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Sell Your D-Day Memorabilia for up to Over $500,000 or More at Nate D. Sanders Auctions

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D-Day was the turning point in WWII when the Allies, U.S., Canada, England and France, attacked the German Army in Normandy on June 6, 1944. Below are some recent realized prices for D-Day memorabilia. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amounts or more for you

U.S. Flag Left at Normandy. Sold for Over $150,000.

Tattered U.S. Flag from D-Day. Sold for Over $50,000.

U.S. Flag From D-Day Landing Craft. Sold for Almost $50,000.

Map From U.S. Army Senior Officer. Sold for Nearly $50,000.

Documents From D-Day Preparation. Sold for Over $10,000.

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We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions have sold the following items related to WWII at auction:

Albert Einstein Letter Signed During WWII — ”The power of resistance which has enabled the Jewish people to survive…our readiness to help one another is being put to an especially severe test”

Albert Einstein typed letter signed during World War II, with moving content regarding helping Jewish refugees. Dated 10 June 1939 on his personal embossed letterhead from Princeton, Einstein writes to Dr. Maurice Lenz who worked on ”behalf of the refugees during Dedication Week.” Einstein continues, ”…The power of resistance which has enabled the Jewish people to survive for thousands of years has been based to a large extent on traditions of mutual helpfulness. In these years of affliction our readiness to help one another is being put to an especially severe test. May we stand this test as well as did our fathers before us. 

We have no other means of self-defense than our solidarity and our knowledge that the cause for which we are suffering is a momentous and sacred cause. 

It must be a source of deep gratification to you to be making so important a contribution toward rescuing our persecuted fellow-Jews from their calamitous peril and leading them toward a better future…[signed] A. Einstein”. 

Single page letter measures 8.5” x 11”. Folds and light creasing, otherwise near fine condition. Accompanied by Einstein’s embossed mailing envelope, postmarked Princeton on 12 June 1939. Sold for $134,344.

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Albert Einstein Letter Signed During WWII. Click to enlarge.

Signatures by 23 WWII War Criminals at the Sugamo Prison in Japan — Including Prime Minister Hideki Tojo and 6 of the Executed — Also Japan’s Two Surrender Signers Aboard the Missouri

Manuscript signed by 23 accused WWII war criminals while imprisoned at Sugamo Prison in Toyko. Signatures include the infamous 7 men ultimately convicted of war crimes and executed, including Japanese prime minister and IJA General “Tojo, Hideki”. Also signed by Instrument of Surrender signers Shigemitsu and Umezu, as well as Araki, Kaya, Suzuki, Matsui, Hiranuma, Doihara, Hashimoto, Hirota, Oshima, Hata, Itagaki, Sato, Kimura, Hoshino, Minami, Oka, Koiso, Shimada and Muto. Document, handwritten in Japanese, outlines the terms of their incarceration, translating in part, “…Visitation is allowed within the limit of four people to each detainee in the same one room between 9:00 to 11:30, and 13:00 to 16:30…For book rentals (exchange), call a corporal…Within the limit of my order and the military order, it is my intention to make every effort for everyone’s issued supplies and comfort…[signed] Lee P. Vincent, Assigned Officer, US Army Military Police Lieutenant.” Runs 2pp. on a single sheet. Measures 8″ x 10.5″. Creasing and tape along the top edge, else near fine. Sold for $12,353.

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Signatures by 23 WWII War Criminals at the Sugamo Prison in Japan. Click to enlarge.

Joseph Stalin WWII-Dated Document Signed

Joseph Stalin World War II-dated document signed. Written in Cyrilic, ”Diploma of the Laureate of the Stalin Prize” is datelined from Moscow, and was awarded to the men who helped create emergency leather substitutes. Additionally signed by Y Chadaev, Council of the People’s Commissars, Administrator of Affairs. Reads in part: ”…by the decision of the Council of People’s Commissars of the Union at the S.S.R…the Stalin Prize second class is awarded to (Pisarenko, Alekseenko, Gavrikov, Rogov, Plotnikov, Khomutov, Marakhovskiy)…” Nicely bound document with embossed U.S.S.R. seal. Contained within a gilt hardcover folder with metallic profile busts of Stalin and Lenin. Document measures 10.25” x 14.25” and runs 8pp. Light toning to first blank page and minor foxing throughout, otherwise in very good condition. Sold for $9,625.

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Joseph Stalin WWII-Dated Document Signed. Click to enlarge.

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