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  • set of two matching equipment straps LLG Thüringen 1942

    A nice minty set both marked LLG Thüringen 1942. A matching set, perfect for that minty equipment setup!

  • Gebirgsjäger boots marked 0/0761/0061

    A nice pair of Gebirgsjäger boots in good used condition. Nicely maker marked 0/0761/0061. The size is a nice average size 27, not too small or big. A nice pair to finish a mannequin with!

  • Set of light brown K98 pouches marked 0/0396/0027

    A nice brown set of K98 pouches marked 0/0396/0027. These pouches are in very nice supple, unissued condition and complete with all individual dividers.

  • SE64 M40 Heer three-tone camouflage

    Salty original SE64 M40 three-tone Normandy camouflage helmet. The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet retains up to 85% of its original camouflage paint. The helmet retains its original liner and (broken) chinstrap. The helmet is a very attractive camouflage example of tan, green and brown and seems to have another tan camouflage layer under the three tone camouflage. The helmet is in good used condition, surely a combat veteran!

  • Minty paper wrapped M31 canteen marked C.A.W.K. 42

    A rare and completely mint matching C.A.W.K. 42 marked M31 canteen. The canteen comes with its original paper wrap and is the mintiest canteen I’ve ever had. Can not be upgraded perfect piece!

  • M31 messkit marked ccj 41 named to Schweikert

    A very nice M31 messkit named to Schweikert. The messkit is marked ccj 41 indicating production by F.W. Bröckelmann, Aluminiumwerk GmbH KG, Neheim/Ruhr. The marking ccj is a rare maker mark to find. A very nice named messkit!          

  • Late war M44 Artillerie shoulderstraps

    A nice original pair of M44 shoulderstraps in very good condition. Textbook late war construction in late brownish wool. Rayon piped for  Artillerie. A rare late war pair!

  • Mint unblackened pre war equipment strap

    Perfect for that pre war M31 messkit in mint condition. Nicely dated 1939 and hard to upgrade mint strap!

  • Brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holster

    A very nice brown Pistole 35(p) Radom holster nicely marked bnz P35(p). The holster is in good lightly used condition.

  • Matching pair of tan CLG 43 MP40 magazine pouches

    A nice original pair of MP40 magazine pouches marked CLG44 in good unissued condition.

  • Kriegsmarine SE64 M35 three-tone camouflage

    A Kriegsmarine M35 three-tone camouflage helmet. Easily distinguishable is the golden flaked Kriegsmarine decal on the left side of the helmet through the three-tone Normandy camouflage paint. The helmet is marked SE64 indicating production by Sächsische Emaillier und Stanzwerke A.G. The helmet is in a very good condition with over 80% of the original camouflage finish remaining. The helmet still retains its original liner but is lacking a chinstrap. Hard to find Kriegsmarine camouflage helmet!

  • White bakelite butterdish

    A very rare white bakelite butterdish in good condition. Orange and black butterdishes are relatively easy to find, but the white bakelite butterdishes are very rare!

  • Named M31 messkit marked HRE 40

    A nice early M31 messkit marked HRE40 indicating production by Heinrich Ritter, Esslingen and nicely named to Hans Funk. Still retaining up to 90% of its original factory paint!

  • Minty Late war Waffen-SS Oak camouflage zeltbahn

    A stunning minty fresh late war Waffen-SS Oak camouflage Zeltbahn. The zeltbahn is a stunning late war single grommet example with most if not of all of its originally sewn buttons and ropes. There is only one small hole in the Zeltbahn as far as I can tell. The colours on this Zeltbahn are just amazing. If you are looking for one with very strong colours, this is it!

  • White bakelite butterdish

    Also referred to as a salt dispenser. Nicely dated 1942. Without cracks or damages, a hard to find white bakelite variant in very clean condition!

  • Pre war equipment belt marked Hruby & Co 1939

    A nice pre war 1939 dated equipment belt in true mint condition. Nicely sized 90. A pre war equipment belt thats never been blackened!

  • Early pattern Hidden stich Y-strap

    A very nice early pattern named Y-strap in good supple condition. The Y-strap is nicely marked Franz Brehme Walsrode 1941 and named Lt. D. Seeber L 377. The leather has been treated and is nice and supple.

  • Late war Blue Heer rucksack marked 0/0378/0005 44

    A mint late war, blue rucksack intended to be worn on the Y-straps. This rucksack is in very good condition and would be a very nice addition to any equipment collection. The rucksack is nicely marked 0/0378/0005 44 on the reverse. The leather is in good supple condition.

  • Pioneer Sturmgepäck

    A nice late war pioneer Sturmgepäck worn together with the two small side pouches this is the rarest of the three pouches as worn by Pioniertruppen. The pouch is in mint/unissued condition!

  • M38 paratrooper helmet shell CKL68

    A very nice late war paratrooper or Fallschirmjäger helmet shell marked CKL68. The helmet is in good used condition and still retains some of its original paint. Hard to find good condition original Fallschirmjäger helmet shell!

  • M44 Heer tunic in good condition

    Original Heer M44 tunic with in unissued condition. It is complete with its factory sewn insignia. The tunic is a small/medium size that would fit old Hindgaul mannequins or a modern Europemannequin. The chest size is 90cm. The tunic does not show signs of wear, but the back of the tunic has some moth damage. This damage would however not show when displayed on a mannequin. A very nice original tunic with original sewn insignia!

  • Gaberdine Heer M43 EM tunic

    A very rare gaberdine M43 tunic in near mint condition. The tunic is a nice large size that will easily fit most modern mannequins. The tunic has not been shortened, nor has its pockets been sewn flat. The breast eagle is the original factory sewn example and has never been removed or restored from the tunic. The litzen of the tunic have sadly been removed but the tunic comes with a spare set. Gaberdine EM tunics are very rare as most where converted to officers tunics. The tunic would be easily paired with a gaberdine Keilhosen that are easily findable. A very rare tunic in great condition!

  • Skin decontamination flask with rare carrier

    A rare Hautentgiftungsmittel box with all contents. Rare to encounter with the red pressed paper box with cotton swabs and the original label on the flask!

  • Late war Presstoff / vinyl equipment belt

    A very nice original belt sized 105 centimeters suitable for most mannequins! The belt is a late war type designed to save raw materials. The belt has been made of the typical material used for shovel carriers and so on. Nice late variation belt!

  • Early Luftwaffe breadbag dated 1941

    A nice original breadbag complete with the strap. Inside one of the leather straps is missing. The breadbag is in very nice condition complete with the early belt reinforcement loops.

  • Berichtigungslatte 34

    A late war EM34 Berichtigungslatte in original tan paint. This is a accessory for the Entfernungsmesser 34. 

  • Late war bi-color tragegurt 34

    These straps where issued to MG crews and assisted in carrying the MG34 and MG42 ammunition boxes. The material is strong and in good used condition. These straps are hard to come by and would display nicely with a pair of ammunition boxes.

  • Late war Zeltbahn with bakelite buttons marked 0/0501/001

    A nice late war zeltbahn with bakelite buttons marked 0/0501/001. The Zeltbahn is in good used condition and has some missing buttons and a small holes. A rare Zeltbahn to find with good vibrant colours!

  • Late war white speckled enamel M42 messkit

    A nice late war M42 messkit in enamel finish. Inside a interesting white speckled finish can be observed, something new for me!

  • Waffen-SS Zeltbahn in Blurred Edge camouflage

    Possibly the rarest of Waffen-SS Zeltbahns is this type in Blurred Edge or Rauchtarnmuster camouflage. The Zeltbahn is in strong used condition and has some clear wear to it. There are a few holes here and there, there are a few buttons missing.

  • Late war breadbag produced from captured materials

    A nice late war breadbag with a unusual middle support hook from a Czech pre war breadbag. A nice rare late war breadbag in good used condition!

  • Patronenkasten 34 or MG34 ammunition box

    A nice pre war ammunition box for the MG34 machinegun with most of the original blue paint. A very nice, untouched MG34 ammunition case!

  • Waffen-SS plane tree 3/4 Zeltbahn

    A very nice Waffen-SS Zeltbahn with nice colours. The Plane tree overprint is a nice and rare camouflage type. The Zeltbahn is in good used condition and nicely marked Warei Patent 1943. The Zeltbahn has a few holes and repairs with most of its originally sewn buttons. Other then that it’s a very nice display piece and would very nicely decorate a mannequin!

  • Steel late war MG42 ammunition box

    Late war tan Patronenkasten 41 in very good original condition with most of the original tan paint remaining!

  • Straight legged issue M40 Langhosen Lago Wien 1940


    A nice pair of M40 Langhosen in good, lightly used condition. The wool still retains most of the nap in the wool. Nicely marked Lago Wien 1940. The trousers have some missing, some period resewn buttons. The size is nice and big, good for most mannequins! The trousers have some small wartime modifications enabling the wearer to use a belt in stead of suspenders and some other small modifications. A few small moth holes but otherwise a great pair for a mannequin, priced competitively!

  • Tan camouflaged MG34 and MG42 ammunition box

    A very nice tan camouflaged ammunition box for the MG34 and MG42. As the Germans occupied Czechoslovakia they took over most of their military stocks including weapons and equipment. This box for the Czech ZB 37 machine gun or MG 37 (t) originally had a slope welded inside to stack the ZB ammunition properly. This slope was removed by the Germans and the leftover holes filled in prior to a tan repaint.

    A rare box to encounter in very good condition with most of the wartime tan camouflage!

  • Juwel 33 petrol stove

    A very nice Juwel 33 stove with most of its original wartime field grey paint and all of its accesoiries. Hard to upgrade and probably working piece with all sorts of spares. I have not filled or tested it but as far as I can see I don’t see why it shouldn’t. Nice personal equipment item!

  • Set of light brown K98 pouches marked 0/0396/0027

    A nice brown set of K98 pouches marked 0/0396/0027. These pouches are in very nice supple, unissued condition and complete with all individual dividers.

  • Enwell WH issue torch dated 1943

    A textbook Wehrmacht issue torch in nice used condition. Nicely dated 1943 and executed in field grey paint.

  • Tripod for trench optics or Scherenferhnrohr 14

    Small expendable tripod for the artillery trench periscope. The pouch is dated 1943. Interestingly the material of the pouch is the typical late war “red lined” material as also used on MP44 pouches.

  • Mint condition M42 hbt field blouse

    Simply cant be upgraded! A mint original Drillich hbt M43 Feldbluse or field tunic in near perfect condition. There are some minor damages to the sleeve, please take a look at the pictures! All originally sewn insignia. All buttons present. No stains and a very nice large size for a mannequin!

  • 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. 

  • Waffen-SS Erbsentarn HBT M43 combat trousers

    A stunning late war Waffen-SS Erbsentarn Keilhosen or dot 44 HBT camouflage trousers. In mint condition, without damages. Manufactured later in the war showing signs of last ditch production. One button hole and the leg straps have never been installed. The camouflage on this pair of trousers is very bright with strong colours and don’t show any fading. These would be a perfect(!) colour match to the Erbsentarn tunics marked 0/0793/0101.

  • MP38 u. 40 magazine pouch marked DKK 42

    A nice original MP38 u. MP40 pouch in combat used condition. The pouch is nicely manufactured in different tones of blue canvas and has a interesting construction with blue coloured flap covers in the construction. The pouch is nicely marked dkk 42 indicating production by Friedrich Offermann u. Söhne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg. If you want a uncleaned, combat used MP40 pouch in good condition this is it!

  • Tropical A-frame messkit strap in used condition

    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!

  • Blue Luftwaffe paratrooper k98 bandoleer

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

    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

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

  • Mint M37 gaiters

    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

    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


    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.

    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

    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

    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

    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.

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