STICKPINS #39729C Early 1927 NSDAP High Honor Silver Stickpin
The detail to the bird and wreath is extraordinary. The pin may have originally been straight but is now curved in several places, probably an effort by the original owner to keep it securely in place.
This stickpin looks to be of solid silver and is extremely rare. A great item here for the serious NSDAP collector.
Excellent Plus. $2,700.00
STICKPINS #39734C SA Runes Roundel Stickpin
The stickpin has serrations along the length. The reverse is unmarked and shows some age.
A very nice SA Stickpin here.
STICKPINS #39732C NSDAP 15 Year Loyalty Stickpin
The reverse of this pin is marked, “RZM M11/1”. The pin itself is serrated.
A nice NSDAP Stickpin here.
Excellent Plus. $150.00
STICKPINS #39737C NSDAP Opferring Gau Hessen Stickpin
The head of the pin features an urn with fire in the center, set above the initials “NSDAP”. Around the outside we read “Opferring Gau Hessen Nassau”.
The reverse is marked “E. F. Widemann, Frankfurt AM”.
A rarely seen stickpin here.
Excellent Plus. $125.00
STICKPINS #39376 Wehrmacht Eagle Stickpin
The pin itself appears to have the lower end broken off, but over half the length remains. It is the serrated type.
STICKPINS #38939C Miniature Party Badge Stickpin
The reverse of the pin is marked “Gesch Gesch” and has an attached serrated pin.
This is not an easy Party Badge variant to find these days.
Near Mint. $250.00
STICKPINS #38946C SS Stickpin
The reverse of the pin is numbered “43202”. Additionally it has the desirable maker mark of “Hofstatter Bonn / Gesch Gesch”. There is an attached serrated pin.
An exceptional example here, just waiting to be added to your SS collection.
Near Mint. $750.00
STICKPINS #38787C SA Sports Badge Stick Pin
This pin is marked “6” on the reverse”.
A nice little SA pin here.
Near Mint. $50.00
STICKPINS #38580C Studentenbund Stick Pin
The reverse is marked “RZM 1/52”. The attached pin is the serrated type.
A great looking item here, one that will accent a HJ collection nicely.
Near Mint. $95.00
STICKPINS #38575C SS Stickpin
This SS Stickpin has good enamel surfaces; there are a couple of factory flaws in this enamel but they are very minor. The silver runes and dual borders have toned slightly, giving a fine antique look.
The reverse of the pin is marked “13371” and “Hoffstätter Bonn”. The attached pin is serrated.
These Hoffstätter pins are among the most desirable, and this is a fine example.
Excellent Plus. $495.00
STICKPINS #38573C Italian Fascist Stickpin
This Italian Fascist Stickpin is in the shape of a “D”. In the center is the bundle of axe handles that make up the fasces symbol, set on red enamel. Around the insignia is the number “234” and “Luglio 1937 XV”.
The reverse of the pin in unmarked.
An interesting Italian Fascist piece here.
STICKPINS #38548C RLB Stickpin
The reverse of the pin is marked “H. AURICH DRESDEN”.
A nice RLB item here.
Excellent Plus. $50.00
STICKPINS #38133 25 DGV Stickpin
I do not know what these initials stand for, but the pin is a quality example about the size of a US dime. It has what appear to be castle turrets at the top of the pin, and below this is the number “25”. Further down we see “D”, “G” and “V”. The border of the pin is a wreath of oak leaves.
The reverse of the stickpin is marked “Lauer Nürnberg” and "900". The shank of the mounting pin has very crisp serrations.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $75.00
STICKPINS #38046C Silver/Enamel SS Stickpin
This SS Stickpin is an extremely desirable example, being of silver with a beautiful enamel finish. The pin has the normal serrations, and a jeweler-engraved SS serial number, “3360”, can be seen on the reverse of the button.
This serial number was that of SS Obersturmführer Anton Wild of the 32st SS Standarte. The pin comes with a copy of the 1938 SS Dienstalterliste were Wild's record can be seen.
The reverse of the stickpin is stamped with the name of the famous Party silversmiths, “GAHR, MÜNCHEN”. Gahr stickpins are rare and desirable, and one with a SS serial number is even moreso. These pieces are always in demand with advanced SS collectors.
Near Mint. $2,995.00
STICKPINS #37777 Postal Stickpin
I do not recall having a Postal Stickpin before, so I think it may be rather rare. It features the Postal Eagle with swastika and with lightning bolts through the talons. The eagles is completely gilded.
The stickpin has serrations in the shank to hold it securely. It is unmarked.
A great item here to display with a nice Postal Dagger.
STICKPINS #37851C SS FM Stickpin
This SS FM Stickpin was for SS members who gave donations to the organization. The pin has a fine black enamel surface with a silver mobile swastika. A set of black SS runes is superimposed over the center of the swastika. On either side of pin are the initials “F” and “M”.
The reverse of the pin has the owner's serial number, “47598”. Additionally it is marked “Ges Gesch” and the “Deschler, München”.
A fine example of a rarely seen pin.
Excellent Plus. $650.00
STICKPINS #37223 Swastika Lapel Pin
A neat little NSDAP pin here.
STICKPINS #37224 Swastika Lapel Pin
There is a pin soldered to the reverse. This pin shows a lot of bending, a good indication that this pin was worn quite frequently in its heyday.
STICKPINS #37222 Swastika Lapel Pin
Soldered to the reverse of the swastika is a standard stick pin. This pin shows some bending but is still sound.
This Veteran's Stickpin has the enameled Veteran’s Shield which features the Veteran’s black memorial, set starkly on a white background. The memorial sits over a black, white and red shield. This particular example is not marked on the reverse. The pin has serrations visible in the surfaces.
Excellent Plus. $35.00
This Bomb Stickpin could possibly be from the Imperial time, as it features a gray, rather conventional looking iron bomb. The reverse has a stickpin attached and there are some numerals marked below it. The bomb is finished in a flat grey metallic. We assume that a bombardier would have worn this stickpin.
Excellent Plus. $35.00
This stickpin is a round gilded type which has borders of oak leafing. At the top is a circle with the number, "40", inside. In the center of the gilded circle is an applied replica of the Imperial Iron Cross. The gilding is perfect across this medallion. The pin has the usual serrated surfaces.
Excellent Plus. $60.00
STICKPINS #36710C Special SS FM Stickpin
This stickpin apparently was awarded to individuals who donated large sums of money to the SS organization. It is an oval shape, with a black enamel center and silver highlights. The edges have a beaded look to them, and there are three sets of oak leaves at either end of the oval center. The enamel throughout this pin is intact but does show some minor scratches.
There is a ribboned dedication around the top and bottom of the pin, being in silver on black enamel. It reads, “DANK DER SS FÜR TREUE HILFE i. d. KAMPFZEIT” or, roughly, “Thanks to SS for faithful help in the time of battle”.
The reverse of the badge is marked with the recipient's number, “52296”. In a triangular shape inset with the initials, “DuSM”. Opposite this is the the patent/trademarking “Ges. Gesch”, an abbreviation of gesetzlich geschützt, or “protected by law” in English. At the bottom can be seen the marking “SILBER”, or silver, and “935”.
A fine example of a rarely seen pin here.
STICKPINS #35830 DRL Badge Stickpin
This DRL Badge Stickpin is of a very fine, all-bronze construction. It is an exact duplicate of the standard DRL Badge, featuring the open ovalwreath of oak leaves, and with a mobile swastika at the lower portion. In the center area of this piece are the initials of the sports organization, “DRL”. The matching brass pin has the serrations in the center area of the pin shank. While DRL Badges might be fairly common, this stickpin is quite a bit harder to find; an excellent match for your collection of DRL Badges.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $75.00
This Wehrmachtgefolge Stickpin was worn by civilians who worked in organizations that supported the German Wehrmacht during World War II. This stickpin is about 1-1/2 inch in diameter, and has a fine, dark patina. It features a highly detailed eagle head perched between the letters "W" and "G". Tucked beneath these intials is a tiny swastika. It is maker marked by the C.E. Juncker company of Berlin.
Excellent Plus. $195.00
This beautiful silvered stickpin is in the shape of a Combat Infantry Badge. The detail is outstanding throughout, showing the open wreath with Wehrmacht Eagle and swastika at the top, and K98 rifle with bayonet and sling positioned at a 45-degree angle across the wreath. There are no markings on the reverse of this silvered badge, but the pin does have serrations. A nice example here.
Near Mint. $95.00
This set of four veteran related stickpins includes the first example being an enameled veteran’s shield, the second type with black swastika in an Iron Cross positioned over a wreath with a black enameled “40” numeral at the bottom. This pin is marked, “Ges. Gesch.” on the reverse. The enameling to the obverse is in perfect condition. The second stickpin is the standard shield shaped style which depicts the veteran’s memorial in black over a shield of Germany’s colors being black, white and red. The background is white and the images are outlined in gilt. This shield is marked on the reverse, “Ges. Gesch.”. The third stickpin depicts a round wreath of oak leaves which is pierced. In the center area is the veteran’s memorial having a swastika over the base. Beneath the swastika is a set of crossed rifles. This pin is gilded and the swastika is black for contrast. The reverse is not marked. A nice looking pin here. The fourth pin is also a round circle of oak leaves and in the center is a shield shaped enamel badge depicting the veteran’s memorial. The memorial has a target around the upper area and below are the national colors of black, white and red. Above the shield is some green oak leaves. This is all done in enamel and is quite nice. The reverse of the badge has the pin broken off but the pin is included so if you are handy with a soldering iron this should not be a problem.
This RAD Member's Stickpin would have been worn in the member’s lapel while wearing civilian clothes. It features an oval disk which is covered with enamel. The enamel features a red border having border lines of silver. In the center is white enamel with a silver and black RAD shovel positioned over two wheat shafts. The shovel has a silver mobile swastika at the top of it. The reverse of the badge has the RAD triangle as well as the maker’s initials, “P & L”. There was a patent pending on this design as also raised out is, “Ges. Gesch.”.
This NSBO Stickpin has a fine silver plated surface. It is constructed in the image of the NSBO logo, which is a quarter of a gear wheel, complete with an arm and fist holding a hammer. A detailed mobile swastike completes the design. On the reverse of the pin, it is marked “Ges. Gesch.”.
The stickpin portion has many delicate serrations. A good looking NSBO Stickpin here!
Near Mint. $75.00
This silver stickpin is a rarely seen item and is in extremely nice condition. The pin is a miniature of an imperial pilot’s badge being an oval shape having a wreath of oak leaves around the borders and an imperial crown with finials and cross at the top. The center are displays a World War I style airplane over farmland. The pin section has serrations on it and there is also a small catch which holds it in place. This pin would have been worn on the civilian suit of an imperial flyer. This is the first example of this nature I have seen and I assume this would be quite rare. A nice item here that you can wear yourself to the local military meeting or to a show.
This Infantry Assault Stick Pin displays an exact duplicate of the Infantry Assault Badge. The pin is open with an oval having a wreath of oak leaves and a Wehrmacht eagle and swastika at the top. Across the open oval on a 45 degree angle is a K98 rifle with sling having fixed bayonet. There are no markings on the reverse of this pin. The pin has the serrated surface to keep it in place on the wearer’s lapel. A great stick pin to display with an infantry assault full size badge.
Excellent Plus, Plus. $75.00