German Gorgets

Early  SA / SS / NSKK Standarte bearer's gorget

1410G1 - Early SA / SS / NSKK Standarte bearer's gorget. This gorget features a brass starburst design with a central swastika and early party eagle on a disc similar to those seen on belt buckles. The reverse is unlined not having the felt backing material. The two clips that affix the gorget to the tunic are unmarked not having an RZM designation indicating early construction. There are two screws that secure the plate to the shield that are original to the piece. $1075. More Photos

Very rare SS Standard bearer's gorget shield with accompanying display chain

147SO5 - Very rare SS Standard bearer's gorget shield with accompanying display chain. Worn with the black service uniform for parades and formal occasions whenever a SS standard was displayed, this rare nickel silver gorget features a central stylized Schutzstaffel eagle clutching a wreathed swastika. At each of the two upper curves of the shield is a button with double SS runics with a stippled background. This button is used for the attachment of the chain on the reverse. The lower of the three catches is stamped, "RZM M1/128". The rear green felt backing is original and displays wear. Accompanying the shield is a high quality reproduction chain. The links feature alternating skulls and SS runics. $11,000. More Photos

German Army Field Police ( Feldgendarmerie ) gorget

143G1 - German Army Field Police ( Feldgendarmerie ) gorget. This gorget as worn by the German army field 'Kettenhunds' displays excellent detail and retains almost 100% of its painted finish. There is mild oxidation to the silvered disc. The reverse shows the standard cardboard backing. There are no repairs to the suspension chain. Unmarked. $850. More Photos

Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) gorget

099m1 - Reichs Arbeit Dienst (RAD) gorget. This gorget features the RAD insigne of the swastika on a shovel flanked by sheaves of wheat centered on the heart-shaped silver frontplate. Above the RAD insigne is the RAD motto, "Arbeit adelt", "Work enobles". The frontplate is suspended with a chain link with connectors assembly. The reverse of the frontplate is covered with field gray wool. These gorgets were worn by select members of the RAD for parades and other ceremonial events.- $1875. More Photos

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