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Superb LAH Officer grouping of insignia and his mounted medals, direct from the family some years back obtained by a German dealer of note, there is the officers name with the group which has yet to be successfully researched.
Character piece clearly worn and tunic removed much of the wire wrap to the piping has been lost, fortunately the runes remain mostly intact, slight moth damage to the black wool field easily repairable.
Exceptionally good condition with factory applied sleeve eagle! Coat is factory standard in every way and marked with the standard size marks. SS-Hauptscharfuhrer shoulder boards are piped either dark grey or light blue??
Collar tabs are a very nice in RZM construction machine applied , to the right sleeve is an alterkampfer chevron hand applied
Very nice ensemble!
1939 Award date to Austrian WIllibald Heiger, SS number 49321 and party number 197750, with the ring comes a full research file which includes the Officers promotions, assignments and a photo from his NSDAP file, Heiger was KIA on August 10 1944,is awards include, EK I & II, Nahkampfspange in Bronze, Inf.Sturm-Abz, and black wound badge. The ring is in well worn condition, however the inside is very clear and with a superbly engraved dedication.
In exceptionally good condition with very little wear at all, constructed in HBT material yet with all the features most often found on the smooth brushed cotton examples, for example all the factory applied buttons are the JFS '42 tropical glass type and the liner material is the tan tropical type both as found on the smooth cotton SS-BW, the size markings along with the offending SS-BW stamping in the customary left shoulder have been ink out, with a little bleed through to the outside of the blouse, camouflage colours are as bright as when they were printed,no damage rips or tears, looks to have had an arm eagle removed.Approx 36" chest.
Really the nicest set I have had! High quality supple condition all fittings present and correct!
Straps have been personalised by the original owner Onni Jalkanen 6/SS-AR 5, research has found a Finnish soldier of that name died Sept. 1941, February '41 a 600 man Finnish battalion was formed and served with Wiking as a closed unit, and fought on the Eastern front.
Just very light wear, silver finish remains to recesses of reverse, full working order, comes with a shortened belt leather minus adjusting strap.
Near MINT full length couple of tiny 'nicks' toward ends
Extremely nice example, vivid strong colours, white side is also very clean, complete with all ties and waist belt, sleeve reinforcements remain, just minor wear to high friction areas.
Formerly the property of Gestapo SD officer SS-Sturmbannfuhrer and Kriminalrat Paul Winzer .
The tunic surfaced in South America some years along with his evening tuxedo. The tunic is in fine condition with no damage or mothing, typical of the white material it has gone to a more cream colour over the years, and shows some light storage spotting, the tunic is beautifully tailored by Herpich, Berlin, complete with Winzers name tag sewn into the pocket, all insignia is hand applied and the SD green shoulder boards are slip on with screw posts,inside is beautifully fully lined with white silk, and has glove pockets in the tails.
With the tunic comes over 70 pages of research including photos of him, Winzer was certainly an extremely interesting individual, close to Himmler and Heydrich and involved with a plot involving the Duke of Windsor in an effort to make a peace plan, this career SD Gestapo officer was the architect of the Spanish KZ system, and responsible for shipping Deutsch Reds back to Germany, the Spanish KZ camps that Winzer had established were at the end of the civil war then used for forced labour of the reds to rebuild the country.
This was a true Nazi Gestapo officer a ruthless intriguer, who feigned his own death and escaped to South America, subsequently on a list of wanted Nazi war criminals.
Fascinating history with further research to be done.
See also stock numbers :- 5081, 5082, 5083, 5084.
Near MINT Lago marked.
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