Adolf Hitler Silver-Plated die Struck boxed Medallion
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This truly is a collectable piece that will not only complement any NS collection but will surely increase in value.
Only 500 of these silver plated medallions have been minted in a WORLDWIDE release. Each silver plated medallion is hand finished to give a mirror finish (look at the main photograph which shows the reflection of our camera). The obverse is created from a period postcard , available elsewhere on our website, of the Fuhrer in his wartime national Leaders uniform. it is surrounded by the legand “Adolf Hitler is the Future and “Tomorrow belongs to us” divided by a swastika on either side. The reverse bears the inscription from the prophetic final testament of the Fuhrer that his “It is necesary that I should die for my people, but my spirit will rise from the grave, and the world will know that I was right” Are we not beginning to see this coming true today in Europe’s political landscape? The edge is enhanced with the wording “We are not the last of yesterday but the first of tomorrow” which was drafted by Coin Jordan, the then Leader of the National Socialist Movement for the 1962 Cotswold camp of the World Union of National Socialists. In the middle are the numbers “14” for the Fourteen Words and “88” which stands for the HH in Heil Hitler.
The rich symbolism on this medallion reflects the unbreakable links that have been forged across the generations of the National Socialists of the past to the National Socialists of today. Linked by by the common struggle for the Weltanschauung it is a reminder of all the things that National Socialists hold dear and a motivational reminder that we are indeed the “first of tomorrow”
The medallion is protected in a hard acrylic capsule to preserve its condition and delivered in a custom finished black velour presentation case. This presentation case is topped off with a bold Swastika and “IN HOC SIGNO VINCE (In this sign you will conquer) in rich silver foil. NS minded people will recall this is the famous title of one of Commander Lincoln Rockwell’s booklets.
This is a quality DIE STRUCK coin minted to the exacting standards of British craftsmen and not a cheap pot metal casting.