”. I do not know how difficult it would be to find a ribbon for this medal but it is priced accordingly.
Excellent Plus. $195.00
This Ten Year Long Service Medal has most of the original bronze coating still clinging to the white metal base. I would say it is somewhere between 70%-80%. The medal itself is a Maltese-style cross, having sunbursts between the legs along with a set of crossed swords. Superimposed over the center area is a round wreath of oak leaves with an open-winged, Political eagle. The eagle looks to the wearer’s right and clutches a wreathed, mobile swastika. The detail is quite good throughout this medal.
The reverse is the same except that the swastika is replaced within the wreath with the purpose of the medal, “Treue, Führer und Volk.” This award is complete with the carrying ring but there is no ribbon attached. It is rare to see any plating on these awards, let alone the amount still existing on this medal.
This NSDAP Long Service Badge has a bronze plated surface. The bronze is still in excellent condition, showing a little bit of age in the surfaces but the plating is still all there. The medal consists of a Maltese style cross having serrations within the leg borders and there are sun bursts in between. Superimposed over the center is a wreath of oak leaves with an open-winged eagle and swastika. The reverse has the purpose of the medal"Treue/für Führer/und/Volk”. Attached to the loop above is the original ribbon. This ribbon is a brown lined silk and both of the edges have two thin white lines. A fine example.
Excellent Plus. $295.00