VERY RARE ORIGINAL GOLD GLASS FROM THE

FÜHRERSONDERZUG

WHICH WAS THE FÜHRER'S PERSONAL TRAIN

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

item # F - 383

A sought after artifact in excellent condition

Hitler looking out the window from his personal train (perhaps wondering who just took off with one of his glasses...)

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Offered for sale is a

VERY RARE ORIGINAL GOLD GLASS FROM THE

FÜHRERSONDERZUG

WHICH WAS THE FÜHRER'S PERSONAL TRAIN

FULL MONEY BACK GUARANTEE FOR AUTHENTICITY

Offered for sale is an authentic artifact from Adolf Hitler's personal train, the Führersonderzug! The glass is 170 mm or 6-3/4 inches tall and the diameter at the top is70mm or 3-3/4 inches. There are no chips, cracks or scratches, just a beautifully preserved piece of Adolf Hitler memorabilia that of course comes with fullmoney back guarantee for authenticity.

Nymphenburg was the maker and the number 225 indicates that it was for Hitler's train

Hitler’s Special Train (Führersonderzug)

The Führer's special train was used first during the Balkans Campaign in early 1941. The train was ironically named Führersonderzug "Amerika" in 1940, and later Führersonderzug "Brandenburg". After the Balkans Campaign the train was not used as a Führer Headquarters, but Hitler used it throughout the war when he travelled between Berlin, Berchtesgaden, Munich and other headquarters.
The exact elements of the train is not known, but some details were revealed by the departure information "Bln 2009", when the train departed the Anhalter Bahnhof in Berlin on 23 June 1941, arriving at Wolfsschanze on 24 June 1941;

The individual 17 components (locomotives and cars) in order were:
Two BR52 Class locomotives
a special Flakwagen armoured anti-aircraft train flatbed car with two anti-aircraft guns, most often a pair of Flakvierling cannon batteries, one at each end of the car
a baggage car
the Führerwagen, used by Hitler
a Befehlswagen (command car), including a conference room and a communications center
a Begleitkommandowagen, for the accompanying Reichssicherheitsdienst
a dining car
two cars for guests
a Badewagen (bathing car)
another dining car
two sleeping cars for personnel
a Pressewagen
another baggage car
another Flakwagen

Otto Dietrich indicates that the Flakwagen never had to be used when Hitler was travelling. The "Pressewagen" was to receive and release press reports, not for journalists. (source: Wikipedia)

THIS VERY RARE ORIGINAL GOLD GLASS FROM THE

FÜHRERSONDERZUG

IS OFFERED FOR SALE *SOLD* INCL. SHIPPING WORLDWIDE

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