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National Socialist Bread Plate (Item NSD 11-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a genuine Third Reich bread plate, which was considered an important cultural and spiritual item in the NS psyche and agenda. This plate has the Sonnenrad swastika in the center. This is a Hakenkreuz that depicts the holy swastika as the embodiment of the eternal moving sun. As the sun gives heat and light to the earth, the NS social plan gives the same to the people of Germany. The bread plate has always been a symbol of reverence to Christians throughout Europe. The usage was basically the same. Bread was the staff life and often the wording would be: “Gibt uns Heute unser täglich Brot,” “Give us today our daily bread.” On this example the wording is: ‘Aller dinge born ist das Samenkorn,” “All things come from grain.” The plate is about 11 inches in diameter and, of course, constructed from the sacred oak of Teutonic saga. As oak will do after 50 or 60 years, it will invariably crack to some extent and there are cracks to be seen on the face of this plate, but they are superficial and not threatening to the piece. This is a beautiful carving and certainly important to any advanced collector of deeper meaning cultural item of the Reich.

PRICE:  $885.00

 

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Great Paper Grouping (Item NSD 11-3)

DESCRIPTION: This is a mixed grouping of odd titles, pictures, speech texts, etc., at a grab bag bargain price. The group is nice cross spectrum of what Germania handles. “Super bargain.”

No. 1: A booklet published by the Deutsche Arbeits Front about the wretched fate of workers under the communist and international socialists systems. Fifty-two pages with a few picture.

No. 2: A great color print depicting Adolf Hitler in the brown Kampfzeit uniform with a facsimile copy of his signature. This is a 100-percent period original as sold to patriots for framing.

No. 3: A printed message from a speech by Adolf Hitler at the Party Congress of 1938 at Nuremberg. The Führer discloses that the golden capitalistic democracy and parliamentarianism march hand in hand with Marxism and Bolshevism and only can be defeated by National Socialism. It has album punch holes, but still can be effectively framed.

No. 4: A Third Reich-era telegram depicting a training vessel under sail as it approaches a German liner. This was officially from the German Post Office System (Deutsches Reichspost).

No. 5: A nude study done in the Third Reich and is a print of one of the famous studies of the feminine form featured in a special display at the Haus der Deutschen Kunst in Munich. It measures 9 1/2 x 12 inches, is absolutely original, and on hard card-like paper stock.

No. 6: A print in color of the Luftwaffe Flackartillery standard. We don’t know how old this is, but it has age. It measures 8 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches. Nice!

No. 7: A copy of the German Army magazine Der Wehrmacht. It has 21 pages with many action pictures and text. It’s holding together, but back cover page is missing.

No. 8: A copy of the Third Reich-era Illustrirte Zeitung form Liepzig, October 1932, with a great feature of von Hindenburg’s birthday celebration.

No. 9: A restricted FM-E 101-10 publication of the U.S War Department titled “Staff Officers Field Manual on Enemy Forces, Organizations, Technical, and Logistical Data’ dated October 20, 1942. This is part one German forces and part two Japanese and measures 7 x 9 inches. It’s in good condition except for the cover. It must have been in dampness and water stained. The interior pages are fine.

No. 10: Wille und Macht, the leadership organ of the National Socialist Youth (Hitler Youth). This is the official HJ leader’s Zeitung. It’s 40 pages long featuring the dance of the death and destruction wood-block prints of Fritz Richter of Berchtesgaden. There is a stamp on the cover that says ‘Printed in Germany.’ This is part of a group that we bought in Buffalo, New York, form a former member of the German-American Bund.

No. 11: A Hitler Youth booklet form the collection of the SS-Totenkopf Standarte Oberbayern. We managed to buy hundred of books from this former archive collection a few years back. The booklet is titled Hitlerjungen Hinterm Pflug, Hitler Youth Behind the Plough. It’s dated September 23, 1936. This is an important historical treatise, but being from the Totenkopf library makes this one worth the price of the whole offered group.

No. 12: Another book from the Totenkopf library. This one is Gerhard Sach’s Deutsche aus Freiwild. The story is about the British terror against the German colonials in the world war. Again, this is one of the books from the library of the SS-Totenkopf Standarte Oberbayern. It measures 5 1/2 x 8 inches and has 64 pages.

No. 13: A booklet printed in Paderborn 1934, also from the SS-Totenkopf Standarte Oberbayern, Die Behandlung des Auslanddeutschtums im Deutschunterricht. It measures 5 1/2 x 8 inches and has 32 pages.

No. 14: An Arbeitsbuch. This is a work-record book for a laborer or white-collar worker where al his record of accomplishments would be entered. This one was issued, but never filled out except for an entry on January 20, 1939. I guess he liked work almost as well as we do.

No. 15: A very nice grouping of Notgild inflationary money; the type although beautifully printed in the 1920, would take bushels of them to buy a quart of milk. The individual state banks printed them. These are from the northern cities of Bremen and Hamburg and are in denominations of $10,000, $50,000, and $100,000 marks. Don’t spend them all in one place!

No. 16: Two original royal program pieces. One is a music program from the Royal Hohenzollern Palace at Potsdam dated October 26, 1905. It lists the various orchestral pieces to be performed in honor of the 4th Guard Regiment of Foot. The other is a menu card for a special luncheon with the emperor in Lublin in 1896. The list of delicacies for the day re listed. Both are quite rare!

PRICE: $350.00; probably worth at least $1,000.00

 

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Book Die Strassen Adolf Hitlers, The Roads of Adolf Hitler (Item NSD 11-4; AH 16-4)

DESCRIPTION: This is a beautiful little rare edition of the story of the German autobahn, one of the great achievements of the National Socialist Party and its leader, Adolf Hitler. Actually, this was the world’s first super highway. We have them to thank for this technical wonder of the earth. The foreword is by Dr. Fritz Todt, the general inspector for German autobahn construction and the father of advanced road construction. It’s about 65 pages long and measures 9 x 6 inches. It was produced in the Baujahr (building year) of 1933/1934 and released in May 1935. There are 60 full-color artistic renderings of the “great road” in construction and also pictures of completed sections. This is an excellent memento of possibly the most historically important project of the 20th century. This is a terrific book for the NSDAP collector or the serious collector of automobile-related subjects. It’s in fine condition throughout.

PRICE: $278.00; rare

 

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Book The International Jew by Henry Ford (Item NSD 11-5)

DESCRIPTION: The book Der Internationale Jude, published in 1922 by the Hammer Verlag in Leipzig, was the famous book put together from various articles published in the American journal, “The Dearborn Independent.” It is a very rare original edition seldom found, especially in this condition. It is printed, of course, in German and consists of 353 pages. It is printed in Fractur (German script). It measures 5 3/4 x 8 1/2 inches and is in extremely good condition. Hitler admired Ford as an American, although he didn’t like many Americans. Ford and Charles Lindbergh were among the few because of their Weltblick, world view.

PRICE: Sold

 

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Book Das Buch der N.S.D.A.P., “The Book of the N.S.D.A.P. (Item NSD 11-6)

DESCRIPTION: Here is the bible of the NSDAP; the all-around best chronicle of the Nazi Movement by Walter M. Espe. This book was rare after 1933, even in Germany. It was a limited publication and because the foreword is written by Ernst Röhm, the deposed and executed SA leader. Some of the pages do praise him and his leadership. The book was suppressed and all copies in bookstores were confiscated by the SA and SS. It comprises 365 pages with 168 pictures including charts. At the back of the book are charts and diagrams depicting flags, collar tabs, insignia, organization tables. All the chapter headings are preceded with dramatic art depicting the history and struggle of the party. It measures 7 x 10 inches and is almost 2 inches thick. The cover has a marbleized look with leather spine cover and matching leather corners. It’s in generally good condition with tiny evidences of some scuffing on the leather. It is a wonderful edition possibly the rarest book of the Bewegung (movement) ever offered.

PRICE: $750.00; don’t gasp! It’s the best

 

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N.S. Kyffhäuser Monument in Meissen Porcelain (Item NSD 11-7; VETS 1-13)

DESCRIPTION:Here is a beautiful Meissen wall-hanging plate depicting the monument to the Emperor Kaiser Wilhelm I and his son, Frederick II. It was at this place that German veterans formed the Kyffhäuserbund the League of Veterans of the Wars. They based their organizational beliefs around the saga of Emperor Freidrich Barbarossa, the charismatic leader who died in 1190, while on a crusade. A fantastic statue cut in stone is seen at the back f the monument. According to legend, Barbarossa is not dead but sleeps in a hidden chamber underneath the Kyffhäuser monument. As in the similar legend of King Arthur, Barbarossa supposedly awaits his country’s hour of greatest need, when he will emerge once again form under the mountain to save the German nation and viciously crush its oppressors. The presence of ravens circling the Kyffhäuser summit is said to be a sign of Barbarossa’s continuing presence. In any case, this monument and holy mountain became a place of high and sacred reverence to not only ex-soldiers of the wars 1870-1914, but also to the N.S. Party. The plate clearly states that it is from the Reichskriegerbund of the National Socialist Party (NSDAP). It measures 6 3/4 inches in diameter and is in pristine condition. This is an important historical find and more than worthy of being added to any Germanophile’s collection. Meissen!

PRICE: $565.00

 

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Porcelain Day Badge for Exhibition (Item NSD 11-8; ART 11-6)

DESCRIPTION:This beautiful little badge, or sometimes known as a tinny, is from a very important exhibition of the porcelain arts held in the city of Weiden in the area of Germany known as the Oberpfalz. This town has long been known as a center for the manufacture of fine porcelains and kitchen-table china, as well. Most of the dinnerware from the tables of WWII military groups was produced by Bauscher Weiden. You have probably seen their mark on many pieces of white stoneware the military and semimilitary. Also, each had the symbol of their individual corporations such as Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine, DAF, SS, etc. The Weiden mark is an oval with Bauscher Weiden around its inner dimension. In the middle are the letters ‘BW.’ The badge is made of the finest white hard-paste porcelain with a bank of orange flashing. At the top it says ‘Bayer Ostmark’ (Eastern Bavaria) and ‘Nat. Soz. Grenzland Kundgebung.’ This stands for ‘National Socialist Border and Exhibition.’ Under this is ‘Weiden Obpf.’ and the date of the exhibition ‘28. Mai 1933;’ the year of the ascension of Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP. The eagle and swastika on the piece are in the early preelection style known as the Kampfzeitadler. The coat of arms is the city Wappen, or logo for Weiden still used today and first granted 15 January 1516, from Prince Ludwig of the Pfalz. We have made this a rather lengthy description, it is true, but it is because we feel that this little Tag Abzeichen is very rare and prodigiously important not only to NSDAP history, but to the advanced porcelain collector or researcher as well.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Rings of the Pact of Steel (Item NSD 11-9; I-FAS 3-2; AH 16-8)

DESCRIPTION: Now, finally, because of some negotiations in Germany, we at Germania are able to offer some of the most beautiful rings of NS Germany. These rings are 100-percent original and are the most important of all the art of the finger ring in military or political history. They were designed and produced by one of the most talented jewelry artisans in the turbulent years of the 1930-1940s. See. About Our Rings. This man (the jeweler) was a firm patriot in the NS ideology as well as a master artisan in jewelry arts. He had contracts with the NS Government as well as commissions with many of the famous firms that produced jewelry themselves, or contracted out to dependable artists, such as this man. Before we go into the description of these fabulous rings we thought to give a capsule review of the background of the fascist leader, Benito Mussolini. Most of customers are very familiar with the life and “(Mein Kampf),” struggle and victory of Adolf Hitler, but the saga of Mussolini is usually unknown to the collectors of German WWII relics. Yet, we feel it is important to at least give a glimpse of the life of this amazing man, at least up to the time of the signing of the Pact of Steel that these rings commemorate. Benito Mussolini was born on July 29, 1883, in the village of Predappio. He was born into a socialist-oriented family. His father often encouraged Benito to (disobey authority) (other than his own). He became a flaming socialist in his younger years. He was never baptized as a child. The parents were agnostics. He had a turbulent childhood and was in constant trouble with the school officials and neighbors. He was expelled from school. He did, however, eventually receive good grades and qualified as an elementary schoolmaster in 1901. He immigrated to Switzerland in 1902, after getting involved with the socialist movement there, was deported, but later returned and found a job in Trento (ethnically Italian, but under the control of Austria-Hungary). There he edited a socialist newspaper. But in this period his political views started to radically change and the emergence of the utopian fascist state started to form in his thinking, and a section of revolutionary syndicalists broke with the socialists over the issue of Italy’s entry into the First World War. The ambitious Mussolini sided with them. After WWI broke out these syndicalists formed a group called Fasci d’azione rivoluzionaria internalista. Mussolini’s perceptions had done an about face under the fascist banner of authority and national ideology. He was able to bring the needed message that international communism was the greatest danger to the peace and tranquility of Europe. Rapidly abandoning his early socialist and republican leanings he finally put himself at the people’s service of antisocialist causes. The fascist militias supported by the wealthy classes and even government and state apparatuses saw him as the restorer of order. After a turbulent period in the life of Benito Mussolini as a rabble-rouser, editor of newspapers of the socialist international such as Il Popolo (The People), the swing over to fascism is well documented. We will not trace it entirely, here. The word fascio existed in Italian politics for some time and Mussolini, being then at the time of WWI and also being that he was the editor of the persuasive newspaper, Avanti, his influence was needed to bring Italy to the side of Britain and France. Called to military service, Mussolini was wounded in grenade practice in 1917 and returned to edit his paper. Fascism became an organized political movement following a meeting in Milan on March 29, 1919, and it was Benito who founded the Fasci di Combattimento and destiny was sealed. The fascisti formed armed squads of war veterans called squadristi to terrorize and combat anarchists, socialists, and communists and they did a jolly good job of that delightful pastime. Later, Mussolini was invited by Vittorio Emanuele III to form a new government. At the age of 39 he became the youngest premier in the history of Italy (October 31, 1922). Contrary to some historical opinion, the (March on Rome) was merely a victory parade. Power had already been granted. Mussolini assumed the premiership of a right-wing coalition cabinet initially including members of the pro-Catholic Church Partito Popolare (People’s Party). The opposition, however, operated under anarchists, communists, other undesirables, and dangerous fanatics. There was even an assassination attempt by a rodent-faced anarchist by the name of Michael Schirru. Luckily this scruffy malefactor was subdued and subsequently captured and righteously executed. Il Duce had a 21-year rule and he was responsible for fantastic agrarian reforms and great public construction projects. He made the trains run on time. He countered effectively economic setbacks maintaining steady and health employment levels. He combated an economic recession by introducing the Gold for the Fatherland initiative by encouraging the public to voluntarily donate gold jewelry such as necklaces and wedding rings to government officials in exchange for steel rings, armbands, etc. Bearing the words “Gold for the Fatherland,” the collected gold was then melted down and turned into gold bars which were then distributed to the national banks for distribution to the needy in the form of necessary food and clothing. Efforts such as these gradually earned him the support and true allegiance of the vast majority of the people of Italy. Furthermore, he rebuilt the wealth and morale of the people, and obviously improved the national living standard, and gave Italy a highly regarded diplomatic front in the courts of Europe. In 1939, a concordat with the Vatican was signed and the independence of Vatican City was recognized by the Italian state. In 1927, Mussolini was baptized by a Roman Catholic priest. Now he was recognized by the Church and most Catholics now supported him, wholly. He was Il Duce and the people of Italy saw him as the return of Julius Caesar with the glory of ancient Rome now reestablished. Unfortunately, he dreamed of a Mediterranean Mare Nostrum, ‘our sea’ in Latin. This led eventually to his downfall. The invasion of Ethiopia was accomplished effectively with superior weapons and manpower. This was, however, very unfortunate for many reasons, but especially because Il Duce, admired by much of the world as a man of peace, now was viewed as a bully personified. Horrible atrocities attended every victory in Africa. His active intervention in 1936-1939 on the side of Franco ended any possibility of reconciliation of diplomatic relations with France and Britain both of which favored the communist side of the affair. As a result, he had no choice but to accept the German annexation of Austria in 1938. This confirmed his axis with Germany sealed with the Pact of Steel in May 1939. Had Mussolini, in this author’s opinion, acted with complete accordance with the agenda of the National Socialist government, WWII would have had a far different ending and Europe would never have fallen under the Iron Curtain. Communism would have only been a bad memory of the 1920s and early 1930s. (It would have been no more.) But, on his own, he annexed Albania on October 28, 19???. He attacked Greece and after an initial success, the Italians were repelled by a relentless Greek counterattack which resulted in the loss of one fourth of Albania until Adolf Hitler was forced to assist him by attacking Greece, as well. I believe at this moment the Second World War was lost. Mussolini was a great man and truly was a leader reminiscent of the Caesars, but driving ambition was the ruination of this human dynamo and unfortunately it took him down and central Europe with him. The Italian WWII misadventures, especially the Greek fiasco, was almost positively the reason that Hitler’s Wehrmacht missed its chance to defeat Russia by being too late by crucial weeks caused by having its mighty army bogged down in combat with the Greeks while aiding the beaten Italians. The Germans would have avoided the Russian winter and in a few weeks would have, without any doubt, raised the Reichskriegsflagge over the Kremlin, itself. The Russian people would have been liberated, communism destroyed forever, and Europe would have been finally united. This is my historical opinion and is shared by many historians today. It was downhill for Benito Mussolini; a good man with just too many imperial ambitions.

Pact of Steel


On 22 May 1939, the Pact of Friendship and Alliance that had already existed between NS Germany and fascist Italy became the Pact of Steel. It was signed by the foreign ministers of each country--Count Galeazzo Ciano (who was Mussolini’s’ son-in-law, but, later, Mussolini had him executed when he favored a separate peace with the Allies and called for his resignation) for Italy, and Joachim von Ribbentrop for Germany. It obliged the two nations to aid the other immediately, militarily or otherwise, in the event of war was declared and of course to collaborate in military and wartime production. The pact ensured that neither country was able to make peace without the agreement of the other. The event of the signing of the agreement was a great catastrophic event in both Italy and Germany. The subsequent events that transpired still divide historians from both Italy and Germany today. German historians say that had this pact never existed Germany would have either won the war, or at least been able to maintain a favorable balance in European affairs and England’s power seriously diminished, or the invasion and occupation of the island completely accomplished, and Soviet Russia very successfully crushed and communism wiped off the earth. As a historian this had long been my considered view. On the other side of the coin Italian revisionists blame Italy’s loss and Mussolini’s murder at the door of the pact, and they claim that it was the amalgamation of the Italian government with NS Germany and Hitler that brought the nation down. In any case, it was an idea that in its time was welcomed and applauded by the concerned people of the times.

The Pact of Steel Rings


This takes us now to the jewelry studio and workshop of the man who produced so much in fashionable and eminently patriotic jewelry for the famous firms of the Third Reich. See the recounting of this at About Our Rings. When the pact was signed our jeweler extraordinaire immediately set to work designing a set of commemorative rings that would honor the great event. He designed a pair of rings so profoundly beautiful that the artist considered them to be practically his crowning achievement surpassing practically all his other efforts. The theme of course for the set would be the German and Italian leaders, Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini. The artist’s son later told us that this was, for the most part, experimental and the project was completed with a few examples produced, but only a few were ever purchased by one of the major jewelry companies and that he thought that certain of the pact participants received them and he thought that Göring, Goebbels, and some of the other NS leaders received them, and also some of the Italian leaders such as Il Duce, himself, and Count Ciano and the Italian Ambassador, Bernardo Attolico. The rings were part of a huge purchase. Some problems are still in litigation between Germania International, LLC and the German dealers who were involved in the initial purchase. We are prevailing, but some of the items are only now being revealed and are currently surfacing for our presentation to you. The matter is well in hand, at least we believe so, and because of successful litigation many of the rarest of the jewelry will now be available. It is now possible to purchase the Mussolini ring in several versions and in a limited supply. The Hitler ring that matches it will be available eventually (we hope). The styling of the rings is fashioned in similar manner as the Victory Rings. See the Das Heers Victory Ring, Item WEHR 3-1. This man was the only jeweler in Europe, as far as we know, who employed the enamel side panels on a ring that look so artistically stunning. The pact rings are large and dramatic as was the pact. The top of the ring is the size of an elongated U.S 25-cent piece; practically an inch from top to bottom and 3/4 inch from side to side. The fascist eagle, or aquila, stands about 1/2 an inch high on both sides of the shank. The bust portrait is about 3/4 inch high. The Mussolini pact rings were found in at least three forms as constructed by this jeweler. The first type was an all-silver ring with enameled top and side bearing the silver bust portrait of Il Duce, Mussolini. The sides bear the fascist national eagle.

The second type is the same except it has the 24-karat-gold-plated bust portrait.

The third type is the same except that the entire metal surface is gold plated. The son of our jeweler-contact told us that the all-silver one was probably the intended production model, or possibly the one with silver shank and gold-plated bust portrait was the one.

The all-gold-plated ones were in a planning stage and probably were for presentation to extremely important personages, mostly in the Italian hierarchy rather than for the Germans who still frowned on gold or gold-plated items. (The sacred Teutonic metal was silver.) The rings with the German Führer depicted would never have been accepted by the NS party officialdom. So it is obvious that they would have been for Italian distribution only (although Göring probably received one.) So far we do not have the Hitler part of the sets and we expect that we indeed will, but we do have a few of the Mussolini rings. We are they’ll be immediately popular. There is no question of that and at this time they are extremely limited. The prices are extremely reasonable for these, the most historically important and beautiful rings of the Reich. Each ring is stamped with the ‘835’ silver mark inside the shank.

PRICE: No. 1: $575.00; all silver and enameled version;
No. 2: $690.00; all silver and enameled version with gold-plated portrait bust;
No. 3: $790.00; all silver and enameled version that is completely gold plated;
No. 4: $2,800.00; solid gold version possibly available from our German connection (only three were ever produced, from our understanding)

 

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