Here are some items from the collection of Genesis P-Orridge. I am mainly interested in verifying authenticity and getting a rough idea of the value of these pieces for her. The books and the dolls/pins are the most interesting items to me, but I have reservations about the plaques and the knife.
Two cigarette card books, the winter volume of the 1936 Olympia book and the Adolf Hitler book. The Olympia book is missing quite a few pictures, but the AH one is complete with all pictures and the binding intact. It's the early version with Hess still included.
The book has a dedication in the front, with the name of a former SA Standartenfuhrer. I am terrible at decyphering period handwriting.
The Olympia book has a few cards for the Deutschland Erwache book tucked inside, but they are in rough shape.
The first of two plaques. I do not believe the wood it's mounted on to be period. Genesis said she purchased these from Chris Farlowe in the early 70's, which furthers my suspicion that these maybe repro.
Plaque number two:
AH butterknife. I know nothing about cutlery, but I have my doubts.
A pair of documents:
A set of tiny porceline figures with mounted pinbacks. No idea what these are or for.
Thanks for looking!