German helmet

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  • Speckled brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas container


    A stunning speckled brown bakelite 6×30 binocular case. Later in the war when the Germans ran out of pigment for bakelite they switched over to different fillers. Sawdust was one of the filling materials used, creating a interesting speckled finish. The brown bakelite dienstglas containers where mostly found with tan 6×30 binoculars. The case is in very good, undamaged condition and has a very aesthetic and vibrant light brown colour which would nicely attribute a late war uniform setup.

  • US McCord M1 helmet with Lieutenant bars


    A very nice and salty M1 helmet by McCord with its original Lieutenant bars. The helmet is in salty, uncleaned condition. The shell is marked 288 and retains its original Fixed bale chinstrap loops. The liner is a type 3 westinghouse variant with press studs for the liner band. A nice and salty M1 helmet with liner and Lieutenant bars!

  • Leather equipment belt cqr42 size 85


    A very nice and supple leather equipment belt marked cqr42 in size 85. The marking cqr indicates production by Lederwerk Sedina Joachim Schell, Finkewalde Bez. Stettin.

  • Late war 4-panel Waffen-SS Oak zeltbahn


    Late war 4-panel zeltbahn in Waffen-SS Oak camouflage. The Zeltbahn is nicely made up out of different colours of camouflaged material, typical for a late war manufacture. What makes this zeltbahn rare is that its in good condition, but also that it is of a late war “4 panel” construction. That means that on both far ends of the left and right side a extra triangle is sewn on. The material is stunning and very vibrant and looks like the day it was made. Some minuscule small holes, a damaged buttonhole and some paint spots. The zeltbahn retains most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. The Zeltbahn would be a very nice example to cover the wall, rolled up on a A-frame or on a mannequin as it has very nice and strong colours!

  • Scarce untouched winter camouflage gasmask canister


    A stunning(!) original winter camouflage gasmask canister in untouched condition. The canister still retains most of its original winter camouflage   that has various stains from dirt and blood. The canister retains its original straps and closing mechanism that have never been removed or replaced from the canister. Inside is a nice canvas covered gasmask with filter, spare lenses and a polishing cloth. Untouched winter camouflage items are extremely hard to find as most where overpainted as the snow melt. If you after a real, untouched winter camouflage gasmask canister this is the one for you. You will definitely not find a better one!

  • Pre war Luftwaffe mapcase Flak Regiment 5

    Sale! 180.00 130.00

    A very nice pre war Luftwaffe map case in light brown leather. The mapcase is dated 1935 and is unit marked to Flak Regiment 5. Nice pre war mapcase!

  • Three matching equipment straps


    A very nice set of three unissued and matching leather equipment straps. All three identically ink marked RBNR and dated ’44. The straps are all nice and supple.

  • Luftwaffe tropical field blouse with Kreta cuff title


    A very nice Luftwaffe tropical field blouse for a flight or paratrooper Unterfeldwebel. The field blouse is complete with a machine sewn original Kreta cuff title and a set of tropical yellow piped shoulderstraps for a Unterfeldwebel. The breast eagle is machine sewn to the field blouse but is restored to the piece. The field blouse is in good, lightly worn condition and would be a very nice display tunic!

  • Named and matching pair of K98 ammunition pouches


    Nice matching pair of K98 ammunition pouches named inside the lids. The pouches are complete with internal dividers. A nice set!

  • Complete gas warning flag set


    Complete set of gas warning flags with 15 flags and tape. Hard to find complete set with its original cloth pouch marked gdn. 

  • Brown leather mapcase with period contents


    A nice mapcase that was found with the items inside. The small wallet has a set of shoulder straps numbers indicating the individual soldier was a member of Infanterie Regiment 19. The mapcase is in strong used condition but still nice and supple and more importantly, with its original contents!

  • Pre war breadbag in good condition


    A very nice pre war Heer breadbag. The breadbag is in unissued nice condition. Inside one of the buttons is missing. Otherwise a very nice and typical pre war Heer breadbag.

  • Mint late war breadbag with strap


    A very nice and mint late war Heer/Waffen-SS breadbag complete with strap.

  • Late war M37 lowboots marked 0/0441/5032


    A nice pair of late war M37 lowboots marked 0/0441/5032 in lightly worn condition. A nice large size fitting most if not all mannequins and complete with a set of leather laces. Marked 0/0441/5032 on the top. These lowboots where issued to most personnel in the Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS. A nice and textbook set with the shark type nose! A matching pair of typical M37 lowboots in good condition is hard to find!

  • Perfect pair of issue cavalry riding boots


    A perfect pair of issue riding boots or Reitstiefel. The pair is in mint unissued condition and retains all of its wartime applied hobnails and heels. This mint pair would be perfect for a cavalry or combat officer display!

  • Dutch pre war overcoat in mint condition


    Mint pre war Dutch overcoat with unit tag sewn in the collar. The overcoat has been reissued in the German army and has as such received a set of German buttons. Otherwise it is unchanged and could really easily be converted back to the Dutch pre war specs with some buttons. The Dutch pre war overcoat in rough wool like this is one of the rarest pre war Dutch uniform items!

  • Skin decontamination flask with rare carrier

    Sale! 100.00 70.00

    A rare Hautentgiftungsmittel box. Rare to encounter square variant with the red pressed paper box with the original label on the flask!

  • Late war Heer M44 rucksack

    Sale! 100.00 75.00

    A mint late war M44 Sturmgepäck. This rucksack is in very good condition and would be a nice addition to any equipment collection. The black leather is in good condition.

  • 6×30 Dienstglas E. Leitz


    Minty 6×30 Dienstglas binoculars with bakelite rain cover and minty strap. Both the cover and strap are nicely marked. The strap is dated 42. The sight is perfect and still retains the Strichplatte. Very hard to upgrade!

  • Late war A-frame pouch

    Sale! 160.00 125.00

    A nice late war A-frame pouch in good used condition.

  • 6×30 Dienstglas binocular case strap


    Hard to find spare 6×30 Dienstglas case strap in mint, unissued condition.

  • Leather equipment belt marked RBNR size 85


    A very nice late war equipment belt marked RBNR and size 85.

  • Second pattern Afrikakorps pith helmet


    A nice second pattern Afrikakorps pith helmet in unissued condition. The helmet comes with typical lightweight dust goggles often seen on these helmets. The helmet is dated 1942 and is size 57. The helmet is complete with its chinstrap and its zinc insignia.

  • 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 M31 Zeltbahn with Italian buttons


    A nice and minty late war Heer Zeltbahn with Italian painted zinc buttons and a nice and bright print. The Zeltbahn is complete with most if not all of its period sewn buttons. It is undamaged and complete with the two stake ropes. Finding a nicer M31 Zeltbahn would be very hard!

  • Waffen-SS Bevo cap eagle


    Original Waffen-SS Bevo cap eagle in unissued condition.

  • Waffen-SS Bevo cap eagle


    Original Waffen-SS Bevo cap eagle in good unissued condition.

  • Combat used MP38 u. MP40 pouch


    A true combat used MP38 u. MP40 pouch that recently surfaced from a Belgian attic. The D-ring attachment has been period removed, otherwise a real combat worn MP40 pouch in good condition!

  • M35 double decal Luftwaffe Turtle camouflage helmet


    A stunning Luftwaffe M35 double decal camouflage helmet found in Leersum, the Netherlands. The helmet retains 90% of its original three-tone turtle-like camouflage scheme with bright and vibrant colours. Easily seen are the two Luftwaffe decals peeking through the paint! Also the helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap in good untouched condition. The helmet would make a very nice example for any camouflage collection!

  • 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.

  • Grey 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 near mint condition, it has no rips, holes or repairs. 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!

  • Matching pair of infantry EM shoulderstraps


    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!

  • NCO/CO issue signal whistle with lanyard


    A very hard to find detail to finish a NCO or CO display. This original German army issue signal whistle made from bakelite with its original field gray knotted lanyard is in mint condition. Many commands where given with whistles during combat and the use and recognition of the different signals was something most soldiers would have known.

  • Bakelite 6×30 rain/dust cover


    A very nice bakelite rain/dust cover for the 6×30 Dienstglas. Hard to find spare in great condition. The bakelite has no cracks and the leather is good and supple.

  • 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 Enamel M42 messkit marked WJ44


    A very nice late war Enamelled M42 messkit in good, lightly used condition. The messkit still retains most of its original enameling and is a typical late war messkit in very good condition!

  • Late war size 57 M31 helmet liner


    German M31 helmet liner in light used condition. The liner is a size 57 fitting for a late war size 64 helmet shell. The liner has one damage but is otherwise in very good condition complete with the original liner string.

  • Waffen-SS Dot44 HBT camouflage tunic


    A very nice Dot44 or Erbsentarn camouflage HBT combat tunic. This tunic is in very good condition and has nice colours. Inside and on one sleeve a few dark green stains can be seen. The tunic has a few machine sewn repairs (see pictures). The sleeve does not show signs of a sleeve eagle being removed. The size is big and good for most mannequins. The tunic is marked 0/0793/0101 indicating production by Textil und Bekleidungswerke GmbH Becker. Clearly a original Waffen-SS camouflage tunic in lightly worn condition.

  • M40 Heer mantel for a Gefreiter


    A very nice Heer M40 mantel dated 1940. Inside the lining pocket a name stamp can be seen to Helmut Dänn from Stettin. The overcoat is complete with all its originally sewn buttons and Gefreiter rank on the sleeve. The mantel is in very good only lightly worn condition with most if not all of the original nap in the wool. The size is a nice medium.

  • Complete armoured navy binoculars marked 7×50 beh

    Sale! 750.00 650.00

    A nice complete set of armored Kriegsmarine 7×50 power binoculars. Nicely marked beh indicating production by Leitz. The binoculars are complete with the rubber armor which has been personalized by the individual Kriegmarine soldier. The set is clear and the rubber armour is nice and supple. The optics are clear and very usable but not completely undamaged because one of the top lenses has a hairline crack. This does not deduct from the usability as it is very clear and usable! These binoculars are great for a Kriegsmarine collection!

  • Steel Feldgrau 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!

  • Mint ET64 M35 double decal Heer helmet


    A double decal Heer M35 helmet in mint condition. Nicely marked ET64 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. The non reinforced liner band is dated 1935 and comes with the 1931 dated Schuberth leather. The helmet still retains 99% of its original Gus Abel decals and paint.The helmet is truly one of the best apple green M35 helmets that I’ve seen out there and would be a crown in any helmet collection. Simply a textbook M35 in the best possible condition!

  • 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!

  • 72,5 cm antenna Tornister Feldfunkgerät B, B1, and B2


    72,5cm long wire band antenna for the Tornister Feldfunkgerät B, B1, and B2. The antenna is in good, imo working condition. The antenna can be folded into a shorter transport mode and still is very flexible. Hard to find spare for the Feld Funk B!

  • Feldfunk throat microphone and headphones


    A nice original set of both a microphone and headphone. A important attribute to any German radio!

  • Kleinfunksprecher d (KlFuSpr.d) “Dorette”


    Late war small portable radio transmitter Dorette. The smallest and last German field radio. The Germans entered the Dorette into service late 1944. The radio still has 95% of its original paint and looks to be in very good condition. The Dorette is in very good condition, the knobs all turn without any problems and the large dial spins.

  • Gebirgsjäger gaberdine nco M43 tunic


    Nice and rare Gaberdine M43 tunic for a Feldwebel u. Offiziersanwarter for a Gebirgsjäger. The tunic has a variety of period sewn loops for awards and ribbons. The tunic has a nice pair of rayon piped Gebirgsjäger shoulder straps indicating Feldwebel u. Offiziersanwarter. The flatwire bevo breast eagle and other insignia have been machine sewn. The Gebirgsjäger Edelweiss has been handsewn. A typical insignia configuration for a Officer candidate on a very nice, rare late war Gaberdine M43 tunic.

  • Luftwaffe Double decal M35 bringback from Col. L.A. Zimmer


    A nice big ET66 M35 double decal helmet in very good used condition. The helmet is marked ET66 indicating prodution by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. The helmet is one of the earliest Luftwaffe M35 helmets having a non reinforced first pattern Schuberth 1931 dated leather liner. Both of the early decals are present including the early “droop tail” Luftwaffe decal. One of the rivets is a wartime replacement. Inside the neck of the helmet a small piece of tape is applied with a handwritten text;

    Property of LT. Col. L.A. Zimmer

    Lieutenant Colonel Layton Allen Zimmer served in the Navy in world war one, and later in world war two served in North Africa and Europe. As a first lieutenant he was stationed in Hawaii on a coastal artillery battery between the wars and most probably during the Pearl Harbor raid.

    The helmet is one of the first production run M35’s for the Luftwaffe and has the rare first model liner. The paint on the helmet still retains up to 85% and especially for the date is still in very good condition!

  • Minty M31 breadbag


    Nice textbook example of a Heer/Waffen-SS M31 breadbag!

  • Ammunition drum for the Zwillingslafette MG34


    A rare pre war ammunition drum for the MG34 Zwillinglafette. These ammunition drums are often found with a late war modification on which the hooks for the Lafette connection are sawn off and the bare metal covered in tan paint. The drum is in very good condition with up to 75% of the original factory paint still present. The drum is nicely dated 1940.

  • Luftwaffe EM M43 field cap marked 0/0378/0118


    Textbook late war Luftwaffe M43 field cap with factory sewn two piece insignia. Nicely marked 0/0378/0118 inside, dated 1944 and size 57. The cap is in great, lightly worn condition retaining 99% of the original nap.

  • Waffen-SS belt and rare buckle marked JFS


    A stunning original belt and buckle set marked JFS. The buckle is marked J.F.S. indicates production by Josef Feix & Söhne, Gablonz. The buckle by JFS is one of the rarest SS buckles, much rarer then the green RODO buckles. The belt and buckle have always been together as can easily seen by the imprint left on the belt by the buckle. The buckle is in good condition with most of its original factory wash remaining. If you are looking for a rare SS belt and buckle, this is it!

  • Untouched Heer M41 combat tunic


    Nice and rare original Heer M41 tunic with all factory sewn insignia. The tunic is in good, lightly worn condition and is complete with two non matching infantry shoulder straps that came with the tunic. The beast eagle is machine sewn on the top, flipped over with the lower portion handsewn. The litzen are all machine sewn. The tunic is a nice large size and would be perfect for a mannequin setup. The lower pockets have been sewn flat and shortened a short bit. Some minor moth damages but overall a very nice and hard to find tunic with factory sewn EM insignia!

  • Mint condition MP40 pouch marked CLG 43


    A very nice mint condition green MP40 pouch. This is truly one of the nicest green CLG pouches I have ever encountered and would make a nice addition to the collector of equipment. The pouch is marked CLG 43 indicating production by Ernst Melzig Lederwaren, Liegnitz. The leather is supple and in perfect condition. If you are looking for a MINT mp40 pouch, this is it!

  • Late war leather MG34/MG42 tool pouch marked gyb1943


    A very nice mid/late war MG34 and MG42 tool pouch with the complete interior. The pouch has the late war spider sight compartment that can take both the MG34 and MG42 spider sights. Rare to find in leather!

  • Combat worn, uncleaned as found tropical Y-straps


    A combat worn, uncleaned and as found tropical Y-strap. The Y-strap is a nice late war variant also featuring British brass buckles in the front. One of the auxiliarry D-rings is gone. A nice Y-strap for a combat mannequin!

  • Q64 M40 double decal Polizei helmet


    A very nice late war double decal M40 Polizei helmet. The helmet is nicely marked Q64 indicating production by Quist with the lot number T3339. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap that are original to the helmet. On the chinstrap loop a small brass tag is attached that was found on the helmet. The original decals still retain up to 99%. A very nice and near mint Polizei helmet that would be a very nice addition to any helmet collection!

  • Rare left facing heer buckle


    A great original buckle in the rare transitional variant with the eagle facing the left. The buckle is in mint condition. The left facing buckle was only made between January and March 1936. A rare and desirable buckle that is a must have for every buckle collector!

  • Waffen-SS Dot44 HBT camouflage tunic


    A very nice Dot44 or Erbsentarn camouflage HBT combat tunic. This tunic is in very good condition and has nice colours. The sleeve does show signs of a sleeve eagle being removed. The size is big and good for most mannequins. The tunic is marked 0/0793/0101 indicating production by Textil und Bekleidungswerke GmbH Becker. The collar still has the factory pressed collar and seems to be unwashed. Clearly a original Waffen-SS camouflage tunic!

  • Late war Waffen-SS Panzer M43 field cap


    Late war Dachau made Waffen-SS M43 cap. Textbook late war cardboard brim construction cap in size 56. The embroided Dachau trapezoid insignia is factory zig-zag sewn to the cap. The cap is in mint, unissued condition and would be very hard to upgrade!

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