- Edged Weapons, 16th-20th century European preference (exotics on special request also

. - Orders and decorations, German and internationally from all eras of the ceremony
(including individual cases, ribbons, spare parts, buckles and bundles)

- Effects, uniforms and hats, flags and banners, literature and Miscellaneous

- Table and table utensils, silver ornaments and silver plate, chandeliers and lamps, table linens and decorative objects with history

- Photos and autographs of famous personalities in the history of showbiz and

- The aforementioned objects collections from the period 1933-1945 in accordance with statutory provisions and only known by name or for me to recognize people giving

- Delivery and targeted search of edged weapons only against official proof of age

Other Collectibles like on demand by me or friendly companies.

Search and placement of ...

tinder box of grenades in 1900, later religious shrine for german empirial officer that brand recognition infantry, Drill cartridge Mauser 8x57 IS for instructors of the armed forces
part of a driven imperial war flag, navy
(From left to right)

1.Saber officers model M 1875, Switzerland, wearing shoes and sword knot, leather scabbard, Alfons Coppel Solingen, Swiss inspection, handle with real fish skin and silver wire winding
Second Foil, German circa 1850, 2-vessel clip, Tombak-winding and original protective leather
Third Provisory bayonett, German made, in 1915, only six months, original belt and shoe troops temple
4th Hunting knife with stag horn handle real-time, German circa 1920, Anton Wingen Othello works
5th Outgoing German frog for bayonet, 1939, deluxe model, Dewald Hachenburg brothers
custom-made B & B de Änderungsschneiderei Bachmann
Top row from right to left

First Iron Cross Second Class, Prussia, 1914, jeweler making the Grand Ducal court jeweler Carl Raupp Baden in Karlsruhe, hallmark stamp 800 in R and
Second Friedrich-August-gilt medal, Saxony, 1914, on war ribbon, special design
Third Frederick Cross, Duchy of Anhalt, in 1914, bronze cannon, donated execution
4th Military Merit, Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, 1914, model „for distinction in the wars”

Bottom row from right to left
5th Cross reminder to participants of the campaign, 1866, Sachsen, King Johann I
6th Cross „The Main Army” Prussia, 1866, Span Just leadership variant dark bronze, rare original ribbon
7th Fridrich-August Medal in silver, Saxony, 1904, at Peace Band, Real-silver version
8th Badges for graduates of non-medical faculties of Imperial Russian officer academies, Russia in 1900, by German Freikorps officer, silver, gold, enamel, St. Petersburg punches, plastic screw (see Werlich)
1 damask table cloth, Saxony, in 1890
Second Food and coffee service (parts) Philip Rosenthal, Selb, Bavaria, about 1930, biscuit porcelain
Third Officer cutlery, German Wehrmacht, Army, Arthur Krupp, Berndorf in Austria
4th Napkin ring nobility possession (manufacturers, ennobled), Germany, around 1925
5th Damask napkin mouth of the Grand Hotel Baer Grindelwald / Bern canton, Langenthal, Switzerland 1934
6th Calyx, multicolored, called metal colors, Bohemia, around 1900
7th Coffee table lamps, Germany, 900 hallmarked silver. By 1900
8th Decorative vase (! Not for flowers) Alcoso plants (manufactured almost exclusively for the XX, silver plated (rare), Germany, for 1938-1940
I march past in the company Ostrowo
Company Commander Lieutenant (senior grade) Kieling I. Compagny