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Allach Porcelain | Presentation Rally Bowl |1937 | Museum Quality | Provenance.

  •  Allach Porcelain | Presentation Rally Bowl |1937 | Museum Quality | Provenance.

    Allach Porcelain | Presentation Rally Bowl |1937 | Museum Quality | Provenance. ... more

  • Kriegsmarine U-Boat Type Binoculars | 7 x 50.

    Kriegsmarine U-Boat Type Binoculars | 7 x 50. ... more

  • Luftwaffe Observer Watch | Laco

    Luftwaffe Observer Watch | Laco ... more

German Medals & Militaria


March 2018  Highlights


Our March highlights start with one of Allach Porcelain’s most iconic items, the Allgemeine-SS 1937 Reichsparteitag Rally Bowl. Our next highlight is also iconic. A pair of Kriegsmarine 7 x 50 binoculars, typically carried by U-Boat Commanders, and the type famously seen in the epic film, Das Boot. Lastly, a Luftwaffe Flight Observer watch manufactured by the famous firm of LaCo.

The Allach Porcelain, Allgemeine-SS 1937 Reichsparteitag Rally Bowl, is the largest of the series of SS bowls. It remains one of the style icons from this SS owned porcelain factory. The bowl has perfect proportions, and is testament to simplicity through fine design. This museum quality bowl has provenance back to the 1970s.

Anyone who has watched films such as Das Boot, will instantly recognise the Kriegsmarine long-barrel 7 x 50 binoculars. The 7 x 50 long-barrel binoculars were the favourite of U-Boat Commanders. This pair manufactured by the prestigious firm of Leitz, has optics with cold resistance down to -20%. Recently serviced, the optics give perfect vision, and remain as useful today as they did in the 1940s.

The Luftwaffe Flight Observer watch is manufactured by the famous company, LaCo.  This watch was taken by a member of the Soviet forces from the navigator of a captured German bomber crew during 1944. In 1945 he returned to his home in Uzbekistan. Cutting down the leather watch strap, he carried the watch as a fob watch until the 1990s. After his death, the watch was sold by the family. Remaining in functioning and original condition.






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