Hitler Jugend belt buckle. Early nickel-plated steel buckle with outstanding finish. Minor wear to the front and some green discoloration on the back where the belt was. The back has the RZM mark and buckle code M4/46 for the Wilhelm Schröder company. Condition I
Cap badge of the NSBO. The NSBO (Nationalsozialistische Betriebszellenorganisation) was formed by Nazi factory workers in 1928 as a counter to democratic and Christian labor unions. This badge was worn on the NSBO uniform cap. This example is unused. Condition I-
Original pieces of camouflage netting from Hitler’s Berghof. Camouflage netting was spread over Hitler’s house to make it less of a target for Allied bombers. The camouflage was made of plastic strips in wire netting, pieces of which can still be found around the ruins of the Berghof today. Have several pieces (you may not get one of the pieces shown)....
Commemorative pin badge for a target shooters’ association. This association was in the town of Lechenich in the states of North Rhein-Westphalia. The enamel is a little chipped and the ribbons are a little dirty. Condition II