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German Medals & Militaria Highlights

Heydrich Bronze | Museum Quality | Exceptional Rarity.

  •  Heydrich Bronze | Museum Quality | Exceptional Rarity.

    Heydrich Bronze | Museum Quality | Exceptional Rarity. ... more


  • Göring Putschist Photo | Von Eberstein Estate| Signed &  Dedicated

    Göring Putschist Photo | Von Eberstein Estate| Signed & Dedicated ... more


  • Knights Cross War Merit Cross | Cased | Museum Quality | Superb Provenance

    Knights Cross War Merit Cross | Cased | Museum Quality | Superb Provenance ... more



 

MUSEUM QUALITY HIGHLIGHTS FOR MAY 2017

 

 

Military timepieces, SS artefacts, and edged weapons remain distinctive collecting themes. We are currently appraising consignments for these categories.



Our new Historical signatures category has already created interest. Recent consignments to this category include a postcard with signatures of Himmler, Lorenz and Prutzmann, and a hand written Adolf Eichmann trial note.



The three artefacts selected for our Highlights Page this month include a signed & dedicated photograph of Hermann Göring, a bronze bust of Security Chief Reinhard Heydrich,  and last, but by no means least, a stunning Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross with Swords; all three pieces meet our Museum-Quality Standard.



The signed & dedicated Hermann Göring framed photograph shows Göring in his 'Putschist' outfit of 8th/9th November 1923. The unique dedication to SS General Von Eberstein, honours the heros that fell on the 9th November. The framed photograph comes from the estate of Von Eberstein.

 


The bronze bust of Security Chief Reinhard Heydrich, is one of two known to survive post-war. The bust is from the ULRIC of ENGLAND collection, and is featured in the publication, Inside The Allgemeine-SS 1923-1945. 



The stunning museum quality cased Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross survives in close to mint condition, and was a part of the famous Schloss Klessheim hoard. The award was acquired by the author Gordon Williamson, and features in his book, The War Merit Cross by Bender Publishing.