Honor goblet named to night fighter pilot Feldwebel (later Oberfeldwebel) Martin Kramer. Born November 21 1916. Stabstaffel/NJG-3 (Stade), flying Bf 110E & F4, Ju88C (11/43) & Ju88G-1 (7/44) Ju88G-6 Werk # 620551 "D5 + FA" (lost 1/1/45)
KIA January 1, 1945 in aerial combat 2km east of Liege, Belgium. Buried at the US cemetery at Fosse, near Bastogne, block 59, grave 513. Remaining crew (KIA) Oblt. Wolf Fuchs - R/O 59/505 & Ogefr. Heinrich Prinz - Flt. Engr. 59/514
Both Wellner marked and accompanied by a hand written and signed letter from the US GI that brought these back after the war. The letter states he obtained the pieces in Munich on May 10, 1945. The Führerbau is where State dinners were held but I believe they kept the service stuff in the basement next door. Those are the only two places in Munich which held the formal pattern from what I've gathered from my research.
A most interesting item in my opinion. Here we have a Deutsche Jägerschaft emblem carved into a solid section of stag antler. Perimeter holes were drilled into the piece to sew (most likely) to an article of clothing.
Dt. Botschaft Paris with the National eagle atop a globe. The blade is Rostfrei stamped which indicates the blade is stainless steel.