Waffen SS

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  • Blue Luftwaffe paratrooper k98 bandoleer

    825.00

    A nice original mid war blue Fallschirmjäger bandoleer in good used condition. A small damage to one of the flaps, other then that a nice used example!

  • Stunning M40 SE64 Luftwaffe textured Normandy camo helmet

    2,650.00

    Truly a stunning textured three tone Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet is a real stunner; named, loads of patina, vibrant colours and a Luftwaffe decal peaking through the paint! The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap and is in untouched condition. The short part of the chinstrap is damaged but would still be easily fixed without further damage with a spare or a piece of wire. The helmet is named to Obergefreiter Hohmann. 

    If you’re looking for a killer camouflage helmet that will tick all your boxes this is it!

  • Battle worn German paratrooper jump smock

    7,500.00

    A fantastic third pattern paratrooper jump smock or Knochensack in combat worn condition. The smock is complete with original factory sewn breast eagle on a Grünmeliert base and all originally sewn buttons. The smock was a war trophy to a US soldier who brought it home after the war. After that it has been in a single collection for a very long time. The garment is in uncleaned, unaltered condition which is a rare condition to find. There are some small holes and two, in my opinion period “depot” repairs with zigzag stitching. The inside of the smock has some stains in various tints of brown. The press studs are lightly rusted or in working condition. Two of the zippers are in working condition, two are damaged through time. On the back portion a small 3 is stamped, inside, on the back of the left top pocket a faint RBNR can be seen. The size is a medium, which would fit most old hindsgaul mannequins easily. Other then the mint condition smocks on the market or those without insignia, this one is a actual battle worn smock that still retains the character of war. The smock is a perfect example of a smock that saw action.

  • Superb early single decal M38 paratrooper helmet

    6,650.00

    A superb(!) example of the first type M38 paratrooper helmet to follow the pre war double decal model in 1940. First issued in 1940 it still has the early aluminum liner and a low lot number 719. Nicely marked ET68 indicating production by Eisen- u. Huettenwerke, Thale, Harz. The helmet has a size 68 shell and a large size 58 liner. The liner is the early aluminum type with light grey padding material. The helmet retains all 4 of its original early type vented bolts and their nuts. This is probably one of the first helmets to be finished in feldgrau with a single decal in 1940. Surely the best M38 paratrooper helmet we’ve ever had on offer!

  • Steel M42 messkit marked WJ43

    100.00

    A very nice M42 Kochgeschirr marked WJ43. The messkit is painted red oxide covered externally finished in olive paint. The messkit retains up to 95% of its original brown finish.

  • Eastern volunteer shoulderstraps for ROA

    75.00

    A nice pair of shoulderstraps for a eastern volunteer in the ROA or Russian Liberation Army. These where worn by “volunteers” who joined the Wehrmacht as early as directly after the opening of the Ostfront and the invasion of Russia. Their numbers grew to a staggering 0.5 million in the end of 1941 only to grow bigger during the duration of the war. These Russian troops where stationed all over the third Reich; a mere 20.000 where captured by the Americans in the weeks after D-day. The shoulder boards are in very good, only lightly worn condition. Found together!

  • Steel Waffen-SS beltbuckle marked RZM 155/40 ᛋᛋ Type 4

    440.00

    A nice original Waffen-SS belt buckle marked RZM 155/40 ᛋᛋ indicating production by Assmann & Sohne, Lüdenscheid. The buckle is marked under the prongs which was only done for a short period in 1940. This was the final and 4th type of Waffen-SS belt buckle by Assmann in 1940. The buckle is in good combat used condition.

  • Heer/Waffen-SS breadbag

    100.00

    A nice and mint M40 breadbag in olive material. Nice with all buttons, supple leather bits. Textbook item!

  • Mint M37 gaiters

    75.00

    Perfect pair of Heer/Waffen-SS gaiters to be worn on top of the M37 lowboots. Hard to find in this condition without major rust on the buckles. All straps are nice and supple.

  • Mint gasmask strap set dated 1939

    100.00

    Rare to find spare set of a long and short strap for the pre war gasmask canister. Mostly missing, damaged or not in good condition this mint set would nicely attribute a pre war tall or short gasmask canister!

  • MG34/42 tool pouch in tan pressstoff marked gut 1943

    Sale! 500.00 400.00

    Textbook late war MG42 tool pouch in tan Presstoff marked gut 1943 of interesting mixed riveted and sewn construction. The pouch is in good used condition. The internals in the pouch have been removed which in this case, in my opinion, was a wartime conversion. The pouch was used and left behind in Normandy and came out of a old local collection.

  • Waffen-SS shoulderstraps for a Pionier Uscha.

    475.00

    A stunning matching pair of rayon piped Waffen-SS shoulder boards with late war dark grey Tresse. The straps are in mint condition and are ranked to the NCO rank of Unterscharführer in a Pionier unit. Scarce to find stunning matching original pair!

  • Canvas Y-straps in combat used condition marked gjl 1942

    435.00

    Nice webbing Y-strap in combat used condition marked gjl 1942. It is interestingly made out of a variety of shades of webbing. The Y-strap has a lot of patina and would nicely attribute a combat mannequin.

  • MG34/42 barrel changing mitt

    130.00

    Rare wartime barrel changing mitt for the MG34 and MG42. When firing the MG34 and MG42 continuously the German soldiers where presented with a harsh and difficult task: changing the barrel. The MG34 and MG42 where both made with a quick-change barrel and to help in the changing of the barrel these gloves where invented and issued. These gloves where issued with the accessories of the MG34 and MG42. It is simply used by placing the hand under the strap and using the pad to cover your hand when you grab the hot, sometimes even glowing barrel. The barrel is then placed in the Laufschützer to cool down and a cool new barrel is inserted. According to regulations, the barrel had to be changed after 150 rounds fired continuously. Hard to find item!

  • Double barreled flare gun Fliegerpistole L marked fzs 1942

    700.00

    A superb, near mint example of a Fliegerleuchtpistole L. These flare pistols where used by flying personnel of the Luftwaffe on missions. Nicely marked fzs 1942 indicating production by Waffenfabrik Heinrich Krieghoff, SuhlThe gun can fire two flares, the left, right or both at the same time. 

    The flare pistol is in good working condition and free to own anyone older then 18 in the Netherlands. I will not and can not export this piece outside of the Netherlands.

  • Wartime issue trousers suspenders marked DRP

    75.00

    Hard to find wartime issue personal item. These where issued to the troops and are hard to find in good unissued condition as most have been used up postwar. 99% of the troops wore trouser suspenders like these or used their privately purchased examples.

  • Mid-war German helmet net

    950.00

    A hard to find mid war German helmet net in mint condition. Not to be confused with the late war helmet nets with the open ends. Hard to find mid war helmet net with all the original hardware. Can’t be upgraded!

  • HKP64 Luftwaffe camouflage helmet

    1,600.00

    A nice two tone luftwaffe camouflage helmet in very good condition. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original two-tone camouflage paint. On the left side of the helmet the Luftwaffe decal can clearly be seen through the camouflage paint. Interesting to see is that this late war helmet has been made on a “monday morning” and has the rivet and vent holes misaligned by a few centimeters. The helmets shell is a nice size 64 with its original size 57 liner. The helmet is full of character and patina. A great camouflage helmet priced competitively!

  • Single M43 medical shoulderstrap

    100.00

    A very nice and textbook though single M43 shoulderstrap with dark blue Sanitätstruppen or medical rayon based piping. The base of the strap is made out of course Italian wool. Hard to find strap!

  • German helmet chinstrap marked Karl Ackva 1936

    175.00

    Nice pre war strap in good condition. The strap is in full length and supple and nicely marked Karl Ackva 1936. Perfect for that double decal M35 that’s missing its strap!

  • Single M43 shoulderstrap with white piping

    55.00

    A nice though single M43 shoulderstrap for infantry troops or Infanterietruppen. The shoulderstrap is in very good unissued condition and is constructed out of coarse Italian wool bordered with rayon white piping.

  • Stunning M40 hkp62 Luftwaffe Normandy three-tone camouflage helmet

    2,950.00

    A absolutely stunning M40 Luftwaffe camouflage helmet. The helmet still retains its original liner, chinstrap and rivets. The helmet retains up to 95% of its original three-tone Normandy camouflage paint. The colours on the helmet are very vivid and come out way better in real life. Underneath the camouflage one can see the shape of the luftwaffe decal on the left side of the helmet. The leather in the liner is supple, the chinstrap is full length, a bit hard and slightly cracked underneath the buckle and marked Rahm Kampmann Wuppertal 1940 but most of all both original to the helmet. The helmet would be great for a mannequin or a  helmet display. Hard to upgrade honest Normandy camouflage helmet!

  • Luftwaffe painted short gasmask

    180.00

    Nice short gasmask canister in wartime Luftwaffe field repaint. The canister retains up to 90% of its wartime field applied Luftwaffe bluegray paint. Hard to find Luftwaffe gasmask!

  • Untouched two tone camouflage gasmask canister

    Sale! 475.00 400.00

    A recent French barnfind, this two tone camouflage gasmask is in very salty condition. The two tone camouflage is applied on top of a blue grey overpaint indicating luftwaffe issue and use. The canister is in untouched, uncleaned condition which would very nicely display next to a helmet in the same camouflage!

  • Early aluminum hardware, hidden stitch Y-strap marked gmk41

    240.00

    Hard to find first model Y-strap with hidden stitches on the front and aluminum hardware. Nicely marked gmk 41 indicating production by Kroymann & Co. GmbH , Schuh- u. Sportartikel-Fabrik in 1941. Early Y-straps with hidden stitch construction and aluminum hardware are only scarcely encountered.

  • ckl64 M42 Heer helmet marked LEADBEATER

    850.00

    A textbook Heer single decal M42 marked ckl64 indicating production by Eisen- u. Huettenwerke, Thale, Harz. The helmet retains its original paint for 80%. The helmet is complete with its original liner and chinstrap, as found. Inside the liner Leadbeater was written by the veteran who brought it back. A nice untouched M42 helmet!

  • Heer M44 Panzergrenadier Shoulderstraps

    175.00

    Nice pair of late war EM Schulterklappen for a Panzergrenadier in mint condition. Rayon piped and lined textbook construction.

  • LP34 flare gun marked Waffenfabrik Walther Zella-Mehlis 1937

    300.00

    A very nice LP34 in working condition. The LP34 still has the original anodization finish and never has been repainted. The finish still remains for 75%.  The trigger guard has a light rust pitting, but this does not deter the function of the flare gun. The grips are a nice deep brown bakelite. The LP34 is marked Waffenfabrik Walther Zella-Mehlis 1937 which indicates production by Waffenfabrik Walther, Zella-Mehlis. The pre war flare guns are very hard to find!

    Note!
    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.

  • Double barreled flare gun Fliegerpistole L marked gpt 1943

    700.00

    A superb, near mint example of a Fliegerleuchtpistole L. These flare pistols where used by flying personnel of the Luftwaffe on missions. Nicely marked gpt 1943 indicating production by Gustav Bittner Werke. The gun can fire two flares, the left, right or both at the same time. Hard to upgrade piece, surely the best flare gun I’ve owned so far.

    The flare pistol is in good working condition and free to own anyone older then 18 in the Netherlands. I will not and can not export this piece outside of the Netherlands.

  • MG34/42 tool pouch in pressstoff marked epf 1943

    250.00

    Textbook late war pouch in combat used condition. Marked epf 1943 indicating production by Königs- u. Bismarckhütte A G’, Huettenwerk Falvahuette in Schwientochlowitz, Kreis Kattowitz. It is hard to find a untouched MG42 tool pouch with all internal dividers.

  • Brown bakelite canteen cup

    85.00

    Rare to find brown bakelite canteen cup. These cups are easily found in black bakelite but the brown variants are very rare. This is the second one I’ve ever found in this dark brown colour!

  • MP38 u. 40 magazine pouch marked gmn 41

    600.00

    A nice original MP38 u. MP40 pouch in combat used condition. The pouch is nicely marked gmn 41 indicating production by Phillipp Riebel & Söhne, Sattlerwaren- u.Sportartikelfabrik. This is one of the earliest of factory produced MP38 u. 40 pouches in good slightly used condition.

  • Lightweight Y-straps marked A. Fischer 1939

    200.00

    A very nice original lightweight Y-strap as issued and used by the Luftwaffe, Kriegsmarine and Kavallerie. Marked A Fischer Berlin C.2
    1939.
     Hard to find a 1939 dated variant in mint condition!

  • German helmet chinstrap marked gfg 1943

    150.00

    Nice wartime German helmet chinstrap. Supple and no issues. Hard to find one in undamaged good used condition!

  • M16 camouflage helmet BF64

    750.00

    A typical and surely textbook M16 camouflage helmet. The helmet is marked BF64 indicating production by F.C. Bellinger, Fulda. The helmet still retains its full original camouflage scheme and its partial liner. This is a textbook world war one camouflage helmet in very good condition!

  • Dark green overpaint gasmask canister

    175.00

    A nice complete gasmask with a wartime overpaint. The canister retains most of its wartime overpaint and has its original straps and mask. Hard to find original gasmask with wartime repaint!

  • Size 64 M40 rough camouflage helmet

    1,100.00

    Rough camouflage overpaint M40 helmet in good condition. The helmet is has a strong vibrant brush applied green overpaint mixed with large grain sand. The helmet is complete with its original liner and chinstrap. The rough camouflage paint has lots of depth and character. A unusual and nice camouflage helmet!

  • Q64 three tone camouflage helmet

    3,000.00

    A classic Q64 M40 three tone or Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet retains its original vibrant camouflage up to 90%. Also, its original liner and chinstrap. The helmet is truly a stunning example of a three tone camouflage helmet in very good condition!

  • Q66 double decal M40 Polizei helmet

    1,350.00

    A stunning double decal M40 Polizei helmet. The helmet retains both of its original decals and its liner and chinstrap it was found with. The helmet was brought back by a US 3rd division veteran out of Italy and has not been altered. The helmet is a nice big 66cm size. A nice original police helmet!

  • ET64 M40 single decal Heer helmet

    1,300.00

    A stunning ET64 single decal Heer helmet. Over 95% of its original finish and decal in very good condition. The helmet retains its original liner and chinstrap. The helmet is a great and stunning example of a textbook ET M40 helmet.

  • Fallschirmjäger grouping to Gefreiter Watscheid FJ.-N. Abt. 4

    725.00

    A grouping consisting of 4 pictures, a Fallschirmjägerabzeichen, Verwundetenabzeichen im Schwarz and Eisernes Kreuz II klasse named to Gefreiter Warscheid in Fallschirmjäger Nachrichten Abteilung 4. Gefreiter Warscheid jumped into Crete in 1941. He engraved his name and unit into the back of his Fallschirmjägerabzeichen. The photos are interesting and show details such as tan painted helmets and a light coloured bakelite canteen cup.

  • Leather A-frame messkit strap

    150.00

    A leather A-frame messkit strap. Hard to find spare strap in mint condition. The leather is nice and supple!

  • MG34 carrying sling

    140.00

    Hard to find pre/early war MG34 carrying sling in very good condition.

  • Untouched Early 66 M35 Rautarn camouflage helmet

    1,350.00

    A killer untouched early M35 helmet with rough sand/sawdust camouflage repaint. The helmet retains up to 95% of its wartime applied paint and decal. The helmet has multiple layers of paint and multiple decals. The shape of the national decal can be seen through the paint on the right side of the helmet. The left side of the helmet shows the reissue Heer decal and multiple layers of paint. The camouflage paint contains traces of sawdust and sand and would be attributed as being Rautarn or Zimmerit . The helmet is one of the earliest M35’s to being produced with the hand rolled rim. The first model single band liner is a large size 58 and dated 1937. The liner and chinstrap have never been removed and are original to the helmet. Inside the liner a name Regen can be seen. The dome stamp of the helmet is still visible. A all-round stunning helmet in untouched condition that would be very hard to upgrade!

  • Mint condition M40 overcoat

    525.00

    Mint condition issue M40 overcoat or Mantel in early smooth wool with green buttons. The mantel does not have any moth holes. One missing button that is obscured by the collar. The size is medium, fitting great for most old hindsgaul mannequins. Finding a nicer greatcoat would be very hard, especially a early example like this one!

  • Tropical A-frame messkit strap in used condition

    90.00

    Hard to find in used condition. Nice original A-frame messkit strap. A A-frame in used condition is easily found, but finding a matching used strap is hard!

  • Steel tabbed Kriegsmarine belt buckle Dr. Franke & Co 1941

    375.00

    A nice original Steel tabbed Kriegsmarine belt buckle marked Dr. Franke & Co 1941. Tabbed steel Kriegsmarine belt buckles are hard to find and this one is in good, used condition!

  • Wool Waffen-SS officers service tunic

    2,275.00

    A nice original Waffen-SS officers service tunic in very good condition. This is the perfect base for a restoration. The tunic is a textbook Waffen-ss type officers service tunic and does not show any signs of Heer insignia ever being applied. The ghosts and traces of the SS insignia are easily seen; a sleeve eagle, collar tabs and a cuff title. The tunic is a small to medium size but would be a very good base to restore. These tunics are very hard to find as most are either restored as SS or wrongly as Heer.

  • Scarce original Waffen-SS smock drawstring

    475.00

    A scarce original Waffen-SS Tarnjacke drawstring. Typical flat woven rayon construction. Full length 150cm. Downright impossible spare to find that was used in all types of Waffen-SS Tarnjacken from pre war to 1945!

  • MG34/42 barrel changing mitt

    125.00

    Rare wartime barrel changing mitt for the MG34 and MG42. When firing the MG34 and MG42 continuously the German soldiers where presented with a harsh and difficult task: changing the barrel. The MG34 and MG42 where both made with a quick-change barrel and to help in the changing of the barrel these gloves where invented and issued. These gloves where issued with the accessories of the MG34 and MG42. It is simply used by placing the hand under the strap and using the pad to cover your hand when you grab the hot, sometimes even glowing barrel. The barrel is then placed in the Laufschützer to cool down and a cool new barrel is inserted. According to regulations, the barrel had to be changed after 150 rounds fired continuously. Hard to find item!

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