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  • German period national flag


    Nice original flag 90 x 120 cm. One small damage. Stitched on both sides.

  • Straight tropical Heer trousers F.42


    Typical straight Afrikakorps type Heer trousers. Nice strong olive coloured material in mint condition. The trousers has all of its originally sewn buttons and buckle. The trousers have a 80cm waist and a length of 110 cm. These would fit nicely on a modern medium to small sized mannequin. Hard to find in mint condition!

  • MN42 tropical canteen with brown bakelite cup


    A nice matching large tropical canteen marked MN42 indicating production by Metallindustrie GmbH. Neunkirchen-Saar (MENESA). The cup is made out of a nice brown bakelite, not to be confused with the standard black cup. The last pictures show the difference with a normal black cup which is easier to see in hand! Hard to upgrade matching example with a brown bakelite cup!

  • 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!

  • Tan 6×30 Dienstglas marked DDX


    A near mint 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 95% and can easily be graded near mint. The binoculars are marked DDX indicating production by Voigtlaender u. Sohn AG, Braunschweig. Extremely hard to find a pair with this amount of paint. The leather strap and rubber lens cover are original to the piece and have the textbook tan painted studs. Exceptional set!

  • Minty pair of lightbrown M37 lowboots


    A textbook pair of M37 Schnürschuhe in unissued condition. The leather is strong and very supple on these boots and they are complete with their original laces. The pair was made in 1944. Nicely marked and size 25 1/2 which corresponds roughly to a modern size 40. The pair has its original hobnails but was manufactured without a pair of steel heel pieces. Both boots are made out matching shades of leather. Hard to upgrade pair of lowboots!

  • Luftwaffe tropical pith helmet by Clemens Wagner


    Rare original Luftwaffe tropical pith helmet in very good condition. The helmet is complete with both its originally attached insignia and chinstrap. The helmet is a nice size 57 and made by Clemens Wagner.

  • Stunning named tan camouflaged gasmask canister


    A stunning Tan camouflage gasmask canister named to Obergefreiter Josef Bartenschlager. The canister is complete with its originally attached straps which also have some tan paint on them. The canister retains up to 90% of its original two tone tropical camouflage paint. The canister is named to Obergefreiter Josef Bartenschlager Feldpostnummer 35777(San.) which corresponds to;

    (28.2.1941-29.7.1941) 5. Staffel Lehr-Geschwader 2
    (30.7.1941-28.2.1942) gestrichen
    (8.9.1942-11.3.1943) Generalkommando LXIV. Reserve-Korps
    (23.4.1944-24.11.1944) 23.8.1944 Generalkommando LXIV. Korps.

    This example is really a unique tan camouflage gasmask canister in exceptional untouched condition! 

  • 18 liter Trinkwasser water canister


    Surely the biggest German issue water carrier in great condition. This water canister carries up to 18 liters of water. It retains up to 95% of its original paint and stencils. Inside it is still relatively clean and it doesn’t smell like it has been used to store any poisonous substances. Imo it can be lightly cleaned and used still!

  • Mint tropical Coconut canteen marked HRE 43


    A minty coconut canteen marked HRE 43 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen. The canteen is in mint condition together with its matching minty cup. Simply the best example of a coconut canteen I’ve ever seen! If you just need one coconut canteen, this is it!

  • 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 its wartime applied soles and heels. This mint pair would be perfect for a cavalry or combat officer display!

  • Pre war pioneer saw Böttcher & Renner 1937


    Hard to find near mint pre war pioneer saw with leather scabbard. The scabbard is nicely marked Böttcher & Renner Nürnberg-O 1937 and the saw itself VBW 1939 H. This is the best pre war set I’ve found!

  • Mint K98 bayonet marked 43 fnj


    A mint bayonet marked 43 fnj indicating production by Alexander Coppel GmbH (aka Alcoso), Solingen. The bayonet has never been sharpened or reblued. The bayonet is matching to its phosphatised scabbard with the serial 3466 t and has nice red bakelite grips. The bayonet is in exceptional uncleaned, unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • Brown bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas case


    A very nice brown bakelite case for the 6×30 Dienstglas. The case is complete with leather support straps on the back. The case is in very good clean condition.

  • German military issue wristwatch or Dienstuhr


    Typical issue wristwatch in good used condition. The watch is made in Switzerland by the Record Watch Co. The watch is serialized D 422769 H (Dienstuhr Heer). The wristwatch is a typical Wehrmacht issue, not private purchase piece. The watch still carries its original supple period strap which are mostly replaced, removed or simply damaged. As far as I know the piece is not in working condition so it is sold as is. A real Dienstuhr can be the finishing touch on a mannequin!

  • Mint Bayonet frog marked A. Fischer 1940


    Hard to find mint bayonet frog marked A. Fischer 1940. Perfect to match with that minty 1940 dated bayonet!

  • Awesome boxed 3D photoalbum Kampf im Westen


    Awesome 3D image book with period 3D goggles. A propaganda masterpiece giving the viewer a three dimensional view at the western campaign in 1940. The book is still in its original shipping box and retains its original paper cover. Der Kampf im Westen is reasonably scarce, but I’ve never seen a example still in the original box. The set is complete with instructions, 3D goggles, box, paper cover and most if not all of the 100 pictures. A stunning set, typical for the era!

  • Tropical A-frame messkit strap


    Nice original A-frame messkit strap in very good condition.

  • Reversible Sumpftarn Wendejacke marked 0/1001/0068


    A nice original tan and water or Sumpftarn Wendejacke in near mint condition. The parka retains all its buttons, straps and cords. It is nicely marked 0/1001/0068 and a large 2 for the size. The parka is in near mint condition and retains its nice bright camouflage colours and one or two misprints. The parka has one or two small (imo wartime) repairs. A very nice late war combat parka!

  • Rare bakelite 6×30 Dienstglas CXN


    One of the rarest bits of German army equipment. A stunning pair of 6×30 Dienstglas binoculars marked CXN indicating production by Emil Busch. The binoculars have clear lenses without scratches. The binoculars still retain all of their zinc and bakelite without any serious defects. The binoculars are nicely adjustable. They lack the Strichplatte and the sight is very slightly double and clear, nice to use! One of the metal rings on the bottom is missing. They are fitted with a adjustable strap that is affixable to two sets of bales on the reverse of the main body. I have added two pictures of these type of binoculars in use. Bakelite binoculars can be seen on the left hand side of the picture worn by the Unterscharführer in Kampfgruppe Knittel at the Kaiserbaracke crossroads. The straps are original and exactly the type that should be on this binocular. The binoculars are complete with the original issued case marked CXN.

    A very rare pair of binoculars in very good condition!

  • Heer tropical pullover shirt

    Sale! 600.00 400.00

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

  • ET64 M40 KIA Heer helmet in tropical DAK camouflage


    Stunning single decal KIA DAK camouflage helmet in good used condition. The helmet is a so called veteran bring back from Tunis. The helmet is without liner which was most probably period removed due to severe blood stains. The inside of the helmet is corroded just like every Killed-in-Action helmet. The helmet is named inside to Sold. Hasenack Feldpostnummer 35687. The Feldpostnumber 35687 indicates use in Panzergruppen-Nachrichten-Regiment 10 which was destroyed in Tunis may 1943. The helmet is a killer example of a stunning KIA DAK helmet that would be really hard to upgrade, especially with the name and unit marking!

  • K98 bayonet marked CLC 43


    Hard to upgrade non-matching(!) bayonet marked 43 clc indicating production by Richard Abr. Herder, Solingen. The bayonet is non-matching to its scabbard with the serial c 9009 and has nice clean wooden grips. The bayonet is in very good uncleaned and non-matching(!) condition.

  • Pair of webbing equipment straps


    A nice pair of original webbing equipment straps. Nice set to finish a equipment setup!

  • 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 75% and can easily be graded near mint. The binoculars are marked CAG indicating production by Swarovski. Extremely 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.

  • Tropical Heer belt buckle Gustav Brehmer 1940


    A very nice example of a tropical Heer belt buckle by Gustav Brehmer as intended for wear with members of the Afrikakorps. Marked and dated under the prongs GB 40 surely the earliest tropical belt buckle I have seen!

  • Sumpftarn reversible trouser suspenders


    Hard to find original suspenders for late war Sumpftarn reversible parka trousers.

  • German period national flag


    Nice original flag 80 x 120 cm. One small damage. Stitched on both sides.

  • Wehrmacht foldable radio operators stool


    Wehrmacht foldable radio operators stool or Funker Klappstuhl. These foldable stools where used by with map tables and radio operators. This small stool is great for a mannequin display and works perfectly fine. The canvas is strong and can support a grown man. The canvas is nicely marked with a 3 digit code and a square Waffenamt in red. Scarce!

  • Tropical A-frame marked Franz Brehme, Walsrode 1941


    A stunning early tropical A-frame marked Franz Brehme, Walsrode 1941 complete with its matching A-frame pouch marked Franz Brehme, Walsrode 1942. Hard to upgrade matching set in very good, mint/unissued condition.

  • Tropical Waffen-SS Sahariana tunic


    Nice original tropical Waffen-SS Sahariana tunic. The tunic is complete with all originally sewn and mounted glass, metal and celluloid buttons and without any damage or repairs. The left sleeve clearly shows the shape of a eagle that was was once factory sewn but removed. The tunic is nicely stamped Münchener Lodenfabrik Joh. Gg. Frey which was one of Germanys largest traditional clothing factories. A nice original Waffen-SS tunic in good imo only lightly worn condition!

  • Heer/Waffen-SS/ Polizei equipment belt J. De Valk Amsterdam


    A nice and minty Dutch made equipment belt made by J. De Valk Amsterdam. The belt is roughly a size 100 and would nicely fit most mannequins. Foreign made uniforms and equipment are highly sought after, especially Dutch made items!

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked Jos Corts 1937


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked Jos Corts 37 indicating production by Josua Corts Sohn, Remscheid. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 4636d and has nice clean wooden grips. Jos. Corts marked bayonets are one of the rarest K98 bayonets! The bayonet is in very good, uncleaned, unsharpened and matching (!) condition.

  • Bakelite Zeiler 4848 flashlight


    Hard to find Zeiler 4848 bakelite flashlight. Made out of bakelite these torches are easily damaged. Finding a undamaged one is hard! The flashlight is complete with the button strap manufactured out of Presstoff.

  • Stone mint CKL68 M38 paratrooper helmet


    Stunning M38 paratrooper helmet marked CKL68 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke, Thale. The helmet is a late war type no decal M38 helmet. The helmet retains its originally mounted late war liner and chinstrap. The helmet retains all of its 4 untouched tight slotted and vented aluminum liner bolts. The helmet retains 99% of its original factory Feldgrau textured paint. The helmet is a size 68 shell with a size 58 liner. The liner is marked R.B.Nr. 0/0251/0111. The chinstrap is a plain sewn late war variant with a friction buckle. Simply the best late M38 paratrooper helmet I have ever had!

  • Mint condition Heer M43 field tunic


    Superb original M43 field blouse for a Heer infantry EM. The tunic is mint, and retains all of its originally factory sewn insignia. The base material is a coarse Italian wool and lined with grey rayon. The size is a nice medium fitting most modern mannequins. The breast eagle is factory sewn, not through the lining. The Litzen are also factory sewn, no traces of previously sewn examples. The tunic comes with a nice matching pair of original infantry shoulderstraps. The tunic has not been shortened or tailored in any way. The tunic has multiple size markings; the usual sizes but also a additional stamp indicating the wearers height. The original factory chalk markings for the material cutter are still visible. Also the red chalk markings for the buttons and holes are still visible. More then likely this tunic was never ever worn! This is a superb and mint M43 field blouse, a typical garment as issued and worn by members of the Heer in the Wehrmacht. Every detail is textbook and finding a better example would be impossible!

  • Mint Polizei belt buckle G. Brehmer 1938


    A stunning pre war aluminum Polizei belt buckle in mint condition. The buckle is covered in a light silver frosting which still retains up to 99%. The buckle is marked with Brehmers logo and the tab G. Brehmer Markneukirchen 1938. Top buckle!

  • Early Wehrmacht/Waffen-SS winter hood


    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!

  • Luftwaffe tropical pith helmet


    Rare original Luftwaffe tropical pith helmet in very good condition. The helmet is complete with both its originally attached insignia and chinstrap. The helmet is a nice big size 60 and marked CNY 42 indicating production by C. Pose, Wehrausrüstungen, Berlin. 

  • K98 rifle sling marked DKK 44


    A nice and supple K98 sling marked DKK 44 indicating production by Friedrich Offermann u. Söhne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg. The sling is in good condition and would be a nice addition to a K98, G43 or MP44!

  • Unit marked pioneer belt equipment hanger


    Rare pre war pioneer equipment belt hanger marked C. Riese Berlin 1937 and 1./A.R. 12 II. These are essential for displaying large pioneer equipment items such as shovel or pickaxe carriers. Hard to upgrade!

  • Late war helmet chinstrap


    Typical late war helmet chinstrap in good unissued condition. Unmarked late war original example.

  • Matching K98 bayonet marked 44 asw


    Hard to upgrade matching bayonet marked 44 asw indicating production by E. & F. Horster & Co. Solingen. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 9751 g and has nice clean wooden grips. The bayonet is in very good uncleaned and matching (!) condition.

  • ET62 Luftwaffe single decal M42 helmet


    Luftwaffe single decal M42 Stahlhelm marked ET62 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke-Thale. The helmet retains most of its original paint and decal up to 90%. The helmet retains its original size 55 liner.

  • Heer crusher field cap or Knautschmütze by Erel Sonderklasse


    Rare early Erel Sonderklasse crusher cap or Knautschmütze. The cap is a nice size 57 and in good used condition. The cap is made by Erel which is one of the most well known cap producers. The cap was on display in La Gleizes December 1944 Museum for over 20 years. The sweatband in the cap was replaced at some point because it is heavily worn. Inside the caps liner one can see a large amount of stains showing the character of the cap which was obviously heavily worn throughout the war. The insignia to the front of the cap are nicely handsewn. The cap has been discussed on the Wehrmacht-Awards forum. A rare infantry crusher cap that would make a great addition to any combat officers display!

  • Tabbed aluminum Heer belt buckle G. Brehmer 1938


    Nice aluminum Heer belt buckle marked G. Brehmer Markneukirchen 1938 in good worn condition.

  • Green ZF41 scope can


    A very scarce original ZF41 sniper scope case marked jvb. Still retaining up to 80% of its original factory green paint. In a sea of fakes, here is a real one in obvious, combat used condition!

  • Smooth black leather mapcase marked R.Z.f.H. 7 1942


    A nice original mapcase marked R.Z.f.H. 7 1942 indicating production by Reichs Zentrale für Handwerkslieferungen. The mapcase is manufactured from smooth black leather and comes with a set of supposedly found with this mapcase pencils. Inside the closing flap the name R. Cometti can be seen.

  • Minty pair of winter felt boots


    A great lightbrown pair of late war felt boots. Typical eastern front footwear worn and issued with the reversible, non reversible and charkov parkas. The pair is a nice large 29 which translates to a modern EU 44. The pair is nicely marked RB-Nr. 0/1287/0009. Hard to find a great pair in this condition and size!

  • Early Gasplane with Rubberized pouch


    Nice original gascape with early rubberized pouch.

  • 37 pattern entrenchment tool


    Nice original British ’37 pattern entrenchment tool dated 1943 in mint condition.

  • Mint condition reversible Splittertarn parka


    Minty original reversible Splittertarn parka marked 0/0584/0006. The nice thing is that the wind flap on the front is made from Sumpftarnmuster and that it is in mint condition. The garment retains most if not all of its originally sewn buttons. Most of these reversible parkas are in strong used, abused or modified condition and not in a factory new condition like this one!

  • Late war helmet chinstrap marked 0/0750/0100


    A nice original chinstrap in unissued condition. Marked 0/0750/0100. The chinstrap is playable and easily installed on a helmet! Hard to find original chinstrap for a mid to late war helmet!

  • Ammunition pouch set for a G43


    A nice set exactly as would be issued to a G43 rifleman. One magazine pouch for two G43 magazines and one pouch for additional stripper clips for reloading. As the war progressed and materials became scarce it meant that the G43 was issued with only two magazines and one pouch from the start. Both pouches are nicely maker marked and are in the same unissued condition!

  • 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 50% of the original factory paint still present. The drum is nicely dated 1940.

  • Pioneer side pouches and rucksack by Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt


    Hard to find complete pioneer pouches, complete with rucksack in mint condition. The set is made Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt utilizing 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. Hard to find late war complete Pionier set that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Matching pair of K98 pouches marked RBNr. 0/0575/0122


    A nice pair in unissued condition marked RBNr. 0/0575/0122. The pouches are in good condition with all dividers intact.

  • Lightly worn Heer M44 trousers


    Textbook M44 trousers in very good lightly worn condition. The trousers retain most or all of its originally sewn buttons. The wool is in very good condition without any significant damages or repairs. Hard to find a textbook M44 Langhosen !

  • 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!

  • Rare Heer twill wool M43 EM tunic

    Sale! 1,350.00 1,000.00

    A late war twill wool M43 Heer field blouse in good used condition. This is a rare variant M43 tunic made of a rough twill wool. The tunic is a nice large size and in good used condition. The tunic comes with machine sewn Litzen and a handsewn breast eagle. The tunic hasn’t been shortened or repaired and is marked F44. Rare late war combat tunic in great condition!

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