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  • ANHALT - PICKELHAUBE / SPIKED HELMET - RESERVE OFFICER - INFANTRY-REGIMENT NR 93

    ANHALT – PICKELHAUBE / SPIKED HELMET – RESERVE OFFICER – INFANTRY-REGIMENT NR 93

    SKU: 04-832

    $4,495.00

    Reserve officer pickelhaube from Anhaltisches Infantry-Regiment Nr 93. This regiment was raised in 1807 and was garrisoned at Dessau and Zerbst. It was assigned to the IV. Armeekorps. The overall condition of the leather body of this spiked helmet is quite pleasing with light blemishes. The wappen and coat of arms for Anhalt, is brass and has bright fire gilding. Below the Anhalt coat of arms, we see a silver reserve officer cross. The chin scales, base, officer stars, base, pearl ring, and spike are all brass. The final detail to the exterior include the Saxon pattern Anhalt state kokarde in green which we see in the ribbons for decorations from this state and the Reich kokarde. I personally favor this pattern kokarde over the much simpler Prussian pattern…..      

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    ANHALT – PICKELHAUBE – OFFICER  – INFANTERIE-REGIMENT NR 93

    SKU: 04-766 XKGJT

    $6,995.00 $5,395.50

    It has been some time since we have had the pleasure of offering a pickelhaube from the very small Duchy of Anhalt, Saxony’s neighbor. In 1900, the population of Anhalt was 271,963. Its capital was located in Dessau. Its final reigning Duke was Friedrich II, who ruled from 1904-1918. Anhaltisches Infanterie-Regiment Nr 93 was founded in 1807 during the Napoleonic Wars. Bataillone Nrs 1 and 3 were garrisoned in Dessau, while Bataillon Nr 2 was based at Zerbst. The regiment was assigned to the IV. Armeekorps……  

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  • ANHALT – FREDRICH CROSS – 1914 – 2ND CLASS

    SKU: 05-1785

    $165.00

    Anhalt was a small principality ruled by Prince Friedrich, with an 1890 population of 271,000, so small that it fielded a single Infantry Regiment. With WW I’s outbreak and Kaiser Wilhelm’s re-institution of the Iron Cross in 1914, many other states, including Anhalt, brought forward their own versions….

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  • ANHALT – ONE-HUNDRED-YEAR JUBILEE BADGE – INFANTERIE-REGIMENT Nr 93

    SKU: 01-687

    $175.00

    This is a one-hundred-year anniversary badge that commemorates Anhaltisches Infanterie-Regiment Nr 93. The regiment was founded in 1807. Bataillon Nr 1 and Bataillon Nr 3 were garrisoned at Dessau, while Bataillon Nr 2 was garrisoned at Zerbst. The regiment was attached to the IV. ArmeeKorps. The badge is very well made. It is gilt-toned and measures 2″ x 1 3/4.” It features the Duke of Anhalt’s cypher. The cypher is surrounded by oak leaves and displays a crown at the top. At the badge’s top is a magenta, green, and white ribbon. It is a pinback badge, whose sturdy pin runs vertically down the badge.

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  • ANHALT - WAPPEN -  FLÜGELADJUTANT

    ANHALT – WAPPEN –  FLÜGELADJUTANT

    SKU: 04-836

    $1,395.00

    Flügeladjutants were officers who were assigned to the staff of a king, duke, prince, or a senior commander to serve as an Administrative or Executive Assistant. (The German translation of Flügel is “wing.”) The Flügel Adjutant was a special assistant or aide to the German rulers at all levels (Kingdom, Grand Duchy, Duchy, Principality or etc.) and served at all ranks from General Officer on-down. They often came from the nobility.)For parades, senior staff officers in the War Ministry, Military Cabinet, the General Staff, the Greater General Staff, War Ministry.From 1888 to 24 Jan 1904, the helmet plate for the AdC to the Prince (Flügel Adjutant) of Anhalt was based on the Guard Eagle with “FUERST” in place of the “KOENIG” on the motto banner….    

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  • ANHALT - FRIEDRICH CROSS - 1st CLASS

    ANHALT – FRIEDRICH CROSS – 1st CLASS

    SKU: 05-1758

    $550.00

    This is the Friedrich Cross 1st Class from Anhalt. It is bronze toned and was considered the equivalent of the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class. It was awarded in small numbers after WW I….  

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    POSTCARD – GROSSHERZOGIN ELISABETH – MECKLENBURG-STRELITZ

    SKU: 45-233

    $15.00

    Princess Elisabeth of Anhalt (1857-1933) married Adolf V of Mecklenburg-Strelitz in 1900. She remained the Grand Duchess until 1914, when her husband died. Her son Adolf VI assumed the throne in 1914 and killed himself in 1918. The postcard was not mailed.

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    FLOTTENBUND DEUTSCHER FRAUEN E. V. – ORTSGRUPPE DESSAU COLOR POSTCARD

    SKU: 44-176

    $20.00

    This is a color postcard that comes from a painting. It shows several British ships involved in a naval action along with the German ship S. M. S. Königin Luise. Explosions are going off in the water, and the ship in the foreground has been hit. The postcard is sponsored by the Erbprinzessin (Hereditary Princess) Leopold von Anhalt. The painting was done by Professor Hans Rudolf Schulze. A message is written on the reverse dated 8 December 1915.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM – SON – PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH

    SKU: 38-2344

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. Her son appears to be at least one year old.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM – SON – PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH

    SKU: 38-2343

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The baby looks as though he is in his christening gown.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM – SON – PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH

    SKU: 38-2342

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The little prince looks adorable in his frilly baby’s dress. The postcard’s reverse has two newspaper clippings attached to it. One shows Joachim with his young son, who is either three or four-years-old. Its caption reads “Letzte Aufnahme des Prinzen Joachim von Preußen, der sich das Leben nahm, mit seinem Sohne” (Last photo of Prince Joachim of Prussia, who took his own life, with his son). The second clipping is a head shot of Marie Auguste, with the caption “Prinzessin Joachim von Preußen hat sich unlängst mit dem Ritterguts-besitzer Bienert verheiratet” (Princess Joachim of Prussia has recently married the noble estate owner Bienert). [We have been unable to translate Bienert]. Someone has written the year “1925” on this clipping, as well as identifying her as “witwe” (widow) and something else we cannot decipher.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM – SON – PRINZ KARL FRANZ JOSEPH

    SKU: 38-2341

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She is holding the son, Prinz Karl Franz Joseph, she bore Joachim before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The little prince looks adorable in his frilly baby’s dress.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ JOACHIM – WIFE PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE

    SKU: 38-2457

    $15.00

    This postcard is of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) and his wife, Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) youngest son.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ JOACHIM – WIFE PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE

    SKU: 38-2456

    $15.00

    This postcard is of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) and his wife, Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s (1859-1941) youngest son.

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  • POSTCARD – PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE – ANHALT – PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE

    SKU: 38-2455

    $15.00

    This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916.

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  • POSTCARD – PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE – ANHALT – PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE

    SKU: 38-2453

    $15.00

    This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916.

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    PRINCESS MARIE AUGUSTE – ANHALT – PRINCE JOACHIM’S WIFE

    SKU: 38-2452

    $15.00

    This postcard is of Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt. She was married to Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son(1859-1941). The postcard was mailed in 1916.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2340

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is wearing a high-necked, long-sleeved, embroidered lace blouse beneath a low-cut silk or satin pinafore. She is holding her ermine stole and wearing her feather-topped picture hat.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2339

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is wearing a high-necked, long-sleeved, embroidered lace blouse beneath a low-cut silk or satin pinafore. She is holding her ermine stole and wearing her feather-topped picture hat.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2338

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. She is seated in a close-in, three-quartered pose, still wearing her elaborately flower-embroidered coat with ruched edging around the collar and cuffs. Her ermine muff is just visible in the postcard’s lower left corner.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2337

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. In this shot she is standing in a coat with flower-embroidered cuffs and an ermine stole. Her hands are inside the matching ermine muff, and she sports her stylish feathered chapeau.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2336

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. The pose finds her seated facing the camera. She is wearing a ruffled, lacy dress and a stylish feathered hat. Her white fur muff is in her lap.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN JOACHIM

    SKU: 38-2335

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Princess Marie Auguste (1898-1983) of Anhalt, the wife of Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. She bore Joachim one son before their divorce and his suicide in 1920. In the photograph she is seated at a table that holds a pair of white evening gloves, pensively staring off-camera.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZESSIN MARIE-AUGUSTE – PRINZ JOACHIM von PREUßEN’S WIFE

    SKU: 38-1286

    $15.00

    This postcard shows Prinzessin Marie-Auguste of Anhalt (1898-1983). Her husband was Prinz Joachim (1890-1920), Kaiser Wilhelm II’s sixth and youngest son. Prinz Joachim could not reconcile himself with the monarchy’s end. First, his marriage collapsed into divorce. Then, in 1920, he committed suicide. He was only twenty-nine. This postcard of Marie-Auguste is from a (hopefully) happier time before the Empire fell.

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    POSTCARD – PRINZ JOACHIM – BRIDE – PRUSSIA

    SKU: 38-2434

    $15.00

    Prinz Joachim of Prussia was the youngest of Kaiser Wilhelm II’s six sons. He is seen here with his wife, Princess Marie-Auguste of Anhalt. She later divorced him. Shortly thereafter, in 1920, Joachim killed himself.

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    POSTCARD PRINZ JOACHIM – PRUSSIA AND WIFE PRINZESSIN MARIE AUGUSTE – ANHALT

    SKU: 38-910

    $20.00

    This is a postcard showing Prinz Joachim (1890-1920) of Prussia, along with his wife, Prinzessin Marie Auguste of Anhalt. Joachim was Kaiser Wilhelm II’s youngest son. He is seen in a feldgrau overcoat. Joachim committed suicide in 1920, after his father’s abdication in 1918 and his own divorce.

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  • ANHALT – TRUE SERVICE MEDAL – 50-YEAR – SILVER

    SKU: 05-1761

    $325.00

    This is a beautifully patinaed circular civil decoration for 50 years of true and faithful service to the state of Anhalt….  

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  • ANHALT – FRIEDRICH CROSS – 1914 – 2nd CLASS

    SKU: 05-1775

    $185.00

    This is the Duchy of Anhalt’s 1914 Friedrich Cross 2nd Class for Non Combatants……      

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  • ANHALT – FRIEDRICH CROSS – 1914 – 1st CLASS

    SKU: 05-1754

    $625.00

    This is the 1914 Friedrich Cross 1st Class from Anhalt. It is a pin back award that was the equivalent to the 1914 Iron Cross 1st Class……  

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  • PRUSSIA – RANGLISTE – 1895 – ARMY

    SKU: 12-673

    $125.00

    This is the Prussian Army’s 1895 Rangliste. Also listed within the book are the regiments and other units from Württemberg, Baden, Hesse-Darmstadt, Braunschweig, and Anhalt. Units from Saxony and Bavaria do not appear in a Prussian Rangliste because those two kingdoms published their own. The volume measures 7 1/2″ x 5″ x 1,” and weighs 3 pounds and 3 ounces. In addition to the actual field units (from the ArmeeKorps down), it contains a listing of officers who served on the General Staff and at the War Ministry. Some of the leather binding is tattered at the bottom, but the book’s overall condition and its binding’s integrity is excellent. [SALES ON ALL RANGLISTEN ARE FINAL. We do NOT send them out on approval, or for someone to do research and then return them. Please keep this in mind when ordering any rangliste].

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  • PRUSSIA, WÜRTTEMBERG AND OTHER GRAND DUCHIES AND DUCHIES – RANGLISTE – 1904 – ARMY

    SKU: 12-776

    $150.00

    This is the Prussian Army’s 1904 Rangliste, which includes listings for the regiments and other units from Württemberg, Baden, Hesse-Darmstadt, Braunschweig, and Anhalt. Units from Saxony and Bavaria do not appear in a Prussian Rangliste because those two kingdoms published their own. The volume measures 2 ½” x 5 ½,” and weighs 3 pounds and 6 ounces. In addition to the actual field units (from the Armeekorps down), it contains a listing of officers who served on the General Staff and at the War Ministry. The book’s overall condition and its binding’s integrity are both excellent. [SALES ON ALL RANGLISTEN ARE FINAL. We do NOT send them out on approval, or for someone to do research and then return them. Please keep this in mind when ordering any Rangliste].

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  • PRUSSIA – RANGLISTE – 1898 – ARMY RANG-UND-QUARTIER-LISTE

    SKU: 12-785

    $150.00

    Here we have the Prussian Army’s 1898 Rang-Und Quartier-Liste. This is a more complete listing than a pure Rangliste. It is a larger book physically than a Rangliste. Regiments and other units from Württemberg, Baden, Hesse-Darmstadt, Braunschweig, and Anhalt are also listed within the book. [No Saxon or Bavarian units appear in a Prussian Rangliste because each kingdom published its own]. The volume measures 2 ½” x 5 ½” x 8 5/16,” and weighs 3 pounds, 6 ounces. In addition to actual field units (from the Armeekorps down), it contains a listing of officers who served on the General Staff and at the War Ministry. An interesting feature of Ranglisten is their display of officers’ awarded orders and decorations. For example, one can find several senior officers who were awarded the 1870 Iron Cross. Officers who received the Red Eagle Order, the Crown Order, and so on also appear. The book is in excellent condition with a tight, firm binding. The pages’ print quality is excellent, revealing crisp pages that are little changed after more than one-hundred-years of existence. The title page features an unidentified officer’s bold signature. [I do not know if he did this to show it was his personal property, or if the book was a gift to a fellow officer]. [SALES ON ALL RANGLISTEN ARE FINAL. We do NOT send them out on approval, or for someone to do research and then return them. Please keep this in mind when ordering any Rangliste].

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  • LARGE SILVER CUP WITH LEUTNANT der RESERVE HERBERT A. ANGELROTH’S PRUSSIAN PILOT BADGE AND BOUND MILITARY & PERSONAL RESEARCH

    SKU: 14-423

    $1,995.00

    Today we are offering a fine silver cup that measures 5 ½” tall x 2 5/8″ x 1 5/8.” It is a good-sized cup, considerably larger than many we have offered. At any rate, the cup is large enough to display a full-sized Commemorative Prussian Pilot Badge on the side. This was the ONLY cutout Prussian badge. The badge was intended for pilots who were no longer on active duty. It was originally created during WW I when pilots were no longer able to fly due to health issues and/or wounds. Herman Göring appeared in photographs from the early-to-mid 1930’s wearing such a badge (prior to the Luftwaffe’s creation in February 1935). It then became common for officers who were in the Luftwaffe and no longer flew to wear the Commemorative Pilot Badge or the Observer Badge on their tunics. The cup’s reverse features a handwritten inscription comprised of four fellow pilots’ signatures (Kredel, Krogmann, Luchsland, and Weiss). Below the four signatures is another inscription as detailed below. “Dem Angelroth Enkel Jens-Uwe zu seiner Taufe am 7. 1 1962″ (This refers to Arthur Angelroth’s first grandchild, Jens-Uwe Angelroth, and the youngster’s 1 July 1962 baptism date]. The cup’s bottom has sustained two small dents. The number “28272″ is engraved on the cup’s bottom (part of the manufacturer’s identification), along with the .800, the half moon and the Hohenzollern Crown that were part of the Reich’s silver fitness program. [The latter were mandated by Kaiser Wilhelm I in 1885]. The initials…

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  • GERMANY – BADGE – MISCELLANEOUS – 1949

    SKU: 01-644

    $2.00

    This is a badge for someone belonging to local German town group following the Second World War. The group was called the “Community (or Party) of East Defenders” for the “First District Meeting of Gehrden.” Germany has two Gehrdens. One is near Hanover, the other in Saxony-Anhalt.

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