• Here is a nice, representative photo album for a member of the ReichsArbeitsdienst or RAD.  Several pages of general RAD service and time in the occupied territories of the Soviet Union.
  • Offered is this well used, but intact Truppen-Ausweis cover. Constructed in black simulated leather, with celluloid pockets to the interior for the prewar era Truppen-Ausweis. The celluloid is intact with no cracking. The exterior shows signs of frequent use, mostly spine wear to the back fold of the cover. A good specimen of an uncommon ID document cover.
  • Wartime ephemera such as this Christmas decoration are nearly impossible to find.  This Christmas star was intended to be purchased and shipped vie Feldpost to a loved one in service to decorate a barracks or bunker for the holiday season.  Supplied in kit form with full instructions, hardware, and assembly tool.  Other than the tool and metal hardware, the star is constructed entirely of paper.   A rare item that would make a great addition to any collection.  Feldpost shipping box is roughly 10x5x5 inches.  All components are in excellent condition.
  • Early Third Reich era Arbeitsbuch or "Work Book".  These books were the common work permit held by virtually every employed civilian person of the era.  This example still bears the earlier Weimar era eagle on the front cover.  Interior has no photograph, but is typically annotated with hand entries.
  • "Hell over France" is a period history book dealing with the air war over France during the 1940 invasion.  Many such books were publish shortly after the early victories of the Third Reich to foster public interest in the military and nationalism.  Book is complete with the original dust jacket and in good condition.
  • Offered is the framed German propaganda leaflet from World War One. It is text content only and in French, so I can't help you on the content. The condition is typical for a piece of paper of this age. It has yellowed and here are some tears where it was once folded. It is still in one solid piece with no major damage however. There is a penned annotation on the frame's backer that states that German planes dropped these over American lines during "The Worlds War". It also states that this leaflet belonged to one Anthony Chengos.
  • Here is a nice studio portrait shot of a Luftwaffe EM. Though black and white, the tab color seems to be for Flak Artillery most likely. The portrait offers a nice study of the M40 helmet as well. Condition is good with some wave to the paper, but the photo is free of major damage. It is also dated on the reverse 1942 and has a short annotation that I cannot make out.
  • This postcard is likely pre-war given the content. The postcard bears a typical message being communicated in the early days of the Third Reich as the focus was on strengthening the German economy and infrastructure. This one carries a message that encourages the recipient to buy German goods.
  • These cards reading basically, “A small thank you to one of the Fuehrer’s soldiers” were often inserted into gifts sent to the front. This unused example is in nice condition, undamaged, with a well embossed national eagle.
  • Third Reich period postage stamps.  This pair is unused with GROSSDEUTSCHES REICH nomenclature and Waffen SS imagery.
  • A nice selection of Adolf Hitler portrait head stamps.  Unused stamps, with one each of various denominations from 1 pfennig to 1 Reichsmark, 23 in all.
  • Offered is this large variety of Third Reich era postage stamps.  Over 100 stamps total, many are unused, some are cancelled.  Some have Polish cancellations.  All in good condition.
  • Interesting wood and brass pen holder of the Third Reich period.  This pen holder appears to be a simple, patriotic item from the period. The age on this item is quite apparent.  We assume a simple patriotic type item because the national eagle follows no known pattern related to any military, paramilitary, or civilian organization.  Nice addition to a Third Reich desk or clerical  display.
  • Offered is a small group of Adolf Hitler, AH marked stationary items.  Typical of loads of this stuff that were taken as trophies by American G.I.s at Berchesgarten, Munich, etc.  Condition is very good.
  • Signal Magazine for the first week of January, 1942.  Typical condition for such a newsprint paper magazine.  It is complete and intact, but with edge wear, and small edge tears.  This issue is in Italian language and features an article on the Spanish Blue Division on the Ostfront.
  • Published during the Third Reich era, this series of maps provided a detailed look of all of Germany at the time.  This specimen is specific to the Seigen-Saurland regeion.  Both map and cover are in excellent condition. There is an interesting stamp with hand annotations in the upper right corner of the map.
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