Original German WW2 Ring with Coin from Volunteer Norwegian Legion, Den Norske Legion, 1941-1943
For your consideration here is the Original German WW2 Ring with Coin from Volunteer Norwegian Legion, Den Norske Legion, 1941-1943.
This item was obtained from a large old collection in Europe. The previous owner is opening a museum of WW2 Military and he needs some money for that. He has 20.000+ items for his museum.
We bought from him 500+ unique items museum qualification and now we are starting to listing it.
Size: 23 x 22 x 16 mm.
This is extremely rare item from German WW2 Volunteer Norwegian Legion. Among a collectors are very limited original artifacts from that Legion.
Estimate price: $400 – $450.
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The item does not promote or glorify violence, racial or religious intolerance and is for sale only for historical purposes to people who are interested in World history. The item will not be sent to the countries where they are not allowed to be sold.
Wikipedia: During World War II, the Norwegian Legion (Norwegian: Den Norske Legion, German: Freiwilligen-Legion Norwegen) was formed by the Waffen-SS on 29 June 1941 in German-occupied Norway. Volunteers were assured that it would be a Norwegian unit with Norwegian officers, uniforms and language and that its area of operations would be Finland. Instead, the Norwegians were deployed to Russia, taking part in the fighting on the Leningrad front. This was done by the Germans to avoid reinforcing any Norwegian territorial claims to the Kola peninsula and the Finnish Petsamo region, which were desired by the Quisling regime. Initially, Quisling hoped to deploy over 30,000 Norwegian legionaries to Finnish Lapland, but this was rejected by both the Germans and the Finns.