Nazi memorabilia was spotted on sale at a car boot sale in Chiswick , prompting a Parents Teacher Association to warn it will crackdown on car boot sellers.
Objects including Nazi Second World War military medals and propaganda items adorned with swastikas were spotted at Chiswick School's monthly car boot sale.
Cecile Roach, who regularly shops at the sale, said she noticed the items on display at four stalls at the event on November 6, reports The Mirror .
The car boot sale is held on the first Sunday of each month in the grounds of the academy school in leafy Chiswick in west London, to raise money for the PTA.
Ms Roche took photographs of some of the objects and posted them to Facebook.
Her photos include a picture of a white plaque bearing the words "Deutsche Arbeitsfront" - or "German Labour Front" - printed below the Nazi emblem.
The organisation was created by Adolf Hitler to replace trade unions in Nazi Germany.
Also on sale was a Blood Order medal, which carries the phrase: "and yet you were still victorious" - "und ihr habt dich gesiegt" in German - above a swastika emblem.
The medals were presented to participants in Hitler's failed 1923 Munich Putsch coup, and have a picture of the Feldherrnhalle in Munich, where the coup ended, on the reverse.
Another of the objects appears to be a Nazi Waffen-SS proficiency medal, worn by members of the brutal armed wing of the party.
Ms Roche, who works in the pharmaceutical industry and lives in nearby Kew, told The Mirror : "I've lived in Kew for about 25 years and the car boot sale is held once a month.
"I was so surprised when I passed by and noticed it on a stall and another stall and another stall.
"I only took a few snaps, but there was a lot more on offer. Some of the sellers specialised in war memorabilia but others had all sorts of tat.
"My family is French, my relatives were in the French resistance, it made me feel very uncomfortable."
She said she had never noticed similar items for sale at previous events.
A PTA spokesman said: "A seller has contacted us to report the stall.
"This stall is unknown to us and as reported, would certainly be inappropriate for any car boot, school-based or not.
"We have never encountered this before and will be amending our website and flyers to reflect our views.
"I have informed the lady who raised the issue that this is the action that we would be taking."
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