- Created: 09/07/18
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Bryan A advertisements
Description: Thanks for reading, Jacket is on the smaller size but is in fantastic condition with minimal signs of wear, use or stains. Has sewn laundry tag on the inside with the owners name and unit along with various stamps. Comes with the Lanyard. Might consider trades for visor caps. Any questions or for more photos please let me know.
Publish Date: 10/23/18
Description: Beautiful Rad Officers Dagger with rarely seen orange grips. Features sharp blade and point, tight fitting grips, and flush scabbard with original hardware. Blade is marked Richard A Herder who made the majority of these orange handle daggers I believe. Possible consideration of trades for visor caps. If you have been searching for a orange gripped hewer you probably won't find one for a better price. Any photos or questions please let me know!
Publish Date: 11/16/18
Description: Heavy cut amber crystal Nuremberg glass featuring Adolf Hitler on reverse. This was done in 1938 and was the last year the rally took place before World War 2. This piece features an intricately hand carved portrait of Adolf Hitler and inscription "Adolf Hitler" on one side and on reverse a carved depiction of Nuremerg and inscribed "Reichsparteitag Nurnberg 1938" beneath. A silver 1935 Reichsmark is sealed at the bottom between two pieces of cut crystal and moves freely throughout the bottom chamber. Measurements: Glass is 6 1/4" tall and has a 3 1/2" outer rim and 1/4" rim. Weight: 1 lb 3 oz Hold: 13-14 oz Glass A few of the photos were taken with the glass was full. As you can see, this gives the cut glass a very clean and vibrant look. Believe is that kind of item was commissioned by someone who was in the rally or a avid supporter and a private purchase similar to how someone would purchase a custom souvenir who competed at the Olympic games. Hard to believe this thing is still in such fantastic condition considering what it is. The only visible sign of damage if you can call it that is the slight imperfect bubble under the glass near the AH portrait along with some light abrasions and scratches mainly on the bottom. Might consider trades for visor caps.
Publish Date: 09/09/18
Description: Original watercolor memorial granting Hitler honorary citizenship at Furstenfeld-Bruck. As Hitler came to power in Germany and went through towns and cities in and around Germany like a modern day politician, it was not uncommon to find such places erect memorials, present awards, and create historically significant artifacts as pay homage and showing praise to their newly elected German Savior. What is uncommon however, is that a remarkable historical artifact like this made it through all these years. Although their is no way to determine how many of these kinds of city/town treasures were actually created, it is highly unlikely that you would ever find one on the market or quite possibly even in a museum. As you can see, the painting is incredible and Donaubauer has done a wonderful job creating the scene for the momentous birth of the Third Reich. Further, his ability to set the stage and showcase such an infamous moment in Germany's significant history is easily demonstrated in the copious depictions of German culture. From the symbolic blonde haired child clutching the German flag while crushing the Russian Flag, the synonymous battleship in the background, or even the numerous subtle swastikas set around their lavish clothing attire, this piece is the epitome of Third Reich culture and heritage. Medium: Stencil and Watercolor on Wax Paper. Painting is preserved in a sealed archival document sleeve, with non-glare acrylic glass on the front. Dimensions: 11" X 14" Frame: 19 1/2" X 23 1/2", Modern gilded frame with matte and backing and wire hanger I believe the translation of the foreground reads: "Dedicated in gratefulness to the Victorious commander. President of the German Reich, unifier of all German tribes, by the municipality of Furstenfeld-Bruck on the occasion of his being made its honorary citizen. 28th May 1933." The word "Tannenburg" and "30, Januar 1933" on the scroll above, refers to the victorious Battle of Tannenburg in 1914 (which was inseparably linked with Hindenburg's Name) and the Nazi seizure of power in 1933. Furstenfeldbruck (the official spelling since 1908, but the hyphenated version is still sometimes seen today) is a town in Upper Bavaria, located some 25 kilometers away from Munich. Reichsprasident von Hindenburg, Reichskanzler Hitler and Reichsstatthalter von Epp were all made honorary citizens of Furstenfeldbruck in 1933. Artist: Wilhelm Donaubauer The Bavarian Artist Wilhelm Donaubauer was born in Ingolstadt in 1886 and died in Furstenfeldbruck in 1949. He painted mainly landscapes in Upper Bavaria. Donaubauer studied painting, architecture and art history at the Munich Art Academy under G. von Seidl. Among other things, he was a founding member of the Furstenfeldbruck artist's association and designed the local memorial for Furstenfeldbruck's elevation the status in 1935. Yet his biological details are not researched. This item is being offered from my personal collection. I might be willing to entertain best offers or if you have any visor caps your interested in parting with I might consider a trade for. Please email me if you have any questions or would like more information or photos.
Publish Date: 09/08/18