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LOT 50-0585 PERIOD
1918 — 1945
EAN 2000000489957 MATERIAL DIMENSIONS MAKER WEIGHT
1918 — 1945
MATERIAL DIMENSIONS EAN 2000000489957 MAKER WEIGHT
Germany 1918 - 1945 Pio.Btl.742 Close Combat Days grouping to Obgfr. Kipp
Family consigned grouping never available on the market before. Grouping to Obergefreiter and Pionier Günter Kipp with 3 confirmed days of close combat in 1944.
Soldbuch to Obergefreiter Günter Kipp serving with Pionier Ausb.Btl. 16, Pionier-Btl.47, 742, 5 and 105. Awarded the Wound Badge in black and the Iron Cross 2nd Class. Originally attached photograph. Well worn condition 3.
Wehrpaß to the same individual full of notes and entries including late war 1945 notes. A "Vom Panzer überrollt" note to page 20. The booklet has separated from the cover.
138 maker marked Iron Cross 2nd Class with ribbon and bag. Unworn Wound Badge in black. Well worn Wound Badge in black. General Assault Badge. Zinc. Good condition.
A document confirms that Kipp was awarded the General Assault Badge. 6.11.44 issued. Confirming 3 "Nahkampftage" (close combat days)!
Iron Cross 2nd Class certificate issued on 12.8.1944. Original signature of Generalmajor Hohn. Folded twice. Certificate to the Wound Badge in black. Issued on 6.10.1943. Not folded.
Two impressive school related citations as well as one portrait photograph of Kipp taken in Russia on 23.5.1943.
Countless period time documents and papers of Kipp and his family providing a lot of room for additional research!