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Rare Adolf Hitler Signed Items

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Letter of Appreciation

Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation

Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
The book
Letter of Appreciation
The book plate
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
The stamps
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Owned by A. Hilter
Letter of Appreciation
Main library collection
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
N.S. Headquarters - now book
depository
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Hitler about 1927 - the picture of
him does not go with the book
Letter of Appreciation
Letter of Appreciation
Appreciation Letter for a Gift to Adolf Hitler in 1927 Hand Signed by the Fuhrer (Item AHSIG 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: If you are looking for an Adolf Hitler signed letter from the time that history knows as “Der Kampfzeit” (The Struggle for Power), this is practically the ultimate! In May of 1927, an academically gifted author sent a copy of his book “Das Vereinigte Europa” to Hitler at the Party headquarters in Munich’s Schellingstrasse. This was the NSDAP headquarters from July 1925 and Hitler wrote him an appreciation letter thanking him for the gift on May 17th, 1927. The book was deposited in the Party book collection in the earlier headquarters in No or Tal 54 (The Sterneckerbrau). Although the main headquarters had moved to the Schellingstrasse location, the Sterneckerbrau building was retained as a storage place for the archival collection (a library of sorts). This book, Das Vereinigte Europa (The United Europe), would have been of special interest to the young aspiring Hitler at that time of course. The letter is written on the stationary heading from the NSDAP at the Schellingstr. 50/1R in Munich and dated 17 May 1927 and addressed to Herrn Theodor Weicher in Leipzig – C.L. Inselstrasse 10 and translated it reads – “Dear respected Herr Weicher for your friendly sending of the book Das “Vereinigte Europa”” I thank you very much. I will read it and then possibly try to advertise it by the publishing house for the Volkischen Beobachter”  The Volkischen Beobachter of course was the official NSDAP newspaper. He then signed it “With German Greetings Adolf Hitler." 

Now for the incredible part, we not only have the prodigious historically important letter but we also have the actual book with the official book plate of Adolf Hitler in the front inside cover. Inside the first 1935 copyright page there is a small hand stamp that says “Nachlass Adolf Hitler”. Practically all the books that were owned by Hitler would have this stamp applied by the party Librarian in Residence. The stamp indicated that that book was considered the property of the Fuhrer. On the page facing this one is the stamp of the National Socialist German Workers Party (NSDAP) and this has the Sterneckerbrau address where this and thousands of other books were kept. There was a special section for the personal books of the Fuhrer.  At the top of the same page is another stamp that says Hauptbucherei. This translates as the master book collection and certainly this book would be considered a treasure to the Party thus it was placed in this special section. 

The book is in great condition measuring 6" x 9" and contains 200 pages but with no pictures or illustrations. Certainly the greatest Kampfzeit archival treasure that we have ever had or heard of. We are proud to say that as usual only at Germania International, LLC, LLC could an item of this importance be found. This treasure of history must be preserved. It is not only rare but one of the best Hitler items found in Germany in many years of intensive searching.

PRICE: $12,000.00

 

AH Signed Picture

AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture

AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture
The Christmas card
AH Signed Picture
Close up of signature on card
AH Signed Picture
AH Signed Picture
The embossed Hitler eagle
AH Signed Picture
The silver frame
AH Signed Picture
Back of frame

Signed Photo of Hitler to an Actress in the Year of His “Machtergreifung” (1933) and a Christmas Card to the Same Person (Item AHSIG 1-3)

DESCRIPTION: Here is possibly the most interesting and historically important Hitler signature items that we have ever seen in the many years that we have actively sought such treasures. Yes, we have had very important documents signed by the Fuhrer and a few wonderful personal letters and even signed pictures but none so intimately personal as this particular grouping, yes it is a grouping comprised of the picture in its original frame and a picture of the actress he dedicated his picture to, and a Christmas card sent to her in 1937.  Hitler was the ultimate aficionado of the dramatic arts such as opera and film. Coupled with his ardent admiration of the female embodiment. He was continually meeting with actresses from all over Europe. He was infatuated with women as they obviously were with him. He was most impressed and in fact extremely infatuated with the actresses that he envisioned in roles that reflected the heroines that he saw as the portrayal of the ultimate feminine goddesses doing what a woman in his estimation should do and that was to passionately love and serve the man in all his needs obviously he didn’t see Marlene Dietrich in that role in fact he saw her as the ‘classic Bitch’ diametrically opposed to his concept as the connatural Role of woman.  He would take the time even as busy as he was to send letters of congratulation to various actresses all over Europe in appreciation for their stellar performances on numerous films that he immensely enjoyed. We know he was an avid film fancier.  He loved ‘Lives of a Bengal Lancer” and was enthralled with the portrayal of a handful of Brits who held a continent captivated and in subservience. His favorite actresses were Pola Negri and Lina Basovetto.  He loved Walt Disney movies especially Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs. It is recorded that when he was in attendance at the Berghof his Alps retreat, he would watch a different film each and every night before retiring to bed.  He also loved American westerns in the tradition of Karl May whose adventures he adored from early childhood in Branau and Linz. Yes, he was the ultimate movie fancier and 2nd only to Wagnerian opera he was enthralled by the celluloid arts. 

The picture, Christmas card, and photo of the actress that we offer is a good example of his passion for the films and the starlets who played in them. I would certainly think watching these films it was a typical favored pastime for him to indulge himself in and he was known to do it often. He obviously admired the exacting talents of this actress that is discussed here but her lovely countenance did not escape his scrutiny.  You can see in the picture that she was the very personification of Alpine beauty. Yes, he loved blonde, blue eyes Teutonic females but being an Alpine type himself he had a vast enchantment for the ladies of this racial background as well and certainly this veritable Goddess would have delighted him to become a pen pal at least.  The short dedication on the picture in his own hand says either Frau or possibly Fraulein Yolanthe La Moin Berum Oslo Zur Erinnerung 12 April 1933.  This would translate to Fr. Yolanthe La Moin Berum Osla (Norway) in remembrance.  The words ‘in remembrance’ would raise the question remembrance of what occasion? Did he meet her after some performance?  Was she one of the many females who frequented Hitler’s favorite restaurant, the Osteria Bavaria with the hopes of possibly meeting him and joining him at his “Vorgebrachtsitzplatze”- (‘preferred seating’). Many famous ladies went there for that express purpose. For instance, Unity Mitford the British beauty that Hitler referred to as ‘The perfect Walkurie’ made a point of constantly frequenting this restaurant hoping he would notice her as he did but that’s another story - - The other possibility is that he met Yolanthe at the stage door of the theatre where she performed. He was always arranging meetings like that with the help of the (man about town) Ernst ‘Putzi’ Hanfstangel who knew and had influence with practically Munich’s entire entire arts crowd.

However, they met, the fact is they must have actually met at some point in time and the friendship lasted for years. The signed picture was sent to her in the year of Adolf’s “Machtergreifung” (The assentation to power) and then in 1937 he sends her a Christmas and New Year’s Greeting card that says (Frau or Fraulein Lola Berum). Then the card is the standard Hitler greeting form with printed greeting words and to the bottom it says (translated “Sent with devotion. Yours Adolf Hitler”). Sent with devotion is not the usual Hitler message on these cards usually he wrote respectfully yours!  Devotion to us would indicate deeper heartfelt intendment but then we may never know and again Fr. can mean Frau or Fraulein.   In any case, this is ‘a riddle wrapped in an enigma surrounded by mystery” Perhaps we are making the proverbial “mountain out of a molehill” but after studying the ways of the German leader for many years we feel that some of the words and style of his writing could indicate more than a passing fancy with this particular actress or was she an actress? We were told she was by the German collector who we obtained it from but he knew no more unfortunately. but we know it is 100% genuine and obviously very rare and a prodigiously important archival treasure.  So, the grouping consists of the picture in its original frame hand signed the picture of the lady and the Christmas card are hand signed as well.  Both the Hitler portrait and the card have inspiring dedication that should send historians wild with speculation.  We really can’t imagine a more spectacular Hitler relic.

PRICE: $10,950.00

 

AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers

AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers

AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
The back cover
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers
AH Signed Pic w/2 brothers

Signed Picture of Adolf Hitler with Two Brothers with School Graduation Certificate (Item AHSIG 1-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is absolutely outstanding as far as Hitler signatures go.  It is 100% guaranteed to be authentic. The certificate is for Schulentlaffung Ostern 1939 (school dismissal) and it was to a boy whose name was Gerhard Pertzsch. The writing inside the cover of the graduation certificate translates out to this – Everyone must serve the Volk (Folk), everyone must make himself ready for his duty to the Volk. To get in physical shape. You must train your conscience and be steadfast.  – Adolf Hitler. Then there is the printed greetings to G. Pertzsch for his admission to the labor service of the German Volk. Auto-penned signed by the Mayor, the District Leader and the District School Director.  The title on the front of the document (the cover) has the large National Eagle in gold coloration and underneath are the words Zur Schulentlassung 1939.  This means graduation and dismissal of the schooling. Earlier this boy was evidently a star performer in some public display of youth proficiency staged in the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden. We are told that Gerhard and his brother met Adolf Hitler at that time in 1935 and we are told that it was at that time that the picture was taken. 

Hitler posed with several of the winners of an important sports event.  Later the picture was signed and sent to Gerhard. He is the shorter of the two boys in the photo.  The inscription is as follows:  The brave young man Gerhard Pertzsch Sonnenwende 1935 Adolf Hitter signature, Dem Braven Jungmann Gehard Pertzsch Sonennwende 1935 (Adolf Hitler). Sonnenwende meaning the Solstice. The picture including the cardboard it is mounted on measures 6 ½ x 9 ½.  The edges of the cardboard backing is about ¼ inch wide all around.  The school certificate measures at 16 ½ x 12 inches when fully open.  On the page that opposes the words of commencement is a 6" x 9" picture of Hitler with Gauleiter Fritz Wachtler who was also the head of the National Socialist Teachers Association (Leiter des Lehrerbundes). This is a prodigiously important Hitler signed article and a testament of the German Fuhrer's agenda concerning the youth of the Fatherland. The Hitler Youth was a logical extension of Hitler’s belief that the future of N.S. Germany was its children.  He said quote: "The word must be chiseled this way -- I want young men and women who can suffer pain. A young German must be as swift as a greyhound, as tough as leather and as hard as Krupps Steel.”

Membership in the Hitler Youth was seen as being as important to a child as school was in the early years of the N.S movement.  Seldom is there found any better Hitler signed picture as this. It has the personal touch instead of being the standard promotion or congratulatory picture.  Those for the most part were standard necessary documents but here we have a unique (one of a kind portrait, signature and dedication one would be hard put to find a better grouping as this one most definitely is). The dedication is rather hard to photograph due to the fact that the Fuhrer signed it in a dark shaded area of the picture but on close examination it stands out boldly

PRICE: $6,985.00

 

Ultimate Hitler document
Ultimate Hitler document

Ultimate Hitler document
All three signatures
Ultimate Hitler document
Adolf Hitler
Ultimate Hitler document
Ultimate Hitler document
Ultimate Hitler document
Hitler's official title
Ultimate Hitler document
Ultimate Hitler document
The Reichs War Ministry
Ultimate Hitler document
Signed, Adolf Hitler
Ultimate Hitler document
Original period photo
Ultimate Hitler document
Dr. Goebbels
Ultimate Hitler document
Der Fuhrer
Ultimate Hitler document
Frick and Blomberg
Ultimate Hitler document
Dr. Robert Ley and v. Fritsch
Ultimate Hitler document
The framing
Ultimate Hitler document
V. Blomberg and v. Fritsch
with Goring
Ultimate Hitler document
V. Blomberg with Hitler
& v. Papen
Ultimate Hitler document
V. Blomberg & v. Fritsch with Goring
and Admiral Raeder
Ultimate Hitler document
The generals with the Fuhrer
Ultimate Hitler document
V. Blomberg & v. Fritsch with
Admiral Raeder
The Ultimate Hitler Document (Item AHSIG 1-5 & WEHR 27-6 )

DESCRIPTION: Why do we call it that?  Because it definitely would be hard to beat! This document not only has the hand written signature of Adolf Hitler in the second year of his ascension to power (1934) but it is also signed by the Commander in Chief of the German armed forces, Werner Von Blomberg (Sept 2nd 1878 – March 14 1946). He was Minister of Defense of the German Reich. The other signature is of Werner Freiherr (Baron) Von Fritsch (Aug 4 1880 – Sept 22 1939). Both Blomberg and V. Fritsch were the first major leaders of the re-armed German Army under Adolf Hitler. In 1933, Blomberg rose to national prominence when he was appointed as Minister of Defense by Hitler. He became one of Hitler’s most devoted followers. He worked feverishly to expand the size and power of the army. It was he who encouraged Hitler to crack down on SA leader Ernst Rohm and his followers in 1934. It was also Blomberg who ordered all the solders in theWehrmacht to use the Pledge of Allegiance Oath to the Fuhrer -- the Reichswehreid instead of just to Volk und Fatherland. But unfortunately, there arose a scandal over his wife and Blomberg had to resign all of his posts in Jan of 1938. Later Von Fritsch was also forced to resign as Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. The bottom line seemed to be that Hermann Goring and Heinrich Himmler wanted to oust all the old school Prussian General Staff and replace them with younger men deemed more loyal and steeped in National Socialist ideology and marshal fervor. The resignation of these two commanders within a short time of each other came to be known as the Blomberg, Fritsch Affair. Werner v. Fritsch was a prominent Wehrmacht officer, a member of the German high Command, and the first German General to die in World War Two. In 1934, he was among the officers at the Hossback conference in 1937, when Adolf Hitler made his intentions known as to Germany’s agenda concerning lost territories that should be regained.

The Fuhrer replaced several other high ranking generals and ministers with people that he considered more loyal to him and friendlier with the NSDAP agenda.  Just before the outbreak of WWII in 1939 Fritsch was recalled to active service but in an inspection tour of the front in Poland he was mortally wounded (this was a very unusual activity for someone of his rank). As to the document we offer here it is truly incredible! To have all three of these most important and famous personalities on one document is nothing short of fantastic! Now as far as the purpose of this archival treasure is concerned, it is a demotion and a promotion for two different Wehrmacht officers. We have recounted here earlier that there was a ‘shake up’ in replacements under the suggestions and orders of the German Fuhrer. Herein a Col. Mueller is to be dismissed as inspector of the Western Wall but the order permits him to continue to wear his uniform.  Additionally, the document appoints Col. Kitzinger as the new inspector of the Western Wall.  Hitler, Blomburg and Fritsch hand signed the order in Berlin on Oct 26 1934.

With the document is a vintage photograph showing Hitler with Goebbels, Frick, Blomberg, Robert Ley and Von Frisch at the 1936 Olympic Games. Blomberg is the tall General in the center while Von. Fritsch is at the far right. So “Meine Damen und Herren” you see before you possibly the greatest Hitler signed document offered on the World Wide Web.  It is also ultra-important to the history of the German army as well. The document is framed nicely in a fine gilt presentation with special conservation museum handling with non-glare glass and 100% cotton-fiber material as to the matting, the document is not glued down, rather it is professionally mounted with acid-free water soluble material mountings. The glass is UV-filtering glass; in other words the effect is great, but more importantly this precious document is sealed and presented with all the professional care it deserves. We are talking about an ultra important historical document here, the size of the frame is 25 x 16. The size of the actual document is 8 x 11 inches. The period photo measures about 9 x 7. This fantastic, outstanding acquisition is one of Germania’s paramount discoveries. We are most extraordinarily proud to offer it to the museum or collector who is serious enough to recognize its prodigiously important significance. This archival treasure can definitely be called the ultimate Hitler document because of its wide range of great historical importance. We offer this great and prodigiously salient document at the very reasonable price of - - - 

PRICE: SOLD

 

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures
Distressed a bit, here

Hitler Signatures
Translated: "The leader and father of the people."

Hitler Signatures
"Men of the era."

Hitler Signatures
The dimensions of the card and something about copyright

Hitler Signatures
The Führer signs the Munich Agreement

Hitler Signatures
Hitler’s early signing: items important and trivial

Hitler Signatures
Adolf Hitler signing various items political and for an admiring public

Postcard Signed by Adolf Hitler (Item AHSIG 1-6)

DESCRIPTION: Before 1935 or so, Adolf Hitler signed his name on thousands of documents, postcards, autographs, books, etc. After 1935, he seldom signed anything except for extremely important documents such as Knight’s Cross awards and high promotions. Hitler’s signatures on common documents were either autopenned, or printed along with the rest of the document. We have often seen Hitler’s signature in blue print (looking like ink) while the rest of the document is printed in black print—these are often taken as being authentic signatures. While these documents are certainly authentic, the Führer did not sign these by his own hand. To find an authentic signature of Hitler’s is seldom accomplished, indeed. In our opinion, this postcard is clearly one of those rare finds. We have relied mainly upon the book Leaders & Personalities of the Third Reich: Their Biographies, Portraits, and Autographs by the late Charles Hamilton. Mr. Hamilton makes several relevant points in determining whether a purported signature of Hitler’s is authentic. One of the important factors he mentions is that it’s vastly important to observe in the “Hitler” part of “A. Hitler” that the lines of writing cross each other at the “f” in “A . . . f,” and the bar crossing of the capital “H.” The first part of the Hitler signature is a squiggle that no one today can read or fathom, but we suspect that it is the “A” followed by the “f” as in the word “Adolf.” This signature—notwithstanding what we have said about Hitler’s not signing much in the way of souvenir signatures after 1935—seems to be typical of his signature style as seen in 1936 and beyond. However, we know if some highly respected dignitary came to his office in the Chancellery with a daughter who was seeking an autograph, it’s unlikely the Führer would not condescend to grant such a special favor. This card is printed on the usual and typical paper stock of cream-colored postcard material that is rather porous in its makeup. Because of this, some areas of the signature have some slight, minute, white markings within the ink that has seeped through the paper from natural ink absorption. The card depicts the Führer in his usual demeanor and countenance that is typical for the period from 1934 through 1936. The card measures 6 x 4 ¼ inches and on the back it says (translated): “Men of the period Nr. 1-The leader and father of the people.” There’s also a lot of information about the manufacturer and promoter of the series. The card is in fair shape with a crease here and there at the corners and some more serious crinkling at the left corner section. Someone at least preserved it, but not in the manner of a museum-trained, professional researcher. As a longtime collector/dealer in such things, I certify that this is an original-period postcard from the era, and an authentic signature of Adolf Hitler.

PRICE: $2,400.00

 

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Postcard Signed by Hitler (Item AHSIG 1-7)

DESCRIPTION: Here is an early postcard signed by Hitler that depicts him in his brown outfit he was often seen wearing during the days of the “Kampfzeit” (“The Struggle for Power”). This picture postcard shows the future Führer as he looked before he led the ill-fated “Putsch,” the attempt on November 8 and 9, 1923, to take over the Bavarian government. His uniform after this would have included the ribbon for the “Order of the Blood.” This was the most-sacred medal of the Third Reich and was worn in the flap of the wearer’s right pocket. The lack of this medal-ribbon tells us that this picture was as early as pre-1920. The card measures the usual European size of 3 ½ x 5 ½ inches and is in good *plus shape (no creases, no damage at all.) Cards like this were sold in these pre-“Machtergreifung” days (ascension of power) in 1933, but also afterwards and as late as 1939. This card was produced and sold probably in 1933 or1934 and was one of thousands that showed the leader in his early NSDAP days. Why do we know this?, because although he is depicted in the photo in the early garb, the picture identification in the left bottom reads “Reichskanzler Adolf Hitler” and we know he did not have that title until he was appointed to that office by the Reich’s President Paul von Hindenburg. It was Adolf Hitler who adopted the title Führer and Reichskanzler combining his positions in party and government. This was soon understood to mean “head of state” and “head of government.” On the back of the card you can see that it is like any other postcard of the period with a statement where the postage stamp would go, “Echte Photograpie” (Original Photography), and on the front in the bottom-right corner is the number and letter “R-102.”

The Signature

There is no question that this is an original signature. If you will read about the signature in the writings above in Item AHSIG 1-6 you will see that this signature is a bit different. However, we know that his writing changed over time—even from year to year—, but we checked both this one and the one above and both fit all the specifications required. The tiny dots associated with an ink signature are plainly there with all the other items that are clarified in the writing in the card above. This can be officially verified as the original signature of Adolf Hitler. Yes, we have said that the Führer did not often sign even fairly important documents after 1935, excepting, of course, documents of heroism for his soldiers such as Knight’s Cross awards. For children, though, he often relaxed this rule, as he genuinely loved the tiny folk of Germany. Therefore, if little Hans or Elsa shoved a postcard to him, he almost never could refuse. For the little tyke to break through the cordon of SS-Leibstandarte guards would seem impossible. I have talked to many people—now elderly—who told me that kindly SS men, who also adored the little blond, blue-eyed children, made exceptions and the kids were often actually assisted in their adventurous quest to have the signature of their leader and Germany’s future Führer.

PRICE: $2,200.00

 

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures
The cancelled stamp

Hitler Signatures
The address

Hitler Signatures
The message

Hitler Signatures

Signed and Dedicated Postcard by Adolf Hitler (Item AHSIG 1-8)

DESCRIPTION: This postcard was sent on October 26, 1934, from Gladenburg, Germany, to a man named Wilhelm Piefke. Here is our take on this: The Nuremberg Parteitag (N.S. Rally) was held September 5-10, 1934. This greeting was sent to our Willi in October 1934. Now the question!!! Could the man who sent it had been at attendance at the rally in September and been one of the lucky ones who managed to get close enough to the Führer to procure this precious signature and then sent it to his friend Willi? This would be logical because Wilhelm Piefke’s address includes the Gauführer School in Frankfurt. a. Main. So it seems that Willi was in the Hitler Youth special school for future leaders of the Reich. What youth of the regime wouldn’t be thrilled to receive this very special card? The sender’s name does not show up, but after heartfelt greetings he says: “. . . also from Kathe.” I believe we have two National Socialist comrades here who adored their leader like all the youth of Germany. The 1934 Party Rally was the greatest of all of the Party Days because this was the one that Leni Riefenstahl made the classic film entitled Triumph of the Will and it is known that Hitler gave out more signatures here than any other place before it or after. Also noted is that not only did he sign the card, but he wrote a short message preceding his signature. Hitler loved children. He saw in these little folk the future of Germany. Unfortunately, millions of them died in the allied bombings and in the horrible aftermath of the horrid fratricidal war, The Bad war!!! On the card’s upper-left corner he writes “Mit den besten Wünchen” followed by his signature. The picture on the postcard shows him with a blond-headed little girl whom you will see again on our site at the Adolf Hitler section at Item AH 13-5. This little tyke, like so many other children from the Berchtesgaden area, were often guests at Hitler’s Berghof Alpine retreat. This particular little girl is seen in several photographs with the Führer. It is supposed that Hitler particularly liked her as she was so typical of the Aryan child: beautiful, charming, and ‘Teutonic’! The card is in typical postcard size: 4 x 3 ½ inches. It has a canceled Hindenburg postage stamp.

The Card’s Translation:

Dear Willi,
Thank you for the letter. I suppose you too have been waiting to receive a letter from me, but I did just not have the time with W-Day coming up. We will be in Frankfurt next Sunday in the auto. So dear Wilhelm you can start making plans, we will arrive around 3-4 P.M. so let’s hope nothing happens meanwhile. Heartfelt greetings also from- -Kathe. We will stay over on Sunday.
To: Herr Wilhelm Piefke
Frankfurt A Main, Gauführer School
Schwarzwald Straße 160

So here it is. Based on long experience I can certify that this card bears Hitler’s genuine writing and his signature. All points are noted against other genuine signatures by the Führer and the provenance legend is certainly valid and reasonable. This is a very rare item, but very reasonably priced.

PRICE: $2,200.00

 

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures

Hitler Signatures
General Erick Hansen

Hitler Signatures
General Arthur Hauffe

Hitler Signatures
Supreme Commander of the German Army, Walther von Brauchitsch

Hitler Signatures
Von Brauchitsch with Hitler

Hitler Signatures
Here is the uniform Hitler wore after 1939

Hitler Signatures
General Walther von Brauchitsch

Hitler Signatures
The Führer signs similar documents.

An Important Document Signed by Adolf Hitler and Walther von Brauchitsch (Item AHSIG 1-9)

DESCRIPTION: Here is one of the best Hitler hand-signed documents that we have seen in a very long time. It is a very nice, clearly signed signature and has the letter of authenticity from PSA DNA authentication services. We really did not need this, but the former owner thought it might be good to have. The document is for two appointments and orders concerning two German officers. First cavalry officer General Erick Hansen (1889-1967) is ordered to command of LIV Corps, which he would lead in the invasion of the Crimean Peninsula and to head the army mission in Romania. The other order within the document refers to General Arthur Hauffe (1892-1944) and he is being appointed to the staff of the army mission to Romania. In that post he would personally sign all official orders that fall into the official affairs of that office and administration. Later, he would essentially abandon his command and this might have led to the annihilation of the three army corps in the Brody Salient. This, however, needs further investigation and possible revision. Hauffe was the recipient of the Knight’s Cross and it was awarded along with many other decorations for bravery and leadership. This provokes the question of his alleged desertion for sure. General Erik Hansen also received the Knight’s Cross and had an illustrious military career. Aggressive and capable he was General Field Marshal Erich von Manstein’s most trusted commander. These were highly placed military personages and it is no wonder that Adolf Hitler chose them for these extremely important posts.

The Document

It is on heavy parchment paper measuring 10 ½ x 8 ½ inches. It has one minute piece at the tip of the right corner missing (I think it does not detract at all!) The heading starts with “In Namen des Deutschen Volkes” (“In the name of the German People”) and then goes on with the Führer’s orders issued at the Führerhauptquartier (Hitler’s Headquarters) dated May 31, 1941, and is printed with Der Führer. Then comes the crisp, clear, hand signature of Adolf Hitler and countersigned by the Supreme Commander of the German Army Field Marshal Walther von Brauchitsch, who was a very important personage in German military history. Notice that in true Prussian style similar to Frederick the Great, he signs in immense proportion—much larger than his chief (Prussian arrogance?) Above his signature it says: “Der Oberbefehlshaber des Heers.” Translated: “Supreme order giver of the Army.” At the bottom left it says: “Für das Oberkommando des Heeres” followed by the file number. This would indicate that this was filed in the records of the consummate top command of the German army. This is an official order from the Führer and the absolute orders of the Wehrmacht high command. It is a very important and key historical document and should be archived in a museum or fine collection. You could not have a better signature of Hitler’s.

PRICE: $3,350.00; very reasonable for such an important piece of history.

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