For sale: Original WW II Period Items

WW1, Inter-War or WW2 related items you have for sale. By posting items for sale in this section, you agree to the guidelines found in this section. Hosted by Mark in Cleveland, Tn.
User avatar
Georg_S
Forum Staff
Posts: 3447
Joined: 08 Dec 2016 12:37
Location: Sweden

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Georg_S » 03 Mar 2020 21:33

Please! Dont put erkennungsmarken Up for sale! in My point of view for many reasons 1. In respekt for the dead, especially those Broken, must have been found with a Corps. 2 In some countries its against the law to deal with such items (Germany ) 3. I personally dont encuourage this kind of trade. It only make it worse. Its Still People looking for their relatives - fathers, grandfathers

Best regards
Georg
Waffen-SS, SS-TV, KZ/KL SS-Pz.A.A.
- http://wennallebruderschweigen.blogspot.com/

User avatar
Lett.
Member
Posts: 306
Joined: 26 Jan 2013 13:55
Location: Latvia

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Lett. » 08 Mar 2020 19:25

Georg_S wrote:
03 Mar 2020 21:33
Please! Dont put erkennungsmarken Up for sale! in My point of view for many reasons
1. In respekt for the dead, especially those Broken, must have been found with a Corps.
2 In some countries its against the law to deal with such items (Germany )
3. I personally dont encuourage this kind of trade. It only make it worse. Its Still People looking for their relatives - fathers, grandfathers

Best regards
Georg
Hi Georg,
1. All the items are found in german soldier capitulation places. There are no items that are found with corpses. If i ever find dog tag with corpse, i give it to organizations that deal with dog tag returning to family members. Other items are sold because i found them at places where soldiers lost it or threw them away.
2. In Germany its not against law to sell that kind of items, you should read some legislation. Their legislation prohibit to deal with items that contains german svastic (3rd Reich).
3. From dog tag its not possible to identify the person because it contains identification number. With dog tag you can go to some German institutions that deal with dog tags but they will not give you any official information, its secret.

p.s. You should read some literature before you say your opinion.
The Courland Pocket (Latvia) - Metal Detecting Relic Hunting
http://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=207414
Digged by Lett.

User avatar
Georg_S
Forum Staff
Posts: 3447
Joined: 08 Dec 2016 12:37
Location: Sweden

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Georg_S » 08 Mar 2020 20:01

Hello

I have read a lot about this and in My opinion is this kind of business disgusting. Especially when the erkennungsmarke splitted,. Only One part left, Which is a indication that it has been digged Up out of a Grave. The other part went with the old unit.

You say that you have found the dogtags in a place where they was disarmed. Even as a Pow the soldiers kept the dogtags.

I Will take this matter with the other moderators with the prospect that I wish we phorbid this kind of trade.

I also want you to Read this article - https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.spiege ... 6-amp.html

Regards
Georg
Waffen-SS, SS-TV, KZ/KL SS-Pz.A.A.
- http://wennallebruderschweigen.blogspot.com/

User avatar
Lett.
Member
Posts: 306
Joined: 26 Jan 2013 13:55
Location: Latvia

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Lett. » 08 Mar 2020 22:58

I do not want to comment on such stupid views.

And please don't pollute the topic!
The Courland Pocket (Latvia) - Metal Detecting Relic Hunting
http://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=207414
Digged by Lett.

User avatar
Georg_S
Forum Staff
Posts: 3447
Joined: 08 Dec 2016 12:37
Location: Sweden

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Georg_S » 09 Mar 2020 18:39

Read My private message to you

Georg
Waffen-SS, SS-TV, KZ/KL SS-Pz.A.A.
- http://wennallebruderschweigen.blogspot.com/

User avatar
Lett.
Member
Posts: 306
Joined: 26 Jan 2013 13:55
Location: Latvia

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Lett. » 29 Mar 2020 15:33

Sold
German Mauser Pistol manual
Caliber 7.65mm (or 6.35mm New Model) semi automatic pistol
You do not have the required permissions to view the files attached to this post.
The Courland Pocket (Latvia) - Metal Detecting Relic Hunting
http://metaldetectingforum.com/showthread.php?t=207414
Digged by Lett.

User avatar
Terry Duncan
Forum Staff
Posts: 5746
Joined: 13 Jun 2008 22:54
Location: Kent

Re: For sale: Original WW II Period Items

Post by Terry Duncan » 19 May 2020 11:34

Two posts that did not conform to the decision made by Georg_S in this thread were removed by this moderator.

Terry Duncan

Return to “For Sale & Wanted”