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  • 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.

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Unit marked M31 canteen marked FWBN37 named Sauter


    A very nice M31 canteen marked FWBN37 and FWBN38 indicating production in January 1938 by F.W. Brockelmann Aluminiumwerk GmbH KG,Neheim/RuhrThe canteen cup is nicely named Sauter. The canteen strap is unit marked Bekl. L. im L. K. 2

  • Pair of Italian brown lowboots


    These late war Italian made boots where issued and worn throughout units in the Heer and especially in the Waffen-SS who reissued many Italian type uniforms. These boots would be perfect for a late war mannequin. The boots come with a mint pair of metal tipped Wehrmacht issue laces. The boots are in good, worn condition and would be a nice addition for a combat mannequin!

  • Pre war pair of Heer EM Artillerie Regiment 51 shoulder straps


    Stunning pre war pair of pointed style EM Artillerie shoulder straps in mint condition. Nicely red embroided 51 for Artillerie Regiment 51. The straps are matching and would be impossible to upgrade.





  • Brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holster bnz 1943


    A very nice brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holsterThe holster is in good lightly used condition. Inside its nicely named and marked bnz P35(p) 1943.

  • K98 rifle sling marked N Waldow Prag 1943


    A nice brown K98 sling in very good lightly used condition. Nicely marked N Waldow Prag 1943. The strap is supple and would be a very nice addition to any K98, K43 or MP44. Hard to upgrade!

  • Second pattern Afrikakorps tropical pith helmet R&C 1942


    A nice second pattern Afrikakorps pith helmet in unissued condition. The helmet is dated 1942 and is size 56. The helmet is complete with its chinstrap and its zinc insignia.

  • Kriegsmarine / Küstenartillerie heavy fur lined Wachmantel


    Heavy fully lined Kriegsmarine or Küstenartillerie guard coat or Wachmantel in very good condition. This garment was recently discovered in a cloth processing plant and has never been in a collection before. It’s missing one button on the shoulder and has a few moth holes. Otherwise a very nice garment in lightly worn condition. The coat is fully lined with thick sheepskin creating a very good insulation for the sometimes arctic temperatures at for instance many of the Küstenartillerie batteries in Norway. Hard to find!

  • HKP64 M42 small mesh half basket chickenwire helmet


    A spectacular M42 half basket chickenwire helmet. The helmet is marked hkp64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. in the shell size 64. The helmet retains its wartime installed half basket chickenwire camouflage netting which has never been removed from the helmet. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original fieldgrey paint. The liner and chinstrap are original to the helmet and are both in strong used condition. The helmet and its camouflage netting are a one looker original set. Chickenwire camouflage helmets are highly sought after and are key parts of every helmet collection. Simply a stunning chickenwire camouflage helmet that would be véry hard to upgrade.

  • First pattern earliest known MP38 pouch


    Super rare first pattern MP38 magazine pouch in light used condition. This first pattern pouch was made prior to 1940. Interesting and typical to the construction of these pouches is the white webbing ammunition belt material used for the belt loops and D-ring. The pouch is extremely scarce to find, especially in this good, undamaged condition. These pouches are seen typically with Fallschirmjäger along with the 6 cell variant of these pouches. For sure the rarest type of MP38 magazine pouch in very good lightly used but undamaged condition!

  • Pioneer saw in presstoff carrier


    Nice original Pioneer saw in good lightly used condition. The carrier still retains the bayonet loop!

  • Early pattern tropical belt


    A nice early pattern tropical belt with woven, not stitched adjustment holes in nice used condition. Hard to find this early pattern for Heer and Luftwaffe troops!

  • M40 Heer/Waffen-SS breadbag


    A bit dusty but unissued. Textbook, nicely dated and maker marked.

  • Brown pre war tall jackboots


    A nice textbook pair of pre war tall brown jackboots in good light worn condition. The soles retain all of their hobnails and steel heel pieces. Nice pair for a mannequin!

  • Mint M44 breadbag


    Mint late war M44 breadbag in mint condition.

  • Brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holster


    A very nice brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holsterThe holster is in good lightly used condition. Inside its nicely named to Hirsch followed by a gun serial number.

  • Waffen-SS equipment belt Croupon ᛋᛋ 48/68 RZM with 822/38 buckle


    Hard to find pre war Waffen-SS equipment belt marked croupon ᛋᛋ 48/68 RZM. The belt is in good supple condition and a nice size 90. The belt comes with a nice original aluminum 822/38 marked buckle in equally good condition. Hard to find Waffen-SS issue equipment belt!

  • German paratrooper Splittertarn smock


    A nice original and combat worn German paratrooper smock or Knochensack marked Rudolph Hubert & Cie 1.A B.42. Manufactured from heavy twill material with parts out of Grünmeliert smock material. One period repair to the back skirt. The smock retains all of its period sewn buttons and rust free press studs. The zippers are marked Elite and are all in functioning condition. The smock retains nice and vibrant colours with a nice light use just perfect for a combat mannequin. The breast eagle is resewn but original. The smock is a very nice large size fitting for most if not all mannequins. This smock was surely worn during the war and has loads of character. Hard to upgrade original Fallschirmjäger Knochensack in honest worn condition!

  • Brown P08 Luger holster marked Karl Bücker 1940


    A textbook brown P08 Luger holster in very good condition. Nicely marked Karl Bücker, Waldbrol 1940.  The holster is complete with all loops, straps and buckle. The leather is supple and not dry. Hard to upgrade this brown holster!

  • Brown pre war Luftwaffe mapcase L.B.A. (S)

  • Wehrmacht M43 combat trousers 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 damages or repairs and still has most of the nap and full contrasted field grey color remaining. The size is large and would fit most if not all mannequins. The leg ties are mostly intact. A great pair for a mannequin that is very hard to find in this perfect condition and size!

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