Field Marshal and Grand Admiral Batons

 

German Generalfeldmarschall and Grandadmiral Baton’s are some of the most beautifully made batons in the world,

manufactured by the finest Jewelers in Germany during the war.  Shown below are original Generalfeldmarschall batons that reside in museums throughout American and Europe. 

 

Visit the Replica Batons page for examples of museum quality batons that occasionally are available on the collector market.  If you are interested in obtaining a replica baton, please check my section on Replica Batons For Sale; click here

 

 

 

Now Available in Limited Quantity

 

 

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Mythos Marschallstab

I have just a few copies of this amazing book now in-stock.  If you’ve never seen this, it is THE book on German marshal’s batons, covering every Field Marshal’s baton in Germany from 1852 through 1945.  It’s 360 pages filled with highly detailed color and black & white pictures of every baton awarded to a German Generalfeldmarschall as well as a detailed history of the award and details of construction.  All text is in German, there is not an English version is available.  All copies are brand new and shrink-wrapped.  Click on the photo to the left to see details of the inside pages.

 

Mythos Marschallstab

By André Stirenberg & André Hüsken

360 pages

 

 

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The Luftwaffe

 

Baton of Luftwaffe Generalfeldmarschall Hermann Goring

Goring’s Generalfeldmarschall baton, courtesy the collection of the National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning/Columbus, Georgia and property of the United States Army (Photograph courtesy of the museum).

 

 

Additional photographs below courtesy of Steve Russell.

 

 

 

Baton of Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring

Hermann Goring’s Reichsmarschall baton, courtesy the collection of the West Point Museum.

(Photographs courtesy of Dietrich Maerz).

 

 

 

ATTENTION!

I now offer nice quality replica, diamond encrusted Reichsmarschall batons.  Please visit my Replica Batons For Sale page if interested. 

Photos of the replica Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring baton are shown below.

 

 

 

The Heer (Army)

 

 

Baton of Generalfeldmarschall Maximllian Freiherr von Weichs

Freiherr von Weichs Generalfeldmarschall baton, courtesy the collection of the National Infantry Museum, Fort Benning/Columbus, Georgia and property of the United States Army.

 

 

 

Additional photographs below courtesy of Steve Russell.

 

 

 

 

Baton of Heer Generalfeldmarschall Gunther von Kluge

GFM Kluge’s baton, courtesy the Panzer Museum at Munster in Germany.  Photographs courtesy of Pieter Verbruggen.

 

 

 

 

The Kriegsmarine

 

 

Baton of Kriegsmarine Grossadmiral Karl Donitz

Grandadmiral Donitz’s baton, courtesy the Shropshire Regimental Museum, Shrewsbury, United Kingdom.  Photographs courtesy David Bloor.

 

 

 

Visit the Replica Batons page for examples of museum quality batons that occasionally are available on the collector market.

 

I am looking for photographic contributions of; Original Generalfeldmarschall batons, Grand Admiral Raeder’s baton, and any interim staff’s.  If you have good photographs, and can provide the rights to publish them on this site to be used as reference, please contact me.

 

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