German helmet

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  • Mint tabbed Heer belt buckle marked J. C. Maedicke 1941


    Mint steel Heer belt buckle with originally sewn tab. Nicely marked J. C. Maedicke 1941. The buckle retains 100% of its original factory paint. If you just want one Heer belt buckle this is it!

  • German army issue Marschkompass “A” marked CXN


    A nice issue compass marked cjy indicating production by Neag,Norddeutsche Elektro-Akustik Gesellschaft, Berlin. The compass comes with its original cord and is in working condition. The compass is with the letter A on top indicating production after may 1944 and a clockwise 64 Mills direction.

  • Leather equipment belt marked Jelinek 85


    A nice supple leather equipment belt marked Jelinek 1944. The size of the belt is 85 cm. A nice and typical equipment belt.

  • Three tone Normandy camouflage gasmask canister


    A great textbook example of a original three-tone camouflage canister with loads of character! The canister was found in Normandy and is in great used condition. Inside the lid this canister is named to Grenadier Josef Gahler. Hard to find original normandy camouflage gasmask in great used condition with vibrant colours!

  • Late war LP42 flare pistol marked euh 071776


    A nice late war reinforced Leuchtpistole 42 or LP42 flare pistol. Nicely marked euh indicating production by Metallwarenfabrik C.u. W. Meinel-Scholer, Kligenthal/Sachsen. The pistol still retains the original red brown grips, wartime finish on the metal and has not been refinished or reissued postwar. The flare pistol is fitted with a single piece hammer and is reinforced above the grip. The serial is 071776. The best example I’ve ever owned.

    These flare guns are legal and free to own without permit in the Netherlands for everyone over 18 years of age. Please conduct your local laws before purchasing this product. I can only ship this item within the Netherlands.

  • M36 Heer tunic for a artillery Hauptfeldwebel Spiess


    Stunning M36 field blouse for a Spiess in a Artillerieabteilung. Nicely tailored M36 tunic with fully originally sewn insignia. On the right breast pocket are 4 added double loops for awards and one for a ribbon bar on top. The tunic is a nice medium size and has a small name tag to H. Lanzenberger. The 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 sewn in and modified M40 shoulderstraps for a Hauptfeldwebel der Artillerie. On the bottom of both sleeves two long bands of Tresse are sewn indicating the Hauptfeldwebel was also the Spiess of the Kompanie. A very rare tunic in great condition that is a stunning display piece for medal bars and awards!

  • 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.

  • Stitched K98 ammunition pouches marked 1/0666/0018


    A nice matching pair in untouched, uncleaned condition. Undamaged, with all dividers inside the partitions intact. Nicely marked 1/0666/0018 and dated 1944. Nice uncleaned pair!

  • Salty Fliegerbluse for a Fallschirmjäger


    A salty and strongly worn condition Fliegerbluse for a Fallschirmjäger with all originally sewn insignia. The tunic is strongly worn and has many small repairs, typical for a garment worn in combat. The insignia indicates the rank of Unteroffizier and has multiple award loops on the left breast. Easily visible is where a Fallschirmjägerabzeichen was once sewn. Simply the dirtiest and saltiest but most original Fliegerbluse surely worn by a Fallschirmjäger!

  • Two M42/M43 cap buttons marked BJ 41


    Hard to find early buttons for the M42 field cap. The price is for a set of two unissued buttons including worldwide shipping!

  • Late war embroided Heer M43 cap eagle


    A nice original late war embroided Heer M43 cap eagle. Free shipping!

  • Two blue M43 cap or Einheitsfeldmütze buttons marked RSS


    A great set of two original buttons for a Heer or Luftwaffe M43 field cap or Einheitsfeldmütze. Nicely marked RSS on the back. Rare buttons to find and all in good usable condition! Free shipping!

  • Two green M43 cap or Einheitsfeldmütze buttons marked AH 42


    A great set of original buttons for a Heer or Luftwaffe M43 field cap or Einheitsfeldmütze. Nicely marked AH 42 on the back. Rare buttons to find and all in good usable condition! Free shipping!

  • K98 bayonet marked 44 fnj


    A nice bayonet marked 44 fnj indicating production by Alexander Coppel GmbH (aka Alcoso), Solingen. The bayonet has never been sharpened or reblued. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 8483 (no suffix) and has nice clean bakelite grips. The bayonet is in good uncleaned, unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • Aluminum Heer belt buckle by H. Arld 1938


    A very nice original aluminum Heer buckle by H. Arld Nuernberg. The buckle still retains most of its factory green paint which is a rare attribute for these aluminum belt buckles. The buckle is easily graded near mint! A rare buckle in very good condition!

  • Luftwaffe winter flight jacket


    A nice winter fur flight jacket or Kanaljacke in good used condition. The jacket has a metal Lufwaffe eagle on the breast. The jacket is in good used condition with three working zippers. The press studs are in good working condition.
    The front breastpocket has a small handsewn repair on the bottom. A nice winter flight jacket in good condition!

  • Straight E-tool carrier with E-tool marked obp 1944


    A nice original Presstoff E-tool carrier in good, lightly used condition. The leather is supple and it can easily be displayed on a mannequin. Nicely maker marked and dated. The E-tool carrier comes with a nice late war obp 1944 marked straight E-tool. Textbook mid- to late war variation made out of Ersatzmaterial!

  • Named ET64 single decal Heer M40 helmet


    A textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked ET64 indicating production by Eissenhuttewerke ThaleThe helmet is complete with its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The liner is nicely named to Obgf (Obergefreiter) Morrioszy, and the chinstrap is full length, supple and marked Rahm Kampmann 1940. The helmet retains up to 99% of its original factory paint and 99% of its decal. All in all a very nice helmet in very good condition.

  • M40 pattern HBT or drillich combat trousers


    Medium sized M40 type field combat trousers in HBT or Drillichmaterial in good used condition. The front has a damaged part on the top that would be obscured by a jacket on a mannequin. Otherwise in very nice lightly worn condition that would nicely compliment a mannequin!

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked cvl 44


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked cvl 44 indicating production by WKC Waffenfabrik G.m.b.H., Solingen-Wald. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 8458 M and has nice clean wooden grips. The bayonet is in very good unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • Battledamaged CKL68 M38 paratrooper helmet


    Battledamaged M38 Fallschirmjäger or paratrooper helmet with liner. The helmet is marked CKL68 in the back indicating prodution by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. The helmet is a late war Fallschirmjäger helmet that was shot through by rifle calibre. The shot went through the helmet, wounding the soldier staining the liner with blood. The helmet was taken home after the war and kept as a souvenir. The liner has the typical rubber padding with the typical rubber smell. This also has been pierced by the bullet. It was clear coated at one point but has been cleaned externally. The helmet bears no decal which is typical for these late war Fallschirmjäger helmets. The helmet has two different sets of bolts which is a typical detail for these late war Fallschirmjäger helmets.
    The helmet is in good used condition and still retains a small portion of its original paint. Hard to find battle damaged original Fallschirmjäger helmet!

  • ET64 single decal Heer M40 helmet


    A textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked ET64 indicating production by Eissenhuttewerke ThaleThe helmet is complete with its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The liner is original to the helmet and in good nearly unused condition.  The chinstrap is full length, supple and marked Rahm Kampmann 1940. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory paint and 99% of its decal. All in all a very nice helmet in very good condition.

  • German helmet chinstrap


    Original German helmet chinstrap in good used condition. Hard to find spare with painted steel buckle.

  • Pigskin P08 Luger holster erg 1942


    A rare P08 Luger holster in pigskin leather. Nicely marked erg 1942 indicating production by A. Döppert, Kitzingen. The holster is complete with all loops, straps and buckle. The leather is supple and not dry. Hard to find example!

  • Single decal M35 SE64 Kriegsmarine helmet


    Really clean example of a M35 helmet made to M40 specifications with a single Kriegsmarine decal.

    The helmet still retains 99% of its factory paint and 99% of the golden Kriegsmarine decal. The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet still retains its original chinstrap which is nicely maker marked and dated. In the back of the helmet the name Hohmeier and the Nordseenummer N20851M. Factory single decal M35 helmets are rare to find, specially Kriegsmarine and especially in such a nice condition! Can’t be upgraded.

  • 5 Liter water container


    A nice and usable 5 liter Trinkwasser water carrier.
    These carriers where first introduced around 1941 probably due to the hot climate in Italy and Africa. These are becoming hard to find and are a good and secure way to take drinking water to the front. This one still has most of its original paint and stencils and is in very good condition!

    The canister is definitely good enough to clean and use. As far as I can tell it has not been used to store oil, gasoline or other poisonous substances.

  • Classic three-tone Normandy camouflage gasmask canister


    A very nice original three-tone or Normandy camouflage gasmask canister. The canister is nicely named to two different soldiers. The canister retains its original camouflage paint up to 75% and is in very nice vibrant condition. The canister still retains the original strap, spare lenses, filter and mask. A classic Normandy camouflage gasmask canister with the typical bright colours. Really a stunning piece that would easily be matched to a Normandy camouflage helmet!

  • NS62 single decal Heer M40 helmet


    A textbook Heer M40 single decal helmet marked NS62 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. The helmet is complete with its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. The helmet retains up to 90% of its original factory paint and decal. All in all a very nice helmet in very good condition.

  • Late war soft shell P38 holster in mint condition


    A very nice late war P38 soft shell holster. The holster is nicely maker marked 0/0833/0007 indicating production by Hans Römer, Neu-Ulm. Simply a superb late war P38 holster in mint condition, can not be upgraded!

  • K98 bayonet marked PYY 44


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked PYY 44 indicating production by Berg & Co, Solingen-Ohligs. PYY marked bayonets are very rare! The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 256 f and has nice clean wooden grips. The bayonet is in salty uncleaned condition.

  • German helmet Chinstrap Rahm Kampmann


    A nice chinstrap in good used condition. Marked Rahm & Kampmann. Hard to find spare!

  • Rare M44 type mantel in brown wool


    A nice and rare M44 type Mantel or overcoat in unissued, near mint condition. The coat has been made from the typical late war grey brown recycled wool. Unlike the regular greatcoat it has slits for the belt hooks in the side that would only fit with a M44 tunic. The jacket has one or two small moth holes but is in good unissued condition and a nice medium to large size for mannequins. Rare late war garment!

  • Minty EF62 M35 reissue


    A nice and minty M35 reissue helmet with perfect decal, liner and chinstrap. The helmet is simply one of the cleanest examples I’ve found! The helmet is nicely marked EF62 indicating production by Emaillierwerke Fulda. The helmet is complete with its original minty chinstrap and liner. Inside the dome stamp clearly shows the helmet was assembled in 1937. The helmet still retains up to 99% of its wartime paint and both of its minty decals of which one is overpainted. Nice helmet!

  • Fliegerbluse for a flight / paratrooper Unteroffizier


    A very nice original Fliegerbluse with the yellow Waffenfarbe for flying personnel or paratroopers. All insignia are machine sewn except for the medal ribbons which are hand sewn. On the chest one can observe three loops for awards which would very nicely decorate this garment. The garment is a nice medium size and marked LBA 41. 

  • Q66 early M40 Luftwaffe helmet in mint condition


    A stone mint Q66 Luftwaffe M40 helmet in stone mint condition. One of the first M40 Luftwaffe helmets with its size 58 reinforced aluminum liner. The helmet retains 99% of its original paint and 99% of its original Luftwaffe decal. The helmet is marked Q66 indicating production by Quist.  Simply the best Luftwaffe M40 helmet I’ve ever owned, a stunning top shelf example!

  • M42 Heer signals Unteroffizier field blouse


    A nice large field blouse for a Unteroffizier in a Nachrichtenabteilung. The tunic is a nice large size fitting most if not all mannequins. It has original though restored machine sewn insignia. The tunic has moth damage and repairs. The most noticeable can be seen under the righthand top pocket. The bottom pockets are sewn flat. A original and affordable tunic in good used condition.

  • Rubber Dienstglas rain cover


    Hard to find spare for the yellow and bakelite Dienstglas binoculars in very good condition.

  • Perfect M31 Heer Splittertarn Zeltbahn with bakelite buttons


    If you are looking for just one Heer Zeltbahn to fit your collection; look no further. This is truly the best Splittertarn Heer Zeltbahn I have ever found. A nice late war variant marked RBNR. The Zeltbahn retains all of its period sewn bakelite buttons, three tent peg ropes and nice and vibrant colours. This Zeltbahn does not have a single thing I don’t like and I would easily class it as A-grade. Can’t be upgraded, a simple equipment item but simply in perfect condition!

  • Mint late war belt and blue Heer Noelle & Hueck buckle


    A perfect mint late war belt with a late blue buckle marked N. & H. L. indicating production by Noelle & Hueck, Ludenscheid. The belt is nicely RBNR marked and size 90. The belt and buckle are both in amazing mint condition and would be impossible to upgrade.

  • Steel green tunic belt hooks


    A perfect mint set for a mid to late war Heer or Waffen-SS M40,M41,M42 or M43 tunic in green paint. Hard to find spare set, especially in green paint!

  • Daimon 2201 torch


    A very nice Daimon 2201 torch in near mint condition. The torch is complete with both bulbs and seems in working condition. Hard to upgrade period torch!

  • ID’ed Fallschirmjaeger mapcase 1 Zug/San Abt 7


    A spectacular named and unit marked pre war Luftwaffe mapcase. Inside the flap the mapcase is named to Dr. Walters Dresden with the unit San. 7. Fsjr. 1 indicating Fallschirm-Sanitäts-Abteilung 7 which was a part of Fallschirmjaeger Regiment 1. The men of FJR1 where the spearhead of the airborne assault on the Netherlands in may 1940. All this makes for a very interesting original mapcase. The mapcase was recently sourced out of the woodwork in Dresden, Germany and has never been in a collection before. Finding or upgrading a mapcase like this would be very hard to impossible!

  • Pre war short gasmask canister


    A very nice short pre war Gasmask with canister. The gasmask, canister and straps are all in good condition. Inside the canister I found a oval aluminum tag on a string with the number 340 which corresponds to the number stamped on the lid. A interesting pre war gasmask in very good condition, very hard to upgrade!

  • Late Bruder Schneider Heer buckle in original factory wrap


    A mint blue Heer buckle by Bruder Schneider in the original factory wrapping. These buckles where wrapped in used newspaper against scratching. First time I see a mint buckle still in its original factory wrapping!

  • Rare pre war 5l gasoline container


    Prior to the Jerrycan being invented and issued these small triangular gasoline containers where typical. Easily seen on early and pre war pictures strapped on the back onto motorcycles and other vehicles. The container is in near mint condition with 99% of the zinc finish and paint. Hard to upgrade in this minty condition and perfect accessory for any pre 1942 vehicle!

  • Pre war straight E-tool marked RH 35


    Pre war straight E-tool marked RH 35 and a Waffenamt. Hard to find pre war straight E-tool in good used condition!

  • M43 Drillich tunic in untouched condition


    A very nice M43 field tunic made from HBT linnen or Drillich. It comes with its original factory applied Litzen and breast eagle. The jacket is a nice medium size and marked  0/0150/0041 which dfers to the maker M. Michovius, Uniformfabrik, Cottbus. The jacket has been worn in the field and still has dirt in the pockets and stains on the elbows and the back. The tunic has multiple small mud/dirt stains. The jacket was found on the attic of a Belgian hospital around 20 years ago together with 3 other identical HBT m43 tunics from the same maker with the exact same insignia configuration.

  • Mid war German helmet net


    Mid war German helmet net made of rough, brown string. Unlike the late war variant this mid war type is hard to find! The helmet net would easily compliment any German army helmet. This early type of camouflage net is very hard to find!

  • Mint M44 type trouser braces


    Mint late war trouser braces as used and issued with the M43 or M44 trousers. Very rare set that fits perfectly with a M44 uniform!

  • Brown leather soft shell P38 holster


    A brown leather P38 holster in strong used condition. One of the loops on the back has a period repair. If you’re looking for a combat worn holster, this is it!

  • Tan Presstoff MG42 tool pouch by OaZ


    A rare tan Presstoff MG42 tool pouch marked OaZ 4. The pouch is in good condition with all straps and D-ring intact. The pouch is complete with the full internals. Very hard to find complete with internal dividers!

  • 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!

  • Heer M44 Panzergrenadier Shoulderstraps in Italian wool


    Nice pair of late war EM Schulterklappen for a Panzergrenadier in mint condition. Rayon piped and lined textbook construction but in Italian wool. This is the first ever pair I saw in Italian wool. A perfect pair to match with a minty Italian M43 or M44 tunic!

  • M31 messkit marked HRE 41


    A nice early M31 messkit marked HRE41 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen. Still retaining up to 99% of its original factory paint, mint!

  • Pre war Fargel & Possmanith compass


    Rare pre war compass by Fargel & Possmanith ; one of the rarer makers to find. Hard to find pre war compass by Fargel & Possmanith in good working condition!

  • Late war 4-panel Splittertarn Heer zeltbahn


    A late war Heer Splittertarn 4-panel zeltbahn in good used condition. The Zeltbahn is nicely marked R.B.N.R. 0/0835/0001 and has most of its originally sewn buttons. Interestingly, the two corner panels on the Zeltbahn are visibly made out of Carbon Overprint fabric if one takes a closer look. One or two small damages, other then that a nice late war zeltbahn!

  • Late war gasmask canister


    Very nice complete late war gasmask. The canister is in very good condition with most of its original paint. The straps are a interesting late war set with a late war wire hook. The gasmask is a size 4 in black rubber with blue fittings and contrasted lenses. The Gasmask is complete and in very good condition, hard to upgrade!

  • Stunning pair of 6×30 binoculars by Carl Zeiss


    A stunning and complete pair really! Complete with strap, button flap and bakelite cover. The set is in very good condition with good clear optics with Strichplatte in the right lens. Can’t be upgraded!

  • Dutch Waffen-SS poster dated 1942


    Rare original Dutch Waffen-SS poster dated 1942. The poster is large (108 x80cm) and in good condition with strong colours. There are some minor damages and tears in the folds. But still a very nice original Dutch Waffen-SS poster that would very nicely display in a collection!
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  • 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!

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