Award document grouping to Obergefreiter Anton Graser, a combat veteran of the 9. Panzer-Division (Eastern Front) and the 15. Panzergrenadier-Division (Western Front). The grouping includes, in chronological order:

  • Award document for the Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1. Oktober 1938 mit Spange, October 1939, facsimile signed by General Heinz Guderian. 
  • Award document for the Panzerkampfabzeichen, September 1941, hand signed by Generalleutnant Alfred Ritter von Hubicki, Knight's Cross winner. 
  • Award document for the Eiserne Kreuz 2. Klasse, October 1941, also hand signed by Generalleutnant Alfred Ritter von Hubicki, Knight's Cross winner. 
  • Award document for the Verwundetenabzeichen in Silber, October 1944, following a third wound sustained with Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 104 of the 15. Panzergrenadier-Division. 
  • Verwundetenzettel (wound tag) for this last wound, October 1944, sustained while fighting with the 4./Pz.Gren.Rgt.104 in the Saar area east of Luneville, on the French-German border. Rare to have this tag alongside the citation, especially for a Western Front wound! 
  • French POW identification document, August 1945. The document mentions his last unit as "15. Panzer-Division" (this should be 15. Panzergrenadier-Division), and his date of capture as 17th of April 1945 in Sonneberg (central Germany). 
  • Heimkehrer-Entlassungsschein, February 1946, also mentioning his three wounds. 

The documents are in very used condition, with some ID numbers in ballpoint pen, folded, not punched.

9.PD and 15.PGD Citation grouping, France 1944 WIA

  • Product Code: DU086
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  • 240.00 EUR