Original German WWII Frauenwerk NJF Enamel Sign
Original Item: Only One Available. This is a wartime heavy iron enameled vaulted sign. This is a very robust well-made sturdy sign, with typical construction details of German government signage. It is black with white Frauenwerk NJF insignia and German Gothic lettering that reads: NSD. - Blorfwalter
Condition is generally good with expected areas of surface rust, staining and scuffing from years of exposure to the elements. The plaque measures 9.5 inches high by 9.5 inches wide.
Rudolf Hess established the Deutsches Frauenwerk which, with the women's branch of the Nazi party, the NS-Frauenschaft, had the purpose of becoming a mass organization for the regime.
Signs of this nature were quickly destroyed after the fall of Germany in April 1945, ones like this were salvaged by USGIs who wanted to bring home a trophy of war. Therefore, finding authentic (beware many fakes) porcelain building signs from the Third Reich has become quite difficult in the collector's market.
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