On both the examples that Philipp's has the Hermann Göring signature isn't an original hand signed example, it is a facsimile. Compare the two signatures and you will see that they are exactly the same in every way and there are no pen strokes.
The Hitler & Blomberg signatures are ok so in my book, it is still too expensive as the dealer wants a price based on 3 signatures when in reality it is only two and a facsimile, but that is irrelevant if you are happy to pay the asking price.
As an aside, the officer to who the citations are made out to finished the war as an Oberst commanding Flakschiessplatz Zingst. He didn't win any major awards.
08-25-2014 01:51 PM
Thank you very much! You are right about the Göring autograph.
Some other opinions about the Hitler and v. Blomberg autograph?
Last edited by Mark87; 08-25-2014 at 04:55 PM.
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