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Heinrich Himmler HH monogram silverware tray from his personnal collection

Heinrich Himmler HH monogram silverware personnal collection original for sale a vendre

Heinrich Himmler HH monogram silverware tray from his personnal collection

$795.00

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Heinrich Himmler HH monogram silverware tray from his personnal collection

VERY rare, only a few existed...

it was purchased from a 2nd generation German collection in the 90s..

it was originally picked up in the ruins of his summer home at Tegernsee by a civilian...

priced cheap due to relic condition.

WAFFEN SS ALLACH PORCELAIN PLATE HIMMLER CONCENTRATION CAMP DACHAU

WAFFEN SS ALLACH PORCELAIN PLATE HIMMLER CONCENTRATION CAMP DACHAU

WAFFEN SS ALLACH PORCELAIN PLATE HIMMLER CONCENTRATION CAMP DACHAU

$650.00

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WAFFEN SS ALLACH PORCELAIN PLATE HIMMLER CONCENTRATION CAMP DACHAU

Allach porcelain (pronounced 'alak') a.k.a. Porzellan Manufaktur Allach was produced in Germany between 1935 and 1945. After its first year of operation, the enterprise was run by the SS with forced labor provided by the Dachau concentration camp. The emphasis was on decorative ceramics —objets d'art for the Nazi regime. The company logo included stylized SS runes. Sometimes in place of the company name, the pottery markings mentioned the SS: "DES "ᛋᛋ" - WIRTSCHAFTS - VERWALTUNGSHAUPTAMTES".

Franz Nagy had owned the land since 1925 that the Munich-Allach facility was built on. With his business partner, the porcelain artist Prof. Karl Diebitsch,[2] he began the production of porcelain art. The porcelain factory Porzellan Manufaktur Allach was established as a private company in 1935 in the small town of Allach, near Munich, Germany. In 1936 the factory was acquired by the SS. Heinrich Himmler, the leader of the SS who was known for his obsession with Aryan mysticism, saw the acquisition of a porcelain factory for the production of works of art that would be representative, in Himmler's eyes, of Germanic culture. Allach porcelain was one of Himmler's favorite projects and produced various figurines (soldiers, animals, etc.) to compete in the small but profitable German porcelain market.

High-ranking artists were locked into contract. The output of the factory included over 240 ceramic models. As output at the Allach factory increased, the Nazis moved production to a new facility near the Dachau concentration camp. The use of slave labor from the Dachau camp was strongly denied by the factory managers at the Nuremberg Trials. Initially intended as a temporary facility, Dachau remained the main location for porcelain manufacture even after the original factory in Allach was modernized and reopened in 1940. The factory in Allach was retrofitted for the production of ceramic products such as household pottery.

Prof. Karl Diebitsch, was an Obersturmbannführer in the Waffen-SS, and Himmler’s personal referent on art. Prof. Theodor Kärner was (besides Diebitsch) one of Germany’s most prestigious artists in porcelain. Kärner also worked with Meissen, Rosenthal and Hutschenreuther.

Allach was a sub-camp of Dachau near Munich, located approximately 16 km from the main camp at Dachau. According to Marcus J. Smith, who wrote "Dachau: The Harrowing of Hell," the Allach camp was divided into two enclosures, one for 3,000 Jewish inmates and the other for 6,000 non-Jewish prisoners. Smith was a doctor in the US military, assigned to take over the care of the prisoners after the liberation. He wrote that the typhus epidemic had not reached Allach until 22 April 1945, about a week before the camp was liberated. The fall of the Third Reich brought an end to the Allach factory. The Allach factories were shut down in 1945, and never reopened.

WW2 GERMAN NAZI EXTREMELY RARE WAFFEN SS WEWELSBURG COMMEMORATIVE RING MARKED HIMMLER CULT SS SCHOOL

WW2 GERMAN NAZI WAFFEN SS WEWELSBURG RING MARKED HIMMLER SS SCHOOL

WW2 GERMAN NAZI EXTREMELY RARE WAFFEN SS WEWELSBURG COMMEMORATIVE RING MARKED HIMMLER CULT SS SCHOOL

$395.00

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WW2 GERMAN NAZI EXTREMELY RARE WAFFEN SS WEWELSBURG COMMEMORATIVE RING MARKED HIMMLER CULT SS SCHOOL

WEWELSBURG IS A CASTLE. After 1934 it was used by the SS under Heinrich Himmler, and was to be expanded into a complex which would serve as the central SS cult-site and a SS SCHOOL

WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HEINRICH HIMMLER HH MONOGRAM TEA SILVERWARE FROM HIS COLLECTION

WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HEINRICH HIMMLER HH MONOGRAM TEA SILVERWARE FROM HIS COLLECTION

WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HEINRICH HIMMLER HH MONOGRAM TEA SILVERWARE FROM HIS COLLECTION

$995.00

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WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HEINRICH HIMMLER HH MONOGRAM TEA SILVERWARE FROM HIS COLLECTION

IN 1999, I BOUGHT A LOT OF PERSONAL HIMMLER COLLECTION OF SILVERWARES.
WAS PURCHASED FROM A 2ND GENERATION COLLECTOR IN GERMANY.
HE GOT THEM IN THE 1960s IN AN ESTATE SALE IN GERMANY.

I DECIDED TO PART OF SOME OF THE PIECE IN THE LOT, I DONT HAVE A LOT SO JUMP ON THE OCCASION !

WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HONOR HIMMLER RING IN CASE TOTENKOPF ORIGINAL

WW2 GERMAN NAZI ORIGINAL WAFFEN SS HONOR HIMMLER RING CASE TOTENKOPF FOR SALE

WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HONOR HIMMLER RING IN CASE TOTENKOPF ORIGINAL

$2,350.00

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WW2 GERMAN NAZI RARE WAFFEN SS HONOR HIMMLER RING IN CASE TOTENKOPF ORIGINAL

HEAVY TRACE OF WORN. NAME INSIDE HAS BEEN DENAZIFIED (WE CANNOT READ IT)

IT COMES WITH THE ORIGINAL CASE WHICH IS ALMOST RARER THAN THE RING ITSELF !

DUE TO CONDITION AND THE VERY LOW PRICE I PAID FOR IT A LONG TIME AGO, I CAN SELL CHEAP FOR FAST SALE!

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