Original German WWII USGI Bring Back Grouping - Medals, Badges, Armbands
Original Items: One-of-a-kind set. Edward F. Kosmatak Army Serial number 35018061 was born in 1919 in Ohio and enlisted on April 1st, 1941. He fought in the European Theatre and after the war he brought home a number of German items as war trophies and souvenirs. This grouping purchased directly from his estate consists of the following items:
All pieces enclosed in a Red DRK chocolate tin embossed on the bottom Eduscho Kaffe-Tee-Kako Versant Eduard Schopf Bremen.
WWII Zippo Style lighter engraved Eddie Kosmatak.
German WW2 aluminum airplane part labeled Gas Hatch Cover for ME 109 Picked up on D Day & 6.
NSDAP wool armband with cotton on Nazi insignia that is marked in ink: SOUVENIR FROM 1945 GERMANY.
Hitler Youth embroidered badge that is marked in ink: Lt. John B. Littlejohn
Heer athletic shirt patch
Heer aluminum pebbled belt buckle.
Hilter Youth aluminum belt buckle.
Got Mit Uns brass cigarette match book case.
1930s German cigarette lighter.
Luftwaffe breast eagle embroidered badge
Kriegsmarine embroidered gold breast eagle.
Heer M43 cap Bevo patch.
Heer infantry assault badge.
Black wound medal
Silver wound medal
Panzer assault badge.
Crimea Shield (KRIM shield with wool backing).
General Assault Badge
War Merit Cross 1st Class with Swords in original case.
German Mother's Cross in Bronze with ribbon
German Mother's Cross in Gold
1914 - 1918 Hindenburg Cross Medal with ribbon
Faithful Service - 25 Years Medal with Ribbon
Bronze SA Sports Badge
Luftwaffe Marksman's Lanyard top
7 other various medals and badges.
50 SS Wertmake note from Buchenwald concentration camp
Multiple 1930s-1940s coins
1930 dated Brandenburg youth hostel pass
more miscellaneous items
This is a really wonderful collection of one American soldier’s pickups on his journey across Europe during World War Two.
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