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
Reichsarbeitsdienst (Labor Service) badge for enlisted cap. This is the badge for the front of the cap. Zinc badge with good paint to the front. A little corrosion to the edges and the back. The mounting pin is flat against the back of the badge. Condition II- ON SALE was $25 now $20
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)....
Army belt buckle with leather tab. Aluminum enlisted man’s buckle marked RS&S on the back. The tab is marked R SIEPER & SOHN and LÜDENSCHEID and dated 1937. The front of the buckle is worn, with some of the paint still on the sides and back. Condition II