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  • Late war Italian pullover


    Hard to find Italian pullover as issued and worn by many Waffen-SS and Heer troops. These turtleneck jumpers where very popular in 1944 and can be seen worn from June 1944 until the end of the war. The pullover is very stretchy and can easily be applied to most modern mannequins without hassle.

  • Waffen-SS M42 plane tree 5/6 camouflage smock marked 933


    A stunning original Waffen-SS hand screened plane tree 5/6 smock or Tarnjacke in very good, untouched condition. The smock is nicely marked 933 on the left pocket flap. The smock is in very good, lightly worn and untouched(!) condition. The smock was found 25 years ago in a old school in central Germany. There is still dust and dead insects on the back of the smock reminiscent of this time. The smock is a typical M42 type 1 smock with straight pockets. The pockets are lined with field grey Drillich material with overprint pocket flaps. The pocket is lined with 3/4 plane tree. The garment is typically sewn on the sides with a double needle seam and the rest finished with a single needle machine. The rayon drawstring is original to the piece and woven through handsewn holes. All of the foliage loops are fully intact. The sleeves are finished with hand screened 5/6 plane tree. The elastic on the sleeves is no longer functional and has never been removed or replaced. The elastic is tunneled in late war plane tree and has never been opened. The smock has two small holes but there are no repairs. The camouflage print is strong and full of contrast and the colours very vibrant. This untouched combat smock would be a prime piece in any camouflage collection and would be very hard to upgrade.

  • Minty M41 Heer tunic with factory sewn insignia


    A stunning Heer M41 EM Feldbluse in unissued condition. The green Einheitslitzen are period factory sewn to the collar. The breast eagle is period factory machine sewn on the top, flipped and finished by machine. The picture coming after the breast eagle shot shows the stitch line, underneath the lining. The insignia are all wartime factory machine sewn and it does not show any signs of moved, replaced or restored insignia or stitch holes. The garment was most probably kept for walking out and has only one modification that is that two seams at the back waist have been taken out to make some more room in the waist. This was most probably done because the soldier became well-fed. The garment retains up to 99% of the wool fluff. One button on the shoulder is replaced. This is really a stunning and textbook EM M41 tunic in near mint condition that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Mint condition M42 hbt field blouse


    Simply cant be upgraded! A mint original Drillich or hbt M43 Feldbluse or field tunic in near perfect condition. The garment retains the original factory paper label inside. The garment also still retains the red chalk original sewing lines at the breast pockets. The Einheitslitzen are factory period machine sewn to the collar. The breast eagle is hand applied and in my opinion restored. All buttons are present. No stains and a nice large size for a mannequin!

  • Smooth material Splittertarn camouflage smock

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    A original Splittertarn camouflage smock meant to be worn over the Feldbluse. These smocks where the first type of garment solely meant for camouflage purposes issued to the Wehrmacht / Heer. Modeled after the Waffen-SS smocks with some differences. The smock is a size 1 and nicely fits most mannequins. The smock is lightly tailored which is typical because they are hugely sized. These smocks where first worn by members of the Grossdeutschland division. The smock is in used condition with a few small holes. The smock still retains very strong and vibrant colours.

  • Heer M43 Keilhosen 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 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!

  • Late war issue Pullover


    Nice original late war Pullover sweater in unissued condition. Small to Medium size fitting old Hindsgaul and modern Europe Mannequin mannequins. These originally Italian sweaters where captured after the Italian surrender and reissued in the Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS. Typical late war garment thats a great finish to a mannequin!

  • Mint Luftwaffe tropical tunic with factory tag


    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!

  • Waffen-SS M40 mantel marked 458


    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


    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!

  • Waffen-SS M40 mantel with factory sewn eagle


    A stunning 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 is wartime factory sewn to the sleeve. The Sturmmann insignia is period hand applied. The mantel is nicely marked in the back which is a specific Waffen-ss detail. These overcoats are very scarce and this is only the second one I’ve found with factory sewn insignia!

  • M36 tunic hook support straps


    A nice set of two M36 uniform belt support hook straps. Near matching set from the same maker but slightly different in detail. These where however found together!

  • M42 Heer field blouse with factory sewn insignia


    Nice enlisted mens M42 field blouse with factory sewn insignia and hand applied Obergefreiter rank insignia and a ribbon for the Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten. The blouse is in very good condition with some minor moth damage here and there. The blouse is marked RB.Nr. 0/1103/5026 and dated 1943. Hard to upgrade original M42 field blouse with factory sewn insignia!

  • Late war M43 mantel 0/0688/0018


    A late war M43 mantel in very good condition. The mantel has nearly all of the nap in the wool remaining! The mantel has a damage that went through the sleeve and the right hip. The mantel is constructed of a late war coarse wool and is marked 0/0688/0018 dated 44. A nice medium sized late war mantel!

  • Waffen-SS reversible winter parka in Oak-B camouflage


    Near mint original Waffen-SS reversible camouflage parka in oak-B camouflage. The parka retains most if not all originally sewn buttons of which those on the white side are marked SS-RZM. The garment is only lightly worn with some period repairs which I photographed. The garment is executed in a very nice bright and typical Waffen-SS Oak-B camouflage pattern. The garment is a nice large size 3 which will fit most if not all mannequins. A very nice garment that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Non reversible Splittertarn parka with trousers


    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!

  • Quilted winter parka in good used condition


    Nice original quilted winter parka in good used condition. The parka is complete with most if not all buttons and drawstrings.

  • Mint M40 pattern HBT or drillich combat trousers


    Scarce mint condition M40 type field combat trousers in HBT or Drillich material maker marked and dated 1940. A nice big size for mannequins and in stone mint condition. Can’t be upgraded!

  • First pattern reversible parka set


    Nice first pattern Heer or Waffen-SS reversible parka set in strong used condition. The parka set is the first pattern without knee and elbow reinforcements and fully made out of tightly woven Reisewoll. The trousers are typically issued worn, and the white side whitewashed with chalk paint. The rear of the trousers show a Norwegian army depot stamp. The jacket is in good worn condition with many repairs on both sides. The trousers and jacket are a slight mismatch for colour but could well be issued and worn together as is as many wartime pictures suggest. If you want to build a eastern front combat mannequin this set would be perfect!

  • 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!

  • M44 Heer Panzergrenadier field blouse with factory sewn insignia


    Late war Heer M44 field blouse for a Panzergrenadier. The tunic is in good unissued condition with minimal storage wear. The garment retains most of the nap in the wool. All the insignia are factory sewn without alterations. The garment retains all of its originally sewn buttons. The shoulders are adorned with a set of late war EM M43 pattern Panzergrenadier shoulderstraps. The garment is a medium size good for most modern or vintage mannequins. The garment has some storage wear and a few repair but is otherwise a stellar unissued example. Hard to upgrade!

  • Late war EM Luftwaffe combat hbt tunic


    A nice original late war Luftwaffe EM hbt combat tunic. The tunic comes with its original factory sewn breast eagle and machine sewn collar tabs. The shoulderstraps are red rayon piped examples for Flak.

  • Period converted Waffen-SS winter panzer coveralls


    A uniform set consisting of a period modified Waffen-SS Winter Panzer coveralls with a first pattern mouse grey wool Waffen-SS pattern reversible parka trousers. The jacket and trousers are both in equal strong worn condition. The reversible Waffen-SS winter Panzer coveralls have been shortened below the waist pockets and are in salty condition. They are incredibly rare, as most original Waffen-SS Panzer uniforms. As most Waffen-SS coveralls they are designed for short people. This was most probably worn by someone tall, incapable of wearing the coveralls as is. I believe the set could be put together but I’ve found them as a set and they both show equal wear. The set would be very nice for a early eastern front Waffen-SS Panzer mannequin!

  • Early Luftwaffe tropical shirt LBA 41


    Nice Luftwaffe issue pullover shirt marked LBA 41 inside the collar. The shirt has provisions for shoulder straps but as far as I can tell never had a breast eagle applied. Hard to find early Luftwaffe tropical shirt with glass buttons!

  • Rare Luftwaffe Flieger blouse for a Flak Oberleutnant in hbt material


    Rare issue Luftwaffe Fliegerbluse in blue grey Drillich or hbt material. Standard issue Luftwaffe cut with blue glass buttons and insignia for a Oberleutnant Der Flak. The breast eagle is a nice bullion variant neatly sewn to the jacket. The left breast has two period sewn loops for a award. The shoulders are adorned with a set of Luftwaffe Flak Oberleutnant shoulder boards which show the normal wear as suspected with the buttons nicely embedded. The collar is nicely piped with a neatly sewn silver wire. The jacket is in nice worn condition but is void of repairs or alterations. A nice and rare garment, first one I’ve ever seen!

  • Superb Sumpftarn Fallschirmjäger jump smock with white plastic RiRi zippers


    A fantastic unissued Fallschirmjäger jump smock with white plastic RiRi zippers and factory sewn breast eagle. The garment is made out of nice heavy quality cloth. The ‘hard edged’ Sumpftarn camouflage pattern is vibrant and full of contrast. The smock is nicely marked smock is well marked with RBNR. 0/0708/0001, size IIb and dated 1945 (!). The smock is a excellent example of a late war jumpsmock as worn and issued to troops early 44 and onwards. The smock is untouched and perfect and not modified in any way. If you’re looking for a mint late war smock, this is it!

  • Luftwaffe M40 trousers


    A nice issued pair of Luftwaffe M40 trousers. The trousers are a nice mannequin size and still retain most of the nap on the wool. There are a few surface moth nips on the bottom which is normal for these garments after being stored for so long. A great pair in lightly worn condition that would look great on a mannequin!

  • 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!

  • Heer tropical pullover shirt


    Rare Heer tropical pullover shirt. Typical Afrikakorps type pullover shirt or Diensthemd für Tropen. The shirt is made from a grey olive coloured cotton with blue glass buttons. The shirt has buttons and buttonholes for shoulderboards. Ink stamped in the collar area B. Rawe & Co 42 and in a nice large size. Rare and textbook tropical shirt in mint condition!

  • Aluminum tunic belt hooks


    A perfect mint set for a pre war Heer or Waffen-SS M36 or M40 tunic in aluminum. Hard to find spare set, especially in aluminum!

  • Late war steel blue tunic belt hooks


    A perfect mint set for a mid to late war Heer or Waffen-SS M43 tunic in blue paint. Hard to find spare set!

  • Scarce original Waffen-SS smock drawstring


    A scarce original Waffen-SS Tarnjacke drawstring. Typical flat woven rayon construction. Full length 130 cm. Downright impossible spare to find that was used in all types of Waffen-SS Tarnjacken from pre war to 1945!

  • Late war steel blue tunic belt hooks


    A perfect mint set for a mid to late war Heer or Waffen-SS tunic in blue paint. Hard to find spare set!

  • Late war Italian made double button Heer M43 field cap


    A original Italian made late war double button Heer M43 field cap. One of several collectible and rare to encounter variants. This variant, with machine sewn embroided insignia is made fully out Italian made materials. The buttons, fabric and insignia are all Italian made. A rare to find original M43 field cap!

  • Late war Italian made single button Heer M43 field cap


    A original Italian made late war single button Heer M43 field cap. One of several collectible and rare to encounter variants. This variant, with machine sewn embroided trapezoid is made fully out Italian made materials. The button, fabric and insignia are all Italian made. A rare to find original M43 field cap!

  • M36 Mantel


    A nice and typical M36 mantel in great condition. The wool retains most of its nap and is in good condition. Some moth damage to the back of the mantel however! The shoulderstrap buttons have been replaced with “3” buttons indicating the owner was a member of the third company. Nice original mantel in good condition. Great for a equipment display!

  • M36 Wachmantel with Infanterie Major shoulder boards

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    A very nice early war Wachmantel with Major shoulderboards. This mantel was the choice winter garment prior to the two piece reversible parkas where issued. The greatcoat is fully blanket lined and very heavy. One or two small moth holes but otherwise in mint condition! A very nice and typical Ostfront garment!

  • Private purchase trousers in similar cut to Waffen-SS assault gun model


    Private purchase made trousers made in the same cut as the Waffen-SS assault gun trousers. These period made trousers are in heavily worn condition with missing buttons, damages, repairs and alterations. The trousers are cut from a rough wool, cut in a small size. The fly is secured with buttons and a hook in the top. The example is similar to those depicted in Michael Beaver’s Uniforms of the Waffen-SS, vol. 3, page 783. A salty pair of trousers!

  • Waffen-SS issue EM/NCO breeches


    A nice pair of unissued Reiterhose made from rough Italian wool. A affordable and issued pair of Waffen-SS issued EM/NCO breeches. The garment has most if not all of its originally sewn buttons and is in unissued condition. There are one or two holes and a faulty stitch. Otherwise, imo, mint!

  • German issue trikot undershirt


    A great original undershirt in mint condition. These shirts are the finishing touch to a mannequin and are becoming very hard to find. The shirt is in unissued condition and has no holes or tears. The size is a nice large fitting most Hindsgaul or John Nissen mannequins. There is a minor stain on the front from the age where it has been folded for a long time. The shirt is otherwise in mint, unissued condition! The shirt is of the first field gray model without pockets and dates between 1940 and 1942.

    A great original shirt in as new condition which are becoming hard to find!

  • RZ20 parachute material scarf


    A nice piece of parachute material as worn by paratroopers during the war. I have several pieces, all the pieces are big enough to use as a scarf and in good condition. Some have a few small holes(under 3 mm) or maybe a small cut. The material is otherwise in very good sturdy condition with nice vibrant colours!
    A nice small detail to a Fallschirmjäger mannequin!

  • German tricot undershirt


    A great original undershirt in mint condition. These shirts are the finishing touch to a mannequin and are becoming very hard to find. The shirt is in unissued condition and has no holes or tears. One of the cuff buttons is loose but its in the pocket. The size is a nice medium fitting most Hindsgaul or John Nissen mannequins.

    A great original shirt in as new condition which are becoming hard to find!

  • Wehrmacht issue blanket


    A original German army issue blanket. These blankets where issued and used members of the Heer and Waffen-SS. The importance of blankets in a war is very underestimated and where more then often the only comfort a soldier would have.

    This blanket is in used condition, it has a small rip, holes and repairs. None the less, this is a original Wehrmacht issue blanket that would be perfect for a personal effects display and very nice correctly folded or strapped onto a Tornister or Rucksack!

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