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  • Waffen-SS Deathcard to Franz Obermeier KIA 18.8.44 Warschau

    85.00

    Original Waffen-SS Deathcard to Franz Obermeier killed in action 18.8.44 during the hard fightings in Warschau.

  • Waffen-SS Deathcard to Hauptscharführer Christian Weiss KIA 30.3.45

    35.00

    Original deathcard to Hauptscharführer Christian Weiss, KIA 30.3.1945. He died in Ybbs, Austria.

  • Luftwaffe portrait with EK1 and Flugzeugführer

    30.00

    Nice postcard sized portrait of a Luftwaffe Unteroffizier with EK1 and Flugzeugführer.

  • Luftwaffe portrait with EK1 and radio operator/ air gunner badge

    30.00

    Nice original postcard sized portrait with the Eisernes Kreuz I Klasse and radio operator/ air gunner badge.

  • Heer portrait picture with full tropical uniform

    30.00

    Heer postcard sized portrait picture of a soldier in full tropical uniform with the infamous early tropical cap.

  • Stunning Luftwaffe Battle of Britain Kriegsberichter album with Galland and Molders

    3,250.00

    Stunning photo album made by a unknown Kriegsberichter with 55 17,6 x 11,6cm large photographs depicting the Battle of Britain and the summer of 1940 in France. A number of photographs where shot around the German airbase in D’Audembert, south of Calais which was famous for housing Werner Molders and Adolf Galland. The album shows a number of Kriegsberichter and a grave of Kriegsberichter Man, KIA at Calais 2.9.1940. The album contains 55 original large format photographs. Some are known, but most are unpublished. Judging by the quality and size I believe these shots where all made by a professional Kriegsberichter and that this album was his personal example. The album is a stunning example with a lot of highly decorated Fighter Luftwaffe Aces such as Werner Molders and Adolf Galland. Personalities as Adolf Hitler, photos of aircraft, airbases, burning and crashing aircraft, the white cliffs of dover and many other interesting photos. This is for súre the best album I’ve ever had the chance to offer.

  • Bronze bust of Adolf Hitler by H.M. Ley

    2,750.00

    Excellent and large bronze bust of Adolf Hitler marked H.M. Ley indicating design by Hedwig Maria Ley. The bust comes with base plate but without the marble base itself which is often missing. The bust is in good, as found condition and originally stood in a undisclosed Belgian mayors office. The bust is a 28 cm tall life sized example which is rare as most are small variants. The artist Ley is one of the most sought after designs and is hard to obtain. Excellent bust depicting a infamous Austrian painter!

  • Unissued Gebirgsjäger anorak

    950.00

    A very nice and unissued  late war Gebirgsjäger anorak Jacket (Windbluse) marked Vienna size III . These reversible camouflage garments are waterproofed and meant for the Ski- und Gebirgsjäger. The garment is in a very nice and large size fitting all modern mannequins.

  • Unissued Gebirgsjäger anorak trousers

    800.00

    A very nice and unissued late war Gebirgsjäger anorak trousers (Windhose) marked RBNR size III. These reversible camouflage garments are waterproofed and meant for the Ski- und Gebirgsjäger. The garment is in a very nice and large size fitting all modern mannequins.

  • Unissued Gebirgsjäger anorak

    900.00

    A very nice and unissued  late war Gebirgsjäger anorak Jacket (Windbluse) marked 1942 Carl Becker Koblenz Grösse II. These reversible camouflage garments are waterproofed and meant for the Ski- und Gebirgsjäger. The garment is in a very nice and large size fitting all modern mannequins.

  • Rare Waffen-SS oak leaf parka for Schijägerbattalion Norwegen

    3,750.00

    Rare original Waffen-SS winter parka in the late Charkov pattern. The garment is in mint condition with beautiful colours. The parka is a rare example that was made for the Schijägerbattalion Norwegen. This parka, patterned of the Waffen-SS Charkov parka has a detachable hood and was fully lined in fur. This example however had its fur removed and a wool blanket installed instead. This is a modification I have seen numerous times like this example. The garment is one of the rarest Waffen-SS camouflage garments with around 10 surviving examples worldwide.

    More information on these garments to be found here;
    Wehrmacht Awards topic 1, Wehrmacht Awards topic 2

  • Rare first pattern Waffen-SS grey/white reversible winter parka

    1,850.00

    Rare original first pattern Waffen-SS reversible winter parka marked Klepper-Werke 1943, Grosse I. This is the first reversible winter parka as made and issued to the Waffen-SS. The parka is in good, lightly worn condition with a few small damages. The garment retains all buttons as far as I can see and retains its original white glass buttons on the white side.

  • Waffen-SS camouflage parka in Telo camouflage material

    850.00

    A nice original Waffen-SS fur lined parka in Italian Telo Mimetico camouflage material. The parka is in good worn condition and has a repair to the sleeve and loads of character. The fur is in good condition. A nice original late war Waffen-SS parka in good worn condition!

  • Heer Oberstleutnant Infanterie Regiment 19 with Wiederholungsspange

    1,675.00

    Beautiful, untouched Heer field blouse for a Oberstleutnant in Infanterie Regiment 19 with Wiederholungsspange. The garment is in good, worn condition with period sewn insignia. The left breast pocket retains multiple period sewn award loops with award ghosting remaining. Infanterie regiment 19 played a vital role in the 1939 campaign pushing into Poland. The 10th of may 1940 it was the first unit to breach to Juliana Kanaal fortifications in the Netherlands and pushed onwards to the Scheldt. After the 1940 campaign it was sent to the eastern front and saw actions right until the end of the war. A stunning tunic in very good condition!

  • Pre war early pattern Fliegerbluse in a large size

    1,275.00

    Excellent pre war Fliegerbluse dated 1939 made by Georg Boeck & Co Berlin. A early model with adjustable back but one of the first ones with lower pockets. This is a transitional model between the pre war and wartime Fliegerbluse which shows no signs of factory sewn breast eagle which is typical for these early examples. The breast eagle affixed to the breast is in my opinion a period hand sewn example, typical wartime upgrade done by soldiers. The collar tabs are hand sewn with the prongs of the gulls piercing the collar as it should. The garment is in mint, unissued condition in a nice large size that will fit most if not all mannequins.

  • Privately tailored Heer Spiess tunic from Dutch fabric

    850.00

    Very nice original privately tailored field blouse for a Spiess Hauptfeldwebel der Pioniertruppen. The garment is a beautiful period tailor made example fully made from Dutch army shelter quarter material. These shelter quarters are rare as is, and this is the first and only one I’ve seen made into a lightweight Heer tunic. The garment is in good, lightly worn condition with loads of character. Beautiful garment!

  • M42 Heer field blouse for a Oberfeldwebel der Jäger

    1,475.00

    Excellent, field worn tunic for a Oberfeldwebel der Jägertruppen. The garment is in good, worn condition with loads of character. The breast eagle is period zig zag sewn through the lining. The collar is a period modification which were popular amongst NCO’s. The shoulderstraps are period privately purchase examples. The breast pocket retains its Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz that was period affixed. A nice garment with loads of character!

  • M36 field blouse for Hauptmann in Pionierabteilung 6

    1,575.00

    Beautiful wartime converted EM field blouse for a Hauptmann in Pionierabteilung 6. The garment is in good, field worn condition with loads of character. The garment retains its wartime sewn insignia and would be hard to upgrade. Pionierabteilung 6 was part of the 6. Panzerdivision which fought heavily at Kursk, Rschew, Dnjepr and was destroyed at Bobruisk in June 1944.  Nice original garment in a good large size!

  • Heer M36 field blouse for Nachrichtenabteilung 29

    1,575.00

    Nice original Heer M36 field blouse for a enlisted man in Nachrichtenabteilung 29. A nice original field blouse in good worn condition. The garment has machine sewn Kragenlitzen and tightly handsewn breast eagle. The garment has a nice pair of early pointed shoulderstraps for Nachrichtenabteilung 29 which was a part of the 29. Panzerdivision which fought heavily in Stalingrad.

  • Tropical Kradmantel marked Thiele & Co München

    550.00

    Rare original Tropical motorcyclists coat or Kradmantel marked Lago-München. The garment is in very good, light worn condition and would be hard to upgrade.

  • Mint Gaberdine mantel for Fahnenjunker Wrede

    625.00

    Mint, unissued late war overcoat in Gaberdine with insignia for a Leutnant der infanterie, named inside to Fahnenjunker – Unteroffizier Wrede. The overcoat is made by the tailor Max Oswald, Dresden. 

  • Tropical Kradmantel marked Thiele & Co München

    575.00

    Rare original Tropical motorcyclists coat or Kradmantel marked Thiele & Co München. The garment is in very good, near mint condition and would be hard to upgrade.

  • Reichsarbeitsdienst (RAD) uniform for a Obervormann

    1,475.00

    Excellent RAD uniform for the Reichsarbeitsdienst for a Obervormann in Gruppenleistung 46 Abteilung 2. The uniform retains its complete insignia and is dated 1939. Most of the nap in the wool remains and it retains all buttons. The trousers have some minor nothing and also retains all buttons. The size of the jacket and trousers are medium to large which should fit modern mannequins easily.

  • Heer tropical straight trousers

    475.00

    Unissued straight Heer tropical trousers in a small to medium size. Textbook examples in my opinion unworn condition.

  • Winter camouflage parka by Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt

    475.00

    Rare original white winter camouflage smock marked Wirtschaftsamt Litzmannstadt. The smock is in unissued condition and in a good medium to large size. Rare to find original winter garment!

  • First pattern tropical Heer pith helmet

    400.00

    Excellent and rare first pattern tropical Heer pith helmet. The pith helmet is in good used condition and is complete with both metal decals and the original leather chinstrap. The pith helmet is dated 1942 inside the liner and is a perfect example for the tropical front collector!

  • Erel Luftwaffe summer visor cap

    1,750.00

    Excellent Luftwaffe white summer visor cap for officers by Erel. The cap is a nice size 57 and retains its original embroided insiginia and removable white top. Hard to find cap in good condition!

  • Second pattern tropical Heer pith helmet

    400.00

    Textbook second pattern tropical Heer pith helmet. The pith helmet is in good used condition and is complete with both metal decals and the original leather chinstrap. The pith helmet comes in a nice size 54 and is a perfect example for the tropical front collector!

  • Steingrau Heer EM/NCO breeches

    475.00

    Pre war stone grey breeches in very good, lightly worn condition. Nice issue breeches which are nicely labelled on the inside!

  • Pre war Luftwaffe trousers of the Wachbatallion der Luftwaffe Berlin 

    1,250.00

    Rare pre war Luftwaffe trousers in very good condition marked Wachtbatl. d. Luftwaffe Bln. indicating Wachbatallion der Luftwaffe Berlin which were tasked with guarding the Reichsluftfahrtministerium in Berlin. The trousers are in good, lightly worn condition. Missing one button on the right hip, otherwise in very good condition!

  • Late war Heer EM/NCO breeches

    550.00

    Beautiful late war Heer EM/NCO issue breeches in mint condition.

  • Battledress with period sewn 7th Armoured Division Royal Signals insignia

    750.00

    Canadian battledress, as worn by a British soldier serving in the Corps of Royal Signals in the 7th Armoured Division. The jacket is in good, worn condition with wartime sewn insignia. The insignia consist of the flashes of the Corps of Royal Signals and the insignia for the 7th Armoured Division. Army Council Instruction 1207 dated 9.9.44 changed the wording from Royal Corps of Signals to Royal Signals which indicates the sewing of the insignia in September 1944 earliest.
    Most probably this garment was worn by a radio operator or despatch rider.  The Canadian Battledresses were often worn by British troops as its quality wool was preferred over the British wool. The Battledress is a nice size 10 and would be hard to upgrade. Unlike many Battledresses on the market; this one shows character and actual field wear which would be very hard to upgrade!

  • British P40 pattern battledress trousers

    300.00

    Nice original P40 battledress trousers marked broad arrow with the Z indicating production in 1945. The trousers are a nice long size fitting most modern mannequins. There is a repair inside the trouser leg.

  • British P40 pattern battledress

    200.00

    Original P40 pattern battledress in good worn condition. Typical wartime converted collar with added lining material. The garment has a few moth nips here and there and is nicely dated 1943 in size 9.

  • Excellent Luftschutz Gladiator helmet

    255.00

    A nice original Luftschutz gladiator type helmet in very good condition. The helmet retains its original factory applied liner and chinstrap. The original paint and decal still retains up to 90%!

  • Excellent Luftschutz Gladiator helmet

    255.00

    A nice original Luftschutz gladiator type helmet in very good condition. The helmet retains its original factory applied liner and chinstrap. The original paint and decal still retains up to 90%!

  • Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet

    255.00

    Excellent original Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet with original liner and sadly the chinstrap has been torn off. The helmet is a typical wartime used example with factory paint.

  • Unissued pair of late war Gebirgsjäger boots

    750.00

    A killer pair of late war Gebirgsjäger lowboots in unissued condition. The pair is matching and complete with its original laces, original hobnails and cleats to the soles. This is a typical late war construction with as an interesting features the black white pulling straps, which are normally only encountered on early contraction low boots! These boots were especially designed for mountain troops but later in the war these were sometimes issued to Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS units as well, simply perfect for a late war combat mannequin of any kind! For sure one of the best pairs I have ever offered!

  • Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet

    275.00

    Excellent original Belgian M1931 Adrian helmet with original liner and chinstrap. The helmet is a typical wartime used example with factory paint.

  • Tan coloured MGZ40 optical scope in original case

    2,550.00

    Excellent cased tan MGZ40 with original tan case. The case and scope itself are both marked dpw. The can is in very good condition with up to 90% of its factory paint, spring closure, pull tab and backstraps fully intact.  The scope is in good fully adjustable condition with both levels intact. The rubber eyecup is original to the piece. Very hard to find a nice and cased set!

  • First pattern gravity knife lanyard

    350.00

    Excellent first pattern Luftwaffe gravity knife lanyard with 2 clips as is supposed to be for the first pattern. The lanyard is still originally tied together and has never been untied, rare in this untouched condition! This is for sure the best lanyard I can ever offer!

  • Pre war green rubber Stirnlampe or headlight in storage pouch by ROKA 1939

    400.00

    Excellent rubber pattern Stirnlampe or headlight in its original pouch in very good, used condition. The rubber pattern is the most frequently encountered pattern but this example is executed in green(!) coloured rubber which seems to be quite rare! The head band which is still flexible and the cable are both in good and most likely working condition. The normally bakelite battery case is missing and has most likely been periodically changed for a smaller battery case which is still on it now! The rubber part on the Stirnlampe or headlamp is nicely marked ROKA 1939 which indicates production by Robert Karst, Berlin in 1939. The headlamp or Stirnlampe comes in its original storage pouch which is virtually always missing and not available as a spare! The pouch itself is in great condition and nicely marked PW 40 and WaA 584 which indicates most likely a subcontractor who produced these storage pouches for ROKA. These headlight are hard to find, let alone executed in green rubber with the original storage pouch!

  • Straight E-tool dated 1945

    150.00

    Textbook original straight E-tool in good condition marked 1945(!).

  • Pre war pioneer Klauenbeil made by J. Wiebelhaus & Co., Meschede 1938

    200.00

    Excellent pre war Heer Pionier Klauenbeil or hatchet in great undamaged condition. On one side of the blade of the hatchet the manufacturer marking is readable and reads: “J. Wiebelhaus & Co., G.M.B.H., Meschede“. The other side of the blade is marked H 1938 which indicates this piece was produced and issued to the Heer (army) in 1938. Everything is original including the wooden handle which is the early longer variant. Excellent piece!

  • Straight E-tool R. Dahlmann 1943

    150.00

    Textbook original straight E-tool in good condition maker marked R. Dahlmann 1943.

  • M31 Messkit marked KCL 41

    135.00

    Excellent 1941 dated aluminium M31 messkit or “Kochgeschirre M 31 (Alum.)” with up to 90% of the factory paint. This example has some initials and names scratched in the surface which been tried to erase at a later point. The M31 messkit is nicely marked on both parts with KCL 41 which indicates production by Klinter & Co., Lüdenscheid in 1941. KCL is a hard to encounter maker and this is a nice example for the specialized collector! Excellent piece!

  • Rare M31 Messkit marked OHW 44 with whitewash camouflage(!)

    200.00

    Extremely rare and almost impossible to find piece of standard equipment with winter camouflage (Whitewash). This late war produced aluminium M31 messkit or “Kochgeschirre M 31 (Alum.)” retains up to 85% of its green olive coloured factory finish paint. The paint is covered with traces of winter camouflage in the form of Whitewash, Whitewashed equipment is very hard to find! The messkit is nicely marked OHW 44 which indicates production by Otto Honsel, Werdohl in 1944. The lid of the messkit has the owners initials HZ scratched into the surface of the paint. Excellent untouched whitewashed winter camouflaged messkit in great condition which would be impossible to upgrade!

     

  • M31 Messkit marked S.S.L. 40

    150.00

    A perfect matching example of a aluminium M31 messkit or “Kochgeschirre M 31 (Alum.)” which is nicely marked S.S.L. 40 which indicates production by Sieper & Sohne, Lüdenscheid in 1940.. The messkit still retains up not 90% of its factory paint and is nicely named on the bottom part. These early mess kits are very hard to find in this light used condition!

  • Wehrmacht issued cable spool with original wire

    225.00

    Excellent and original late war Wehrmacht issued hand held cable spool designed for the FF33 field telephone wire. The spool is complete with its original field telephone connection wire. The cable spool is nicely marked and dated 1943. Excellent example which is rare to find in this condition and complete with the original wire!

  • Late war Heer belt buckle with whitewash camouflage(!)

    200.00

    Extremely rare and almost impossible to find piece of standard equipment with winter camouflage (Whitewash). This late war produced steel Heer belt buckle retains up to 75% of its green coloured factory finish. The paint is covered with traces of winter camouflage in the form of Whitewash, Whitewashed equipment is very hard to find! Excellent untouched whitewashed winter camouflaged messkit in great condition which would be impossible to upgrade!

  • FF33 field phone connector cable

    100.00

    Rare original FF33 field phone connector cable in good condition. Originally all field phones where issued with these and they are virtually always missing!

  • Zinc intjection molded Hitlerjugend buckle marked RZM M5/276

    175.00

    Excellent silver painted injection molded zinc Hitlerjugend buckle in good used condition. The zinc made buckle is nicely marked RZM M5/276 which indicates production by Klein & Quenzer A.G, Idar/Oberstein. Rare to encounter a zinc made buckle with silver painted finish! Excellent buckle which would look perfect on a HJ display!

  • Steel Waffen-SS EM/NCO belt buckle by Overhoff & Cie

    700.00

    A very nice late war Waffen-SS belt buckle made by Overhoff & Cie, Lüdenscheid. These buckles where made later in the war and came unmarked. A textbook buckle in great condition still retaining up to 95% of it’s original finish!

  • Zinc injection molded Hitlerjugend buckle marked RZM M4/45 with RZM label

    180.00

    Unissued condition belt buckle marked M4/45 indicating production by Cramer & Dombach, Lüdenscheid. Rare injection moulded zinc example with its original paper factory tag. Traces of a small period label of what seems to be a small shop or magazine specialized in the storage of equipment! Impossible to upgrade!

  • Italian Telo Mimetico shelter quarter

    150.00

    Very nice original Italian Telo Mimetico camouflage square shelter quarter in good used condition.

  • Early Heer M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn

    175.00

    Excellent early/pre war textbook example of an M31 Heer Zeltbahn in Splittertarn camouflage. All the original aluminium factory sewn buttons are still present. The Zeltbahn retains nice strong and vivid colours. Nice early most likely around 1940 produced example with strong and vivid colours in great, light used condition!

  • Late war Waffen-SS oak leaf camouflage zeltbahn

    800.00

    Excellent late war produced oak leaf camouflaged Zeltbahn such as issued to Waffen-SS troops. The Zeltbahn is a typical late war construction and is complete with most if not all of its factory sewn buttons and ropes. The colours are still vivid and sharp! The Zeltbahn has a L formed stitched repair and one grommet has been hand repaired by a brass spare. Nice Waffen-SS oak leaf Zeltbahn in good used condition!

  • Early war steel Deckungswinkelmesser marked dhq H/6400

    275.00

    Early war steel produced Deckungswinkelmesser or Indirect fire calculator in good used condition. The Deckungswinkelmesser is nicely marked dhq which is a later simplified code which indicates production by J.D. Möller G.m.b.H., Wedel. This small device was designed to calculate distances and hight differences in terrain. This example has probably been made around 1940, when they changed from brass to steel for the main construction but the “instruction board” still had been produced out of brass! This tool was one of the few real army (Wehrmacht) issued pieces, and is hard to find in good working condition!

  • Period trousers suspenders marked D.R.P.

    75.00

    Hard to find period wartime braces or trousers suspenders in very good condition. These were issued to all the troops or were privately purchased by the soldiers. Virtually all troops wore these type of suspenders and these are a must to complete a mannequin! Excellent example!

  • Zielschablone mit Planzeiger (Z.m.P.) marked bvu

    100.00

    Excellent late war produced pouch for the Z.m.P (Zielschablone mit Planzeiger) or target template with plan pointer. Sadly only one of the grids is present, this one grid is beautifully marked bvu 1943. the closing flap has torn off around the press studs and the press studs are no longer functional! Nice red/brown coloured press studs. The pouch has been made out of Ersatz-material and is nicely marked bvu which indicates production by Franz Kuhlmann. Nice example for display purpose or to fill a map case!

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