Saxonia Militaria

Imperial German Militaria (1816-1918)

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saxoniamilitaria.com REDUCING COLLECTION of WW1 German militaria (1880-1919) of all the Imperial German states.


This is a lifetime collection of Imperial German Militaria. There is a range of German army, imperial air service and naval items. There is a remaining collection of swords, edged weapons, Pickelhauben, caps, Meutzen, Tschapkas, Shakos and Cockades, enameled state and military awards and Medals. Iron Crosses, German military Jackets, mantles, shoulder straps, epaulettes, flags and various other Imperial German artefacts. Indeed I do not know where I found the time to buy all this stuff. If you do not see what you are searching for please ask !!..There are also collections of officer’s and enlisted men’s tunics, belts and buckles, gorgets, reference books, cigarette albums, Pre and WW2 ' 3D ' Raumbilder albums and other German military regalia mostly before 1918, though with more than a few pieces from the National Socialist era before 1945.

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SITE UPDATED ON THE 21ST NOVEMBER 2018 .

RECENT BURGLARY

Our Family lost approximately £10,000  worth of goods  in our burglary all of it uninsured. (The insurance company is another storey.) Over the month since the 'break in' I have watched  11 stolen pieces  of it nearly all Iron Crosses 1st class and their cases  being sold on Ebay.UK.  for a fraction of their worth.

The police were provided with the sellers Ebay name. the lot number of each of the  stolen items  and the approximate dates of sale.

What else can a citizen do?

I have had to sit and watch  these valuable pieces being sold  over a period of  4 weeks and the police have,  as far as I can see really not achieved anything.

I E.mailed the seller ( against the advice of the police ) he replied that he didn't understand but left his real Address I gave this to the police who contacted him and he handed over all he said he had, he had no idea they were stolen. He was a liar, he gave the police empty boxes after stealing their contents which he was selling on EBay and has now completely disappeared ( what a surprise ) The police actually interviewed him and let him go as they thought he was innocent..I find that difficult to believe. The returns were worth about £400 ( out of about £3500.00 of militatria ). The police let him go !!!!! ?????? and as I mentioned he has since completely disappeared.. I give up !!

ALSO: Trying to contact Ebay.UK  "Law enforcement"  is a nightmare I  personally have  tried 15 times ( almost every  day ) and it just goes round and round. Starts off in the Philippines, you can then sent to New York, Manilla  Sheffield ? ( a false number I was given by Ebay in Manilla ) and other places that over a month I have logged. Finally you are always returned to  the Philippines call centre to yet again start the circle / circus …..with no result. It is as if they want to protect their reputation for purity and security by ignoring anything that might tarnish their image. Meanwhile Ebay is awash with stolen stuff. Ebay say that they will only act on a Police request though there appears too be no automatic Police access to their 'Law and Enforcement' section. I believe that department is a MYTH..!!

The police  must be able to disrupt Ebay organised crime. Every  Police  group dealing with Burglaries must be able to cut through Ebay.UK's  global  prevarication  to prevent these criminals selling their ill-gotten gains ( My local Police were unable to access Ebay.UK ) thus ensuring that ANY stolen goods in the UK can actually be stopped and collected so that crime actually does NOT pay………… as it does at the moment !!! Think about it £10.000.00 for an hours work!

EBAY is an open sewer of stolen goods and the police appear unable to do anything.

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VIETB. 5 GARDE KURRASSIER REGIMENT OR'S KARTUSCH POUCH BADGE.PICKELHAUBE FA FAHNE TSCHAKO

A rare original kartoush badge of the Garde Kurrassier Regiment . Eagle with sword and lighting bolts and regimental motto, ''PRO GLORIA ET PATRIA'' To the rear two rivets and hook , as is correct.Superb gilded finish . A very rare Gard Kurrassier or's pouch badge. £85./ A rare original kartoush badge of the Garde Kurrassier Regiment . Eagle with sword and lighting bolts and regimental motto, ''PRO GLORIA ET PATRIA'' To the rear two rivets and hook , as is correct.Superb gilded finish . A very rare Gard Kurrassier or's pouch badge.
Preußen feldgraue Schirmmütze für Offiziere im Garde-Kürassier-Regiment um 1916. Hohe elegante leichte Sattelform, feldgraues Tuch in Offiziersqualität, blauer Mützenbund, weiße Paspelierung, komplett mit beiden Kokarden in Offiziersausführung, schwarzer Papp-Mützenschirm. Innen mit braunem Schweißband und blauem Seidenfutter, Größe 56. Leicht getragen in gutem
Sachsen Tschapka für einen Reserve-Offizier im Ulanen-Regiment Nr. 17 Kaiser Franz Josef von Österreich Standort Oschatz, um 1910. Elegante Ledertschapka, komplett mit allen Beschlägen. Großer gewölbter Stern mit aufgelegtem versilbertem Wappen auf dem silbernen Reservekreuz, gewölbte Schuppenketten an Durchsteckrosetten, Reichskokarde, sächsisches Feldzeichen. Innen braunes Schweißleder mit Seidenbanddurchzug, grünes Seidenfutter, innen mit Papieretikett des Herstellers "Müller, Königl. Hoflieferant, Leipzig" (etwas beschädigt). Zustand 2
Hessen Pickelhaube für einen Offizier im Leibgarde Infanterie Regt. Nr. 115 Modell 1871 - 1897, um 1890. Komplett mit allen Beschlägen in vergoldeter Ausführung. Helmemblem mit großem Bandeau "1621", Kreuzblatt und Nackenschiene mit Kugelnieten, gewölbte Schuppenkette mit 1 Kokarde rechts. Innen Schweißleder mit rotbraunem Seidenfutter. Leicht getragen in sehr gutem Zustand, die Vergoldung noch sehr gut erhalten. Äußerst seltener Helm, da dieses Modell bereits 1897 durch das "neue" silberne Modell mit Stern abgelöst wurde.
Preußen Grenadiermütze für Mannschaften im 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß, Potsdam, um 1910. Kammerstück, komplett mit allen Beschlägen in versilberter Ausführung. Das Mützenblech mit dem aufgelegten Bandeau "Semper Talis". roter Tuchbeutel mit weißer Litze. Komplett mit dem seltenen original Pompom in weiß/rot. Innen gelaschtes Lederfutter. Seitlich die Befestigung Knopf 91, die Schuppenketten fehlen. Deutlich getragenes Stück, im Tuchbeutel Mottenlöcher. Im ungereinigten Originalzustand.
Preußen Tellermütze für Mannschaften der Regimenter Jäger zu Pferde um 1900. Elegantes Eigentumstück. Weiße Tellermütze mit gelber Paspelierung, dunkelgrünem Mützenbund. Komplett mit beiden Kokarden. Innen weißes Schweiß
Preußen Füsiliermütze für Mannschaften im 1. Garde-Regiment zu Fuß, 10. Kompanie Potsdam, um 1910. Kammerstück, komplett mit allen Beschlägen in versilberter Ausführung. Das Mützenblech mit dem aufgelegten Bandeau "Pro Gloria et Patria". Gelber Tuchbeutel mit weißer Litze. Komplett mit dem seltenen original Pompom in weiß/gelb. Flache silberne Schuppenketten an Knopf 91. Innen gelaschtes Lederfutter, mit eingenähtem Trägeretiket " Einj.Freiwilliger Tepohl 10. Komp. 1.G.R.z.F.". Getragenes Stück un ungereinigtem Originalzustand.band und Herstellerstempel im Seidenfutter, Größe ca 57. Leicht getragen in gutem Zustand, keine Löcher ! Eine seltene Mütze.
12IMPERIAL GERMAN AIR SERVICE OBSERVERS BADGE
By CJ Juncker also marked with half moon, crown and 800, double construction with rayed back. Some light marking to the central plaque the enamel surface ( no chips)of the central observer's plaque. This shows it was more than probably worn on active service. An original early badge in very good condition. You will not find a better or finer badge.
B. 14 IMPERIAL BAVARIAN ARMY AIR SERVICE NAMED OBSERVERS BADGE
Light weight two piece construction. Bavarian crown to top front of badge, with Oak and Laurel wreath surrounds with Observers red. black and white enamelled square no damage Rayed back . . Not maker marked Engraved around the edge of the rayed back ' Egon Frey Munchen .... Mein Jesus Barmherzigkeit ; to the centre of the badge are two numbers 94.18. Darkened finish throughout. not silver . Correct pin This is probably a family commemorative piece in memory of their Son / brother etc. Rare and interesting shows some wear.