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  • Heer Artillery or Artillerie EM shoulderstraps

    135.00

    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

    775.00

    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

    225.00

    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

    250.00

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

  • MG34 / 42 tool pouch gut 1944

    250.00

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

  • M1 fixed bale helmet with Firestone liner

    475.00

    A very nice US M1 helmet complete with its original paint, straps and liner. The helmet shell is nicely marked and the shape of the shell indicates production by McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit. The seam on the helmet shell is on the front and the bales are of the Fixed Bale type. The helmet liner is marked with a F indicating production by Firestone. A nice and honest M1 helmet in good condition.

  • German military issue map south of Cherbourg

    75.00

    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

    350.00

    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!

  • Salty uniform removed Heer breast eagle

    60.00

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

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

    950.00

    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

    1,575.00

    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!

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

    225.00

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

  • Light brown holster

    135.00

    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

    375.00

    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!

  • Rare enameled M42 messkit by Deutsche Emailwarenfabrik (DEF)

    200.00

    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.

  • M31 messkit marked HWSD 37

    125.00

    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.

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

    525.00

    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

    50.00

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

  • Mint Luftwaffe tropical tunic with factory tag

    1,500.00

    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!

  • Pre war P08 Luger holster with tool dated 1936

    375.00

    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!

  • MG34/42 tool pouch in pressstoff marked epf 1944

    300.00

    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

    425.00

    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.

  • Tan presstoff straight E-tool carrier marked fkx 43

    475.00

    A very nice original Tan Presstoff straight E-tool carrier marked fkx 43 indicating production by Gustav Sudbrack, Lederwaren u. Gamaschenfabrik, Bielefeld. The E-tool carrier retains its original straps in brown leather in good condition. Unlike many of these on the market today this one has no repairs or restorations!

  • US Superior Magneto paratrooper wrist compass

    150.00

    Very nice early US paratrooper wrist compass by Superior Magneto. This is a rarer variant without the luminous marked dots on the bezel.
    These compasses where also known to been worn over the sleeve, the shoulder loops, webbing, or at the ankle over the jump boots.
    Wrist compasses were used both by officers and enlisted men. A very nice example that would be hard to upgrade.

  • Mid war Bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container

    175.00

    A nice bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container in very good condition. Complete with the original leather straps on the back.

  • US Taylor paratrooper wrist compass

    140.00

    Very nice early US paratrooper wrist compass by Taylor.
    These compasses where also known to been worn over the sleeve, the shoulder loops, webbing, or at the ankle over the jump boots.
    Wrist compasses were used both by officers and enlisted men. A very nice example that would be hard to upgrade.

  • Y-straps manufactured from British webbing in Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt

    550.00

    These Y-straps are made in the Ghetto of Lodz, Poland which the Germans renamed into “Litzmannstadt”. They are made using parts of captured British equipment items. These British equipment items where left in 1940 when the British Expeditionary Force evacuated to the United Kingdom. The Germans sent these for recycling and a lot of work was put in disassembling every British equipment piece and recycling the individual parts into German army equipment. Y-straps, breadbags, A-frames and rucksacks are a few of the items made in Litzmannstadt. A very rare pair of Y-straps!

  • Leather A-frame strap

    125.00

    Rare leather A-frame strap in good used and supple condition. Hard to find spare for any A-frame!

  • Mint original Waffen-SS BeVo sleeve eagle with RZM label

    175.00

    Scarce mint original Waffen-SS sleeve eagle with its original factory RZM label.

  • Splitter pattern Fallschirmjäger bandoleer marked 0/0510/0052 1943

    925.00

    A very nice mint condition Fallschirmjäger bandoleer marked 0/0510/0052 1943. The bandoleer is in very good unissued condition with all press studs and pockets in tact. Hard to find original Fallschirmjäger bandoleer in unissued condition !

  • Issue buttoning strap marked dow 1941

    90.00

    Rare minty button flap for 6×30 or 10×50 power Dienstglas binoculars marked dow indicating production by Opticotechna GmbH. Very hard to find as a spare!

  • Mint condition P38 softshell holster marked gxy 1944

    185.00

    A very nice P38 softshell holster marked gxy 1944 indicating production by Gebr. Klinge, Lederwarenfabrik, Dresden-Loebtau in 1944. The holster is in mint condition and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Rare webbing Y-straps for cavalry troops dated 1942

    475.00

    Possibly the rarest of webbing Y-straps to find, this variant is especially designed and made for Cavalry troops to carry the Packtasche on the back. Only the second one I have ever seen, let alone was able to offer. Incredibly scarce piece!

  • M36 NCO Heer Panzer Unteroffizier shoulder straps

    250.00

    A great original set of shoulder straps intended for a Unteroffizier (nco) in a Panzer unit. A nice issued set in very good condition that would nicely complete a nco tunic!

  • MG34 barrel carrier

    325.00

    When firing the MG34 and MG42 continuously the German soldiers where presented with a harsh and difficult task: changing the barrel. The MG34 and MG42 where both made with a quick-change barrel and to help in the changing of the barrel these gloves where invented and issued. These gloves where issued with the accessories of the MG34 and MG42. It is simply used by placing the hand under the strap and using the pad to cover your hand when you grab the hot, sometimes even glowing barrel. The barrel is then placed in the Laufschützer or barrel carrier to cool down and a cool new barrel is inserted. According to regulations, the barrel had to be changed after 150 rounds fired continuously. Every MG team had one or two spare barrels in spare barrel carriers with their field equipment. The MG34 barrel carrier is in very good condition with 95% of the original tan colour remaining. The carrier was once overpainted in blue grey over the original tan factory paint. The carrier is nicely marked beq 1943 indicating production by Framo-Werke G.m.b.H., Hainichen/Sachsen. The carrier is complete with its original LUX marked strap and in very good condition. One of the rarest spares to find for the MG34!

  • Assorted US insignia

    65.00

    A nice small collection of original US insignia

  • Assorted US insignia

    65.00

    A nice small collection of original US insignia

  • Assorted US insignia

    65.00

    A nice small collection of original US insignia

  • MG34 spanner

    75.00

    Nice original MG34 spanner. This tool is a standard component from the MG tool kit!

  • Waffen-SS M40 mantel marked 458

    775.00

    A original M40 Waffen-SS Mantel or overcoat in good used condition. The mantel is not to be confused with the Heer/Army type; this cut of Mantel is different in shape, cut, marking and is specifically made for the Waffen-SS. The eagle has been removed from the sleeve and shows a nice ghost, other then that its a nice untouched condition Waffen-SS M40 Mantel. There are several small moth holes. These overcoats are very scarce! The mantel is marked 458 which is a specific waffen-ss producer. These overcoats are very scarce!

  • M36 Heer tunic for a artillery Hauptfeldwebel Spiess Infanterie Regiment 66

    1,550.00

    Stunning M36 field blouse for a Spiess in Infanterie Regiment 66. Nicely tailored M36 tunic with fully originally sewn insignia. The tunic is a nice medium sizeThe tunic has a nice lighty worn appeal that would nicely compliment any collection. The nap in the wool retains nearly fully except for some of the rough edges of the pockets. The tunic has a set of early pointed style M35 shoulderstraps for a Hauptfeldwebel der Infanterie Regiment 66. On the bottom of both sleeves two long bands of Tresse are sewn indicating the Hauptfeldwebel was also the Spiess of the Kompanie. Infanterie Regiment 66 was active early in the war and had its first actions on May 14th 1940 when they crossed the border and reached Ettelbruck in Luxembourg. After that IR66 pushed through to France and took part of the battles around Somme, Peronne and Dunkirk. IR66 was later renamed to Schützen Regiment 66, Panzergrenadier Regiment 66 and in the end Panzergrenadier Regiment Feldherrnhalle. The blouse would be a centre piece for any 1940 display!

  • Leather A-frame strap

    145.00

    Rare leather A-frame strap in good used and supple condition. Hard to find spare for any A-frame!

  • MG42 tool pouch marked fuq 1945 with canvas strap

    400.00

    Hard to find minty black Presstoff MG42 tool pouch with a webbing/rayon closing strap. The pouch is nicely marked fuq 1945 indicating production by Curt Vogel, Cottbuss. The pouch is in mint condition and complete with its original wooden and steel inserts. First one I’ve found with this rare original closing strap!

  • Matching pair of infantry EM shoulderstraps

    225.00

    A original minty and matching pair of Infantry EM Heer shoulder straps. The shoulderstraps have the early style white wool piping indicating production between 1940 and 1942. The straps are a perfect matching pair for a M40 or M41 tunic and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Surgeons M36 shoulder straps Oberfeldwebel

    90.00

    Nice M36 pair of Artztliche or medical shoulderstraps for a Sanitäter Oberfeldwebel. Matching pair in good condition.

  • M36 NCO Heer medical or Sanitäter Unteroffizier shoulder straps

    150.00

    A great original set of shoulder straps intended for a Unteroffizier (nco) in a Sanitäter unit. A nice issued set in very good condition that would nicely complete a tunic!

  • Late war unfinished M31 Zeltbahn

    160.00

    Nice late war Zeltbahn in very good condition. This example never had grommets installed!

  • Tan Italian shelter quarter

    125.00

    A very nice late Italian shelter quarter in mint condition.

  • Tan presstoff straight E-tool carrier marked cey 4

    475.00

    A very nice original Tan Presstoff straight E-tool carrier marked cey 4 indicating production by Karl Budischovsky u. Soehne, Oesterreichische Lederindustrie AG, Vienna. The E-tool carrier retains its original straps in brown leather in good condition. Unlike many of these on the market today this one has no repairs or restorations!

  • Transitional M18 helmet in three-tone Normandy camouflage

    2,650.00

    Stunning original M18 helmet in vibrant three-tone Normandy camouflage pattern. The M18 retains up to 90% of its original wartime applied camouflage paint with strong vibrant colours. The helmet shows signs of decals under the camouflage paint. The helmet retains its originally wartime fitted zinc liner and chinstrap.  The helmet was found in the Netherlands where a bunch in this camouflage pattern have turned up over the years. This helmet is a spectacular example of a three-tone camouflage on a reissued world war one helmet. The helmet looks to be size 66 shell. These reissued world war one helmets can be found from time to time, but this is one of the only ones I’ve ever seen in three tone camouflage! A stunning helmet that would fit in most if not all camouflage helmet collections!

  • Q64 Heer M35 battle damaged Normandy camouflage helmet Uffz Kluckow

    2,650.00

    Superb battle damaged M35 Heer helmet in three-tone brush applied Normandy camouflage over a rough reissue paint. Nicely marked Q64 indicating production by Quist. Still retaining up to 95% of its original bright camouflage finish. Looking at the paint one can clearly see a Heer decal peak through the paint. This is a spectacular example of a battle damaged three-tone camouflage helmet named to Unteroffizier Kluckow. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The helmet would be a great addition to any helmet collection!

  • M35 Heer Battledamaged textured three-tone EF62 camouflage helmet

    1,850.00

    Stunning original battle damaged M35 three-tone camouflage helmet. Nicely marked EF62 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda with its original size 55 liner. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original wartime field applied camouflage paint. The helmet has a small shrapnel damage on the rear skirt that most probably was a lucky catch to the wearer. The helmet is a nice and typical three-tone camouflage helmet with a nice battle damage!

  • Female M31 Brotbeutel with small canteen for Helferinnen

    250.00

    A very nice M31 canteen and breadbag for Helferinnen in the Wehrmacht. Rare to find complete!

  • Waffen-SS Oak camouflage zeltbahn in good used condition

    795.00

    A very nice oak zeltbahn in very good condition. Missing some buttons, some minor repairs that would be expected of the age! Other then that a nice Waffen-SS Zeltbahn in good used condition!

  • Two tone camouflage MG34/42 ammunition box

    350.00

    A one looker original camouflaged MG34/42 ammunition box in very good condition. The box still retains up to 90% of its original camouflage paint and would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Early Wehrmacht/Waffen-SS winter hood

    250.00

    Rare early pattern knit winter hood. Issued together with the typical ringed knit gloves. These hoods are the typical early winter hoods prior to the later tube Schauschal. One of the rarest winter garment pieces to find!

  • Non reversible Splittertarn parka with trousers

    1,950.00

    A very nice matching Splittertarn non-reversible wende parka with trousers marked 67. The set is a very nice combat worn example with some repairs. The garment retains most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The jacket and the trousers are both made from a nice mix of material. The garment would make a very nice base for a Ardennes offensive mannequin!

  • Stone mint leather k98 bayonet frog RBNr.0/0630/001

    145.00

    Stone mint late war bayonet frog marked RBNr.0/0630/001. The leather is soft and pliable, impossible to upgrade.

  • Unissued brown Gebirgsjäger rucksack strap connectors.

    60.00

    Nice original set of Gebirgsjäger carrying strap connectors. These are virtually missing from most if not all Gebirgsjäger rucksacks and connect the carrying straps to the ammunition pouches.

  • Luftwaffe wrist Compass Armkompass 39

    150.00

    Nice Luftwaffe wrist compass or Armkompass 39 (AK39). The compass is in good and working condition with its often missing original strap. The base material of the compass is in good, clear condition.

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