German ww2 Schnapps Cup
Beautiful engraving on this cup, which could be the intertwined initials "EL".
Stamped to the base with the 800 mark. The 800 mark on silver refers to the purity of the metal. Pure silver has a 1,000 grade value. Silver with an 800 grade value is a silver alloy containing 800 parts silver and 200 parts other metals. read more
German ww2 Silver Schnapps Cup
Marked "800" to the base, this super little cup is only a little over an inch and a half tall and would have been used possibly in an officers mess. These metal cups are quite rare and becoming very collectible, as it is possible to build up a large collection of these having a variety of inscriptions covering names, dates places etc. This particular example has age patina but no inscription read more
Switzerland Shooting Medal 1934
Another shooting medal, made by Huguenin Frères of Le Locle being issued at the shooting festival held in Unterkulm in Switzerland in 1934. Unterkulm is a municipality in the district of Kulm in the canton of Aargau in Switzerland.
Suspended from a black and faded blue ribbon( which would once have matched the colours of the shield) upon which is a metal tag inscribed "Kranzauszeichnun... read more
Vintage Swiss Shooting Medal
A beautifully cast swiss shooting medal, made by Huguenin Frères of Le Locle being issued at the shooting festival in Reinach in 1935. Reinach is a municipality in the district Arlesheim in the canton of Basel-Country in Switzerland.
Suspended from a black and faded blue ribbon upon which is a metal tag inscribed "Kranzauszeichnung" or shooting wreath award. read more
GERMAN WW2 High Seas Fleet War Badge
High Seas Fleet Badge (Das Flottenkriegsabzeichen) awarded for service to the crews of the Kriegsmarine High Seas Fleet, mainly of the battleships and cruisers, but also those ships that supported them operationally for which there was no other award given.
Although the award was instituted in April 1941, it could be awarded for actions that took place prior to this date and could highli... read more