WW2 German Heer Administration Official Visor Cap, upgraded with an officer’s chin cord. Black leather visor is in very good condition, with one small nip on the center front edge. All emblems in place as well as side buttons. Some small moth nips to the underside (as shown in pictures). Marked to the interior size 56. liner and sweatband in good condition with some separation of the material under the sweatband. A nice original condition example.
WW2 German Army EM/NCO’s belt and buckle. Pebble finish buckle with national emblem to the center, and maker marked “S.T. & L.” on the inner edge. Brown leather belt, adjustable from approx. size 34 inches to 36 inches. No visible marking to the belt. Very good condition overall.
Post War German SB Deutsches Sportabzeichen Sports Badge. Maker Marked STEINHAUER & LUCK – LUDENSCHEID. The German Sports Badge (German: Deutsches Sportabzeichen) is a decoration of the German Olympic Sports Federation DSB, of the Federal Republic of Germany. It exists in a civilian and military version. The German Sports Badge test is carried primarily in Germany, but any German citizen living abroad may apply to become judges and hold tests on their own, and the decoration can be awarded to any person participating in the test. Some times it is also possible for a non-german foreign citizen to obtain judging-qualifications, if there are no other judges in their local area. This has only been done once, when a Danish firefighter was given judging-powers in 2009, due to the fact that there were no judges at all in Denmark. The German Sports Badge, also known as the “German National Sports Badge” was first created in the year 1912 and is one of the oldest awards of Germany still in active circulation. Very good condition.
Prussian Telegraphtruppen EM/NCO’s Belt Buckle. Die struck steel buckle measuring 45mm x 105mms, Embossed Imperial King’s crown to the center, reading “Gott Mit Uns”. Each end of the buckle has a raised wire feed bar secured by two rivets. Reverse with brazed buckle catch, prong bar and prongs all intact. Shows war use wear.