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  • Unissued M42 messkit marked CFL 43


    A unissued “mint” M42 Kochgeschirr marked CFL 43 indicating production in 1943 by Carl Feldhaus Aluminium-und Metallwerke, Lüdenscheid. The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally in olive paint. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original finish. Out of hundreds of mess kits, this is one of the best I’ve had the pleasure to offer!

  • Late war enameled M42 messkit


    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 HRE 43


    Excellent “unfinished” M31 mess kit without any paint or finish of any kind, none was ever applied! The mess kit is nicely marked HRE 43 which indicates production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen in 1943. Unfinished mess kits are hard to find especially from the quit early production year 1943! The mess kit is in good used condition and would be a great addition to any collection!

  • M42 messkit marked WJ43


    M42 messkit marked WJ43 with over 90% of its factory paint remaining. Some small dents but otherwise perfect!

  • M42 transitional messkit with M31 handle marked MN43


    Scarce transitional M42 messkit with M31 pattern handles. This example was most probably produced during the transition from m31 to M42 model utilizing the early style handles which were normally riveted to the aluminum body. Uncommon late war variant in very good condition.

  • German reissued Italian messkit


    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 example came out of a small find in Italy just recently.

  • Enamel M42 messkit AWC


    A very nice enameled M42 messkit marked AWC indicating production by August Schubert Hammerwerk Bitterfeld. The messkit comes with the textbook A-frame messkit strap with 3 loops.

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