Mapcase – 0/0323/0003 – Named to Morck

The mapcase was a item most often related to non- and commissioned officers in the field. Truth is many other functions and ranks wore these pouches containing all sorts of paperwork. Melders or messengers in the field, truck- and motorcycle drivers utilized mapcases. The german army had a few varieties in mapcases in different colours. The mapcase could contain anything from maps to pencils, from the famous Deckungswinkelmesser to a wide variety of map plotting rulers.

Colour: Black
Material: Pebbled leather
Markings: 0/0323/0003
Maker: It is unknown to which producer 0/0323/0003 refers to.
Year: 1942-1945
Hardware: Gray galvanised steel without rollers.
Notes: The map case is nicely named to Morck and still contains 5 of the original pencils.