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  • 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.

  • 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!

  • Heer EM signals M44 shoulderstraps


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

  • 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!

  • 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!

  • 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.

  • 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 jvf 43 indicating production by Wilhelm Brand, Treibriemenfabrik (driving belt factory), Heidelberg. 

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked 41 cqh


    A very nice matching bayonet marked 41 cqh indicating production by Clemen und Jung,Solingen. cqh marked bayonets are very rare. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 2608 h and has nice clean wooden grips.

  • RZM pattern Waffen-SS cufftitle Westland


    Stunning and rare cuff title for the SS-Standarte-Westland or SS-Panzer-Grenadier-Regiment 10 Westland in very good unissued condition. Nice second pattern RZM style construction. This is one of the rarest cufftitles to find!

  • Mint late war MP44 ammunition pouch


    Mint condition late war MP44 ammunition pouch. The pouch is of a typical construction used for pouches marked BXB44. The pouch is a unique, late war and simplified example without securing bridges for the closing straps. The pouch was originally a bringback found together with a ’45 dated MP44 indicating this pouch would have been made in 1945. The pouch is a textbook and excellent example which is a must have for any equipment collector.

  • MG34 spanner


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

  • Late war M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn


    Stunning unissued Wehrmacht issue Zeltbahn in Splittertarn camouflage. Lovely example with most if not all originally sewn buttons.

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked Paul Weyersberg 1938


    Nice pre war matching pre war K98 bayonet marked Paul Weyersberg 1938. The bayonet is in good condition and has nice clean bakelite grips.

  • Tabbed steel Heer belt buckle marked C.W. Motz 1941 Brandenburg


    Nice near mint tabbed steel Heer belt buckle marked C.W. Motz 1941 Brandenburg.

  • Tropical gasplane marked pcd


    A very rare tropical Gasplane in unissued/mint condition. The gasplane is nicely marked pcd 291 44 3 indicating batch 3 in July 1944. Op indicates Oppanol : a transparent versatile polymer, impervious to water and many different gases and resistant to chemicals. (Tp/Ark) indicates these where made for Tropical or Arctic use. One of the rarest gascapes to find!

  • Blue Luftwaffe Webbing flare ammunition pouch


    Rare late war flare ammunition pouch in good used condition. The case is made from blue webbing and comes with its original removable sling. The pouch is complete with all internal dividers and wooden reinforcement and some empty casings. Nicely marked jvf 42. Quite hard to find a better Luftwaffe one!

  • Rare pioneer leather pickaxe carrier


    Scarce original and rare pickaxe carrier in leather. Early variant with light wear. Scarce bit of field gear in lightly used condition with supple leather! Super scarce!

  • Entfernungsmesser sunshades and handle bar


    Rare original accesories for the large Entfernungsmesser.

  • Combat boot knife or Stiefelmesser marked COF


    A very nice original combat boot knife or Nahkampfmesser or officially; Infanteriemesser 42. Nicely marked COF indicating production by Waffenfabrik Carl Eickhorn, Solingen. The knife is in good sharp condition and has been issued. Perfect combat mannequin accessorie and hard to find a COF marked example!

  • Pre war pattern A-frame with aluminum hardware


    Very nice pre war pattern A-frame with aluminum hardware in good used condition complete with the matching A-frame bag with aluminum grommets and buttons.

  • Mint M39 Steingrau Heer trousers


    Mint pair of M39 trousers for use in the Heer in the Steingrau or stone grey colour. The trousers are nicely named to Unteroffizier Lehmann M Stab Panzer Abwehr Abteilung 50. The pair retains all of its originally sewn buttons and retains 100% of the nap in the wool. Guaranteed the best pair on the market today. The trousers are in mint condition with zero issues and a good big size!

  • Luftwaffe M43 field cap with two piece insignia


    Killer Luftwaffe M43 field cap with factory sewn two piece insignia. The cap is a good, worn example which is hard to find nowadays. The cap factory sewn insignia; has a hand sewn Luftwaffe cap eagle which is sewn into the main cap construction topped with a machine sewn BeVo cockade. The cap is a size 56 and is marked RBNR inside. The cap is nicely worn and comes with the grime and dirt you’d expect. Very hard to find a cap in untouched and uncleaned condition!

  • PUMA combat boot knife or Stiefelmesser Fabrikmarke Puma


    A very nice original PUMA combat boot knife or Nahkampfmesser or officially; Infanteriemesser 42. The handle is made out of typical red speckled bakelite. The knife is in good sharp condition! Perfect combat mannequin accessory!

  • Mint Heer M42 field cap


    A nice untouched EM/NCO M42 field cap. The cap retains its wartime factory hand applied cocade and eagle. The cap is in mint condition and shows no signs of use. The nap of the wool still remains at most places. The size of the cap is roughly a 57. A beautiful untouched cap, really!

  • Heer Infantry NCO shoulder straps with grey tresse


    A very nice pair of M40 Heer NCO shoulder boards for a Unteroffizier der Infanterie with subdued (!) tresse.

  • Late war german helmet chinstrap marked RB-Nr. 1079/0031


    In good supple condition and marked RB-Nr. 1079/0031. Ideal if you have that unissued M42 without chinstrap!

  • Lightweight Y-strap Joseph Moll Goch 1942


    Nice original lightweight Y-strap marked Joseph Moll Goch 1942.

  • Wehrmacht issue socks size 2


    A pair of unissued Wehrmacht issued socks. Maybe the hardest part to find for a German mannequin display; the socks are most if not always beat up, repaired or fully worn out. These socks are unissued and a scarce opportunity to buy a pair of original Wehrmacht issue socks. I have found one original bundle of 10 pairs of socks. Once these are sold; I will most probably not find another bundle! The price is for one pair; I will send you a pair that is like the one pictured from the pictured bundle. There is some minor moth nipping but nothing that I would regard as problematic for display. The size is a II which is large and fits most if not all mannequins. The socks still retain their stretchy characteristic and would easily apply to any mannequin. The socks are the finishing touch for any Wehrmacht, Waffen-SS or Luftwaffe mannequin and otherwise impossible to find!

  • Jongens met pit melden zich allen by de Waffen SS pamphlet


    Nice original Dutch Waffen-SS volunteer Pamphlet in very good condition.

  • Rare riveted Matching K98 bayonet marked 44 asw


    Hard to upgrade matching riveted bayonet marked 44 asw indicating production by E. & F. Horster & Co. Solingen. The grips on this bayonet are not mounted with screws but with a set of rivets which is one of the rarest variants to find. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 6728 and has nice clean riveted bakelite grips. A incredibly rare bayonet in very good condition!

  • Mint tropical K98 bayonet frog


    Stone mint tropical K98 bayonet frog marked RBNR. Never been issued piece, made from several shades of material including repurposed British webbing!

  • First pattern earliest known MP38 pouch


    Super rare first pattern MP38 magazine pouch in combat 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. 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 combat used condition!

  • Polizei issue fur hat 0/1500/0747


    A nice fur issued Polizei fur hat in good used condition. Nicely maker marked 0/1500/0747 and dated 1943. The cap is a size 56 which is a common size for the time period. The cap is in mint condition and the fur still retains most of its hairs. The cap has a originally applied Polizei cap eagle! Nice for a eastern front mannequin!

  • Mint reversible Splittertarn parka trousers


    Stone mint reversible Splittertarn parka trousers. No damages or holes and most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. Interesting detail is the pocket lining made out of Sumpftarn. Best reversible parka trousers I’ve ever had to offer!

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