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Large, two piece, highly convexed, die struck zinc alloy construction badge with a burnished blued wash and a nickel/silver plated finish features a vertically oval, embossed, oak-leaf wreath encompassing a separate, high relief Wehrmacht styled eagle with down-swept wings and a canted swastika in its talons, positioned above a crossed bayonet and stick grenade. The eagle is attached to the wreath by four small dome headed rivets which are visible on the reverse. The bottom center of the wreath has a small horizontally, rectangular panel with the separate, inset embossed numerals, "25". The reverse of the badge has a soldered barrel type hinge, a broad, tapering vertical pin and a soldered catch on a circular base plate CATCH IS BROKEN and a replacement is enclosed. The reverse of the badge has a barrel type hinge on a rectangular base plate inset into a rectangular recess with raised securing lips, a broad, tapering vertical pin and catch on a circular base plate inset into a circular recess with raised securing lips all intact. The bayonet and grenade both have a subtle scooped reverse. The reverse of the wreath is well marked with the stylized, overlapping, embossed manufacturers initials within a circular border, "RK", indicating manufacture by Rudolf A. Karneth & Söhne Gablonz. The catch is broken, but the vet fashioned a replacement catch (included but not attached). CONSIGNMENT TP. Please contact about shipping. No paypal postage + Ins.
It is constructed out of a white cotton base that has four stitched on blue rayon strips (two vertical and two horizontal) with a stitched on centrally placed black Heer eagle with outstretched wings clutching a wreathed mobile swastika in its talons. The reverse is stitched to size. It measures approximately 7 1/2 inches wide by 3 5/8 inches tall. It only shows minor age soilage wear. No rips, thread catches or moth holes. A fine example that's hard to come by!
Roughly 42mm x 42mm. One piece brass example with swastika face plate. Marked GES GESCH. Hard to find early buckle.
This is the large Party Badge once belonging to Alfred Rosenberg’s Deputy, and a Gauleiter of Westphalia-North. This is 100% original. The soldier who brought it back from WWII gave it to his landlords son who gave it to me. I have the soldier’s identity which will be provided. There is a great deal of information available about Alfred Meyer on line and he is mentioned in several books about WWII. Needless to say it is very difficult to obtain a Gold Party Badge for such a high ranking official. Unfortunately, there is damage to the badge which I have pictured and priced it accordingly. Comes with info, copy photos, and information as to the Veteran and how I obtained it. Ask for shipping and insurance Fees before checking out. No paypal postage + Ins. Consignment Item TP
Standard issue membership badge awarded to all personnel on acceptance as an official party member. 24mm diameter, die struck alloy badge NSDAP membership badge with multi-colored enamel work. Badge features a translucent red, circular outer border with embossed silvered script, "National-Sozialistiche-D.A.P.", encompassing a white enamel field with canted black enamel swastika. Pebbled field is visible below the translucent red enameled outer border.
Standard issue membership badge awarded to all personnel on acceptance as an official party member. 24mm diameter, die struck alloy badge NSDAP membership badge with multi-colored enamel work. Badge features a Opaque red, circular outer border with embossed silvered script, "National-Sozialistiche-D.A.P.", encompassing a white enamel field with canted black enamel swastika. Well marked with embossed the "RZM" logo, beside which is embossed the manufacturer’s code, "M1/14" Matthais Oeschsler & Sohn Ansbach.
Machine woven national breast eagle with outstretched wings, clutching a wreathed, canted, swastika in it's talons, still on a piece of uniform.
Machine woven, national breast eagle with outstretched wings, clutching a wreathed, canted, swastika in it’s talons in bright, silver/aluminum flat-wire threads with interwoven tan accent threads on a cut-out, woven, feldgrau rayon base which is machine stitched on a cut-out field-grey wool backing.
The insignia consists a stamped alloy construction national eagle and national tri-colored shields. The eagle shield features a embossed, high relief, nicely detailed, Wehrmacht style eagle with down swept wings on a black finished, slightly pebbled background shield shape base with a raised lip to the outer edges. The reverse of the shield is a mirror image of the obverse and all three attachment prongs are intact. The national tri-color shield also has a slightly pebbled background shield shape base with a raised lip to the outer edges and an additional three, diagonally angled, fine raised lips separating the three national colors of black, silver, (white), and red. The reverse of the shield has all three attachment prongs intact. National shield is maker marked "A" for ashman and other is marked "PuC", indicating manufacture by Paulmann & Crone of Lüdenscheid.
Machine woven, national eagle with outstretched wings, clutching a wreathed, canted swastika in it’s talons in matte grey. Has been sewn on.
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