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Day 2 of 3 - Fine Arms, Armor and Sporting Guns

Tuesday, November 13, 2007  |  9:00 AM Pacific
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Over 2,400 lots of fine antique and collectible arms, period and replica armor, sporting rifles, shotguns, accessories and ammunition. Hitler's globe can be found on Day 2, lot # 1569.

Greg Martin Auctions


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Important Announcements: Hitler's globe, retrieved from Hitler's Eagle Nest by Officer John Barsamian, can be found on lot # 1569.
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Bronze World War I Sculpture "155 En Action 1915-1916-1917" Signed By G. Omerth

Lot # 1551 (Sale Order: 551 of 651)

Brown patina cast bronze, with black patina to 16 1/4-inch round barrel. Sculpture measuring 3- x 17 3/8- x 9 1/2-inches, depicting wheeled cannon with three uniformed artillery men, one clutching shell on shoulder, ready to load. Decorative base and plaque with title in relief. Signed on front right corner of terrain "G. Omerth." Weight, 41.45 lbs.
Condition: Very good to fine. Rich patina.
Estimate: 1200 - 1500...more

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*rare Borchardt Semi-automatic Pistol With Wooden Shoulder Stock Captured In Germany In April 1945 F

Lot # 1552 (Sale Order: 552 of 651)

Serial no. 75837, 7.65mm, 7 1/2-inch barrel. Blued finish. Breech marked: Waffenfabrik/Loewe/Berlin. Crown over B and crown over U proofs. Fire-blued trigger. Checkered walnut grips. Walnut based magazine numbered 205. Lanyard ring with leather shoulder lanyard. Sold together with original detachable shoulder stock with removable cheekpiece numbered 265. Bottom of buttstock marked: Gesetzlich Geschutzt. Sold together with signed letter of provenance and photostatic file pertaining to agent Pierre Borione.
Condition: Excellent for this model. Retaining approximately 92-95% finish with scattered light handling wear to relief edges. Walnut shoulderstock with minor wear, dents and scratches. Leather holster on shoulderstock a fine period replacement. Action excellent.
Notes: This is a fine example of the rare Borschardt semi-automatic which was the predecessor to the famed German Luger P-08 parabellum semi-automatic pistol made famous during World Wars I and II.
Provenance: According to the accompanying provenance file, during WWII, Mr. Pierre Borione was a member of the French underground and the Maquis A.S. [Armee secrete] and served in the Ardeche sector where he assisted in the rescue of downed American pilots during 1944. He was thanked for his service by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a letter forwarded by General Dwight D. Eisenhower [copy included]. Later during the war, Borione volunteered for service in the Second French Armored Division which was under the command of the American 7th Army under General Patch and later under command of the 3rd American Army under General Patton. It was during 1945 while a member of this unit that he captured this pistol from a surrendering German officer. Due to his special service, Borione is entitled to wear the badge of the U.S. Presidential Citation. He is also a recipient of the French Croix-de-Guerre [No. 118120] for which a co
Estimate: 12000 - 15000...more

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*rare Mauser Persian Contract Artillery Model P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1553 (Sale Order: 553 of 651)

Serial no. 3768. 9mm, 8-inch barrel. Standard sights. Blued finish. Persian crest of Shah Pahlavi at breech and Farsi markings, Straw colored elements. Serrated safety lever. Checkered walnut grips. Shoulder stock lug. Unmarked aluminum based magazine.
Condition: Very good as refinished and partially renumbered. Side plate and lockbolt replaced and renumbered. Retaining approximately 90-95% reblued finish with scattered wear to relief edges. Grips with light wear and bruises. Mechanically sound.
Notes: 2000 total manufactured. [see page 190, Standard Catalog of Lugers, by Davis]
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*mauser Luger Model P-08 S-42 1936-dated Semi-automatic Pistol Together With Holster And Extra Magaz

Lot # 1554 (Sale Order: 554 of 651)

Serial no. 4517, 9mm, 4-inch barrel dated 1936 above breech. Blued finish. Straw-colored elements. Checkered walnut grips. Blued fxo/37 code magazine with black bakelite base. Scratch numbered to match gun. Contained in a 1939-dated brown leather holster with waffenampt marking and EKSt code stamp. Extra magazine and tool present in holster.
Condition: Very good. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with wear to relief edges and straw colors. Grips with wear and minor bruises. Action good. Mirror bright bore. Holster very good with light wear overall.
Notes: Approximately 89,500 of this model were manufactured. See page 198 of the Standard Catalog of Luger for commentary on this pistol.
Estimate: 1800 - 2250...more

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*rare Dwm Abercrombie & Fitch Marked 1922 Swiss P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1555 (Sale Order: 555 of 651)

Serial no. 5366i., 7.65mm, 5-inch imported Swiss barrel with single-line marked in white: Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York- Made in Switzerland. Blued finish. Straw-finished elements. Swiss marking at breech. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips. Unmarked wood based magazine with metal side panels.
Condition: Very good as refinished, including the barrel. Retaining approximately 96-98% reblued finish with light wear to relief edges. Barrel and some parts changed and renumbered. Straw colors redone. Grips with minor wear and bruises. Mechanically sound.
Notes: Only 100 manufactured [see page 141, Standard Catalog of Lugers, by Davis].
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*rare Dwm Abercrombie & Fitch Marked 1922 Swiss P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1556 (Sale Order: 556 of 651)

Serial no. 5553/i, 7.65mm, 5-inch imported Swiss barrel with single-line marked in white: Abercrombie & Fitch Co. New York- Made in Switzerland. Blued finish. Straw-finished elements. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips. Unmarked wood based magazine with metal side panels.
Condition: Very good as refinished, including the barrel. Retaining approximately 95-98% reblued finish with slight wear to relief edges. Barrel and some parts changed and renumbered. Straw colors redone. Grips with minor wear and bruises.
Notes: Only 100 manufactured [see page 141, Standard Catalog of Lugers, by Davis].
Estimate: 3000 - 5000...more

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*rare Dwm Model 1900 American Eagle Test Luger Semi-automatic Pistol Together With Brown Leather Us

Lot # 1557 (Sale Order: 557 of 651)

Serial no. 6633, 7.65mm (.30 Luger caliber), 4 3/4-inch barrel. American Eagle above breech. Early long style frame with grip safety, narrow trigger and wide triggerguard. Dished toggle knobs. Blued finish. Straw-colored elements. Checkered walnut grips with left grip slotted for grip safety. Nickel-plated unserialized magazine with wood base. Contained in associated unmarked brown leather holster. Sold together with booklet on the 1900 U.S. Test Lugers by Michael Reese II.
Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 75-80% finish with wear to relief edges and gripstrap. Wear to straw colors. Grips with light wear and bruises. Action tight and crisp. Mirror bright bore. Holster excellent.
Notes: Approximately 1000 of this model were manufactured. See page 41 of the Standard Catalog of Lugers for commentary on this pistol.
Estimate: 3000 - 4000...more

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*composite Dwm 1900 Model P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1558 (Sale Order: 558 of 651)

Serial no. 12680, 7.65mm, 4 3/4-inch barrel. Blued finish. Crossed rifles at breech [Russian Contract]. Straw-finished elements. No cyrillic marking present on safety. Grip safety. Checkered walnut grips. Unmarked wood base magazine.
Condition: Very good as refinished. Retaining approximately 95-98% reblued finish with scattered wear to relief edges. Side plate and other parts renumbered. Breech markings spurious. Grips with light wear. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*custom Composite Swiss 1900 Model P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol With Gold-inlaid Mon

Lot # 1559 (Sale Order: 559 of 651)

Serial no. 16499, 7.65mm, 4 3/4-inch barrel, the bottom marked with crown over B, G, & U proofs. Custom gold-inlaid monograms EMT at breech and side plate. Crown over B & U proofs. DWM marking on toggle. Swiss cross marking on back of frame. Dished toggle knobs. Blued finish. Straw colored elements. No safety marking. Grip safety. Wooden base magazine.
Condition: Very good as refinished and reconfigured. Retaining 90-100% reblued finish with slight wear to relief edges and straw colors. Incorrect early-type safety. Inlays appear of recent creation. Grips poorly recheckered. Mechanically sound.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*cased Custom Engraved Dwm P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Carbine

Lot # 1560 (Sale Order: 560 of 651)

Serial no. 24191, 7.65mm, 11 3/4-inch barrel with ramped front sight and adjustable sliding rear sight. Toggle marked: DWM. Dished toggle knobs. Custom scroll engraved throughout. Blued finish. Straw colored elements. Grip safety. Checkered walnut fore-end and grips. Wood base magazine. Checkered walnut detachable buttstock numbered to gun. Black composition buttplate. Contained in associated modern case together with long cleaning rod, tool, two extra magazines, cleaning kit and four boxes of ammunition.
Condition: Very good as custom engraved and refinished. Retaining approximately 90-95% reblued finish with scattered light handling wear present. Light wear to straw colors. Grips with minor marks. Action excellent. Case and accoutrements with light wear.
Estimate: 6000 - 8000...more

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*rare Dwm French Contract 1906 P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1561 (Sale Order: 561 of 651)

Serial no. 48056, 7.65mm, 4 3/4-inch barrel with address marked in white: Manufacture Francaise d'Armes & Cycles de Saint Etienne. Underside of barrel marked: 172,28/48056/Crown over B, G and U proofs. Blued finish. Crown over U and crown over P proof marks on frame. Straw colored elements. Checkered walnut grips. Grip safety. Wood based magazine.
Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 80-85% finish with scattered wear overall. Wear to straw colors. Grips with light wear and bruises. Mechanically crisp.
Estimate: 2500 - 3500...more

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*composite Persian Contract Mauser P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1562 (Sale Order: 562 of 651)

Serial no. in sanskrit, 9mm, 4-inch barrel. Breech with Persian crest of Shah Pahlavi. Toggle with sanskrit inscription. Checkered flat toggle knobs. Safety marked in sanskrit. Blued finish. Straw colored elements. Checkered walnut grips. Aluminum base magazine marked in sanskrit. Sold together with associated box, extra magazine, box of Arabic marked ammunition and cleaning rod.
Condition: Very good as refinished and reconfigured. Retaining approximately 85-90% reblued finish with scattered light wear overall. Sideplate and lockbolt re-numbered. Replaced barrel. Grips very good. Mechanically sound. Box with separated corner and a scuffs.
Notes: Total production on this model 2000
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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***luger Snail Drum Magazine And Reloading Tools

Lot # 1563 (Sale Order: 563 of 651)

Original German 32-round snail drum magazine for the Luger pistol. Serial no. 287435. Sold together with modern reproduction magazine loading and unloading tools.
Condition: Good. Retaining approximately 70-75% finish with scattered wear and patina. Reproduction loading tools excellent.
Notes: This lot is restricted from sale to residents of the State of California or requires buyers to have special Federal licenses to purchase. Lots will be transferred and delivered through our New Hampshire affiliated licensee. Prior to bidding, please consult our office should you require any additional information.
Estimate: 1200 - 1800...more

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*historic Factory-engraved Walther Model 5 1935 Semi-automatic Pocket Pistol With Attribution To Hit

Lot # 1564 (Sale Order: 564 of 651)

Serial no. 71261, 6.35mm, 2 1/8-inch barrel. Factory engraved throughout with edelweiss motifs [Eva Braun's favorite flower]. Monogram panel on top of slide with EB script monogram. Contained in associated box together with magazine. Sold together with authentication letter from noted Walther author and firearms expert James Rankin. Letter reads: This pistol has been in storage since 1946. It was brought into the United States by a U.S. government official who had been with a U.S. government-military team that had been in Germany at the time of the German surrender. They inspected the highranking Nazi residences and offices. This pistol was purported to have been removed along with other items of memorabilia from an Adolf Hitler storage room below the Platterhof at Obersalzberg. The Walther has been stored along with other items of memorabilia until the end of the century. During that time the government official has passed away. It was only recently that a remaining sister has decided to bring the memorabilia out of storage and liquidate them. The family did not wish to be identified and there is no other documentation.
Condition: Very good to fine. Retaining approximately 90-95% finish with light wear to relief edges. Grips with light wear. Mechanically excellent.
Estimate: 8000 - 12000...more

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*custom-engraved 1938 S/42 P-08 Luger Parabellum Semi-automatic Pistol With Extra Magazine And Holst

Lot # 1565 (Sale Order: 565 of 651)

Serial no. 7527/m, 9mm, 4-inch barrel. Dated 1938 at breech. Custom engraved in oakleaf motif with Iron Cross on sideplate. S/42 marking on toggle. Flat-side toggle knobs. Shoulder stock lug. Checkered walnut grips. Aluminum base magazine re-numbered to match gun.
Condition: Very good as customized and refinished. Retaining approximately 90-95% reblued finish with light wear to relief edges. Engraving executed through finish and retouched. Checkering on grips poorly refreshed with minor wear and bruises. Magazines re-numbered to match gun. Reproduction holster marked: C. Budischovsky/Wein/1940. Waffenampt stamp.
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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*rare Walther Model 6 Military Semi-automatic Pistol

Lot # 1566 (Sale Order: 566 of 651)

Serial no. 813, 9mm, 4 7/8-inch barrel. Blued finish. Checkered black composition grips with factory monogram.
Condition: FIne to excellent. Retaining approximately 93-96% finish with scattered light wear to relief edges. Grips with light wear. One of only 1000 made for the military, a rare and desirable model.
Notes: 1915-1917
Estimate: 4000 - 6000...more

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*cased Factory-engraved Walther Model 9, 1921 Semi-automatic Pistol With Attribution To Adolf Hitler

Lot # 1567 (Sale Order: 567 of 651)

Serial no. 641997, 6.35mm, 2 1/8-inch barrel. Factory scroll-engraved with wolf's heads on sides of slide. Gold-washed over nickel-plated finish. Ivory grips with blue enamel Walther medallions. Contained in a blue velvet lined leather travel case together with two magazines and two boxes of ammunition, one of which appears to be a period box, the other of later date.
Condition: Very good. Retaining approximately 90-95% of the nickel finish with only traces of gold wash remaining, mostly in protected areas. Grips excellent. Case showing age wear, scuffs and minor repairs to one end of lid.
Notes: Pistol sold with a signed letter of provenance from noted Walther author and expert James Rankin describing the pistol and its attribution to Adolf Hitler. According to the letter, this pistol had been in storage since 1946. He states it came from the Platterhof at Obersalzberg. It was purported to have been removed together with a pistol belonging to Eva Braun from Hitler's home after the collapse of the Third Reich. Another typed letter accompanying the pistol states that the gun was purportedly looted with other items from Hitler's yacht the Aviso Grille, moored at Runsted Kanal at Schleswig-Holstein by a State goverment official. No other ducmentation is provided.
Estimate: 10000 - 15000...more

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Rare Original Wartime Autographed Photograph By German Third Reich Personality Rudolf Hess

Lot # 1568 (Sale Order: 568 of 651)

Framed original photographic sepiatone print depicting German wehrmacht officers examining a concrete bunker on a previous battlefield with holographic inked inscription below reading: "Pg. [Parteigenose]Ernst Zaske/zur Erinnerung an die Besichtgungs/fahrt in denTagen des grossten/Sieges der Geschichte./Weihnachten/1940/[signed] Rudolf Hess". Translation: " To Party Member Ernst Zaske/as a remembrance of the observation trip/in the days of the greatest victory in history[invasion of France]/Christmas, 1940/Rudolf Hess. Size: Frame: 15-inches X 17-inches. Photo: 7 1/2 X 9 1/2-inches.
Condition: Excellent with light age discoloration to matte.
Notes: Rudolf Hess was born in Alexandria, Egypt, April 26, 1894, the son of a prosperous businessman. He did not live in Germany until he was fourteen. He volunteered for the German Army in 1914 at the outbreak of World War One, partly to escape the control of his domineering father. In World War One, After the war, Hess joined the Freikorps, a right-wing organization involved in violently putting down Communist uprisings in Germany. After hearing Adolf Hitler speak in a small Munich beer hall, Hess joined the Nazi Party, July 1, 1920. In 1923, Hess took part in Hitler's failed Beer Hall Putsch in which Hitler and the Nazis attempted to seize control of Germany. Hess was arrested and imprisoned along with Hitler at Landsberg prison. After his release in 1925, Hess served for awhile as Hitler's personal secretary. In 1932, Hitler appointed him Chairman of the Central Political Commission of the Nazi Party and SS General as a reward for his loyal service. On April 21, 1933, he was made Deputy Fhrer. Hess was a shy, insecure man with a fanatical loyalty and absolute blind obedience to Hitler. In 1934, Hess gave a revealing speech stating - "With pride we see that one man remains beyond all criticism, that is the Fhrer. This is because everyone feels and
Estimate: 3000 - 5000...more

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Historic Desktop Globe Taken From Hitler's "eagle's Nest" At Berchtesgaden, Germany By Xv U.S. Army

Lot # 1569 (Sale Order: 569 of 651)

The German desktop world globe, measuring approximately 41-inches in circumference by 18-inches high. Metal radius and mounted on a simple circular wooden base. Dated 10.1.1941. On May 10, 1945, Officer Barsamian accompanied by Warrant Officer Philip Zelkower, Jr., visited the ruins of Hitler's private home in Berchtesgaden where Barsamian confiscated this globe from Hitler's desk in the ruins of the "Eagle's Nest". The globe is accompanied by the following provenance: 1) a copy of the original U.S. government importation receipt showing Hitlers globe listed as one of the items Barsamian had sent home from the war. 2) numerous photos of Barsamian at the "Eagle's Nest". 3) a sworn, notarized statement from Barsamian attesting to the circumstances and capture of the globe. 4) Copies of pages of his pocket diary written during the war where he mentions the experience of visiting the "Eagle's Nest" and capturing the globe. He writes: "... I picked up a swell global map of the world in Hitler's House and I'll send it home".5) Copies of letters from Barsamian to his parents, describing in detail his visit to Berchtesgaden. In a typed letter dated May 10, 1945, he writes: "....Today I went and visited Adolf Hitler's Home at Berchtesgaden in the Alps. I also visted the hotel where he dined and entertained Goering, Mussolini, etc....I was able to pick up from Hitler's House a wonderful souvenir. It is a large global map of the world. It is like a big round ball. It is similar to the one that the Boghosians have in their home, however, this is written all in German. Inasmuch as I took it from Hitler's House I wouldn't be surprised the thing has been handled by Hitler and Mussolini. I really prize this souvenir. By golly you can put it in the store and tell the customers that this global map came from Hitler's Den in Berchtesgaden". 6) Original period folding map of Berchtesgaden also captured from the Germans. 7) Two period ph
Estimate: 15000 - 20000...more

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Rare And Important Adolf Hitler Signed War-dated Document

Lot # 1570 (Sale Order: 570 of 651)

Adolf Hitler, Typed document signed, February 12, 1945. The appointment of Supreme Commander and General of the Waffen SS STEINER, Commander General of III Panzer Corps to Commander of the 11th Army. Rare late date signatures of both Hitler and General Burgdorf, Chief of Army Personnel. Complete with raised embossed Reich eagle and original file folder numbered and dated to document. A very rare and important German Third Reich document relating directly to the defense of Germany and the collapse of Hitler and Nazi Germany.
Condition: Excellent.
Notes: Steiner ranks as one of the most innovative commanders of the Waffen-SS. He skillfully commanded the SS-Deutschland Regiment through the invasions of Poland, France and the Low Countries. He was then chosen by Himmler to oversee the creation of, and then command the volunteer SS Division, SS-Division Wiking. In 1943, he was promoted to command of III (Germanic) SS Panzer Corps. On 12 February, 1945, Steiner was formally placed in command of the 11th SS Panzer-Army [by this exact order]. His army was part of Army Group Vistula. On 21 April, during the Battle for Berlin, Steiner was eventually placed in command of Army Detachment Steiner. On 22 April, his sensible refusal to attack the Russians advancing on Berlin resulted in one of Hitler's most infamous outbursts. The Russians outnumbered Steiner's worn out and exhausted unit by no less than 10:1 odds. Imprisoned until 1948, he was cleared of all charges of War Crimes and after writing several apologist works, died on May 12, 1966.
Estimate: 5000 - 7000...more

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Pair Of Gold Cuff Links Belonging To German Reich Marschall And Minister Praesident Hermann Goering

Lot # 1571 (Sale Order: 571 of 651)

The solid gold oval cuff links, the obverse with legend: Reichs Marschall H. Goering-Minister Praesident, the center with Goering's unique coat-of-arms. The reverse with maker's hallmark Z [for Herbert Zeitner], Goering's personal jeweler. Reverse also stamped with an eagle and the legend: 585. Contained in associated jewelry case. Sold together with original holographic letter from owner explaining how he came to own the cuff links. According to the accompanying provenance, these cuff links were given by Hermann Goering himself along with a watch to the brother of Joe Brooks who was a veteran of the U.S. 6th Army and was present when Goering was captured. After his capture, he was noted for giving American service personnel various baubles and jewelry items for favors or to ingratiate himself for better treatment and privileges. This pair of fine jeweler made gold cuff links are among the rarest of German Third Reich collectibles and are offered direct from the family by which they were acquired.
Condition: Excellent with light wear and fine scratches.
Estimate: 8000 - 10000...more

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Rare Original Box Of Private Purchase Cigars Belonging To German Third Reich Reichsmarschall Hermann

Lot # 1572 (Sale Order: 572 of 651)

A rare original box of 10 imported cigars custom ordered in a personalized box bearing the personal coat-of-arms of German Reichsmarschall Goering. Inside lid with coat-of-arms and legend reading: Sonderanfertigung/fur/Reichsmarschall Herman Goering/ Aus Den Gildemann A.G. Cigarrenfabriken Berlin-Hamburg. Box contains original inner lining sheet with embossed Goering coat-of-arms. Box is full, containing 10 cigars, each individually sealed in a glass vial with a polychrome paper band bearing the coat-of-arms of Hermann Goering. Exterior of box with original German tax stamp numbered: 436357. Bottom of box with ink stamp reading: 10 Cremas Finas.
Condition: Very good. Cigars appear to remain sealed. Exterior of box with minor wear and scuffs.
Notes: When the U.S. 3rd Division first captured the "Eagle's Nest" in May, 1945, elements of the U.S. 7th Infantry Division "Cottonbalers", commanded by Colonel John A. Heintges descended on the Berghof and "liberated" a large portion of Hermann Goering's personal wine and liquor collection. Along with the liquor were many boxes of fine imported Cuban cigars bearing the name of the infamous Reichsmarschall. Originally, the U.S. 101st Airborne Division was assigned the task of capturing Hitler's "Eagle Nest" but the tactical position of the U.S. 3rd and 7th Divisions provided them with the first opportunity to grab this prestigious target. Author Stephen Ambrose in his book, "Band of Brothers" incorrectly cites the 101st as the first captors of the "Eagle's Nest". Few people are aware that even the U.S. 3rd Division was not the "first" to set foot on Hitler's private lair as a small group of "T"-force [6860th Headquarters Detachment Intelligence Assault Force] personnel had beaten the U.S. 3rd and 7th Infantry to the target by 24 hours, knocking out an SS machine gun nest on the way up the mountain for which Major Merritt Hutton Hursh was awarded the Si
Estimate: 2000 - 3000...more

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Rare Partial Box Of 8 Private Purchase Cigars Belonging To German Third Reich Reichsmarschall Herman

Lot # 1573 (Sale Order: 573 of 651)

A rare partial box of 8 [box originally contained 10] imported cigars custom ordered in a personalized box bearing the coat-of-arms of German Reichsmarschall Goering. Inside lid with Goering's personal coat-of-arms and legend reading: Sonderanfertigung/fur/Reichsmarschall Herman Goering/ Aus Den Gildemann A.G. Cigarrenfabriken Berlin-Hamburg. Box contains original inner lining sheet with embossed Goering coat-of-arms. Box contains 8 of the original 10 cigars, each sealed in a glass vial with a polychrome paper band bearing the coat-of-arms of Hermann Goering. Exterior of box with original German tax stamp numbered: 4??353. Bottom of box with ink stamp reading: 10 Cremas Finas.
Condition: Very good. Remaining eight cigars appear to remain sealed. Exterior of box with light wear and scuffs.
Notes: When the U.S. 3rd Division first captured the "Eagle's Nest" in May, 1945, elements of the U.S. 7th Infantry Division "Cottonbalers", commanded by Colonel John A. Heintges descended on the Berghof and "liberated" a large portion of Hermann Goering's personal wine and liquor collection. Along with the liquor were many boxes of fine imported Cuban cigars bearing the name of the infamous Reichsmarschall. Originally, the U.S. 101st Airborne Division was assigned the task of capturing Hitler's "Eagle Nest" but the tactical position of the U.S. 3rd and 7th Divisions provided them with the first opportunity to grab this prestigious target. Author Stephen Ambrose in his book, "Band of Brothers" incorrectly cites the 101st as the first captors of the "Eagle's Nest". Few people are aware that even the U.S. 3rd Division was not the "first" to set foot on Hitler's private lair as a small group of "T"-force [6860th Headquarters Detachment Intelligence Assault Force] personnel had beaten the U.S. 3rd and 7th Infantry to the target by 24 hours, knocking out an SS machine gun nest on the way up the mountain for whi
Estimate: 1500 - 2000...more

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Wwii German Third Reich Sa Dress Dagger

Lot # 1574 (Sale Order: 574 of 651)

Standard pattern dagger with blade marked: RZM/M7/39. Wooden handle with Reich eagle and SA emblem. Original black enamel scabbard with nickel-plated mounts. Leather belt hanger and belt loop. Sold with copy of original veteran "bringback" certificate listing this item as: "Dagger, Officer's, German, Ceremony."
Condition: Very good. Showing scattered light wear and scratches overall. Scabbard with minor losses to finish.
Estimate: 350 - 400...more

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Rare Wwii German Wehrmacht 12 X 60 Armored Gunnery Binoculars

Lot # 1575 (Sale Order: 575 of 651)

The pair of 12 X 60 gunnery binoculars, salvaged from a WWII German armored vehicle, probably a half-track or smaller panzer. Painted dunkel gelb [dark yellow] signifying possible Afrika Korps usage. Serial no. 268 985. Flip-down lens hoods and integral "V" notch sight. Retractable rubber pads on viewing lenses. Removable protective cover. Sold together with copy of veteran "bringback" certificate showing item listed as "1 Sight, German."
Condition: Very good to excellent with scattered light wear overall. Lenses clear but in need of cleaning. Nice age patina.
Estimate: 1500 - 2000...more

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