German WWII Army pith helmet eagle shields. These are originals that have the pins missing off each. Both are unissued, one has a hole in it near top, both are maker marked JR & S. Great for displays. Prices listed each below.
German WWII Luftwaffe breast eagle. This is a unique Luftwaffe officers breast eagle. Its made from real silver bullion wire and the wire has aged toned over time tarnishing the wire. It almost looks gold, but is indeed Silver. Its on a coarse Blue/Gray backing. the usual backing cloth is missing off the reverse. The eagle is in great shape, save for the tarnishing and one of the thread highlights at the wing is loose. Rare.
German WWII Luftwaffe Enlisted ranks breast eagle. Enlisted White on Blue/Gray backing eagle. Looks to be unissued, nice shape.
German Army Generals collar tabs. A mint set of Army (HEER) Generals tabs. These don't appear to have been on a tunic. Really nice, these are a Gilt bullion wire weave to a red backing. The gilt wire is very tighly woven and you can see the Unterlagen underneath. Two types of Gilt wire was used the Center sections use a different wire weave, and that shows verly light tarnish. The rest is a different Gilt weave. Backs have the typical burlap backing material. These are nice Midwar Generals tabs.
German WWII Late war M43 cap eagle. Unissued condition, this is the late war issue Army (HEER) cap eagle and cockade on the trapazoid. Coarse Green lightweight backing material, has White woven thread eagle and cockade. Nice and clean.
German WWII officers breast eagle. This is an early style, Silver bullion wire on a Medium Green backing. Eagle is in good shape, and has been on a tunic at one time. One or two tiny nips to the backing felt of the eagle. Reverse is typical, some of the backing is gone.
German WWII Luftwaffe officers breast eagle. Silver wire bullion weave to a Dark Blue backing, has been on a tunic at one time. The eagle is in good shape, but not great. This ones a bit used, and shows some oxidation here and there. Black backing is peeling in a few places. Worn, but still usable.
German Ribbon bar. This is a 4-Place ribbon bar, most likely worn either by an officer or NCO. It has WWI Ribbons on it with several crossed swords, including the Iron Cross issued in WWI. Nice and has Green backing and long pin.
German WWII Army (HEER) Parade tunic breast eagle. This is the Silver wire woven Army breast eagle used on parade tunics for enlisted and NCO ranks. Many times you see these also used on Army summer tunics for all ranks including officers. Its in excellent condition, sewn onto Green wool backing, one corner was trimmed close to the eagle, but otherwise its very nice and clean.
German WWII Army Generals breast eagle. Mint and rare, this is a true Army Generals breast eagle. Top quality detail to the entire eagle. Gold bullion wire weave to the eagle, has a Brown thread for the highlights, Brighter Gold swastika. Very well made and a very tight weave. On a dark green backing, with the Black cloth backing, this was on a tunic at one time. This is NOT a Coastal Artillery officers eagle but a true Generals Army (HEER) eagle, these are very hard to find anymore.
German Generals cap eagle. A very rare eagle to find, and was used on the overseas as well as the visor cap. The eagle is used and well tarnish from age and turned a dark Gold to the bullion. The tarnish is overall. You can still make out the gold, but its aged, its on a dark green felt backing. The eagle is solid and in good shape, just tarnished. Still very rare to find an original!
German WWII Army (HEER) officers breast eagle. This is the tunic worn breast eagle for the Army. Its a Silver bullion wire weave on a medium Green backing with Black highlights. This was on a tunic at one time. Shows use, but clean overall. Still has a tight weave to the Silver Bullion. About have the black cloth backing is still on it. Being a Medium green base this were sometimes used on the pre-war uniforms.
German WWII Army (HEER) Generals parade tunic cuff tab. This is the Gold Bullion weave on Red Wool, Cuff tab, used on the dress or parade tunics, four were used two each cuff. Very clean, No fading to the red and the Gold Bullion is excellent. No mothing or damage.
German WWII French Factory Guards Armband. This is also from the same veteran's family as many items recently listed. This armband is unique. Its worn by Factory Guards, and was most likely worn in German Controlled French factory during WWII. White cloth has WERKSCHUTZ Corps de protection printed in black. Light soiling, and the printing is faint. Direct Vet bring back and very unique!
German WWII Armband for Non-Members of the Military. This armband and the other listed here as well, both from a Veteran's family is of Non-Members of the Armed Forces to wear for Combatants. Yellow cloth, good shape shows light use and light soiling but overall nice. In the corner is a Military eagle stamp, but its too faint to make out clearly.
German WWII Non-Members of the Armed Forces armband. From a Veterans family, this is a yellow cloth armband worn by non-members of the military. For wear by Combatants who were not members in the Military. This one and another also listed each have the small eagle stamp in the lower corner. Faint and unable to read it clearly. Shows light use light soiling but overall nice!
Very rare German WWII DAK or Africa Korps shoulderboards. These are matched set, and are ranked for a NCO. There in unissued condiiton, I only see light storage wear. Made of Tropical Olivegreen cotton twill material, the NCO tress is the DAK type sewn all around the board. Boards are piped in rayon Grass Green for Panzer Grenadier. The bottoms are graygreen wool. Slip ons and very nice! These are the shoulder boards used by the Afrika Korps on the First model and second model tunics.
Rare set of German WWII Unterlagen. A set of several German "unterlagen". Cardboard and unissued. This set has several forms in it, there is a set of oak leaves, maybe SA, An Army Cap wreath, A vet looking unterlagen, a Swastika, The large W, and KS. Nice grouping.
RARE German WWII Cardboard "unterlagen" Mint Unissued Cardboard Unterlagen, for an Army Breast eagle. These are really hard to find. They would hand sew the silver bullion wire thread over this cardboard pattern. I have two for sale priced each. Unique.
Luftwaffe NCO Shoulderboard. A single Luftwaffe Signals Light Brown piped board. Its unissued and is the sew-in style. It has the proper LW tress on them for an Unterofficer. Part of a large collection of LW insignia.
WWII German Luftwaffe Officers collar tab set. Flak officers collar tab set, these are unissued and still tied together with the original string. Red based and silver bullion wire piped with bullion gulls and wreaths for Hauptmann. This set and others listed all came from a large collection of LW insignia.
Army (HEER) Unterlagen. A rare item, this is an unissued Unterlagen cardboard underlay for hand sewing the officers breast eagle. This is the original template. You never see them as there underneath all that silver bullion wire!
Luftwaffe Unterlagen. A rare item, this is an unissued Unterlagen cardboard underlay for hand sewing the officers breast eagle. This is the original template. You never see them as there underneath all that silver bullion wire!
HEER Cufftitle for the FHQ. This is the First pattern cufftitle, Fuhrer Hauptquartier from the massive grouping also on the site belonging to Baron Freytag-Loringhoven, you can read about him in the Army Uniform section. This is the Fuhrers FHQ cufftitle, worn when on duty with Hitler, and this is the first pattern cufftitle. VERY RARE to find, and its full length and in great condition. This ones woven in fine gold thread front and reverse and shows light use.
A really nice high relief Army or HEER officers visor cap wreath and cockade. Nice high details in silver bullion wire, on green base, has metal cockade in center, has white backing cloth.
A mint unissued, uncut, KM Coastal artillery overseas and M43 cap eagle, yellow on green BeVo weave.
A single, NCO ranks, shoulderboard, Darkblue piped for medical troops. Very nice, for the M36 tunic, darkgreen tops, silver NCO tress and a single pip for Feldwebel. Sewin style, and very nice!
HEER NCO RANKS MEDICAL SHOULDERBOARD A single, NCO ranks, shoulderboard, Darkblue piping for medical troops. Excellnet condition, no mothing or damage, for the M36 tunic, darkgreen tops, silver NCO tress and a single pip for Feldwebel. Slip-on style, and very nice!
Heres a fantastic single, HEER NCO ranks shoulderboard for Medical troops. Its piped in darkblue, with a darkgreen top for the M36 tunic, sewin style, has the Medical cypher and two silver pips, Mint condition!
This ones nice, and its for an officer in the Kreigsmarine. Its made on a darkblue wool base, with a darkyellow Cellon weave/thread, nice deep details, very well made, almost 3-D excellent condition, shows little use!
A rare set of matching Kreigsmarine Admirals shoulderboards. They show normal uniform use, but no mothing to the base. These are gold and silver twist cord, with a single pip to each. Sew in style, they are based on an almost black color. These are tunic size and perfect for a KM tunic or just for display, KM boards are hard to find, and this rank is much harder.
An Unissued sleeve rank patch for Army or HEER. Rank is Obershutze. On green felt, woven pip in center, MINT.