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  • Pre war brown mapcase Henschel & Co Ulm 1936


    A very nice brown mapcase marked Henschel & Co Ulm 1936. 

  • 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 75%. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. The binoculars are in working condition without a Strichplatte. The leather strap is old but in my opinion added to the piece.

  • Wehrmacht model B headset for Panzer troops


    Hard to find model B headphones for Panzer troops in unissued condition. Perfect for a armored vehicle display!

  • Mint condition MP40 pouch CLG 44


    A very nice mint condition MP40 pouch. This is truly one of the nicest CLG pouches I have ever encountered and would make a nice addition to the collector of equipment. The pouch is marked CLG 43 indicating production by Ernst Melzig Lederwaren, Liegnitz. The leather is supple and in perfect condition. If you are looking for a MINT mp40 pouch, this is it!

  • Combat boot knife or Stiefelmesser


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

  • Ammunition pouch set for a G43


    A nice set exactly as would be issued to a G43 rifleman. One magazine pouch for two G43 magazines and one pouch for additional stripper clips for reloading. As the war progressed and materials became scarce it meant that the G43 was issued with only two magazines and one pouch from the start. Both pouches are nicely maker marked and are in the same unissued condition!

  • Nice pioneer saw with presstoff marked kkd 1942 / Marke Steigo


    A very nice 1943 pioneer saw with Presstoff scabbard marked kkd 1942. The saw has a nice wooden handle which is pretty rare as they are usually always broken or missing! The saw is nicely marked also. A nice original pioneer saw with its original cover complete with bayonet loop.

  • Waffen-SS Plane tree 1/2 camouflage mix M31 Zeltbahn


    A stunning Waffen-SS plane tree 1/2 Camouflage Zeltbahn in lightly worn condition. The Zeltbahn retains most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The Zeltbahn is made up out of a nice and unique variety of camouflage patterns; early handscreened plane tree 1/2, late plane tree 1/2 overprint and Oak A on the sides. The colors are strong and vibrant, hard to find a better one! The Zeltbahn is all in great condition and surely one of the best ones I’ve had to offer!

  • Late pattern MG42 ammunition box carrying bags


    Incredibly scarce set of two ammunition carrying bags for the MG34 and MG42 ammunition boxes. Manufactured from late war material same as used for MP44 pouches and reinforced with Presstoff. These carrying bags where designed to carry a set of two ammunition boxes. Two cells made out of canvas with a H shaped harness in between. There are roughly two different types of these pouches produced, one is with releasable and one is with fixed straps/harness. The straps are stitched onto the pouches with a piece of Presstoff reinforcement on the inside. These pouches are the second type, with permanently affixed straps. Nicely RBNr marked inside. These sets where mostly used by Fallschirmjäger and Waffen-SS troops later in the war. These bags are incredibly scarce and the first and only set I’ve ever encountered. Can’t be upgraded!

  • 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!

  • Canteen filling funnel


    A unusual, late war canteen filling funnel. These funnels where used in field kitchens and together with the 5, 10, and 18 liter aluminium “Trinkwasser” drinking water containers to fill canteens. These funnels had the capacity of exactly one standard 0.8 liter canteen. They are wide enough at the top for a 5, 10 or 18 liter drinking water  container to easily poor. It is used by holding a finger underneath the small hole underneath the funnel and then filled to the top. The funnel is then placed above a canteen and the finger is removed. The canteen will be filled quick and without spillage! The funnel is made out of enameled steel like many of the late war canteens. A nice unusual item!

  • Sumpftarn reversible parka trousers


    Late war reversible Sumpftarn parka trousers. The camouflage pattern featured is the early style so called ‘ hard-edged Sumfptarn ‘ with nice contrast and strong colours. The trousers are a good large mannequin size.

  • Mint condition P38 softshell holster marked jwa 4


    A very nice P38 softshell holster marked jwa 4 indicating production by Moritz Stecher, Lederwerk, Freiburg in 1944. The holster is in mint condition and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Steel Waffen-SS beltbuckle marked RZM 155/40 ᛋᛋ Type 4


    A nice original Waffen-SS belt buckle marked RZM 155/40 ᛋᛋ indicating production by Assmann & Sohne, Lüdenscheid. The buckle is marked under the prongs which was only done for a short period in 1940. This was the final and 4th type of Waffen-SS belt buckle by Assmann in 1940. The buckle is in really good condition with most of the original paint remaining!

  • Late pattern EM issue Panzer wrap


    Stunning and rare late war EM Panzer wrap in unissued condition. Nice rich wool, rayon lined example for a Panzer EM. The wrap is nicely made and with all of its buttons. The Wrap is still in the original length and is without tailor done alterations. The breast eagle and chevron are handsewn. The garment is unworn but the back(only) appears to be lighter due to exposure to UV light. These Panzer wraps are very rare because the armored corps made up only a small percentage of the whole Wehrmacht. The high amount of losses in the Panzer units is another reason remaining original examples are scarce. The collar tabs are said to be late war examples but in my opinion they are reproductions with original skulls. They are hand sewn on and I’ll leave them on for the buyer to decide.The garment is a textbook original in a sea of fakes! The garment would be a centerpiece in any uniform display and one-looker original panzer wraps like this one are very, very scarce!

  • Late war rifle grenade bags


    Late war rifle grenade bags with metal fittings manufactured from rough blue canvas. Nicely marked inside, with small compartments for rifle clips. Hard to find!

  • Feldgendarmerie gorget


    A stunning field police gorget or Feldgendarmerie Rinkragen. Hard to find in good unissued 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 cardboard back. Very hard to find in this condition and a centerpiece in any Feldgendarmerie display!

  • Luftwaffe M40 trousers


    A nice unissued pair of Luftwaffe M40 trousers. The trousers are a nice mannequin size and still retain most if not all of the nap on the wool. There are a few minimal moth nips on the bottom which is normal for these garments after being stored for so long. A great pair in unissued condition that would look great on a mannequin!

  • Pioneer tool pouch with crimp setting tool


    A very nice and rare Pioneer tool pouch made from Presstoff complete with its original fuze setting crimp tool. Hard to find complete with the tool!

  • Oak A reversible winter hood or Kopfhaube


    A nice original reversible winter hood issued together with the Oak A reversible winter parka. In very good, lightly used condition. Size mark reads 55 but is actually a size 60, fits on most if not all mannequins!

  • Scarce set of MKB-42 ammunition pouches


    A extremely scarce set of two magazine pouches for the MKB 42 assault rifle.  Probably one of the rarest magazine pouches produced during the second world war. These magazine pouches for the MKb 42 are as rare as the weapons itself. Interestingly these seem a in between model between the first and third type. The first type of pouches has the same direction of the magazine compartments pointing inwards. In the later models these where the magazines curved out of the way of the body. Most probably due to the magazines sticking into ones abdomen whilst going prone. Nicely marked Mkb 42 – jwa 4 indicating production by Moritz Stecher, Lederwerk, Freiburg. A unique set that I’ll most definitely never find another set of. A no-brainer if you own a extremely rare MKB 42 !

  • Pre war P08 Luger holster Gebrüder Klinge Dresden 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. One of the loops has a period repair at the bottom. The holster is in nice used condition and comes with its original tool which is very hard to find!

  • Small collection of third reich era tobacco


    Nice small collection of 8 filled cigarette packs in good condition. The packs are of a small variety of different brands as smoked and issued in the Wehrmacht.

  • Mint pair of Heer infantry EM shoulderstraps


    A original minty and matching pair of white rayon-piped Infantry EM Heer shoulder straps. The straps are a perfect matching pair for a Heer tunic and are very hard to come by.

  • Pre war pair of Heer EM Panzerjäger shoulderstraps


    Stunning pre war pair of pointed style EM Panzerjäger shoulder straps in mint condition. Nicely pink embroided P and unit marked inside. The straps are matching and would be impossible to upgrade.

  • K98 bayonet frog marked Stecher Freiberg 1940


    A nice and supple K98 bayonet frog marked Stecher Freiberg 1940 with aluminum hardware! Hard to find as a spare in this condition.

  • Minty M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn


    A very nice minty Splittertarn M31 Zeltbahn in unissued condition. The Zeltbahn is free of damages and has most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The colors are nice, bright and full of contrast. Hard to find in this condition!

  • Matching pair shoulderstraps for a Heer EM Kradschütze


    Hard to find pair of Heer EM shoulderstraps for Kradschützen. These shoulder boards where worn by Kradschützen, troops mounted on motorcycles with sidecars. These troops where one of the first fast response units which saw lots of action early in the war. These shoulderstraps have the copper brown rayon piping typical for the Kradschützen. Extremely hard to find pair of shoulderstraps!

  • M38 gasmask canister


    A nice and named long M38 gas mask canister with straps, mask and filter. The canister is nicely named to Obergefreiter Juckel. 

  • Card of 24 mint tunic buttons marked BJ 42


    Original 1942 dated Blaugrau buttons for Heer, Luftwaffe and SS. In 1943 a new einheitsfarbe meaning colour for all branches was introduced and used on all garments. This was never fully implemented but a large portion of the M43 and most if not all M44 tunics received these. From that date onwards Graublau was the new textbook colour for pebbled buttons on uniforms. These can be seen on original m42, m43 and m44 tunics, mantels and caps. Also the M43 tropical uniforms and Fliegerblusen featured these!

    The price is for one card of 24 perfect mint buttons.

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