Very large example, measuring 3m x 2m – reportedly from the Eagle's Nest, but no GI provenance. There were only two tables in the Eagle's Nest this could have been used on. The first was the large oval table in the great hall but, seeing as this tablecloth is rectangular, I am guessing it would most likely have been made for the table used in the Scharitzkehlzimmer (also known as the 'Eva Braun room') shown below.
Very rare Der Berghof postcard album
This small booklet was given to visitors to Hitler's mountain home, the Berghof. It contains postcards of rooms within the building, including the great hall and its famous picture window.
A pile of these booklets were recovered by GIs from the bottom of the Eagle's Nest's lift shaft, and within the Berghof itself. Some were signed by Hitler and other VIPs.
The kurzfristiger ausweis (or short-term ID card) shown below was given out by the Reichssicherheitsdienst (Reich security service) and authorized the holder to enter bezirke II (district II) of the Obersalzberg. This covered all areas around and including the Berghof, but excluded the Kehlstein area, which was besirke III. The outer gates of bezirke II were manned by RSD people when Hitler was on the Obersalzberg. While he was away, it was manned by workmen guards (Arbeiterposten).
I've only ever seen one other pass like this, also shown below. These red passes gave access to bezirke I.
Red card and SS guard photo not included in sale.
Source: Hitler's Personal Security, Peter Hoffmann
Obersalzberg ausweis/ID card
SS ausweis (or work pass) granting its holder official authorization to enter restricted areas of the Obersalzberg.
$320 for both cards
Remains of one of the above SS passes, found in a bunker under the Obersalzberg.