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Allgemeine-SS Peak Visor Cap | General Rank

  • Allgemeine-SS Peak Visor Cap | General Rank

    Allgemeine-SS Peak Visor Cap | General Rank ... more


  • Allgemeine-SS Cuff Title | Planetta | Officer | Rare

    Allgemeine-SS Cuff Title | Planetta | Officer | Rare ... more


  • SS Chained Dagger |1936 Pattern | Stunning Condition

    SS Chained Dagger |1936 Pattern | Stunning Condition ... more



German Medals & Militaria

 

November 2020  Highlights

 

 

Firstly, we hope all of our customers are keeping safe during these difficult times. ULRIC of ENGLAND remains open for mail-order business, and is endeavouring to give as good a service as possible in the current situation. Please bear with us if there are slight delays either contacting you, are despatching items.

 

 


Meanwhile, welcome to our November 2020 highlights. We have picked three historical pieces from the Allgemeine-SS to be presented for this month’s highlights.

 

 


Our first highlight for November is an Allgemeine-SS General rank visor cap from the period 1936 through to 1945. This stunning visor cap has a good high front, and particularly fine black doeskin top, fitted with fine post-1936 insignias. A great rarity to find in the market place today.

 

 


When it comes to Allgemeine-SS cuff titles, none match the historical context of the ‘Planetta’ cuff title. It was Planetta that assassinated the Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, leading to the unsuccessful Austrian Putsch of 1934. In 1938, his name was given to the Vienna-based SS Standarte 11, as an honour. One of the rarest SS cuff titles to acquire.

 

 

 

Lastly, we offer an excellent example of the 1936 pattern SS chained service dagger. This example has the Type 1 die-struck style chains, with the outstandingly detailed skull and Runes motifs. The blade is particularly fine, with excellent polish and cross-grain. The dagger was acquired from the USA-based edged weapons specialists, Thomas Wittmann, in the late 1990s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lastly, do take a moment to check out our new category, Take A Pop. Here you will find heavily discounted end-of-consignments. Your chance to find a bargain without compromising quality. 

 

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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