Messkits

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  • Mint M42 messkit L&SL43

    225.00

    A minty M42 Kochgeschirr marked L&SL 43 indicating production by Linnepe & Schiffer, Lüdenscheid. The top and the bottom of the messkit are stamped property of the Deutsches Rotez Kreuz. The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally finished in green paint. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original green finish.One of the best mess kits I’ve had to offer!

  • Mint M31 messkit marked HRE44

    130.00

    M31 messkit marked HRE 44 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen. The messkit retains its original factory paint up to 99% and would be impossible to upgrade.

  • M31 messkit marked FWBN 44

    125.00

    A very nice matching messkit with the parts nicely marked FWBN 44  indicating production by F.W. Brockelmann Aluminiumwerk GmbH KG, Neheim/Ruhr. The messkit comes with a nice unissued strap dated 1941.

  • M42 messkit marked L&SL 43

    150.00

    A very nice M42 Kochgeschirr marked L&SL 43 indicating production by Linnepe & Schiffer, Lüdenscheid. The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally finished in green paint. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original green finish.

  • M31 messkit marked GNL40

    110.00

    A nice M31 messkit marked GNL40 indicating production by Gebrüder Nölle Bestecke Lüdenscheid. GNL is a scarcer to find manufacturer. The messkit is slightly dented at the base, otherwise in very good nearly unissued condition.

  • M42 messkit marked DMN 43

    150.00

    A very nice M42 Kochgeschirr marked DMN43 indicating production by Deutsche Metallwerke AG, Neustadt. . The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally finished in green paint. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original green finish.

  • M42 messkit marked ET42 – rare helmet manufacturer

    175.00

    A very nice original M42 messkit with over 90% of its factory paint remaining. The weskit is marked ET42 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. This well known helmet manufacturer made a small batch of messkits, just as its collegues EF, and HKP. Rare original messkit!

  • Pre war M31 messkit marked FWBN 38

    140.00

    Pre war M31 Kochgeschirr marked FWBN 38 indicating production by F.W. Brockelmann Aluminiumwerk GmbH KG, Neheim/Ruhr. Very nice original messkit with 90% of the original factory paint and original strap. Hard to upgrade early piece.

  • Late war enamel M42 messkit

    120.00

    A nice late war M42 messkit in enamel finish. Inside a interesting grey speckled finish can be observed. A very nice late war messkit!

  • M31 messkit marked MN 44

    100.00

    A nice M31 messkit marked MN44 indicating production by Metallindustrie GmbH. Neunkirchen-Saar (MENESA) in 1944. The messkit still retains up to 85% of its original paint.

  • M31 messkit marked HWSD 37

    125.00

    Very nice pre war messkit marked HWSD 37 indicating production by H.W.Schmidt, Metallwarenfabrik, Döbeln. The messkit is in very good condition with over 85% of its original paint remaining.

    This ensemble was photographed on Omaha Beach on the 5th of June 2019.

  • Black pre war M31 messkit marked HWP 34

    Sale! 175.00 125.00

    Black M31 Kochgeschirr marked HWP 34 indicating production by Hermann Wuppermann, Pinneberg. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original factory paint. The top loop for the strap is the first open model. One of the rarest manufacturers/types of messkits in near mint condition!

  • Pre war Reichswehr era Messkit marked SMM 28

    75.00

    A very nice pre war messkit marked SMM28 indicating production by Süddeutsche Metallwarenfabrik, Mussbach in 1928. This is the first inter war period messkit I’ve found. It still retains up to 80% of its original grey paint.

  • M1910 messkit marked RZM M6/2/40

    75.00

    This tall, pre war model was most probably made and used by the Waffen-SS. Nicely marked RZM M6/2/40 and HRE indicate production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen in 1940The usual prewar political models for the HitlerjugendAllgemeine-SS and SA where finished in a black paint. This one, being produced in Olive paint was most probably produced and used by the Waffen-SS as can be seen on many wartime pictures. Nice condition!

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