Three-tone camouflage gasmask named to Obgf. Fenz.

Stunning three tone Normandy camouflage gasmask canister in very good condition. The canister retains up to 90% of its original three-tone camouflage paint and the long carrying strap. Inside the lid a rubber seal is present indicating this is one of the first gasmask canisters with the “D” stamped on the bottom. Inside the lid is also a small paper label naming the lid to Obergefreiter Fenz. The canister is complete with a mask but it is a different number and name to the one on the canister. However, the numbers are just 10 apart and most probably accidentally switched during the war as the canister was found like this in France! The canister is a really nice example of a subtle three tone camouflage scheme and would nicely attribute any camouflage orientated collection!

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