Der Rittmeister Militaria, LLC. Imperial German Merchandise: Stickpins & Imperial stickpins.      Updated on 8 February 2017.     Contact us @:kgreenfield@derrittmeister.com

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14-405 XDG FLIEGERTRUPPEN STICKPIN - BAVARIA. This is a consignment item. It is a stickpin that commemorates time in the Imperial German Air Service. The stickpin has a blue enamel center with a gold-winged propeller. The enamel center is surrounded by a silver wreath and topped by a Bavarian Crown. It comes with a knurled pin. The badge’s reverse displays an .990 silver hallmark. $425.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-139 HAMBURG FIELD CROSS STICKPIN. The Hamburg Field Cross was a post WW I veterans’ award. It shows a soldier marching home from the war carrying his gear, except for his Mauser rifle. We are offering a stickpin of the decoration. It is a smaller miniature with enamel arms. It is in very fine condition, overall. $75.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-10 VETERAN GROUP STICKPIN. This is a very high-quality stickpin for a veteran’s group. It celebrates ten years of participation in the group. The stickpin is quite elaborate, colorful, and well made. It is quite large for a stickpin. $95.00. . . .

 

 

 

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28-126 STICKPIN - HAMBURG FIELD BADGE. This is a fine Hamburg Field Badge stickpin. The decoration was awarded in the 1930's to Hamburg and other states’ WW I veterans. The miniature on the stickpin exhibits a German soldier who is marching home after the war’s end. The cross’s enameled arms are in fine shape, as is the rest of the stickpin. $95.00

 

 

 

 

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28-154 PATRIOTIC INFANTERIE-REGIMENT Nr 15 STICKPIN. This is a patriotic stickpin for Infanterie-Regiment Prinz Friedrich der Niederlande (2. Westfälisches) Nr 15. The Regiment was raised in 1813 and garrisoned at Minden. It was attached to the XVII Armeekorps. Its central motif is an enlisted man/NCO’s shoulder strap from that regiment. The shoulder strap is blue with red numerals. The gold-trimmed strap is centered within a golden laurel leaf wreath. A pin is attached on the reverse. [Please note the elegant walking stick from this same regiment that we are offering on our FIELDGEAR MERCHANDISE PAGE (click here to see). Believe it or not, each piece came to us separately – quite a coincidence]! $60.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-142 WEIMAR REPUBLIC DRL SPORTS BADGE STICKPIN. This is a DRL Sports Badge from the 1920's during the Weimar Republic. The stickpin is bronze-colored and in top condition. It has a manufacturer’s hallmark on the reverse. $50.00

 


 

 

 

 

 

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28-143 BLACK ARMY WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This is a very fine example of a Black Army Wound Badge stickpin. The badge’s finish is perfect and the pin is knurled. $50.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-144 GOLD NAVY WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This is the first-class or Gold Navy Wound Badge stickpin. The badge is well-struck and in near mint condition. The pin is knurled. $125.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-132 KAISER WILHELM II CROWNED CYPHER STICKPIN. This is an interesting patriotic stickpin that bears Kaiser Wilhelm II’s crowned royal cypher. It appears to be a Husaren-Regiment Attila's concave, silver-toned rosette button to which Kaiser Wilhelm II’s crowned cypher has been attached. It is NOT the actual button, just something that looks like it. It is very well made. Its pin is knurled. It sports a striking frosted silver finish.  $95.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-91 STICKPIN FEATURING BUSBY AND SÄBELTASCHE. This is a really great item for those of you who are generally interested in cavalry, and particularly in Husaren material. It is probably a veteran’s stickpin from a Prussian Husaren-Regiment. Often when a man retired from active army duty, he looked for ways to display his patriotism and former service. Here we have an oversized stickpin that measures 1/4" in diameter. The stickpin displays three different enamel colors: red, white, and black. It features a busby, complete with parade bush and feldzeichen (field badge), as well as a säbeltasche directly below it. The latter is clearly Prussian (You cannot see enough detail to determine that from the busby’s wappen). A sword extends through the busby and säbeltasche. The entire arrangement is quite handsome. A fine, knurled pin is attached that allowed the veteran to place it through his tie when he was wearing a suit. The manufacturer did a good job of presenting this arrangement in a limited space. $95.00

 

 

 

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28-129 ARTILLERY STICK PIN. This stick pin is exquisitely made. The pin is knurled. A pair of crossed cannons (tubes only) is mounted on a wreath at its top. The item came to me among a number of Bavarian Badges. That said, the crown looks more Austrian to me. $35.00

 

 

 

 

 

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28-75 STICKPIN - HINDENBURG CROSS FOR COMBATANT. This is the stickpin for the Hindenburg Cross for Combatant. It is similar in appearance to the Non Combatants, except for the addition of the swords. The badge on the pin is slightly loose. Other than this small fault, it is in excellent condition. $45.00 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-119 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This is a three-place stickpin. From left to right we see the 1914 Iron Cross, Hindenburg Cross with Swords for Combatants, and a Long-Service Award. $35.00

 

 

 

 

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28-124 STAHLHELM STICK PIN. This is a veteran’s organization stickpin in the shape of a stahlhelm. It is gilt. The helmet’s side says "Kriegs-Jahre 1914-1918." The stickpin is very fine condition. $60.00

 

 

 

 

 

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28-85 STICKPIN - JÄGER zu PFERDE. This stickpin is silver-toned. It depicts a Jäger zu Pferde helmet in profile. It is very well made. It features a finely made, knurled pin. $85.00  

 

 

 

 

 

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28-92 PIONIER VETERAN GROUP STICKPIN - ALTOONA. This is a unique stickpin for a Pionier Veteran’s group from Altoona. Altoona is today a Hamburg suburb. $40.00  

 

 

 

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28-93 STICKPIN - STAHLHELM BUND - HAMBURG 1928. This is an oversized stickpin for the Hamburg Stahlhelm Bund in 1928. $40.00  

 

 

 

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28-86 ARMY BLACK WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This is an oversized stickpin for a Black Army Wound Badge. It is far larger than most stickpins of this nature. It has excellent detail, and even has a knurled pin. $50.00  

 

 

 

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28-120 PATRIOTIC IRON CROSS STICKPIN. This is a patriotic Iron Cross stickpin. It has a circular device attached to the pin, which measures 14/16" in diameter. On the device is printed an Iron Cross that has the dates 1813 and 1914 with "Mit Gott."$50.00

 

 

 

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28-127 VETERANS’ ASSOCIATION STICKPIN - INFANTERIE-REGIMENT Nr 75. This is a stickpin for Reserve-Infanterie-Regiment Nr 75's veterans’ association. It is silver-toned and rather large. It has a circular device that measures 3/4" in diameter and is attached to a long knurled pin. The pin measures 2 1/4" from the circular device’s point of attachment to the tip of the pin. The circular device features an Iron Cross, crossed swords, and a "75." $35.00

 

 

 

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28-121 STICKPIN - 1914 BLACK ARMY WOUND BADGE. This is a larger version of the 1914 Black Army Wound Badge. That is, the badge on the knurled stickpin measures 1/2" in diameter. Larger sizes such as this are always a bit more difficult-to-find. $35.00

 

 

 

 

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28-123 STICKPIN - 1939 IRON CROSS 2nd CLASS - BLACK ARMY WOUND BADGE. This is a stickpin for the 1939 Iron Cross 2nd Class and the Black Army Wound Badge. The two

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28-66 STICKPIN - TAUBE AIRPLANE. This is a finely-detailed stickpin featuring a Taube. It was a single-wing airplane used very early in the war. $50.00

 

 

 

 

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28-88 THREE-PLACE STICK PIN. This is a three-place stickpin. From left to right, we see: the 1914 Iron Cross, the Hanseatic Cross from Hamburg, and the Hindenburg Cross with Swords for Combatants. Both the Iron Cross and the Hanseatic Cross from Hamburg have enamel surfaces. The pin is knurled. $70.00  

 

 

 

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28-73 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This is a three-place stickpin. It features from left to right: the 1914 Iron Cross, the Hanseatic Cross from Hamburg, and the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants. Its overall condition is very fine. $75.00 

 

 

 

 

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28-145 KRIEGSFLAGGE STICKPINS. These kriegsflagge stickpins have proven to be very popular.  I am able to offer these for $10.00 each or three for $25.00.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-102 STICKPIN- HORSESHOE. This is a fetching stickpin in the shape of a horseshoe. The horseshoe is made of black enamel. It has suffered a small chip. $75.00

 

 

 

 

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28-150 FOUR-PLACE STICKPIN. This is a really great combination. It features, from left to right: the 1914 Iron Cross, Hanseatic Cross from Hamburg, the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, and the Army Black Wound Badge. This is a very high-quality stickpin. All three of the first decorations are enameled. The miniature of the Hanseatic Cross from Hamburg is something that I have not seen before. This is a very pleasing stickpin. $85.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-149 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This is a very well-made, three-place stickpin. From left to right we have: the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class, the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, and the Silver Army Wound Badge. The entire representation is very vibrant and in excellent condition. $75.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-133 B.D.M.A. STICKPIN. This is a stickpin for an organization that I am unable to identify. It measures 2 ½" in length. The stickpin’s center is enameled in red, black, and white, Germany’s national colors. Over that is a gold, Hohenzollern Eagle. All of this is contained within a gilt-toned wreath topped with a Hohenzollern Crown. Directly under the Hohenzollern Crown are the initials, "B.D.M.A." I am unfamiliar with what organization or group this represents. [If any of our readers can help out with an identification, we would gladly add it to the description]. $35.00 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-134 STICKPIN FOR BAVARIAN RESERVE-INFANTRY-REGIMENT Nr 23. This is a silver-toned stickpin for Reserve-Infantry-Regiment Nr 23 from the Kingdom of Bavaria. Its identification appears at the badge’s top, with a shield containing a "23" below it. Below that we see another indication that the regiment was attached to the Bavarian Reserve-Division. $35.00  
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-135 STICKPIN FEATURING CROWN. This is a gilt-toned stickpin that displays a crown. The crown is of the type used by Bavaria. In looking at its reverse, we see that the crown was stamped in a fashion similar to a wound badge. This was not a gift from royalty, but rather a patriotic item that could have been worn on a tie or other garment. $35.00 
 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-151 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. Stickpins having two or three medals at the top are seen occasionally. They were used with or without a medal bar for a veteran while wearing a business suit. This is a handsome example of this type of stickpin. It features, from left to right: the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, the Military Merit Cross 3rd Class with Crown and Swords from Bavaria, and the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants. This stickpin has an unusual locking device at the base of the pin. Besides being a security device to keep the stickpin from falling off a garment, the lock gives the stickpin a rather unusual look. This is an attractive example. $95.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-77 KRAFTFAHR STICKPIN. This is a stickpin from a Kraftfahr-Regiment. It features a wonderful view of a period automobile. It is in very fine condition. $295.00 

 

 

 

 

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28-68 1914 IRON CROSSES 1st & 2nd CLASS STICKPIN. This stickpin has miniature Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class mounted to the pin. Both have enamel, are highly-detailed, and in excellent condition. $50.00  dsFeb2017

 

 

 

 

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28-67 STICKPIN SALUTING GENERALFELDMARSCHALL PAUL von HINDENBURG. This is a wartime stickpin exhibiting an oval photo of Generalfeldmarschall, and later Weimar Republic President, Paul von Hindenburg. Below the small photo is a horizontal, red, black, and white ribbon representing Germany’s national colors. $45.00    

 

 

 

 

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21-110 GILT COMMEMORATIVE NAVY AIRSHIP BADGE STICKPIN. This is a very high-quality miniature was mounted onto a pin. This was then used by a veteran. This is gilt on silver. Its superiority and attention to detail are quite striking for such a small item. As is correct for a full-sized Commemorative Navy Airship Badge, it sports a Hohenzollern Crown. This example is quite unusual due to its gilt finish. While all other naval flight badges were gilt-toned, the Navy Commemorative Airship Badge was silver like its Army counterpart. A half moon and crown, along with the silver content (.800) are marked on the reverse. It is a lovely miniature. $325.00

 

 

 

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11-447 PRUSSIAN ARMY PILOT’S BADGE - STICKPIN. This is an interesting example of the Prussian Army Pilot’s Badge stickpin. The badge is a smaller version than we usually see. The detail is amazingly strong, even with the smaller size. The stickpin’s badge measures a diminutive 1/2" x 1/2." The pin is knurled, as is typical the era’s stickpins. $125.00

 

 

 

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28-60 STICKPIN FOR THE ARMY SILVER WOULD BADGE. This is an oversized version of the Army Silver Wound Badge. It is very well manufactured and has excellent paint. Buy with the example below and get the pair for a special price of $80.00 or $50.00 for this piece alone. 

 

 

 

 

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28-61 STICKPIN FOR THE ARMY SILVER WOUND BADGE. This is a smaller version of the stickpin for the Army Silver Wound Badge. Buy with the example above and get the pair for a special price of $80.00 or $45.00 for this piece alone 

 

 

 

 

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28-56 STICKPIN FOR INFANTRY-REGIMENT Nr 139 - SAXONY. This is a stickpin that features a re-creation of an enlisted man’s shoulder strap from Königl. Sächs 11 Infantry-Regiment Nr 139. This regiment was formed in 1887, and based at Böbeln. Before the war began in August 1914, the regiment was assigned to the XIX. Armeekorps. The stickpin shows some age and wear to the obverse. It is still a fine presentation of one of the later-formed Saxon infantry regiments. $55.00

 

 

 

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29-07 TWO-PLACE VETERANS STICKPIN. This is a two-place stickpin for a veteran. It features the Black Army Wound Badge and the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants. It is rather unusual not to have an Iron Cross as a part of this presentation. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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28-147 VETERAN'S STICKPIN.  This is a rather unusual veteran’s stickpin. It bears the photo of a member of royalty (whom I cannot identify), who was a general. Under his photo is the word "Infantrie" for a man who served in an infantry regiment. Below that is a medallion with a likeness of Kaiser Wilhelm II. The flag on the left shows the colors gold, green and white, which might indicate some relation to Saxony or one of the Saxon duchies. I am not sure of this, however. As always, I welcome any input from my sharp-eyed readers! $55.00 . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-04 HINDENBURG CROSS WITH SWORDS FOR COMBATANTS STICKPIN. This stickpin is a miniature of the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants. It has a knurled pin and is in excellent condition. $50.00 . . .


 

 

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28-63 CENTENNIAL STICKPIN - OTTO von BISMARCK. This stickpin commemorates the 100th anniversary of Otto von Bismarck, the Iron Chancellor. This stickpin is circular. It depicts a profile of von Bismarck and the dates 1815-1915. It is top-quality and in first-rate condition. $50.00

 

 

 

 

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28-64 STICKPIN - ARTILLERIE-REGIMENT Nr 40. This is a veteran’s stickpin for a man from Altmärkisches Feldartillerie-Regiment Nr 40. This was one of the last of the Prussian artillery regiments raised before WW I began. It was still considered one of the "old-line" artillery regiments. Raised in 1899 and garrisoned at Burg, it was assigned to the IV. Armeekorps. The stickpin is gilt. It depicts the flaming bomb that denotes artillery and the number "40." It is in excellent condition, with a fine, knurled pin. $55.00

 

 

 

 

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28-80 1914 IRON CROSS AND BLACK ARMY WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This is a two-place stickpin featuring miniatures of the 1914 Iron Cross and the Black Army Wound Badge. $30.00  

 

 

 

 

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28-27 FOUR PLACE STICKPIN. This stickpin is one of the larger varieties. It shows four different awards on it. From left to right, it exhibits: the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, the 1914 Braunschweig War Service Cross 2nd Class, the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, and the Army Wound Badge in Black. The Iron Cross is enameled. The Army Black Wound Badge is missing some paint. $65.00. . .

 

 

 

 

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28-28 THREE PLACE STICKPIN. This stickpin has three places on it. It displays a 1914 Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class along with a Hindenburg Cross. It makes a very attractive stickpin. $50.00. . .

 

 

 

 

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28-146 PATRIOTIC STICKPIN. This is an unusual stickpin. It sports the national colors of Germany (red, black and white) in horizontal stripes on a button. It is rather charming in its simplicity. $20.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-45 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This fine three-place stickpin features the 1914 Iron Cross, the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, and the 1914 Army Black Wound Badge. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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28-153 PATRIOTIC STICKPIN. I have seen some unusual stickpins in my time, but this one would certainly be in the top five, regardless of price. There is a photograph of a royal personage, whom I believe is King Ludwig III of Bavaria. Below that is the word "Frei," which translates to "free." Now, for the unusual part. Attached to the frame, holding the above-described arrangement, is what I can best describe as a mini bayonet portépée. The larger part of it is white, but then we can see some blue and red for trim. I cannot say that I have ever seen this before. $45.00. . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-152 BLACK ARMY WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This is the larger variation of the Black Army Wound Badge on a stickpin. This is about 50% larger than other examples that you see. The detail and condition are quite attractive for a miniature such as this. $50.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-15 SILVER WOUND BADGE STICKPIN. This stickpin is for the 2nd Class or Silver grade of the Army Wound Badge. It is on a very long knurled pin. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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28-148 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This well-made three-place stickpin features enameled 1914 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd class, along with a non enameled representation of the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants. $65.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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28-20 THREE-PLACE STICKPIN. This is WW II three-place stick pin which bears the 1939 Iron Cross 1st and 2nd Class along with the 1939 Silver Wound Badge. It is in excellent condition. $50.00

 

 

 

 

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28-30 FOUR PLACE STICKPIN. This stickpin has four places. From left to right, we have: the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, and the Austrian and Hungarian WW I Service Medals. The latter were issued in the same manner as the Hindenburg Cross. The EK 2 has an enamel facing that shows some signs of cracking. $45.00.

 

 

 

 

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28-31 THREE PLACE STICKPIN. This is a three-place stickpin. It features, from left to right: the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, a Third Reich decoration with swastika (which I can not identify) and a Black Army Wound Badge. It is in very fine condition. $45.00. .

 

 

 

 

 

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28-32 TWO PLACE STICKPIN. This is a two-place stickpin for the 1939 Iron Cross 2nd Class and the 1939 Gold Wound Badge. Attempts have been made to remove the swastikas on both pieces. They still remain, although a little worse for the effort. $40.00. .

 

 

 

 

 

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28-25 THREE PLACE STICKPIN. This is a three-place stickpin features the 1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class, the Hindenburg Cross for Combatants, and the Black Army Wound Badge. The trio of badges is in very fine condition. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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28-48 1914 IRON CROSSES 1st AND 2nd CLASS STICKPIN. This is a two-place stickpin for the 1914 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. Both are in fine condition. $50.00 . . .

 

 

 

 

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28-49 1939 IRON CROSSES 1st AND 2nd CLASS STICKPIN. This is a two-place stickpin for the 1939 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. They are in fine condition. $40.00 . . .

 

 

 

 

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28-52 TWO PLACE 1914 IRON CROSS 1st AND 2nd CLASS STICKPIN. This stickpin has two places. It shows the 1914 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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28-53 TWO PLACE 1939 IRON CROSS 1st AND 2nd CLASS STICKPIN. This two-place stickpin exhibits the 1939 Iron Crosses 1st and 2nd Class. $50.00 . .

 

 

 

 

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Postcards Nr 44:Kaiserliche Marine & All Navy-Related.

Postcards Nr 45:Other Imperial German/Central  & Allied Powers Royalty and Nobility

Ranglistes: Imperial German Army/Navy & Imperial German References on CD

Royalty & Nobility (German): Personalities, Swords/Daggers/ Portraits, Memorabilia

Shoulder Boards

Signed Photos/Documents/Autographs from German Military/Nobility/Royalty

 

Stickpins

Swords/Daggers/Edged Weapons & Accessories

Table Medals

Uniforms & Related Accessories

Vivat Ribbons

Wooden Display Products (Helmet & Visor Stands)

Zeppelin & Balloon Memorabilia

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