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Mexican “Palace Guard” officer’s dress helmet – German-made in the classic style of the Imperial Era – a rare, circa 1900 helmet, with correct type Mexican colors rosettes (MB: $4,700).

Militaria Auction #88


Historically significant examples of militaria spanning multiple conflicts and generations from several collections – including items from one of the finest Adolf Hitler collections assembled since 1945 – will come up for bid in Militaria Auction #88, an Internet and gallery auction scheduled for Saturday, December 17th, by Mohawk Arms, at 9 am Eastern time. The catalog is brimming with items that will appeal to seasoned collectors and novices alike, online and live in the gallery on Route 20 in Bouckville, in upstate New York. The full catalog will be up soon, at www.MilitaryRelics.com, plus LiveAuctioneers.com and Invaluable.com. Headlining the auction is the collection of Donald G. Brownlow, who arrived in Normandy with the second of American troops storming Utah Beach during World War II. Hitler-related items in Mr. Brownlow’s collection include a gold bullion Fuhrerstandarte, a 1910 signed Adolf Hitler watercolor with Peter Jahn provenance, a portrait of Hitler by Fritz Erler, a portrait of Geli Raubel, Hitler silverware and tableware, linens, porcelain, crystal, glassware, a signed letter and documents and personal items, as well as a “Deutschland Erwache” standard. Mohawk Arms’ next big Internet and catalog auction after this one is planned for the spring of 2023, probably sometime in April. The company typically conducts two large sales annually. To learn more, visit www.MilitaryRelics.com

Mohawk Arms, Inc.
Route 20
Box 157
Bouckville, New York