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  • M40 pattern Kriegsmarine breadbag with strap


    Textbook Kriegsmarine M40 pattern breadbag with its wide carrying strap in very good condition.

  • Speckled grey enameled M42 messkit


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

  • Late war K98 bayonet 44 ffc with mint light brown frog


    A very bayonet marked 43 ffc indicating production by Friedrich Herder Abr.Sohn, Solingen. The frog is in mint condition and nicely marked 0/0560/0156. The bayonet is exactly how it left the factory. The bayonet has not been reblued and has a minty look to it with most of the original grey finish remaining. A very nice late war bayonet with very nice red brown grips and a mint light brown frog!

  • Three tone camouflage MG34 ammunition box


    A nice Patronenkasten 34 in original three tone camouflage. Nice example in near mint condition. Nicely maker marked BSW and dated 1938. Impossible to upgrade!

  • Named first pattern Y-strap with feldpostnr 20196


    Very nice first pattern Y-strap in good used condition marked GJL. Nicely named and Feldpost numbered ;20196
    (Mobilmachung-1.1.1940) 2. Kompanie Pionier-Bataillon 182
    (25.1.1943-31.7.1943) gestrichen
    (24.3.1944-6.11.1944) 25.5.1944 Stab
    Panzer-Divisions-Nachrichten-Abteilung 82.

  • Rare tan carrying harness for the large Flak Entfernungsmesser


    Rare Tan carrying harness for the large Flak Entfernungsmesser. Nicely maker marked fwq 1943. One of the rarest tan Presstoff equipment pieces in good used condition.

  • Matching pair of saddlebags or Packtaschen marked P. H. Riebel 1937


    Very nice and matching (!) pair of Packtaschen marked P. H. Riebel Ingolstadt 1937. The saddle bags are in very good, near mint condition. The saddlebags are a true pair; left and right of the same maker and year. There is one buckle missing from one of the straps; otherwise they are perfect. I’ve seen many loose bags but I’ve never seen a pre war matching pair!

  • Rare saddle carrier or Sattelüberwurf 34 marked Robert Larsen 1938


    One of the hardest parts to find for the German cavalry saddle; the Sattelüberwurf 34 connects the Packtaschen with the saddle and is a vital component for the German cavalry saddle. Very hard to find in any condition; let alone a very nice pre war variant!

  • First pattern Luftwaffe Field Division Splittertarn B smock


    Nice original first pattern Luftwaffe Felddivision smock in Splittertarn B camouflage. The smock is a nice first pattern with press studs on the sleeves and the Splittertarn B printed on Grünmeliert fabric. The smock is a obviously combat worn example in very nice condition. The garment is a nice large mannequin size and would be a nice base for a combat mannequin!

  • P38 hardshell holster marked gmo


    Very nice lightly issued P38 hardshell holster marked gmo indicating production by Rahm u. Kampmann, Lederwarenfabrik, Kaiserslautern plant.

  • Auer Neophan goggles in pouch


    Nice green rubber Auer Neopan goggles in original pouch.

  • Second pattern Waffen-SS helmet cover in Oak C (!) camouflage


    Scarce original second pattern Waffen-SS Oak C (!) camouflage pattern cover in combat used condition. The cover retains all of its originally sewn loops and vibrant colours in the camouflage pattern that really pops in hand. The cover is photographed on a size 66 shell making it a very desirable size. The cover is in very good condition and unlike many “mint” oak covers flooding the market today – this is a actually worn piece with loads of patina that is very hard to find.

  • Stunning named and unit marked NS66 M35 double decal Heer combat helmet with 1935 Schuberth liner


    Exceptional named and early pre war 1935 dated M35 double decal Heer helmet marked NS66 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The skirt of the helmet is bears the lot number E10 which is one of the lowest lot numbers I’ve encountered. The non-reinforced early pattern Schuberth liner is dated 1935 on the band ánd the round marking on the leather. The helmet retains its originally attached liner and chinstrap marked G. Schiele Loburg 1937. The rim on the helmet is the typical early production with the hand rolled rim. The rear skirt of the shell retains multiple unit markings. One being 11./J.R.10 indicating 11. Kompanie Infanterie Regiment 10. The other marking is also named to Oberschütze Panitz 5./J.R.101. Both these units took part of the Polenfeldzug in 1939 and the Westfeldzug in 1940. The helmets exterior bears two Heer decals with the national three-color partially period removed as ordered in 1940. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory paint.

    The helmet was recently recovered in household clearance in the area of Dresden which perfectly matches the unit marking inside the skirt. Infanterie regiment 10 was renamed into Infanterie Regiment Dresden in 1935. The helmet has never been in a collection before – very hard to find a real early war combat helmet like this one which both survived the Polenfeldzug in 1939 and the Westfeldzug in 1940! A perfect helmet for a 1940 combat mannequin, this helmet is really a nice textbook example of a pre war combat helmet, this helmet has it all!

  • Mint condition Heer M43 field tunic


    Superb original M43 field blouse for a Heer infantry EM. The tunic is mint, and retains all of its originally factory sewn insignia. The base material is a coarse Italian wool and lined with grey rayon. The size is a nice medium fitting most modern mannequins. The breast eagle is factory sewn, not through the lining. The Litzen are also factory sewn, no traces of previously sewn examples. The tunic has not been shortened or tailored in any way. The original factory yellow fabric markings are still visible. More then likely this tunic was never ever worn! This is a superb and mint M43 field blouse, a typical garment as issued and worn by members of the Heer in the Wehrmacht. There is one pair of period sewn award loops on the left breast pocket and one buttonhole is slightly fraying. Otherwise mint, undamaged and perfect! The garment comes with a very nice matching pair of shoulderstraps for a Panzergrenadier. Every detail is textbook and finding a better example would be impossible!

  • Kriegsmarine emergency ration container


    Rare original Kriegsmarine emergency ration container in mint condition.

  • British made US first aid packet with pouch


    Very nice British Made US first aid packet with content.

  • K98 bayonet marked crs 45


    A very nice and late war K98 bayonet marked crs 45 indicating production by Paul Weyersberg & Co in 1945.

  • Panzer assault badge in silver by Hermann Aurich


    Nice original Panzer assault badge or Panzerkampfabzeichen in Silber. The badge is nicely marked HA indicating production by Hermann Aurich. Typical crimped hinge pin – a textbook badge in great condition.

  • Combat used MP38 u. MP40 pouch


    A true combat used MP38 u. MP40 pouch that recently surfaced from a Belgian attic. The D-ring attachment has been period removed, otherwise a real combat worn MP40 pouch in good condition!

  • M42 HKP66 three-tone brush painted camouflage helmet


    Nice original three-tone brush painted camouflage helmet. Nicely marked hkp66 indicating Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet has a large size 58 liner. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. The helmet is nicely camouflaged with tan and green brush applied paint still remaining up to 90% of its original coverage. I’ve seen several helmets and camouflaged gas masks with this same green paint.

    A very nice “untouched” camouflage with nice bright colors, typical for a late war Wehrmacht Heer or Luftwaffe soldier!

  • CKL66 M42 single decal Heer brush painted camouflage helmet


    Superb large sized single decal Heer m42 helmet marked CKL66 indicating production by Eisen- u. Huettenwerke, Thale, Harz. The helmet was originally sourced from a non-collector in the Netherlands and has only been in one collection since. The helmet is a very nice one looker example of a Heer camouflage helmet. The decal was carefully painted around and it hasn’t been cleaned. The camouflage pattern indicates it once had a leather or rubber band around the helmet prior to camouflaging. The helmet is named to Gerschk and numbered 19233 indicating further research could be possible! The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The chinstrap shows a unique attribute having the buckle painted in tan camouflage paint! The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. A fantastic example of a original camouflage helmet with loads of patina and character.

  • Late war LP42 flare marked euh 109319


    A nice late war reinforced Leuchtpistole 42 or LP42 flare pistol. Nicely marked euh indicating production by Metallwarenfabrik C.u. W. Meinel-Scholer, Kligenthal/Sachsen. The pistol still retains the original red brown grips, wartime finish on the metal and has not been refinished or reissued postwar. The flare pistol is fitted with a single piece hammer and is reinforced above the grip. The serial is 109319. The best example I’ve ever owned.

    These flare guns are legal and free to own without permit in the Netherlands for everyone over 18 years of age. Please conduct your local laws before purchasing this product. I can only ship this item within the Netherlands.

  • US folding E-tool with transitional cover


    Very nice original US folding E-tool with its original transitional cover!

  • Q66 M40 two tone camouflage helmet


    Superb ex wire Q66 M40 two-tone camouflage helmet in very good condition. The helmet is a fantastic example of a original camouflage helmet with remnants of the original metal wire. The helmet shows multiple repaints; one typical textured re-issue layer topped off with a two tone brick red and green camouflage paint. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original camouflage paint. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The liner and split pins on the helmet are original to the helmet and have never been removed. Top shelf helmet camouflage with nice bright colors, typical for a late war Wehrmacht Heer or Luftwaffe soldier!

  • Second pattern Waffen-SS helmet cover in Oak camouflage


    Scarce original second pattern Waffen-SS Oak camouflage pattern cover in combat used condition. The cover retains all of its originally sewn loops and vibrant colours in the camouflage pattern. There is visible wear and tear to the cover; but you’ll be sure you own a original cover! The cover is photographed on a size 64 shell. The cover is in very good condition and unlike many “mint” oak covers flooding the market today – this is a actually worn piece with loads of patina that is very hard to find.

  • US M1C paratrooper helmet liner


    Nice original US M1C Westinghouse paratrooper helmet liner in mint condition. Very hard to upgrade original paratrooper liner with a late woven chincup.

  • Q66 Luftwaffe M35 double decal ex chickenwire tropical camouflage overpaint


    Stunning ex-chickenwire Luftwaffe M35 helmet with multiple camouflage repaints. This helmet is nicely marked Q66 indicating production by Quist. The helmet is a killer example of a tropical overpaint which shows the obvious chickenwire ghost. The helmet retains its original liner that’s original to the helmet. The helmet has a typical Luftwaffe reissue paint that also covers the inner skirt and the liner band which is named to H Neuls. The helmet has a very nice and bright tan camouflage overpaint. Both of the Luftwaffe decals are peaking through the camouflage paint and show the typical cracking. The helmet is a stunning example of a Luftwaffe camouflage helmet and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Large sized late war Presstoff equipment belt


    Late war, large sized Presstoff made equipment in very good unissued condition. The belt is unmarked but at least a size 100.

  • Silk Escape map Holland, Belgium, France, Germany


    A silk escape map issued to pilots, SOE agents and paratroopers. Nice original map of Holland, Belgium, France, Germany

  • M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn Warei Patent 1941


    A very nice original M31 Zeltbahn in good used condition. The Zeltbahn is nicely marked Warei Patent in the corners and dated 1940. Warei was the first producer for the M31 Zeltbahn and typically double marked. Next to this, the Zeltbahn is Polizei issued and has a Polizei acceptance stamp!

  • Textbook ET66 Waffen-SS single decal M40 helmet


    Stunning and textbook named single decal Waffen-SS M40 helmet marked ET66 indicating production by Eisenhuttenwerke Thale. The helmet is a spectacular example for a Waffen-SS m40 helmet in very good condition. The dome stamp is clearly visible. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory finish and decal. The hemet is a untouched example with its original named liner and chinstrap. The helmet is a nice large size 66 with a nice 58 size liner. The helmet retains its period factory applied textbook ET style runic decal up to 95%. Really a stunning example of one of the most iconic pieces out there that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Complete Patronenkasten 9mm


    Rare original 9mm Patronenkasten with lead liner, 5 sleeves(without contents!) and the paper lining in the lid with the label. In very good condition and very hard to find with 5 matching sleeves.

  • Heer EM signals M44 shoulderstraps


    Nice and textbook pair of late war enlisted mens shoulderstraps for signal troops or Nachrichtentruppen.

  • Waffen-ss blank rank collar tab


    Very nice original Waffen-SS blank rank tab in uniform removed condition. Nice to match with a runic tab.

  • Textbook Waffen-SS BeVo 9. ᛋᛋ Panzerdivision Hohenstaufen cufftitle


    A stunning original Hohenstaufen cuff title in very good uniform removed condition. The cuff title is still full length and retains the BeVo Wuppertal markings in the end. The 9. ᛋᛋ Panzerdivision Hohenstaufen saw heavy action in Normandy, Arnhem, the Bulge and finally surrendered to the Americans in Austria at the very end of the war. The cufftitle is a stunning example of a hard to find and highly sought after Waffen-SS that would be very hard to upgrade.

  • Police issue Stiefelknecht


    Although the Heer version can be found I’ve never seen a Polizei issue Stiefelknecht or boot jack.

  • Pre war Polizei issue LP34 holster


    Very rare pre war Polizei issue flare gun holster. The holster is a very nice example with aluminum hardware and nicely marked with the Polizei Abnahme.

  • Tabbed Heer buckle marked Berg & Nolte 1941


    A beautiful tabbed heer buckle marked Berg & Nolte 1941. This buckle is in near mint condition and retains up to 99% of its original factory paint. Hard to upgrade!

  • US glider wing


    Very nice original sterling marked US glider wing.

  • US paratrooper wing


    Very nice original sterling marked US paratrooper wing.

  • Fallschirmjäger bandoleer marked Anton Kiefer 1942


    Superb mint condition Fallschirmjäger bandoleer marked Anton Kiefer 1942. The bandoleer is in very good unissued condition with all press studs and pockets in tact. Hard to find original Fallschirmjäger from the maker Anton Kiefer !

  • Heer pre war pointed shoulderstraps for Infanterie regiment 116


    Scarce pre war pointed style M35 shoulder straps for Infanterie Regiment 116. Hard to find pre war chainstitch cyphered shoulderstraps in very good condition!

  • Heer aluminum belt buckle marked WLD


    Extremely rare aluminum Heer belt buckle marked WLD indicating production by Werner Linker, Duisburg. The buckle still retains a lot of its factory paint on the front and back. There are only a handful of these buckles marked WLD that reside in collections today. Super scarce must have for any buckle collector!

  • Large pre war black political messkit marked RZM FA.1/34 JSD 34


    Very nice pre war tall black messkit marked RZM FA.1/34 JSD 34 indicating production by J.Schmalzeder Erben, Dresden. The messkit is in very good unissued condition. This tall, pre war model was most probably made and used by a political organization. The prewar political models for the HitlerjugendAllgemeine-SS and SA where finished in a black paint. Sometimes these where used by members of the Waffen-SS as well, as some wartime images of the 12 SS Panzerdivision show.

  • Heer shoulderboards for a Oberleutnant der Panzergrenadiere


    Stunning combat worn pair of shoulderboards for a Oberleutnant der Panzergrenadiere. Unlike many minty pairs this one surely saw action with loads of character!

  • Webbing flare ammunition pouch


    Rare late war flare ammunition pouch in unissued condition. The case is made from green webbing and comes with its original removable sling. The pouch is complete with all internal dividers and wooden reinforcement. Nicely marked on the side. Quite hard to find a better one!

  • Uniform removed RZM pattern sleeve eagle


    Nice original Waffen-SS RZM pattern sleeve eagle.

  • Pre war Dienstglas binocular case strap


    Hard to find spare 6×30 Dienstglas case strap in very good and supple condition. This long piece is always missing, whilst the short piece mostly still retains to the case. Early example with Reichswehr era Waffenamt. Impossible to find as a spare!

  • Mint leather equipment belt Ernst Köhnen Solingen 1939


    Perfect mint example of a pre war leather equipment belt marked Ernst Köhnen Solingen 1939. The belt is a size 95 which is a nice average mannequin size. Perfect pre war belt that can’t be upgraded.

  • Heer Infanterie Panzergrenadier M43 field blouse with factory sewn insignia


    A completely factory sewn original Heer M43 field blouse for a Grenadier in a Panzergrenadier unit. The tunic is in great nearly unworn condition. The tunic is complete with all of its period factory sewn insignia and a set of Panzergrenadier shoulderstraps. The tunic still retains 99% of its fluffy nap and shows little to no wear. This tunic has not been tailored or shortened and still retains the clean combat look. The tunic retains all of its period sewn buttons. Inside the tunic we can see a ink stain under one of the breast pockets. Most probably left by a pen in the breast pocket. Inside the shoulders it is noticable that this tunic hung in a closet on a hanger which left its mark on the lining. The tunic is a medium size which displays best, imo. This would be the centre point in a late war equipment setup!

  • Wehrmacht issue carbid container


    A very nice original bakelite Carbide container that belongs with the bakelite carbide lantern or Einheitslaterne. These containers are often in very bad condition with cracks or other damages.

  • Rare matching K98 bayonet Elite Diamant 1938


    Extremely scarce matching k98 bayonet marked Elite-Diamant indicating production by Elite-Diamant Werke A.G., Siegmar-Schönau. Diamant was a bicycle producer since 1885 and is still producing them today. Bayonets by Elite-Diamant are extremely scarce and highly sought after. This is the first matching example I’ve found in 10 years and it would be very hard to upgrade.

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • Light brown Polizei equipment belt Hans Römer 1939


    Very nice large sized and supple lightbrown Polizei issue EM/NCO equipment belt. Nicely marked Hans Römer 1939 and in a big size 105.

  • Matching k98 bayonet marked fze 43


    Very nice original and matching K98 bayonet marked fze 43 indicating production by F.W. Holler, Solingen. Nice mid to late war example with the scarcer fze marking and nice red bakelite grips. The frog is nicely marked kvz 1943.

  • Rare French made matching bayonet marked JWH 42


    Rare French made matching K98 bayonet with original frog. The bayonet is in good matching condition and marked JWH 42 indicating production by Manufacture Nationale (Staatliche Waffenfabrik) Chatellerault in France. Bayonets maker marked JWH are highly sought after and only scarcely encountered in good condition. The bayonet comes with its original frog dated 1940.

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked CAG


    A nice tan painted 6×30 Dienstglas or army issue binoculars. These where issued to all branches in the Wehrmacht. The binoculars retain their original tan paint up to 90% and are in very good condition. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. Hard to find a pair with this amount of paint. The leather strap and lens cover are original to the binoculars and have the textbook tan painted studs.

  • 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 Italian messkit is one of the best ones I’ve ever seen!

  • Late war M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn with bakelite buttons


    Rare late war example with most if not all of its originally sewn bakelite buttons. The Zeltbahn is in very good, near mint condition with lovely contrasted colours.

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