Submarine Clasp, in Silver


SKU: 01.GTR.0909.101.01.000

Estimated market value:

$2000 USD

  • Submarine Clasp, in Silver Obverse
  • Submarine Clasp, in Silver Obverse
  • Submarine Clasp, in Silver Reverse

Estimated market value:

$2000 USD


  • Country
  • Makers
    C. Schwerin & Sohn, Berlin
  • Composition
    Silvered Zinc

Physical Description and Item Details

In silvered zinc alloy, maker "Entw. Peekhaus Ausf. Schwerin Berlin 68", pin and catch on reverse missing, otherwise in very fine condition.


The Submarine Clasp was instituted by Grand Admiral Dönitz on May 15th, 1944, and was conferred upon U-Boat crewmen in recognition of their unwavering bravery and valour. Recipients were recommended for conferral by their commander. The necessary requirements are unknown.

This clasp is also known as the U-Boat Combat Clasp and the Submarine Front Clasp.

The initial clasp design was submitted by Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus of Berlin.

The Silver Clasp was added as a grade on November 24, 1944, and was awarded to recipients of the Bronze Clasp who continued to display merit and valour within submarine services.


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