Messkits

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  • Mint unissued M42 messkit marked ESB43

    200.00

    A mint M42 Kochgeschirr marked ESB43 and ESB44 indicating production early 1944 by Eduard Sommerfeld, Berlin. The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally finished in olive paint. The messkit retains up to 99% of its original brown finish. Out of hundreds of mess kits, this is the best one I’ve yet!

  • Speckled grey enameled M42 messkit

    250.00

    Rare grey speckled enameled steel M42 messkit. Typical production with the green painted handle. Very nice variation for the messkit collector!

  • German reissued Italian messkit

    125.00

    The Italian army messkit (Gavetta Modello 1930) was a commonly seen item within the German army. Prior to re-issue in the German army they where mostly painted green by the Germans.

  • German reissued Italian messkit

    145.00

    The Italian army messkit (Gavetta Modello 1930) was a commonly seen item within the German army. Prior to re-issue in the German army they where mostly painted green by the Germans. This Italian messkit is one of the best ones I’ve ever seen!

  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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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