Spanish 'Blue-Division' Commemorative Medal
The Blue Division Commemorative Medal, or "Medalla Conmemorativa de la División Azul" in Spanish, was a military decoration established by Francisco Franco's regime in Spain to honor the Spanish volunteers who served on the Eastern Front as part of the "División Azul" or Blue Division during World War II.
The Blue Division was a unit of Spanish volunteers that fought alongside th... read more
Mothers Cross in Bronze
The Mother's Cross, also known as the Mutterkreuz in German, was a state decoration in Nazi Germany that was awarded to mothers for exceptional contributions to the growth of the German population. It was instituted on December 16, 1938, and came in three classes: Gold, Silver, and Bronze. The Bronze class was the lowest rank of the Mother's Cross.
To qualify for the Bronze Mothe... read more
Iron Cross 2nd Class Maker marked 25 "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Graveur-, Gold- und Silberschmiede-Innung"
Eisernes Kreuz 2. klasse EK2. Maker marked 25 "Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Graveur-, Gold- und Silberschmiede-Innung" (AGGS). Three piece construction with magnetic, iron core. Good condition with fantastic overall patina. Original ribbon. read more
An Aluminum version of the Erkennungsmarke in good condition.
Unit marked: 1./Pi.666.
Soldier ID: 216
Blood Type: A
This Dog-Tag (Erkennungsmarke) is out of Jean Höidal’s collection, he is the Author of the reference book “Deutsche Erkennungsmarken”. read more