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WWII Nazi German Wehrmacht Pioneer Officer's M35 Dress Tunic Waffenrock M35
Item #: VF4710

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Nice quality, private purchase, field-gray wool construction M35 dress tunic features a vertical, eight button front closure with double metal hook and eye positioned at the forward neckline and a lay down, blue/green badge cloth collar. Shoulder boards are for a 1st Lieutenant (missing one pip) with a gilt numeral 9. All insignia in completely original to this Waffenrock. Buttons have all original stitching. Complete liner. The tunic is roughly a size 38" chest. Beautiful tunic and near mint.
The M35 dress tunic was introduced for wear by all ranks on June 29TH 1935 as the walking out, parade and ceremonial dress with the piped, stone grey long pants. The design of the M35 dress tunic was based on the Imperial German army’s service tunic but was a different color and generally of much higher quality. Originally all personnel were issued two M35 dress tunics but manufacture was discontinued in late 1939 or early 1940 and was to be reinstated at the successful conclusion of the war. Regulations of March 21ST 1940 stated that the M35 dress tunics that were no longer suitable for dress wear were to be modified and reissued to personnel of the replacement and reserve units for every day wear. Officers and certain senior NCO ranks were responsible for purchasing their own uniforms and as a result were allotted a clothing allowance through the army’s Kleiderkasse, (Clothing Account), system. The Officers and certain senior NCO’s could choose to purchase their uniforms from the armed forces clothing depots or to privately purchase garments of higher quality. Although enlisted personnel were issued their uniforms from government supplies they were also permitted to purchase privately tailored uniforms although the price may have been restrictive.  

Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Your Price $1,000.00 USD

WWII Nazi German Waffen SS Issued Box of 8 Issue Tobacco Pipes
Item #: VF4709

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WWII Nazi issued box of 8 tobacco smoking pipes. These issue pipes where initially issued to the Wehrmacht and later given to the SS for distribution. Pipes measure roughly 4 inches in length and all in excellent condition.  
Shipping Weight: 0.9 lb
Your Price $300.00 USD

Nazi German SA Uelzen Oct.1934 Brigade 60 Aufmarsch Tinnie
Item #: VF4708

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Attractive Nazi German Uelzen Oct.1934 Brigade 60 Aufmarsch tinnie. Badge measures roughly 1 3/4/ X 1 3/4 inches wide. 
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $65.00 USD

WWII Nazi German Kreis Tag Bonn 1939 Ceramic Eagle Tinnie
Item #: VF4707

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Attractive ceramic German Kreis Tag tinnie for the 1939 meeting in Bonn. Badge measures roughly 1 3/4 inches wide. 
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $65.00 USD

WWII Nazi German Soldatenbund Commemorative 50 Year Naval Tinnie
Item #: VF4706

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Nazi German Soldatenbund Commemorative 50 year naval tinnie. Badge has an early submarine to the center with the NSDMB eagle to the top. Copper plated steel, special bronze finish, 49 x 41 mm, soldered pin, scarce, light wear.
The NSDMB, "National Sozialistische Deutscher Marine Bund" (National Socialist German Navy League), was the new name, adopted by its members in 1935, for the earlier "Bund Deutscher Marine Vereine" (League [of the] German Navy Association). In 1938 it was attached to the NS-RKB, "Nationalsozialistische-Reichskriegerbund," who introduced a new pattern national eagle for wear on the breast and visor cap, which was almost identical to the earlier "Soldatenbund" (Soldiers’-league) eagle. The NSDMB came under the control of the "Kriegsmarine" (Navy) in 1943.
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $100.00 USD

WWII Nazi German 1938 WHW Deutscher Schutzenverband Shooting Stickpin
Item #: VF4705

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This is a German WWII WHW Deutscher Schutzenverband Shooting Stickpin from 1938. These items were issued to military, civilian and political individuals for various reasons. In the case of military personnel, a stickpin was given along with a full size award. The soldier could wear the stick pin instead of having to sport the full size badge. The W.H.W. sponsored shooting events throughout the year. The stick pin featured here was given to participants who competed in the event sponsored by this organization.
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $40.00 USD

WWII Nazi German Kreis Tag Tinnie Kreiskongress Bad - Gandersheim Dez. 2, 1934 Made of Black Glass
Item #: VF4704

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This unusual Kreis tag tinnie is acid etched and made of black glass. Kreiskongress Bad - Gandersheim Dez. 2, 1934, and it has a beautiful stylized eagle to the center with a vertical pin to the reverse. Badge measures roughly 1 1/4 X 1/14 inches
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $60.00 USD

WWII Nazi German RAD Labour is Noble Wall Plaque With Box & Photos
Item #: VF4696

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WWII RAD (Reichsarbeitsdienst/National Labour Service) "Arbeit Adelt” (Labour is noble) boxed plaque; in silvered brass, mounted on a wood base. Metal badge measuring 115 mm x 82 mm; very fine condition. Plaque is housed in the original cardboard, fitted box that is named to the reverse of the box. Also included and found on the reverse of the wood plaque, were two photos of the recipient of the plaque and a RAD membership booklet that is not filled out. 
Price: $300.00 USD (Sale Pending)