CAA writes to Hungerford auction house over sale of Nazi medals
CAA has written to an auction house in Hungerford over the grotesque sale of Third Reich memorabilia.
The Emporium auction house, which boasts a wide range of antiques, was discovered to have been selling emblems and medals featuring swastikas.
One item, listed at £135, was labelled “WW2 German Boxed Faithful Service Cross 2nd Class”.
Another, priced at £55, was tagged as “WW2 mothers cross in silver”.
This is not the first reported instance of an auction house selling Nazi memorabilia.
In October, Charles Hanson, who regularly appears as an expert on the BBC programme Bargain Hunt, was said to have been selling Nazi memorabilia at his auction house.