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  • Presstoff Straight E-tool carrier marked jmb 1943


    A nice original Presstoff E-tool carrier in very good condition. The leather is supple and it can easily be displayed on a mannequin. Nicely maker marked jmb and dated 1943. Textbook mid- to late war variation made out of Ersatzmaterial!

  • Schlueter made US M1 fixed bale with first pattern USMC cover


    US M1 fixed bale Schlueter helmet with Inland liner. The helmet is named Thompson on the top which is typical for a USMC helmet. The cover is a nice first pattern example in good worn condition. The cover shows natural wear and patina matching to the helmet and its liner. The helmet is a nice example of a rare Schlueter made shell complete with its original liner and cover!

  • Heer Artillery or Artillerie EM shoulderstraps


    A great original set of shoulder boards intended for a Kanonier (EM) in a Artillerie unit. A nice set in very good condition.

  • Heer officers field cap manufactured from Dutch sidecap


    Unique Pre war Dutch sidecap that was converted during the war to a German army officers field cap. The cap is nicely marked J.P. Mol Breda (the Netherlands) and is a good size 57. Scarce and unique piece that I’ve never encountered before!

  • Late war Riveted Y-straps ID’ed Anton Muschel KIA 1.9.44


    Late war Y-strap with riveted fittings named to Gefreiter Anton Muschel killed in action 1st of September 1944, just north of the Festung Brest. 

  • Mint carrying straps for large food container


    Scarce mint leather strap for the large Wehrmacht issue food container. Impossible to find spare when you have the food container!

  • Rare late war riveted Y-strap marked RBNr. 0/0576/003


    A nice original Y-strap marked RBNr. 0/0576/003. This Y-strap is a rare latewar “riveted” variant. On multiple places rivets are used in stead of stitches. Another interesting feature is the angle on which the auxiliary D-rings on top are sewn. These are typical features for this maker but sadly the RBnr. can not be traced. The Y-strap is named Brack or Brach. A very rare late war Y-strap in good used condition.

  • Near mint blue Luftwaffe MP38 u. MP40 pouch


    Nice original MP38 u. MP40 pouch marked MP38 u. MP40. This pouch is in very good to mint condition. A very nice MP40 pouch with brown leather that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Luftwaffe combat boot knife or Stiefelmesser marked L6


    A very nice original Luftwaffe combat boot knife or Nahkampfmesser. Nicely marked with the Luftwaffe 6 Waffenamt. The knife is in good sharp condition and has never been issued, cleaned or sharpened post war. Perfect combat mannequin accessorie!

  • MG34 / 42 tool pouch gut 1944


    Nice original tool pouch in good used condition marked gut 1944. Nice for a combat mannequin.

  • m. Gr. W. 34 mortar tool box


    Scarce original tool kit for the m. Gr. W. 34 mortar. Very hard to find with the pull tab and the carrying loop intact.

  • German military issue map Falaise pocket


    Nice original Wartime map depicting most of the area of the Falaise pocket, Normandy. The area depicted was the ground last major battle in Normandy.

  • MG34 / MG42 barrel carrier or Laufschützer 43


    A very nice original Laufschützer 43, a barrel carrier designed to carry both the MG34 and MG42 barrels. The barrel carrier comes with its originally attached sling in full length. The paint still retains up to 90% on this piece and it would be very hard to upgrade this piece. Most barrel carriers on the market have replaced slings, been repainted or even stripped and blued postwar. This one is a fully untouched late war example in very good original condition!

  • Mint US M1 front seam swivel bale helmet


    Original US M1 front seam swivel bale helmet in unissued condition. The helmet retains up to 99% of its factory paint finish. The helmet is complete with its original net. The leather strap is broken, otherwise a mint helmet!

  • Straight leather E-tool carrier marked gyc 42


    Hard to find leather straight E-tool carrier in unissued condition. The leather is plyable and complete with all straps. One of the better early carriers I’ve been able to offer.

  • Tan painted camouflage gasmask canister Res. Flak-Abt. 247 Soldat Lammers


    Hard to find original tan painted camouflage gasmask canister. Named inside to Soldat Lammers and unit marked Res. Flak-Abt. 247 . The canister still retains up to 85% of its original tan camouflage paint. Hard to upgrade tropical camouflage gasmask canister!

  • German military issue map south of Cherbourg


    Nice original Wartime map depicting the area just south of Cherbourg, Normandy. The area depicted was the ground for the fierce battle of Cherbourg.

  • Pioneer saw marked jln 1942 with rubberized carrier


    A very nice pioneer handsaw marked jln 1943 indicating production by Deutsche Lederwerkstaetten GmbH, Pirmasens. The blade is in good condition with all the teeth intact. This pioneer saw comes with the textbook rubber(!) scabbard dated 1942. A very nice example with a rare rubberized carrier!

  • US Thompson smg sling


    Nice original Kerr sling for the Thompson submachine gun.

  • Salty uniform removed Heer breast eagle


    A very nice period uniform removed Heer breast eagle. Very hard to find a uniform removed example!

  • MG34 cleaning can


    German machine guns were commonly supplied with soaking cans for muzzle components the make cleaning easier. The soaking medium was kerosene, referred in the German literature as Petroleum. The practice went back at least as early as the MG 08.  The MG 34 soaking can was designed to hold the recoil booster assembly, which consists of the flash suppressor, recoil booster housing, and recoil booster cone.

  • Kustenartillerie M43 field cap marked 0/0520/0017 Hermann Potthoff Coesfeld


    Stunning mint Coastal Artillerie Nicely marked RBNr. 0/0520/0017 indicating production by Hermann Potthoff Coesfeld. The cap is a exceptional large size 61 and is a textbook example of a Einheitsfeldmütze fuhr Küstenartillerie. The cap features its factory sewn insignia and full lining. Underneath the cap has a few moth nips, but otherwise its just perfect. Can’t be upgraded!

  • Heer M43 Keilhosen in mint condition


    A very nice mint example of a pair of Wehrmacht Heer M43 combat trousers or Keilhosen. In good mint condition with all its original sewn buttons. The wool is in great condition without repairs and still has most of the nap and full contrasted field grey color remaining. There are one or two tiny moth holes, otherwise perfect. The size is large and would fit most if not all mannequins. The leg ties are intact. A great pair for a mannequin that is very hard to find in this perfect condition and size!

  • Luftwaffe blue camouflaged gasmask canister


    A blue camouflaged Luftwaffe gasmask canister. The container retains it blue Luftwaffe paint up to 90%. It is very hard to find a Luftwaffe blue gasmask in this condition!

  • Pre war Heer belt and buckle by Gebr. Kugel & Fink


    Nice original named belt and buckle by Gebr. Kugel & Fink. The buckle is nicely named to Klemm Feldw. (Feldwebel).

  • Light brown holster


    A very nice light brown holster German holsterThe holster is most probably for a 7,65 pistol and in very good condition.

  • US M1 front seam swivel bale helmet


    A very nice original US M1 front seam swivel bale McCord helmet with a Firestone liner. Outside paint to the shell retains up to 90%. A nice honest M1 helmet!

  • Dark green rough camouflage gasmask canister named to Freiwillige Luz


    A nice original brush painted gasmask canister named Freiwillige Luz and feldpost number painted inside and out.
    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 21.10.1943 1. Kompanie Panzerjager-Abteilung 
    am 30.12.1943 Panzerjager-Kompanie 353
    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 3.2.1944 Stab u. 1.-3. Kompanie 
    Panzerjager-Abteilung 353
    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 7.2.1944 Stab u. 1.-2. Kompanie 
    Panzerjager-Abteilung 353
    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 22.3.1944 Stab, 1.-2. Kompanie u. 
    (Fla.)Kompanie Panzerjager-Abteilung 353
    (1.8.1943-23.3.1944) 24.3.1944 Stab u. Einheit 
    Panzerjager-Abteilung 353
    (7.11.1944-Kriegsende) 27.12.1944 Stab Panzerjager-Abteilung 719
    (7.11.1944-Kriegsende) 9.2.1945 Stab u. 1.-2. Kompanie 
    Panzerjager-Abteilung 719.

    The named unit is that of Panzerjager-Abteilung 371 which was founded in Beverloo, Belgium. In the combination with the rank of Freiwillige It would suggest that it could be of a Belgian volunteer. The canister is nicely brush painted with dark green camouflage paint and still retains most of this characteristic paint.

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

  • Rare enameled M42 messkit by Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik (DEF)


    Messkits and canteens enameled in these colours are attributed to be made by the Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik (DEF) run by Oskar Schindler. Messkits and canteens, unmarked, in these specific colours have been found in the old factory storage of the former DEF.  There are several other makers of enameled steel canteens and messkits but they all carry different characteristic features such as markings or specific colours. No other maker utilizes these light gray and blue colours and lacks markings. The light blue “wash” on top of the enamel is one of the typical features. The messkit is in good used condition and has one hardly noticeable period repair to the hinges. A very nice and rare messkit!

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

  • SE64 Luftwaffe M40 helmet


    A stunning Luftwaffe m40 helmet in great condition. The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet retains its original liner and is in great condition. This helmet retains a almost perfect factory finish. The decal still retains in very good condition. A great Luftwaffe M40 helmet in stunning condition with its original liner and decal.

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

  • M31 messkit marked HWSD 37


    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.

  • Luftwaffe M40 Normandy camouflage helmet


    A great original three-tone Normandy camouflage helmet coming directly from a barn in Sannerville, Normandy. This helmet is in untouched condition. It has not been cleaned, polished or anything done to it. The helmet is a nice M40 with a single Luftwaffe decal. The decal has been painted over and is not cleaned! This is a original Normandy camouflage helmet, actually coming from Normandy after 75 years!

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

  • Gasmask canister in Three-tone Normandy camouflage named to Obgf. Wilkens


    The gasmask is nicely painted in the typical three-tone Normandy camouflage. The container still retains up to 85% of its original camouflage paint and retains its original straps, mask and accessories. Inside the gasmask is named to Obergefreiter Wilkens. The gasmask is a typical example for camouflage patterns coming from Normandy. The Gasmask inside carries the same number as the canister and is original to the piece. Very hard to upgrade and scarce original Normandy camouflage gasmask with potential for further research.

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

  • Feldgendarmerie gorget found in the Netherlands


    A stunning original field police gorget or Feldgendarmerie Rinkragen found in Brielle, the Netherlands. The gorget was discovered a few years ago when a house was being demolished in Brielle, The Netherlands. Hidden between two walls it didn’t see sunlight in over 70 years. The piece has only been in one collection before. Hard to find in good used condition like this one. The luminous paint still lights up in the dark. The Gorget is a nice mid to late war example with a wool back and is nicely maker marked on one of the metal pins on the back. Very hard to find in this condition and a centerpiece in any Feldgendarmerie display!

  • Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap


    Nice original Luftwaffe EM/NCO M43 cap in good used condition. The eagle has been resewn to the piece, otherwise a very nice original M43 cap !

  • Late war tropical equipment belt RBNr. 0/0675/0122


    Late war tropical equipment belt in near mint condition.

  • Late war 4-panel Waffen-SS Oak zeltbahn


    Late war unissued Zeltbahn in Waffen-SS Oak camouflage. The Zeltbahn is nicely made up out of different colours of camouflaged material, typical for a late war manufacture. What makes this zeltbahn rare is that its of a late war “4 panel” construction. That means that on both far ends of the left and right side a extra triangle is sewn on. The material is stunning and vibrant and looks like the day it was made. The zeltbahn retains most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. A very nice original late war Waffen-SS Zeltbahn.

  • Late war tropical Y-straps marked 0/0676/0038


    A very nice late war pattern tropical Y-strap in lightly used condition. Marked 0/0676/0038 on the centre O-ring cover. The fabric is strong and is complete with all straps, loops and buckles. The rearstrap is of typical construction with woven holes but has a interesting leather end piece. This is a original factory variation! A interesting variation made out of various materials, perfect for a combat mannequin!

  • set of two equipment D-rings marked 0/0560/0156


    A nice set of two brown leather D-rings marked 0/0560/0156

  • Named Hardshell P38 Holster EWX 1941


    A nice original Hardshell P38 holster marked ewx 1941 indicating production by Franz u. Karl Voegels, Lederwarenfabrik, Köln. The holster is nicely named to Wiest externally and internally. The holster is in great condition and would be hard to upgrade!

  • Late war issue Pullover


    Nice original late war Pullover sweater in unissued condition. Small to Medium size fitting old Hindsgaul and modern Europe Mannequin mannequins. These originally Italian sweaters where captured after the Italian surrender and reissued in the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS. Typical late war garment thats a great finish to a mannequin!

  • Canvas Y-straps in combat used condition


    Nice webbing Y-strap in combat used condition. The Y-strap has a lot of patina and would nicely attribute a combat mannequin!

  • Steel Luftwaffe belt buckle


    Great mid to late war Luftwaffe belt buckle with 90% of its original factory paint.

  • German army marching boots


    A nice pair for a mannequin. Although issued and worn together, there are small differences between the boots. The boots are a nice pair for a mannequin in a nice medium size.

  • Mint Luftwaffe tropical tunic with factory tag


    Unissued Luftwaffe tan tropical tunic with original factory label. The garment is unissued with its factory sewn breast eagle. Has a bit of storage wear but is a unissued garment that would be very hard to upgrade. Especially with the factory paper label originally sewn to the front!

  • Mint Lightweight Y-straps M. Thielermann


    Perfect mint lightweight Y-straps used by cavalry and Luftwaffe troops. The best example I’ve ever had the pleasure of offering!

  • Pre war P08 Luger holster with tool dated 1936


    A textbook pre war P08 Luger holster in very good condition. Nicely marked Gebrüder Klinge Dresden 1936. The holster is complete with all loops, straps and buckle. The holster is in nice used condition and comes with its original tool which is very hard to find!

  • M36 NCO shoulderstraps for Unteroffizier Infanterie


    Typical original pair of M36 shouldestraps for a Unteroffizier der Infanterie. Nice worn condition and hard to find!

  • MG34/42 tool pouch in pressstoff marked epf 1944


    Textbook late war pouch in mint condition. Marked epf 1944 indicating production by Königs- u. Bismarckhütte A G’, Huettenwerk Falvahuette in Schwientochlowitz, Kreis Kattowitz. Hard to upgrade mint condition pouch!

  • Rare Luftwaffe issue flare cartridge bag


    Late war Luftwaffe issue flare cartridge storage bag made from heavyweight red lined canvas. The zipper has big metal fittings that can be used wearing thick flying gloves. The thick RK marked zipper is in good working condition. Exceptionally rare bag that could hold 4 boxes of flare ammunition.

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