Very rare U-boat collector's item of the Kriegsmarine ww2
Estate of the first lieutenant Jürgen Kriegshammer. Consists of a U-boat Paeckchen, pay book, minesweeper badge, U-boat war badge, EK II, metal breast eagle, shoulder boards, 1 pair of buttons for shoulder boards, a photo album, a civilian pullover an old suitcase in which the things were kept.
U-boat Paeckchen (Brittish Battle Dress) in poor condition. The right breast pocket is missing, as is a large piece of the collar. Badly worn and stained. Label is separated.
Shoulder: approx. 43 cm
Chest: approx. 54 cm
Arm: approx. 59 cm
Length: approx. 55 cm
Soldbuch (duplicate) from March 25, 1944. Promotion October 1, 1944 to Lieutenant. Awards: 31.5.41 minesweeper war badge, 31.2.42 ??? U-boat war badge, new clothes on March 27, 1944, replacement for loss, military hospital 1.1.44 23rd U-boat flotilla, 3.6.45 U-base Wilhelmshaven, camp group II. March 16.10.44 27th U-flotilla. holidays April 1944 U 286 (M 10850), October 1944 22nd submarine flotilla.
Metal breast eagle in good condition, maker's mark M (not identified yet).
Minesweeper badge in very good condition. Zinc, silver-plated, on the reverse manufacturer: Schwerin Berlin.
U-boat war badge: version unknown to me, hallmark 300 on the reverse, possibly post-war replacement for loss, see pay book.
2 shoulder boards, unused, lieutenant and two buttons for fastening
Civil pullover was part of the stuff.
All stored in a suitcase.
Jürgen Kriegshammer was assigned to a minesweeping / submarine hunting force as part of his training. June to September 1941 Marineschule Mürwik, October 1941 to April 1942 U 753, June 1943 to July 1944 Watch officer U 286, September to November 1944 Commanders course, November 25, 1944 to March 31, 1945 Commandant U 8, April 1, 1945 to May 8, 1945 Commander U 150, after transfer U 150 to Loch Ryan July 1945, prisoner of war.