Specialized in original pilot and flight related uniforms, flight jackets, caps, medals, badges, insignia and equipment of the German Luftwaffe during World War II.
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  • Uniforms attributed to Knights Cross or German Cross recipients.
  • Officer's flight blouses and service tunics of the Flight branch.
  • All types of issued flight jackets with eagle and/or rank insignia.
  • Private purchase (Hartmann type) flight jackets with insignia and/or provenance.
  • Summer flight jackets and pants (blue and mediterranean types).
  • Reserve officer's insignia with the blue secondary color.
  • Any Third Reich clothing tailored or manufactured in Denmark during the German occupation.

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Well worn cross marked 6 on the pin (Fritz Zimmermann, Stuttgart)
No makermark, excellent condition
Very nice badge with tight rivets.
The case is just a repro and not included.
This so called 'true Deumer' or 'double Deumer' is a rare badge, and among all the Pilot's Badge designs, it is, in my opinion, the finest.
This particular example is all intact and in very fine shape with most of the original finish remaining, and just the right amount of patina!
The case is just a repro and not included.
This JMME Pilot's badge is in excellent condition with a wonderful patina.
This is a super nice set in excellent condition.
The badge has only very light wear and patina - it's hard to see in the photo because of the patina, but it has quite a bit of the frosting still. This one was never cleaned!
The textbook OM case is likewise in very fine condition with a fully functional closing mechanism.
Very nice J2 with the name 'Kurt Müller' lightly scratched on one side of the back of the wreath. On the opposite side is an even lighter scratching which reads 'Besswitz' and some more which I can't read. It might be possible to do some further research on this.
Badge is in very nice condition with most of the frosting remaining.
It comes with an expertise from Militaria-Berlin stating a value of 945 euro.
Case is a repro and only used as background.
This great little grouping consists of the following:
- Juncker 2nd model pilot's badge in excellent condition with name and award date professionally engraved.
- Pilot's badge award document with name and award date matching the badge!
- Promotion document for the rank of Feldwebel.
- DAF member book for Keller as a confectioner.
- Youth hostel permit
- Insurance card and 3 other small papers
All items are wartime or pre-war, except a post-war student's card from a film school.
Comes with a certificate of au..
These alu J2 badges are really hard to find, and when they do pop up, they usually have one or more repairs.
This one has a repaired catch but is otherwise minty and very detailed.
Often the rivets are visible on the front of the wings, but this it not the case here.
Very displayable.
The case is just a repro used as backround, and not included.
Excellent Pilot's Badge made by Berg & Nolte Lüdenscheid.
High quality tombak badge with well preserved blackening on the eagle and silvering on the wreath.
This is in my opinion the most elegant design among all the different makers.
Note: The box used as background is a repro and not included.
An excellent specimen marked '65' for Klein & Quenzer.
Hard to upgrade this one.
Very nice looking example of the rare and sought after pilot's badge from the OM maker.
Shows overall wear but nothing detracting and it retains nice detail.
Note: The box used as background is a repro and not included.
Wonderful J3 with very little wear and almost full frosting.
The best I've seen in years.
Note: The box used as background is a repro and not included.
Very nice example of the heavy, medium and dive bombers operational flying clasp in gold.
Early quality piece made of tombak.
The clasp is 100% intact and the gold finish is very well preserved all over the surface.
Very attractive Pilot's Badge by the company C. E. Juncker, Berlin SW.
This is a textbook example of the third and heaviest pattern. The badge is completely untouched and has a beautiful patina which enhances the fine details!