Waffen SS

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  • Document and picture grouping to ᛋᛋ-Unterscharführer Heinrich Laspe div. Wiking/Westland/G.v.B

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    Stunning paper document and picture grouping to ᛋᛋ-Unterscharführer Heinrich Laspe who served in various SS units such as Wiking, Westland and Götz von Berlichingen. Drafted in 1940 but transferred to the Waffen-SS early in 1941. Heinrich Laspe fought in the begin and during the Russian campaign as a member of Wiking 4./ᛋᛋ A.A. 5 s.Gr.W.Zug or 4. Kompanie ᛋᛋ Aufklärungs Abteilung 5. Laspe took the time to write down most of 1941 and 1942 in great detail. In addition to these written testimonials there are over 180 pictures illustrating his time in the Waffen-SS. Laspe is seen in many of the pictures of which a lot show awards, guns, buildings, camouflage uniforms and other interesting things. The picture set alone would be a great base to a book or further research! The grouping additionally comes with a portrait made in Paris in 1944 and a manual for the Gr.W. 34. The grouping has two award documents to Laspe, one Verwundetenabzeichen and one for the Nahkampfspange who he both earned during the battles in Normandy with Götz von Berlichingen. Also it comes with a period made birthday card that reads; Die Besten glückwünsche zum Geburtstag gefeiert an Der Invasionsfront. A great grouping with loads of interesting pictures from the front lines, a exceptionally stunning set!!

  • Westinghouse M1 helmet liner named Peckmann


    Nice original wartime M1 helmet liner by Westinghouse named R-1 Peckmann. The liner is in very good, lightly worn condition. There is one crack in the liner which is common on these fiber based liners. Nice example!

  • Westinghouse M1 helmet liner named Snyder


    Nice original wartime M1 helmet liner by Westinghouse named Snyder. The liner is in very good, lightly worn condition. Nice example!

  • Large medical Sanitäter or Artzt case


    Large medical Sanitäter case or Arzttasche in heavily used condition. Nicely marked erg 6/41 and complete with the back support straps. Nice for a diorama setup!

  • Matching K98 bayonet E. PACK&S 1939


    Matching k98 bayonet marked E. PACK&S 1939 indicating production by E.Pack & Sohn. The bayonet is matching to its scabbard with the serial 3122 b and has nice clean bakelite grips. The bayonet is in used and matching (!) condition.

  • Complete M31 helmet liner size 64/57 dated 1943


    Nice original M31 helmet liner complete with its originally attached strap and a set of three used split pins. Hard to find original liner in good, used condition.

  • NS66 single decal Luftwaffe M42 helmet


    A simple, untouched single decal M42 helmet in excellent condition. Marked NS66 indicating production by Vereinigte Deutsche Nikelwerke, Schwerte. Inside a minty liner complete with its original domestamp. I’ll let the pictures do the talking. A stunning original helmet with a size 58 liner.

  • Handscreened Waffen-SS plane tree 1/2 zeltbahn


    A very nice Waffen-SS Zeltbahn with nice bright colours. The handscreened Plane Tree 1/2 is a nice and rare camouflage type. The Zeltbahn is in very good condition with strong and vibrant colours.  The Zeltbahn retains all of its buttons but some of them and two grommets are in my opinion replacements. Other then that it’s a very nice display piece and would very nicely decorate a mannequin!

  • Late war M42 bayonet frog


    Scarce late war M42 bayonet frog. Originally designed to go with the folding E-tool, this bayonet frog was later in the war introduced to spare more raw materials on bayonet frogs. The frog is nicely marked R.B.Nr. The leather on the frog is supple. Hard to find late war frog!

  • Stunning pre war M38 gasmask named OberFeldartzt Dr. Düssler


    Stunning pre war M38 gasmask with all straps, reinforcements, mask, filter and bits you’d expect to find. The canister still retains up to 95% of its original green factory paint. The straps retain their original leather reinforcements. Nicely named to OberFeldartzt Dr. Düssler. Hard to find in this condition!

  • Mint condition mapcase marked Otto Breitschuh Eisleben 1941


    A nice minty mapcase marked Otto Breitschuh Eisleben 1941. Hard to upgrade!

  • M42 canteen marked MN 1944


    Nice late war M42 canteen with a typical late war Gaberdine cover. The canteen itself is a welded steel M42 construction with red enamel paint. The canteen itself is marked MN 1944 indicating production by Metallindustrie GmbH. Neunkirchen-Saar (MENESA). Nice unissued late war canteen.

  • Sumpftarn non reversible parka with trousers and suspenders


    Stunning condition non reversible hard edged ’43 Sumpftarnmuster pattern camouflage parka complete with trousers and suspenders. Complete with their original rayon based camouflage braces original to the parka. The jacket and the trousers are in very good condition with strong colours and material. The jacket has a few small damages but is otherwise in mint/unissued condition! Hard to find complete set!

  • US M1C paratrooper liner Inland


    Nice near mint US M1C paratrooper liner by Inland. Sadly the A-yokes have been cut, like most of them. However still a nice original paratrooper liner in very good condition.

  • Gebirgsjäger snow goggles in original box


    A nice set of boxed snow goggles in mint unissued condition. These goggles where used by Gebirgsjäger in snowstorms.

  • German helmet chinstrap marked 0/0760/0100


    In good used condition, hard to find spare!  Nicely maker marked 0/0760/0100

  • Exceptional mixed material late war rucksack


    Stone mint condition, simply the best late war M44 Rucksack I’ve ever had to offer. The rucksack is made up of a unique mix of materials that is typical for this type but hard to find in this exceptional condition.

  • NS64 M42 three-tone Normandy KIA camouflage helmet


    Stunning NS64 M42 three-tone Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet is in good used condition and nicely marked NS64 with lot number D219 indicating production by Nickelwerke Schwerte. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original three-tone Normandy camouflage paint. The colours are strong and vibrant.  The leather liner is original to the helmet and shows indicatory traces of blood staining indicating this a most probably a KIA helmet. The helmet is a stunning and textbook example of a three-tone Normandy camouflage helmet in great condition!

  • Rare Splittertarn Zeltbahn with rotating button holes


    Rare late war M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn with rotating button holes. This Zeltbahn was produced in a small experimental batch between May and July 1944. The Zeltbahn is in very good condition with most if not all of its originally sewn buttons and no damages. The Zeltbahn has a few small stains but is otherwise in mint/unissued condition. One of the rarest Zeltbahns to find!

  • Second pattern folding E-tool with carrier


    Nice second pattern folding E-tool with E-tool marked gyr 1942. Nice set in used condition that would be great for a combat mannequin!

  • Complete box with 120 unissued tunic buttons


    Rare to find complete and unopened box of 120 mint unissued blue tunic buttons.

  • Size 66/58 helmet liner in light used condition


    Hard to find spare for a mid war helmet in good used condition. Fitting for size 66 helmet shells.

  • Late war Y-straps with angled D-rings marked RBNr. 0/0850/0084


    Nice late war Y-straps marked RBNr. 0/0850/0084. The straps have angled D-rings which is a nice uncommon feature.

  • 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.

  • Der Dienstunterricht im Heere Ausgabe für den Schützen der Schützenkompanie


    A nice original Reibert manual. These manuals where private issue in the 1940’s and a very popular item. These manuals are very thorough and they talk over every single aspect the German soldier was taught in. The book contains German history, Drills, Mannerisms, squad formations, weapons handling, shooting and maintenance, airplane recognition, horse riding, ranks, how to behave/write/talk, heavy weapons and so on and so on.

    They where brought out in different versions, this one being the variant for the “Schützen der Schützenkompanie” or simply riflemen. The manual counts 332 pages and is in readable condition.

  • Early pattern MP38 and MP40 ammunition pouch


    Nice early pattern MP38 and MP40 ammunition pouch with the D-ring in the far corner. Nice to combine with a holster. A nice original MP38 ammunition pouch, unmistakingly combat worn!

  • Early tropical Heer pith helmet


    Early pattern with the early green colour. Good size 57 and nicely maker marked. Hard to find!

  • First pattern hidden stitch Y-straps


    Hard to find early pattern hidden stitch Y-straps in nice used condition. The Y-strap is nice and supple and would be a nice addition to any early mannequin!

  • M31 Splittertarn Zeltbahn named Leginski


    A very nice M31 Zeltbahn in Splittertarn camouflage. Hard to upgrade with strong colours, all ropes and most if not all originally sewn buttons. Nicely named Leginski Zeltbahn in very good, uncleaned condition.

  • British Windproof camouflage trousers


    A nice original British windproof trouser in mint condition. The colours and material are vibrant and strong. Good mannequin size.

  • Heer breadbag unit marked 15. (E.). J.R. 69


    A very nice pre war breadbag marked E.G. Leuner Bautzen 1936, with a interesting unit marking 15. (E.). J.R. 69 indicating Infanterie-Regiment 69.

  • Minty late war breadbag RF.-Nr. 1/0047/0003


    Minty late war breadbag marked RF.-Nr. 1/0047/0003.

  • Late war m44 breadbag / equipment strap


    Late war M44 type breadbag / equipment strap.

  • MG34 tripod Dreibein 34


    Rare pre war Dreibein 34 manufactured in Electron metal. Complete with the mount for a MG34 or MG42 machine gun in its original tan finish. All three legs are fully movable and retractible. The mount and top pin are removable. These tripods are rare to find in any complete condition, this one would be perfect for a MG34 display or on the back of a Schwimmwagen!

  • Unique late war two-tone Presstoff straight E-tool carrier


    Unique late war straight E-tool carrier manufactured from rest material and most interesting; two colours of material. The carrier is in light used condition and it is named on the yellow part. This is the first and only Presstoff E-tool carrier in this model I’ve ever seen, surely one of the last ones produced from rest materials!

  • Heer/Luftwaffe hooded ’43 Sumpftarn sniper smock with veil


    Nice original ’43 Sumpftarn sniper smock with face veil. Late war smock designed for wear and use by Scharfschützen in the Wehrmacht. The smock is in light worn condition and has a number of small holes which are typical for a thin garment worn in densely wooded areas. The smock is a nice large size 2 fitting most if not all mannequins. The smock is complete with both of its drawstrings and sleeve ties. A very nice surely combat worn smock with strong and vibrant colours and complete with its original face veil!

  • First pattern hidden stitch Y-straps dated 1941


    Hard to find 1941 dated Y-straps in nice used condition. The Y-strap is nice and supple and would be a nice addition to any early mannequin!

  • Stunning Black Heer Panzer overseas cap


    Stunning original Panzer overseas cap dated 1940. Complete with its hand sewn original BeVo insignia with pink Waffenfarbe. The cap is in mint condition showing virtually no wear. The cap is marked inside Lago-Berlin 1941, size 57 and B.II.40. The cap retains multiple Russian depot markings indicating it was captured during the war. The cap is in mint condition and would be very hard to upgrade. Perfect to top on a mint Panzer wrap and exceptionally rare!

  • Mint M42 canteen marked SMM44


    A stunning M42 canteen marked SMM43 indicating production by Süddeutsche Metallwarenfabrik, Mussbach. The cup is a interesting variation without the small loop for the strap to go through. The cup is dated 1944 indicating production in early 1944. The canteen is unissued and would be very hard to upgrade.

  • ET62 M35 double decal Polizei helmet


    A very nice pre war double decal M40 Polizei helmet. The helmet is nicely marked ET62 indicating production by Eisenhüttenwerke Thale with the lot number S 4292. The helmet retains its original liner and (broken) chinstrap that are original to the helmet. Inside the dome is a pencil hand written name. The original early borderless Polizei decals still retain up to 99%. A very nice M35 Polizei helmet that would be a very nice addition to any helmet collection!

  • Untouched Field division camouflage gasmask canister


    Stunning untouched Luftwaffe field repaint gasmask canister complete with its originally attached straps and gascape. The gasmask and its case are nicely named and ID’ed to Franz Boeser with the Feldpost number 44960 indicating the following units; 44960
    (30.7.1941-28.2.1942) Nachschub-Leitstelle der Luftwaffe Triest,
    (8.9.1943-22.4.1944) 26.1.1944 Nachschub-Leitstelle der Luftwaffe

    His unit was most likely disbanded in 1944 and reformed into a Felddivision. Franz Boeser is not listed on the Volksbund archive indicating he most probably survived the war. The typical green camouflage paint externally covering the gasmask surely indicates this. The canister is a great example of a typical Luftwaffe issued gasmask, complete with its untouched accessories which is very hard to find these days!

  • Wehrmacht Sanitäter Arzt Besteck


    Exceptional grey rubber Ersatz case complete with Wehrmacht Sanitäter Artzt Besteck in mint and complete condition. Nicely marked and dated Bollman Tuttlingen 1940. Hard to find and complete spare belonging in any Sanitätstasche!

  • M38 Gasmask named Oberzahlmeister A Rothe


    A great example of a M38 Gasmask named Oberzahlmeister A Rothe. Complete with all straps and accessories as issued.

  • EF66 subtle ex netted camouflage Luftwaffe M40 helmet


    Stunning M40 subtle field division Ex-netted camouflage helmet. A great original Luftwaffe camouflage helmet camouflaged with green and brown tones externally. Looking between the liner one can see the remnants of a Tarnnetz that once addorned the exterior of the shell. A nice large sized helmet in very good condition! The helmet retains its original liner and toned Luftwaffe decal.

  • Swivel bale McCord M1 helmet marked 499C with Westinghouse liner


    A nice and honest US M1 helmet complete with its original liner. The helmet shell is nicely marked 499C (1943) and the shape of the shell indicates production by McCord Radiator and Manufacturing Company of Detroit. The seam on the helmet shell is on the front and the bales are of the Swivel Bale type. The helmet liner is marked with a W indicating production by Westinghouse. The helmet was recently found on a flea market in Germany and hasn’t been in a collection before.

  • Dienstglas binocular case strap


    Hard to find spare 6×30 Dienstglas case strap in very good and supple condition. This long piece is always missing, whilst the short piece mostly still retains to the case. Impossible to find as a spare!

  • Tan camouflaged MG34 and MG42 ammunition box


    A very nice steel early MG34 ammunition box. The box has been camouflaged in a nice light tan paint. The box retains up to 85% of its original wartime applied camouflage paint.

  • Chocolate brown equipment strap LBA(S) 1937


    Hard to find pre war chocolate brown Luftwaffe equipment strap.

  • Set of pre war unblackened equipment straps marked H. Krinis Meiningen 1939


    A nice and unissued pair of pre war unblackened equipment straps marked H. Krinis Meiningen 1939. Very hard to find pre war equipment straps in unissued condition!

  • Stunning early goggles with original aluminum case


    A stunning set consisting of a early set of dust goggles and its original first type aluminum protective container and spare lenses. Typical goggles as worn by motorized units such as Pilots, motorcycle troops and Panzergrenadiere!

  • SE64 M40 single decal Heer full basket chickenwire helmet


    A spectacular full basket M40 single decal chickenwire camouflage helmet. The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet retains its original named liner and broken chinstrap which are original to the helmet. The helmet retains its wartime installed full basket chickenwire camouflage netting which has never been removed from the helmet. The helmet retains up to 80% of its original factory paint and textbook ET Heer decal. The said helmet was bought off a picker in Pennsylvania a few years ago and has only been in a single collection, it hasn’t been posted online anywhere. The helmet and its camouflage netting are a one looker original set. Chickenwire camouflage helmets are highly sought after and are key parts of every helmet collection. Simply a stunning chickenwire camouflage helmet that would be véry hard to upgrade.

  • Unissued Sumpftarn reversible parka trousers with suspenders


    A unissued pair of reversible parka trousers in Sumpftarnmuster camouflage fabric. The trousers come with their originally attached factory suspenders. Nice reversible Sumpftarn parka trousers with strong and vibrant colours!

  • Late war mapcase with partial contents


    Nice late war mapcase in good used condition. Complete with some of its original contents. The mapcase is a late war variant in thin rough leather. Hard to find!

  • Straight E-tool marked RH 1938


    Hard to find pre war E-tool marked RH 1938. The E-tool is in good strong condition with clear markings.

  • Minty mid/late war Heer/Waffen-SS breadbag


    A nice mid to late war Heer / Waffen-SS breadbag in mint condition.

  • Nice matching k98 bayonet marked cof 41


    A nice matching numbers bayonet with frog marked cof 41 indicating production by Waffenfabrik Carl Eickhorn, Solingen. The bayonet is in very good unsharpened and uncleaned condition. Found together with the leather frogA nice matching set in very good condition!

  • Luftwaffe Breadbag


    Nice textbook example of a Luftwaffe breadbag in very good unissued condition.

  • Mint condition MP40 pouch CLG 43


    A very nice mint condition MP40 pouch. This is truly one of the nicest 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 Sanitätstruppen Unteroffizier shoulder straps


    Rare matching pair of m43 pattern Sanitäter shoulder straps in unissued condition. The pair is nicely dark blue rayon piped indicating Sanitätstruppen and finished with late subdued Unteroffizierstresse with the rank of Unteroffizier. There are a few small moth holes on the top, otherwise a mint exceptionally rare pair of shoulder straps.

  • Mint M31 messkit marked HRE44


    M31 messkit marked HRE 44 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen. The messkit retains its original factory paint up to 99% and would be impossible to upgrade.

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