An exact reproduction of Generalfeldmarschall Albert Kesselring service baton, with incredible attention to detail. Features: Full size, length 50cm, aluminum center tube in diameter 3.5cm, bright blue velvet covered tube bearing 20 gold plated eagles and 20 silver plated iron crosses, gold plated Luftwaffe eagle at the top, silver plated iron cross in the bottom. Baton also features two inscription rings, one at each end, reading " Der Fuhrer dem Generalfeldmarschall Kesselring" and "Zum Freiheitskampf des Grossdesutsches Volkes 19 Juli 1940" Comes with a black display case. In the Third Reich, a service baton was granted for the first time on April 20, 1936, to Werner von Blomberg, who was also the first Field Marshall under Hitler. These are absolutely beautiful batons and a must for any advanced Third Reich military collector.
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