Pz.Gren.Div. "Kurmark" Tank Assault "25" grouping 1945
Exciting late war grouping to the Afrikakorps veteran Obergefreiter Martin Kaczor containing three three important 1945 issued documents.
Kaczor serving with 3./Panzer-Regiment "Brandenburg" which was part of Panzergrenadier-Division "Kurmark". Found in January/February 1945, everything connected to these units can be considered as very rare. The division was fighting in the Halbe pocket.
Certificate to the Iron Cross 2nd Class issued on 14.3.1945. Signed by the division commander of Panzergrenadier-Division "Kurmark". Issued to Kaczor serving with 3./Pz.Rgt. "Brandenburg".
Folded and small rips however no bits missing. Small bits are just folded. Pictures might mislead. Both swastikas "denazified".
Certificate to the Tank Assault Badge in silver. Issued on 6.2.1945. Signed by the Abteilung commander of I./Panzer-Regiment "Brandenburg". Still Panzer-Regiment 26 stamped (! = former unit).
Folded twice. Good condition.
Certificate to the Tank Assault Badge in silver 2nd Class (2. Stufe) "25". Awarded for 25 assault badges. A very late pattern with information on further classes of the Tank Assault Badge to the bottom. Issued on 27.3.1945 to Kaczor serving with 3./Pz.Rgt. "Brandenburg". Signed by the division commander of Panzergrenadier-Division "Kurmark". Folded twice. Good condition.
A "Schmidthäußler" maker marked bag of issue for an Iron Cross 2nd Class (large rips). Two matching ribbon.
Two small skulls for the collar tabs. One from aluminum, one from zinc. Both with their prongs in place
Machine-woven AFRIKAKORPS cuffband. Nicely worn condition. Full sleeve size. Taken off his uniform.
A well worn AFRIKA cuffband. Machine-stiched. Well worn. Taken of his uniform. Cut to 22cm.