Price: 235.00 euro Size rocket: 42.5cm./16.7inch. Weight: 1595gr./56oz.
Rocket lamp Handmade 1960’s/1970’s. The lamp is made of stainless steel with presumably also stainless steel legs and bracket. The tip and the 6 wings are made of acrylic and the base and intermediate pieces are made of a type of plastic /nylon. Nice cool look with blue/white fins and a point with a blue glow. This is a vintage lamp that can be disassembled into 3 parts. Lamp is a beautiful stand alone piece. See how the braces go from thick to thin. Wiring has been renewed and a new COB LED lamp has been installed and can be switched on and off with a push button, everything works well.
Price: 199.00 euro Size rocket: 47cm./18.5inch. Weight: 632gr./22.2oz.
Old rocket lamp made somewhere in the 60s or 70s. Aluminum body with acrylic wings, tip and base which is connected with a chrome bracket. Model is completely handmade and has a nice size. Great pedestal with an asymmetrical shape which is also faceted inwards and outwards and has a silver/black color. Cable and lamp fitting have been renewed. Lamp can be disassembled into 3 parts.
6th. World Youth Festival Moscow 1957 Perfume bottles in box. Sadly one bottle is missing. The text on the box reads:”6th. World Festival Of Youths And Students, Moscow, 1957″. The 6th World Festival of Youth and Students was opened on 28 July 1957, in Moscow, Soviet Union. The festival attracted 34,000 people from 130 countries. This became possible after the political changes initiated by Nikita Khrushchev. It was the first World Festival of Youth and Students held in the Soviet Union. A minor international incident was provoked around the attendance of left-wing Iraqi writer Ga’ib Tu’ma Farman at the festival. The Iraqi government revoked Farman’s citizenship while he was abroad, effectively stranding him in Moscow as a stateless person. This situation was resolved by the intervention of the Chinese delegation who agreed to officially invite Farman to Beijing. He went on to work for Foreign Languages Press.
Price: 123.00 euro Size: 63x49cm./24.8×19.2inch. Weight: 4530gr./159oz.
Cold War nuclear bomb attack instruction map. Large folder of cards with black and white photos pasted on cardboard boards for instruction Also a kind of Geiger counter wall plate where various measurements can be displayed to indicate the seriousness of the situation. All nuclear bomb types, their functioning, what it does to you, how it is formed, fall out, how to build nuclear bomb cellars, etc. etc. are explained. After instruction the folder was tied with cords and on to the next instruction location. Beautiful cold war relic I don’t think you’ll ever see anything like that again. Folder is tied by 8 ribbons.
Price: 44.00 euro Size: 49.5cm./19.4inch. Weight: 143gr./5oz.
Big model of the Ostankono Tower in Moscow. Made in 3 parts from Aluminium. Ostankino Tower is a television and radio tower in Moscow owned by the Russian TV and Radio Broadcasting Network build ij 1967. Standing 540.1 metres (1,772 ft), Ostankino was designed by Nikolai Nikitin. It is currently the tallest free standing structure in Europe and 11th tallest in the world. Between 1967 and 1974, it was the tallest in the world. The tower was the first free standing structure to exceed 500 m (1,600 ft) in height. Ostankino was built to mark the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution. It is named after the surrounding Ostankino district of Moscow.
Price: 45.00 euro Size: 93x46cm./36.6×18.1inch. Weight: 33gr./1.1oz.
Albanian communist scarf used by the Labour Youth Union Of Albania. The text on the scarf reads:”We learn and work for the strengthening and protection of the homeland”. The Labour Youth Union of Albania was the youth organization of the Party of Labour of Albania. Founded on November 23, 1941 as the Communist Youth it was officially described as the “greatest revolutionary force of inexhaustible strength” and a “strong fighting reserve of the party” it was a key organization for political socialization in socialist Albania. The union operated directly under the Party of Labour of Albania. The union was considered one of the most important auxiliaries of the party. Organized in the same way as the party, the union had city and district committees, and higher organs, including the politburo and Central Committee. It was patterned after All-Union Leninist Communist Youth League, known as Komsomol, in the Soviet Union. It had 200.000 members in the range of 15 to 25 years old. it was dissolved in 1991.
Price: 10.00 euro Size: 27cm./10.6inch. Weight: 19gr./0.6oz.
Cloth made in the DDR with the coat of arms. The text reads:”National People’s Army”. The National People’s Army (NVA) was the armed forces of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) from 1956 to 1990. The NVA was formed in 1956 to succeed the Kasernierte Volkspolizei (Barracked People’s Police) and influenced by the Soviet Army, becoming one of the Warsaw Pact militaries opposing NATO during the Cold War. The majority of NATO officers rated the NVA the best military in the Warsaw Pact based on discipline, thoroughness of training, and the quality of officer leadership. The NVA did not see significant combat but participated in the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968, deployed military advisors to communist governments in other countries, and manned the Berlin Wall where they were responsible for numerous deaths. The NVA was dissolved in 1990 and its facilities and equipment were handed over to the Bundeswehr (the armed forces of West Germany), which also absorbed most of its personnel below the rank of non-commissioned officer.
Price: 2.50 euro Size: 10.5x8cm./4.1×3.1inch. Weight: 4gr./0.1oz.
Patch made in the DDR for the Betriebsschutz (Industrial Security) wich was part of the Volkspolizei (Poeple’s Police). In the GDR, industrial security was a branch of the People’s Police. Company security offices existed in companies of high (national) economic importance. For example the “LEUNA-Werke”, the “Eisenhüttenkombinat Ost” and the cement works in Rüdersdorf. The tasks of the “company guards” consisted in the prevention and detection of criminal offenses, in particular acts of theft on the premises of the company and the enforcement of order and security.
Price: 2.50 euro Size: 10.5x8cm./4.1×3.1inch. Weight: 4gr./0.1oz.
Patch from the DDR made for the Volkzpolizei (People’s Police) for the Abschnittsbevollmächtigter function (Section Representative). An Abschnittsbevollmächtigter (ABV) was a police officer of the Volkspolizei in the GDR. It was a kind of neighborhood/community police officer, which was responsible for a certain area. The Abschnittsbevollmächtigter was the point of contact for both the citizens in that area and the Volkspolizei. The Abschnittsbevollmächtigter was also responsible for issuing court documents in its area. The Abschnittsbevollmächtigter also had to keep an eye on foreign visitors and prepare a report for the Ministry of State Security (the Stasi) whether a DDR citizen was allowed to go abroad.
Price: 2.50 euro Size: 11×7.5cm./4.3×2.9inch. Weight: 2gr./0.1oz.
Patch from the DDR made for the Schutzpolizei (Protection Police). The Schutzpolizei was in support of the regular police forces. The tasks consisted of checks, support in collisions, burglaries, theft and public order. The department was provided with official cars, and also performed street service.
Price: 5.00 euro Size: 7cm./2.7inch. Weight: 2gr./0.1oz.
Patch made in the DDR for the KDA, Combat Groups Of The Working Class. The Combat Groups of the Working Class (German: Kampfgruppen der Arbeiterklasse, KDA) was a paramilitary organization in the German Democratic Republic (GDR) from 1953 to 1989. The KDA served for the ruling Socialist Unity Party of Germany composed of party members and politically reliable working people, based on dictatorship of the proletariat principles, to be deployed locally to fight civil unrest or invasion. The KDA was a civil reserve force tied to the GDR’s Ministry of the Interior and the Volkspolizei, reaching 211,000 personnel at its peak in 1980. The KDA was disbanded after the opening of the Berlin Wall in late 1989.
Price: 10.00 euro Size: 5x4cm./1.9×1.5inch. Weight: 23gr./0.8oz.
Keychain from the Soviet Union. A miniature book with pictures. The text on the cover of the book reads:”Monuments of the architecture of Pushkin Park”. Pushkin Park is located in the centre of Saransk in Mordovia, Russia. Pushkin Park is one of the most beautiful parks in Saransk; its area is about 40 hectares. Alexander Pushkin was one of the greatest Russian writer and poet. Nowadays the park became a place of rest for people of different ages, interests and the main place to hold large events. Its shady avenues, clean air and good atmosphere attract visitors on weekends and week days. There are three main parts in this park: a rest zone, an attractions zone and an event zone. Pushkin Park has three main attractions. There are a big wheel, a brass band that plays every Sunday, and a train for little children and their parents.
Price: 2.50 euro Size: 9×7.5cm./3.5×2.9inch. Weight: 3gr./0.1oz.
Patch from the DDR, civil defense. This patch was sewn on uniform sleeves or armbands. The Civil defense of the GDR was an organization for the protection of the population, the economy, vital facilities and cultural values against the consequences of disasters and accidents. In the event of war, it should also serve to protect its own population from military operations.
Price: 7.50 euro Size: 20.5×12.5cm./8×4.9inch. Weight: 11gr./0.3oz.
Armband made in the DDR for the Civil Defense (Zivil Verteidigung). This is the olive version. The Civil defense of the GDR was an organization for the protection of the population, the economy, vital facilities and cultural values against the consequences of disasters and accidents. In the event of war, it should also serve to protect its own population from military operations.
Price: 7.50 euro Size: 20.5×12.5cm./8×4.9inch. Weight: 11gr./0.3oz.
Armband made in the DDR for the Civil Defense (Zivil Verteidigung). This is the grey version. The Civil defense of the GDR was an organization for the protection of the population, the economy, vital facilities and cultural values against the consequences of disasters and accidents. In the event of war, it should also serve to protect its own population from military operations.
Price: 10.00 euro Size: 20.5×12.5cm./8×4.9inch. Weight: 11gr./0.3oz.
Armband made in the DDR for the Civil Defense (Zivil Verteidigung). This is the blue version. The Civil defense of the GDR was an organization for the protection of the population, the economy, vital facilities and cultural values against the consequences of disasters and accidents. In the event of war, it should also serve to protect its own population from military operations.
Price: 29.00 euro Size: 43x31cm./16.9×12.2inch. Weight: 900gr./31.7oz.
Spacegame made in Hungary in the cold war era called “Excavator” and features models of the Buran spacecraft from the Soviet Union. Also known as the Soviet space shuttle. The game is complete and in good condition.
Price: 227.00 euro Size: 34×25.5cm./13.3x10inch. Weight: 811gr./28.6inch.
Rocket lamp vintage 60’s/70’s. Old rocket lamp made somewhere in the 60s or 70. Aluminum hull with acrylic wings, point and pedestal. Model is made completely handmade and has a nice format. Cable and switch have been refreshed and a new COB LED lamp has also been placed. The golden foot has 2 diamonds and an emerald stars that makes the whole very sparkling. A lamp that is old but adapted to modern time, power consumption is minimal and 100% safe. See photos and the video.
Price: 85.00 euro Size: 6.5x9cm./2.5×3.5inch. Weight: 456gr,/16oz.
Mig 15 Cockpit oxygen mask Instrument. Cockpit picture shows the clock top left. On the back is a mark, on the dial is the number 30890 ик-52 on the left, 165 on the right. Cover caps are still present.
Price: 42.00 euro Size: 11×7.5cm./4.3×2.9inch. Weight: 59gr./2.1oz.
WWII German photo book handmade Eastern front. Unique! Military photo album that says:”On Russian Soil”. Booklet is made of fabric paper with a kind of high-gloss marble-look plastic. Everything is riveted together with 2 nails. A soldier with a camera in a trench is drawn in gold at the front, a pole with barbed wire behind it.
Price: 95.00 euro Size: 26cm./10.2inch. Weight: 1492gr./52.6oz.
Space age rocket fan from the CCCP era. Works well and in new condition. Rocket with 3 blades. The blades are made of bakelite, just like the plug, and stands on a chrome bracket complete with all 5 rubber rings. Blade is made of soft plastic so it is safe to touch it while spinning. Fan can be adjusted to any position.
Price: 80.00 euro Size: 20cm./7.8inch. Weight: 214gr./7.5oz.
Rocket Pen 1961 Gagarin Boctok. The rarest space travel rocket pen out there. This vintage pen was once released to mark the victory of humans to visit space for the first time. Pen is in very good condition (new condition) which makes it even more special. Base appears to be painted metal. On the side of the rocket it says “BOCTOK” and the pen has double wings and gold colored bracket. Pen uses ink that is sucked up by means of a pump. When the back is turned, the piston rises and the pen fills.
Price: 95.00 euro Size: 61.5cm./24.2inch. Weight: 630gr./22.2oz.
Russian Zeit Rocket. Handmade. Zenit is a Russian missile that was further developed in Ukraine after the fall of the Soviet Union. Very rare. Rocket is handmade and even the texts and drawings are painted by hand. Entirely made of aluminum. The intermediate piece is open and the rocket nozzles can be seen in between. The octagonal base has a diameter of 8.4 cm. Diameter of the rocket is 4 cm and the height no less than 61.5 cm and weighs 630 grams Built in the 1980s, Zenit is the last missile family developed by the Soviet Union. The plan was to have the Zenit take over the Soyuz’s manned spaceship launches, but these plans were abandoned after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s. Zenit is a space rocket designed by the Yuzhnoye Design Bureau of the Soviet Union, and further developed by the same design bureau since the early 1990s, but is now part of Ukraine.
This is a model of the Soviet spaceship moon walker Maan Lunokhod 1. Made around 1971. The toy works properly, light flashes and all 8 wheels are driven. It is in played condition. The lid of the box has cracks and is damaged, but still included. Works on a standard flat battery. The lunar vehicle was the first of two unmanned lunar rovers to land on the moon by the Soviet Union as part of the Lunokhod program. The spacecraft carrying Lunokhod 1 was called Luna 17. Luna 17 was launched on November 10, 1970. After reaching Earth orbit, the final phase of Luna 17’s launch rocket was fired to orbit it towards the moon . Mission Results – During the 322 Earth days of operations, Lunokhod traveled 10,540 meters and returned more than 20,000 TV images. The location of the Lunokhod 1 has been uncertain since 1971. In November 2010, the location of the rover was determined to within an inch.
Price: 29.00 euro Size: 32x25cm./12.6×9.8inch. Weight: 450gr./15.8oz.
Vintage Che Guevara sholder bag with key holder. Truly in new condition bag with on the front his image with above it “Hasta la victoria Siempre!” meaning:”Always Towards Victory!” The bag has a compartment with a zipper on the front and a compartment on the inside that can be closed with a zipper. Label inside is stitched red “Chë” Super cool. Vintage but still very popular and can be used daily.
Price: 50.00 euro Size: 14×9.5cm./5.5×3.7inch. Weight: 630gr./22.2oz.
Soviet Union Sputnik shaving device for travel. Non electrical. Works perfectly. If you turn the key, you can turn it on or off by turning the dial next to the shaving head. On the heavy chrome-plated rotary knob that can fold back is in Russian:”Made in CCCP”. Above that the word Sputnik. Purchased on October 31, 1968 and warranty expired on May 29, 1969. Complete with travel case, usage papers, cool photos, and in its original box with the text Sputnik on the front and an image of an airplane, train, boat and car.
Price: 185.00 euro Size: 32.5cm./12.7inch. Weight: 1050gr./37oz.
Space age Rocket lamp hand made 1960/70’s. The lamp is made of a copper body, plexiglass wings and acrylic top, bottom, bracket and base. This is a vintage lamp with a 2-layer base. The LED lighting makes the lamp very economical and gives off almost no heat. Raket is a beautiful stand alone piece, an eye catcher. Wiring has been renewed and a new COB LED lamp has been installed, everything works well.
Soviet rocket lamp hand made 1960/70. The lamp is made of a chromed metal body, ebonite back, and plexiglass wings and tip and acrylic base. This is a vintage lamp that can be disassembled into 3 parts. Lamp is a beautiful stand alone piece, an eye catcher. Wiring has been renewed and a new COB LED lamp has been installed, everything works well. Wings and fuselage have some scratches and traces of glue residue.
Price: 945.00 euro Size: 97cm./38.1inch. Weight: 4758gr./167.8inch.
This is one of the most unique space lamp item there is outthere. Rocket lamp Floor model hand made 1960/70. The lamp is made of stainless steel and a stainless base, body and tip. Nylon pieces above and below the body and plexiglass wings and tip. This is a vintage lamp that consists of 7 parts. Lamp is very large and a beautiful stand alone piece, an eye catcher. Wiring has been renewed and a new COB LED lamp has been installed, everything works well. I have photographed the lamp in different locations and with different light intensities but it does not capture the real beauty of this lamp. It is something that you have to see in real life. Due to the weight of the base, the lamp is very stable.
Price: 47.00 euro Size: 4.6×4.5cm./1.8×1.7oz. Weight: 42gr./1.4oz.
Sputnik, Vostok missile and Kremlin, all are honored on this lighter. Chromed lighter in very good condition. Obviously old and with signs of wear, no gasoline or spark stone so we are selling it as not working. On the bottom a brand, factory name.
Price: 42.00 euro Size: 32.5cm./12.7inch. Weight: 1140gr./40.2oz.
Trophy vase (?) stainless steel with red star at the top. With inscription 50th .anniversary, donated in 1977. Made of stainless steel! Very heavy. At the top a red star made of plastic which is transparent. Can be taken apart in 4 parts. Shiny ornament presumably handmade.
Price: 59.00 euro Size: 27x22cm./10.6×8.6inch. Weight: 2250gr./79.3oz.
Hungarian Sputnik design fan made in the1960s. The text on the plate reads:”Attorney general’s Office”. Well functioning ivory white bakelite fan which is on a chrome bracket and can be placed in any position. It can be standing or hung. The 3 blades are made of rubber so soft to the hands when it is working. Rear of the engine beautifully finished with a chrome cap.
Space travel propaganda pocket knife. Knife is made of aluminum (outside) and steel. On one side the rocket of Yuri Gagarin with star and hammer and sickle and on the other side the Ostankino transmission tower in Moscow.
Price: 25.00 euro Size: 5.5×3.5cm./2.1×1.3inch. Weight: 5gr./0.17oz.
Very old, delicate and fragile Sputnik christmass ball from the Soviet Union. It’s amazing that this Sputnik ball survived this many years without breaking one of the tips off. Painted on the ball are the letters:”CCCP” and a red star.
Price: 81.00 euro Size: 62.5cm./24.6inch. Weight: 3246gr./114.4oz.
Mortar lamp. Works well with original 1960s switch. High-gloss black on 3 legs. A cap can be placed on top, but the bracket can also be removed if a cap is placed on the fitting. Marked with 2 numbers. Real eye catcher.
Price: 33.00 euro Size: 7.3×6.5cm./2.8×2.5inch. Weight: 65gr./2.2oz.
Made of metal with a stamp on the back. At the top an eye at the back to sew it on or to hang it over. A coat of arms can also be seen to the right of the rocket on a map of Europe. Within the global Aerospace community Lampoldshausen is known as Aerospace Village by the Institute of space propulsion of the German Aerospace Center (DLR) for research and hot firing test of rocket engines, especially for Ariane launchers as well as the Orbital Propulsion Centre of ArianeGroup, the European competence centre for spacecraft propulsion.
Price: 78.00 euro Size: 22x15cm./8.6×5.9inch. Weight: 268gr./9.4oz.
Flagpole point Kisz Elöre Hungarian Communist Youth Association 1919-1957. Completely original, even the paint. Even after 63 in very good condition. Large star surrounded by 2 laurel branches, in the center of the 2 flags. Ornaments from Warsaw Pact countries are rarer than from Mother Russia. It was founded on 21 March 1957 (on the anniversary of the Hungarian Soviet Republic’s declaration in 1919), following the break of 1956 Hungarian Revolution. It claimed to represent all the country’s youth and sought to educate young people politically and to supervise political as well as some social activities for them. KISZ was the most important source of new members for the party. Its organizational framework paralleled that of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party and included a congress, central committee, secretariat, and regional and local committees. Membership was open to youth from the ages of fourteen to twenty-six years, but most of the full-time leaders of the organization were well over the age limit. In the 1980s, KISZ had about 800,000 members. Membership was common among students (96% at universities, 75% in high schools) but was lower among young people already working (31%). It was mandatory for university admittance.
DVD with a giant performance of 10.000 members for the celebration of the 70th. anniversary of North Korea’s Working Party in 2015. This is just propaganda heaven. The Workers’ Party of Korea is the founding and ruling political party of North Korea. It is the largest party in North Korea with two other legal parties making up the Democratic Front for the Reunification of the Fatherland. However, these minor parties are completely subservient to the WPK and must accept the WPK’s “leading role” as a condition of their existence.It was founded in 1945 with the merger of the Workers’ Party of North Korea and the Workers’ Party of South Korea. The WPK also controls the Korean People’s Army. The WPK is organized according to the Monolithic Ideological System and the Great Leader, a system and theory conceived by Kim Yong Ju and Kim Jong Il. Although the WPK is organizationally similar to communist parties, in practice it is far less institutionalized and informal politics plays a larger role than usual.Kim Jong Un is the current WPK leader, serving as Chairman. The WPK is committed to Juche, an ideology which has been described as a combination of collectivism and nationalism.