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Reinhard Heydrich | SS General & Security Chief | Fascinating Content.

  • Reinhard Heydrich | SS General & Security Chief | Fascinating Content.

    Reinhard Heydrich | SS General & Security Chief | Fascinating Content. ... more


  • Luftwaffe Generals Mess Jacket.

    Luftwaffe Generals Mess Jacket. ... more


  • TeNo Hewer | Museum Quality | Fascinating Provenance.

    TeNo Hewer | Museum Quality | Fascinating Provenance. ... more



 

German Medals & Militaria

 

June 2018  Highlights

 

 

As with our April, and May highlights, we continue with an important Reinhard Heydrich document. Within this document, Heydrich discusses Communists in Prag. Our next highlight is a stunning Luftwaffe Generals Mess Jacket, one of just a few known to exist. Lastly, one of the finest examples of a TeNo Hewer with great provenance. All three items of museum level interest.

 


For the June highlights we offer an important Reinhard Heydrich two-page document. The document, signed by Heydrich on the 9th July 1937, concerns Communism in Czechoslovakia, and in Prag in particular. This is a fascinating document, since the document is dated some years before Heydrich became Reichsprotektor of Böhmen und Mähren.

 



The Luftwaffe General Mess Jacket is one of just a few known to exist. This example is of stunning quality and has award loops for various ribbon bars, and a badge to the left-hand-side. There are also loops to the right-hand-side possibly for a German Cross.

 



Lastly, but by no means least, we offer one of the finest examples of the TeNo Hewer. This example is complete with its leather hanger and portepee, and bears a particularly low serial number. The dagger was purchased from rock musician, Chris Farlow, in April 1970, for the princely sum of £115. The hewer has remained in the same collection ever since. This is the first of a number of fine and interesting edged weapons to be offered from the same collection, which was built up during the 1960s & 1970s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

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