#1) Early brass SA belt and buckle, 37 1/4″. Buckle is an early two piece construction, scoop catch example, the belt hook is brass plated, rivet on steel shows wear. The leather belt is marked “CROUPON over 857”, just about perfect. Leather is soft and healthy with good color and little wear. A very good buckle with a fabulous belt.
#2) Rare arm band, early 1930’s NSDAP, stitched construction armband. Band also enjoys a black ink stamped division logo. Appears to read “Der Stahlhelm” on a helmet, this logo represents the War Veteran Assocociation. Very good condition and original.
#3) NSDAP banner Fragment (2/3), of German WWII double-sided NSDAP Party Banner, originally 22″ x 14″ overall. Center roundel is approximately 11″ dia. Light cotton stitched construction. Color is very good. On the lower end corner handwritten in ink “Berlin 1945” (John P. Richardson Estate, Hingham, MA).