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Grey/green leather strap, white leather slide. White crown dark blue oval acorn with black infil to the base.
Strap,has at some point been snapped and repaired.
Most unusual Assman and DRGM marked spring clip sewn into what could be termed a "key fob" arrangement. Tear dropped shaped fob section is grey silk like material sewn at the edges incorporating the clip in the lower end.
Despite having no swastica insets, this pommel demonstrates an excellent cast and much period hand enhancing. Appears to be a typical heart shaped Eickhorn product with an intact internal thread.
Early variation knot having a grey/green leather strap, silver/green cap and oval, silver acorn. Base of acorn with green/gold strapping.
Early period worn example in excellent condition.
Grey leather strap, blue leather slide, white "wool" type crown and green acorn. Green felt infil to acorn base showing minor moth nip.
Often found with Luftwaffe hangers, brown leather strap has been folded and riveted to enclose a teardrop clothes protector and an Assman marked spring clip. Leather has embossed line decoration to the edges and shows storage wear only, clip with minimal age toning.
Old stock recently discovered in a military outfitters having original stock marking to the reverse.
Press photograph from 1958, at which point the fascist movement was still active in England. Mosley is seen leaving a campaign meeting in Trafalgar Square surrounded by his supporters.
This was published in 1980 following the death of Mosley in Paris. He was 84 years of age.
The photo shows Mussolini with Mosley at a fascist rally in Rome in the early 1930's
Unused postcard showing Oswald Mosley and his blackshirts marching tomWestminster Abbey in 1922.
Manufactured by the Roden company in London, and stamped to the rear to reflect this. Circular, Thin metal construction with cut out lightning bolt. Original fixing pin secured to the rear.
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