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1940 Pattern BD Blouse This is a 1946 dated example produced by Beack & Co ( clothiers) LTD, Glasgow. The blouse\'s insignia has been removed. The size is 12 ( height 5\' 9\" to 5\' 10\" ). The blouse is in good condition.
6x30 Binoculars & Case A good set of WW1 British 6x30 binoculars manufactured by "W.Watson & Son, London, Highgate". This example has good optics. The leather case is French made "AFSA, Paris", however it is stamped on the front with the British War Department arrow. It is missing it's carrying strap and lid fastener.
8th Army Airforce Diviisonal Patch This is the patch worn by the 8th Army Airfroce.
Armed Forces 25 Year Service Award This is a court mounted armed forces 25 year service award.
Army Officers Tunic This is an early Infantry officers tunic which has the rank of major. The tunic has three sets of award loops which would indicate that the officer was awarded the wound badge, Iron cross and Infantry assault. The second button hole has the Winter War medal rippon. The tunic is in excellant condition and still retains the sword and dagger clip which is DRGM marked and has the markers logo " Peter Altenbach & Sohne"
Army Parade Trousers A nice example of Infantry piped parade trousers which was worn with the parade tunic ( Waffenrock ). The trousers are stone grey in colour and still retain the leather straps which was fastened below the feet to give a smarter appearance when worn with marching boots.
Army Pioneer Officers Tunic This is a private purchase tunic made for a Pioneer officer with the rank of Lieutenant. The tunic is made of fine quality material and retains the tailors label \" H.Habermann,Nurnberg\". The tunic has the two hooked type collar, the dagger and sword slash pocket with the clip still attached in the tunic. The tunic is also unit marked 2/PI.39 ( 2nd Company 39th Pioneer Regiment ). There are a small number of moth nips, however this does not spoil the overall look of the tunic,
Bronze Tank Combat Badge A nice Bronze Tank Combat Badge, manufactured by FRANK & REIF, STUTTGART. Unfortunately the pin is missing, however the badge is in very good condition.
Canister Carrying Straps A pair of un-issued food/water canister carrying straps.
Cigarette Photo Card Album This is a period cigarette photo card ablum called \" Der Zweite Weltkrieg Im Bild \", (The Second World War In Photos).. This is volume one and starts from the Polish campaign to Stalingrad.
Combination U-Boat Mechanics one piece Leather Suit This is an all leather blanket lined one piece leather suit.Which was worn by U-Boat mechanics and also worn by panzer crews, especially the 12th SS Hilter Youth. The suit is in very good condition with all the zips and press studs in good working order. The suit has side zips which allows the wearer to have access to his uniform worn underneath.
Compress Bandage This is a period compress bandage,which would have been part of the contents of a Luftschutz First Aid Box. It could also been part of the contents of a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ).
Cross-Strap This is a cross strap, which would have been worn by army, SS officer's and various other organisations. The metal clip is stamped "D.R.G.M" and is marked with a manufacturers trademark ( F.W.Assmann & Sohne ).
Dry Rations Bag This a dry rations bag, which would have also been used to carry personal effects like boot polish, cloth brushes etc.
Dust Goggles A good example of issue dust goggles in a rare rubberised pouch which has the maker mark \" bwz \" and dated 1945.
Early 37 Pattern Map Case This is the early 37 pattern map case with plastic board. The map case is maker marked "W&G" and dated 1941.
Early U.S. Prison Guards Carbine. This is a rare example of the 45ACP Carbine which was used by U.S. prison guards in the 1960's The weapon is called a "Spitfire" and has influences from the Thompson and Grease gun. The bolt and magazine are the Grease gun influence. In 1968 a SMG version was produced with a shorter barrel and fully automatic. The magazine housing has been stamped with the following " 45CAL. SEMI-AUTO. SPITFIRE. M.F.G. CO. PHONENIX ARIZONA. This weapon was deactived in 1994. Comes with De-act cert.
Entrenching Tool & 37 Pattern Cover A good example of a entrenching tool with 37 pattern cover, which is maker marked and un-blancoed. The helve is the earlier type without the No4 bayonet lug.
Field Torch This is a field torch which is maker stamped Pertrix with the serial number 679L. The torch contains a spare balb. The leather straps are in good condition.
Field-Dressing Fasteners This is a un-opened packet of medical fasteners/clips which was used to secure field-dressings. This example contains five fasteners and is dated 8th June 1943.
Heer ( Army ) Breathing Apparatus PART 2 This is the second part of the list showing additional details of the army breathing apparatus.
Hunters Commorative Medal This is a enamelled 50 year commorative medal of the German Hunters association of East Prussia. The reverse of the medal is maker marked \"H.WERNSTEIN, JENA\"
Infantry Assault Badge An example of the Infantry Assault Badge, manufacturer making \"JES\".Unfortunately the pin is missing, however the badge is in good condition.
Infantry Leutnant Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Infantry Leutnant shoulder straps, belonging to the 82nd Infantry Regiment.
Infantry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of army officers stitched in type shoulder straps, which are piped white for infantry. The shoulder straps still retain the units cypher making these a very rare example \"134 Grenadier Regiment \". The rank of the shoulder straps are that of a Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
MKII Ammunition Pouches A set of MKII ammunition pouches, which are faintly blancoed. One of the pouches is dated 1942. The other has no date.
Nat.Soz.Frauenschaft Cased Badge This is a large enamelled badge belong to the Nat.Soz Frauenschaft ( National Socialist Woman's Organization ) which is still in it's original felt lined case. The Nat.Soz Frauenschaft badge was introduced in the mid-1920's. This example is in excellant condition measures 4cm x 4.5cm, The reverse is maker and "RZM" marked. The maker's code is 63 ( Franz Klast & Sohne.
Officers Breeches A rather large size officers breeches which are in good condition, however they have had a number of repairs and have been made larger by adding a V shape material at the back of the breeches
Other Ranks Army Parade Tunic ( Waffenrock ) This is a very nice example of an army parade tunic (Waffenrock) piped red for artillery. The tunic is a standard contract issue and is dated Erfurt 1939 ( E.39 ). There is one set of ribbon bar loops over the left breast. The tunic is in excellant condition and retains the usual size markings with the manufacturer\'s details \"UNAG.FFM\".
Police Shako This is a police shako which has been quite badly restored. There are no internal markings, the chinstrap cockades, peak and neck guards and the inside of the helmet has been completely repainted. The chinstrap is reproduction.
Pre- 1939 Twin Miniature Medal Grouping ( MBE ) This is a twin medal grouping consisting of the Member of the Order of the British Empire and the 1937 coronation medal. Unfortunately there is no documentation to whom the medals belonged.
Reichsarbeitsdienst Greatcoat ( RAD) This is a fair example of a RAD ( National Socialist German Volunteer Labour Service ) greatcoat, which is missing its sleeve insignia. There are very faint size markings, however it is unit marked ( 439 RADBA M/L ).
Rifle Marksman Lanyard This is a nice example of the 2nd pattern rifle marksman lanyard.
Rucksack This is a rucksack with webbing fittings and dated 1943. The racksack is in excellant condition.
Short Marching Boots ( Jack Boots ) A very good example of a pair of issued short marching boots. The boots have had the heals replaced and the be re-studded, using original fittings. The boots are marked with a number \"146\" and are approximately a size 9
Third Reich Period Collectors Photo Print This is a photo print which was produced in Nazi Germay for members of the public to collect and place in a photo print album.
U.S. Corps Of Engineers Officers Chocolate Dress Tunic. This is a lovely example of an engineer officers dress tunic, with the Corps of Engineer buttons, not the usual American eagle buttons.This is a private purchase garment. The tailors name was \"LITTLER, SEATTLE\". The original owners name is in the internal breast pocket which was Lt.R.Wasman, dated 5/5/42. Lt. Wasman was promoted to the rank of major , hence the tunics rank. The right hand patch \" 2nd Infantry Division, the left patch Engineer Amphibian Unit \". The rippon bars are \" American Campaign, European, Middle Eastern African and Asia Pacific.
U.S. Navy M1 Helmet Fixed Bales. This is an early manufactured M1 Helmet which, which has around 60% remaining of its original Navy grey paint. The helmet is missing its chinstraps and the liner is damaged also missing its chinstrap and leather liner. The liner has a stamp which looks like the number 3 in a circle.
Waffen-SS Collar Patches A pack containing four single rank Waffen-SS collar patches which still retain their paper seal. The pack was part of the a box containt 24 collar patches, 4 packs contain five patches each and one pack containing 4 patches. I have decided to sell all the packs separately. I have included in the listing a picture of the box, which is not part of the sale.
West Wall Medal Unissued West Wall Medal ( Deutsches Schutzwall-Ehrenzeichen ), with its paper packet which has the manufacturers name. CARL DOENATH
White Butter Dish This is a rare white coloured butter dish. The butter dish came in a variety of colours, green, red, brown and white. The most common colours are orange and black. The base is marked with a captial "A". The butter dish was designed to take cooking fat/butter, but was most commonly used to carry tabacco as it was an ideal container keeping the tabacco dry.
WW1 Reproduction German M1915 Tunic This is a reproduction of a German M1915 Tunic which has the branch of service piping for Infantry. Red was also used for Infantry branch service piping. The tunic is a size 44.
08 Pattern Bayonet Frog. A 08 pattern bayonet frog, which has the War Department arrow stamp.
08 Pattern Large Pack This is a 1917 dated 08 pattern Large pack. The large pack is in good condition maker marked "M.E.CO." The back straps appear to have been replaced, as the webbing is of a slightly different colour.
08 Pattern Waterbottle & Carrier A nice example of a 08 pattern waterbottle and carrier. The waterbottle is green enamelled with an very early cork stopper and in excellant condition. The carrier is stamped with the War Department arrows and is dated 1916.
1.1/2 Litre Water Bottle This is the larger capacity water bottle, which was original designed for army medics. However due to its larger water capacity it became popular with para and mountain troopers and became standard issue to all service branches. This example is non-dated and has no maker's code. The bakelite drinking cup has the usual bakerlite markings.
10 x 50 Binoculars A fair example of 10 x 50 binculars which are marked \"DIENSTGLASS 10 x 50, 388527\" and made by E.LEITZ, WETZLAR. The optics are crystal clear. However the plastic covering broke away in a number of places.
101st Airborne Divisional Patch This is an excellant example of the divisional unit patch worn by the 101st Airborne Division.
10x50 Binoculars A Eleitz Wetzlar manufactured 10x50 binoculars, which have the military maker's code for Eleitz Wetzlar "beh". The binoculars are also marked"Dienstglas". The binoculars do have the neck strap,however it has torn at one end. The optics are a little cloudy.
11th Armoured Cavalry Regiment Badge This is 11th Armoured Cavalry Regiment badge.
11th Armoured Divisional Patches A nice set of 11th armoured divisional sleeve patches.
173rd AB Unit Badge This is a unit badge belonging to the 173rd Airborne Brigade.
18th Centry Musket This is a 18th Centry musket, unfortunately we no nothing about it's origins. It is very crude in appearance and has a working action. U.K.Sales Only.
1908 Pattern Small Pack A good example of a un-blancoed1908 pattern small pack which is dated 1916.
1923 NSDAP Traditional District badge This is a 1923 tradditional district badge which was awarded to Nazi party members of a particular district for outstanding service. The badge could only be worn by the permisson of the senior party member with the approval of Hilter. This example is in excellant condition and is non-maker marked.
1925 NSDAP Traditional District Badge This is a 1925 NSDAP traditional district badge which was awarded to Nazi party members for outstanding service. The badge could only be worn by the permission of a senior party leader with the approval of Hitler. This example is in excellant condition and is non-maker marked.
1930/40\'s Junghans Watch A nice example of a Junghans 1930/40\'s period watch with black face. One peice of the wrist strap has come away. However the this can be easily repaired and the watch itself is in good condition. The watch does still work, however it would benefit with a good service. The back of the watch The Junghans star with a little \" J \" in the middle and is marked \" Baden. Fdelstahl \".
1936 Berlin Olympics Judges Badge This is a very nice example of a cased 1936 Berling olympics Judges badge. The badge is white and blue enamelled with the inscription "XI.OLYMPIADE BERLIN 1936. STARTRICHTER". The reverse of the badge is marked "Ges.Gesch" and has a unknown makers initials "PO", within a diamond. The case is blue in colour with a blue felt incert and a white linen.
1939 to 1945 War Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 war medal.
1939 to 1945 Defence Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 defence medal.
1939 to 1945 Defence Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 defence medal.
1939 to 1945 Defence Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 defence medal with attachement clip.
1939 to 1945 Star This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 star. Which has the attachemnet clip.
1940 Battledress Uniform PART 1 This is a 1940 battledress uniform belonging to a senior NCO of the Royal Army Service Corps. The uniform consists of beret, blouse and trousers, which i am showing over two listings marked PART 1 and Part 2. The part 1 of the listing describes the 1940 pattern battle blouse where the PART 2 deals with the trousers and beret. The blouse was produced by \"J.D.FIELDMAN & CO, LTD\" dated 1945 and size 10. The rank of the blouse is that of a Staff Sergeant who has been awarded the following medals, 1939 to 1945 Star, France and Germany medal, Defence medal and the War medal 1939 to 1945. The formation patch is of the British Army over the Rhine and the coloured strips of the epaulettes are unit markings. The blouse also has a lanyard still attached.
1940 Battledress Uniform Part 2 This is Part 2 of the listiing showing the 1940 pattern trousers and beret. The trousers are in excellant condition, however the makers label is missing. The size of the trousers are approximately 36\" waist. The beret is dated 1944 and was produced by \"L.SILBERSTON & SONS LTD\". The beret\'s size stamped 7.5/3. The regimental badge is late-war plastic.
1940 Pattern Badged Battledress Blouse ( Size 16 ) This is a good example of a 1940 pattern Battledress blouse which is size stamped 16, dated 1945 and was produced by "JOHN FAIRDALE LTD". The BD has been badged up to the Small Arms School Corps, with the divisional patches for Northern Command U.K. and has the rank of Sergeant. The shoulder titles, divisional patches are reproductions, however the sergeant stripes are original. The lining is "WD" stamped.
1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse A good example of a 1940 Battle Dress blouse, which is size stamped 13. The maker and date label has been removed. However the date letter code and the "WD" stamp are clearly visible. The letter date code "Z" dates the battle dress it 1945. The collar has been slightly modified to one hook and eye for easier fastening.
1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse ( Size 12 ) This is a un-issued size 12, 1940 pattern Battledress blouse which is dated 1944 and has an army acceptance date of Jan 1945. The BD was produced by "CLARENCE CLOTHING Co LTD, BELFAST". The BD has no moth damage or staining to the lining which has a faint "WD" stamp.
1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse ( Size 13 ) This is 1940 pattern Battledress blouse which is dated 1943 and size stamped 13. The BD Iis in un-issued condition without any moth damage or staining to the lining, which is "WD" stamped. The BD was produced by "Montague Burton LTD, LEEDS".
1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse ( Size 13 ) This is a un-issued 1940 pattern Battledress blouse, which is size stamped 13. The blouse has no moth damage, or staining to the lining, which is "WD" stamped. The BD is dated 1945 and was produced by "B.SIMON & SONS LTD.
1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse ( Size 16 ) This is a un-issued 1940 pattern Battledress blouse which is size stamped 16, dated 1944 with an army acceptance stamp dated "January 1945". The BD was produced by "Rego Clothiers LTD". There is no moth damage or staining to the lining which is "WD" stamped.
1940 Pattern Battledress Trousers 1940 pattern battledress trousers, which are in good condition with minor moth damage to the inner left crutch area. The trousers do not have ther size and maker's label. However it is "WD" stamped and has the year of manufacure code "O" for 1942.
1940 Pattern BD Blouse This is a 1946 dated example produced by Black & Co ( Clothiers ) Ltd, Glasgow. The blouse also has a faint ink stamp which reads \" 22 Feb 1945 \".The size of the BD is size 12 ( 5\' 9\" to 5\' 10\" ). There is some minor damage to the right elbow, otherwise the BD is in excellant condition.
1940 Pattern BD Blouse This an excellant example of the 1940 pattern Battle Dress blouse. However the internal pocket with makers details has been cut away. However this does not spoil the overall look of the blouse. The blouse also has white triangle patches on each sleeve and the outline of the regimental shoulder titles are still visible.
1940 Pattern Bevo Breast Eagle An unissued 1940 pattern bevo breast eagle
1991 Kuwait Liberation Medal This is Kuwait Liberation Medal awarded to allied troops which took part in the liberation of Kuwait in 1991. The medal comes in it's original plastic case and contains the medal ribbon bar.
1st Air Cavalry LRRP This is the divisonal badge for the 1st Air Cavalry Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol.
1st Armoured Divison Badge This is a the sleeve badge worn by the 1st Armoured Division.
1st Army Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 1st Army Division which saw action on Normandy, Battle of the Bulge and Germany.
1st Cavalry Division Badge This is a 1st Cavalry Division badge.
1st Cavalry Division Air-Mobile badge This is a green subdued verison of the 1st Cavalry Division, Air-mobile badge
1st Class Silver War Merit Cross With Swords This is a very nice example of the 1st class silver war merit cross with swords. This example has the LDO number on the retaining pin, \"113\" ( Hermann Aurich ). The medal was award to combatant personal whom shown bravey, not in the face of the enemy.
1st Class War Merit Cross Without Swords This is a nice example of 1st Class war merit cross without swords in its original issue packet. The award was created on 18th October 1939 to commermorate the victory battle of leipzig. Hitler established the award to in recognition of during WW2 war. The medal was awarded for meritorious service without being directly under enemy fire. This example has the maker's code "65" ( Klein & Quenzer). The issue packet was made by "Gunnar Stephan".
1st Infantry Division Badge This is a the divisional badge worn by members of the 1st Infantry division.
1st Infantry Division Reconnaissance Badge This is a rare divisional badge belonging to the 1st Infantry Division Reconnaissance.
1st Marine Division Badge This is a green 1st Marine Division Badge
1st Marine Division Badge This s a 1st Marine Division badge
1st Marine Division Badge This is a 1st Marine Division Badge.
1st Pattern D.A.K. Pith Helmet. A very, very nice example of the 1st pattern pith helmet as used by the Afrika Korps. The helmet\'s crown has been slightly pushed in, however the helmet is in very good condition. The helmet has a nice clear date stamp \" 1941\"
1st Special Service Force Unit Patch This is the unit patch worn by the 1st Special Service force which was also known as the Black Devils and the Devils Brigade. The 1st SSF, was a joint elite American-Canadian commando unit organised in 1942 and trained at Fort William Henry Harrison, Helena, Montana in the United States. The unit fought in the Aleutian Islands, Italy and in Southern France before being disbanded in December 1944.
2 Commando Formation Patch A nice example of a 2 Commando formation patch.
230th Assault Helicopter Company Badge Ths is a unit badge belonging to the 230th Assault Helicopter Company, Hornets.
25th Infantry Division Badge This is a subdued examle of the 25th Infantry Division badge.
25th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 25th Infantry division.
2nd Class Bronze War Merit Cross With Swords This is a very good example of the bronze verison of the 2nd class war merit cross with swords. The medal was award to combatant personnal whom, shown bravey, not in the face of the enemy.
2nd Class War Merit Cross With Swords This is a good example of the 2nd Class War Merit cross with swords. Which was awarded to combantant personnal whom showed bravey not in the face of the enemy.
2nd Pattern Destroyer War Badge The Derstroyer war badge ( Zerstorer-kriegabzeichen ) was authorised in 1940. This example has the pin missing, however it does have a markers mark on the reverse. However the makers markings are unclear.
37 Pattern Ammunition Pouches This is un-issued example of MKIII 37 pattern ammunition pouches dated 1953.
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A pair of non-dated 37 pattern auxiliary straps.
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A pair of non-dated 37 pattern axuiliary straps
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A set of 37 pattern auxiliary straps. One of which is dated 1945.
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A set of un-issued auxiliary straps which are maker marked "M&S" and dated 1942.
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A set of un-issued 37 pattern auxiliary straps which are dated 1942 and 1943.
37 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a nice example of Austrulian made 37 pattern BD blouse. The label reads \" MADE IN AUSTRALIA\" and dated 1942. The size markings state SIZE 2 height 5ft 3in to 5ft 4in , Chest 34 to 35\". However these size markings do not correspond to the actual size. The blouse fits someone who is 5ft 8in to 5ft 10in and a 38 to 40in chest.
37 Pattern Belt This is a blancoed non-dated 37 pattern belt.
37 Pattern Belt This is unblancoed 37 pattern belt which is a small size.
37 Pattern Belt A 37 pattern blancoed belt, which is approximately 36" to 38" waist.
37 Pattern Cross-straps A set of 37 pattern cross-straps.
37 Pattern Gaiters A pair of black blancoed gaiters, indicating Home Guard issue. This example are 1944 production as they have the leather retaining straps.
37 Pattern Gaiters A pair black blacoed gaiters, indicating Home Guard issue. The gaiters are 1944 production examples as they have leather straps.
37 Pattern Large Pack This is a un-issued 37 pattern large pack which is dated 1944.
37 Pattern Large Pack A un-issued 37 pattern large pack, which is dated 1942.
37 Pattern Large Pack This is an un-issued 37 pattern large pack, which is maker marked "BAGGRAFT" and dated 1945.
37 Pattern Large Pack This is an un-issued 37 pattern large pack, which is maker marked "J.A.H" and dated 1944.
37 Pattern Large Pack & Support Straps A un-blancoed 37 pattern large pack with support straps dated 1943.
37 Pattern Largepack This is a mint un-issued example of a 1943 dated largepack.
37 Pattern Lewis Gun Pouches A mint un-issued pair of Lewis gun pouches which are dated 1940. The pouches where utilized by homeguard and the regular army as they each to could carry two Thompson submachine gun 50 round drum magazines.
37 Pattern Lewis Gun Pouches A nice set of un-issued lewis gun pouches which are maker marked and dated 1940.
37 Pattern MKII Ammunition Pouches A pair of MKII ammmunition pouches which are marker marked and dated 1941. There are very faint traces of blanco on the pouches. However they are in very good condition.
37 Pattern MKIII Ammunition Pouches A pair of post-war made MKIII ammunition pouches, which are un-issued and in mint condition. The pouches are dated 1953 and 1955 respectively.
37 Pattern MKIII Ammunition Pouches A pair of used MKIII ammunition pouches which still retains traces of army green blanco. The pouches have a faint makers name and are dated 1944.
37 Pattern Pack Straps A set of un-issued 37 pattern pack straps.
37 Pattern RAF Belt This is a extremely large size 37 pattern belt which is actually dated 1972 and is stamped \"LARGE\".
37 Pattern Signals Pouch & Carrying Strap A rather tatty 37 pattern signals pouch with carrying strap. The securing strap has been repaired, with a screw and nut. The pouch has a faint 1942 date stamp.
37 Pattern Small Pack This is a 37 pattern small pack which is maker marked "BAGGRAFT" and comes with it's L-Straps.
37 Pattern Small Pack This is a 1942 dated small pack which has the left and right L-strapes. The small pack and L-strapes are un-blancoed.
37 Pattern Small Pack & Support Straps A blancoed 37 pattern small pack with support straps, which are dated 1941.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern webbing brace attachments.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of webbing attachments for 37 pattern Webbing.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern webbing brace attachments.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern webbing brace attachments.
37 Pattern Webbing Set A set of 37 pattern webbing which consists of a set cross-straps, belt, MKII ammunition pouches, waterbottle, bayonet frog and large pack and auxiliary straps. The ammunition pouches are dated 1940, the large pack is dated 1943 and the two straps attached to the large pack are dated 1944.
37 Pattern Webbing Set A set 37 pattern webbing consisting of male and female cross straps one of which is dated 1943, the other has what appears to be a 1942 stamp. MKII ammunition pouches which are dated 1940 and 1941. A numbered bayonet frog and a 1953 dated belt.
37 Pattern Webbing Set This is a 37 pattern webbing set consisting of belt, cross-straps and Canadian produced MK1 ammunition pouches. The three little pouches with the lids of the ammunition pouches are for three 303 blanks for use with the rifle grenade. The webbing set has been blancoed.
37 Pattern White Gaiters A pair of 37 pattern white gaiters, indicating Royal Navy use. The 37 pattern gaiter have webbing straps which where only made up to 1944 where the leather straps became standard issue. The gaiters are actually dated 1968, where the Royal where using 37 pattern webbing uptil the 1990's for parade use. White blancoed 37 pattern webbing was also used by the Military Police.
38 Special Rounds. Six inert round of 38 special. U.K. Sales only.
3rd King's Own Hussars Cap Badge This is worn by the members of the cavalry regiment 3rd King's Own Hussars.
3rd Marine Division Badge This is 3rd Marine Divison badge.
3rd Pattern Tropical Rip-Stop Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical rip-stop jacket dated 1968. The jacket retains its DSA number/Instruction and size labels. The size label states that the jacket is "Medium long " and the chest is 37" to 41". However it would fit someone with a 44" chest. The jacket is in excellant condition, however you can see the stitch marks where the branch of service and name tags where sown.
40 Year Faithful Service Medal A fine example of the 40 year faithful service medal, on the reverse side the inscription reads \" FUR TREUE DIENSTE \" ( FOR LOYAL SERVICE )
44 Pattern Aluminium Equipment Carrier This is a rare aluminium equipment carrier designed as part the 44 pattern webbing. The carrier still retains most of its original green paint and all of its straps which are dated 1945
4th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 4th Infantry division.
4th Infantry Divisional Patch This is a the divisional patch worn by the 4th Infantry Division which took part in the Normandy landings ( Utah Beach ), liberation of Paris, Battle of the Bulge and Germany.
4th Service Command Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 4th Service Command which consisted of support units of the Corps of Engineers, Signal Corps, Ordnance Corps, quartermaster and Medical corps.
5 Quarter Collapsible Canteen This is a 1968 dated 5 Qarter collapisble canteen which could also be used as a flotation bladder to support a soldier crossing streams and rivers. This example is in mint and un-issued condition.
5 Quarter Collapsible Canteen This is a un-issued 5 quarter collapsible conteen which can also be used as a flotation bladder to support soldier while crossing deep streams or rivers.
5 Quarter Collapsible Canteen This is a 1968 dated 5 quarter collapsible canteen which can be used as a flotation bladder to support a soldier to cross a stream or river. This example is in good condition.
50cal bakerlite Rear Handles A pair of bakerlite rear handles for the U.S. 50cal Browning heavy machine gun.
5th Marine Division Badge This is a 5th Marine Division badge.
5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards This is the cap badge worn by the 5th Royal Inniskilling Dragoon Guards.
6 x 30 Binoculars A good example of CARL ZEISS,JENA, made 6 x 30 binoculars with crystal clear optics and are also marked \"SILVAMAR\".
6x30 Binoculars A good example of Wehrmacht issue 6x30 binoculars which are marked H/6400, the letter "H" stands for "HEER" ( Army ). The binoculars are waffenampted, with good clear optics and was manufactured by "Carl Zeiss Jena".
6x30 Binoculars & 37 Pattern Carrying Case A good pair of un-marked 6x30 binoculars in a 1941 dated 37 pattern carrying case, which is maker marked "M.E.C".
6x30 No2 MK3 Binoculars & Case A good set of Kershaw manufactured 6x30 No2 MK3 binoculars which ared dated 1945. This example are stamped with the War Department arrow. The optics are good however the graticules are not visible. The 37 pattern binocular case is dated 1942, un-blancoed and was produced by "FINNGANS".
75th Ranger's Beret Badge This is a beret badge worn by members of the 75th Rangers.
75th Ranger's Beret Badge This is the beret badge worn by members of the 75th Rangers.
75th Ranger's Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 75th Ranger's division.
7x50 Binoculars A Carl Zeiss Jena manufactured 7x50 binoculars which have the military issue code for Carl Zeiss Jena "blc". Externally the binoculars are in excellant condition, the optics do have some black specks, however the lenses are still quite clear.
82nd Airborne Divisional Patch This is an excellant example of the unit patch worn by the 82nd Airborne division.
8x30 Binoculars & Case A very nice example of 8x30 Carl Zeiss, manufacturered binoculars, which have good clear optics. The binoculars come with the leather carrying case.
9th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 9th Infantry division.
9th Infantry Divison Badge This is a subdued example of the 9th Infantry Division badge.
Absorbent Cotton This is a small packet of "Verbandwatte" ( absorbent cotton ) for medical use.
Adminstration Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of Army adminstration officers ( Wehrmachtbeamte ) stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of Oberintendanturrat ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
African Overseas Service Medal 1939-1945 A African overseas service medal of the 1939 to 1945 war. The medal was awared to \"54989 J.D.FERNANDES\".
Air Raid Wardens Badge This is a enamlled badge worn by volunteer air raid wardens. This example is marked "GES.GESCH" The reverse is also marked with a unknown makers logo.
Airborne Pegasus Formation Patch A single airborne Pegasus formation patch in the form. I believe this example is early post-war.
Airborne Body Armour This piece of body armour was designed by the body protection commitee of the medical research council in 1941. 5000 sets were tested postively by troops in North Africa and in April 1942 it was approved and put into production. Around 200,000 sets were produced but only 80,000 wre issued. 65,000 went to the RAF and 15,000 went to the army. The majority of which were issued to airborne forces. The armour is made of three pieces of magnanese steel 1mm thickness. The back panel protected the liver, lungs and spinal column. The upper front panel protected the heart, aorta and lungs, while the bottom front panel protected the wearer's belly. This example is in fact a Belgium made version which is identical to British examples except for the colour and the revits which are put in from the other side. The Belgium example are becoming rare in their own right and this example is dated 1953. The lower front panel straps have been replaced with British straps.
Airborne Field Dressing Pouch This is a field dressing pouch which was only issued to airborne troops. The pouch was normally secured to the helmet net.
Airborne Patch A single Airborne arm patch which was worn belong the Pegasus Formation patch.
Airborne Rangers Unit Flag This is a silk flag belonging the 75th Infantry Regiment, Airborne Rangers, which was part the 1st Cavalry Airmobile. The flag has the unit's motto "Killing is our profession".
Aircraft Recognition Pamphlet This is a aircraft recognition pamphlet which covers British aircraft from that period. The pamphlet was issued to all ranks and services to personal on anti-aircaft operations. The pamphlet was published on 19th March 1941.
Airport Fire Police Schirmmutzen This is a rare cap belonging to a member of the Airport Fire Police. The members of the Airport fire police came under the direct authority of the Luftwaffe. The cap is in excellant condition retaining its celluloid triangle.
AK 100 Round Drum Magazine This is a 100 round drum magazine for the AK assault rifle. The drum magazine will fit nearly all 7.62mm AK assault rifles.
AK Assault Rifle Magazine This is a 30 round AK assault rifle magazine.
AK Assault Rifle Magazine This is a 30 round AK assault rifle magazine.
AK Assault Rifle Short Magazine This is a short 20 round AK assault rifle magazine.
AK Assault Vest This is a AK assault vest, probably of Chinese manfuacture. The vest contains three AK 30 round magazines, a complete cleaning kit, consisting of leather pouch, bakerlite container, pull-through, brushes, small oil bottle, ruptured and defouling tools and a large oil bottle.
AK Tools A set of AK tools.
AK Twin Magazine Clamp This is a AK twin magazine clamp, which allows two 30 round magazines to be attached. The magazines shown in the listing is for illustration only and are not part of the listing.
AK47 Bolt Spring This is a AK47 bolt spring.
Akaba Submachine Gun ( Early Spec ) This is the rare Akaba 9mm submachine gun, which appears to have been influenced by the M3 grease gun and Kulspruta M45 ( Carl Gustaf ). This example was produced by the United Arab Emirates. UK sales only
Allegemeine-SS Schirmmutze ( Peaked Cap ) This is a good example of an Other Ranks Allegemeine -SS peaked cap. The visor has a slight crack on its right side. The cap has a number of markings under the sweatband one of which is a date which looks to be 1937. ( In Red ). The celluloid traingle is intact. The cap has not suffered with moth damage, however the metal fittings on the chinstrap has rusted and the leather has dried.
Allgemeine-SS M17 Double Decal Helmet This is a good example of a Allgemeine-SS M18 double decal helmet, The helmet is in good conditin with the number "66" painted on the inside of the crown. The SS decal is 90% intact with the swastika decal being over 85% intact. On close examination of the helmet, the shell has traces of its original WW1 green/grey paint, which was overpainted by the SS as they acquired the helmet. The liner and chnstrap are bot in good condition.
Allgemeine-SS Medical NCO Collar Patches A nice pair of Allgemeine-SS medical NCO\'s collar patches. The left patch has the medical cypher and unit number. The reverse side of the patch still retains its paper RZM label. The right patch is the rank patch, which has the rank of Uterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
Allgemeine-SS Officers Visor Cap This is a nice example of a Allgemeine-SS officers schirmmutzen ( Visor cap ) The cap has a early M29 eagle and 1st pattern death\'s head. The alluminium threaded officer cord has started to oxidize. The celluloid triangle is missing, however the outline is clearly visible. The lining is cream coloured artifical silk. Part of the \"RZM\" paper label is still visible behind the leather sweatband.
Allgemeine-SS Single Shoulder Board. This is a singe shoulder strap belonging to an SS-Utersturmfuhrer to SS-Hauptsturmfuhrer, On the reverse side the shoulder strap still retains its paper RZM label with the code of \"U5\" and the number 4788.
Ammunition Tin This is a 250 round ammunition tin, which was mainly used for the Maxim M1910 Heavy Machine Gun.
Ammunition Tin This is a 250 round ammunition tin, which was mainly used for the Maxim M1910 Heavy Machine Gun.
Ankle Boots A good example of a pair of Lace up ankle boots. This example is an early pair with 5 eyelets and 4 lace hooks. The boots have never been studded. They may have belonged to an armoured crew member . Armoured crews did not have their boots studded due to the dangers, fighting within their vechicles ( slipping and causeing themselves injuries or starting a fire due to a spark, caused by a stud ). The right boot has two of its lace hooks missing a a slight rip between the third and forth lace hook. The boots are marked \"29.4.39\"
Anti-Body Insecticide Powder This is a a tin of ant-body insecticide powder for lice and crabs.The tin is dated May 1966.
ARBEITS DANK Enamelled Badge This is nice example of a state labourer's enamelled badge with the inscription "ARBEITS DANK". ( Workers Thank you ). The back of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH".
Arbetisbuch This is an Deutiches Reich Artbeitsbuch for Galingen and dated 30/04/1940.
Argentinian Mauser Model 1891 Rifle This is a Argentinian Mauser model 1891 rifle which was produced in Germany as part of a contract of 180,000 rifles. The side of the receiver is stamped "Mauser Modelo Argentino 1891 Deutsche Mauser Waffen-und Munitionfabriken Berlin", indicating that this example was manufactured by "DWM" ( Mauser Oberndorf ). U.K.Sales Only
Armed Forces 40 Year Service Medal This is a nice example of the armed forces gold 40 year service medal.
Armed Forces Arm Band This arm band was worn by German and non-German volunteers working for and under the jurisdiction of the German Armed Forces.
Armed Forces Expeditionary Service Medal This is the U.S. Armed Forces Expeditionary Service medal awarded to all U.S. military personal.
Armoured Crew Helmet This is a helmet worn by armoured crews complete with all electrics, wiring. The mircophone unit is marked " I.S.C. Telephonico, SA-1552/G.
Armoured Crew/Radio Operators Gasmask & Cannister This is an extremely rare version of the M30 gasmask which was only issued to armoured crews and radio operators. The mask has an attachment for a mircophone to be fitted so the armoured crewman or radio operator can communicate verbally without removing their masks. The mask is dated 1943 and has the maker code \"bmw\". The cannister retains nearly all of its original paint is waffenanpted and dated 1939 and was produced by \"PRESTAG\". The spare lens compartment still contains spare lenses in their original issue packet.
Armoured Divisional Patch This is a the Divisional patch worn by the 6th Armoured Division.
Army Panzer Officers Schirmmutze A high qualtiy reproduction Army Officers Panzer Schirmmutze, form Micheal Janke. The cap has the following markings \" OFFIZIER, KLEIDERKASSE, GES.GESCH. EREL SONDERKLASSE, BERLIN. The cap size is approximately 59.
Army Rucksack This is an army rucksack with webbing fittings and leather carrying straps. The rucksack is in excellant condition which i suspect has never been issued.
Army Administration Officers Shoulder Straps This is a army adminstration officers shoulders straps which have a emerald green underlay with the branch of service piping red for artillery. The rank is that of an Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Army Administration Officials Shoulder Boards A pair of stitched in-type army administration officials shoulerboards ( Militarverwaltungsbeamte ). The shoulder boards have green backing for administration and the branch of service piping to whom the official would have been attached. In this example white for Infantry. The rank of the shoulder boards are that of a Kriegsverwaltunsinspektor, the army equivalent rank is that of a Leutnant.
Army Administrator's Uniform A very mint example of an Army administrator's ( Wehrmachtbeamten ) uniform consisting of tunic and breeches.The tunic is in the cut of a Reichwehr tunic with green waffenfarbe ( branch of service colour ) piped down the front and round the french cuffs. The tunic is a private purchase item with the tailors paper label inside the internal chest pocket. The tailors name is Reinecke & Sohn, Flensburg. The name of the original owner is also on the label Herr Fwardriske and dated 1/12/1938. ( i may have spelt the the original owner's name wrong ). The shoulderboards are piped twice, green underlay for the Wehrmachtbeamten branch colour and white for attached to Infantry units, with the distintive HV device with the rank of Oberleutnant. The tunic also has two sets of stitched loops for various awards. The breeches are also in mint condition. There are no markings on the breeches.
Army Air Corps Cap Badge A nice example of a Army Air Corps cap badge
Army Airforce Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A un-issued set of Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their instruction manual, plastic case containing the ear defenders. This model was made in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with the original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where made in Pittsburgh and patented Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Gunner's Wings These are Sterling silver gunners wings which are in good condition except for the pin which has come away from the wings. The back is marked "GEMSCO STERLING".
Army Anti-Aircraft Badge A good example of the army anti-aircraft badge which was established on 18.7.1941. The badge was awarded to the platoon leader, section chief and the gun crew for the downing of a minium of five enemy aircraft.
Army Artillery Officers Shoulder Boards A nice pair of stitched in type shoulder boards of a Artillery major.
Army Artillery Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of matching stitched in-type army artillery officers shoulder straps, belonging to the 48th Artillery Regiment. The shoulder straps are the rank of Leutnant ( Lieutenant ).
Army Belt & Buckle A interesting army belt and buckle. The leather belt is dated 1939 and is maker marked and has had period repairs in the form of revits. The aluminium buckle is maker marked "DRF & Co" ( Adolf Aldinger, Holzbearbeitungsmaschinen-Fabrik ). The buckle retains it's leather tab, which is unmarked.
Army Belt & Buckle A army belt and steel buckle. The leather belt has a very faint maker's stamp and is size marked 100. The leather is still quite soft.
Army Belt Buckle This is a steel army belt buckle, which is dated 1943 and is maker marked "R & ?" ( I can not read the second maker's letter ).
Army Bevo Breast Eagle This is a pre-war army un-issued bevo breast eagle.
Army Bevo Breast Eagle A mid-war army bevo breast eagle.
Army Bevo M43 Cap Insignia A army bevo M43 cap insignia.
Army Bevo M43 Cap Insignia This is a army bevo M43 cap insignia.
Army Bronze Drivers Badge of Merit This is a army bronze drivers badge of merit ( Kraft-Bewahrungsabzeichen ), which was institued on 23rd October 1942 but made retroactive to 1st December 1940. The badge was awarded to military and civilian drivers who had distinguished themselves during periods of combat as drivers.
Army Bronze Drivers Badge of Merit This is a very nice example of a Army bronze drivers badge of merit which was established on 23rd October 1942 for recognition of special driving ablities. This exmaple is in un-issued condition retaining it's field-grey backing cloth.
Army Bronze Grade Close Combat Badge This is a good example of the army bronze grade close combat badge, which is maker marked. "PEC.W.E.PEEKHAUS,BERLIN, AUSF.A.G.M.u.K.GABLONZ".
Army Buckle Boots An extremely rare item a pair of Army Buckle boots which was first introduced in 1934 which was the part of the prototype Reichweher service uniform, which lated became the M36 uniform. Buckle boots only saw service to the Polish compaign and then was discontinued. Many remaining boots after Poland had the legs cut off and became ankle boots. This example is in very good condition and are marked on the inside \"29.4.39M\". The soles are marked \"M6.10.11.41.28.II.
Army Catering Corps This is the cap badge worn by the Army Catering Corps.
Army Close Combat Bar in Bronze A nice bronze example of the Army Close Combat Bar, with a very clear manufacturers inscription. FEG.W.E. PEEKHAUS, BERLIN, AUSF. AGMu.K. GABLONZ
Army Close Combat Bar in Bronze An F.L.L. manufactured Army Close Combat Bar in Bronze,
Army Denim Fatigue Tunic This is a mint example of army denim fatigue tunic which is dated 1942 ( M42 ). It has the usual size markings and is also stamped \" Gebr.G.H.,which is the manufacturer\'s mark. The tunic has all its five paper fibre buttons for the Kragenbinde ( neck liner ).
Army Denim M43 Tunic A very well worn example of an army denim cut in the style of a M43 tunic. The shoulder boards are piped red for Artilley. The internal belt hook straps have been cut away and the lining is blue/grey cotton.
Army Engineer NCO's Shoulder Straps A set of army Engineer NCO's shoulder straps with the rank of Feldwebel ( Colour-Sergeant ). The black branch of service piping was also worn by army Pioneer's.
Army Flak Badge This is a rare army flak badge, which has a faint maker mark on the reverse. You can read G.E.JU. However the other letters are to difficult to read. You can also read Berlin.
Army Forestry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Army forestry officers shoulder straps with the rank of Oberstforstmeister.
Army General Adminstrator\'s Collar Patches A pair of army adminstrator\'s collar patches with the rank of general. The patches are still on their original green collar which has been removed from the tunic.
Army Helmsman Badge This is a very nice example of a qualified army helmsman for engineer assault boats ( Steuermann ).
Army Issue Lighter This is an army issue lighter which has a waffenampt stamped on it's base.
Army Late-War Racksack This is a good example of a late-war made racksack consisting for webbing and leather fittings. All the leather fittings are intact and the racksack has no rips or tares.
Army Light Weight Tan & Water Smock This is an example of the Army light weight Tan & Water smock. The general condition of the smock is good, however the draw string around the waist is missing and a small number of field repairs. The smock has a faint RB number on the white side of the right pocket flap. These smocks were not just issued to snipers as is the common belief. In fact the were issued to various army units, especially Gross Deutschland as addition camouflage requirement. ( If available )
Army M17 Transitional Helmet This is a good example of any Army M17 transitional helmet which has traces of both the army and national colour decals. The liner is size stamped 55. The chinstrap has split into two pieces. However the makers details and date of manufacture are clearly visible on the chinstrap, \" Henseler & Co, 1938\".
Army M36 Breast Eagle This is a army M36 Breast eagle which has been removed from the tunic.
Army M36 Greatcoat This is a excellant example of a 1935 dated M36 greatcoat with the early pattern shoulder boards. The coat has the usual size stampings and the letter "E" before the date indicates the place of manufacture "Erfurt". The greatcoat is also unit marked "13.J.R.79" ( 13th Company, Infantry Regiment 79 ). There is also a faint maker's stamp.
Army M38 Sidecap A army M38 sidecap which is in good condition except for what appears to be a slight paint stain on the left side of the cap. The cap is approximately a size 57 to 58.
Army M40 Greatcoat This is an excellant example of an army M40 greatcoat. The coat has the usual size stampings and a faint maker's stamp.
Army M40 Helmet This is a nice condition army helmet which still retains its apple green finish. Unfortunately the army single decal has been removed leaving the shape of the decal. The leather liner is still in good condition, however the central rear seam has become unstitched. The size of the helmet is approximatey 58.
Army M40 Helmet A good example of a Army M40 helmet with a ruff finish and battle damage to the rear. The helmet shell still retains an outline of the both decals. The liner is in excellant condition, however the helmet is missing its chinstrap. The helmet is unit marked \"IV B. II\" ( 4th Conversion Regiment, 2nd Company ). The helmet also appears to have the original owners initials \"S.L.\". The shell size is \"SE66\", with the batch number 8860.
Army M43 Cap A good example of a army M43 cap which is maker marked, \"KARL HEISLER, BERLIN, C.2, D.R.G.M\". The cap is also size stamped \"58\" The cap retains it loops under the flap for the ear warmers to be attached.
Army M43 Cap This is a very nice example of a army M43 cap which has a blue/grey cotton lining. The flaps still retain the loops for the ear warmers to be attached.
Army M43 Cap Insignia This is a uncut army M43 bevo cap insignia.
Army M43 Denim Tunic A good example of a M43 denim tunic, which unfortunately has had the skirt pocket flaps cut away. I can not say if this was done during the war or later. Otherwise the look is un-spoilt. The lining is tan cotton and there are no internal markings.
Army M44 Breast Eagle This is a army M44 breast eagle which was worn on the M44 tunic.
Army Marksman Lanyard This is the second pattern marksman lanyard which was awarded to both army and Waffen-SS personal. The award is in the form of a Wehrmacht eagle with crossed swords upon a shield surrounded by a laurel wreath.
Army Marksman Lanyard This is the second pattern marksman lanyard which was award to both army and Waffen-SS personal. The award is in the form of a Wehrmacht eagle, cross swords upon a shield surrounded by a laurel wreath.
Army Medical Officers Shoulder Boards A nice pair of sewn in type army medical officers shoulder boards which are the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The medical cyphers are gold guilted.
Army Medical Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of army medical officers stitched in type shoulder boards which are piped dark blue and has gold guilted medical cyphers on each of the shoulder boards. The rank is that of a Leutnant.
Army Narvik Shield This is a good example of a army Navrick which which only 2755 where awarded to the army. This example has never been awarded and still retains it's "LDO" marked paper backing. The award was established on 19th August 1940 for all military personal who took part in the Narvik campaign. Total amount of Narvik shield awared to army, navy and airforce personal was 8,577.
Army NCO Schirmmutze ( Visor Cap ) This is a officer quality army NCO\'s visor cap which was produced by Carl Lauer, Koblenz. The cap has a couple of very minor moth nips. and is approximately a size 58. The branch of service piping is white for Infantry.
Army NCO's Breast Eagle This is an army NCO's and parade quality breast eagle.
Army NCO's Breast Eagle This is an un-issued army senior NCO's or parade quality breast eagle.
Army NCO's Breast Eagle This is a pre-war army NCO's and parade quality breast eagle.
Army NCO's Breat Eagle This is a army senior NCO's breast eagle still attached to a piece of tunic field-grey cloth. This style eagle was also worn on the army parade tunics ( Waffenrock ), by all enlisted ranks.
Army Oberschutze Sleeve Badge This is an army Oberschutze ( Private First Class ) sleeve badge.
Army Offers M43 Cap This is a late-war Army officer's M43 cap which started life as a other ranks cap. The officer braid has been losely added as well has the half leather sweatband. The insignia is standard bevo non-officer's example. The lining is light green artifical silk.
Army Officer's Breast Eagle This is a army officer's embroided breast eagle.
Army Officers Collar Patches A good set army officers collar patches, which have the branch of service piping for infantry.
Army Officers Parade Collar Patches This is a nice pair of army officers parade collar patches which have been removed from the Waffenrock ( Parade Tunci ). The collar patches would have been worn by officers with the rank from Lieutenant to Colonel. This example are piped golden yellow for Cavalry.
Army Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched-in type shoulder boards with the rank of Leutnant ( Lieutenant ). The shoulder straps a piped red for artillery.
Army Officers Webbing Set This is a British army officers webbing set, consisting of cross-straps, belt, waterbottle, a 1942 dated ammunition/compass pouch which is maker marked "Z.L.& T.LTD. A 1941 dated holster, which is maker marked "H.H.C. & Co.LTD. Two cross-strap attachments maker marked and dated 1943. One of the cross-straps is maker marked but post-war dated.
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is a one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer beret national insignia. This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer bevo national insignia. This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer beret bevo national insignia. The national insignia still retains it\'s bevo label, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\"
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is a one of a batch of five uncut bevo national insignia, which would have been worn on army panzer beret. Each bevo insignia still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEITS 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret National Insignia This is a bevo national insignia worn on the army panzer beret. The insignia has been removed from the beret.
Army Panzer Bevo Breast Eagle This is a army panzer bevo breast eagle.
Army Panzer Bevo Cap Badge This is uncut example of the army panzer cap badge which would have been worn on the black panzer M43 cap. This example still retains its bevo tag.
Army Panzer Bevo M43 Cap Insignia This is a army panzer bevo M43 cap insignia
Army Panzer Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer bevo national insignia. This type of national insignia would have been worn on the Panzer beret. This example still retains it\'s Bevo tag, which reads \" SEIT 1896, BEVO\"
Army Panzer Cap Insignia This is a early uncut bevo army panzer cap insignia.
Army Panzer M43 Cap Insignia This is a army uncut panzer M43 bevo cap insignia.
Army Panzer M43 Cap Insignia This a bevo T-shaped cap insignia which would have been worn on the Army Panzer M43 cap. This example has been removed from the cap.
Army Panzer Officer\'s M43 Cap A very nice example of a Army Panzer officer\'s M43 cap. The leather sweatband has dried and has started to come away from the cap. The cap has one piece of moth damage located on the underside of the peak. The cap retains it\'s makers paper label behind the leather sweatband which gives the control number 38192, place of manufacture, Hamburg, size 57 and quality, superb.
Army Panzer Standard Bearer\'s Arm Shield This is a rare embroidered version with aluminium gold thread on blue-green wool. This example is in the Waffenfarbe of the Panzer Arm. This item would make a fantastic addition to any badge collection.
Army Parade Trousers A nice pair of army parade trousers which was worn with the waffenrock ( parade tunic ). The trousers are piped white for Infantry.
Army Parade Tunic ( Waffenrock ) This is a amry junior ranks parade tunic which has the branch of service piped white for Infantry. The shoulder boards have regimental chain stitched numbers 15th Infantry Regiment. The shoulder boards buttons are numbered for the 2nd Company. The tunic has the usual size numbers and is dated B40 ( Berlin 1938 ).
Army Pre-War Bevo Breast Eagle This is a army pre-war bevo breast eagle.
Army Pre-War Breast Eagle This is a pre-war army breast eagle.
Army Quilted Under Trousers This is a mint un-issued example of cold weather under trousers which was designed to be worn under the fieldgrey service uniform. The trousers are RB numbered.
Army Racksack This is a late-war army issue racksack with webbing fittings. The racksack appears to have been made two shades of canvas material. The retaining hooks appear to have been cut off.The racksack is also RB numbered.
Army S/D M42 Helmet This is a ruff finished M42 named, single decal helmet. The decal is approximately 40% remaining The orignal owners name is painted on the inside Schifferer.K The makers code and helmet size is "hkp 65", batch number 4836. The liner is size stamped 58. The chin strap has a faint makers stamp and dated 1943.
Army Senior NCO's Parade Tunic This is a very nice example of a army senior NCO's parade tunic ( Waffenrock ). The tunic has a number of award loops including a rippon bar loop. The tunic has the branch of service piping white for Infantry. The tunic is unit marked 431 Infantry regiment, 13th Company. The markings are on shoulder boards and on the inside of the tunic. The company number is on the shoulder board buttons.
Army Service Forces Badge This is a non-divisional unit badge worn Army service forces, Command Z.
Army Sheep Skin Coat This is a very large size army issue sheep skin coat. The coat has had some repairs to the sleeve and back. The collar has fiedgrey cloth on the underside. The buttons are wooden toggles. There are no size or marker markings.
Army Smoke Troops Qualification Badge This is a quite a rare badge of a army Smoke-projector operators badge ( Richtabzeichen fur Nebeltruppen ).
Army Sports Vest Eagle An Army sports vest eagle, which has been cut straight from the roll.
Army Sports Vest Eagle This is an army sports vest egale which has been cut off the sports vest.
Army Summer/Tropical Garrison Cap This army summer/tropical garrison cap.
Army Tan & Water Camouflage Smock This is a very nice example of a army tan & water herringbone smock. The smock is reversible to white and was a favoured item and was mainly issued to elite army troops such as Gross Deutschland Regiement.
Army Tan & Water Reversible Camouflage Smock This is an extremely nice example of a herringbone army Tan & Water reversible to white camouflage smock with a hood. This pattern smock was mainly issued to army elite units such as the Gross Deutschland Regiment. This example has the maker's and size stamp on the inside of the access flap.
Army Transport Service This is a the cap badge worn by the Army Transport Service ( ATS ). All of which were women. Queen Elizabeth II,was also a member of the ATS. The back of th badge is maker marked "J.R.GAUNT, LONDON".
Army Tropical Bevo Breast Eagle This is a army tropical bevo breast eagle, which is the pattern of breast eagle worn by the Deutsches Afrika Korps.
Army Tropical Cap Insignia This is a army tropical cap insignia as worn by the Deutsches Afrika Corps ( DAK ). The insignia consisting of eagle and roundal have been removed from a cap.
Army White Fatigue Uniform A very mint example of the an Army white fatigue uniform which looks to have never been issued, due to its condition. The tunic is extremely large and has a faint marking which you can read a large \"F\" and \"M\", the rest of the markings which are smaller letters is to blurred to read.The fatigue trousers are again in mint unissued condition, however they are a lot smaller, but do have clear size markings 70.74.102.88. The trousers also have a manufacturers name which is quite blurred and are dated H41.
Army Winter Issue Sleeping Bag This is a very rare item a winter issue sleeping bag with a silver aluminium type of cloth material to retain the heat. This example is dated 1943 and has the War Department arrow stampings.
Artillery Marine Bevo Breast Eagle This is a artillery marine bevo breast eagle.
Artillery Marine Breast Eagle This is an Artillery Marine bevo breast eagle which has been removed from a tunic.
Artillery Marine Cap Eagle This is a artillery marine side cap eagle.
Artillery Marine Sentry Coat This is a Artillery Marine fur lined sentry coat which is in very good condition. The coast has a built-in hood which is attached to the collar. The coat has the Kriegsmarine anchor buttons, however two of these are missing. This example is a very large size coat and will fit someone who is over 6ft.
Artillery Marine Side Cap A nice example of a artillery marine side cap. The cap has a silver artifical silk lining. There are no size, date or maker stampings. The cap is a approximately a size 59.
Artillery Marine Sidecap This is an M40 sidecap as worn by members of the Artillery marine. The cap has been faded due to sunlight, however the freshness of the fieldgrey can still be seen under the flaps. The lining is artifical gold silk.
Artillery Marine Sidecap A good example of a Artillery marine sidecap which is approximately a size 59. The cap has silver artifical silk lining.
Artillery Marine Tunic This is a tunic belonging to a member of the Artillery Marine. The tunic has faded and has a very worn look. The buttons have the Kriegsmarine anchor and the left breast pocket has a set of loops probably for the costal artillery badge. The breast eagle and collar patches appears to have been re-applied.
Artillery Marine White Fatique Jacket This is a white herringbone fatique jacket which was worn by members of the Artillery marine and Kriegsmarine personal. The jacket has what appears to be oil stains which are located on the left elbow and right chest. There are faint manufacturer\'s stampings on the inside of the jacket.
Artillery Officers Shouder Boards A pair of artillery officers stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Artillery Parade Tunic ( Waffenrock ) This is a downgraded parade tunic ( Waffenrock ) belonging to the 10th Artillery Regiment. The tunic has been modified for everyday use, by removing the Swedish cuffs, piping around the collar and replacing the special parade collar tabs for the standard service uniform pattern. The tunic has a maker's and the usual size stampings. The original owners name tag is still stitched on the inside who had the rank "Kanonier" and originally belonged to 5th Battery Artillery Regiment 46 ( 5 Baltr.a.r. 46 ). The tunic is dated 1938 and was manufactured in Munich as indicated by the letter "M" before the date. The tunic has also suffered with some minor moth damage as show. However when a belt or Y-strapes are worn the damage does not show.
Artillery Racksack This is a mint example the an army racksack as issued to Artillery personal. The fittings are leather and grey webbing with leather straps stitched to the outside for securing the Zeltbahn ( poucho ) to the racksack.
Artillery Racksack This is a artillery racksack, which has the removeable carrying straps attached. The leather work has dried and their is a tear at the bottom left side, which can be repaired.
Artillery-Marine NCO's Removeable Shoulder Straps A very nice pair of Fieldgrey Artillery-Marine NCO's shoulder straps. The lining of one of the shoulders is stamped "WASTI.H".
ARVN Marine Unit Badge This is an South Vietnamese marine unit badge, belonging to the 1st Marine Battalion.
ARVN Medic's Helmet This is a WW2 vintage Helmet shell and liner which was supplied to the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. The insignia is that the South Vietnamese Rangers. The anti-magnetic steel rim is missing from the helmet shell and the liner is missing its chinstrap, sweatband and drawstring.
ARVN Military Police Armband This is a Military Police armband worn by South Vietnamese army. The Army of the Republic of Vietnam, ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
ARVN Paratroop Unit Badage This is a South Vietnames Army Paratroopers badge belonging to the 2nd Parachute Battalion. The South Vietnamese paratroopers where the most highly decorated troops from the Army of the Republic of Vietnam. The surviving members of the ARVN parachute regiments who survived the war and captured by the North Vietnamese army where interned in re-education camps and where the last to be released from the so-called re-education.
ARVN Ranger's Belt Buckle This is a very rare U.S. manufactured brass belt buckle for the South Vietnamese army. The buckle has the the emblem of the Panther on a Star within a Shield. Which was the symbol worn by ARVN Ranger units. The buckle was produced by "N.S.MEYER, INC, NEW YORK". The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975, making this a very, very rare piece.
ARVN Ranger's Unit Badge This is a South Vietnamese army Ranger's unit patch. The badge has the intitials "B.S.P. ( Bon Sar Pa Cidg ), which translates to Mobile Strike Force". The army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975, with most of it's surviving members forced into re-education camps.
ARVN Ranger's Unit Badge This is a South Vietnamese army Ranger's unit badge belonging to the 1st Group, 33 Battalion. The Army of the Republic of the Vietnam ceased to exist to 30th April 1975, with most if it's surviving members forced into re-eduaction caps by the Communists.
ARVN Ranger's Unit Badge This is a South Vietnamese army Ranger's unit badge belonging to the 7th Battalion. The Army of the Republic of the Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975., with most of it's surviving members forced into re-education camps, by the communists.
ARVN Rucksack This is a good example of an ARVN racksuck which was first designed in 1961 by the Combat Developments and Test Center to make an indigenous rucksack for the South Vietnamese Army. Production of the racksack began in 1964 uptil 1970. Arvn racksacks where also used in limited numbers by U.S. troops especially by U.S Special Forces.
ARVN Soldier's Documents A rare and interesting collection of South Vietnamese Army documents belonging to one individual soldier who's name was "KIM-HIEN" The douments are dated between 1952 to 1959, The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975. Most of the surviving members forced into re-education camps by the communists.
ARVN Special Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese army Special Forces badge, who's mission objects was primary reconnaissance.
ARVN Special Forces Badge This is an South Vietnamese special forces badge, who's members would have been part of a reconnaissance team.
ARVN Special Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese special forces which has the unit number "838".
ARVN Speical Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese special forces badge, who's members primary mission was reconnaissance. The words "GUYET-TU", translates to "READY TO DIE".
ARVN Speical Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese special forces badge which was part of the Techical Directorate the "DANHOU-TOQUDC, HON-MA-BIENGIOI" translates to Honour the father, the Nation and the border of Ghost".
ARVN Speical Forces LLDB Badge This is an embroided South Vietnamese special forces badge b LLDB ( LUC Luong Dac Biet ). The ARVN special forces was modelled on their U.S. counterparts and also wore the green beret.
ARVN X-Framed Racksack This racksack was designed by the US Combat Development Test Centre for issue to members of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN). The racksacks where issued between 1964 to 1970. The racksack saw limited use by US troops, especially amongst special forces. This is a X-frame example is in excellant condition.
ARVN X-Framed Racksack This X-framed racksack was developled by the U.S. Combat Developments and Test Center in 1961 for the South Vietnamese army. The racksack went into produced in August 1964 and continued in use to the fall of Saigon. The ARVN racksack was also used by U.S. forces, especially by U.S. special forces until the Tropical issue racksack in 1968/69.
Aserbeidshanian Legion This is a machine-woven example of the Aserbeidshanian Legion. The legion was formed in 1942 and a national shield was in the autumn of that same year.
Assault Engineer's Pouch This is a assault engineer's left had pouch, which would have contained two 1kg explosive charges. The pouch has a little damage in the form of a hole on the front and one of the flaps torn off the 7.92mm rifle ammunition compartment. The inside of the front flap is "RB" numbered.
Australian Army Jumper This is an Australian Army jumper which is identical to the pattern as worn by the British Army. This example is dated 1942, and has some minor moth damage to the back. The jumper is size stamped 34".
Australian Battle Dress Blouse This is in fact a post-war dated example 1952 and was produced by \" C.J.WILSON PTY. LTD. The blouse is size stamped 11 and would be ideal for re-enactment.
Australian MKIII Flare Pistol This is a 1941 MKIII Australian made flare pistol which has the maker's initials "CSR" and was produced in Sydney. Australian MKIII made flare pistols are very rare, the most common are Webley produced examples which tend to be WW1 dated. U,K.Sales Only
Austrian Boxed Inert 8mm Rifle Ammunition This is rare 10 round cardboard box containing two five round clips of inert Austrian 8mm rifle ammunitionf for use with the Mannlicher rifle. The cardboard box still retains it's paper label and dated 1937. The actual rounds are dated 1938. U.K.Sales Only.
Austrian Boxed Inert 8mm Rifle Ammunition This is Austrian inert 8mm rifle ammunition with it's original cardboard box and was produced affter the German anexation of Austria on 2nd March 1938 ( Anschluss ). The box contains two five round clips, the box and charger clips are all waffenampted and dated 1939. After Anschluss the Austrian Army was incorparated into the Wehmracht and where issued German weapons. Austria also started to manufacture German weapons. However it still produced 8mm ammunition for it's allies as they still used the Mannlicher pattern rifles such as Hungary and Italy. Making Third Reich era produced Austrian 8mm rifle ammunition with their orignal boxes extremely rare. U.K.Sales Only.
Austrian Boxed Inert 8mm Rifle Ammunition This is a boxed inert 8mm Austrian rifle ammunition which was manufactured after the German anexation of Austria on 2nd March 1938 ( Anschluss ). The box and charger clips are waffenampted , the box and rounds are dated 1938. After Anschluss the Austrian army was incorporated into the Whermacht and Austria started to manufacture German weapons. However it still produced 8mm rifle ammunition for it allies such as Hungary and Italy, both of which used Mannlicher pattern rifles, making Third Reich boxed Austrian produced 8mm rifle ammunition extremely rare. U.K.Sales Only.
Austrian Boxed Inert 8mm Rifle Ammunition This is a very rare cardboard box containing two five round clips of inert Austrian 8mm ammunition for the Mannlicher rifle. The box retains it's paper label with Third Reich waffenampt stamp and dated 1939. The actual inert rounds are dated 1938. U.K.Sales Only
Austrian Entrenching Tool This is a Austrian entrenching tool which has a faint maker's stamp and faint 1937 date. Austrian E-tools where used by the Wehrmacht when Austria became part Nazi German under Anchluss ( Annexation of Austria ) in 1938. The nandle has four marks, which may be kill markings, as straight entrenching where also used for close combat fighting.
Austrian-Hungarian Mannlicher M95 Cavalry Carbine This is the M95 cavalry carbine verision of the Mannlicer M95 rifle which was the standard service weapon of the Habsburg empire. The Cavalry carbine was issued to specialist troops such Cavalry, artillery, signals and motor transport troops. This exampe was produced by Steyr and is in excellant condition. The barrel and stock are both stamped with the letter "S" which identifies this weapon fired the "Spitzer-Patrone" ( Shaped Cartridge ). U.K.Sales Only
Austrian-Hungarian Mannlicher M95 Rifle This is a Austrian-Hungarian model 95 rifle, which was used by thouught the Habsburg empire. In 1897 the Bulgaria adopted the M95 as it's main serivce rifle and was also used by the Italians during WW2 which they received in 1919 and 1920 as part of WW1 reparation. This example is in fair condition and comes with it's original leather sling and was produced by "STEYR". U.K.Sales only.
Austrian/Hungarian M1874 Bayonet. This is a nice example of the M1874 bayonet used by the Austrian/Hungarian empire. This example was manufactured by "Waffenfabrik Steyr" and dated 1881.U.K.Sales Only
Austro-Hungarian Steyr-Hahn Model 1911 Semi-Auto Pistol A very nice example of a Austro-Hungarian Steyr-Hahn Model 1911 pistol, which is a commerical model of the M1912. The model M1912 was adopted by the Austro-Hungarian army in 1912 and remained in service with the Austrian and Hungarian armies to 1945. Over a quarter of a million where rebarrelled to the German 9mm parabellum round when the Austrian army was absorbed into the Wehrmacht in 1938. This example was commerically produced for Chile and has the Chilean coat of arms on the left-side of the slide. The right-side of the slide is marked "Ejercito de Chile" ( Property of Chile ). It is matching numbered and dated 1912. U.K.Sales Only
Autographed AK47 By Gen. Mikhail Timofeevich Kalashnikov A extremely rare opportunity to own a AK47 assault rifle which was actually handled and autographed by it's inventer General Mikhail Timofeevich Kalashnikov. General Kalashinkov came to the United Kingom in 2004 as part of a promotion for the Kalashnikov Joint Stock Vodka company to promote their Kalashnikov vodka. The brewery arranged a live firing advent at Bisley National Rifle Association, as part of the promotion of the Vodka. The brewery asked Mr Gary Howard of GHQ Militaria to arrange the advent with General Kalashnikov firing two AK47's. Which the General was asked to since both weapons, which he kindly autographed and dated 25th September 2004. The weapon comes with all the provenance confirming, the weapon which is being sold, was handled by General Kalashnikov in the form of a letter from Mr Gary Howard of GHG Militaria. A copy of the Bisley/NRA booking form with the General's name, which also includes his wife, grandson and Mr John.C.Florey, managing director of the Kalashnikov Joint Stock Vodka Company. It also comes with copies of photographs of the General firing the AK's and autographing the two weapons. Also a copy of a autographed photograph of the General. Plus an article about the General at Bisley and a brief history about the General himself. The actual weapon is a Russian manufactured AK47, which is dated 1972 and also comes in a nice wall hanger with a brass plaque. The weapon was deactivated on 29th April 2013. U.K.Sales Only.
Auxiliary Cruisers War Badge This is a excellant example of the Auxiliary cruisers war badge which was awarded to auxiliary cruisers for sinking large losses of enemy tonnage. This example is non-maker marked.
Auxiliary D-Ring This is auxiliary D-ring which allowed an individual soldier to attached additional equipment to their field gear.
Auxiliary Military Police Armband This is a late war printed verison of an auxiliary military police armband.
Auxiliary Police Armband This a printed version of an auxiliary police armband.
Auxiliary Police Armband This is an example of the armband worn by auxiliary police. The inscription reads \"hilfsgendarmerie\" ( Police Helper ).
AVRN Paratroopers Helmet This is a U.S. M1 helmet with paratroopers liner supplied to the South Vietnamese army. The helmet is late 1940's vintage which has had a the chinstrap replaced. The liner is with a WW2 manufactured by Westinghouse, which has also been restrapped for Vietnam.
AVRN Special Forces Recon Badge This is a extremely rare Sout Vietnamese army, special forces reconnaissane badge. The top of the badge has the words "Truosong Son". Which is a region in Vietnam. The bottom of the badge also has the words "Recon Team".
Bakelite Signal Cartridge Container This is a september 1940 dated bakelite signal cartridge container, which could hold uptil six signal cartridges. The container comes with three spent signal cartridges the label designation "Sternsignalpatr" indicates that the cartridges are Star bursts.
Bakelite Torch This is a rare bakerlite torch made by Zeiler and has the serial number 4848. This example has the green and red leneses.
Bakerlite MK1 March Compass This is a very good example of a bakerlite MK1 March compass. Which is in working condition.
Bakerlite Torch This is a bakerlite torch manufactured by "Zeiler". The torch has two coloured filter lenses green and red. The torch would be button to the tunic when carried in the field. The top leather button attachment has been torn away. However the lower part is intact.
Bakerlite Torich This is a very nice example of a bakerlite torch manufactured by "ZEILER". The torch has the contract number "4848", green and red lenses. The leather button strap is intact at both ends.
Balkan Shield This is an extremely rare Balkan shield which was institued in January 1945 and was award to personal who were engaged in holding the Red Army and fighting the partisans in the Balkan region. Approximately 250 shields were awarded, mainly to members of the Prinz Eugen Division. ( see German WW2 Medals by Christopher Ailsby, page 113 ). The shield appears to have been removed from a tunic the reverse has rusted, however it does retain its paper label.
Beanie Wool Cap This is a rather used beanie wool cap which became standard issue in February 1942 and was worn under the M1 helmet.
Belgium Browning Hi-Power Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Belgian Browning hi-power which has a alloy frame and Beglian police markings "GVC 312" ( Genderarmerie Motorcycle Police ) and dated 1984.The slide is marked "Fabrique Nationale Herstal Belgique". This example is matching numbered. U.K.Sales Only
Belgium Browning Hi-Power Semi-Auto Pistol This is a very good example of a Belgian Browning Hi-power which has Belgian police markings "GV" ( Police Control Number Code ). The weapon is matching numbered, the slide is marked "Fabrique Nationale Herstal Belgique" and has the double sided safety. U.K.Sales Only
Belgium Browning Model 1900 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a nice example of a Browning Model 1900 semi-auto pistol, which was the first of John Browning's successful pistols and the first to be made by Fabrique Nationale of Herstal. This example is totally matching numbered.
Belgium Custom Browning Hi-Power Semi-Auto Pistol This is a very nice example of a custom Belgium made Browning Hi-Power pistol. The sights have been modified the grips are rubber and the slide release has been simplified to allow a quick field strip. This example was made as a export as it is stamped "Browning Arms Company, Morgan, Utah & Montreal " The slide is also marked "Fabrique Nationale d'armes Guerre Herstal" U.K.Sale only.
Belgium FN 24/30 Mauser Stock This is a short stock for the Belgium FN24/30 police carbine.
Belgium FN1924 Bayonet This is a Belgium FN1924 bayonet, which was widely export. The bayonet was copied by Yugoslavia and was also designated the M1924. U.K.Sales Only.
Belgium FN49 Self Loading Rifle ( Pre 1995 Deactivation ) This is a Belgium military issue FN49 self loading rifle and not one of the common Eyptian export examples. The FN49 was designed before WW2, but was shelved during the German occupation, appearing to catch the immediate postwar market for self loading rifles. The rifle was manufactured by "Fabrique Nationale d'armes de Guerre" and is dated 1952. U.K.Sales only.
Belgium FN49 Self-Loading Rifle ( Old Spec Pre 1995 ) This is a Belgium made FN49 self-loading rifle built as a contract for the Egyptian Military. The receiver is stamped "Fabrique Nationale d'arms de Guerre". The FN49 was designed before the outbreak of WW2 but was shelved during the German occuption. Appearing to catch the immediate post-war market for self-loading rifles. The butt has a brass disc and Arabic charactors. UK sales only.
Belgium M1 Helmet This is a Belgium M1 helmet, which would be ideal for WW2 or Vietnam re-enactment. The helmet has a 1980's U.S. made liner.
Belgium Pinfire Revolver This is a 7mm Belgium pinfire revolver with folding trigger and dates from the 1860's. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase an antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only
Belgium Pinfire Revolver This is a 7mm Belgium pinfire revolver with folding trigger. It has a good working action. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act. To purchase as a antique display piece.
Belgium/French Pinfire Double Barrelled Pistol This is a 11mm pinfire double barrelled pistol which could be Belgium or French made. It is in good condition with a dark brown patina. It has a good working action. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only.
Belgium/French Pinfire Double Barrelled Pistol This is a either a Belgium or French made 11mm pinfire double barrelled pistol, which is in excellant condition with a nice working action. No licence is required as it sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only.
Bicycle Valve Set A plastic box containing to bakerlite containers each holding a number of replacement bicycle valves. The box also contains two spare washers.
Binoculars A Eleitz Wetzlar manufactured binoculars, externally they are in perfect condition. However the optics do have black specks
Birkendahl Razor Blades A packet of Birkendahl razor blades.
Black Wound Badge This is a black wound badge, which has had the black paint removed to make it look like a gold wound badge.
Black Wound Badge This is a good example of a black wound badge.
Black Wound Badge This is a black wound badge with most of the black paint rubbed off. The black wound badge was awarded for individual soldiers who had received up to two wounds while in combat.
Blacket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A very good pair of Blacket lined mittens, which was mainly issued with the sentry coat.
Blanket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A good example of a pair of blanket lined fieldgrey mittens. The right mitten has two little holes one located in the middle of the palm and the other on the thumb. The left mitten has a tear on the thumb.
Blockade Runners Badge This is a very nice example of the war badge for blockade breakers ( Das Abzeichen fur Blockadebrecher ). The reverse of the badge is marker marked \"RICHARD FELIX, GABLENZ. a.d.n.\".
Blow Torch A good example of blow torch which would have been used by members of the Royal Engineers and the Royal Electicial Mechanical Engineers.
Body Armour This piece of armour was designed by the body protection commitee of the medical research council in early 1941. 5000 sets were tested postively by troops in North Africa and in April 1942 it was approved and put into production. Around 200.000 sets were produced by only 80,000 were issued. 65,000 went to the RAF and 15,000 went to the army. The majority of which were issued to airborne forces. The armour is made of three pieces of magnanese steel 1mm thickness. The backpanel protected the liver, lungs and spinal column. The upper front panel protected the heart, aorta and lungs, while the bottom front panel protected the wearer\'s belly. This example is in facted a 1953 dated Belgium example which is identical to the British versions except for the colour and the revits which are put in from the other side. The British versions are Khaki in colour, while the Belgium versions are light green. The mannequin in the photograph is to show how the armour looks when worn and is not part of the sale.
Body Armour This piece of armour was designed by the body protection committee of the medical research council early 1941. 5000 sets were tested postively by troops in North Africa and in April 1942 it was approved and put into production. Around 200,000 sets were produced but only 80,000 were issued. 65,000 went to the RAF and 15,000 to the army. The majority of theser were issued to airborne forces. The armour was made of three pieces of manganese steel of 1mm thickness. The backpanel protected the liver, lungs and spinal coloum. The upper front panel protected the heart,aorta and lungs, while the bottom front panel protected the wearer\'s belly. This is example is in fact a 1953 dated Belgium produced example the only difference between the British and Belgium versions are that the Belgium ones are light green and the revets are put in from the other side. The British versions are Khaki in colour. The Belgiums are also becoming rare in their own right. The mannequin in the photograph is to show how the armour looks when worn and is not part of the sale.
Body Armour This piece of body armour was designed by the body protection committee of the Medical Research Council in early 1941. 5000 sets were tested positively by troops in North Africa and in April 1942 it was approved and put into production. Around 200,000 sets were produced but only 80,000 issued. 65,000 went to the RAF and 15,000 to the army. The majority of these were issued to airborne forces. The armour was made of three pieces of manganese steel of 1mm thickness. The back panal protected the liver, lungs and spinal coloum. The upper front panel protected the heart, asorta and lungs, while the bottom front panel protected the wearer\'s belly. This example is in fact a 1953 dated Belgium made version the only difference between the wartime British and Belgium versions is the colour. The Belgium is light green, British Khaki and the rivets are put in on the other side. The Belgium versions are also becoming extremely rare in their own right. The half mannequin is to show how the armour looks when worn and is not part of the sale.
Body Armour Instruction Manual This is U.S.Army manual on the use and care of the Fragmentation Protective Body Armour. The manual is dated 22nd August 1963.
Body/Foot Powder This is a small carboard container of body/foot powder produced by Dr. Arthur Kopp KG, Leipzig, with the company name "Vasenol-Werke". This container is still sealed and was made for the Waffen-SS, which is identified by the SS packaging stamp.
Bomber Clasp This is a bronze grade bomber clasp which was awarded for 20 combat missions. This example has the maker code \"R.S.S.\"
Bottle Of Medical Spirit An empty bottle of medical spirit which has been stencilled with the following. \" Vollstandig vergallter. Branntwein. Brennspiritus herabgesetzt auf 70%. The bottle is dated and maker marked \" Sauer & Co Leipzig 1941\".
Bottle of Medical Spirit A empty of bottle of medical spirit. The bottle stencilled with the following. \" Vollstandig vergallter. Branntwein. Brennspirtus herabgesetzt, auf 70%\". The bottle is dated and marker marked \"Sauer & Co Leipzig 1941\".
Boxed Vietnam Service Medal This is a un-issed Vietnam service medal still in it's original box and dated 1969.
Brass Button Board This is a bras button board used to polish brass buttons.
Brass Button Board This is a brass button board used to polish brass buttons. This example marker marked "J.R.G & S", dated 1966. However it is exactly the same pattern as used in WW1 and WW2.
Brass Button Polisher This is a bras button polisher which is maker marked "J.R.G.& S. The button polisher is also War Department marked and dated 1955.
Breadbag Strap A police issue breadbag strap.
Breadbag Strap This is a breadbag strap which would have been used to allow a soldier to carry his breadbag over his shoulder. The breadbag strap was more commonly used as a helmet band to allow foliage to be attached as camouflage to the helmet.
Bren Gun Cleaning Rod & Brush This is a Bren gun cleaning rod and brush. The rod and brush would be part of the accessories found in either the spare barrel pouch or transit box.
Bren Gun Magazine A Bren gun magazine.
Bren Gun Manual This is a reprint for a wartime training manual on the use of the Bren gun and it's mount.
Bren Gun Spare Barrel Pouch This is a Bren gun spare barrel pouch.
Bren Gun Spare Parts Wallet This is a Canadian manufactured Bren gun spare parts wallet with contents. Consisting of pull-through, take down too, oil bottle, spare-parts box with contents.
Bren Gun Spare Parts Wallet This is a Canadian manufactured Bren gun spare parts wallet with contents. Which consists of a take down tool, spare parts box, with various items, pull-through and a "F&S" marked oil bottle.
Bren Gun Training Manual This is a Bren gun training manual showing published by Gale & Polden, Limited.
British 1943 pattern Gasmask & Bag This is an un-issued British light weight gasmask and bag which was sold to Denmark after WW2 by the British government. The mask has been stamped with the Danish crown, however all British markings remain. The mask was manufactured in 1943 and has an issue date of 1944. The filter is dated 1944 with an issue date of 1955.
British L37A1 General Purpose Machine Gun & Mount This is a rare British L37A1 General Purpose Machine gun ( GPMG ) which offficially has been replaced by the L86A1 light support Weapon, however still remains in service with the British Army, resulting in very, very few being released for private sell and deactivation. The L37A1 is actually a armoured fighting vehicle gun, however it was designed to be used as a standard support weapon in emergency. This example is in excellant conditiion dated 1967 and manufactured by the Royal Small Arms Factory, Enfield. The weapon comes with it's British made L7A1 mount which is dated 1968 and is in un-issued condition, ammunition tin and 100 rounds of inert belted 7.62mm ammunition. U.K.Sales Only
British No32 MK1 Revolver ( Pre 1995 Deactivation ) This is a pre-1995 deactivated No32, MK1 revolver with clear cylinders. This example was produced by "Enfield" and dated 1932. The revolver is also marked with War Department markings. U.K.Sales Only
British & German Union of Facists Cased Badge This is an extremely rare pre-war manufactured circular badge measuring 27mm diameter, decorated with the swastika and union jack in coloured enamels. The badge is inscribed \" Ring Fur Deutsch-Britisch Freundschaft. The badge was to commermorate the union between British and German facists. The reverse of the badge is maker marked \"Deschler & Sohn\" and contained in its original fitted case with black velvet and silk lining.
British .455 MKVI Revolver Holster This is a brown leather holster for the .455 MKVI revolver.
British 08 Pattern Small Pack This is a 08 pattern small pack which has been blancoed and has had a field repair to the front and back.
British 08 Pattern Webbing Belt This is a blancoed British 08 pattern webbing belt with all its brass fittings.
British 08 Webbing Set A set of British 08 webbing consisting of cross-straps, belt and ammunition pouches. The right hand-side pouch retaining studs are missing, however this does not spoil the look of the pouches when displayed. The belt is maker marked "M.E.CO" and dated 1919.
British 08 Webbing Set A set of 08 blancoed webbing consisting of cross-straps, belt and ammunition pouches. The ammunition pouches have War Departments arrrow stamps and the belt is unit marked "R.A.S.C." ( Royal Army Service Corps ).
British 1908 Pattern Small Pack This is an un-blanco 1908 pattern small pack which is dated 1913. What appears to be a service number has been painted on the back and the carrying strap looks to be a 1937 pattern with faint markings.
British 1913 Pattern Bayonet The British 1913 pattern bayonet which was produced for the United Kingdom by the U.S. for the 303in P14 rifle. This particular example was manufactured by "Remingtion and is dated July 1917. The right side of the ricasso shows the British inspectors marking consisting of an arrow, crown over the number "33". U.K.Sales Only.
British 1913 Pattern Bayonet & 1939 Pattern Bayonet Frog. This is a U.S. made British 1913 pattern bayonet for use with the British 303" P14 rifle. The ricasso shows that the bayonet was manufactured by "Remington" in April 1917 and has the inspectors mark consisting of an arrow, crown over the letter "S" and a capital "A", showing that the bayonet was inspected in America. It has a standard British MKII scabbard and a 1939 pattern leather bayonet frog manufactured by "GARSTIN" and dated 1940. U.K.Sales Only
British 1913 Pattern Bayonet & 1939 Pattern Leather Frog This is a British 1913 pattern bayonet which was manufactured by the U.S company Remington and dated May 1917. The 1913 pattern bayonet was for the British P14 rifle. The right side of the ricasso shows the "X" bending mark, which means that the blade has passed proofing. The inspectors markings consisting of a arrow, crown over the number 2 and the letter "A", which shows the bayonet was inspected in America. The bayonet comes with the 1939 pattern leather bayonet frog, which was issued to Homeguard units. U.K.Sales Only.
British 1943 Pattern Gasmask & Bag This is an un-issued British light weight gasmask and bag which was sold to Denmark after WW2 by the British government. The mask has been stamped with the Danish crown, however all British markings remain. The mask and filter are both dated 1944. The filter has also a 1955 issue stamp.
British 2 Pounder Shell Case This is a British 2 Pounder brass shell case which is dated 1941. U.K.Sales Only
British 303 Drill Round Clip This is a British five drill round clip. The rounds are all dated 1952 and where made for drill purposes only. U.K. Sales only.
British 303 Inert Rifle Ammunition This is a post-war five round clip of inert 303 rifle ammunition, which was also used for the Bren gun. U.K.Sales Only.
British 303 No4 MK1 Rifle This is a good example of a British made 303 No4 MK1 rifle which is dated 1942. The No4 replaced the SMLE in 1942. This example still retains the early rounded cocking piece. U.K.Sales Only
British 303 No4 Rifle This is a U.S. produced 303 No4 rifle ( Savage ). Which was part of the Lend-Lease agreement between the U.S. and the U.K. This example is dated 1942 the top of the receiver is marked " U.S. Property" with adjustable rear sight. UK Sales only.
British 303 No4 Rifle A good example of a British 303 No4 rifle which was introduced into the British forces in 1941. This example is not dated and has the adjustable rear sight. U.K. Sales only.
British 303 No4T Sniper Rifle This is a very good example of a British sniper rifle known as the No4T. The rifle is dated 1941, with the correct early cocking piece. The scope is marked "TEL.STG.No32.MKI, H.B.M.C, OS 466A, REG, No 3941" and has been stamped with the War Department arrow. U.K.Sales only.
British 303 SMLE Rifle A good example of a British 303 SMLE rifle which is dated 1918 and was manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Factory ( BSA ). The butt has a unit stamp and various inspection markings. The stock is also stamped with inspection markings. U.K.Sales only.
British 37 Pattern Webbing Revolver Holster This is a un-issued 37 pattern webbing holster for the following revolvers. Webley MKIV, Enfield and Albion No2 and the Smith & Wesson Victory revolver. This example is dated 1942 and was produced by "FINNIGANS LTD".
British 37 Pattern Webbing Revolver Holster This is a un-issued 1942 dated 37 pattern webbing holster for the following revolvers. Webley MKIV, Enfield and Albion No2 and Smith & Wesson Victory revolvers. This example is maker marked "B.LTD".
British 37 Pattern Webbing Revolver Holster This is a 37 pattern webbing revolver holster which would have held either the Webley MKIV, No2 Enfield or Albion and the Smith & Wesson Victory revolvers. This example is un-issued marker marked "MW&S.LTD", dated 1943.
British 37 Pattern Webbing Revolver Holster This is a un-issued 37 pattern webbing revolver holster for the following revolvers. Webley MKIV, Enfield and Albion No2 and Smith & Wesson revolvers. This example was produced by "BHG LTD" and dated 1942.
British 3rd Pattern Commando Fighting Knife This is a good example of a 3rd Pattern commando fighting knife manufactured by "William Rogers, Sheffield". The leather scabbard is marked "LO". U.K.Sales Only
British 3rd Pattern Commando Fighting Knife This is a 3rd pattern commando fighting knife, which has suffered corrison to the blade. The leather scabbard has lost its end brass tip. The knife was manufactured by "William Rogers, Sheffield". U.K.Sales Only
British 3rd Pattern Commando Fighting Knife This is an excellant example of a 3rd pattern commando fighting knife manufactured by "William Rogers, Sheffield". U,K.Sales Only
British 40mm Shell Case This is a 40mm brass shell case, which is dated 1943. U.K.Sales Only
British 58 Pattern Webbing ( Complete ) A full set of un-issued 58 pattern webbing except for the poncho harness which has been previously used. The webbing consists of large pack, yoke, belt, a pair of ammunition pouches, waterbottle pouch, kidney pouches, poncho harness and auxiliary strap. The webbing is mostly dated late 1980\'s.
British 81" Practice Mortar Round This is a very good example of a practice British 81" mortar Round. U.K.Sales Only.
British 81mm Mortar Transit Container This is a British transit container which would carry two 81mm mortar bombs.
British Armed Forces Behaviour Aid Booklet This is a British armed forces behaviour aid booklet for Germany and was publish in November 1944. It is extremely interesting to read which gives you insight on the attitude of the British Government and her allies towards the Germans at the time. The book deals with the then Governments view on "What the Germans are Like" and "What the Germans think of us". The boolet has a number of helpful phrases in German.
British Army 9mm Inert Blank Rounds Extremely rare and find, seven British army 9mm inert blank rounds, which are coded "L18A1". The rounds have black plastic heads which allowed Sterling Submachine guns and 9mm Browning Hi-Powered pistols to be used without a Blank Firing attachement. The rounds are dated 1986. U.K.Sales only.
British Army Boxed 9mm Pistol Spent Rounds This is a modern green British army plastic box which contains 48 spent pistol 9mm rounds. The box would actually contain 50 9mm rounds. U.K.Sales Only
British Army Clothes Brush A pair of un-issued clothes brushes, which are dated 1944. The brushes are war department marked, made of bristle, fibire and bone. The brushes where produced by the Briton Brush Company Limited.
British Army Clothes Brush A pair of un-issued clothes brushes which are dated 1944. The brushes are war department marked, made of bristle, fibire and bone. The brushes where produced by the Briton Brush Company Limited.
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issed clothing brushes which are dated 1944. The brushes are made of bristle, fibire and bone by the Brition Brush Company Limited. The brushes are war department marked.
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issued clothes brushes which are dated 1943 and war department marked. The brushes where produced by "ENG" and are made of bristle, fibire and whalebone.
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issued clothes brushes which are dated 1943 and war department marked. The brushes are made of bristle, fibre and whalebone. The brushes where produced by "ENG".
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issued 1944 dated clothes brushes which are war department marked. The brushes are made of bristle, fibre and bone and where produced by the Briton Brush Company Limited.
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issued clothes brushes which are dated 1943 and are war department marked. The brushes where produced by "ENG" and are made of bristle, fibrie and whalebone.
British Army Clothes Brushes A pair of un-issued clothes brushes which are dated 1943, war department marked. The brushes where produced by "ENG" and are made of bristle, fibre and whalebone.
British Army Drivers Goggles A set of un-issued British army drivers goggles still in their cardboard box. The lid of the box is marked "LV.6 MT.1 BRN. D/R QTY 1" The box is also dated 1943 and has the War Department arrow.
British Army File Tool This is a British army issue file, which has been stamped with the War Department arrow.
British Army Gasmask & Haversack A good condition black rubber British army gasmask dated 1940 with its original haversack.
British Army Inert 37mm Baton Round This is a inert 37mm baton round which was fired from the British army Federal Riot Gun. U.K.Sales Only
British Army Jungle Green Shirt This is a large size British army jungle green shirt. The shirt is in condition and still retaining it's epaulettes and it's size label. However the actual size marking is washed out. It is approximately a size 46" to 48" chest.
British Army Jungle Green Shirt This is a large British army jungle shirt, which is approximately a size 46" to 48" chest. The shirt has some slight fraying to the collar, however this does not spoil the overall look.
British Army Leather Jerkin This is a British army leather jerkin. The jerkin retains it's maker's label, however this is washed out. The wool surge lining has suffered with some moth damage however this has been repaired.
British Army MKIII Riot Helmet This is a British army MKIII Helmet with the riot visor attached. This is a very symbolic of the troubles in Northern Ireland during the 1970's and early 1980's. The visor attachement is dated 1972 and the liner is dated 1977 and has the initials of the maker "R.M.LTD".
British Army Officer Rank Pips A pair of British army officer rank pips which have the colour backing of cambridge blue for Army Air Corps, Glider Pilot Regiment, Parachute Regiment and the Army Education Corps.
British Army Officer\'s Rain Coat This is a fair example of a British army officer\'s rain coat, which was made by \"REGGANWEAR GARMENTS\".The coat has frayed around the collar and cuffs.
British Army Personal Mine Extraction Kit This is a current issue British army personal mine extraction kit which contains a mine prodder, day light route marking system ( Red, Suspect, White Safe ). Night route marking system, red cylaumes ( suspect ), green cylaumes ( safe ), trip wire feeler and aide memoir.
British Army Saw This is a unissued British army saw, still wrapped in it's grease proof paper.
British Army Scissors This a British army issue tool scissors which has the makers code "EC11". The scissors have also been stamped with the letter "D" and have a very faint War department arrow.
British Army Stoneware S.R.D Jug This is a British army stoneware S.R.D jug. The S.R.D. abbreviation stands for "Service Rum Diluted". However it had two unofficial names "Soon Runs Dry" and "Seldom Reaches Destination". This example is in excellant condition without any cracks or chips and was made in Glasgow.
British Army Waterbottle This is un-issued example of a army waterbottle with late-war carrier which was favoured by airbornes forces for its easier access.
British Army Waterbottle This is a un-issued waterbottle with late-war carrier which was favoured by airborne forces for its easier access.
British Army Waterbottle This is a army waterbottle with late-war webbing carrier.
British Army Wired Tape Measure This is a British army wired tape measure which extends to 50ft. The tape measure was manufactured by "John Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, England". The brass wender is marked with the War Department arrow.
British Bren Gun Tool Key Set This is a set of special key which is part of the Bren gunners pouch contents. The keys allowed the gunner to push out various retaining pins.
British Camouflage MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is a 1944 dated British MKII paratrooper helmet which has the maker's initials "BMB" ( Briggs Motor Bodies ). The helmet has about 40% camouflage paint remaining, which is tan and green. The helmet is size stamped 7.3/8.
British Commando 3rd Pattern Fighting Knife A good example of the 3rd pattern British commando fighting knife which is marked by the manufacturer, R.Cooper, Sheffield, England. The brown leather scabbard is in good condition, however the elastic retaining strap has frayed.U.K.Sales Only
British Commando Dagger This is a commando dagger 3rd pattern, used by British Commando's and paratrooper during WW2. This examle is actually post-war issueThe blade is marked "J.Nowell & Sons, Sheffield, England, Established AD1700" which also has the symbol of crossed keys. The hand grip is also marked with crossed keys. The leather scabbard is has been stamped with "Sheffield, England. U.K.Sales Only
British Costal Command Type-C Wired Flying Helmet This is a British Costal Command Type-C wired flying helmet. This example is in a very used condition, the cable wiring still retains it's contract label and has a War Department stamp.
British Enfield MKVI Revolver ( Early Spec ) This is a very nice example of Enfield MKVI revolver which is dated 1924. This was the standard sidearm used by British officers during the Great War. U.K.Sales only.
British Fascist Propaganda Badge This is a rare British facist propaganda badge which has the inscription "NATIONAL-SOCIALIST-N.9.S." The design of the badge is copied from the German version.
British G.S. Sidecap This is a good example of a General Service sidecap which is dated 1942 and was produced by "L.Siberston & Sons". The cap is size stamped 6.3/8. It is also stamped with the War Department marking.
British G.S. Sidecap This is a 1940 dated example of a General Service side cap which was produced by "L.SIBERSTON & SONS". The cap is size stamped 6.5/8.
British G.S.Sidecap This is a 1942 dated General Service sidecap, which was produced by "J.COLLETT LTD" and is size stamped 6.5/8. The cap has suffered with some fraying on one side.
British Inert 155mm Cut-Away Shell This is a inert 155mm cut-away shell for instructional use. U.K.Sales Only. Due to the weight of the shell collection only, which can be arrange at one of the militaria fairs which we regularly attend.
British Inert 4.55mm Revolver Ammunition Six inert .455" British revolver ammunition. U.K.Sales Only
British Inert 5.56 Nato Ten Round Clip This is a British inert 5.56 Nato ten round clip. U.K.Sales only.
British Inert Gunfire L18A2 Simulator This inert L18A2 gunfire simulator, which would be loaded into the 40mm cannon to sumulate gunfire. It would produce a flash and sound. The L18A2 was for use with Armoured Fighting Vehicles only. U.K.Sales Only.
British Inert No24 MKII Rifle Grenade This is an inert British No24 MKII, Smooth body rifle grenade used during WW1 and fired from the 303 SMLE rifle. U.K.Sales Only.
British Inert No68 Anti-Tank Grenade This is a rare inert British No68 anti-tank grenade which would have been fired from launcher cup, which would have been attached to the rifle. The grenade still retains it's safety pin with tab and is dated 1942. U.K.Sales Only
British Inert No69 Grenade This is a British bakerlite inert No69 grenade, which was used throughtout WW2. The No69 grenade was designed to have a smaller destructive radius than the No36 grenade. This example is dated 1940. U.K.Sales only.
British Inert No69 Grenade This is a good example of a Bakerlite British WW2 No69 grenade, which was used throughout WW2. The No69 grenade was designed to have a smaller destructive radius than the No36 Grenade. This example is dated 1940. U.K.Sales only.
British King's Crown Dove Tail Bren Gun & Transit Case This is a Enfield manufactured dove tail Bren which is stamped with the "King's Crown" and dated 1939. The Bren gun has telescopic legs, moveable barrel release handle. The butt and receiver are both matching numbered. The weapon comes in a transit case which is marked "DRILL PURPOSE" and has the letter "A" painted on the top. The magazine is stamped "MK1". U.K.Sales Only.
British L1A1 SLR & Trilux Sight ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ) This is a British L1A1 self-loading rifle, which comes with it's Trilux Infantry sight, which is in good working order. The L1A1 entered British army service in 1959 remaing in service with rear echelon units to the first Gulf war in 1991.U.K.Sales Only
British L1A3 SLR Bayonet This is a British L1A3 bayonet for the SLR rifle. The bayonet has been chromed for parade use. It is dated 1961 and was manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Company. U.K.Sales Only.
British L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun The L7A2 GPMG which entered service with the British army at the same time as the M60 machine gun entered service with the U.S. Army in the early 1960's. The rate of fire can be adjusted from 600 to 1000 rounds per minute. The L7A2 was supposed to be replaced by the Light Support Weapon L86A1, however it still in service with the British army today, resulting in very few being released for private sell and deactivation. The GPMG has remained with the British army for 50 years. This example is in mint condition and dated 1995. U.K.Sales Only
British L7A2 General Purpose Machine Gun This is a British L7A2 general purpose machine gun ( GPMG ) which has been officially replaced by the L86A1 light support weapon ( LSW ). However the British army felt that it needed the best weapons for the operations which it is involved and felt that the LSW was not the best weapon for the operations it was and still currently involved. Keeping the GPMG in service with the British army resulting in very few being released for private sale and deactivation. This example is in excellant condition dated 1969. U.K.Sales Only
British MK1 Bren Gun ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ) This is an Enfield produced MK1 Bren gun which is a pre-1995 deactivation and is fully field strippeable. This example is dated 1941, has the correct MK1 butt, which is REME marked ( Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers ), telescopic legs and a early fluted barrel. The locking pin for the receiver and lower half needs some minor attention, as it's missing it's spring clip which keeps the locking pin locked into place. U.K.Sales Only.
British MKII Helmet Shell This is a MKII helmet shell which is maker marked "BMB" ( Briggs Motor Bodies ). Ideal as a restoration project.
British MKII Helmet Shell This is a MKII helmet shell, which is dated 1943. Ideal as a restoration project.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet A very nice example of a 1944 dated MKII paratrooper helmet which was produced by "Briggs Motor Bodies " ( BMB ). The helmet is named to three paratroopers names, " Carragher. DVR, RASC". Carragher appears to have been a driver Royal Army Service Corps. He was probably attached to airborne forces. The second name written in the helmet is "Derrden".and the third name "Farnborough" The helmet is a large size 7.1/2. The webbing straps where introduced in February 1944.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is actually a post-war example which is identical to the war-time issue including the webbing chinstrap. The helmet has a ruff textured finish and dated 1971. The size of the helmet is 7.3/4 and has the makers code "C.W.L.". The original owners name and last three service numbers are written on the leather sweatband "DEAN 552". The rubber has harded and has started to brake away in a number of places.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is a good example of a 1943 dated British MKII paratrooper helment which has the maker's initials "BMB" ( Briggs Motor Bodies ). The helmet is quite a large size 7.3/4. The liner is also marked with the original owner's name Captain A.M.Hawker.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is in fact a post-war issue MKII paratrooper helmet which is dated 1961 and maker marked "C.C.L.". It is identical to the WW2 pattern helmet, the only difference is the date and a post-war maker. The webbing chinstrap was introduced in the February 1944. This example has the original owners name and the last three numbers of his service number "Johnson 190". He also appears to have dated the liner "June 1977". The helmet shell is ruff textured finish with traces coming away revealling the dark green paint underneath. It has also been marked with the owner's rank in the form of two corporal stripes on each side of the helmet. The crown pad is missing on the inside of the shell. The helmet is a size 7.1/2.
British MKII Paratrooper's Helmet This is in fact a 1950's produced British paratroopers helmet which is identical in everyway to WW2 made helmets except for the date. This example has a faint 1952 stamp and is marked C.W.L. 120-2933, and has a WD arrow. The helmet is also size stamped 7.1/4 and has a WW2 helmet net.
British MKII Paratroopers Helmet This is in fact a 1950's produced British paratroopers helmet, which is identical to the WW2 made helmets except for the date. 1950's made paratrooper helmets are becoming extremely hard to find, this example is dated 1953, and was produced by a wartime maker "BMB" (Briggs Motor Bodies) and is a size 7.1/4.
British MKIII Flare Pistol This is a all brass British MKIII flare pistol manufactured by Wolseley and dated 1918. The pistol has also been stamped with the letters "NZ", which identifies the pistol as one used by the New Zealand forces. UK Sales only.
British MKIII Helmet A good example of a British MKIII helmet which is in very good condition. There are no markings on the liner, however the number 77 has been painted on. The helmet size is approximately a 58 and the shell appears to have been repainted. The helmet net is standard British army issue.
British MKIV Webley Revolver ( Pre 1995 Deactivation ) This is a excellant example of a commerical produced MKIV .38 Webley revolver which was deactivated pre-1995 with clear cylinders. The commerically produced MKIV Webley revolvers are identical against the Military examples apart from the markings. The Military verison would be marked "War Finish".
British MKIV Webley Revolver ( War Finish ) A nice example of a British MKIV war finish webley revolver. The top of the frame is stamped "Webley & Scott Ltd". It is also stamped with acceptenance markings indicating that the revolver was proofed at Enfield. U.K.Sales Only.
British MKIV Webley Revolver ( War Finish ) This is a nice example of a MKIV war finish webley revolver. The top of the frame is marked "Webley & Scott Ltd". The right side of the frame as a number of acceptenace stampings. Indicating that it was proofed at "Enfield". U.K.Sales Only
British MKVI .455 Webley Revolver ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ) This is an excellant MKVI .455 Webley revolver which is dated 1918 and is matching numbered. The MKVI revolver was introduced into the British army in May 1915 and became the standard side army carried by officers, and specialist troops especially tunnel enginers. during the Great War U.K.Sales Only.
British Mortar Bomb This is an inert British 2" mortar bomb, with its transit bakerlite cap. I currently have a limited number in stock. U.K.Sales only.
British National Fire Service Helmet. The helmet has around 50% of the NFS decal remaining and about 20% District number decal remaining. This example is dated 1941 and is a size 7.1/2.
British No1 MKIII Grenade Launcher SMLE & Accessories This is a excellant grenader launcher example of a British No1 MKIII SMLE, with accessories, which consist of inert No5 MKI grenade with a cut-down rod ( Allowing it to fit into the deactivated barrel ), reproduction grenade launching cup and a Saunderson manufactured 07 bayonet dated June 1917. The original markings have been grounded off when the weapon was refurbished in 1951 by the Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley". The copper wire is not original but professionaly re-wrapped once the weapon had been deactivated. U.K.Sales Only.
British No1 MKIII Rifle This is a 1918 dated No1 MKIII rifle which was manufactured by "Enfield". The butt is stamped with a "WD" arrow within a circle. The weapon is in very good condition. U.K.Sales only.
British No1 MKIII Short Magazine Lee-Enfield Rifle This is a good example of a 1915 dated SMLE, which was manufactured by the "London Small Arms Company". This example has the correct round cocking piece for the date of manufacture. The SMLE was the standard Infantry rifle of the British army during WW1 and uptil 1942, when it was replaced the the 303 No4 rifle. U.K.Sales Only
British No1 MKIII SMLE Sniper Rifle This is a fantastic example of a WW1 British sniper rifle. The weapon is a No1 MKIII manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms ( BSA ) and dated 1913. The weapon has never had a magazine cut-off which was a common feature on pre-WW1 dated SMLE's. The scope is in excellant condition with good clear optics. The scope mounting brackets are patent numbered and dated 1915. The scope is maker marked, however i can not make out the first word as it is very faint. All i can read is "Company London". The weapon comes with an original period leather sling, five inert 303 rounds and a period brass oil bottle. U.K.Sales Only.
British No4 MK1 Flare Pistol This is a non-dated example of the webley No4 MK1 flare pistol which was used by air and armoured crews. UK sales only.
British No4 MK1 Flare Pistol This is a non-dated No4 MK1 flare pistol which was used by air and armoured crews. The right side of the barrel is marked with the letter "N". I believe stands for Northern Command which indicates that this example is a RAF issue. U.K.Sales Only
British No4 MK1 Rifle This is a good example of a British made No4 MK1 rifle which is dated 1945. U.K.Sales Only
British No4 MKII Bayonet This is a No4 MKII spiked bayonet for the British 303 No4 rifle and MKIV Sten gun. UK. Sales Only.
British No5 MK1 Bayonet 2nd Pattern This is a good example of a 1947 dated No5 MK1 bayonet 2nd pattern, which was introduced into the British Armed Forces during 1944 for use with the No5 rifle ( Jungle Carbine ). The No5 bayonet became the standard bayonet for the L2A3 submachine gun better known as the Stirling. U.K.Sales Only.
British Officer Trousers A good pair of officer trousers to be worn with the 4 pocket tunic.
British Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase British officers greatcoat belonging to a Lieutenant-colonel of the Royal Army Service Corps. The coat was made by Moss Bros & Co LTD, Covent Garden London. The coat still retains all its brass buttons with the Kings crown and has its unit flashs on each arm. The coat is approximately a size 40 to 42 chest.
British Officers Jeep Coat This is a very nice example of a mint British Officers jeep coat made of heavy wool. The coat has no makers label and is approximately size 38 to 40in chest.
British Officer\'s WW1 Compass This is a nice working example of a British army officer\'s private purchase compass made by J.Hicks, Hatton Gardens, London.The top cover of the compass has the original owners name ingraved \"B.Riddell\". The leather pouch is in worn condition and has the makers name \"Bukta\"
British P14 Rifle The P14 rifle was introduced into the British army on 21st June 1916 and was manufactured by a number of U.S. manufacturers. This example is stamped with the letters "RE" ( Remingtion ). The butt is also stamped with various British War Department stampings. After WW1 the P14 was placed into storage, however the rifle was taken out of storage and issued to British Homeguard units during WW2. The rifle was finally declared obsolete in July 1947. U.K.Sales Only
British Paratrooper Over Smock This is a Paratrooper's over smock which is also known as the 1942 pattern. This example is dated 1946, was produced by "Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd" and is size stamped "3". Unfortunately the zipper is broken, however this can be replaced. There are also some minor rips, but nothing to spoil the overall look of the smock.
British Paratroopers Beret Badge This is a nice example of a paratrooper regiments beret badge, with King\'s crown.
British Paratroopers Denison Smock This is a full-zip 2nd pattern paratroopers Denison smock, which was mainly worn by officers. The epualettes have the outline of the three rank pipes, showing that the original owner held the rank of Captain. The smock was actually manufactured in 1960, however the camouflage material and Newery press-studs are all WW2 vintage, indicating that the smock was made from WW2 surplus stock. The smock is size marked 3 and was produced by "B.N.C." The general condition is excellant.
British Paratroopers DPM Smock This is a British paratroopers DPM smock dating from the early 1990's. The right sleeve has the Union flag and the rank chevrons of a corporal. The right sleeve has the unit badge of a member of the HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corp ( ARRC ). The latin motto "AUDENTS FORTUNA IUVAT" translates to Fortune Favours the Bold.
British Red Cross Badges A pair of British Red Cross badges which was worn directly underneath the shoulder titles.
British Red Cross Shoulder Title & Badge This is a British Red Cross shouler title with Red Cross Badge
British Red Cross Shoulder Title & Badge This is a British Red Cross shoulder title and Red Cross badge, which is still attached to part of the Battledress sleeve material.
British Red Cross Shoulder Titles A pair of embroided British Red Cross Shoulder Titles
British SA80 Aasault RIfle Magazine This is a magazine for the British SA80 assualt rifle.
British SA80 Combination Tool This is a combination tool which is part of the cleaning kit for the British SA80 assault Rifle
British SA80 Oil Bottle This is a oil bottle, which is part of the cleaning kit for the British SA80 assault Rifle.
British SMLE 303 Rifle This is a 1938 dated Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle which was manufacured by "Birmingham Small Arms Company". This example has the magazine cut-off and the butt is stamped with the number 12. U.K.Sales Only.
British SMLE 303 Rifle This is a 1929 dated example of a SMLE rifle which was manufactured by "Birmingham Small Arms" and is identical to the WW1 examples. The SMLE was used by the British army to 1942 when it was finally replaced by the 303 No4 MK1 rifle. U.K.Sales Only
British SMLE No1 MKIII Rifle This is a 1928 dated example manufactured by Birmingham Small Arms Company. The stock has a grenade launcher re-enforcing bolt and also shows scars where the copper re-enforcing was positioned for grenade launching use. U.K. Sales Only.
British Sterling SMG Sling A sling for the British sterling submachine gun.
British Sterling SMG Sling This is the sling for the British Sterling submachine gun.
British Style WW1 Boots These boots are actually Royal Navy issue, which are ideal for use as a WW1 British or German ankle boot. The boots are unstudded and are size stamped 8.5.
British Ten Round Clip Inert 5.56mm Ammunitiion This is a ten round clip of British inert 5.56mm ammunition. U.K.Sales Only.
British Trench Art This is a candle holder made from a British 18 pounder shell. This example is dated 1917.
British Trench Art This is a piece of trench art made from a British shell case, which is dated 1916. U.K.Sales Only.
British Tropical Painted MKII Helmet An extremely nice example of a British ruff textured tropical painted MKII helmet for either the North African or Italian theatre of operations. The black marks on the top of the helmet is where another MKII hand been sitting leaving traces of it's liner. The liner and shell are both dated 1940 with the liner marker marked "BMB" ( Briggs Motor Bodies ). The chinstrap has a tear to it's right side.
British Unit Marked 1907 Pattern Bayonet This is a British Royal Marines ( R.M. ) marked 1907 pattern bayonet which is dated February 1918. The right side of the ricasso shows the "X" bending mark applied to show that the blade passed proofing. The bayoent was expected by "Enfield". U.K.Sales Only.
British Volley Sights Matching Numbered SMLE 303 Rifle This is a excellant example of a 1915 dated British SMLE 303 rifle which is totally untouched from when it was manufactured. It is matching numbered ( serial number 67703 ). It is extremely rare to find a matching numbered WW1 dated British SMLE rifle. The brass butt disc is regimental marked to the Gloucester Regiment. It has volley sights and a magazine cutt-off. The rifle was manufactured by B.S.A. ( Birmingham Small Arms Company ). U.K.Sales Only
British Webbing 303 Rifle Sling This is a non-dated webbing sling for the British 303 rifle.
British Webbing 303 Rifle Sling This is a non-dated webbing rifle sling for the British 303 rifle.
British WW1 Dated 303 Rifle Ammunition This is a five round clip of inert 1916 dated 303 rifle ammunition with a original WW1 charger clip. The charger clip has suffered with corrosion. I have included a picture of a WW1 charger on the left and WW2 charger clip on the right to compare the differences between the two patterns. WW1 dated 303 ammunition is extremely rare and hard to source. U.K.Sales Only.
British WW1 Dated Inert 303 Rifle Ammunition This is a 1917 dated five round clip of inert 303 rifle ammunition. The charger clip is WW2 pattern. WW1 dated 303 ammunition is extremely rare and very difficult to source. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Dated Inert 303 Rifle Ammunition This is a five round clip of inert 1915 dated 303 rifle ammunition with it's original WW1 charger clip. The charger clip has suffered with minor corrosion. I have including a picture of a WW2 pattern charger clip on the right and the WW1 on the left to compare the differences between WW1 and WW2 charger clips. WW1 dated 303 rifle ammunition is extremely rare and difficult to source. U.K.Sales Only
British WW2 dated 303 inert Rifle Ammunition I have a limited amount of 1940 dated British five round clips of inert 303 rifle ammunition, which would have also been used for the Bren gun. U.K.Sales Only
British. 1913 Pattern bayonet A nice example of British 1913 pattern bayonet which is dated Feburary 1918 and was manufactured in the U.S. by "REMINGTON". The bayonet 1913 pattern bayonet was used by the U.S. as the M1917 during WW1 and the British Home guard during WW2. The bayonet has War Department arrow over a crown with the number "7" above the letter "A" showing the bayonet was inspected in America, with the "X" bending inspection mark. The scabbard is stamped with a War Department arrow over a Crown, number "20" and the letter "D" .U.K.Sales Only
Bronze Drivers Badge Of Merit This is the bronze versio of the drivers badge of merit ( Kraftfahr-Bewahrungsabzeichen ). Which was instituted on 23rd October 1942 for military drivers who had distinguished themselves during periods of combat. This example is missing both its retaining material backing.
Bronze Tank Combat Badge A nice example of the Bronze Tank Combat badge, with about 50% of the bronze gilt remaining.
Browning Hi-Power Holster This is an un-blancoed example of a Browning Hi-Power holster which is dated 1945. The holster is missing its retaining strap, however this can be replaced. The metal fittings have rusted but this can be cleaned.
Bulgarian Adrian M15 Helmet This helmet was originally a WW1 French Adrian M15 which was sold to Yugoslavia in the 1920\'s. When Germany and her ally Bulgaria overrun Yugoslavia many M15 and M23 French original helmets where captured sent back to Bulgaria, where they where repainted and fitted with Bulgarian liners and chinstraps from the \"Darjavna Voenna Fabrika\" ( National Factory of Armament ). The stamp to the liner translates to \"DVF\" an abbreviation for the manufacturer located in Sofia. The symbol within the circle is that of a figure with a gas mask. These M15 and M23 helmets were all transferred to the Civil Defence and Air Defence units of the Bulgarian military, basically the Bulgarian equivalent of the German Luftschutz. The cyrillic letters painted on the front of the helmet translates to \" P.V.H.Z\" ( Protivovazdushna i Himimicheska Zashtita ) which means \"Air Defence\"
Bulgarian Ski Cap This is a mint example of an Bulgarian ski-cap. The cap has the Bulgrain Lion the cap\'s buttons have two crossed cannons indicating that the branch of service is Artillery. The lining is navy blue cotton with a leather sweatband. The material of the cap is heavy khaki wool. The cap is approximately a size 57.
Bundeswher Butterdish This is a Bundeswher issue butterdish, which is very similar to the Wehrmacht issue. The only difference is that the Bundeswher dishes are deeper and the colour. However it is ideal for re-enactment purposes.
Bunker Stall This is a wooden bunker stall. The seat of the stall has split in two places. However this does not spoil the actual look of the stall which still seems quite sturdy. The underneath of the stall is stamped "HU", which measns "ARMY PROPERTY".
Burn Bandage This is a burn bandage packet ( Brandbinde ), which would have been part of the contents of a vehicle first box, field surgeon's pack and also carried by medics.
Burn Ointment A small tin of burn ointment which is dated 1939.
Burn Ointment A small tin of burn ointment which is dated 1940
Burn Ointment A small tin of burn ointment which is dated 1939.
Bush Hat This is a rare French made bush hat which became popular item amongst U.S. forces during their period in Vietnam. This example is in very good condition except for a minor repair to the rim. The hat has its makers stamp and was made in Orleans and is a size 60
Butter Dish A Wehrmacht issue orange coloured butter dish.
Butter Dish A Wehrmacht issue orange coloured butter dish.
Butter Dish A Wehrmacht issue orange coloured butter dish.
Butter Dish A Wehrmacht issue orange coloured butter dish.
Cake Flavouring A packet of cake flavouring, which reads "Zum Backen Verwander bis.1.Juli 1944" ( Best before 1st July 1944 ).
Camouflage Army Single Decal M35 Helmet This is a very nice example of a M35 army camouflaged single decal helmet retaining the original owners name" Oberfeldwebel Saxler ". The helmet liner is size stamped " 59 " and the chinstrap has the makers stamp and dated 1938. The decal is approximately 75% remaining.
Camouflage Net This is a green and brown camouflage net which was normally worn as a scarf.
Camouflage Poucho This is a rare camouflage poucho, which was also used as a groundsheet. This example has a very faint 1940 date.
Camouflage Poucho Liner The camouflage poucho liner was introduced in 1969 made from polyester rip-stop parachute fabric and quilted. The design was unsatisfactory because when laundered the liner lost half of its thickness and became heavy when wet. This example still retains it's data label.
Camouflage Poucho Liner This is a very nice example of the camouflage poucher line which was introduced in 1969. This example is dated 1972.
Camouflage Poucho Liner The quilted camouflage poucho liner was introduced in 1969. This example is in excellant condition and retain's it's data label. However the label is can not be read.
Camouflage Poucho Liner This is a camouflage poucho liner, which the camouflage and data label have been washed out. It does not have any rips or holes. The camouflage liner was introduced in 1969. The Vietnam era liners are easy to identify, as they have a central seam.
Camouflage Special Forces Combat Vest This combat vest as used by U.S. special forces during the Vietnam War. The vest is made from the Vietnamese dapple comouflage better known as "duck hunting". Of interested is the four pockets, which made from a different camouflag pattern kwown as "Tiger Stripes"
Campaign Hat This is 1930\'s campaign hat, which has a officer\'s cords ( Black & Gold ) with another ranks U.S. coat of Arms. The chinstrap is missing. However the hat is in good condition with the original owners name written on the leather sweatband \" L.R.WEVER\".
Canadian Officers Battledress Blouse This is a 1945 dated Canadian BD blouse, which has the rank Lieutenant-Colonel. The blouse has a overseas ribbon bar and red regimental flashes on the epaulettes. The collar has been altered to allow the officer to where a shirt and tie. The blouse is in excellant condition.
Canadian 303 No4 Rifle This is a Longbranch manufactured 303 No4 rifle which is dated 1943. This example has some letters carved into the stock. Which i believe, to be the original owners initials. The rear-sight is missing some componets. The rifle also has the sniper screw found on No4T rifles. U.K.Sales Only
Canadian 303 No4 Rifle This is a canadian produced 303 No4 rifle, manufactured by "Longbranch" and dated 1943. This example is in excellant condition and is stamped with the number "42" on it's stock. U.K.Sales Only.
Canadian Battle Dress Blouse This is a nice example of a Canadian Battle Dress blouse which is dated July 1945 and was produced by \"TIP TOP TAILORS LTD\". The blouse has had medal rippons and unit insignia which as been removed. I believe the unit may have the Canadian paratroopers as the it is clearly visible that the jump wings have been removed from the right breast. The buttons on the epaulettes are missing, however these can easily be found. The blouse is size stamped 4.
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers A mint un-issued example of Canadian battle dress trousers which are dated May 1945. The trousers where manufactured by "S & G CLOTHING CO.LTD", are size stamped 33" to 34" waist. This example is also stamped with the Canadian War Department arrow.
Canadian BD Blouse This is a mint un-issued Canadian Battle dress blouse, which differed in colour and quality of material, to the British made BD\'s. This example example is size stamped 3 and has faint manufacturers stamp and the letter \"C\", within a circle.
Canadian Bren Gunners Spare Parts Wallet This is a Canadian manufactured Bren gunners spare parts wallet, which is maker marked.
Canadian/British L1A3 Bayonet This is a Canadian manufactured L1A3 bayonet fo the British L1A2 self-loading riifle. The cross-guard is marked with the letter "C" which stands for Canadian Arsenals Ltd. The bayonet was also used for the Canadian C1,C1A1 and C2 rifles. This example is dated 1959. The bayonet has been proofed by "Enfield" and has been used by the British military, as the pommel is marked with the the letter "E" within the letter "D" and has a War Department arrow stamp. U.K.Sales Only.
Canadian/Russian Browning Hi-Power This is an extremely rare inglis manufactured Browning Hi-power which was a War aid to the Soviet Union. The slide is marked in "KaHaAa" ( Canada in Cyrillic ). It also has the serial number "SU0024". The letters "SU" of the serial number stands for "Soviet Union". The weapon did end up in the U.K where it was refurbished by Enfield as indicated by the letters "E" within a "D" in 1963. U.K.Sales Only
Cap Cockade This is a bevo cockade for the army and artillery marine side caps.
Carrying Frame ( Traggestell M39 ) This is the rare Traggestell M39 carrying frame designed for the 5cm mortar. It allowed the mortar to be carried in a broken down form ( baseplate and mortar tube assembly ). The Traggestell would have also carrying the ammunition tin carrying 10 mortar rounds. This example is in semi-relic condition and missing all of its webbing straps.
Cased Army 25 year Service Medal This is a good example of a 25 year cased Army service medal. The case has the makers name R.Souval, Wien" ( Vienna, Austria ).
Cased Knights Cross Of War Merit Cross Without Swords A very rare example of the Knights Cross of War Merit Cross without Swords. This example is in its original case. The medal is halmarked with an 800 silver hallmark on the inner edge on the central downward facing arm. The medal is also LDO marker marked on the lower part of the suspension loop with the number "50". The case lid is lined with white linen and the case body has a black felt incert. The medal was awarded in recongnition of outstanding war production in both performance and teamwork.
Cased Purple Heart This is a WW2 vintage cased Purple Heart, which also contains the ribbor bar. The Purple Heart was established by President George Washington in 1782 and was reinstated in February 1932. It wa awarded to military personnel who received wounds as a result of enemy action and was posthumously awarded to soldiers who where killed in action or died of their wounds.
Cavalry Spurs Wehrmacht issue Cavalry spurs. The leather has been expertly replaced. There are no markings or waffenampts.
Chemical/Gas Over Trousers This is un-issued over trousers for the M1939 Anti-Chemical and Gas suit. The trousers have their manufacturer\'s code and are waffenampt.
Chinese 88SP 9mm Semi-Auto Pistol This is Chinese 88SP 9mm semi-auto pistol which is a copy of the Belgium Browning Hi-Power. The pistol comes in a plastic case, spare 13 round magazine and instruction manual which is dated 26th October 1993. U.K.Sales only.
Chinese AK47 Assault Rifle ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ) This is a Chinese manufactured AK47, which is designated as the type 56. The AK was designed to be used by vast numbers of poorly trained conscript soldiers and is very tolerant of enviromental conditions making it vitually indestructible. This example is dated 1966 and matching numbered. U.K.Sales Only
Chinese DP28/DPM magazines & Pouch This a Chinese DP28 and DPM magazines in their their pouch. The Chinese supplied the North Vietnamese Army with arms and equipment.
Cholm Shield This is a rare un-issued Cholmshield which appars to have suffered with some water damage. The shield retains its paper backing and was instituted on 1.7.1942.
Cigarette Case This is a unmarked period metal cigarette case.
Cigarette Tin This is small cigarette tin which would have contained ten cigarettes.
Civilian Issue Gasmask This is a civilian issue gasmask in it's original cardboard box and instruction sheet. The gasmask is in excellant condition.
Civilian Ration Card This is a civilian ration card which is dated 14th September 1942 and continues to 31st August 1949. The card is made out to Charlotte Knackfub, who was born on 12th March 1917. It is a very interesting piece of German civilian history. The ration card contains various papers all of which are name to Charlotte who was living in Berlin. Please read the listing for item number 55430. Which is the ration card for Charlotte's father Fritz Knackfub.
Civilian Ration Card This is a civilian ration card made out to Fritz Knackfub who was born on 16th November 1891 and was living in Berling when the card was issued on 17th June 1941. The last date in the ration card is 31/12/1943. Please read item number 55429, which is the ration card for Fritz Knackfub's daugher Charlotte, who's card was issued 14th September 1942 and continues to 31st August 1949.
Claymore M40 Electrical Testing Unit This is an M40 electrical testing unit for the Apers M18 anti-personnel mine.
Claymore M57 Firing Device This is a M57 firing device for the Apers M18 anti-personnel mine.
Coffe Grinder This is a small bakerlite coffee grinder manufactured by "TRAMP". It is inexcellant working condition.
Coffee Grinder This is a small bakerlite coffee grinder in working condition. The item was manufactured by "TRAMP".
Collings Foundation Flight Jacket This is a limited addition Collings Foundation flight jacket. The Collings Foundation primary aim is to source, restore and maintain historic aircraft.The jacket is size marked small, however it should fit a 40" to 42" chest.
Commando Mark 45 Carbine ( Early Spec ) This is a very rare 45cal semi-auto carbine developed in the late 1940's by the U.S for their lawenforcement agencies. The weapon was manufactured by Volunteer Interprises Inc, Knoxville, Tennesse. The weapon was greatly influenced by the 1928 and M1A1 Thompson smg's. U.K.Sales only.
Commando Signals Formation Patches A nice set of Commando Signals formation patches.
Compress Bandage This is a compress bandage which would have been part of the contents of a Luftschutz medical box. The bandage was produced by "HARTMANN".
Compress Bandage This is a compress bandage, which would have been part of the contents of a Luftschutz medical box.
Container A tan coloured container indicating that it may be for tropical issue. I not sure what the container was used for.
Corporal Technician Chevrons A pair of tropical issue Corporal technician 5th grade chevrons.
Cotton Bandage Packet This is a packet of cotton bandages which is dated 15th September 1944. The packet would have been part fo the contents of a vehicle first aid box or a field surgeon's pack.
Cotton Roll This is a un-opend packet of cotton roll " Wundwatte" which is dated 20th May 1940.
Croatian Volunteers Sleeve Badge This is an embroided Croatian volunteers sleeve badge which is still attached to the feldgrey backing cloth. The Croatian volunteers serving with the German army was formed into the Infantry Division 369.
Cross Strap D-Ring This is a cross strap D-ring which attached to the belt which was a mainly worn by political organizations such as the SA or Hitler Youth etc.
Custom Officers Tunic & Cap This is an extremely nice example of a custom officers cap and tunic. The cap still retains the celluloid triangle with the manufacturers details, which is also DRGM Stamped. The cap is a large size approximately a 60. The tunic is in very good condition and has three sets of award loops. There is also a slash under the skirt pocket flap for the dagger or sword hangers to fasten through.
Custom Officials Cuff Band This is the cuff band worn by all custom officials.
Cut Throat Razor A Solingen cut throat razor named as Puma and comes with its original brown bakelite box. The condition of the razor is rather rusty and the pin, keeping the white plastic handles together is missing.
Czechoslovakain VZ52 Self Loading Rifle ( Early Spec ) The VZ52 which is also known as the Naboj, is unremarkable as it heavily relied on designs from other existing weapons. The system of operation was an adaptation of that found in the German wartime MKB42 (W) and this was linked to a trigger mechanism which was owed to the American M1 Garand rifle. However the locking of the bolt was probably original, as it was achieved by locking the lugs at the front of the bolt engaged by tipping the unit. This is a most unusual way of doing it and makes the VZ/52 interesting for that reason alone. This example is dated 1957 and still retains the wartime code given to Czechoslovakian made weapons for the German armed forces, "she" ( Unbekannter Hersteller, Handfeuerwaffen-u.Munition ). The VZ52 did not survive in service for very long. UK sales only
Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a refurbished Czech Army M32 helmet which has been repainted and has had a new liner and chinstrap added.
Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a refurbished Czech Army helmet,which has been repainted and has had a new liner and chinstrap added.
Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is an untouched Czech army M32 helmet retaining nearly all of its original paint. The liner is in relatively good condition the chinstrap has dried and the buckle has come away.
Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a refurbished Czech army M32 helmet, which has been repainted and has had a new liner and chinstrap added.
Czechoslovakian M1950 Pistol This is a Czechoslovakian M1950, 7.65 semi-auto pistol greatly influenced by the German Walther PPK. UK.Sales only
Czechoslovakian M1950 Pistol The Czechoslovakian M1950 pistol is based on the German Walther PP model pistols. and is generally a police issue item. This example is in excellant condition and is in 7.65mm Calibre. U.K.Sales Only
D.A.F. Side Cap This is a good example of a side cap worn by members of the Deutsche Arbeitsfront ( German Workers Front ) D.A.F. The cap retains its RZM label and is of a large size, approximatley size 59 to 60.
D.A.K. Panzer Sidecap This is a tropical issue side cap in excellant condition and dated 1943. The cap is piped pink for Panzer and is also RB numbered. This style cap was worn by members of the Deutsches Afrika Korps ( D.A.K.).
Daimon Torch A un-issued 1930's manufactured Daimon made torch.
Daimon Torch This is a un-issued 1930's manufactured Daimon torch.
DAK ( Deutsches Afrika Korps ) Breeches A very nice example for a pair of DAK breeches. This example is in very good condition and is dated M43. The item has the usual size markings.
DAK Oberschutze Pip This is a mint un-issued example of an Oberschutze pip ( Private First Class ) rank badge as worn by members of the Deutsches Afrika Korps.
DAK Shoulder Boards A pair of unissued Deutsches Afrika Korps ( DAK ) shoulder boards, which still retain their factory binding. The shoulder boards are piped white for Infantry and hold the rank of Utteroffizier (senior-corporal).
Danish Madsen Light Machine Gun Magazine This is a magazine in 7.92 calibre for the Danish Madsen light machine gun.
Danish Madsen Machine Gun Mount This is a rare Danish madsen machine mount which could also be used as a Anti-Aircraft mount, by extending the front leg. The mount is in it's original paint and still has its trigger mechanism. The listing is only for the mount not the gun. Which i have used to illustrate, how the weapon fits on the mount.
Defence Medal This is an un-issued defence medal the three emblems represent the fortifications of Germany.The co-operation between military and civil engineering. The reverse of the medal has the inscription in rasied capital letters \"FUR ARBEIT, ZUM SCHUTZE DEUTSCHLANDS\" ( For work to the defence of Germany ).
Demjansk Shield This is an extremely nice example of a the Demjansk shield which was authorised on 25th April 1943 to commemorate the defence of the town of Demjansk by the Second Army Corps under the command of General Graf Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt. The award has fieldgrey cloth and paper backing.
Demjansk Shield This is a good exmaple the the Demjansk shield which was introduced on 25th April 1943, to commemorate the defence of the town of Demjansk, by the Second Army. Which was commanded by General Graf Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt.
Denim M43 Tunic This is a army issue denim tunic cut to the style of an M43 woollen tunic. The tunic is in very good condition. The artifical silk lining is gold in colour and is approximately a size 40\" to 42\" chest. All markings have been washed out.
Denim Reed Green Fatigue Tunic This is a mint example of a denim fatique tunic with the pre-war rank of Oberfeldwebel ( Sergeant-Major ). The tunic still retains faint size stampings and the manufacturer\'s stamp \"W.A.Scheise, Breslau \".
Denim Reed Green Fatigue Tunic This is a mint example of an army fatique tunic which still retains its size markings and dated 1942. The tunic was made in Munich ( M42 ).
Denim Reed Green Fatique Tunic A mint example of an Army fatique tunic. There are no size markings or manufacture stamp.
Desalter Kit Seawater Mk2 This is part of a U.S. pilot's survival kit which would have been issued with the SV1 and SV2 survival vests. The desalter kit was issued to allow a downed pilot to produce drinking water from seawater. This example is complete and was manufactured by "VAN BRODE MILLING Co, Inc" and dated 1968.
Deutsche Arbeits Front Paybook This is a D.A.F. paybook ( German Labour Front ), named to Gerhards Reiner, born 15th January 1891. The paybook is dated from December 1939, the last date entry 9th July 1943. The book contains a number of stampings.
Diazil Tablet Container This is Diazil tabet container, which is still in its cardboard box. The box still contains the instruction sheet, however the container is empty of Diazil tablets, which would have contained 20 tablets. Diazil is Swiss made.
Dilpomatic & Government Cap Eagle This is embroided aluminium thread with black felt backing peak cap eagle and was worn by members of the German diplomatic and government officials. The eagle retains most of its paper backing.
Disabled Veterans Label Badge This is a label badge for National Socialist Disabled War Veterans Support Association ( Nationalsozialistisches Kreigsoferversorgung ). The reverse of the badge is maker marked.
Disabled War Veterans Badge This is a small label badge worn by members of the Nationalsozialistisches Kreigsopferversorgung ( National Socialist Disabled War Veterans Support Association ).
Divisional Badge A un-known sleeve divisional badge.
Dominican San Cristobal Carbine ( Early Spec ) This is the .30 Kiraly-Cristobal carbine, also known as the San Cristobal and was manufactured by the Dominican Republic's Armeria San Cristobal Weapon factory. Although called a carbine, the gun may be termed a machine gun as it is identical to the Hungarian 39M machine gun. Both weapons designed by the Hungarian engineer Pal Kiraly. Who was influenced by the Beretta 38 submachine gun. UK sales only.
Dominican San Cristobal Carbine ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ) This is a .30 Kiraly-Cristobal carbine, which, is better known as the San-Cristobal. The weapon was manufactured by the Dominican Republic's Armeia San Cristobal Weapon Factory. Although the weapon is called a carbine, the San-Cristobal may be termned as a machine gunas it is identical to the Hungarian 39m machine gun. Both weapon where designed by the Hungarian engineer Pal Kiraly, which his designed was influenced by the Beretta 38 submachine gun. U.K. Sales Only
Double Decal Fireman\'s M34 Helmet This is an aluminium double decal fireman\'s helmet which has approximately 80% of the police decal remaining ( The German fire service was under police authority ). The swastika decal has approximately 60% remaining. The inside of the shell has the manufacturer\'s details, which is quite difficult to read, however the date is clearly visibel 1934.
Double Decal Police M35 Helmet This is a good example of a double decal M35 police helmet, which has a very nice apple green gloss finish. Unfortunately the decals are partly present. The police decal is approximately 30% remaining and the swastika decal is approximately 45% remaining. The helmet shell is size stamped \"SE66\" and the batch number \"0086\". The liner is in excellant condition, however the chinstrap is missing. The liner appears to have never been removed from the helmet.
Dubbing A tin of Army issue dubbing used to colour the individuals webbing.
Dummy German Boxed MP44 Rounds This is a replica box containing 15 dummy 7.92mm kurtz rounds for a replica German MP44 assault rifle produced by the Japanese replica model gun company "Shoei". Shoei produced the best replicas of German and allied weapons of WW2. The replicas where made to chamber and eject dummy rounds and are at such a high standard many have ended up in Museums as display pieces. The label on the box has been given a 1945 date and a wartime manufacturer's code "dou" ( waffenwerke Brunn ).U.K.Sales Only.
Dummy German G43 Bolt and Accessories. This is a dummy bolt for the Japanese replica of the German G43 self-loading rifle produced by Shoei. The accessories consist of the safety catch and clip, various springs and screws and the muzzel nut. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Dust Goggles This is a 1974 dated dust, sun and wind goggles. Which are in excellant condition.
Dust Goggles A set of un-issued dust goggles, which would have been carried by all soldiers of the Wehrmacht. The packet is made of light compress papaer and has the makers name embossed on it's flap "Buchrow & Co ".
Dutch Airforce Fireman\'s Helmet This is a British style brodie helmet, which is in fact made for the Dutch armed forces. This particular helmet was worn by fireman belonging to the Royal Netherlands Airforce. The liner is very similiar to the wartime British liner. The helmet would be ideal for re-enactment use, with very little work needed to convert to a British MKII helmet. Removal of the leather neck guard and replacing the chinstrap with a British style one. The liner is size marked 56.
Dutch Airforce Firman\'s Helmet This is a British style Brodie helmet which was made for the Dutch armed forces. This particular helmet was worn by fireman belonging to the Royal Netherlands Airforce. The helmet liner is size marked 59. The liner is very similiar to the wartime British liners and very little work is needed to convert the helmet to a British MKII. The removal of the leather neck guard and replacing the chinstrap. The helmet would be ideal for re-enactment.
Dutch SS Belt & Buckle This is a very rare Dutch SS belt and buckle which the Dutch SS adopted the Wolfsangle emblem, which was the early badge worn by the NSDAP. The inscription on the buckle reads \" RECHTEN TROUW\" The leather belt was original lined with fieldgrey cloth, which partly remains. The belt also has makers mark \" LUNESCHL0SS. EXTRA-KOPPEL \" and the Langemarck emblem.
E-Boat War .Badge 2nd Pattern This is the 2nd pattern of the E-Boat war badge, which is non-maker marked.
East Battalion M35 Helmet This is a nice example of a German M35 camouflage helmet which has the insignia of members of the East Battalion ( "Ostbataillon ). The East Battalion consisted of mainly of non-Russian nationalities from the U.S.S.R, such as Ukarainians, Caucasians and Cossacks. The helmet has a subdued green camouflage with the rear of the helmet showing what appears to be the remains of some sort of additional insignia, The liner is missing it's original crown cord with a shoe lace replacing the cord. The liner retainer stud washers are also missing indicating that the liner has been removed from the helmet.
East German AKM59 Bayonet This is a good example of a East German AKM59 bayonet and scabbard. U.K.Sales Only
East German Luger Grips A set of East German bakerlite luger grips.
East German Luger Pistol Grips A set of East German made plastic Luger grips.
East Lancashire Single Shoulder Title A embroided example of a single shoulder title belonging to the East Lancashire infantry Regiment. ( English ).
East-German AKM Type 1 Bayonet This is a East-German manufactured AKM type 1 bayonet, with wrist strap and belt loop. U.K.Sales Only
East-German Flare Holster This is a East-German made flare holster, which was produced to hold the WW2 manufactured German 27mm flare pistol, as illustruated by picture 4. The holster is dated Jan 1959 and is unit marked. Ideal for living-history, battle re-enactment or display purposes.
East-German Y-Strapes These Y-straps are very early manufactured East-German which are identical to late-war Wehrmacht produced examples and would be Ideal for living history, display or re-enactment purposes.
Eastern Winter Campaign Medal 1941/42 This award was established on 26th May 1942 for military personal to took part in the winter campaign in Russia during 1941 and 1942. The medal was designed by SS sergeant Ernst Krause.
Edelweiss Arm Badge The Edelweiss Arm Badge, was worn by Gebirgsjager personal ( Mountain troops ). This example is the standard pattern Bevo quality, which has been removed from a tunic.
Edward VIII Royal Engineers Cap Badge This is an extremely rare example of the Royal Engineers cap badge which was minted during the reign of Edward VIII form the 20th January 1936 to 11th December 1936. This example was never worn and was produced as a sample. The badge is still attached to its cardboard sleeve and its original paper wrapping. This is the 3rd sample to be produced for approval by the Ministry Of Defence.
Egyptian Helwan 9mm Semi-auto Pistol This is a Egyptian Helwan 9mm semi-auto pistol, which is a direct copy of the Italian Beretta M1951 pistol, which actually came on the market in 1957. This example is in excellant condition and matching numbered. U.K.Sales Only.
Embroidered German Cross in Gold The German Cross in gold was introduced on 28th April 1941 and was to recognise the bravey of individual servicemen above which was required for the bestowal of the Iron Cross 1st Class but not up to the Knight's Cross. This example is the embroidered verison which was introduced on 5th June 1942 and was purely for field use. It is in very good conditition retaining it's paper backing.
Enameled Waterbottle Set This is a enameled waterbottle which was only made in 1942. The waterbottle comes with a non dated cap and a 1943 dated pouch, which also has a faint makers stamp. There was two enameled variations in the form of the M-1910 as in this example and the M-1942 waterbottle.
Engineer Leutnant Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Engineer Leutnant shoulder straps
Engineer Special Brigade Patch This is the unit patch of the Engineer special brigade, which was amphibious force developed in 1941 due to the U.S. Military's need for a large strategic and tactical capability.
Engineer Special Brigade Patch This is the unit patch of the Engineer special brigade which was an amphibious force, developed in 1941 due to the U.S. military's need for a large strategic and tactical capability.
Engineers Equipment Bag This is a rare engineers equipment bag which would have carried various equipment and explosive devices including fuses. The bag has a maker code of bwz ( Auer-Gesellschaft AG ) and is also clearly waffenampted. It has a webbing strap to allow the pouch to be attached to the carrying frame.
English Pepperbox Pistol This is a English made Pepperbox dating from the 1840's. The maker's name is "J.H.COOPERS". The pistol has sufferend with some minor pitting to the cylinder, however it still has a good working action. The frame is engraved. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only.
Enlisted M1937 Pattern Shirt A good example of a enlisted man's M1937 pattern wool shirt which is size stamped 16.5 neck. The shirt has two buttons under the collar for the attachment of the woolen anti-gas hood. Part of the contract label is still attached to the shirt..
Enlisted Man's Army Airforce Collar Insignia This is a enlisted man's branch of service insignia for Army Airforce which would have been worn on the class A and the Ike jackets.
Enlisted Man's Field Artillery Collar Insignia This is a enlisted man's branch of service collar insignia for field artillery. The insignia would have been worn on the class A and Ike jackets.
Entrenching Tool & 37 Pattern Cover This is a 1943 dated entrenching tool with a matching 1943 date on the 37 pattern cover, which is unblancoed. The helve is the early type without the No4 bayonet lug.
Entrenching Tool & 37 Pattern Cover This is a 1941 dated entrenching tool with a 1945 dated helve which the bayonet lug for the No4 bayonet. The 37 pattern cover is un-blancoed.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a entrenching tool with a un-issued carrier which is dated 1943.The actual E-tool is in good condition.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a Entrenching tool with a un-issued carrier which is dated 1943. The E-tool is in good condition.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a good example entrenching tool with it's leather carrier. The E-tool is maker marked "ekz" ( Richard Henkel, Werkzeugfabrik ). The leather carrier is non-maker marked and in very good condition.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a Entrenching tool with a un-issued so-called airborne carrier which was introduced in 1944 by the addition of an extra fastening strap. This example is actually dated 1962. The E-tool blade has a faint 1942 date and has the later pattern shaft, which allowed the No4 MKII bayonet to be attached.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a Entrenching tool and a 1944 dated carrier. The E-tool's blade has a faint maker's stamp "Perks". The shaft is the later pattern which allowed the No4 MKII bayonet to be attached. The shaft is also dated 1944.
Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a non dated entrenching tool with a1945 dated un-issued carrier, which has the makers initials "H.H.C. & Co". The handle has been painted black.
Entrenching Tool & Cover This is a French made copy of the U.S. M-1943 entrenching tool. The entrenching tool is stamped \"C.A.O.GENIE.FRANCE\". The cover is a Tap 50 cover.
Entrenching Tool & Cover This is a M1943 pattern folding entrenching tool with the M1956 cover which has a eyelet tab and short strap to allow either an M5A1, M6 or M7 bayonets to be attached. The reverse of the cover has faint data markings.
Equipment Administration Badge Equipment administration ( Schirmeister ) This example is in Gothic \"S\", and is yellow embroidery on a bluish-dark green cloth. The Schirmeister was only authorised to be worn by NCO\'s.
ERDL Tropical Trousers This is a ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ). The ERDL camouflage uniform was first restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969, it was selected issue to front-line Infantry companies. The trousers are dated 1969 and was produced by "GLEN'S ALL-AMERICAN SPORTSWEAR.Inc" The trouser have been repaired at the knees with ERDL material and are extremely small size. Waist 27".
ERDL Trousers A good example of 1969 dated ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage trousers. The ERDL uniform, which was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. The trousers a size stamped "SMALL REGULAR" ( waist 27" to 31" ).
Essex Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Essex Regiment.
Estonian Volunteers Sleeve Shield This is a sleeve shield which was worn by Estonian volunteers of the SS and Wehrmacht and is in the national colours, light blue, navy blue and white for Estonia. The shield has a black felt backing.
Estonian Volunnteers Sleeve Shield This is the sleeve shield worn by Estonian volunteers serving in the Wehrmacht.
Estro Privat Razor Blades A packet of Estro Privat razor blades
European, African & Middle Eastern Medal This medal was award to all U.S. Service personal who serviced in Europe, Africa and the Middle East campaigns.
Fallschirmjager Shell ( Paratrooper ) This is a solid example of a Fallschirmjager shell. The shell has got some corrosion on the inside which has been treated. Unfortunately all markings have become impossible to read, however externally the shell is fine and would make a nice restoration project.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a mint un-issued FE41 filter for the M30 and M38 gasmasks. This example is still in its cardboard cover and still retains both top and bottom caps.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a mint un-issued FE41 Gasmask filter for the M30 and M38 gasmasks. This example is still in its original cardboard cover and retains both its top and bottom caps.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a mint un-issued FE41 gasmask filter for the m30 and M38 gasmasks. This example is still in its original cardboard cover and retains both its top and bottom caps.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a mint un-issued FE41 gasmask filter for the M30 and M38 gasmasks. The filter is still in its cardboard cover and retains both its top and bottom caps.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a mint un-issued FE41 gasmask for the M30 and M38 gasmasks. This example is still in its original cardboard cover and retains both its top and bottom caps.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a un-issued FE41 gasmask filter, which still retains it's caps. The fitler is maker marked on the base cap "fcc" ( Hermann Nier, Metallwarenfabrik ).
Feldfu.B Radio Control Panel This is a control panel for the Feldfu.B radio. It still has it's control switch, and microphone and earphone sockets.
Feldpost Booklet This is a rare feldpost booklet which features pictures of alpine area of the Reich.
Feldpost Booklet This is a rare feldpost booklet featuring pictures of forestry area throughout the Reich. This example rear cover has come away.
Felt Winter-Boots A good example of a felt winter boots with brown leather. The boots have been re-soled with post-war rubber soles.
Female Army Assistants Cuff Title This is a nice example of a cuff title worn by female junior staff assistants in the army. This example is still attached to part of the sleeve.
Female Political Leaders Badge This is a badge worn by non-uniformed personnel of the wartime-organisation which combined the membership of the female political leaders of the NSDAP and the German Women\'s Welfare Work. The reverse of the badge is \"RZM\" and marker marked \" M1/137\" ( Richard Simm & Sohn ).
Feul-Tablet This is a tin of fuel-tablets for ration heating. Manufactured by S.C,Johnson & Son, Incorporated.
Field Dressing This is a un-issued field dressing still sealed in its original cellophane wrapping. It is part of a 1944 dated cardboard box containing 20 field dressings dated between 1940 to 1943. I am selling the field dressings separately. When ordering please state which date you require.
Field Dressing & Pouch This is a orange Carlisle field dressing and pouch. The pouch has a faint stamp and a 1945 date.
Field Dressing & Pouch This is a green Carlisle field dressing, with a late-war pouch. The pouch a very faint maker's stamp.
Field Dressing & Pouch This is a green Carlisle field dressing tin with a late-war pouch. The back of the pouch has a faint maker's stamp and what looks like a 1944 date.
Field Dressing & Pouch This is a green Carlisle field dressing tin with late-war non- dated pouch. The pouch appears to have had a couple of minor repairs.
Field Post Paperback Story Book This is fieldpost paperback story book called "Der Kapitan" ( The Captain ). The paperback would have been available through the Whermacht Field Post as it is marked "Feldpostagusgabe".
Field Service Pocket Book This field service pocket book was issued to all members of the Royal Engineers whose duties envolvered field engineering. The pamphlet is dated 5th February 1944.
Field Surgeon's Pouch This is a late-war Field Surgeon's medical pouch, which is made of artifical leather ( Presstoff ), except for the lid and straps, which are real leather. The pouch has tan coloured metal fittings and is in excellant condition.
Fieldgrey Reversible Hood A fieldgrey reversible hood in mint un-issued condition.
Fieldgrey Cotton Thread This is one wheel of fieldgrey cotton thread made by "Prima",it is part of a box containing 24 wheels, which i have decided to sell separately.
Fieldphone This is a fieldphone used by the Swedish Army, which is not dated. The phone has the Swedish Crown scratched on the front with the initials C.F. However the phone is retains the German phonetic code and is still in good working order.
Film Prop 18th Centry Musket This is a hard resin film prop of a 18th centry musket. Allegedly used in the 1990's TV series "SHARPE", however i can not confirm if it is true or not. I have a limited number of this type in stock. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only. U.K.Sales Only
Film Prop 18th Centry Musket This is a hard resin film prop 18th Centry musket, allegedly used in the 1990's TV series "SHARPE", however i can not confirm if this is true or not. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Finger Protector This is a finger protector, which was part of the contents for field medics.
Finish Army 6x30 Binoculars This is a 1941 dated example of what i believe are Finish Army issue 6x30 binoculars. The binoculars are very similar in design to German 6x30 binoculars. This example has cyrillic and latin charactors. The eye pieces are rubber not bakerlite as is common with the German examples. The optics are clear.
Finish Army Messtin This is a Finish Army messtin similar to the German M31 messtin. This example is maker maked and dated 1943.
Finish Officers Summer Tunic This is a a Infantry Lieutenant\'s tunic who has the ski troops emblem upon the epaulettes. The tunic has a number of size markings and is dated 1941. The collar and cuffs have frayed.
Finnish Mosin Nagant M1891 Rifle This is a Finnish Mosin nagant M1891 rifle, which was probbaly captured from the Soviets during the Finnish and Soviet winter war during 1940. The rifle has Finnish military marking "SA" ( Suomi Army ) and dated 1942. U.k. Sales Only
Fire Police Belt Buckle This is a two piece aluminium Fire Police ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) belt buckle.
Fire Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) A very nice example of a a Fire Police officers ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) peaked cap. This example was made by \" Extra\", which is stamped on the sweatband. The celluloid triangle has unfortunately been removed. The size of the cap is approximately as size 59.
Fire Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) This is a nice example of of a early style Fire Police ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) officers peaked cap. The material of the cap is black wool, not the more common dark blue. The cap also has the first pattern police eagle. The celluloid triangle is missing.
Fire Police Officers Tunic This is a Feuerschutzpolizei officers service dress tunic which was introduced in 1938. The tunic is in excellant condition and has the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The tunic has the internal slash opening to allow the Officer's dagger or sword to be worn. The left breast of the tunic has three sets of award loops, one of which is for a rippon bar.
Fire Police Officers Uniform This is a mint example of a Fire police officers uniform consisting of tunic and trousers. The tunic has two first war rippon bars and a aluminium wire embroided police authority sleeve eagle. The tunic still retains the original manufacturers label \" MEYER-HAGEN, Feuerwehrgerate\" The trousers are of fine wool quality with the Fire police branch of service piping.
First Aid Dressing This is a un-opened first aid dressing which would have been part of the contents in a vehicle first box, Luftschutz first aid box or field surgeons pack. This example is dated 1943.
First Aid Dressing This is a 1943 dated first aid dressing, which would have been part of the contents for a vehicle first aid box, Luftschutz first aid box or a field surgeons pack.
First Aid Dressing This is a 1941 first aid dressing, which would have been part of the contents for a vehicle first aid box, Luftschutz first aid box or a field surgeons pack.
First Aid Wound Padding Some sort of first aid wound padding.
Flak Qualification Badge This is a rare example of the qualification badge worn by Anti-aircraft personnel. ( Flakartilleriepersonal )
Flieger-SA Collar Patch A single collar patch belonging to the Flying branch of the SA. The collar patch has a metal winged propellear with a swastika in the centre. The number 3 is the unit number.
Flieger-SA Collar Patches A very nice pair of Flieger-SA collar patches which are emerald green in colour, which is the group colour for Nordmark. The flieger cyphered collar patch retains its paper RZM label.
Folding Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a good example of a folding entrenching tool with the 1st pattern carrier, which is made of presstoff ( artificial leather ), The loops and straps are made of actual leather. The entrenching is waffenampted and maker marked "ekz" ( Richard Henkel, Werkzeugfabrik ).
Foot Powder A tin of issue foot powder.
Forestry Marksman Lanyard This is the marksman qualification lanyard with two acorns
Forestry Officials M43 Cap This is a near mint example of a Forestry officials M43 cap, which has the special buttons only used by the Forestry officials. The cap is piped green and has light green artitical silk lining. The lining does have some sweat staining. The cap is approximately a size 59
Forestry Officials Tunic This is a nice example of a Forestry officials tunic with the rank of Revierforster ( 1st Lieutenant ). The forst and game administration was formerly under the control of the Lander or individual German states, were united by the Nazis into the Office of the Forest Master ( Reichforstamt ) under the control of Herman Goring as Chief Forester. The tunic has a pocket slash to allow a Forestry dagger or sword to be worn.
Forestry Service National Emblem Visor Cap Insignia The is the national emablem insignia worn on visor caps of the Gemeinde Forst Dienst ( General Forestry Service ).
Four Medal Group This is a un-named four medal group consisting of the 1939-1945 Star, the African Star, the Defence Medal and the 1939-1945 War Medal.
France & Germany Star This is a un-named France & Germany star.
Franklin Mint John Waynes Commemorative 45 Revolver This is a commermortive revolver of John Waynes 1872 Colt 45 Peacemaker, which was produced by Franklin Mint over 25 years ago. It is a excellant replica of John Wayne's actual peaemaker and is exact in every detail. The barrel is engraved with a Stagecoach "John Wayne's" first film and and unique serial number. The frame has the patent dates and the grips have the golden eagle clutching the American flag. The wall hanger has the commemorative brass plaque and the two retaining dummy rounds, which the revolver sits,marked with John Wayne's initials and "COLT 45". Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
French Unique Model 17 Kreigsmodell Pistol This is a French unique model 17, which was manufactured under German occupation and is waffenampted. The Germans called the pistol Kriegsmodell ( War Model ). The grips are marked in German "9 SCHUSS", which means 9 shots. U.K. Sales only.
French 1886 Hook Quillon Pattern Bayonet This is a 1886 pattern hook quillon bayonet with a white metal hilt, which has the early pre-1893 style press catch. The bayonet is for the Lebel 1886 pattern rifle. U.K.Sales Only.
French 1886/15 Pattern Bayonet This is a 1886/15 pattern bayonet with brass hilt, which dates this post 1915. The ricasso is stamped with the letters "C.F". The bayonet is for the Berthier Mle 1907/15 rifle. U.K.Sales Only.
French Army M26 Casque Adrian Artillery Helmet This is a very good example of a French Artillery M26 adrian helmet. The helmet has the flaming grenade and cannon emblem which identifies the helmet's branch of service as artillery. The "R.F" letters on either side of the Infantry emblem stands for "Republic of France"
French Army Pliers & Pouch A French army pliers and pouch, based on the U.S. WW2 model. Ideal for re-enactment.
French Army Gasmask & Canister A very good condition French army gasmask and canister. The canister has all its blue/grey paint and carrying straps. The mask is still flexable and dated 1939 with the following markings \"TC-38-PT.S.E.R.-32-39.
French Army Leather Belt A standard leather French army leather belt which is dated 1955 and has faint makers marks. The belt is approximately as size 36-38\" waist.
French Army M26 Adrian Helmet This is a very nice example of a French army M26 Adrian helmet with the unit badge for Riflemen Chasseur. The helmet is approximately a size 59 and is complete with it's liner and chinstrap, both of which are in good condition.
French Army M26 Casque Adrian Artillery Helmet This is a French army M26 casque adrian helmet which has the branch of service emblem for artillery. The helmet is in very good condition, with nearly all of its original green paint. However the artillery emblem is loose and only retains one of its three retaining pins. The letters on the artillery emblem "R.F", stand for "Republic of France"
French Berthier Artilllery Model M1892 Carbine This is a quite rare artillery model 1892 carbine which is dated 1917 on the barrel and stock. The Mle 1892 carbine also carried a cleaning rod in a channel hollowed out on the left side for the forestock. Unfortunately the cleaning rod is missing. This example is in excellant condition and comes with it's original leather sling and was manufactured by Chatellerault U.K.Sales Only.
French Berthier M1907/15 Rifle This is an excellant example of the French Berthier M1907/15, which is dated 1916. The M1907/15 entered service with the French army in 1915. This example was manufactured by St. Etienne. U.K.Sales Only.
French Berthier Mle1907/15 Rifle This is a excellant example of a 1917 dated Berthier Mle 1907/15 rifle which entered service with the French army in 1915. This example was manufactured by St.Etienne. U.K.Sales Only
French Berthier Mle1907/15 Rifle This Berthier Mle 1907/15. which is dated 1917 the rifle was superior to the label which it replaced in 1916. The stock on this example is also dated 1917 and has had a modification to the sling band to allow the sling to be attached underneath and the the side of the rifle. This example was manufactured by "Delaunay-Belleville". This example is in fair condition. U.K.Sales Only.
French Berthier Model 1916 Carbine This is an excellant example of the Berthier Mle16 carbine which differed from from the Mle 1892 cavalry carbine by the addition of a magazine housing and top hand-guard. U.K.Sales Only.
French Field Dressing This is a type 49 pattern field dressing, which is marked \"PANSEMENT INDIVIDUEL, TYPE 49\" and is dated 1954.
French Field Pouch This is a French field pouch
French Foreign Legion White Kepi This is the famous white Kepi which is only worn by members of the French Freign Legion.This example is probably 1970\'s made item and is a size 59.
French Hotchkiss 1926 Model Light Machine Gun The French Hotchkiss 1926 Model LMG, which was produced and exported in the immediate post-World War 1 years. The main countries which purchased the weapon was Dominic Republic, Brazil, Greece and Turkey. This example is a French export model produced for Turkey. The weapon is stamped in Turkish charactors and has the Turkish coat of arms. The weapon is in 7.92mm. U.K.Sales only.
French Inert F1 Hand Grenade The French F1 hand grenade was designed during WW1 and was used by the French Infantrymen during WW1 and WW2. The F1 inspired the Americans to develop their Mk1 and MK2 fragmentation hand grenades. The French F1 grenade was also modified by the Soviet Union into their version of the F1 Grenade. This example is in good condition and comes with it's transportation plug. U.K.Sales Only
French Inert F1 Hand Grenade The French F1 hand grenade was designed during WW1 and was used by French Infantrymen during WW1 and WW2. The F1 grenade inspired the Americans to develop their MK1 and MK2 fragmentation hand grenades. The French F1 was also modified by the Soviet Union into their version of the F1 hand grenade.This example is in good condition and comes with it's transportation plug. U.K.Sales Only.
French M15 Colonial Casque Adrian Helmet This is a good example of a French M15 casque adrian helmet, which has the badge of the Colonial Infantry and the letters \"RF\" ( Republic of France ). The helmet still retains its liner and chinstrap, both of which are still quite soft considering their age.
French M26 Adrian Helmet Shell This is a French M26 Adrian helmet shell which still retains it's branch of service badge crossed cannons for Artillery. The shell is in good condition retaining most of it's original green paint and chinstrap. The inside of the shell is stamped with the word "Garpentier " and the letter "B".
French M26 Casque Adrian Civil Police Helmet This is an M26 Casque Adrian Police helmet. The helmet is painted black with the aluminium grenade symbol with the initals \"RF\" ( Republic of France ).
French M26 Casque Adrian Civil Defence Helmet This is a very good example of a French M26 casque Adrian helmet which has the DP with grenade insignia on the front, \" Defence Passive\" ( Civil Defence ). The green triangle is a unit or divisional marking.
French Marine/Navy M26 Adrian Helmet This is a good example of a French Marine/Navy M26 Adrian helmet. The helmet is approximately a size 59.
French MAS 1936 Rifle This is a nice example of the French MAS 1936 rifle and was the standard infantry weapon of the French army in 1930's and 40's. The production ceased in 1940, however resumed in 1945 to 1957. This example dates to 1950 and comes with it's cruciform bayonet. U.K. Sales Only
French MAS 36 Leather Rifle Sling This is a leather sling for a French MAS 36 rifle.
French Model 1866 Sabre Bayonet This is a very good example of a Model 1866 sabire bayonet, which is marked and dated " Culle Juin1873". U.K.Sales Only
French Model 1866 Sabre Bayonet This is a lovely example of a French model 1866 sabre bayoent. The blade is in excellant condition with two faint proof marks. The crossguard is numbered with a further three proof marks on the quillon. The scabbard looks to have been re-sprayed, however it has not dents. U.K.Sales Only
French Model 1866 Sabre Bayonet This is a good example of the Model 1866 Sabre bayonet. The bayonet has a French inscription and is dated 1874 with the number 13 stamped on the blade U.K. Sales only.
French Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase example of French officers greatcoat, which has the unit collar patches of the 150th Infantry Regiment. The coat retains the tailers label which reads \" CIVIL MILITAIRE, P.VAUCLAIR, PARIS \". The rank bars on the cuffs are that of a Lieutenant. The coat unfortunately has suffered with some moth damage, especially around the collar. However it does not spoil the overall look.
Fritz Todt Badge This is a very nice example of a Fritz Todt badge. The reverse of the badge is serial numbered 8244. The LDO number is 125 ( Eugen Gauss ).
Frostbite Ointment A small cardboard tub of frostbite ointment issued by the German Red Cross ( Deutches Rote Kreuz ). The tub is dated April 1941.
Frostbite Ointment A small cardboard tub of frostbite ointment issued by the German Red Cross ( Deutches Rote Kreuz ). The tub is dated April 1941.
Frostbite Ointment A small cardboard tub of frostbite ointment issued by the German Red Cross ( Deutches Rote Kreuz ). The tub is dated April 1941.
Frostbite Ointment A small jar of frostbite cream issued by the German Red Cross. ( Deutches Rote Kreuz ). The jar is dated April 1941.
Fuel Ration Heating Bars A box of unused compressed Trioxane ration heating bars, which would have been used to heat water and various food stuffs. The bars are dated 1970.
Fur Cap This is a rabbit fur cap as worn by members of the army and Waffen SS. The cap is in very good condition, RB numbered size stamped 57 and dated K43.
G43 Magazine Pouch This is an un-issued G43 magazine pouch, which is dated 1944 and has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G.Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magazine Pouch A un-issued G43 magazine pouch which is dated 1944 and has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G.Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magazine Pouch This is a 1944 dated G43 magazine pouch which has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G. Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magzine Pouch This is an un-issued G43 magazine pouch which is waffenampted on the inside of the one cell lids.
G98 Bayonet Lug A bayonet lug for the German G98 WW1 rifle.
G98 Rear Sight This is the rear sight for the German G98 WW1 rifle.
Gaiters A late-war pair of gaiters, which are in very good condition except of one of the leather strapes which has partly ripped off. However the gaiters can still be strapped up.
Gaiters A set of rare early-war gaiters, which have the full leather trim and boot hooks.
Gaiters A pair of un-issued gaiters which are mid-war produced. The buckles have suffered with some minor rust from storage.
Gaiters A set of mid-war issue gaiters.
Garrison Cap This is a nice example of an other ranks garrison cap, DSA numbered and dated 1969. The cap was produced by " WALDMAN MFG.Co.INC " The cap is approximately a size 58.
Garry Owen Sleeve Badge This is the Garry Owen sleeve badge worn by members of the 7th Cavalry. Garry Owen was the military tune sung by General Custer's 7th Cavalry.
Gas Decontamination Bottle This is a 1940 dated Gas Decontaminantion bottle.
Gasmask & Haversack This is nice No4 MKIII gasmask which is dated July 1941 and comes with it's haversack and contents. The contents consist of Ant-gas No2 ointment tin, which contains 8 tubes of ointment and instruction sheet. A tin of anti-dimming which is dated October 1940, plus a pack of anti-gas eye-shields,
Gasmask & Haversack This is a 1940 dated gasmask in a 1941 dated MKVI haversack.The gasmask has the original owners identity red fibre disc attached which reads \"J.BRADSHAW 3067545\". The haversack\'s carrying strap has torn, but tied together.
Gasmask & Haversack This is a very good example of a No4, MKIII Gasmask which is dated April 1941 and it's MK VI haversack, which is also dated 1941 and is maker marked "M.E.C"..
Gasmask & Haversack ( Complete ) This is a very nice example of a 1940 dated gasmask and haversack which is complete with its, dust goggles, field dressing, lense cleaner, and anti-gas ointment.
Gasmask Goggles A nice set of issued gasmask goggles, which still retains the original owners details, name Franz Thirling, date of issue 5/11/1941. Left eye -55, Right eye -55.
Gausieger 1938 Badge This is a nice exampleof the silver Gausieger 1938 badge which was award to the Gau level victors for the national technical competitions. The badge is maker marked "G.BREHMER, MARKNEUKIRCHER".
Gauze Bandage This is a Wehrmacht issue gauze bandage ( Verbandmull ), which is dated 1940. This item would have been part of the contents of a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) or medic's pouches.
Gauze Bandage This is a Wehrmacht issue gauze bandage ( Verbandmull ), which is dated 1940. This item would have been part of the contents for a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) and medic's pouches.
Gebirgsjager Officers Shoulder Straps ( Mountain Troops ) A pair of Gebirgsjager officers shoulder straps which are pipled grass green and have been removed from the tunic. The shoulder straps hold the rank of Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Gefreiter stripe for mid to late war tunics Gefreiter stripe for mid to late war tunics, which has been issued.
Genade Pouch This is an early 1943 manufactured canvas grenade for the Soviet F1 grenade. The pouch can hold three grenades and has Soviet markings.
General Assault Badge This is a non-maker marked General Assault badge which was award for the following criteria. The recipient must not be eligible for the Infantry Assaut, to have taken part in three infantry or armoured assaults on three separate days.
General Purpose Goggles This model has round dark lenses encased in a grey leather frame with adjustable headband. The case is made of snake skin and is stamped "umbral 75%"
Georgian Volunteer Sleeve Insignia The Georgian legion was formed in 1941 and was primarly employed as an anti-partisan force. This example is un-issued bevo type.
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( IN EINEM SOLDATENHEIM ).
German Army Watch This is an issue German army watch which is stamped D69298H ( Deutches Heer ). The watch is also stamped wasserdicht ( watertight ), Stahl Boden, Rostfrei. This example was made by \"GLYCINE\" in perfect working condition.
German Labour Front Winter Jacket This is the winter jacket worn under the work clothes for members of the Deutsches Arbeitsfront-DAF ( German Labour Front ). The jacket has been stamped with the symbol of the DAF and the NSDAP eagle. The jacket has two slight rips under each arm.
German 105mm Shell Case This is a 1936 dated 105mm Shell case which has a Reichwehr waffenampt. The case is also marked with the " P131" and "S.I.H.18"
German 27mm Flare Pistol This is a 1942 dated example manufactured by Walther ( ac ). The weapon has a numnber of waffenampts and is in good condition. UK sales only.
German 27mm Flare Pistol This is a good example of a German 27mm flare pistol which was produced by Walther ( ac ) and dated 1943. This example has a number of waffenampts. UK sales only
German 27mm Flare Pistol This is a nice exmaple of a German 27mm flare pistol which is dated 1940, profusely waffenampted and was manufacrued by "Berlin-Lubecker Maschinenfabriken" ( 237 ). The maker's code changed to "duv" late in the war. This example has brown bakerlite grips. U.K. Sales Only.
German 50 round MG Belt This is a un-issued wartime produced 50 round MG belt for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. We have a number of these belts instock all of which have maker's codes and wartime dates.
German 50 Round MG Belt This is a un-issued 50 round MG belt for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. We have a number of these instock all of which have maker's codes and wartime dates.
German Armed Forces Cigarette Card Album This is a complete German Armed forces cigarette card album from around 1936. The album is titled \" Die Deutsche Wehrmacht \" ( The German Armed Forces ). The album has a coloured section on the ranks within all three branches of service.
German Armed Forces Cigarette Card Album This is an extremely rare 1933 complete addition of the German armed forces cigarette card album titled \" Die Reichwehr\", ( State armed forces ).
German Armed Forces Helper's Armband This is the armband worn by German personnel, civilian and non-military uniformed persons, who where attached to, or were working closely with any of the branches of the German Armed Forces.
German Army Gym Shoes A nice example of a pair of German army gym shoes which are size stamped 46.
German Army Gym Shoes A nice pair of German army gym shoes manufactured by Fritz Furstel and are dated 1941. The shoes are also \"DRP\" stamped and are size marked 46.
German Army M36 Greatcoat A fair condition German army M36 greatcoat which has very faint size markings and are extremely difficult to read. The coat has all its buttons except on the left shoulder board.
German Army M38 Gasmask & Cannister This is a all rubber M38 gasmask dated 1944 and has a re-issue stamp of the Danish Army. The mask is in very good condition. The canister would benefit with a re-spray.
German Army M43 Cap This is a good example of a Army M43 cap which is "RB" numbered and dated 1944. The cap has late-war insignia a cotton lining size stamped "58". The flap still retains the loops for the ear warmer to be attached.
German Army Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase example of a army officers greatcoat made from high quality wool. The coat has part of the tailers label remaining and the rank of Hauptman ( Captain ) with the branch of service piping for cavalry. The coat has a full silver silk lining with the pocket slash to allow for the Officer\'s dagger or sword to be worn.
German Army Photo Album This is a interesting photo album which has a photo of the original owner taking from around 1943. He is wearing a M43 cap and M42 tunic with the rank of Uteroffizier. However all the other pictures appear to thave been taken before 1940, as all the pictures show soldiers wearing M36 tunics, M38 side caps.
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( REITERSPAHTRUPP BEI GELANDDEERKUNDUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from a official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( WACHT AM ATLANTIK ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( ROLLBAHN IM OSTEN ).
German Army Print This is a original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( MIT VEREINTEN KRAFEN ARBEITEN SICH DIE KRADMELDER DURCH DEN SCHLAMM ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( ZIGARETTENPAUSE DER KRADMELDER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( INFANTERIE-NACHRICHTENZUG AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print which is one of forty taken from a official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( GRENADIER ALS BEOBACHTER AM SHERENFERNROHR ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( ARTILLERIEFUNKER AUF EINER B-STELLE ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PAK SICHERT AN EINER STRASSENKREUZUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( SCHWERE ARTILLERIE IM OSTEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( LEICHTE GRANATWERTER DER INFANTERIE GREIFEN IN DEN KAMPF EIN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( HEERESFLAK WACHT IM HOHEN NORDEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIER AM MG. FUR FLEIGERBESCHUSS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( AUF STORUNGSSUCHE ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( TROS EINER GRENADIER-KOMPANIE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( BEIM FAHNENSCHMIED EINES GRENADIER-BATAILLONS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GEBIRGSJAGER MIT IHREN TRAGTIEREN ).
German Army Print Thisis an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PIONIERE BEIM BRUCKENBAU ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( BESPANNTE ARTILLERIE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( DER RUHENDE RIESE ).
German army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( UNTER HEISSEM HIMMEL ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PIONIERE MIT FLAMMENWRFERN IM AN GRIFF ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( POST FUR DIE GRENADIERE IM GRABEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE BEREITEN DAS WEIHNACHTSFEST VOR ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( FRONT-THEATER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print,which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( DIE BESATZUNG EINES INFANTERIE-STUTZPUNKTES IM HOHEN NORDEN IST ABGELOST ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print,which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( SPAHTRUPP EINES SKIJAGER-BATAILLONS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GEBIRGSJAGER IN IHREM ELEMENT ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( STURMPIONIERE GREIFEN AN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( AM POLARKREIS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( STURMBOOTE VORAN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( INFANTERIE NACH DER ABLOSUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( EIN INFANTERIE-STOSSTRUPP WIRD EINGEWIESEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( INFANTERIE IM ANGRIFF ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PANZERJAGER SETZEN UBER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE DER SONNE DES SUDENS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty, taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( GRENADIERE MIT SCHWEREM MASCHINENGEWEHER IN FEUERSTELLUNG ).
German Army S/D M40 Helmet This is a good example of an Army single decal M40 helmet with an unusual wire camouflage cover. The liner is in a rather tatty condition and the chinstrap is missing.
German Army Small Vehicle Flag This is a small German army vehicle flag which would have been issued to all German vehicles for aircraft recongition. The flag measures 60x100cm.
German Army Tan and Water Mittens A very good copy of a pair of Tan and Water reversible mittens to white.
German Army Torch This is a Daimon made torch which is un-issued. This torch was made in the late 1930\'s and has the serial number 413. The filters are red and green and the torch is \"DGM\" marked.
German Army Torch This is a Daimon Polylux torch with an orange and green filter. The torch is un-issued and is \"DGM\". This torch was produced in the late 1930\'s.
German Army Torch This is an un-issued Polylux Daimon torch which has a orange and green filter. The torch is \"DGM\" marked and was produced in the late 1930\'s.
German Army Torch This is an un-issued Polylux Daiman made torch was has a orange and green filter. The torch is \"DGM\" marked and was produced in the late 1930\'s.
German Army Watch This is an issue German army which is stamped D56060H ( Deutches Heer ). The watch is also marked \"Stahl Boden, Wasserdicht ( Watertight ). The watch was made by \"GLYCINE\" and is in perfect working condition.
German Black Leather Pistol Lanyard This is an extremely rare WW2 German black leather pistol lanyard. We have been fortunate to source a very limited number in either black or Brown. The lanyard was issued to various German semi-automatic pistols as illustrated in the listing. It could also be attached to the 27mm flare pistol which is also illustrated. The lanyard is waffenampted *waA63".
German Boxed P38 Pistol This is a 1958 dated German P38 pistol which is marked "BW" ( Bundeswehr ). This example still retains a WW2 feature in the form of the grip slide which runs to the letter "F" on the safety catch. Later examples run past the safety catch. The weapon is actually dated June 1958, which is stamped on the left side of the slide "6/58". This example comes with its original cardboard box which has the Walther banner and stamped P38. U.K. Sales only.
German Brown Leather Pistol Lanyard This is a WW2 German brown leather pistol lanyard. We have been very fortunate to source a very limited number in either brown or black. The lanyards where used on various German automatic pistols, which are illustrated in the listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the German 27mm flare pistol, which is also illustrated. The lanyard is waffenampted (waA63).
German Commerical P08 Luger This is a rare pre-1939 commerical produced luger in 7.63mm calibre. German commercial produced weapons where marked with the letter "N" with a crown on top, as is the case in this example. In 1939 the commerical mark change to a eagle above the letter "N". The luger is not dated, however it does have the Mauser "DWM" logo " Deutches Waffenfabrik". The front of the frame just below the serial number is stamped "Germany"
German Cross in Gold This is the cloth version of the German Cross in Gold,which was instituted on 28. 9.1941. The award was given to persons in recongition of multiple bravery or distinguished leadership. This example has been cut directly of the tunic retaining some of the material.
German Dutch Captured Greatcoat. This is a Dutch captured greatcoat which has been utilised by the Wehrmacht by adding a green collar and pebbled buttons. Due to the close colour match between Dutch army uniforms and German fieldgrey. The Wehrmacht utilised tunics, greatcoats and trousers for German use with minor modifications as in this example.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which has a clear stamp cancellation mark.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which was written in Berlin on 14.2.1943, cancelled in Berlin-Charlottenburg on 15.2.1943 and was sent to Hamburg.
German Feldpost Card This a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used fieldpost card which is dated 22.8.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which is dated 14.3.1945.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card, showing German engineer on a bridge building excerise.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which is dated 22.7.1941.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which has a clear stamp cancellation mark.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which is dated 9.2.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which also doubles as a song card. The card is dated 5.3.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card which also doubles as a song card. The song is \"ROSEMARIE\".
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which is dated 31.7.1941.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card which is dated 13.1.1940.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is an un-used feldpost card, which is written in English. The front of the card shows the German 18th Army in Paris on 14th June 1940, towing a 8.8cm gun.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card which is 28.11.1941.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card showing, central Berlin, die Ost-West-Achse im Festschmuck.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card,
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which is dated 1.12.1941.
German Feldpost Postcard This is a used feldpost card which has a stamp of Adolf Hitler and a faint cancellation mark. The front of the post card shows German artillery on a training excerise.
German G3 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a Bundeswher cleaning kit for the G3 rifle. The cleaning kit is dated 1986.
German G88 Commission Rifle This is an excellant example of a German G88 commission rifle which was designed by the German Arms Commission and not Mauser. This example still in it's original calibre M/88 cartridge where many G88 where converted to the 7.92mm spitzer round, during the first year of WW1. These examples can be identified by the letter "S" stamped on the receiver. The rifle was also marked normally around the rear sight with "7.9". The G88 saw service with Germany's colonial expansion, including China during the Boxer rebellion and served as a front line weapon with the German army during WW1 until 1915, when supply of the Mauser G98 rifles increased. Many rifles where given to Austria and Turkey during WW1. The Turkish rifles changed the distance numbers on the rear sight to Turkish numbering system. The G88 did remain in service with the German army through WW1 in second-line and reserve units. This example is dated 1890 and was manufactured Ludwig Loewe Company, Berlin. Original unaltered G88 commission rifles are quite rare within the U.K. Most examples tend to have Turkish markings. ( See WW1 De-act Category, Iitem number 57774 ). U.K.Sales Only.
German G98 Rifle This is a 1914 dated G98 rifle which was the standard infantry rifle used by the German army during WW1. This example is in good condition and was manufactured by Spandau, it is stamped with a number of imperial proof markings. U.K.Sales Only.
German G98 Rifle & Original Leather Sling This is a G98 rifle which is dated 1915, matching numbered except for the bolt and comes with it's ultra rare original leather sling. The slings quick release buckle is stamped with a imperial proof mark. The rifle was manufactured by "Waffenfabrik Mauser Oberndorf" and is profusely stamped with imperial proof marks on the receiver and butt. U.K.Sales Only
German GP35 Browning Hi-Power This is a very nice example of a Beglium made GP35 Hi-Power which was produced for the Wehrmacht under occupation. The pistol is in original finish, waffenampted, the slide is maker marked " Fabrique Nationale D'Armes De Guerre, Herstal Belgique, Browning's Patent Depose". The magazine is also waffenampted.The barrel, frame and slide are all matching numbered. U.K.Sales Only.
German Hebel M1894 Flare Pistol This is a good example of a German Hebel M1894 flare pistol which was the standard flare pistol used by the German Army during WW1. This example has a shorter barrel than the standard Hebel M1894, which indicates that the pistol was used by the Reichswehr during the 1920's and 1930's. The Reichswehr tended to shorten the barrels of the Hebel M1894 pistols. It was also used in limited numbers by the Wehrmacht during WW2. The pistol is maker marked "G & C" ( Finower Industire GmbH ). U.K.Sales Only
German Hitler Youth Dagger This is a Hitler Youth dagger which is dated 1939, the blades inscription has been polish of the blade, however the maker is still clearly visible "GOTTLIEB HAMMESFAHR, SOLINGEN". The ricasso is maked with the maker's code M7/67 and "RZM". The left hand grip has also been smoothed so no checkered pattern remains.The right hand grip still retains the Hitler Yourth enamel badge. The scabbard is missing the leather belt loop and retaining strap. U,K.Sales Only
German Horseman\'s Badge This is a nice example of the 1st Class Horseman\'s badge in Gold. There was also a 2nd and 3rd Class, silver and bronze respectively. The badge is marker marked \"FINHAUER LUCK LUDENSCHEID\".
German Hunter's Knife This is a very interesting item which appears to be made of a Third Reich hilt with a hunter's blade. I can not confirm when this is done. However i would guess post-war. The blade is marked "WHITBY, SOLINGEN, GERMANY". The knife does feel quite heavy. U.K.Sales Only
German Inert M1916 Stick Grenade This is a good example of WW1 inert German M1916 stick grenade which still retains part of it's instruction label on the head. The handle is marked for five and half second fuze and still retains it's porcelain ball. U.K.Sales Only.
German Inert M2H Smoke Grenade This is a rare WW2 German M2H ( Bledkorper 2 H ) smoke grenade. The interior of the grenade has a glass tube which would have contained a solution that was supposed to lower the freezing point, thus allowing the grenade to be used in winter conditions. The cap is bakerlite. U.K.Sales Only.
German K98 & ZF41 Mount This is a 1938 dated K98 which has had a ZF41 mount fitted. The makers rifle's makers code is "27" ( Erfurter Maschinenfabrik, Berthold Geipel GmBH ). The maker is better known as "ERMA". The rifle is profusely waffenampted. U.K. Sales only.
German K98 Ammunition Pouches A good set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches, both still retain the cell dividers. The cell divders where commonly removed by veteran troops, to allow easier access to their five round clips One of the pouches is "RB" number, the other is dated 1942 and maker markd "cnv" ( Jakob Neuroth Sohne, Werkzugfabrik ). The D-rings are different shapes, however the front of both pouches are identical.
German K98 Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches. Both pouches are "RB" number, one of which has had the cell dividers removed, which was a common practice amongst German combat veterans which allowed them easier and faster access to their five round clips. The other pouch has suffered with some minor damage in the form that one of the belt loops is missing. However it still retains it's cell dividers. Both pouches are almost identical in appearance and is still ideal for display purposes.
German K98 Bayonet This German K98 bayonet and scabbard where "Weyersberg.Kirschbaum & Co " ( W.K.C. ). Unfortunately the scabbard and bayonet are not matching numbered. The bayonet is not dated, but does have the waffenampts on the pommel. The scabbard is dated 1938.
German K98 Bayonet & Frog This is a German K98 bayonet, which is dated 1943 and maker marked "cof " ( Carl Eickhorn Waffenfabrik ). The scabbard has the same maker code "cof" and dated 1944. The bayonet and scabbard are both waffenampted. The bayonet comes with the cavalry type leather frog with retaining strap. The frog is maker marked "Roeschl Rohrbach" and a very faint 1941. The correct designation for a K98 bayonet is S84/98. U.K.Sales Only.
German K98 Bayonet & Leather Frog A good example of a non-matching K98 bayonet and its original leather frog. The bayonet has dark brown bakerlite grips, dated 1938 and was manufactured by "E.U.F.HURSTER. U.K.Sales Only
German K98 Rifle This is a late war produced K98 rifle which is dated 1944 and has the maker's code "bcd" ( Wihelm-Gustloff-Werke ). This example is in late 1944 specification with press-steel metal fittings, however the butt plate is dated 1943 and maker marked "ggm" ( Franz Ullrich & Sohne AG ). The waffenampts are intacted including the butt which is also stamped with the letter "H" for "Heer" ( Army ). U.K.Sales Only
German K98 Rifle This K98 is in fact a post-war manufactured example produced between May and December 1945, by the Czechoslovakian company "Bruno" which manufactured K98's for the Wehmrmacht under German occupation and continued to produce K98's for a short period immediately after WW2, making this K98, quite a rare example. The Post-war Czech made K98's still retained their German maker's code as in this example "SWP" ( Waffenwerke Brunn AG ). Some of the post-war K98's would also have wartime produced parts to finish production as this example has a wartime produced stock which retains a German waffenampt on it's butt. It also has the correct late-war press steel fittings. U.K.Sales Only
German K98 Rifle This is a very nice late-war produced K98 rifle which is dated 1944 and was manufactured by "Wilhelm-Gustloff Werke" (bcd). This example is a Russian capture as indicated by the "X" mark on the barrel. However the waffenampts are intact which is unusual for a Russian capture. U.K.Sales Only
German K98 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a post-war produced cleaning kit for the K98 rifle.
German K98AZ This is a original Kar 98 rifle which was developed in 1904 after consideration of the British Lee-Enfield and American Springfield short universal guns both of which where designed for issue to all branches of the armed forces. The Kar 98 intered Imperial German Army service in 1908 and was issued to Cavalry and Artillery units. This example is matching numbered except for the bolt dated 1918 and was manufactured by the Erfurt arsenal. The butt still retains faint imperial proof markings. U.K.Sales Only.
German K98AZ Rifle This is a early 1909 dated K98AZ which was adopted into the German army in 1908 and issued to Cavalry, artillery and assault troops. This example was manufactured in Danzig and is matching numbered except for the bolt. It is in untouched condition still retaining the imperial acceptance markings on the butt. U.K.Sales Only
German Knife, Fork, Spoon Set This is in fact a Bundeswehr issue knife, fork,spoon set, which is identical to the wartime issue examples. This set was manufactured in Hamburg in 1982 and is ideal for WW2 living-History.
German Labour Front Identity Document This is a German Labour Front ( Deutsche Arbeitsfront ) indentity document which originally belonged to one Hermann Meister, who was born on 26th December 1882. The document is dated 5th February 1937.
German Labour Front Song Book This is a German Labour Front ( Deutsche Aarbeitsfront ) issue song book.
German Leather Cold Weather Helmet This is a 1930\'s German made fur lined cold weather helmet which would have been used either in open top vehicles or aircraft. The helmet is a small size approximately 56. The leather is in good condition and the poppers are \"prym\" marked.
German Life Guards Cased Stick Pin This is a Third Reich era cased stick pin, which was worn by life guards who have completed a basic level qualification certificate. The been is embossed with the word "GRUNDSCHEIN. DLRG" ( Deutsche Lebensrettungesgesellschaft ) which means German Life Saving Association. The Life saving association was founded in 1913 and is still extremely active today.
German Luftwaffe Twin Barrelled Flare Pistol This is a rare twin barrelled German Luftwaffe ( Airforce ), flare pistol. Which was part of the survival kit supplied to all German bomber crews. Before the serial number there is a two letter prefix "fl" for Flieger ( Flight ) and the pistol has the luftwaffe ordnance acceptance stamp number "5" in the centre of two wings. U.K.Sales Only
German M1894 Hebel Flare Pistol This is the M1894 Hebel flare which was used by the German army during WW1 and WW2. This example has faint imperial proof marks and is in fair condition. U.K.Sales only.
German M1894 Hebel Flare Pistol This is an excellant example of the German M1894 Hebel flare pistol, which was used as the standard flare pistol by the German Army during WW1. The pistol was also used during WW2 by the Wehrmacht. The pistol has a number of imperial proof markings and is matching numbered. U.K. Sales only.
German M40 Helmet This is a M40 helmet which appears to have been painted twice. However i do not believe that of the remains the decals, are original to the helmet. The shell is marked \"Q64\" and the liner is size marked 57.
German Mauser HSC Semi-Auto Pistol This is untouched Mauser HSC semi-auto pistol which was originally designed as a commerical venture and was introduced between 1938 and 1939. However with the breakout of WW2. The Mauser HSC was taken into German military service mainly with the Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe. This example is marked with the Mauser logo " Mauser-Werke AG Oberndorf A..N.", with Third Reich waffenampts and commerical mark with eagle on the letter "N". U.K.Sales Only.
German Mauser M1914 Semi-Auot Pistol ( Kriegsmarine ) This is a lovely example of a German imperial mauser M1914 semi-auto pistol, which was re-issued during WW2 to the German Kriegsmarine ( Navy ). The pistol retains the imperial waffenampt and has the Kriegsmarine acceptance mark. The pistol is matching numbered and the slide is marked "Waffenfabrik Mauser-Werke A.G.am-Necker" U.K.Sales Only
German Mauser M1934 Semi-Auto Pistol ( Kriegsmarine ) This is a nice example of a German mauser M1934 pistol which has been issued to the Kriegsmarine ( Navy ). The only negative aspect to the pistol is a hairline crack to the right wooden pistol grip. Otherwise it is in excellant condition and matching numbered. The slide is marked "Mauser-Werke AG. A.N". The base of the magazine is also marked "Mauser". U.K.Sales Only
German Messtins A set of post-war German messtins ideal for WW2 renactment or living history purposes.
German MG Ammunition Tin This is a wartime produced MG ammunition tin which would have contained 250 rounds of belted 7.92mm ammunition. The MG tin has been post-war repainted. However the it still retains it's waffenampted.
German MG34/42 Drum Magazines & Carrying Rack A set of post-war manufactured MG34/42, 50 round drum magazines, which come with a original 1943 dated carrying rack ( Gurttrommel ). The carrying rack has been post-war repainted.
German MG42 Sling This is a webbing and part leather sling for the MG42 machine gun.
German Military Language Book This is a Wehrmacht issue German Military Language ( Deutsche Wehrsprache ) book. Which explains the German military terminology and symbols as used by the Wehrmacht. The book as a personal dedication which is dated May 1944.
German Motor Sport Badge This is an extremely rare German motor sport badge which was authorised on 18.2.1938. The badge was awarded to race drivers, long distance drivers and cross country drivers. The reverse of the badge has a nested \"LN\" above the number 1790. It is also marked \"Ges.Gesch\". It also has a silver halmark of \"800\"
German MP38/40 Loading Tool This is a loading tool for the German MP38 and MP40 submachine guns. This example was manufactured by "Steyr-Daimler Puch AG" ( kur ) dated 1943.
German MP40 Leather Sling A nice original leather sling for the German MP40 submachine gun.
German MP41 Magazine Ultra rare German MP41 magazine, which is identical to an MP40 magazine except for the markings. An MP41 magazine is marked "MP41, Patent Schmeisser", with the makers name "HAENEL" within an arrow. The magazine is also waffenampted.
German MP44 Loading Tool A original MP44 loading tool.
German P08 Luger This is a 1936 dated exmaple of the German P08 Luger which was the used by the German Army during WW1 and WW2. The luger was produced uptil 1942. This example is in original finish matching numberes except for the magazine. It is in excellant condition with a nice dark patina. The receiver is stamped with Reichwehr proof markings which was still being used uptil 1937. The pistol has the maker's code "S/422" which is for Mauser. The base of the magazine has a Third Reich proof mark. The toggle stays back when pulled. U.K.Sales Only
German P08 Luger Semi-Auto Pistol This is a good example of a 1917 dated P08 luger which was manufactured by Mauser "DWM" logo ( Deutsches Waffenfabrik Mauser ). The pistol is matching numbered except for toggle assembly and has the correct WW1 pattern magazine with wooden base. U.K.Sales Only
German P08 Luger Semi-Auto Pistol This is a 1921 dated P08 Luger with Reichwehr waffenampts. The luger is matching numbered, except for the side plate. In fact it was quite common for many early 1920's produced lugers to have some WW1 left over parts. The toggle assembly is maker marked with the Mauser "DWM" logo ( Deutsches Waffenfabrik Mauser ). The pistol comes with a WW1 pattern magazine. The Luger is also unit marked, which has been scratched out. U.K.Sales Only
German P08 Luger Semi-Auto Pistol This is a excellant example fo a 1918 dated luger semi-auto pistol, which is completely matching numbered. The pistol was manufactured by "Erfurt" and has the correct WW1 pattern magazine with a wooden base. U.K.Sales Only
German P1 Pistol & Holster This is a German P1 pistol, which is a modern example of a war-time P38. This example is dated December 1978, which is stamped on the right side of the slide ( 12/78 ). The pistol is also stamped "BW" ( Bundeswehr ) and comes with its original leather holster and spare magazine. U.K. Sales only.
German P38 Hardshell Holster This is a first pattern hardshell holster for the P38 semi-auto pistol. The back of the holster is embossed with "P38" and is waffenampted. The inside appears to be marked with the original owners name.
German P38 Magazine This is a wartime manufactured P38 magzine which is waffenmapted and marked "P38v".
German P38 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a 1943 dated P38 pistol, which is matching numbered and has the maker's code "ac" ( Walther ). The pistol is in original condition with the correct wartime issue magazine indentified by the "P38v" marking.U.K.Sales Only
German Pepperbox Pistol This is a very nice example of German made pepperbox pistol dating from the 1840's. The pistol is engraved, however the maker's name appears to be worn away. No licence is required under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only.
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare black leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to various German semi-automatic pistols, which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the 27mm flare pistol, which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare brown leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to various German semi-automatic pistols which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the 27mm German flare pistol, which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare brown leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to a number of German semi-automatic pistols which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be used for the 27mm flare pistol which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Police Officers Tunic This is a Reichwehr period police officers tunic. The tunic which is in mint condition. German police uniforms during the Reichwehr period varied in colour from state to state. This particular tunic is grass green in colour and holds the rank of Hauptman ( captain ) and has and imperial style eagles on each shoulderboard.
German Political Leaders Holster This is a Political leaders holster which is embossed with the eagle and swastika on the flap. The inside is stamped with a waffenampt. I am not to sure for what type of pistol. However i suspect, it's for a 7.65mm pistol of foreign manufacture.
German Ration Card This is a ration card named to Helmut Fritz Freudenberg who was born at Dresden in 1910. The card is used from 8/12/1934 to 21/11/1936.
German Ration Card This is a ration card made out to Helmut Fritz Freudenberg of Sachsen. The card is dated 11/5/1931 to 8/12/1934. Herr Freudenberg was born in Dresden 1910.
German Red Cross Field-Dressing Box This is field-dressing box which still retains two field-dressings. The box and field-dressing are all dated 1944. the box has been embossed with "DRK Sanitatslager Babelsberg" and has Luftschutz label giving the name of the maker "W.Sohngen & Co. Wisbaden". The box is also stamped with "Nur Fur Angehorige der Wehrmacht" ( For use of the Armed Forces ).
German Red Cross M38 Sidecap This is a very nice example of a German Red Cross ( Deutche Rote Kreuz ) M38 side cap which is dated 1940. The cap has the national cockade on the front and the German Red Cross insignia on the side of the cap. The lining is stamped D.R.K ( Deutche Rote Kreuz ) and is also size stamped 56.
German Red Cross Membership Badge This is a enamelled membership badge of the German Red Cross. The badge does have some damage to the enamel and the retaining pins are missing. The badge is non-maker marked.
German Rifle Association Schirmmutzen This is a 1930\'s period peaked cap as worn by members of the German Rifle Asscociation. The cap\'s badge is of cross muskets and the cockade is green for Bavaria. The celluloid triangle is intact and has the makers name \" Die FLOTTE Mutze\".
German S98/95 Sawback Bayonet & Frog This is a very nice example of a German S98/05 sawback bayonet dated 1916 and manufactured by "Waffenfabrik Mauser AG.Oberndorf a.N". The top edge of the bayonet has a crown over the letter "W", which stands for Kaiser Wilhelm II. The bayonet has the steel mid-war scabbard which has the leather bayonet frog attached. U.K.Sales Only
German Semi-Relic MG Ammunition Tin This is a semi-relic MG ammuniton tin, which still has large traces of it's original tan paint on the inside, plus most of it's original rubber seal.
German Semi-Relic MG Ammunition Tin This is a semi-relic MG ammunition tin. The inside of the lid retains most of it's rubber seal and some traces of it's original tan paint.
German Soldiers of WW2 A detailed and comprehensive study of WW2 German forces, consisting of photographic close-ups of the soldiers, who threatened the world from 1939 to 1945. The evolution of the uniforms worn by the infantryman, aircrew, paratroopers and armoured crews is graphically illustrated in detailed full colour pictures.
German Spent 27mm Flare Cartridge This is a spent 27mm flare cartridge which is dated June 1940. It has a used by date of 31st July 1946. U.K.Sales Only
German Unit Marked Gew 88 Commission Rifle This is a nice example Gew 88 commission rifle which designed by the German Arms commission and not Mauser The German army continued to use the Gew 88 as a front line weapon until 1915, when the supply of G98's increased. However it continued to see service with the German army through WW1 as a second-line and reserve units weapon. WW1 used Gew 88's are identified by their re-champered barrels to 7.92mm spitzer round.This example has seen service during WW1, as receiver is marked with the letter "S", which stands for "Spitzer-Patrone" ( Shaped round ). The left-side of the rear sight is stamped with the calibre "7.92mm". The muzzle ring is stamped with the original German unit 83.R.5" ( 5th Compnay Infantry Regiment 83 ). However the weapon was later supplied to the Ottoman Turks as the rear sight distance numbers have been replaced with Turkish numbering system". The Turks used the Gew 88 with great effect against the allies during the Galliopli campaign 25th April 1915 to 9th January 1916. This example was manufactured in Erfurt 1891. The G88 was also supply to Germany Austria-Hungarian allies. Unaltered G88 commission rifles in their original M/88 calibre are quite rare. ( See Pre-WW1 Category, item number 57880 ). U.K.Sales Only
German Unit Marked P08 Luger Semi-Auto Pistol This is a nice example of a 1937 dated, matching numbered luger except for the magazine. The pistol is maker marked "S/42" ( Mauser ) and unit marked to "Schupo Dz 221" which was one of the 15 Sicherungs-Divisions ( Security Division ), which was usually formed around men who were graded in one of the lower fitness categories. 221 Sicherungs-Division was originally formed as 221 Infantry Division downgraded in 1941 and disbanded 1944. U.K.Sales Only
German Velo Dog Centre Fire Revolver This is a rare late 19th Century German 5.75mm centre fire Velo Dog revolver with folding trigger. The revolver is in excellant coondition retaining nearly all of it's original bluing and pre-WW1 imperial German proof markings. U.K.Sales Only
German Walther PPK This is a the famous German Walther PPK which influenced many nations to copy the design with or without licence.This example is a pre-1939 produced and in excellant condition condition The slide is marked with the pre-1945 Walther logo. The grips are also marked with the Walther banner.. The Walther PPK has become symbolic to the fictional charactor of the British spy 007 ( James Bond ) as his preferred weapon. U.K.Sales Only
German WW1 S84/98 Bayonet This is a 1915 dated German S84/98 bayonet which was manufactured by ".F.HERDER.A.sn.SOLINGEN". The S84/98 became the standard bayonet for the K98 rifle during WW2. U.K.Sales Only.
German Youth Festival Tinnie This is a Tinnie which was given to German youths at the 1936 German Youth Festival. The tinnie's inscription reads " DEUTCHES JUGENDFEST 1936".
Germany Army Boot Brush Cleaning Kit This is a standard German Army boot brush cleaning kit consisting of four brushes and pouch. This is a post-war manufactured item. However it is indentical to the wartime issue.
Germn Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( LEICHTE FELDHAUBITZE SCHIESST SPERRFEUER ).
Good Conduct Medal This is a good conduct medal. The front of the medal is inscribed with the words "EFFICIENCY, HONOR, FIDELITY"
Government Vietnam Service Medal This medal was awarded to all U.S. governmetal staff, from civil servants to CIA Operatives.
Greek M34/39 Helmet A rare and hard to find Greek M34/39 helmet. This helmets where actually manufactured in Italy and delivered just before the outbreak of hostilities. The helmets where delivered to the Greeks unpainted and without liners. The Greeks would paint the helmets and add their own leather liners. This example is in excellant condition and is size stamped 55.
Green Beret Special Forces Badge This is a Green Beret special forces sleeve badge, which was part of the 5th Special Forces Group. CCCMLT stands for Command & Control Central, Mobile Launch Team.
Green Beret Unit Badge This is a Green Beret unit badge in a form of a Skull and cross bones, with the words "DEATH BEFORE DISHONOR"
Grenade Pouch This is a 1944 dated canvas grenade pouch for the F1 grenade. This example has a leather strap where earlier examples have a wooden button and tie.
Grenadier Guard Officer\'s 1937 Pattern BD Blouse This is a nice example of a 1937 pattern BD blouse belonging to a Major of the Grenadier Guards. The formation patch on each sleeve is for the Guards armoured Division with Roman numeral IV ( 4th Battlion ). The BD retains it;s size and makers label, size 9 and produced by \"C.W.S. Ltd \". There is no date stamp. The blouses collar has been altered to open collar to allow the officer to wear a shirt and tie. However the collar hooks have been retained.
Grey Socks A pair of grey socks, ideal for German re-enactment.
Grey Woollen Gloves A pair of grey woollen gloves ideal for WW1 re-enactors who portray French or German soldiers.
Gross Deutschland Infantry Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of sewn in type infantry officers shoulder boards with the rank of Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ) and belonging to the Gross Deutschland Regiment. The rank pip and the GD cyphers are both gold guilted.
Gross Deutschland Officer's Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched in type officer's shoulder straps belonging to an Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ) of the Gross Deutschland Regiment. The shoulder straps have the branch of service piping, white for infantry.
Gross Deutschland Officer\'s Shoulder Straps A good example of a pair of stitched in type shoulder straps belonging to a Oberst ( Colonel ), of the Gross Deutschland Panzer Fusilier Regiment, which are piped white.
Ground Sheet This is a tan coloured ground sheet made of rubberised cloth which also doubled as poucho. The ground sheet could also be buttoned together to make a rudimentary shelter.
Half Mannequin A halft male mannequin with arms and hands. This would be ideal to display any tunics and field equipment.
Handgun Case This is a U.S. made plastic handgun case, which was produced by "Molded Products.CO", Dayton, Ohio.
Handgun Case This is a plastic handgun case.
HBT Cap A nice clean example of a army HBT cap, which was also worn by marines which adorned with the eagle,globe and anchor collar insignia.
Heer ( Army ) Breathing Apparatus PART 1 This is a rare army breathing apparatus, which i am showing over two listings. The outer casing of the breathing apparatus is marked \"HEER\" ( ARMY ) The actuall breathing apparatus is waffenampted and dated 1943. The mask has the markers code \"bmw\" ( Aluminiumwerke Nurnberg Gmbh ) and dated 1942. The apparatus is complete with all it\'s hoses and carrying straps. However one of the straps has come apart and the hoses have dried and harned.
Helicopter Crewman's Medical Pouch This is helicopter crewman's medical pouch. The front of the pouch has the "RED CROSS" emblem and is stamped " FIRST AID KIT, GENERAL PURPOSE". The pouch was produced by "GUIDA CLOTHING CO".
Herman Goring Other Ranks Schirmmutze A very good example of a contracted produced Luftwaffe shirmmutze ( peaked cap ). The cap is piped white for the elite Herman Goring regiment. The celluloid triangle has been removed, however the makers logo is partly visible on the leather sweatband. The cap is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Herman Goring Panzer Regiment M43 Cap This is a very nice example of a Herman Goring Panzer Regiment M43 cap. The cap does not have any moth damage, the linning is cotton, with a leather sweatband for the brow. The underside of the peak has suffered with some minor moth damage.
Herman Goring Regimental Cuff Band This is a Luftwaffe Regimental cuff band belonging the the Herman Goring Regiment which expand to a Brigade by July 1942. This example is the standard style, machine-embroided cuff band for enlisted men.
Hermann Goring Regiment Cuff Title This is the cuff title worn by members of the Hermann Goring regiment. The example has been shortened allowing just for the title to be shown.
Hitler Youth Achievement Badge This is a silver Hitler Youth achievement badge awarded to Youths who at 17 years of age or older. The recipient of the badge had to qualify in ideological education, gymanstics, field sports and marksmanship. This example is "RZM" marked has the maker's code " M1/63" ( Steinhauer & Luck ). The badge is also serial numbered 167513.
Hitler Youth Armband Thsi is a printed example of the armband worn by all members of the Hilter Youth.
Hitler Youth Armband This is a three piece cotton construction Hitler Youth armband.
Hitler Youth Armband This is a three piece felt construction Hitler Youth armband.
Hitler Youth Armband This is a printed example armband, especially designed to avoid any confusion with the earlier SA and party Swastika armbands.
Hitler Youth Belt and Buckle A good example of a Hilter Youth belt and buckle. The belt is dated 1943 and with a very fainted manufacturers name, however you can read Aachen clearly.
Hitler Youth Belt & Buckle This is a nice example of a steel Hitler youth buckle with an RZM stamped belt, which is also stamped \"J.V.Ausfg.2, 70.L2\"
Hitler Youth Belt & Buckle A good example of a Hitler youth leather belt and alloy buckle. The leather belt is "rzm" and waffenampted stamped" The buckle, is also "rzm" stamped and maker marked. However this is very difficult to see as the markings has worn down, with constant use.
Hitler Youth Juniors Badge A Hitle Yourth junior section badge. The back of the badge is "RZM" Stamped with the LDO number 72 ( Franz Lipp ).
Hitler Youth M43 Cap This is a Hitler Youth M43 cap manufactured in Munchen ( Munich ). The cap is in excellant condition however the Hitler Youth diamond insignia has been removed.
Hitler Youth Uniform This is a Hitlerjugend ( Hitler Youth ), uniform consisting of shirt, scarf with toggle, armband and breeches. The shirt has the distinctive Hitlerjugend buttions. It also appears to be a un-issued item. It is also size marked "40,100" on the inside of the collar. The trousers have some slight wear and some of the buttons have been replaced.
Hitler Youths Leaders Sports Badge This is a un-issued bevo verison of the Hitler Youths Leaders Sports badge.
Home Guard Standing Orders Pamphlet This pamphlet was especially publisted for G.H.Q ( General Headquarters ) Home Forces ( Home Guard ) which gave the Standing Orders and instructions for field exercises for the home guard. This pamphlet is the 3rd edition and dated 1943.
Home Guard Arm Band This arm band was the official issue Deutscher Volkssturm Wehrmacht ( Home Guard ). The German Volkssturm was established on 18th October 1944. Its membership consisted of all able-bodied men from sixteen to sixty years of age who where able to bear arms and who where not already in the armed forces.
Home Guard Armband This is the official armband worn by members of the Deutscher Volksturm Wehrmacht ( Home Guard, Armed Forces ). The Volksturm was established on 18th October 1944. It's membership consisted of all abled-bodied men from sixteen to 60 years of age, who where able to bear arms and not already in the Armed Forces.
Home Made Lantern This is a home made lantern which became common as German city's incurred electrical black outs due to the constant allied air-raids. The base of the lantern is made form a Luftschutz gasmask filter. This exampe is in excellant condition complete with wick.
Homeguard Officers Uniform PART 1 This is a complete Homeguard officers uniform which i am showing over two listings marked as PART1 and PART 2. The uniform was put together by a re-enactor. The uniform is completely original and consists of Cap, shirt, with detachable collar, tie, jacket, trousers, shoes, Sam Brown belt and swagger stick. The cap and jacket have been badged as the York and Lancaster Regiment. The jacket has the original owners name O.C.St.John and dated 27/06/1926. The tailor was \"FLIGHTS LTD, 4 New Burlington St, London, W1\". The ribbon bars are 1914 Star (Mons ), British War Medal 1914-1920, Victory Medal 1914-1918 and India Service Medal. The shirt is size marked 13.
Honour Cross 1914/1918 This is a good example of a honour cross which was established on 13th July 1934 by the Nationald President Field Marshal Von Hindenburg for participants of the Great War. The reverse of the medal is marker marked "F&B.L" ( Keller & Co ). The rippon on this example has been replaced.
Hospital Pyjama Uniform A rare example of the hospital issue pyama uniform as worn by injuried Wehrmacht personal. The jacket is cut in the style of the Fatigue tunic and the trousers cut in the style of M37 service trousers. The trousers are in extremely good condition, however the jacket is in used and stained condition. The jacket is stamped on the left breast with the initials \" HV\".
HQ Special Service Brigade Formation Patch A early post-war HQ Special Service Brigade Formation patch.
Hungarian FEG 35M Rifle This is a rare Hungarian FEG 35M rifle which is in excellant condition and comes with it's original leather sling. The 35M was also used by the German army as they had a shortage of the standard Mauser K98 rifles. German used examples were champered to 7.92mm, fully enclosed magazine, an angled bolt and a modified bayonet lug to accept the K98 bayonet. U.K.Sales Only
Hungarian Fermaru-Fegyver 37M Semi-Auto Pistol This Fermaru-Fegyver 37M semi-auto pistol which was adopted into the Hungarian Army in 1937. A number 37M pistols were made for the German Army as "Pistolen 37(u). U.K. Sales only.
Hungarian Frommer Stop Pistol The Frommer Stop pistol was designed in 1912 for the Royal Austrian-Hungarian Army. The pistol came in two calibres 7.65mm and 9mm. This example is in 7.65mm and dated 1916. The Frommer Stop remained in service to 1945. U.K.Sales Only
Hungarian PA-63 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Hungarian PA-63 semi-auto pistol manufactured by the Fegarmy Arms Factory. The PA-63 entered service in the late 1950's and was issued the Hungarian military and polices forces. U.K. Sales only.
Hungarian PA-63 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Hungarian PA-63, which was produced by the Fegarmy Arms Factory and was introduced into the Hungarian military and police forces in the late 1950's. U.K.Sales only.
Hungarian PA-63 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Hungarian PA-63 semi-auto pistol, which was manufactured by the Fegarmy Arms Factory. The PA-63 entered service with the Hungarian military and polices forces in the late 1950's. U.K. Sales only.
Identity Card This is a un-used Military identity card which was produced in 1945 for Frankfurt An Main.
Identity Disc This is a individual's identity disc which reads "DV 3/5/3 11 A". DV stands for "Deutsch Verwaltung Samt" ( German Administration Office ) 3/5/3, is the department. 11 The individual's personal number and the letter "A" their blood group. This is a very rare identity disc.
Identity Disc ( Armed Forces Replacement Motor Transport Dept ) A battlefield pick up aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit Wehrkr.Ers.DepVI. serial No 28799.
Identity Disc ( Building ) A aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit 2/Bau.11, serial number 451.
Identity Disc ( Company Infantry Replacement Battalion ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. unit 1/Kp.Jnf.Ers.Btl 474,serial No 1160.
Identity Disc ( Infantry ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. blood group O, unit 9/J.R.9, serial No 86.
Identity Disc ( Infantry Replacement Battalion ) A battlefield pick up aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit 3/ Jnf.Ers.Btl.216, serial No 81, blood group O.
Identity Disc ( Infantry Replacement Conversion ) A battlefield pick up with the following markings.unit 2.J.E.B.328, blood group A, serial No 5299.
Identity Disc ( Replacement Artillery ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. serial No 1001, blood group A, unit 2/Ers.A.R.7.
Identity Disc ( Replacement Conversion Infantry ) A aluminium indentity disc with the following markings. blood group 0, serial No 206, unit 3./ E.B.J.R.268.
Identity Disc ( Storm Company Mobile School Replacement ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. Unit St.Kp.L.Sch. E.Btl. 2,Serial number 30531.
Imperial German Prussian M15 Kleiner Rock The kleiner rock was a gament designed for officers orignally to be worn behind the lines. However they can be seen commonly worn on frontline service during the summer months. The tunic has the light green collar of the M15, red piped on the front and cuffs. The red is a universal piping worn by all branch of services. The shoulder boards are the rank of major and are piped red for artillery. The tunic is also stamped with what appears to be a film studio stamp \"MG Wien\"
Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Rifle This is an interesting example of an Imperial Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 rifle. The rifle is in good condition without any rust or pitting. One of Tsarist eagles has been removed, however one is still visible on the receiver with the letter "N" above for Tsar Nicholas II. The weapon has been re-dated "1941". It may have come out of Soviet stores, due to the German invasion, or captured from the Fins and re-dated as their is a Finish military marking on the left of the receiver "SA" ( Suomi Army ). The cleaning rod is missing. UK Sales only.
Indian No1 MKIII SMLE Rifle This is a excellant example of 1918 dated Indian manufactured No1 MkIII rifle, which was produced by the Royal Arms Factory Ishapore. The weapon is matching numbered "9783", except for the bolt. Matching numbered SMLE's are extremely rare to find as many continued to see service with various countries right up to the 1990's with parts being commonly replaced as the weapons got damaged or re-serviced. This example is stamped with the Imperial Crown and has the initials "G.R" which stands for Georgius Rex, latin for King George. It also has a early feature in the form of a magazine cut-off. U.K.Sales Only
Inert 38 Special Rounds Six inert 38 special rounds. U.K. Sales only.
Inert Anit-Tank Round Rocket Motor This is inert anti-tank round rocket motor. U.K.Sales only
Infantry Assault Badge This is a good example of a maker marked Infantry assault badge which was established on 20th December 1939. The badge was awarded to members of rifle not in a motorized division also it was award to mountain troop companies who have completed, combat in three assaults, have served in the front line armed with hand weapons during an assault.
Infantry Combat Badge This is a very nice example of the Bronze grade of the Infantry combat badge.
Infantry Combat Badge This is Infantry combat badge which was established on 20th December 1939 for recongnition of combat action as an infantryman. This example is missing to hook to secure the pin. Besides the hook missing it is in very good condition.
Infantry Officers M36 Tunic A very nice example of a private purchase Infantry officers M36 tunic with the rank of Leutnant ( Second Lieutenant ). The tunic has the tailors label ( Louis Pfieffer, Aachen ). It also has the internal sword/dagger clip which is DRGM stamped. The only damage to the tunic are slight moth nips to the end of the left cuff.
Infantry Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of stitched in type Infantry officers shoulder boards with the rank of Leutnant (Lieutenant).
Infantry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of Infantry officers shoulder straps which are piped white. The shoulder straps have been removed from the tunic and hold the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant )
Infantry Officers Shoulderboards A good example of a pair of Army Major\'s stitched in shoulderboards.
Infantry Section Leading Booklet This is a new reprint of a 1938 Infantry section leading booklet. The booklet deals with the organization and armament of the Infantry platoon.
Infantry Training Pamphlet Ackpack Flame Thrower This is a new reprint of a 1952 publication of Infnatry training platoon weapons on the Ackpack Flame Thrower, which first entered service with the British army during WW2.
Infantry Training Pamphlet Grenades This is a 1951 dated publication of Infantry training pamphlet for grenades, which covers the 36 grenade, 82 gammon grenade, 77 white phosphorus, 83 coloured smoke, 75 hawkins grenade, 92 tear gas and the 80 white phosphorus grenade.
Insecticide Powder This is a tin of insecticider powder for fleas and crabs. The insecticide was manufactured by Seabroad Laboratories Incorporated. The tin is dated May 1966.
Instruction Manual For Flak Jacket This is an instruction manual which was issued with all flak jackets ( Fragmentation Protective Body Armour ). The manual was published by the United States Army Natick Laboratories, Natick, Massachuesstts and dated 22nd August 1963.
Inter-unit competition Medal This is a competition medal awarded to members of the winning marine platoon. The medal bars reads "LEATHERNECK, 1964 MCRD MATCH, MEMBER, WINNING PLATOON. The reverse of the medal has the name "Blackinton" .
Irish Army Unit Marked MKII Helmet This is a British made MKII helmet supplied to the Republic of Ireland. The helmet has the unit marking of the Irish Eastern Command. The helmet has the original owners name scratched on the undeside of the visor. The liner is marker marked and dated 1939.
Iron Cross 1939 Bar This is a maker marked Iron Cross bar. "C.E.JUNCKER, BERLIN,S.W.". One of the retaining pins has snapped off. However the award is in excellant condition.
Iron Cross 1st Class This is a nice example of an Iron cross 1st class. The centre of the medal has a swastika with a 1939 date below. The retaining pin on the reverse of the medal is halmarked.
Iron Cross 2nd Class A good example of a Iron Cross 2nd class.
Italian Army Waterbottle This is a Italian army waterbottle which is in very good condition.
Italian Beretta 92S Semi-Auto Pistol This is a good example of a Italian Beretta 92S, 9mm semi-auto pistol. The Beretta 92 is the standard law enforcement sidearm used by many of the world's police forces. It also replaced the M1911A1 as the U.S. Military's sidearm. U.K.Sales Only
Italian Beretta AR70 Assault Rifle The Beretta AR70 is a lightweight air cooled gas-operated rifle which is designed to be full and semi-automatic. It is in 5.56/223 calibre. The AR70 has an ingenious flip-up device on the fore and rearsights not only raises the sight line for grenade firing, but redueces the gas supply to the cylinder and so ensures that the full force of the cartridge is used to drive the grenade. This example in excellant condition with full-moving action. U.K.Sales only.
Italian Carcano M91/38 Short Rifle This is a good example of the Carcano M91/38 short rifle, which was introduced into the Italian army in 1938 with the new 7.35mm cartridge. However the Italian government was unable to successfully mass produce the new arms in adequate qunatities before the onset of war and in 1940. All rifle and ammunition production reverted to 6.5mm with most M91/38 short rifles and M38 carbines were re-barreled, making this example quite rare in it's original 7.35mm calibre. The rifle is dated 1939 and was manufactured by F.N.A.Brescia. U.K.Sales Only
Italian Field Dressing This isa Italian field dressing, which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Field Dressing Pack This is a medium size Italian field dressing pack. Which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Field Dressing Pack This is a medium size Italian field dressing pack. Which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Field Dressing Pack This is a medium sized pack of Italian field dressings, which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Field Dressing Pack This is a medium size Italian field dressing pack. Which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Field Dressing Pack This is a 1943 dated large field dressing pack containing 10 field dressings. These would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Large Field Dressing Pack This is a large pack of Italian field dressings, which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian Large Field Dressing Pack This is a large pack of Italian field dressings. Which would have also been supplied to German troops in North Africa and Italy.
Italian M33 Helmet This is an Italian M33 helmet which has been re-issued to Bulgaria after WW2.
Italian M33 Helmet This is good example of an M33 Helmet which still retains 90% of its original green paint. The leather chinstrap has been replaced with a webbing strap from the gasmask pouch. The helmet shell is stamped \"M-128\".
Italian Mannlicher Carcano M1941 Rifle When Italy entered WW2 the Italian military went to war with the model 38 carbine, however in 1941 the Italian military returned to the long-barrelled infantry rifle and introduced the Model 1941 rifle. The M1941 rifle was slightly shorter than the Model 91. This example is in excellant condition and dated 1943. U.K.Sales Only
Italian Officer's Visor Cap This is a very nice example of an Italian officer's visor cap belonging to 4th Artillery Regiment. The celluloid triangle is intact with the maker's details "Sartoria Militare, Bongioui, Trento". The gold gilted chinstrap buttons have the Artillery motif of crossed cannons.
Italian Officers Uniform This is Italian Alpine Captains uniform consisting of Tunic and breeches. The uniform is in good condition with the tunic having a rippon bar over its left breast.
Italian Paratroopers Helmet This is in fact an M42/60 post-war helmet which is very similar to the WW2 examples. The helmet is size marked 58 and would be ideal for re-enactment.
Italian/German M91/38 TS Carbine This is a Italian M91/38 TS carbine "Special Troops" ( Truppe Speciali ). This example has German markings in the form of a single waffenmapt to the left-side of the receiver the barrel has been rebored to German 7.92mm and the top of the receiver has a single rune mark indicating "SS" use. It is also stamped with the letter "S" which stands for "Spitzer-Patrone" ( shaped round ).However i don't believe it was actually used by the Waffen SS but the Volksturm. large quantities of Carcanos where captured after Italy's capitulation in September 1943 by Germany and most where issued to the German Volksturm ( People's Militia ) units in late 1944 and 1945. I believe that this example is probably one of these used by the Volksturm. This example is dated 1941. U.K.Sales Only
Italy Star This is a un-named Italy Star for the 1939 to 1945 war.
Jack Knife British army jack knife multi-tool, which was issued to every soldier.
Jack knife British army issue jack knife, multi-tool. Which was issued to every soldier.
Jager Arm Badge This is a nice example of the Jager arm badge worn by Rifle Divisions and Rifle Battalions. This example has been removed from a tunic and is of Bevo quality
Jager - Battaillon Von Neumann Tunic & Cap ( Part 1 ) This is a jager-battaillon Parade tunic and cap which i am showing over two listings. The tunic is in excellant condition, apart from some minor damage to one of the epaulettes. The tunic is dark green with red collar and cuffs. Apart form the damage to the epaulette the tunic is completely free of any moth damage or staining. The tunic retains the collar liner with all gold domed buttons intact with very attractive red shoulder boards with the gold embroided number 5 Jager-Bataillon Von Neumann ( Schlesisches ), which was raised in 1808, which belonged to the 5th Army Corps. The number 4 on the shoulder board buttons are the company number. The tunic is fully lined, without any moth damage or rips. The cap is covered in Part 2 of this listing.
Jager -Bataillon Von Neumann Parade Tunic & Cap Part 2 This is the second part for listing item number 54595 showing details of the cap. The cap has the makers details and what appears to be the original owners name written on the lining. The condition of the cap is very good without any moth damage.
Jager Arm Badge This is un-issued bevo arm badge which was introduced in October 1942 for rifle Divisions and battalions, involved in mountain warefare.
Jager Officers M43 Cap This is a very good example of a Jager officers M43 cap with the Jager oakleaf cap badge. The cap is in very good condition without any moth damage. However the officers aluminium silver piping has oxidized. The cap has a very faint makers mark, size stamp 59 and a 1943 date. The leather sweatband has a single split.
Jager Regimental Sleeve Badge This is machine-embroided jager regimental sleeve badge. The badge was first introduced on 2nd October 1942.
Jager Regimental Sleeve Badge This is a good example of a Jager Regimental sleeve badge.
Japanese & German Union of Fascists Badge This is an extremely rare and unsual badge to commemorate the non-aggression pact between German and Japan in 1939. This is one of a series of badges produced by "Deschler & Sohn", being the rarest in the series. The badge is non-maker marked.
Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle This is a good example of a Arisaka type 38 rifle which still retains it's dust cover , with an intacted chrysanthemum ( symbol of the Emperor ), indicating that this example was actually captured in the field and not surrendered after the war. The serial number dates the manufacture of the weapon between 1933 to 1940 and was produced by the Kokura Arsenal. U.K.Sales Only.
Japanese Arisaka Type 38 Rifle This is a Arisaka type 38 rifle which is in excellant condition and comes with a reproduction leather sling. The serial number dates the manufacture of the weapon between 1933 to 1940 and was produced by the Kokura Arsenal. It still retains a intact Chrysathemum ( Symbol of the Emperor ) which indicates the weapon is a battlefield pick up. After the Japanese surrender in August 1945 many rifles had the chrysathemums defaced as a face saving gesture. It also retains it's dust cover and cleaning rod which tends to be missing in most examples. The type 38 Ariska intered Japanese service in 1905 and remained in production to 1940. U.K.Sales Only
Japanese Army Cold-Weather Tunic This is a mint example of a Japanese M98 cold-weather tunic with the rank of Sergenat-Major. The tunic is fully wool lined and has re-enforcements on the elbows and shoulders. The tunic still retains the manufacturer\'s ink stamp.
Japanese Army Flag A good example of a Japanese Army flag measuring 2ft,7\" by 2ft,4\" and made of silk.
Japanese Army Greatcoat A good example of a Japanese army other ranks greatcoat. The coat has no moth damage, however it missing three of its buttons. The coat has its manufacturers stampings.
Japanese Army Pantaloons A mint exmaple of Japanese army pantaloons as worn by other ranks. The pantaloons still retain the manufacturer\'s ink stamp and what i believe, to be a year stamp in purple.
Japanese Army Tropical Field Cap This is a rather battered example of a Japanese army issue tropical field cap. The cap has the Yellow Army Star. The chinstrap is made of the same material as the cap and the grommets have rusted.
Japanese Army Tropical Tunic This is the tropical version of the Army M98 tunic. The tunic is in good conidition with some minor stains. The tunic has the manufacturer\'s label and the rank of 2nd Class Private.
Japanese Army Tunic This is a mint example of a woollen M98 Japanese army tunic with the rank of 1st Class Private. The tunic is cotton lined and has the manufacturer\'s ink stamp. The tunic has not suffered with any moth damage. The original owners name is stitched into the collar.
Japanese Field Cap This is a Japanese field cap which is in the same colour and style as Army issue caps. It is made of wool and a canvas type of lining. The chinstrap seams to be made of paper and the sweatband of leatherette.The seam on the rear of the cap has started to come apart and there is either a size or manufacturer marking on the inside of the cap. I do not know what the cap\'s badge represents. However i would guess some type of Civil Defence.
Japanese Messtins A mint example of a three piece set of Japanese messtins which still retain nearly 100% of the original green paint. The messtins have the manufactures halmark on the lid and tray.
Japanese Officer\'s Map Case A good example of a leather Japanese officer\'s map case.
Japanese OR\'s Cap This is an other ranks peaked cap which is piped red for Infantry. The cap does have some minor mothing around the red band. The cap\'s lining is black cotton and what appears to have the original owners name.
Japanese OR\'s Peaked Cap A nice example of a Jananese Infantrymans peaked cap. ( Red Piping). The cap has the army star and has a number of Japanese charactors giving the manufacturer\'s details.
Japanese Prayer Flag This is a personal prayer flag which would have been carried by a Japanese soldier.
Japanese Type 14 Pistol & Holster This is an excellant example of a Japanese type 14 pistol which is dated December 1941. This example has the enlarged triggerguard and magazine retaining spring which was introduced between 1937-1938 after the Imperial Japanese army's experience in Manchuria. This modification is sometimes called the "Kiska Model" as it was first captured on the Kiska Island in the Aleutian group. The pistol comes with it's original holster, which is in excellant condition and has Japanese letter charactors on the inside of the lid flap. U.K.Sales Only.
Japanese Type 30 Bayonet This is a type 30 bayonet for use with the type 30 Ariska rifle. The ricasso on this example is stamped with a arrow and the letter "M", which identifies that the bayonet was produced by National Denki ( National Electric Company ). The ring marking is that of the Kokura Arsenal , the contracting and supervisory arsenal. U.K.Sales Only.
Japanese Type 38 Rifle The type 38 rifle which is a 1905 design and saw service with the Imperial Japanese Army through WW1 and WW2. This example is in excellant condition retaining it's bolt dust cover and the symbol of the Japanese Emperor on the receiver,the Chrsanthemum. Which also indicates that the rifle was manufactured for the Imperial Japanese Army. Most imperial Japanese rifles tend to have the Chrysanthemun grounded off after the Japanese surrendered their weapons in August 1945. However any with the Chrysantheumun intact indicates that the weapon was captured in the field. The Japanese charactors below the Chrysanthemun is the model number "38". This example was manufactured by the Kokura arsenal ( formerly the Koishikawaw Tokyo Arsnenal ), between 1933 to 1945. U.K.Sales Only.
Japanese Type 38 Rifle The type 38 is a 1905 design, which saw service with the Imperial Japanese army during WW1 and WW2. The type 38 was a considerable improvement on the type 30 ( 1897 design ). The type 38 introduced the mushroom-head safety device , had a mauser style bolt, with an enlarged bolt handle. This example is in excellant condition, the serial number "22260" dates the rifle between 1906 to 1935. It has a intact chrysanthemum ( Symbol of the Emperor ). After the Japanese surrender in August 1945 all surrendered Arisaka rifles had their chrysanthemums partially ground off, which was apparently a face saving-guesture. As this example has an intact chrysanthemum, indicates it was captured in the field and still retains it's dust cover, which was commonly removed. The weapon was manufactured by the Koshikawa Arsenal, Tokyo. U.KSales Only
Japanese Waterbottle This is a nice example of a Japanese waterbottle, which has the original owners name written on the cloth cover. The bottle is complete with its metal cap and cork plug.
Jerry Can This is a 1942 dated 20 litre feul jerry can which has been professionally resprayed in the correct Wehrmacht colour. The can is stamped with the word, and is also stamped with the word "Wehrmacht" ( Armed Forces ). The jerry can does have few minor dents, however it has not suffered with any corrosion and will still hold feul without and leaks. The jerry can was manufactured by "Nowack Bautzen".
Joke Book A rare example of a Wehrmacht issue joke book. The book is complete.
Jungle boots A pair of 1960's jungle boots, which have been used by a re-enactor the boots a size 10. The boots would benefit with a good clean and a bit of polish.
K98 Ammunition Pouches A nice set of late-war produced K98 ammunition pouches, which are both "RB" numbered. Both pouches are in excellant condition and retainer their dividers, which are normally removed as was the practice amongst German soldiers to allow easier access to the ammunition.
K98 Ammunition Pouches A good set of K98 ammuniton pouches which are both maker marked and dated. One pouch is dated 1937 and the other 1939. Both where originally brown coloured but both have been darked. The 1939 dated pouch has had it's divider's removed, which was a common practice amongst the German soldiers to allow easier access to the ammunition. The 1937 dated pouch retains it's dividers.
K98 Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 ammunition pouches. One of the pouches has some slight damage. The rear strap loop has started to come away and the central cell has a split in it's centre. Both sets of pouches have had their dividers removed which was common practice amongst German combat veterans as it allowed easier access to their ammunition. The damage to the pouch does not spoil the look and is still ideal for display purposes. Both pouches are maker marked, one of the pouches has a clear 1936 date the other is also dated but difficult to read.
K98 Barrel Band This is a early war K98 barrel band which is waffenampt.
K98 Bayonet with SS Frog. This is a standard non-matching k98 bayonet marked CIC43. The handles are bakelite and the blade is in very good condition and the scabbard retains 96% of its original bluing. The frog is the so-called SS type which was introduced at the end of 1942 and presumably also issued to army troops.U.K.Sales Only
K98 Grenade Launcher sight This is a K98 grenade launcher sight which has had the spring attachment repaired. The sight has sufffered with some pitting, however it is still in good working order and the flute level is still intact.
K98 Muzzel Cover This is an early metal K98 muzzel cover with flip-up cap, to allow the weapon to be fired without removing the cover.
K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches A good set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches which are both "RB" numbered. Both pouches have had their dividers removed which was a common practice amongst German troops, which allowed the individual soldier easier access to their five round clips of 7.92mm ammunition. Both pouches have the same steel fittings.
K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches A nice set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches, both pouches retain their dividers, which are commonly removed by veteran combat troops. Which allowed the individual soldier, faster and easier access to their five round clips of 7.92mm ammunition. One pouch is "RB" numbered the other is maker marked and dated 1942. Both pouches have similar steel fittings.
K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches A good set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches with a matching date 1942. The pouches are both maker marked. One of the pouches still retains it's dividers, the other has had them removed, which was a common practice amongst German troops to allow easier and faster access to the ammunition.
K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches, which are "RB" numbered and dated 1943 on the inside of one lid on each pouch. One of the pouches has also been personalised with the original owners service number painted on the back. Both pouches retain their dividers except for one of the pouch cells.
K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 rifle ammunition pouches. The pouches are dated 1941 and 1942 respectively. Both pouches are maker marked one is produced by "Gustav Schiele, Lederwarenfabrik, Loburg". The other has the maker's code "dxn" ( Lorcher Karosseriefabrik, Binz & Co". Both pouches also retain their cell dividers.
K98 Rifle Grenade Launcher Sight This is a semi-relic K98 rifle grenade launcher sight which was attached to the rifle for use with the actual launcher.
Kitbag A standard piece of equipment which every soldier was issued with the kitbag. This example is dated 1975.
Knife, Fork, Spoon Set A knife, fork, spoon set, which was issued to every U.S. Soldier as part of their personal kit. This example was manufactured by "UTICA".
Knights Cross This is a jewellers copy commissioned by the recipient of the Knights Cross which only 2,237 where awarded. This example has no documentation and is likely to have never been awarded to any individual. The medal has an 800 silver content halmark just below the suspenison loop on both sides. The medal is 54mm long from the base of the of the downward facing arm to the top of the suspension loop. The medal weighs approximately 31gs. The rippon is a replacement.
Knights Cross Oakleaf Cased Cluster This is the additional award to the Knights Cross, the Oakleaf Cluster. This example is still in its original case, however the retaining pin has broke away from the award. There are no maker marks or hallmarks on the award. The case is has a black felt incert with the lid lined with white linen.
Knights Cross of The War Merit Cross Without Swords A rare example of a Knights Cross of The War Merit Cross without Swords. This example has been awarded, however i have no documentation concerning the recipient. The medal has the hallmark of "900" and numbered "1" on the central downward facing arm. The rippon loop is also has the "900" hallmark with the number "1". The underside of the rippon has a greyish silk lining with press studs.
Korean Service Medal This is the U.S. forces Korean service medal awarded to all U.S. military personal who saw action in Korea.
Kreisseiger 1939 Badge This is a bronze Kreisseiger 1939 badge which was awarded to the Kries level victors in the national technical competitions. This example is maker marked "G.BREHMER, MARKNEUKIRCHEN"
Kriegsmarine Battleflag This is an excellant example of a small Kriegsmarine battleflag flag which measures 60x90cm dated 1941 and has the Kriegsmarine waffenampt ( Acceptance Stamp ).
Kriegsmarine Bevo Breast Eagle This is a Kriegsmarine bevo breast eagle which was worn on the blue woollen uniform and pea jacket. This example is un-issued.
Kriegsmarine Cap Insignia This is a uncut bevo Kriegsmarine cap insignia.
Kriegsmarine Denim Tunic This is a Kriegsmarine Petty officers denim tunic, which has been sun bleached. The original colour appears to be jade green. The shoulder boards are missing the rank pips and anchor. The condition of the tunic is very good and has removeable brass naval buttons.
Kriegsmarine Life Preserver This is a very good example of a Kriegsmarine life preserver which was mainly issued to E-Boat and U-Boat crews. The securing strap which was secured between the individuals legs has been shortened, Besides the shortened strap the life preserver retains all of it's bakerlite plugs buckles and rubber hose.
Kriegsmarine Medical Weighing Scales This is a un-issued example of a Kriegsmarine medical weighing scales, which was used to measure the weight of tablets when issued. This example actually comes from the underground military hospital on Jersey. The top of the box is marked \" MARINE LAZARETT\". The underneath of the box is dated 1942 and is stamped \"Natenkommandant, Helier, Jersey\".
Kriegsmarine Medical Weighing Scales A un-issued Kriegsmarine marked medical weighing scales, which would have been used to measure the weight of tablets when being issued. This example actually come from the underground military hospital on Jersey. The top of the box is marked \"MARINE LAZARETT\", the underneath is stamped \"Natenkommandant, Helier, Jersey\" and dated 1942.
Kriegsmarine Medical Weighing Scales This is a un-issued set of kriegsmarine medical weighing scales which was used to measure the weight of tablets before issue. This example has actually come from the undergound hospital from Jersey. The lid of the box is marked \"MARINE LAZARETT\". The underneath of the box is dated 1942 and stamped \"Natenkommandant, Helier, Jersey\".
Kriegsmarine Motor Vehicle Driver Poficiency Badge This is a Kriegsmarine Motor vehicle proficiency badge which was established on 23rd October 1942 for recongition of special driving abilities. This example is in excellant condition with navy blue backing cloth, which still retains it's paper backing. Navy Proficiency badges are quite rare and only come in gold colour.
Kriegsmarine Pea-Jacket A very nice example of the Kriegsmarine pea-jacket which is made of thick navy blue cloth. The jacket is has all ten anchor buttons and a EK2 rippon. The only moth damage is on the left collar patch which has two moth nips. There are no size, manufacture or date markings. The jacket is approximate a size 40\" chest.
Kriegsmarine Summer Uniform This is a mint example of a Petty Officer\'s summer uniform with the trade badge of Unterwasserhorcher ( Uderwater detector specialist ). The blouse has PZE 57 stitched around the collar with the name label of the original owner Garber with a number N.1340/37S. The trousers also has a name label \"OTTO\", with the following embroidered markings \"O1702/39S.
Kriegsmarine Survival Fishing Line This is Kriegsmarine issue survival fishing line, which would have been part of the survivial kit found in life-boats and dinghy\'s. This example is Kriegsmarine marked and dated 1939.
Kriegsmarine Survival Fishing Line This is a Kriegsmarine issue survival fishing line which would have been part of the survival kit found in life-boats and dinghy\'s. This example is dated 1940.
Kriegsmarine Vehicle Pennant This is a Kriegsmarine ( Navy ) vehicle pennant.The edge of the pennant has been sliced, which i believe was done during the period. Probably by an allied soldier as he removed it from the vechicle as a war-souvenir
Kriegsmarine Woollen Blouse This is the dark blue blouse as worn by seaman. The blouse is in mint condition, with part of the markers label remaining. The breast eagle is bevo.
Krim Shield A nice example of the Krim shield which has a fieldgrey cloth backing. The award was establish on 25th July 1942 to commermorate the Crimea campaign. The reverse of the shield retains it's paper backing which has a markers code "bcb" ( Otto Graf ) and a 1944 date.
Landwacht Schirmmutzen This is a nice example of a Landwacht peaked cap. The landwacht where an early form of a national police force which was formed during the Third Reich period. This example still retains its celluloid diamond shaped triangle which is maker marked \"PEKURO\".
Large Capacity Waterbottle This is a large capacity waterbottle which was originally designed as a medic's waterbottle. However due to it's extra half-litre capacity, it was adopted by paratroopers and mountain troopers due to the nature of their operations. This example is maker marked "mn" the cap is dated 1941 and the waterbottle 1942.
Large Capacity Waterbottle This is a large capacity waterbottle which could carry an extra half-litre of water than the standard M31 waterbottle. The large capacity waterbottle was originally designed as a medic's waterbottle. However it soon was adopted by paratroopers and mountian troopers, due to the nature of the their operations and the advantages of having a larger capacity waterbottle. This example is in excellant condition dated 1941 and maker marked "mn".
Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing which is dated 1943 and was produced by Paul Hartmann AG, Heidenheim.
Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing which is dated 1943. The field dressing was produced by Rauscher & Co, Wien.
Large Field Dressing This is an extra large field dressing which is dated 27/03/1942. This type of field dressing was common amongst vehicle first Aid boxes and medical packs.
Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing which is dated 1943 and was produced by "Rauscher & Co, Wien".
Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing dated 1943 and was produced by W.Sohngen & Co, Wiesbaden.
Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing which is dated 1943 and was produced by Rauscher & Co, Wein.
Large Field Dressing This is a non-dated large field dressing.
Large Field Dressing This is a 1943 dated large field dressing.
Large Pack A unblancoed 1943 dated large pack which comes with a set of auxiliary straps.
Late-War M1936 Webbing Belt This is a late-war M1936 webbing belt in OD7 green.
Late-War M31 Waterbottle This is a late-war M31 waterbottle made from steel and which has been coated in red lead paint. The drinking cup is also made of steel, dated 1944 and was manufactured by "AEMA". The strap attached to the cap has come away and the front leap strap loop has split. However when fastend altogether it looks fine and is still ideal for display.
Latvian Badge This a Latvian badge of the city of Riga.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is a Latvian lapel badge for the City of KANDAVA.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is the Latvian lapel badge for the city of RIGA.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is Latvian lapel badge for the city of Riga. The badge has the inscription \"RIGAS DOMS\".
Latvian Volunteer Sleeve Shield This is the sleeve shield worn by Latvian volunteers, serving in the Wehrmacht.
Latvian Volunteer's Arm Shield This is a Latvian Volunterr's arm shield worn by members who have volunteered for service within the German Wehrmacht. This example is a home made variant using army NCO aluminium trees.
Latvian Volunteer's Arm Shield This is the arm shield worn by Latvian volunteers of the Wehrmacht. The colours where taken from the 13th Century flag of the Letts.
LC1 Nylon Suspenders A good example of LC1 nylon suspenders, which was adopted in the U.S. Army in 1973. The LC1 suspenders are also known as the Y-type.
Leather Jerkin This is a good example of a leather jerkin which was made under contract in Belgium for the British army. The label has the maker, size and date. The maker L.Vanenplas, Brussels, size 2 and dated June 1945. The label also has the war department arrow.
Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter Officers Cuff Title This is a officers cuff title belonging to a member of the Waffen SS regiment Leibstandarte Adolf Hitler ( LAH ). The cuff title is still attached to the french cuff of the tunic which was cut probably by an allied soldier as a war souveniour. The remains of the cuff has suffered with some moth damage as has the cuff title itself. The silver letting and border is untouched.
Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter Officers Shoulder straps A pair of Infantry piped Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter officers sewn in type shoulder straps with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The cyphers was originally gold guilted which traces are clearly visibly. Both cyphers have started to oxidize with age.
Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke This is a embroided example of a single shoulder title belonging to Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke. Which was a Canadian Regiment. The regiment was originally formed in 1910 as a Infantry Reserve Regiment based at Sherbrooke, Quebec. The Regiment\'s name was 54th Regt Carabiners De Sherbrooke and recieved a name change to Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke in 1933. The regiment was disbanded in 1945.
Lewis Gun Pamphlet This is a new reprint of a 1942 publication of the Lewis machine gun.
Lewis Gun Training Manual This is the seventh edition of the lewis gun training manual published by Gale & Polden in 1942.
Life Magazine This is an interesting issue of life magazine dated October 16, 1939. The magazine has an interesting article on the U-Boat war and various advertisements.
Lighter A standard cigarette lighter, which would have been used by members of the Wehrmacht.
Lighter This is a period lighter which has had a sixpence emobossed on each side. The sixpence is dated 1942.
Lightweight Rucksack This is a very nice example of the lightweight rucksack which was first introduced as the T-62-1 lightweight rucksack, which was originally devloped fro arctic use and was adopted in 1962. The lightweight rucksack was standardised on 2nd November 1965. This example is dated 1971 and still retains it's instruction sheet.
Lufschutz M43 Cap A nice example of a Lufschutz M43 cap. The colour of the cap is Luftwaffe blue. The lining is artifical silk and the flap has the loops for the ear warmers to be attached.
Luftschutz Armband This is a armband which was worn by personal who was on air-Protection ( Luftschutz ) duties.
Luftschutz Breast Eagle This is a bevo uncut Luftschutz breast eagle.
Luftschutz Gladiator Helmet This is a mint example of the two piece Luftschutz Gladiator style helmet. The helmet is painted black and what looks to be a unit number painted on the inside of the front visor "22" The decal in excellant condition, the helmet would make a nice additional to any serious helmet collector. It is approximately a size 58
Luftschutz Gladiator Helmet This is a two piece example of a Luftschutz gladiator helmet. The helmet is in very good condition retaining 85% of the Lutschutz decal. The helmet marking on the inside of the rear part of the visor. The shell is stamped "RL 2-38/28.
Luftschutz Medal This is a medal award to members of the Luftschutz. The medal was instituted on 30.1.1938. The medal was known as the Air Safety Honour Award ( Das Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen ). The rippon is not the usual blue with with white, red and black border.
Luftschutz Medal 2nd Class This is a good example of a Luftschutz medal retaining most of its grey patina and dated 1938 on the reverse.
Luftschutz Officer's Fliegerblouse This is a Lufschutz officer's fliegerblouse, which is in very good condition. The rank of the blouse is that of Zugfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). Unfortunately the officer's shoulder boards are missing, however the region cuff title of "GAU RHEINHESSEN" is still attached.
Luftwaffe Ant-Aircraft Artillery Combat Badge The bage was instituted on 10.1.1941 and was awarded for the destruction of enemy air and ground targets. This example is in very good condition and is non-maker marked.
Luftwaffe NCO's Collar Patches A set of Luftwaffe NCO's collar patches with the rank of Obergefreiter ( Corporal ). The collar patches have tbe branch of service colour of golden yellow for aircrew or paratroopers. One of the gulls has been replaced.
Luftwaffe 4 Pocket Tunic This is a nice example of a Luftwaffe 4 pocket tunic which is piped red for Flak. The tunic is LBA marked and dated 1936. The tunic is also unit stamped \"I./FLAK.3\" ( 1st Company Flak Regiment 3 ). The tunic appears to have been period tailored as the red piping around the collar has been professionaly removed and the eagle is of a later pattern.
Luftwaffe Aircraft Recongnition Book This is rare and very hard to find a Luftwaffe aircraft recongnition book. The book is complete with all its pages and dated August 1943.
Luftwaffe Anti-Aircraft Artillery Combat Badge This is a good example of a boxed Luftwaffe Anti-Aircraft Artillery combat badge which was institued on 10/01/1941 and awarded for the destruction of enemy air and ground targets. This example is maker marked "G.B." ( Vereinigte Deustche Neckelwerke AG/ Witte & Co )
Luftwaffe Breadbag Strap This is a mint example of the strap which was attached to the M31 Breadbag.
Luftwaffe Breadbag Strap This is a un-issued Luffwaffe ( Airforce ) breadbag strap.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A nice example of a Luftwaffe breast eagle, which has been removed from a tunic or Fliegerblouse.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A Luftwaffe breast eagle.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is the second pattern Luftwaffe other ranks breast eagle which has been removed from a tunic.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A luftwaffe breast eagle which would have been worn on the 4 pocket tunic and fliegerblouse.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A luftwaffe breast eagle, which has been cut-away from the tunic or fliegerblouse. The material of which is still attached to the breast eagle.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is the 2nd pattern airforce breast eagle. Which would have been worn on the 4 pocket tunic and fliegerblouses.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is a Luftwaffe eagle which would have been worn on the flight blouse and four pocket service tunic.
Luftwaffe Cap Eagle This is the 2nd pattern airforce eagle which was worn on side and M43 caps.
Luftwaffe Double Decal M35 Helmet A good example of a Luftwaffe double decal M35 helmet. Both decals are approximately 80% intact. The liner has dried but has been treated. The original owners name, rank and service number is clearly visible "Wolfstast.Gefr. L2255" ( Lance-Corporal ). The end of the chinstrap has torn away.
Luftwaffe Fatigue Tunic A very good example of a white herringbone Luftwaffe fatigue tunic which is size and unit marked. However the unit marking quite difficult to read. The tunic also retains the manufacturer\'s stamp.
Luftwaffe Field Division M43 Cap A slighty battered example of what i believe to be a field made Luftwaffe field division M43 cap. The cap\'s insignia is in a form of a breast eagle with green backing indicating that it was a paratroopers smock eagle. The cap\'s lining is made of cotton which is also used for the underneath of the peak. The outer edge of the peak has frayed revealing the cardboard stiffer. The cap has also been sun-bleached,however when the ear flaps are pulled down the freshness of the fieldgrey material is revealed.
Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Leather Jacket This is a black leather jacket was worn by Luftwaffe fighter pilots. This example has the rank of Major. The pocket zips are unfortunately broken. However the main zip is in working condition. The collar has worn exposing the hessian lining. The press studs are all "PRYM" marked.
Luftwaffe Flak Qualification Badge This is the qualification badge worn on the lower left sleeve by Luftwaffe Flak Crews.
Luftwaffe Generals Cap Insignia Set This is a Luftwaffe Generals cap insignia set, which has been removed from the schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). The insignia consists of gold embroided eagle and national insignia. Both pieces of insignia retain their paper backing.
Luftwaffe Generals Shoulder Straps An extremely nice example of a Luftwaffe Generalmajors shoulder straps
Luftwaffe General\'s National Cap Insignia This is a good example of a Luftwaffe general\'s peaked cap insignia.
Luftwaffe Ground Combat Badge This is a good example of the Luftwaffe ground combat badge which was awarded to airforce personal envolved in ground combat. The badge has a makers name, however this is very faint and difficult to read.
Luftwaffe Junior NCO's Rank Chevron This is a Luftwaffe junior NCO's rank chevron with the rank of Obergefreiter ( Corporal ), with less than 6 years service.
Luftwaffe Krim Shield This is an un-issued Luftwaffe Krim shield which was instituted on 25.7.1942. The shield still retains its paper backing which is marker marked \"J.V.H.\" ( Prebwerk Westfalen, Friedrich Hefendehl ). The shield is also dated 1944.
Luftwaffe M17 Transitional Helmet This is a very nice example of an M17 Luftwaffe transitional helmet with M31 liner. Unfortunately the Luftwaffe eagle has been lightly scratched off. However the outline is still clearly visible. The inside of the shell has been painted with the original owners personal service number \"1031\". The liner is size stamped 56. The brown chinstrap has been shortened, however the gloss Luftwaffe blue paint is in excellant condition.
Luftwaffe M31 Breadbag A good example of a Luftwaffe M31 breadbag, which has leather re-enforcements on the belt loops and is "RB" numbered.
Luftwaffe M31 Breadbag Strap This is a un-issued Luftwaffe M31 breadbag strap, which allowed the individual to carry the breadbag across their shoulder. It was also commonly used to attach foliage to the helmet while in the field.
Luftwaffe M35 D/D Helmet This is an excellant example of a Luftwaffe M35 double decal helmet. The decals are both over 85% remaining with nice smooth finish on the helmet. The leather liner has dried, however the original owners name, rank and number are still clearly visible \"WOLFSLAST, Gefr, L22553\". The shell size is ET66, with the batch number 4285. The end of the chinstrap torn away.
Luftwaffe M43 Cap This is a RB numbered example of a Luftwaffe M43 cap which is size stamped \"57\". The cap has a slight repair to the peaked. However this does not spoil the overall look of the cap. The lining is gold artifical silk.
Luftwaffe M43 Cap Insignia This is a fieldgrey version of the M43 cap insignia worn by members of the Luftwaffe Field Division.
Luftwaffe Marksman Lanyard This is a Luftwaffe marksman lanyard which was introduced in 1936. The lanyard is in excellant condition and still retains it's luftwaffe blue-grey cloth backing.
Luftwaffe Narvik Shield This is an un-issued Luftwaffe Narvik shield which retains its paper backing. The shield was 19.8.1944.
Luftwaffe NCO Rank Chevron This is a rank chevron of a Luftwaffe Obergefreiter ( Corporal ).
Luftwaffe NCO's Pilot Badge This is a cloth badge worn by Luftwaffe NCO pilots.
Luftwaffe NCO's Removeable Shoulder Straps A pair of Luftwaffe NCO's shoulder straps with the rank of Uteroffizier ( Senior-Corporal ), which are piped red for Flak-Artillery. The shoulder straps are not a matching pair, however they are very similar.
Luftwaffe NCO's Shoulder Straps A set of Luftwaffe NCO's removeable shoulder straps which have the rank "Feldwebel" ( Flight-Sergeant ), The brach of service piping is yellow for golden yellow for aircrew or paratroops.
Luftwaffe NCO\'s Schirmmutze This is an excellant example of a private purchase Luftwaffe senior NCO\'s schirmmutze made of officer quality material and piped red of Flak. The cap has the makers details \"Hermann Vockradt\" of Kassel.
Luftwaffe Observer Badge This is the a very good example of the Luftwaffe observer badge which was instituted on 26.3.1936. This example is marker marked but difficult to read clearly.
Luftwaffe Officer's Sidecap A Luftwaffe officer's side cap, which was produced by "Robert Lubstein", size stamped "56" and dated 1940. The grey sweatband has dried and cracked. Besides the sweatband the cap is in very good condition without any moth damage.
Luftwaffe Officers Cap Insignia Set This is a Luftwaffe officers cap insignia set, which has been removed off the schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). The insignia consists of embroided eagle and national insignia. Both pieces of insignia retain their cloth and paper backing.
Luftwaffe Officers Collar Patches A nice set of Luftwaffe officers collar patches which have the branch of service colour for medical personal. The rank is that of a Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ). The collar patches where original on a display board showing the officer ranks of the Luftwaffe. Traces of the glue are still visible on the back of the collar patches.
Luftwaffe Officers Metal Breast Eagle This is a metal breast eagle worn by Luftwaffe officers on their summer white tunics. The eagle retains most of it's gold guilding.
Luftwaffe Officers Pilot Badge This is a Luftwaffe officers pilot badge which is in excellant condition.
Luftwaffe Officers Sidecap This is a fair example of a Luftwaffe officers sidecap, which has minor moth damage to the right side. The lining is made of silk and has a leather sweatband on the brow. The moth damage does not spoil the overall look of the cap.
Luftwaffe Officers Summer Tunic This is a good example of a Luftwaffe officer's summer tunic which has the branch of service colour red for Anti-Aircraft ( Flak ). The tunic has the rank of major and a three award loops plus the Iron Cross 2nd rippon. The collar has had a minor repair due to fraying.
Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle This is the second pattern breast eagle which was worn by other ranks of the Luftwaffe.
Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle This is a very nice example of a Luftwaffe other ranks breast eagle which has a black felt underlay. Black underlay Luftwaffe breast eagles where worn on Luftwaffe mechanics overalls and members of the General Goring Regiment.
Luftwaffe Pilots and Observer Badge A very nice example of a Luftwaffe pilotsand observer badge which is non-marker marked.
Luftwaffe Racksack This is a standard issue luftwaffe racksack which is complete with all its straps, however they have dried and hardened and the right D-ring has started to tear away from its fitting. The racksack is \"LBA\" marked on its leather fitting,
Luftwaffe Racksack This is a 1939 dated Luftwaffe issue racksack in good condition.The racksack has a manufacturer\'s stamp \"Max Frickler & Sohn, Remese \".
Luftwaffe Radio/Air Gunners Cloth Badge This is a cloth example of the badge worn by Luftwaffe aircrew radio/air gunners.
Luftwaffe S/D M42 Helmet This is a single decal Luftwaffe helmet which appears to have suffered battle damage. The brow of the helmet has recieved a dent which has also result in a hairline crack. Besides this the helmet is in good condition retaining nearly all of its dark blue/grey paint. The decal has lost most of its detail but the outline is clearly visible. The liner is size stamped 57. The chinstrap is missing.
Luftwaffe Sentry Coat This is a very large size Luftwaffe Sentry coat, which is blanket lined. The coat has the normal size markings a very faint maker's stamp and what appears to be a 1939 date. The coat original has stitched-in type shoulder boards, which have been cut-away. However you can make out the branch of service piping golden yellow for aircrew and paratroops. Besides the removal of the shoulder boards, the sentry coat is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Luftwaffe Sidecap A good copy Luftwaffe sidecap made of original material including the artifical silk lining. The material and lining came from an original greatcoat, which was quite moth eaten. The cap has been made to a size 57.
Luftwaffe Single Decal M42 Helmet A extremely nice example of a Luftwaffe single decal helmet. The M42 helmet was a production-saving measure introduced in 20 April 1942. The helmet is Luftwaffe blue and the decal is 92% intact. The liner has started to fall apart, however the chin strap is in good condition
Luftwaffe Specialist Qualification Badge This is a Luftwaffe specialist qualification badge worn by flying personal ( Fliegendes Personal ), except for those who where entitled to wear the Luftwaffe pilot's, observer's or radio operator's breast badges. This badge was introduced into the Luftwaffe between March 1936 to April 1937.
Luftwaffe Specialist Qualification Badge This is a Luftwaffe specialist qualification badge which was worn by flying technical personnel ( Fligertechnisches Personal ). The badge was introduced in March 1935 and was worn on the sleeve.
Luftwaffe Specialist Qualification Badge A Luftwaffe specialist qualification badge which was worn by flying technical personnnel ( Fliegertechnisches personal ). This badge was introduced in March 1935 and was worn on the sleeve.
Luftwaffe Summer Flying Helmet This is a summer flying helmet which was the type used by Luftwaffe bomber crews during the Battle of Battle. This example is 85% complete, missing one buckle and the internals of the earphones. The label is still attached giving the model number "LKpS 101 ". The maker is Siemens.
Luftwaffe Summer Flying Helmet This is a very interesting example of a LKp.S.101 summer issue flying helmet. The helmet has been period enlarged with two pieces of trianglar shaped leather strips. The helmet marker is "De T.e W.e, Deutsche Telephon Werke und Kabel Industrie AG. Berlin S.O.36". Most Luftwaffe flying helmets where manufactured by Siemens. There is also a name tag "KARL HEISLER, BERLIN 0.27", which i believe may have been the professional tailor who enlarged the flying helmet. The helmet is complete with all its wiring, earphones and throatmike. The helmet also has a very faint date mark in red ink giving the date 1939.
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge worn by a qualified telephone NCO operator ( Geprufter Fernsprechunteroffizier ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge A Luftwaffe trade badge worn by small arms ordnance NCO, belonging to the flying branch or air signals ( Waffenunteroffizier fur Flieger Truppe und Ln.Truppe ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge worn by medical personnel (Sanittspersonal ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge Luftwaffe trade badge worn by mechanized transport personnel ( Kraftfahrzeuggerat ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge worn by ordnance personal ( Feuerwerker ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge for an administration NCO ( Verwaltungsunteroffizier ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge A Luftwaffe trade badge worn by air raid warning personnel ( Flugmeldepersonal ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge which was worn by a transport driver ( Kraftfahrer ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge A Luftwaffe trade badge worn by a qualified radio NCO operator ( Geprufter Funkunteroffizier ).
Luftwaffe Tropical Breast Eagle This is Luftwaffe breast eagle which would have been worn on tropical issue tunics.
Luftwaffe Tropical Breast Eagle This is a Luftwaffe breast eagle which would have been worn on tropical issue shirts. This example has been cut directly off the shirt, which a piece is still attached to the breast eagle.
Luftwaffe Tropical Shirt A very good example of a Luftwaffe tropical shirt. The breast pockets are missing it's buttons. However i can provide pebble dash buttons if required.
Luftwaffe Tropical Sidecap Eagle This is a Luftwaffe tropical sidecap eagle.
Luftwaffe Tropical Tunic This is a Luftwaffe tropical tunic in blue herringbone cloth. The tunic is in good condition except for the cuffs which have frayed. All internal markings have washout.
Luftwaffe Tropical Visor Cap This is a rare and a very worn and stained Luftwaffe Officers tropical visor cap. The cap is better known as the Hermann Meyer cap, which was derived from Reichsmarschall Hermann Goring, who boasted \"that if a single bomb ever fell overy Germany you can call me Hermann Meyer\". The cap has had its tropical national insignia period removed and been replaced with a officers bullion example. The peak has been repaired which appears to be period.
Luftwaffe Visor Cap Eagle This is a cap eagle worn on Luftwaffe visor caps. This example is missing one of it's retaining pins.
Luftwaffe White Fatigue Uniform A very mint example of an unissued Luftwaffe white fatigue uniform. The blouse still has the the manufacturers paper label stitched to the lower left sleeve. The manufacturer\'s name is Leopold Lsutenschlager and the blouse is also size and LBA marked and dated 1942. The size markings are 41.96.46.61.62.The trousers are in mint condition, however where made by another manufacturer \" Hollerung\" and are also LBA marked and dated 1942. The size markings for the trousers are 86.86.121.100.
Luftwaffe Winter Flying Helmet This is a actually LKpW1C1 winter fleece lined Luftwaffe flying helmet which has been stripped of its electrics. The leather and straps are in good condition.
Luftwaffe Winter Flying Helmet This is a LKpWIC1 winter fleece lined Luftwaffe flying helmet complete with its earphones, throatmike . The electric cap is missing its plug. However the helmet does retain it's Siemens maker and model label. The overwhole condition of the flying is good with the leather still soft and subtle.
Lufwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge worn by an armourer in the anti-aircraft artillery and Regiment General Goring ( Waffenunteroffizier fur Flakartillerie und Regiment General Goring ).
Lufwaffe Tropical Breast Eagle This is a Luftwaffe tropical breast eagle, which would have been worn on either tunics and shirts.
M-1910 Cutlery Set A M-1910 cutlery set consisting of knife, fork and spoon. The knife has the maker's initials "L.F.& C." and dated 1917.
M-1910 Entrenching Axe & Carrier This is a 1944 dated M-1910 entrenching axe which was manufactured by "PLUMB". The carrier is dated 1943 and has the maker's initials "QMC".
M-1910 Haversack This is an M-1910 haversack which is dated July 1916. The haversack was manufactured by Campbell Perkins and has had a number of field alterations.
M-1910 Haversack This is a un-issued M-1910 haversack which is dated September 1918. The haversack is maker marked "L.C.C.& Co".
M-1910 Pick-Mattock & Carrier This is a M-1910 pick-mattock, which was as a entrenching tool. The blade is dated 1944, U.S. stamped and was manufactured by "DIAMOND CALK". The carrier is also dated 1944 and has the maker's initials "V.C.CO."
M-1910 Pick-Mattock & Carrier This is a M-1910 pick-mattock which was used as a entrenching tool. The blade is dated 1943, U.S. stamped and manufactured by "PLUMB". The carrier is dated 1942 and has a faint maker's initials.
M-1910 Waterbottle Set This is a WW1 vintage M-1910 waterbottle which has had the cap replaced with a plastic verison. The bottle is stamped " A.P.Co". The cup is undated. The pouch is in mint condition with a manufactured date of 1918 and a re-issue date 1942.
M-1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M-1910 waterbottle set consisting of waterbottle, drinking cup and pouch. The waterbottle and drinking cup are both dated 1918 and have the maker's stamp "AGMCo". The pouch is unit marked 311th Infantry Regiment.
M-1910 Waterbottle Set A M-1910 Waterbottle set consisting of waterbottle, drinking cup and pouch. The waterbottle is dated 1918 and has the maker's stamp "LE & C". The drinking cup is non-dated.
M-1910 Waterbottle Set This is a interesting waterbottle set consisting of waterbottle, drinking cup and pouch. The waterbottle and drinking cup are both dated 1918. The waterbottle has the maker's stamp " T.J.W.B.M.CO." and the drinking cup has the maker's code A.G.M.Co. The pouch has a carrying strap, unit marked "27th Machine gun Regiment" and dated 1917.
M-1910 Waterbottle Set A M-1910 waterbottle set consisting of waterbottle, drinking cup and pouch. The cup and both are both dated 1918. The cup is not dated but is stamped "21".
M-1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M-1910 waterbottle set consisting of a 1918 dated waterbottle, a 1945 dated drinking cup and pouch.
M-1923 Ammunition Belt This is an M-1923 ammunition belt which is dated 1944 and has the retaining straps to secure the 8 round 30.06 clips for the M1 Garand and Springfield rifles.
M-1928 Haversack This was the standard haversack for U.S. troops throughout WW2. Made of canvas, it could be used as a light assault pack or as a complete field pack when the lower part was attached. This example has been modified that the three flaps have been stitched together to form a permanent assault pack. The haversack is dated 1943 and was produced by \"A.REIF & Co,PHILA.P.A.\"
M-1928 Haversack This is a mint example of a the M-1928 haversack which was the standard used haversack for U.S. troops during WW2. This example is dated 1943 and was produced by "BOYT".
M-1928 Messtin Pouch A M-1928 messtin pouch which would have also held the cutlery set.
M-1928 Messtin Pouch This is the messtin and cutlery pouch which was attached to the M-1928 haversack.
M-1928 Messtin Pouch A M-1928 messtin pouch, which would have been attached to the M-1928 Haversack.
M-1936 Field Bag ( Musette ) This is a 1942 dated M-1936 field bag which is better known as the Musette bag. The Musette bag was mainly issued to officers and other personal such as paratroopers and armoured crews in lieu of the haversack. This example was manufactured by "ATLANTIC PRODUCTS CORP". and has the original owners name written on the front of the flap "P.M.HANDFORD". The musette bag has some minor damage in the form that one of the corner D-rings has been ripped off.
M-1936 Field Bag ( Musette Bag ) This is a good example of a M-1936 field bag which is better known as a musette bag. This example comes witha 1941 dated carrying strap. The musette bag is dated 1945 and was produced by "THE BYER MFG.CO".
M-1936 Field Bag ( Musette ) This is a good example of the M-1936 field bag which is better known as the musette bag. This example is un-dated however it is \"US\" stamped and comes with its carrying strap.
M-1936 Field Bag Carrying Strap This is a late war M-1936 Musette field bag carrying strap.
M-1936 Suspenders A set of early M-1936 suspenders which have brass fittings and steel clips. This example is not dated.
M-1936 Suspenders A nice set of M-1936 suspenders. Which are stamped "U.S.", maker marked "HINSON MFG" and dated 1943. The suspenders are also stamped "S01362.
M-1936 Suspenders A nice set of M-1936 suspenders, which have a faint U.S. and makers stamp with a 1942 date.
M-1936 Suspenders A nice set of M-1936 suspenders, which have a faint "U.S." and makers stamp. The suspsenders are dated 1942.
M-1936 Suspenders A nice set of M-1936 suspenders, which have a faint U.S. and makers stamp. The suspenders are dated 1942.
M-1936 Suspenders A nice set of M-1936 suspenders, which are U.S. and maker stamped "V.R.CO". The suspenders are dated 1943.
M-1937 Flannel Shirt This is a rather used M-1937 without special gas features which was introudced in 1941. This example has frayed around the collar and a couple of minor holes.
M-1938 Leggings A good set of M-1938 Leggings which ared dated 05/06/1942 and was produced by "TYER RUBBER CO". The leggings are size stamped 3 regular and come with their original laces.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch containing a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HAPERIN Co. INC.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch, which contains a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HALPERIN Co. INC.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch, which contains a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HALPERIN Co. INC
M-1942 Messtin A non-dated example of M-1942 messtins which was produced by \"WYOTT\" and stamped \"US\".
M-1942 Messtins A nice set of M-1942 messtins which are non-dated. The messtins are stamped \"US\" and was produced by \"WYOTT\".
M-1942 Messtins A set nice set of M-1942 pattern messtins which are stamped "U.S", dated 1945 and was manufactured by "MASSILLON AL.CO".
M-1942 Messtins A nice set of M-1942 pattern messtins which are dated 1966 stamped "U.S." and was manufactured by "T/I-M&C". The DSA contract date is 1967 as indicated by the DSA contract number "DSA-400-67-C-0099-TR530".
M-1943 Pattern Reversible Parka This is a 1943 pattern reversible parka, which replaced the 1941 vintage sheepskin or alpaca lined parka\'s. The parka closes with a zipper and a buttoned flap it has two large patch pockets with flaps below the waist on the green side only. The snaps located on the front panels could be used to gather the hem around the legs. The snaps on the hood was used to make the hood less capacious. The parka also could be lined with a removeable pile liner.
M-1944 Field Jacket ( Ike Jacket ) This is a nice example of the M-1944 Field jacket. which was chosen by General Eisenhower in april 1944 and became better known as the Ike jacket. The Ike jacket was originally designed to be a field jacket based on the British battledress for use in the european theatre of operations. However the M-1943 became the popular field jacket and the Ike jacket became an excellant replacement for the service coat. This example is size marked 38R and dated 18th Dec 1944 and produced by De Rossi & Son.
M-1944 Field Jacket Army Airforce This is a good example of the M-1944 field jacket which became better known as the Ike jacket as this pattern was chosen in April 1944 by General Eisenhowever. The jacket was orignally designed to be worn underneathe the M-1943 jacket but became a popular replacement for service jacket. This example retains both instruction and contract labels and the date of manufacture is 4th Dec 1944. The jacket retains two badges, one is the Airforce emblem with \"Training Command\". The other is a service unit badge.
M-1956 Butt Pack Adaptor Strap. This is the adaptor stap for the M-1956 field pack ( butt pack ). The straps allowed the butt pack to be worn on the upper back.
M-1956 Entrenching Tool Cover This is a M-1956 entrenching tool cover for the M.-1943 entrenching tool. This example is FSM stock numbered which dates it before 1960.
M-1956 Field Dressing Pouch & Field Dressing This is a M-1956 field dressing pouch with a 1967 dated field dressing. The field dressing was produced by "Lily White Sales Co, Inc, New York".
M-1956 Field Pack ( Butt Pack ) This is a M-1956 field pack which is butter know as the Butt pack, due to its position on the webbing when worn. This example has a faint \"US\" stamp on the front of the flap.
M-1956 Plastic Waterbottle & Rubber Pouch This is a 1966 dated M-1956 waterbottle with the ultra rare U.S.Navy rubber pouch which was favoured by U.S. Special forces. The pouch is stamped "N.S.N" with the contract number 8465-17-052-9696". The "052" is the actual date of manufacture "1952". The cap of the bottle has special valve attachment.
M-1967 Sleeping Bag Carrier This is a M-1967 sleeping bag carrier, which is attached to the shoulder hooks of the M-1967 suspenders.
M1 Carbine Carrying Bag This is a reproduction canvas carrying bag for the U.S. M1 Carbine.
M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This M1 magazine pouch which can hold two magazines. The is dated 1945 and was manufactured "Redwine & Strain". The two grommets at the bottom is to allow additional pouch to be hooked on.
M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 1952 magazine M1 Carbine magazine pouch, which could hold two magazines. The pouch was manufactured by "Arakelian Co". The grommets at the bottom was to allow for additional pouch to be hooked on.
M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 1945 dated M1 Carbine magazine pouch which could hold two magazines. The pouch was manufactured by "Regal-Rugs". The two grommets at the bottom was to allow additional pouch to be hooked on. This particlur pouch was re-issued in 1959.
M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 1945 dated M1 Carbine Magazine pouch, which can hold two M1 carbine magazines. The pouch was manufactured by "ALDON". The two grommets at the bottom allow for additional pouch to be hooked on.
M1 Carbine Wartime Blanks This is a wartime box of .30 M1909 blanks for the M1 carbine. The box is still sealed and contains 20 blank cartridges which where manufactured at Lake City Ammunition Plant. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Helmet This is a M1 swivel bale, front seamed helmet which is in good condtion and retains it's original webbing strap. The shell appears to have been repainted probably in the 1950's. The liner example, maker marked with the letter "F" within a shield, which identifies the maker as the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company. The liner has also been overpainted white with a orange band. I believe it's a unit colour from the Vietnam war.
M1 Helmet This is a good example of a front seamed, swivel bale M1 helmet. The shell has a ruff paint finish and is in excellant condition. The liner is missing its leather sweatband, adjustable neck band and leather chinstrap. The crown of the liner is stamped with symmetric letters "CAPAC", within a cross, which identifies the manufacture as the CAPAC Manufacturing Company.
M1 Helmet ( Fixed Bale ) This is a good example of the M1 helmet which was adopted by the U.S. Army in June 1941. The steel shell is painted in a rough olive drab finish. The liner is stamped with the letter "W" on a oval which is enclosed in a circle which identifies the liner was manufactured by Westinghouse Electric Company.
M1 Helmet ( Fixed Baled ) This is a good example of an early produced M1 helmet with front seamed and fixed bale. The helmet shell has stress fractures which was common on the early produced M1 helmets. The paint is smooth finish. The webbing chinstrap is been secured with studs rather than stitched. The liner is complete with all its webbing straps, adjustable neck band which is stamped "C.S.C . W11-009-QM.16326. LARGE". It also has its leather sweatband and chinstrap. The crown of the liner is stamped with the letter "W", on a oval inclosed within a circle, which identifies the manufacturer as The Westinghouse Electric Company.
M1 Helmet & Mitchell Cover This is a U.S. M1 helmet which has been resprayed. The helmet comes with a Vietnam era Mitchell helmet cover and elastic band.
M1 Helmet & Mitchell Cover This is a M1 helmet which comes with 1973 dated Mitchell helmet cover. The liner is actually WW2 vintage and was manufactured by "Inland" which is identified by the crown and the number 35 stamped into the liner. The liner is also painted with a unit number "30". "30th Infantry Division".
M1 Helmet Hawley Liner This is a rare Hawley liner for the M1 helmet, which was only produced from late 1941 to November 1942. The liner is complete with all its straps and has the early chinstrap.
M1 Swivel Bale Helmet This is a very nice example of a swivel bale helmet which was introduced as an improvement to the fixed bale helmets in October 1943. The helmet is painted rough olive drab and has a trace of the European Theatre of Operations horizontal white bar marking to distinguished NCO\'s.
M15 Rifle Grenade Launcher Sight This is an M15 grenade launcher sight which could be affixed to the M1903 springfield, M1 Garand and M1 Carbine.
M16 Cloth Bandolier M16 cloth bandolier which can hold seven 10 round clips of 5.56 ammunition. This example is dated Oct.1973 and is maker marked "AVCO".
M17 Camouflage Helmet This is a WW1 M17 camouflage helmet which has received a bash denting the helmet on the right side. Other than this the helmet is in good condition complete with its liner and chinstrap.
M1910 Ammunition Belt This is a nice example of a second pattern M1910 ammunition belt which only differs from the first pattern by not having charger retaining straps. The ammunition belt was manufactured by "MILLS" and dated 18th May 1915. It also appears to have a issue dated of January 1919.
M1910 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1910 entrenching tool which is "U.S." stamped and comes with a 1943 datd carrier.
M1910 Messtin This is a non-dated M1910 messtin, which is U.S. stamped and maker marked.
M1910 Messtin This is a 1918 dated M1910 messtin , which is maker marked and U.S. stamped.
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set consisting of a 1944 dated waterbottle with a matching dated cup. Both the waterbottle and drinking cup are maker marked. The waterbottle pouch is British made ETO ( European Theatre of Operations ).
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set consisting, of a 1918 dated waterbottle, which is maker marked, a non-dated or maker marked cup and a 1917 dated pouch.
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M-1910 waterbottle set, consisting of waterbottle ( not dated ), a 1985 dated cap and a 1952 dated carrier. The waterbottle has an unusual feature that the neck is covered in plastic.
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set, consisting of tan coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1942. The waterbottle still has the alloy cap and not the usual plastic replacement. All three items are maker marked.
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set consisting of green coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1945 and all maker marked.
M1911 Pistol Holster This is a dark brown leather pistol holster for the M1911 and M1911A1 pistols. The holster does have a faint maker's stamp. The holster is in excellant condition.
M1911 Pistol Magazine This is a WW1 M1911 Magazine which is identified by the lanyard loop on it's base. The magazine could also fit the M1911A1 pistol.
M1911A1 Leather Pistol Holser This is a black leather pistol holster for the M1911A1 pistol. The holster is "U.S." and maker stamped ( Hunter Corporation ).
M1911A1 Leather Pistol Holster This is a M1911A1 black leater pistol holster, which was produced by "CATHY ENTERPRISES".
M1923 Ammunition Belt This is actually a post-war made M1923 Ammunition belt which differ from war-time examples by not having the charger retaining straps.
M1923 Ammunition Belt This is a 1944 dated M1923 ammunition belt in light green webbing. The belt is maker marked "HENSON MFG CO".
M1926 Knife Fork Spoon Set This is a M1926 knife, fork and spoon set. All three items are stamped "U.S." and various maker marks.
M1934 FurTornister This is an excellant example of a M1934 fur tornister which is complete with all it's carrying straps, including the lower belt hook. The tornister and both shoulder straps are all dated 1938 and maker marked.
M1934 Tornister This is a nice example of the M1934 Tornister without fur. This is a non dated example. However it does have a waffenampt and the word Heer in Red. ( Army ). The messtin cover has been cut away.
M1935 Map Case This is a M1935 brown leather map case which is dated 1942 and maker marked "C.RIESE. BERLIN". Unfortunately one of the belt loops is missing, otherwise it is in very good condition.
M1936 Field Bag This is a good example of a M1936 field bag, better known as the Musette bag. The musette bag was mainly issued to officers, airborne troops and armoured crews. This example is dated 1942 and is maker marked "PUCE, Manufacturing Co.".
M1936 Suspenders A un-issued set of M1936 suspenders which are dated 1943 and was produced by "HENSON MFG CO".
M1937 Pattern Trousers A good example of M1937 wool trousers, which are 31"waist and 31"leg. The trousers contract label is missing However you can clearly see where it was retaining the stitiching out-line.
M1937 Pattern Trousers A good exmaple of M1937 pattern trousers. Which have the 17th April 1943 specification of a gas flap matching in material to the trousers. This example is dated 1945 with a 1943 pattern date. The trousers retains it's manufacturer's label which shows that his example was produced by the "Armory Garmant Co.Inc". The trousers are 36" waist with 31" leg.
M1937 Pattern Trousers M1937 pattern trousers in good condition which are a 32" waist with a 33" leg. The trousers contract label is missing, however you can clearly see where it was retaining the stitching out-line.
M1938 Gasmask & Canister A good example of a M1938 gasmask, which is dated 1944 and has the makers code "btc" ( Honsel-Werke AG ). The mask comes with a un-issued filter which still retains the screw cap and base plug. The spare lense compartment still retains spare lenses in their issue packet and are also dated 1944. The canister retains nearly all of its original green paint and has the the original owners personal service number "1838".
M1938 Leggings A nice set of un-issued M1938 leggings which are a size 3 regular and dated 5th June 1942.
M1938 Leggings A set of used M1938 leggings which have the original owners name written on the inside of both leggings. The data and size stamping has faded, however these are a size 3 regular.
M1938 Map Case This is a very nice example of British Made M1938 map case, which is maker marked "C.P.Ltd". The map case is also stamped with a British War Department arrow with the number "57" stamped underneath. The webbing strap is also British made has the same maker "C.P.Ltd" The map case and strap are both dated 1945.
M1942 Messtins A set of M1942 messtins which ared dated 1967 and manufactured by "REGAL".
M1942 Messtins A set of M1942 messtins which are dated 1967 and manufactured by "REGAL".
M1942 Messtins A nice set of M1942 messtins which dated 1966 and manufactured by "REGAL".
M1942 Waterbottle Set This is a M1942 waterbottle set consisting of a 1943 dated waterbottle and matching dated cup. The waterbottle and cup are both maker marked. The tan coloured pouch is in excellant condition.
M1942 Waterbottle Set This is a M1942 waterbottle set consisting of a British made tan coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1944 and maker marked.
M1942 Waterbottle Set This is a M1942 waterbottle set, consisting of a green coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1944 and are maker marked.
M1942 Waterbottle Set A M1942 waterbottle set, consisting of a British Made tan coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1945 and are maker marked. The pouch also retains the original owners name tag "William.L.Barton".
M1942 Waterbottle Set This is a M1942 waterbottle set, consisting of a tan coloured British made pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1944 and maker marked.
M1943 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool which is dated 1945 and was manufactured by "AMES". The carrier is dated 1944 and was produced by "Airtress Midland".
M1943 Entrenching Tool & Cover This is a good example of an M1943 entrenching tool with 2nd pattern carrier which has a moveable M1910 hook. The E-tool has no markings and the cover has faint makers details.
M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Cover This is a M1943 pattern entrenching tool with a M1956 cover. The cover has a FSA stock numbers.
M1944 Suspenders A set of green M1944 suspenders which started to appear in Eurpean theatre of Operations ( ETO ) in July or August 1944. This example is dated 1945, U.S. stamped and also have faint maker's mark.
M1945 Field Combat Pack The M1945 field combat pack was introduced in April 1945. A very limited number where used during the last stages of WW2 in Europe. However it did become the principal pack of U.S. soldiers which fought in Korea.
M1946 Kepi This is a very nice example of a M1946 Kepi which the side is black and the crown red felt. The front of the Kepi has the red flaming grenade insignia. The has the makers name \"HUARD\" and is size marked 60.
M1956 Ammunition Pouches A set of M1956 ammunition pouhces one of the pouches lid's has started to become unstitched. However this can easily be repaired. Both set of pouhces are dated 1959.
M1956 Compass/Field-Dressing Pouch This is a M1956 multi-purpose pouch, which could be used to carry either the compass or field-dressing.
M1956 Compass/Field-Dressing Pouch This is a M1956 dual-purpose pouch which could be used to carry either a field-dressing or compass. This example is dated 1959.
M1956 Compass/Field-Dressing Pouch This is a M1956 multi-purpose pouch which could be used to either carry a compass or field-dressing.
M1956 Field Pack This is a M1956 field pack, which is butter known as the "Butt Pack. This example is in good condition and dated 1962.
M1956 Pistol Belt & Davis Buckle This is a M1956 horizontal weave pattern belt which is "US" stamped and comes with the a patented quick release "Davis" buckle
M1956 Suspenders A 1969 dated example of a M1956 H-type suspenders. The suspenders are in excellant condition and have a clear "U.S." stamp.
M1956 Suspenders A set of M1956 H-shaped suspenders, these are the 3rd pattern, identified by the rear snap hooks and flat stamped front hooks.
M1956 Twin Magazine Pistol Pouch This is a M1956 twin magazine pouch for the M1911A1 pistol.
M1956 Twin Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a M1956 twin magazine pouch for the M1911A1 pistol.
M1956 Webbing Belt This is a M1956 late production webbing belt with vertical weave. The belt has brass fittings and black type has been wrapped to secure the ends.
M1961 Field Pack This is a good example of a M1961 field pack, which was better known as the "Butt Pack.". The M1961 differs from the M1956 by having a slightly greater carrying capacity and the top flap had a downwards side extensions giving greater weather protection.
M1961 Webbing Belt This is a M1961 webbing belt with press studs along the middle to secure M14 magazine pouches.
M1961 Webbing Belt A M1961 webbing belt with press studs all along the middle, to secure M14 magazine pouhces.
M1C Paratrooper Helmet This is the second pattern paratroopers helmet which was introduced during the winter of 1943. This example has two dents on the crown of the helmet the chinstrap and helmet shell are both stamped "A5470". It is in untouched condition. The liner was produced by "Inland" and has the number 12 stamped below the maker's name. However i believe the liner has been repainted and the "A-frame" straps have been replaced" and are not original.
M24 Stick grenade Porcelain Balls Five porcelain balls for the use with the M1924 stick grenades.
M24 Stick Grenade Porcelain Balls Five porcelain balls for use with the M1924 stick grenades.
M24 Stick Grenade Procelain Balls Five procelain balls for use with the M1924 stick grenades.
M3 6x30 Binoculars A good example of U.S. M3 6x30 binoculars which have good optics and clear graticules.
M3 Gasmask & M6 Pouch This is a very used M3 Lightweight gasmask which is dated 1943. The mask metal eye pieces has rusted and the rubber hose has slipt from its filter. The rubber face is still soft. The pouch is an early M6 which is olive drab No5, later examples are dark green. The carrying straps has torn.
M31 Breadbag A M31 breadbag in good condition, however the belt loops buttons have been replaced. The breadbag also has a faint maker's stamp.
M31 Breadbag This is a M31 breadbag in fair condition.
M31 Breadbag This is a M31 breadbag which is a non-military issue item. It would have been issue to a state organisation. The back of the breadbag has had a pocket removed. otherwise it is in fair condition and retains it's original owner's name "KRAZNOW". The breadbag also has leather loop re-enforcers.
M31 Breadbag A good example of a M31 breadbag with leather strap re-enforcements.
M31 Breadbag A good example of a M31 breadbag which has had the belt loop buttons replaced with East-German tunic buttons.
M31 Breadbag A M31 breadbag in good condition, however the belt loop buttons have been replaced with East-German tunic buttons.
M31 Breadbag Strap This is un-issued M31 breadbag strap, which was issued to army, marine and Waffen-ss units. It allowed the soldier to carry the M31 breadbag across their shoulders. It was also commonly used to attached foliage to their helmets, while in the field.
M31 Messtins A nice set of M31 messtins. The lid of the messtins are dated 1935 and have the maker's code (Hundt & Weber GmBH, Metallgieberei u.Maschinenfabrik ). The lower half of the messtins are dated 1940 and have the maker's code "W.A.L. ( Pulverfabrik Walsrode, R.Wolff & Co ).
M31 Waterbottle This is an M31 waterbottle which is dated 1941 and has the maker's code "G.N.L." ( L.Lepper, Stahlrohrenwerk ). The waterbottle is missing its cup and the leather strap is missing its buckle. The felt cover has also had period field repair.
M31 Waterbottle This is a 1939 dated waterbottle with bakerlite cup. The waterbottle is in good condition with the cap retaining it's rubber seal. The waterbottle is maker marked "HFG" ( Gustav Schwarz KG ).
M31 Waterbottle This is a waterbottle with a plastic drinking cup and webbing straps. The waterbottle is dated 1942 and has the maker's code "CFI" ( Peter Heuel Sagewerk ). It has a re-enforced felt cover which has suffered with some moth damage.
M31 Waterbottle Set This is a M31 waterbottle set, consisting of a 1941 dated waterbottle which is maker marked "smm" ( unknown maker ). The aluminium cup is dated 1936 and is maker marked "awg". The waterbottle's cap still retains it's rubber seal and the leather straps are all in good condition.
M31 Waterbottle Set This is a M31 waterbottle set, consisting of 1940 dated waterbottle which is maker marked "CFF" ( Kisten-u.Holzwarenfabrik ). The aluminium cup has suffered with some corrosion, however you can still read the maker's mark "L&SL" ( Thuringer Mobelfabrik ) and dated 1936. The leather straps are all in good condition.
M31 Webbing Fittings Breadbag This is a excellant example of a M31 breadbag with webbing fittings.
M31 Zeltbahn This is a Wehrmacht issue M31 zeltbahn ( poucho ). This example is in good condition retaining all its buttons and has the guide ropes still attached.
M31 Zeltbahn This is an early M31 Zeltbahn ( tent quarter/poncho ) which has two shades of the splinter camouflage. This example has had some minor field repairs, however this does not spoil the overal look. The Zeltbahn is also stamped with the number "101" and what i believe to be a unit marking "Br1239".
M31 Zeltbahn Unit Marked This is a M31 splinter pattern Zeltbahn ( Tent Quarter ). The zeltbahn can also double as a poucho or tent quarter. Four Zeltbahn's buttoned together can make a four man tent. This example is unit marked "2/pi 42" ( 2nd Company 42nd Pioneer Regiment ). The Zeltbahn fair condition, with two minor field repairs,
M35 Map Case This is the standard issue M35 map case This example is in brown pebble leather, without any visible markings.
M35 U.S. War Souvenir Helmet This is an extremely interesting war souvenir in a form a tan camouflage painted M35 helmet. The left side of the helmet has the divisional patch of the U.S. 3rd Army ( General George Pattern ) and on the right side the star and stripes. On the brow it has the name of a Italian town Nettuno and the dated 1.22.44 with the word "Stateside!". Nettuno is in the Lazio region in central Italy 60 kilometers south of Rome. Above the town name "Nettuno" is painted emblem of the purple star. The rear of the helmet has a list of campaigns " North Africa-Sicily-Italy " with the dates 1943-44. The liner has a size stamp 57.
M36 Greatcoat This is a very early M36 greatcoat with the lighter green collar and dated 1936 ( K36 ) K is for the town of manufacture. Later produced M36 greatcoats had a darker green collar. The coat is also unit stamped \" 16. (E).J.R.22\" ( 16th Company, Reserve Infantry Regiment 22 ). It is also stamped with letters \"K.W.\" which may be the original owners initials. The coat also appears to be downgraded inidcated by the Roman numerial stampings.
M37 Wool Trousers A good example of M37 wool trousers without the gasflap. The trouser's are size stamped waist 35" inside leg 29". The data label is still attached, however all information has been washed out.
M38 Cap Insignia This is a unissued white eagle cap insignia for the M38 other ranks side cap.
M38 Gasmask & Canister This is a M38 gasmask which is dated 1941. The canister is dated 1943 and retains over 60% of its original green paint. The mask has been re-issued to the Swedish army as its been re-stamped with a red crown and the initials \"C.F.\"
M38 Gasmask & Canister A all rubber M38 gasmask which is dated 1941. The canister is dated 1944 and retains most of its green paint.
M38 Gasmask & Canister This is a all black rubber 38 gasmask which is dated 1944 and has been re-issued to the Swedish army as its been stamped with a red crown and has the initials \"C.F\". The canister is untouched and still retains the original owners personal service number \"806H\". The canister also has most of its original green paint, however two small holes have been drilled into it. One is located on the lid and the other near the bottom. The canister is dated 1943 and the spare lenses are dated 1941.
M38 Gasmask & Canister This is a all green rubber M38 gasmask which is dated 1940 and has the original owners personal service number painted on the nose. The canister is dated 1943 and has the makers code of \"ebu\" The spare lenses are dated 1939 and the webbing carrying straps have leather ends.
M38 Gasmask & Canister This is a M38 gasmask which has been tan painted for tropical use. The gasmask is stamped with the maker code "gbv" ( Ewald Witte & Co ) and is dated 1943. The filter is an "Fe 41" type and has a nice clear waffenampt. The filter is also stamped with the maker code "bwz" ( Auer-Gesellschaft AG ). The canister is the mid-war pattern with the letter "D" stamped on the base indicating that the canister is "watertight". The canister still retains the spare lenses in their issue packet and are dated 1944. The canister is also maker marked "agm" ( Felten & Guilleume, Carlswerk ) and dated 1942.
M38 Gasmask & Cannister This is a M38 all rubber gasmask which is dated 1943 and has the maker's code "bte" ( Frank'sche Eisenwerk AG ). This example has been re-issued to the Danish Army as it has the Danish crown stamped on the right cheek. The filter is a FE41 and is stamped "TP" for tropical use. The cannister is in good codnition retaining nearly all of it's original green paint. The straps are post-war Bundswehr issue. The spare lense compartment contains a single spare lense which is dated 1943.
M41 Jacket A nice example of a M41 jacket, with blank leather number tag on the left breast. Leather breast tags where tended to be used by the Army Airforce. The jacket has had a repair to the collar other than this, it is in excellant condition and has a size tag 36 regular.
M41 Jacket This is a very nice example of the M41 combat jacket which has not suffered with any fraying to the collar or cuffs which is a common feature to used M41 jackets. The only negative aspect to the jacket is the contract label is missing. The zipper is good working condition and was manufactured by "TALON". The jacket is approximately a size 40 to 42 regular.
M42 Camouflage Helmet This is a very nice example of an M42 camouflage helmet which may have been worn by the army or the Waffen-SS. This example has the batch number "1627" and the makers code and shell size "ET62". The liner has a faint size stamp "55" and the chistrap has a makers stamp with a 1941 date.
M42 Helmet This is a repainted M42 helmet with either reproduction or post-war liner. The helmet has an outline of a luftwaffe decal and has been given a ruff textured finish. The size of the helmet is approximately a size 59.
M42 Helmet This is a non-decal M42 helmet which would have worn by the army and the Waffen-SS. The helmet is approximately a size 58 and the chinstrap is "RB" numbered. The overall condition is good retaining most of it's dark green paint.
M42 Jump Suit ( Part 1, Jacket ) This is a rare M42 jump suit consisting of jacket and trousers, which i am showning over two listings marked Part 1 Jacket and Part 2 Trousers. The jacket has two minor holes above right skirt pocket, the zipper is intact but it has seized. I have not tried to force it, as i do not want to risk in damaging the jacket. Other than the two listed defects the jacket is in excellant condition. The contract label is still attached but is washed out. The outline of the unit patch is still clearly visibly on the right sleeve. By the outline of the patch, i have identified this jacket belonging to the 6th Airborne Division ( See Government Issue Collector's Guide, by Henri-Paul Enjames, page 11 ). Please read Part 2 of the listing for details on the M42 jump trousers.
M42 Jump Suit ( Part 2, Trousers for item number 54999 ) This is the Part 2 of the listing item number 54999, detailing the M42 jump suit trousers. The trousers are in excellant condition with some minor rust stains, which probably came from the press stud buttons. The trousers are size stamped 32" waist and 30" leg. The contract label is still attached which gives the date November 11th 1942. There is also a paper tag stapled on the inside of the hip pocket with the number "779007". All the buttons and press studs are present.
M42 Paratrooper Jacket This is a M42 paratrooper jacket which has the rank chevrons of a Staff Sergeant. The jacket has got a replacment zip and the knife pocket has been removed, which was a common practice. The belt is also missing and there are two small holes above the left hip pocket, which can be covered up when wearing the M1936 pistol belt. The data tag is still attached on the inside hip pocket, however all the information has been washed out. The jacket has the original owners name tag stitched above the left breast pocket "O NEAL", and the collar and inside has been stamped witht he serial number 0.5019.
M43 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M43 E-tool with carrier both of which are dated 1944. The E-tool, has the maker's name on the blade "WOOD" and is also stamped "U.S.". The carrier was manufactured by "W.L.DUMAS. MFG.CO".
M43 Hood This is the hood which was attached to the M-1943 combat jacket. This example still retains it\'s instruction label. The makers label is still present but washed out.
M43 Reproduction Buckle Boots An excellant reproduction of U.S. M43 buckle boots. The boots are made of high quilty leather have the correct soles and have been dated August 1944. The boots are a U.K. Size 10.5 ( European size 44 ).
M44 Wool Trousers A un-issued example of M44 wool trousers, which differ from M37 wool trosuers that M44's have a gasflap in the same material as the trousers and is size stamped waist 34", leg 33". The data label is still attached which gives the information that the trousers where manufactured by the "ROYAL CLOTHING CO" in March 1945 and gives the pattern date November 21st 1944.
M50 Helmet & Liner This is a near mint M50 helmet which is based on the American M1 helmet. This example is dated 1953 and still retains its makers stamp on the inside of the helmet shell crown \"FRANCK, AUBERVILLIERS. The liner was made by \"CELORON\" and is also dated 1953.
MAC-V Recondo Qualitication Badge This is a very rare MAC-V recondo qualification badge which was created by General Westmoreland in 1966. The recondo school was the General's pet project, which trained U.S. Soldiers, marines and members of other allied forces in reconnaissance and pratolling techiques. The course required a high level of fitness and concluded with an actual combat patrol. On completion the graduates would be award the badge. The course lasted for 20 days, with 3,000 American and 333 alllied troops graduated. It had a failure rate of one third and was disbanded in 1970 when General Westmoreland was replaced by General Creighton Abrams.
MAC-V. SOG Beret This is a rare MAC-V.SOG beret ( Military Assistance Command Vietnam. Studies and Obeservation Group ). The MACV.SOG, was a very highly classified multi-service special operations unit which was established on 24th January 1964 and disbanded on 1st May 1972, where it was replaced by the Strategic Technical Directorate Assistance Team 158. The MAC-V.SOG unit conducted covert unconventional warfare operations prior and during the Vietnam war. The unit participated in significat campaigns such as Gulf of Tonkin incident, operations Steel Tiger, Tiger Hound, Tet Offensive and Commando Hunt. The unit also saw action in Combodia.
Mackinaw Coat This is the last pattern of the Mackinaw coat which was introduced on 19th April 1943. The coat is in very good condition, however the belt is missing. The coat has the size label 36R.
Magnetic Compass & Pouch This is a November 1964 dated magnetic compass, which comes with M1956 dual purpose pouch and lanyard. The compass has suffered with a crack to the glass, however it is still in working condition.
Manchester Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Manchester Regiment.
Map Note Taking Pad This is a military issue map note taking pad, which illustrates all the different type of symbols used on German military maps. It also contains pages for note taking and target positioning.
Map Note Taking Pad This is a military issue map note taking pad, which illustrates the symbols as used on German military maps. The pad also contains pages for note taking and target positioning.
Map Reading Aid Booklet This booklet was issued to British army soldiers as a map reading aid. The book is called "MAP READING in a nutshell", and is a third edition dated 1943. The booklet was written by Major S.Bramley-Moore M.C. and was first published in 1941.
March Compass This is a Wehrmacht issue march compass, which is missing it's mirror. The beside the mirror the compass is in good working condition. The compass is maker marked "hap" ( Max Kohl AG ).
March Compass A Wehrmacht issue march compass in good working order. However the compass is missing it's lanyard.
Marine Coastal Artillery Badge This is a very good example of Marine coastal artillery badge which has the maker's code "L58" ( Artur Jokel & Co ). The marine coastal artillery badge was established on 24th June 1941.
Marine Corps L.S.G.C. Medal This is a Marine Corps L.S.G.C. medal which has not been awarded.
Marine Costal Artillery Badge A good example of a non-maker marked marine costal artillery badge.
Matches These are period Belgium made matches.
Mauser Barrel Band This is a early mauser barrel band.
Medal of Military Merit An example of the Medal of Military Merit
Medic's Pouches An extremely nice set of Medic's pouches which are both dated 1937 and maker marked. Both pouches also retain their contents labels internal straps. In my opinion, i believe the pouches have not been issued.
Medical Bottle A medical bottle which would have contained medicine probably in the form of tablets.
Medical Bottle This is a medical bottle which would have contained medicine, probably in tablet form.
Medical Officer\'s Shoulder Boards A pair of sewn in type medical officer\'s shoulder boards which are the rank of major. The shoulder boards have the international symbol for medicine in a gold guilted cypher.
Medical Personal Identity Card ( Ausweis ) This is an example of the indentity card which was issued to all medical personal serving with the Wehrmacht.
Medical Tag Book ( Chemical ) This is a medical tag book containing 25 tags notifying medical personal that the soldier was injured by chemical attack. The front and back of the book is marked \" 25 Begleitzettel fur Kampfstoffverletzte\"
Medical Tag Book ( Sick ) A medical tag book notifying medical personal that the soldier is suffering with some form of illness. The book contains 25 tags and is marked on the front and back \" 25 Begleitzettel fur innerlich Kranke\".
Medical Tag Book ( Wounds ) A medical tag book notifying medical personal that the soldier has been wounded due to combat. The book contains 25 tags and the front and back of the book is marked \" 25 Begleitzettel fur Verwundete\".
Merchant Marine Vietnam Service Medal This is the Vietnam service medal award to all U.S. merchant sailors .
Messtins A matching set of early war messtins which are maker marked "MB" and dated February 1941.
Messtins A nice set of 1942 dated matching messtins which have the maker's intitials "M.B".
Messtins A set of standard early to mid-war pattern messtins. The messtins are not dated, however they are stamped with the War Department arrow.
Messtins A set of early war matching messtins which are maker marked "MB" and dated February 1941.
MG Ammunition Belt Loading Tool Box This is the box which would have contained the loading device to allow 50 round 7.92 ammunition belts to be loaded. The box still retains most of its stencilling and original paint.
MG Lubricating Oil Tin This is an machine gun lubricating oil tin.
MG3 Feeder Tray This is a feeder tray for a German 7.62mm, MG3 light machine gun.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a 50 round non-disintegrating ammunition belt which was used with MG34's and MG42's.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a non-disintegrating 50 round belt which was used on MG34's and MG42's.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a 50 round non-disintegration ammuniting belt which was used with MG34\'s and MG42\'s.
MG34/42 50rd Basket Drum This is a MG34/42 50rd basket drum ( Gurttrommel ). This example has the green Yugoslavian paint is non-maker marked and non dated.
MG34/42 Ammunition Belt & Starter Tab This is MG34/42 ammunition belt , which is dated 1941 and has the maker's code "bhm" ( Gustav Auerswald, Besteckfabrik ). The starter tab is dated 1940 and has the maker's code "dwc" (Boehme & Co).
MG42 Breach Cover This is a leather and canvas breach cover for the MG42 machine gun.
MG42 Lafette This is in fact a Yugoslavian MG42/53 lafette which is nearly identical to the wartime versions. This example has been stripped down and resprayed by a re-enactor. The distance data plate is present but no data is visible to read. The MG in this listing is to illustrate, how the tripod looks when a gun is mount and is not part of the sale ( Please look under De-activated weapons category ).
MG42 Lafette Mount This is infact a post-war Yugoslavian manufactured MG53/42 lafette mount. This example does not have the optical sight bracket and is missing on of it's leg pads. However it does have the spare bolt container and data distance plate. Yugoslavian lafette's are identical to War-time German examples and is a good cheap alternative.
MG42 Lafette Mount This is in fact a Yugoslavain manufactured M53/42 Lafette mount which is identical to the German war-time examples and would make a good cheaper alternative. This example has the Yugsolavian manufacturer plate and one of the leg pads needs re-padding.
MG42 Spare Barrel Carrier This is actually a Yugoslavian example which is identical to the German wartime versions.
Mid-War Greatcoat This is a good example of the Mid-war greatcoat with large collar.This style of greatcoat was manufactured and issued in 1943. This example has had an issue blanket sown into it, however the artifical gold sik lining had been removed first and then stitched over the top of the blanket. The shoulderboards are piped red for Artillery with the numeral 8 ( 8 Artillery Regiment ). This is a little mothing under the collar and a repair on the right cuff.
Militaria Issue Sewing Needles A packet of four sewing needles which is marked \" NEDEL-PACKUNG, Diese packung darf nur and angebofige von formationen der Wehrmacht und der Waffen-SS abgageben weden.\" ( Issue to the Armed forces and the Waffen SS ).
Military Training Pamphlet This military training pamphlet is on camouflage and field defences. The pamphlet was published on 20th June 1941.
Miltary Police Collar Patches A set of un-issued Military Police ( Feldgendarmerie ), which would have been worn on M40 or later pattern tunics.
Mine Detector No4a A British army Mine Detector No4a which comes in it's original webbing haversack. The mine detector consists headphones, telescopic handle, scanner and control box and battery box, which is commonly found missing. The haversack does need a number of small repairs.
Mine Detector No4a ( Part 1 ) This is a complete British Army Mine Detector No4a which contains the metal instruction plate and test box unit which is commonly missing. I am showing the Mine Detector over two listings numbered 54776 and 54775, marked Part 1 and Part 2. Part 1 ( 54776 ) shows the mine detector and test box unit. The mine detector consists of headphones , power unit, battery box ( normally found missing ), control box , telescopic handle and scanner ( coil ). Part 2 ( 54775 ) shows details of the instruction plate and haversack.
Mine Detector No4a ( Part 2 ) This is the second part of the listing for item number 54776. Which shows the rare and hard to find metal instruction plate, which shows how to use the test box and the settings for the German Tellermine, "S"mine and ZZ.45 Igniter. The havesack is in un-issued conditon with the makers initials M.E.C.
Mini Purple-Heart Medal This is a mini purple-heart medal, which would have been worn a civilian clothing. The Purple-heart was award to any servicemen who was wounded in action.
MK1 Helmet This is an actual WW1 MK1 brodie helmet which has been modified for WW2 use by replacing the liner, chinstrap and attaching a rim around the visor.
MKII Camouflage Paratrooper Helmet This is a post-war manufactured MKII camouflage paratrooper helmet, which is dated 1965 and is size stamped 7.1/2, The helmet is identical to war-time produced examples the only difference is the date of manufacture. The helmet would make a good display piece at a lot cheaper price than a war-time example.
MKII Helmet This is a very nice example of a British army MKII helmet in untouched condition. The helmet and liner are both dated 1938. The liner size is 6.3/4 and the chinstrap has the faint outline of the orignal owners name and service number.
MKII Helmet This is a very nice example of a untouched British Army MKII helmet. The liner and shell are both dated 1938. The shell is also marked "H.B.H". The liner is size marked 6.3/4 and was produced by "VERO"
MKII Helmet This is a untouch MKII helmet in good condition with the name SGT.Evans written on the front. The helmet has a post-war dated liner.
MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is a very good example of a MKII paratrooper helmet, The webbing chinstrap was adopted in February 1944. This example is actually a post-war verison dated 1955 and has the makers initials "CCL" and size marked 7.1/4 ( continental 59 ). The post-war verisons are identical in everyway to the WW2 dated examples including the manufacturers. The only difference is the date of manufacture.
MKIII Helmet This is a 1945 dated example which is in very good condition. The helmet size is 6.3/4.
MKIII Turtle Shell Helmet This is a good example of a MKIII Turtle shell helmet which is dated 1943. The helmet has a ruff finish The MKIII helmet went into production in 1943 and was issued in priority to assault unit for the Normandy invasion on the 6th June 1944.
Mobile Riverine Force Unit Badge This is a rare mobile reverine force unit badge belonging to River Assault Squadron 9, River-Raiders". In May 1967 the MRF ( Mobile Reverine Foruce ) was redesignated to Mekong Delta Mobile Afloat Force. The main tasks to to carry troops and supplies to units up and down the Mekong Delta and was heavily envolved in the Tet Offensive.
Mosin Nagant Rifle Ammunition Pouch This is actually a post-war dated Mosin nagant rifle ammunition pouch. However it is identical to the wartime examples.
Mosin Nagant Rifle Ammunition Pouch This is in fact a post-war dated Mosin Nagant rifle ammunition pouch. However it is identical to the wartime examples.
Mosin Nagant Rifle Oil Bottle & Pouch This is an oil bottle for the Mosin Nagant rifle, which comes in it's cloth pouch.
Mother's Cross This is the Bronze grade mother's cross, which was award to German mothers whom had 4 to 5 children. The arms of the cross is blue and white enamelled as is the black swastika. The inscription reads "Der Deutschen Mutter" ( The German Mother ). The reverse of the award is dated 16th December 1938.
Mother's Cross This is a blue and white enamelled bronze grade Mother's cross which was award to German mothers who had given birth from 4 to 5 children. This example has some damage that the enamel has chip in two places and the suspension loop has broke. The inscription reads "Der Deutschen Mutter " ( The German Mother ). The reverse is marked 16th December 1938.
Mother\'s Cross A nice example of a Mother\'s cross. Unfortunately the blue rippon is missing.
Motor Transport Drivers Ammunition Pouches This is an extremely rare ammunition pouches which where designed for MT drivers. This example are un-issued and are both dated 1944.
Mountian Troops Ice Axe This is the standard issue ice axe used by German mountain troops ( Gebirgsjager ). This example is maker marked "Stubai"
Mouse Grey Reversible Jacket This is a well used example of a mouse grey reversible jacket which has had a number of field repairs. The mouse grey reversible jacket was the first pattern of reversible to be introduced to the German armed forces to protect the troops from the extreme Russian winters in the early part of 1942 and was worn both by the army and the SS.
MP34 Magazine This is MP34 Steyr-Solothurn magazine, which is waffenampted.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor A mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Trigger Mechanism This is a replica trigger mechanism for the German MP40.
MP44 Take Down Tool This is a high quality reproduction MP44, take down tool. It is made of hardened steel.
MP44 Take Down Tool This is a high quality reproduction MP44, take down tool. It is made of hardened steel.
Municipal Police Shako This is a municipal other ranks police shako which is Erel made. The shako is in reasonable condition which had suffered damage to the material covering at the rear of the helmet. However this does not spoil the overall appearance of the shako. The inside of the shako has an officer style lining, leading me to believe that the shako probably belonging to a senior NCO. The inside of the crown has the makers detaials,\" Ges Gesch,Fabrikmarke, EREL, Berlin,FIBER-TSCHAKO\". The cockade has an unknown maker mark \"S.R.M\" and is dated 1938.
Muslim Volunteer Arm Shield This is a rare Wehrmacht Volunteer's arm shield worn by Muslim volunteers of the Free Arab Legion. The arm shield has the sacred Islamic colours of red-white-green and black. The shield is almost indentical to the flag used by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan except that in the red trapezium, which has two seven pointed stars. The shield is bevo and still attached to it's fieldgrey tunic cloth, which has been cut directly off the tunic sleeve.
N.S.B.O. Cloth Patch This is a cloth patch worn by members of the National Socialist Factory Cell Organisation ( Nationalsozialistische Betriebszellenorganisation ). In 1927 some National Socialist workers in large factories, located mostly in the Berlin are joined together as an alternative to democratic and Christian labour unions. On 15th January 1931 the N.S.B.O, was declared "Reichsbetriebszellenabteilung" ( State Factory Cell Organisation. This example is in excellant.
Name Badge This is a name badge with the name "GUSCOTT".
Name Badge This is a name badge which has the name "FIORAVANTI".
Name Badge This is a name badge with the name "WILLIAMSON".
Name Badge This is a name badge with the name "JUAREZ".
Name Badge This is a name badge with the name "ACOSTA".
Name Badge A name badge with the name "HODGE".
Name Badge A name badge with the name "HANLEY".
Narvik Shield A nice example of the Narvik Shield which was authorised by Adolf Hitler on 19th August 1940, for the combined forces military action at Narvik in 1940. The award has a fieldgrey cloth and green paper backing.
Nat.Soz.Fraunenschaft Badge This small enamelled badge belonging to the Nat.Soz. Frauenschat ( National Socialist Woman's Organization ), which was introduced in the mid-1920's The badge measures 2cm x 2.5cm. The reverse is maker and RZM marked. The maker's code is 45 ( Franz Jungwirth ). It is also marked "GES.GESCH".
National Defence Medal This is the National Defence medal which was award to all U.S. military personal.
National Defence Medal This is a un-issued national defence medal still in it's orignal box and sealed carboard backing with the medal bar.
National Emblem for Army Peaked Caps This is the national insignia for army peaked caps. This version is the two piece, with two retaining pins on the laural wreath badge.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This example has been cut directly off the peaked cap, retaining part of the cap and branch of service piping, \"Black\" ( Engineers/Pioneers ).
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece bullion version of the national insignia for army peaked caps.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. This example has three retaining pins.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. This example is missing all its retaining pins.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is a good example of the 2nd pattern National emblem for peaked caps. The 2nd pattern was adopted in 1935.This version is made of Aluminium and is complete with its pins.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is good example of the zinc made 2nd pattern, national emblem for peaked caps. It is complete with all its pins
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. The reverse of the laural wreath badge is marker marked \"R.S & S\" and dated 1937.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This a very nice example of the national emblem as used by officers and OR,s for the schirmmutze ( Peaked cap ). This example has all its retaining pins and the manufacturers mark \" GES.GESCH.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is the national emblem worn on army schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). This example is missing all its pins, however it is stamped \"GES.GESCH\" and also has a makers stamp \"WD\" and dated 1939.
National Emblem For Visor Caps This is the national emblem for visor caps. The insignia retains all of it's retaining pins.
National Emblem Of WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap This is the Nazi sponsored verison of the peaked cap insignia worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support association ).
National Emblem Of WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap This is the old style pre-Nazi cap insignia worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Emblem OF WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap This is a 1920\'s example of the national insignia for the peaked cap worn by members of the Kyffhauserband ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Emblem Of WW1 War Veterans Peaked Cap This is a 1920\'s version of the national emblem worn by members of the Kyffhauserband ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Socialist Students League Armband This is a printed example of the National Socialist Students League ( NS-Studentenbund ) armband.
National Socialist Woman's League Badge This is a good example of the type 3 National Socialist Woman's Legaue badge ( Nationalsozialistische Frauenschaft ) abbreviated to N.S.Frauenschaft. The badge is "RZM" marked and has the maker's code "M1/27" ( G.A.Muller, Uhren-u Bijouteriefabrik ).
National Sports Badge This is a good example of the national sports badge ( Das Reichssportsabzeichen ). The badge is maker marked \" Ferd Wagner \". It is also \"D.R.G.M marked with the serial number 35269. Unfortunately the retaining pin is missing.
National Sports Badge This is good example of the national sports badge which was a government decoration that was award to a recipient that had achieved an above average proficiency in gymanastics. The reverse of the badge is maker marked "HENSLER-PF.ORZHEIM". The badge is also stamped "DRGM 35269".
NCO's Infantry Training Note Book This is a note book consists of lecture notes for a Section Leader's course and is arranged in the order which the lectures were given. It's aim was to assist the NCO in not wasting time in having to take down notes and yet have a book of reference on training and was sufficeintly small to carry in his breast pocket. The booklet was printed in 1940 and was written by Lt-Col. J.Jefferson, Welsh Guards.
NCO's Tan Shirt This is Technical Sergeant's short sleeve shirt which still retains the makers label " POOL MFG.Co". It also retains the the original owners name tag "POLOCIOS" and two sets of medal ribbons. The collar has the US and branch of service metal insignia. This example has crossed swords for Infantry.
No2 MKII 6x30 Binoculars & Case A good example of No2 MKII 6x30 Binoculars manufactured by Kershaw. The binoculars are dated, however the date appears to have been scratched out, it is either 1943 or 1945. The binoculars have graticules, good optics and come with a webbing strap and 37 pattern webbing case which is dated 1941.
No5, MKIV 7x30 Binoculars A very nice example of No5, MKIV 7x30 binoculars, with webbing carrying strap.The optics are good with clear graticules.
North Vietnamese Army Flag This is a good example of a the NVA ( North Vietnamese Army ) battleflag.
North Vietnamese Army Medics Waterbottle This is an extremely rare NVA's medics large waterbottle which is made of plastic, with a bakerlite cap and webbing harness.
Norwegian Madsen Light Machine Gun Magazine Box This is a magazine box is for the Norwegian used Madsen light machine guns, which where in a different calibre than the Danish models. The Norwegian models where in 6.5mm calibre which made the magazines shorter, hence the magazine box can only except the smaller calibre magazines. The box would hold 8 magazines.
NSDAP Arm Band A unissued late war printed version of the Kampfbinde the standard arm band worn by memebers of the NSDAP.
NSDAP Arm Band A Very nice version of the printed version of the Kampfbinde.
NSDAP Armband This is a printed example of the standard pattern armband worn by members of the Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei ( National Socialist German Workers Party )with and without uniforms. It is the earliest armband in use with the Nazi Party it was used in 1920 even before the introduction of the brown uniform.
NSDAP Armband This is a late-war printed version of the NSDAP armband. This example is a war sovenir, which has "JERSEY 1945 and the letter V for Victory" chain stitched onto it.
NSDAP Armband This is the standard pattern armband ( Kampfbinde ), which was worn by members of the NSDAP, with or without uniform.
NSDAP Political Leaders Collar Patches A pair of political leaders collar patches. Unfortunately the left hand collar patch is missing its eagle. Otherwise the condition of the collar patches are excellant with the RZM still attached to the left hand collar patch.
NSFK Badge This is a very nice NSFK blue enamelled badage with the inscription Reichsflugwettbewerb, Bodenleitstelle Berlin 1938. The reverse of the bade is maker marked " ROB.NEFF, BERLIN, W57. The badge is still in its original blue box which is blue felt and satin lined.
NSKK Drivers Badge This is a bevo example of the second pattern NSKK drivers badge.
NSKK Motorstaffel badge This is a NSKK, Motorstaffel badge, which is unit marked III/M18. The NSKK \"Nationalsozialistiches Kraftfahrkorps\" ( National Socialist Transport Corps ), was an organization which gave vehicle training.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five uncut bevo NRSL sports badge ( Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund Fur Leibesubungen ) \"National Socialist League for Physical Training. This example still retains its RZM and Bevo tags.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five, uncut bevo NSRL \" Nationalsozialistischer Reischsbund fur Leibesubungen\" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training ). This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEITS 1896, BEVO\".
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five uncut bevo NSRL \" Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen\" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training ). This example retains its RZM and Bevo tags.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five, uncut bevo NSRL \"Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen \" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training. This example still retains its Bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
NSRL Phyiscal Training Badge This is a bevo Nationalsoialistische Reichbund Fur Leibesungen ( NSRL ) badge. The NSRL was an organization which emphasised the importance fo fitness. The example is the gold award version and has a 1944 date.
NSRL Phyiscal Training Badge This is a bevo Nationalsozialistische Reichbund Fur Leibesungen ( NSRL ) Badge. The NSRL was an organization which emphasised the importance of phyiscal fitness. This award is in silver and has a 1944 date.
NVA Armoured Collar Patches A set of un-issued North Vietnamese Army Collar patches for armoured troops.
NVA Identity Book This is a North Vietnamese Army identity book named to a female soldider called "Vuong Qian", who was born on 15th August 1956. The ID was issued on 2nd August 1973.
NVA Medics Pouch This is a North Vietnamese Army rubberised medics pouch.
NVA Propaganda Playing Card This is a North Vietnamese army propaganda playing card aimed to demoralize members of the U.S. 1st Cavalry Division.
NVA Shaving Mirror This is a Vietnamese shaving mirror carried by NVA soldiers.
NVA Victory Flag This is a extremely rare North Vietnamese victory flag for 1967.
Oberschutze Pip for M36 and M40 Tunics This is an issued example of a Oberschutze pip ( private first class ). for the M36, M40 tunics. However this type was still worn on later style tunics.
Oberschutze Pip for Mid to Late war tunics This is an issued example of Oberschutze ( private first class ) for wear on mid to late war tunics.
Officer Of The British Empire ( OBE ) This is the most excellant order of the British Empire ( Officer ). This example is the civil version has indicated by the colour of the ribbon. The order has a tudor crown suspension. The face of the cross is imposed with the crown heads and shoulders of King George V and Queen Mary facing left within a ring inscribed "FOR GOD AND THE EMPIRE". The reverse of the cross has the cipher of King George and Emperor within rope border. The order is still in its original case, which has the Royal Mint's coat of arms with a silk and felt inlay. The top of the case is marked "OBE". Unfortunately there is no documentation to whom the order belonged.
Officer's Breeches A pair of tailored officers breeches, which has had the cuff buttons replaced with zippers to allow easier wear. The breeches have had to minor repairs to its seat. Otherwise they are in excellant condition and are approximately a 36" waist.
Officer's Leather Belt A very nice officer's leather belt.
Officer's Rank Pips A pair of British officer's rank pips which have the arm of service backing colour scarlet for Infantry.
Officer's Sam-Brown Belt This is a officer's Sam-Brown belt, with it's cross-strap. Unforunately part of the cross-strap is missing which secures the strap the back of the belt. The belt is in good condition maker marked, which is extremely difficult to read, however you can make out the word "LONDON".
Officer's Shirt This is a British army officer's shirt, which has some minor moth damage to the front. This pattern shirt was also issued to enlised men from late 1944. The epaulettes still retain the out line of the officer's rank "Captain". It also has a personal service number of the original owner.
Officer's Waterbottle Harness This is a officers watberbottle webbing harness which is dated 1942.
Officers Homeguard Uniform Part 2 This is the second part of the listing which shows the officers shoes and cap and trouser label. The shoes where made by "Regent" and are size 12L. The cap was made by "ALKIT. CAMBRIGE CIRCUS,WC2". The trousers where made by Hawkes & Co Ltd, Saville Row.W.1. and dated 17/10/1941.
Officers Marching Boots This is a good example of a pair of officers marching boots, which are private purchase. The boots are made of a very soft high quality leather, leather soles and rubber heels.The manufacturers name is located on the pull-up straps \"Lipsia\". The boot are approximately a size 8
Old Commrades/ War Veterans Armband This is the lowest rank arm band which was worn by members of the Nationalsozialistisches Reicskriegerbund ( NS-RKB ). The armband does have some mothing, however the shield is in very good condition.
Operation Quyet Thang Victory Pennant This is a South Vietnamese Rangers Victory pennant for operation Queyt Thang, which took place from 14th March 1968 to 7th April 1968, which claimed 777 known NVA causalities. The pennat has the NVA star with the words "Queyt Thang", which means "Certain Victory"
Order of the Silesian Eagle 1st Class This is a unmarked cased white enamelled order of the Silesian Eagle 1st class.Which is a Freikorps award for the participation in the defence of Silesia along its border with the newly formed Polish state of 1919. The order was one of the few Freikorps awards which was allowed to be worn on uniforms during the Third Reich era.
Other Ranks Imperial German Parade Tunic This is a very nice example of a pre-1910 Imperial German Guards ( Prussian ) parade tunic. Belonging it the 3rd Garde-Fieldartillerie Regiment. The inside of the tunic has the original owners name and is mark \"K8\" ( Konigliches Bekleidungs Amt Der Guarde ). The stitching has come away at the top of the inside of the stand up collar. The epaulettes have the symbol of a flaming bomb which was used to idenitify Artillery Regiments within the imperial army.
P08 Luger Holster This is a 1917 dated P08 luger holster which is in excellant condition and has a Berlin maker. I can not read the actual maker's name as it's not quite clear, However you can clearly read "BERLIN".
P08 Luger Holster This is a 1916 dated luger holster which has the original owner's name written on the back and on the inside of the flap. The holster has some minor damage, with wear to the muzzle end of the holster, the securing strap has torn, but looks fine when you put the two pieces in the buckle loop. The rear of the flap has a slight tare. The Holster is also maker marked.
Panzer Combat Badge This is an extremely nice example of the Panzer combat badge which is dated on the reverse 1942. The badge also has the makers code \"AWS\" ( Eduard Willie, Werkzeugfabrik ).
Panzer Earphones & Throatmike A set of 1942 dated panzer earphones which are in good condition, except that the plug is missing. The throatmike is missing the switch and plug.
Panzer Krim Shield This is a excelllant example Krim shield which was awarded to members of the Panzer army who took part in the Crimea campaign. The award was established on 25th July 1942. This example appears to have never been issued. The backing cloth is black which would have only been worn by members of the panzer arm. The backing cloth also retains it's backing paper.
Panzer NCO's Removeable Shoulder Straps A very nice pair of Panzer NCO's removeable shoulder straps with the rank of Feldwebel ( Colour-Sergeant ). The shoulder straps are piped golden yellow for reconnaissance.
Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A excellant example of matching pair of a Panzer majors shoulder straps
Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A very nice example of a pair of Panzer officers removeable shoulder straps with the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ).
Panzer Officers Sidecap A good example of a Panzer officers sidecap with aluminium embroided eagle and cockade. The cap has no moth damage, however the gold artifical silk lining is extremely worn with sweat stains. The branch of service piping is golden yellow for reconnaissance.
Panzer Other Ranks Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) This is a very good example of a army panzer other ranks Schirmmtuzen. The celluloid triangle has been removed. The leather sweatband has dried and there are not unit or markers markings under the sweatband.
Panzerfaust Training Manual This is a Panzerfuast training manual for a Panzerfaust 60.
Panzerfaust Training Manual This is a Panzerfaust training manual for a Panzerfaust 100.
Parachute Infantry Cap Badge This is a non-regulation cap badge worn by members of the Parachute Infantry. The cap badge first appeared in early 1941.
Parade Tunic Breast Eagle This is a bevo aluminium thread breast eagle which was worn on the parade tunic ( waffenrock ) by other ranks. However due to the quality of the eagle. It was commonly used by NCO\'s for their tailored combat tunics. This example has been removed from the tunic.
Parade Tunic Collar Patches A nice pair of parade tunic ( Waffenrock ) collar patches which have the branch of service colour golden yellow for Cavalry.
Parafin Stove This is a parafin stove manufactured by "DRUKOU" and would have been a private purchase item. It is in good condition, however it is missing it's tools.
Paratrooper Qualification Badge A good example of the paratroopers ( Fallschirmjager ) qualification badge. The eagle retains most of its gold guilt finish with the reverse inscriped with the makers code \"JMME\".
Paratroopers MKII Helmet This is a MKII paratrooper helmet which is post-war manufactured and dated 1956. The helmet is identical to the WW2 pattern paratrooper helmet with webbing chinstraps which was introduced in 1944. The helmet has a Parachute Regiment decal and is an extremely small size.
Paratroopers Qualification Badge This is a cloth example of the paratroopers qualification badge. The reverse of the badge is paper backed and retains the makers details. " E.Koler, Annaburg ".
Paratroopers Qualification Badge This is a cloth example of a paratroopers qualification badge. The reverse of the badge is paper backed and has the markers details. " E.Kohler, Annaburg ".
Paratroopers Qualification Jump Wings A good example of a paratroopers qualification jump wings.
Patients Effects Bag This is a un-issued patients effects bag, which has the medical services symbol on the front and a white cloth square on the back for the patients details.
Patients Effects Bag This is a un-issued petients effects bag, which has the medical services symbol on the front. The white cloth square is for the patient's details. This example was produced by "S.FOREHLICH Co. Inc".
Patients Effects Bag This is patients effect bag, which was produced by "TRENTON TEXTILE & MFG CO, INC". The bag is in un-issued conditon.
Patients Effects Bag This is a un-issued patients effects bag, which has the medical services symbol on the front. The back has a white square cloth for the patients details.
Percussion Blocklock Pistol Not to sure of the original of this percussion blocklock pistol could be English or German and dates from between 1830 to 1840. It has a nice brass engraving with some pitting to the barrel. The action is good and tight. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K.Sales Only.
Period Addition Book Condor Legion This is a 1939 addition about the exploits of the German Condor Legion which fought in Spain during the Spanish civil war. The book is title \" Deutche Kampfen In Spanien \" ( German Battle Group In Spain \".The book was written by General Rindlen and published by Wilhelm Limpert of Berlin.
Personalised Wooden Box This is a pesonalised wooden box which has a Edelweiss on three sides and the lid. The name of the village "HALLSTATT", which is located in the Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria.
Picture Post Magazine Thiis picture post magazine which was sold to British servicemen during WW2. This example is dated 16th May 1942.
Picture Post Magazine This is a Picture Post magazine, which was sold to British servicemen during WW2. This example is dated 13th July 1940.
Pil Box of Cigars This is a rare box of Pil cigars, which originally contain ten packet of five cigars in each packet. The box still contains 8 packets of cigars, all of which are un-opened.
Pile Liner For M-1943 Parka This is an artifical fur ( Pile ) for the M-1943 pattern reversible parka. The liner is size marked 40 regular.
Pilot's Survival Drinking Water Bladder This is a plastic drinking water bladder which would have been issued with the SV1 and SV2 survival vests.
Pipe Cleaner This is a period pipe cleaner.
Pistol Shooting Award This 1944 dated example of a pistol shooting award.
Plaster Sculpture WW1 French Soldier An affractive sculpture of a WW1 French soldier.
Plastic Waterbottle & Pouch A plastic waterbottle with a M-1967 pouch which is U.S. stamped. The waterbottle is dated 2000, however it is identical to the waterbottles issued during the Vietham war.
Pneumatic Air Mattress The pneumatic air mattress is an inflatable coated-fabric sleeping accessory, and was shaped to conform with the sleeping bag. However the air mattress also doubled as a hand-towed float for keeping radios and other important equipment dry while crossing streams, rivers and flooded terrain. This example is dated Feb 1982, however it is identical to the type issued in Vietnam.
Police Rubberised Motorcyclist Coat This is a very good example of a Schutzpolizei rubberised motorcyclist coat, which has the rank shoulder boards of a Wachtmeister, which is the equivalent army rank of a Unterfeldwebel ( Sergeant ). The coat has the police blue/green collar and is stamped " Pol.Hbr" ( Police Hamburg). The coat is size stamped 48. This example is actually post-war issue except for the shoulder Boards which are wartime. It is identical to wartime issue and is dated 1956.
Police Breeches A good example of a pair of police issue breeches. This example still retains a name tag \" Muller \".
Police Cap Eagle This is a 1st pattern cap eagle, which retains both it's pins.
Police D/D M42 Helmet This is a nice example of a Police double decal M42 helmet. The leather liner has started to split at the seam and has perished a litte a the brow. The chinstrap has the markers stamp " R.Larsen, Berlin" and dated 1939. The helmet is approximately a size 59.
Police MKII Helmet This is Police marked MKII helmet. The shell is in good condition, however the liner is rather dried and split in places. The shell is also stamped with what looks like a Roman numeral II.
Police MKII Helmet A Police MKII helmet which is in good condition, with what looks like a faint 1940 date on the shell.
Police NCO's Sleeve Badge This is a sleeve badge worn by police NCO's serving in the Waffen-SS.
Police Officers Collar Patches A pair of officers Schutzpolizei ( municipal ) collar patches, which have been removed from the tunic.
Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) A police officers summer issue schirmmutzen, which has been sun bleached. The cap is in fair condition without any moth damage. The celluloid triangle is intact and has the makers details \" Kleiderkasse, Koblenz \"
Police Officers Shoulder Boards A very nice pair of un-issued stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of leutnant. The shoulder boards still retain the original paper tab, with the makers details. \"HOLSTER DRAKER, BERLIN\".
Police Officers Sleeve Eagle This is a bullion police officers sleeve eagle. The aluminium thread has started to oxidize with age.
Police Peaked Cap Eagle This is the 2nd pattern police peaked cap eagle. This example is marker marked \"ow\" and dated 1941. Both pins are missing.
Police Ward Captain Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type shoulder straps for a Revier-Hauptmann ( Police Ward Captain ). However the two pips for each shoulder strap has been removed.
Polish Army Gasmask & Canister This is a nice example of a 1930 dated Polish army Gasmask and it canister. The mask is stamped "M. W.W.S.P.1930" The filter is stamped "FILJA No1. G.S.U. No1". The canister is in excellant condition with most of its original green/brown paint. The lid retains its instruction label and the base still cardboard insert.
Political Badge This is a political badge in the form laural leaf, swastika and sword. The reverse of the badge is marked \"H2\".
Political Leaders Collar Patches A set of political leaders collar patches with the rank of Gauleiter.
Porcelain mug This is a mug dated 1943.
Portugese G3 Assault Rifle ( Pre 1995 Deactivation ) This is a Portugese G3 assault rifle, which is dated September 1963 and was manufactured by "Frabrica de Braco. de Prata" ( FMP ). This example was originally deactivated in 1992 and proofed in London. However the previous owner lost it's orignal deactivation certificate and resubmitted the weapon to Birmingham proof house, who issued a new certificate 2011. Hence the rifle has two sets of deactivation proof markings London and Birmingham and retained full moving parts. During it's service history this example has had a scope rail mount fitted, indciating that the weapon may have been used by Special Forces, as standard G3's do not have scope rail mounts U.K.Sales Only
Post-war German Esbit Cooker This is a post-war bundeswher issue esbit cooker which is very similar to the war-time examples. Ideal for re-enactment purposes.
Post-War German Messtin/Zeltbahn Straps A set of post-war produced German messtin straps, which could also be used for the Zeltbahn. They are identical to WW2 made examples and are ideal for living history and reenactment purposes.
Post-war Issue K98 Cleaning Kit This is a post-war issue K98 cleaning kit, which is identical to the war-time issue examples. The only difference there is no maker's code or date of manufacture. This example also has a rather rare bakerlite oil bottle.
Post-War MG42 Legs A set of post-war manufactured MG42 legs.
Postal Cap Insignia This is a uncut bevo cap insignia worn by the German postal service.
Postman Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) This is an extremely nice example of a Postman\'s peaked cap. The cap still retains its celluloid diamond cover, however there are no makers details.
Powder Charge Box For 10.5cm Light Field Howitzer This is a wooden powder chage box containing its original cardbroad powder charge containers for the 10.cm light field howitzer. The cardbroad containers are stamped \" 6.(gr.) Ladg.der ; L.F.H.18\". Two of the containers are dated 1936 and the other two are dated 1937. The wooden box retains nearly all of its orignal paint and stencilling.
Powder Charge Box This is a powder charge box for a 10.5cm light field howitzer, which would have contained three cardboard contains each hold an extra charge to give the 10.5cm shell extra range. ( see ltem number 53571 ).
PPSH41 Cleaning Road This is a two piece cleaning rod for a PPSH41 submachine gun.
PPSH41 Cleaning Rod This is a two piece cleaning rod for a PPSH41 Submachine gun.
PPSH41 Oil Bottle This is a brass oil bottle for the PPSH41 Submachine gun.
PPSH41 Submachine Gun Magazine Pouch This is a PPSH41 submachine gun magazine pouch, which has leather trim and belt loops.
Private Purchase Soap This is a bar of private purchase soap made by Sternseife BO. Which has a symbol of the Sun on one side.
Proganada Badge This is an enamelled proganda badge which has the inscription \" H.S.D.A.R. LAND O/E. HITLERBEWEGUNG\". The reverse of the badge is \"RZM\" marked with the makers code \"B\".
Propaganda Badge This is an enamelled propaganda badge which has the inscription of " Deutschland Erwache 1933" ( Germany Awake ). The reverse of the badge is "RZM" marked and has the makers code "M1/129" ( Seiler & Co ).
Propaganda Badge This is an enamelled propaganda badge with the inscripton \" NUN ERST RECHT\" ( Now all The Time ). The reverse of the badge is \" RZM \" marked with the makers code \" M1/4\" ( Karl Gutenkunst ).
PRR-9 Short-Wave Radio The PRR-9 is a Walkie-talkie-type short-range radio, which would have been used between platoon and squad leaders. The PRR-9 was first introduced into the U.S.Armed forces on 3rd February 1967 at a cost of $1,100 a unit.
Prussian Drum Hanger This is a Prussian drum hanger ( Trommelschere ). This pattern of hanger was also used during the Reichwehr period and by the early Wehrmacht. Later Wehrmacht examples do not have the crown on the eagle's head. The leather belt loop is stamped with a faint maker's name.
Pudding Mix A packet of powder mix produced by "Dr Octker" and dated 10/08/1943.
Pup Tent This is a two man pup tent,which was designed in 1943 and changed very little over the next 4 decades. The only difference was the colour became darker. Each soldier would be issued with one half a tent-shelter, one set of poles and some pegs. Two soldiers would button their tent-shelters together, to make the two-man tent. The poles are dated 1969 and are maker marked G.W.T.CO. Their are five pegs which are all stamped "U.S." and manufactured by "ALTRO". Also included are two rare frame adapters fo the tent poles. The tent-sheltersare both dated 1983 and was produced by " O.R.C. INDUSTRIES". It is identical in colour to the examples issued in Vietnam.
Pup Tent Poles A set of five Pup tent poles, which are post-Vietnam War dated but are identical to the pattern used.
Pup Tent/Shelter Halfs & Poles As part of a G.I.'s issue, he was given a shelter half and one set of poles. Two soldier's would button their shelter halfs together and each using their poles to make a two-man tent. This listing is for two shelter halfs and two sets of poles to make one, two-man tent. Both shelter halfs are dated 1944, "U.S". stamped. One was produced by "Brede Incorporated" and the other by "Awaring Co". Both poles are also "U.S." stamped and are dated 1942 and 1943.
Pup-Tent Poles A set of six army pup-tent poles which are "U.S." marked and mainly 1980's dated. However they are identical to the pattern used during the Vietnam War.
Puttees A nice example of Puttees, which are un-dated. The puttees appear to be un-issued.
Quilted Overjacket and Trousers. This is a rare item and is quite difficult to find the quilted overjacket and trousers which was especially designed after the winter of 1941. The quilted uniform was worn over the top of the standard fieldgrey uniform and underneath a greatcoat or reversible uniform. The jacket is RB numbered \" Gr.I. RB 0/0362/5136, as is the trousers 0/0350/445. The trousers also have the manufacturers stamp \" G.S. & C0.
R.A. Brass Shoulder Titles A pair of brass shoulder titles belong to the Royal Artillery.
R.A.D. Zeltbahn A very nice example of an R.A.D zeltbhan is stamped with the manufacturers name " Warei. Paienizelte. Walter Reichert. BERLIN, NW.40 ". It is also dated 1938. What is not commonly known and depending on what reference book you read RAD zeltbahns was issued to the Deutsches Afrika Korps due to their olive colour. The zeltbahn has all its buttons and no rips.
R.A.S.C. Shoulder Titles A pair of printed Royal Arm Service Corps, shoulder titles.
R.E.M.E. Brass Shoulder Titles A pair of brass shoulder titls belonging to the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers.
Rabbit Fur Cap This is a nice example of a brown and white rabbit fur cap which was made for the Russian Front. The cap is RB numbered and has the manufacturers name, which is rather difficult to read. The cap is size marked 55 and has a M43 cap insignia added.
Rabbit Fur Cap This is a mint example of a brown rabbit fur cap dated 1943 and manufactured in Erfurt ( E43). The cap has a faint RB number and is size marked 59.
RAD Belt & Buckle This is a RAD (Reicharbeitsdeinst) belt and buckle. The buckle is in excellant condition with the leather tab still attached, which is maker marked "H.AURICH, DRESDEN" and dated 1937. The belt is also in excellant condition,and has been mark with "SSBW" , which i do not believe is an original mark. However the belt leather is original and is a size 105.
RAD Cap Badge This is a cap badge worn by RAD members. The badge is maker marked \"L & M\" and dated 1937. Both retaining pins are missing.
RAD Helpers Badge A good example of a RAD ( Reichsarbeitsdienst ) heplers badge, which was the state volunteer labour service.
RAD Lantern This is an excellant example of a Rad ( Reichsarbeitsdienst ) " State German Volunteer Labour Service" lantern. Most of these examples tend to have the support bracket and glass missing. This base of the lantern is stamped "BRUMBERG, 1940 RAD".
RAD M43 Cap This is a Reichsarbeitsdienst (State Labour Service ) M43 cap. The cap has suffered from some minor paint damage to the peak and front. Besides the paint damage the cap is in excellant condition. The lining is herringbone cotton and is stamped "RAD".
RAD Sidecap A very nice example of a Reichsarbeitsdienst ( State Labour Service ) side cap, which is "RB" numbered and dated March 1943.
RAD Sleeve Patch This is a unit patch worn by members of the Reichsarbeitsdienst ( State Labour Service ).
RAD Tunic This is a Reichsarbeitsdeinst ( National Socialist Volunteer Labour Service ) tunic. The tunic has had a number of field repairs and is void of insignia. I suspect that the insignia was removed while the owner was in capitivty and the repairs was done probably at the same time. The tunic is maker marked "OTTO MEIS ERFURT", dated 1938 and has the ususal size stampings.
Radio Earphones A set of radio earphones which are marked \"Dfha\" and dated 1938. Unfortunately this example is missing its plug.
RADwJ Sleeve Badge This is a bevo example of the RADwJ ( Reichsarbeitsdienst der Weiblichen Jugend ), which was a female section of the German Labour Service. The badge has a black Swastika set between two black ears of wheat all on a white background. The Roman numerals are the unit number.
RAF Service Trousers A very nice example of 1942 dated RAF service trousers, which are size stamped 9. The trousers are also \"WD\" stamped.
RAF 37 Pattern Large Size Belt This is probably the largest belt i have come across. It is blancoed to RAF blue and is stamped large and is approximately a size 46 to 48\" waist.
RAF 37 Pattern Revolver Holster This is a RAF 37 pattern revolver holster, which could hold the following pistols. MKIV Webley, Smith & Wesson M1905 ( Victory Model ) and the No2 MK1 revolvers. The inside of the flap has a very faint making.
RAF 37 Pattern Webbing A set of RAF blancoed 37 pattern webbing consisting of cross-straps, belt and MKII ammunition pouches which are 1940's dated.
RAF 37 Pattern Webbing This is a set of RAF webbing consisting of cross-straps, belt and MKIII ammunition pouches which ared post-war dated.
RAF Battledress Blouse This is a 1944 dated Royal Air Force Battledress blouse with the rank of corporal. The blouse is in good condition with one button missing from left breast pocket. The BD is size stamped 11.
RAF Boots A pair of RAF boots which are leather soled and unstudded. The boots are made of a softer leather than the army issue boot. The boots are non-dated are probably post-war issue and are approximately a size 7.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is flap indicator which would have been used on nearly all types of RAF WW2 aircraft. This example is un-issued and still retains its paper tag.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a flap indicator which would have been used in nearly all types of RAF WW2 aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a Altimeter, which measures the aircraft's height. The example was used in most types of RAF WW2 aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is an air brake indicator which would have been used in nearly all types of RAF WW2 aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a fuel gauge indicator which would have been used in most types of WW2 RAF aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is one of two types of fuel gauge which would have been used on RAF WW2 fighter aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a engine boost indicator which would have been used by nearly all types of RAF WW2 aircraft.
RAF H-Type Oxygen Mask This is a RAF H-type oxygen mask which was introduced into the RAF in 1944 and remained int production to 1970. This example is dated January 1966 ( 1/66 ) is complete with it's mircophone and is size stamped medium.
RAF H-Type Oxygen Mask This is 1955 dated H-type oxygen mask, which entered RAF service in 1944 and remained in production to 1970. This example has the wartime pattern type 57 mircophone and the attachments to secure the oxygen mask to the type B, C or type G flying Helmets. This exampel is stamped large size.
RAF Late-War Waterbottle Carrier This is a un-issued RAF late-war type waterbottle carrier. This example is dated 1955.
RAF MKII Helmet This is a RAF MKII helmet which has been over hand painted RAF blue/grey over the army green. The liner is size stamped 7.1/4 produced by \"VERO\" and dated 1940. This is a good example of a untouched helmet.
RAF MKVIII Flying Goggles a set of RAF MKVIII goggles which are missing their strap and the leather has torn in two places on the front. However the glass in fine.
RAF Officers Tunic This is a 4 pocket private purchase RAF Officers tunic. The tunic was made by \" Hector Powe of Regent Street London\" On the inside breast pocket the original owners name is still visible Pilot Officer Arnold. The winged badge is that of an Air gunner and the labels have the Volunter Reserve cyhpers.
RAF Sergeant Pilot\'s Tunic. This is a good example of an RAF sergeant pilot\'s tunic which is dated 1945 and was produced by Montague Barton Ltd. The tunic has two minor moth nips and is missing its belt.
RAF Service Dress Trousers A nice example of RAF service dress trousers which have the field dressing pocket and are dated 1944. The trousers are a small size "00" and where produced by M&N.HORNE LTED.
RAF Service Trousers A good example of a RAF service trousers. The trousers retain the size and makers label. The size 33 and the maker \"S.SIMPSON LTD\". Unfortunately i can not read the date as the original owners personal service number has been stamped across the label.
RAF Service Tunic This is a RAF service tunic which has the rank of Leading Aircraftman. On the lower left sleeve is a good conduct chevron, which would have been awarded for 2 years good service. The tunic\'s label gives the size as size 4 and a very faint 1941 date stamp. The tunic has very minor mothing at the back of the collar. The tunic does have its belt and king\'s crown buttons.
RAF Service Tunic This is a 1940 dated example of a RAF service tunic which has been tailored in the form of a full black silk lining sewn inside. The tunic has been stripped of insignia, however you can see the outline of the RAF shoulder eagles, corporal chevrons and medal bars. The brass buttons with king\'s crown still attached. Unfortunately the tunics belt is missing, but the belt hooks are still present. The condition of the tunic is very good without any moth damage.
RAF Small Pack & L-Straps A RAF blancoed small pack with L-straps attached. The small pack is maker marked and dated 1941.
RAF Water Bottle This is a RAF water bottle with the late-war sleeve.
RAF Wired G-Type Flying Helmet This is a Royal Airforce wired G-type fyping helmet, which is dated 1955.. The helmet is in excellant condition and is size stamped 3.
RAF Wired Type-C Flying Helmet A good example of a wired Royal Airforce type-C flying helmet. The helmet's ear piece is Air Ministry marked with the King's crown between the letters "A,M".
Railway Inspectors Schirmmutzen This is an extremely nice example of a Railways inspector\'s peaked cap. The cap is maker maked \"C.Louis Weber, Uniform-Fabrik, Hanover\".
Railway Station Police Arm Band This is the arm band worn by Police auxiliaries \"Bahnhoff Polizei\" ( Railway Station Police ).
Rally Badge This is a little rally badge, which has the pins missing.
Ranger's Shoulder Title This a Ranger's shoulder title.
Rank Chevrons A pair of Private First Class, rank chevrons.
Rank Chevrons A pair of Corporal, rank chevrons.
Rank Chevrons A pair of rank chevrons for a Private First Class. This pattern was worn on the combat uniform.
Rank Chevrons A pair of dress uniform rank chevrons for a private first class.
Rank Chevrons A pair of dress uniform rank chevrons for a private first class.
Rank Chevrons A pair of rank chevrons for a sergeant.
Rank Chevrons A pair of rank chevrons for a sergeant
Razor Blades A pack of five razor blades which actually come from a box containing 20 packs. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I have shown the original box in the listing.
Razor Blades A pack of five razor blades which original come from a box containing tweny packs. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I have shown the original box containing the packs in the listing.
Razor Blades A pack of five razor blades, which originally come from a box containing twenty packs. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I have shown the original box in the listing.
Razor Blades A pack of five razor blades which original come from a box containing twenty packs. I have decided to break this up and sell each pack separately. I have shown the original box in the listing, which would have been brought in the PX store.
RCAF HARVARD AT-6 Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a rate of climb indicator which is Canadian made for the American designed Harvard AT-6 training aircaft which was used to train, U.S. and RAF, RCAF pilots during WW2.
RCAF Harvard AT-6 Cockpit Flight Instrument This is the rate of climb indicator which is Canadian made for the Harvard AT-6 training aircraft which was an american design. The harvard was used to train U.S. and RAF,RCAF pilots during WW2.
Recondo 25th Division Qaulification Badge This is a qualification badge which was awarded to individual soldiers who took part in a three week intensive course in the art of long range reconnaisance patrolling techniques, which had an average failure rate of 50%. Recondo is abbreviation of reconnaissance and commando.
Recondo 25th Division Qualification Badge This is a qualification badge which was awarded to individual soldiers who took part in a three week intensive course in the art of long range reconnaissance patrolling techniques, which had an average failure rate of 50%. Recondo is abbreviation of reconnaissance and commando.
Reconnaissance Corps This is a reproducton of the badge which was worn by the Reconnaissance Corps, who where mainly airborne or glider-borne troops.
Reconnaissance Corps This is a original badge worn by members of the Reconnaissance Corps, who where mainly airborne or glide-borne troops.
Red Army F-1 Grenade Pouch This is a un-issued 1943 dated grenade pouch which would have held three F-1 Grenades.
Red Army F-1 Grenade Pouch This is a un-issued F-1 Grenade pouch which is Soviet marked.
Red Army M40 Helmet This is a 1956 produced helmet with a German style leather liner. The shape of the helmet is identical to the wartime pattern except for the liner which would have been a three piece padded liner and a webbing chinstrap. This would be ideal for a re-enactment.
Red Army M40 Helmet This is a 1946 dated example, which has the correct wartime three piece padded liner and webbing chinstrap. The helmet is in good condition retaining most of its original green paint.
Red Army Mosin Nagant Rifle Ammunition Pouch This is a post-war un-issued Soviet marked Mosin Nagant rifle ammunition pouch which is actually dated 1964. The pouch is identical to the WW2 examples.
Red Army Officer's 1943 Pattern Gymnastiorka ( Field Blouse ) This is a mint un-issued example of a Red Army officers summer issue gymnastiorka which is made of fine quality cotton. The blouse has no markings. It can either be WW2 or post-war issue.
Red Army Officer's 1943 Pattern Gymastiorka This is a nice example of a Red Army Officer's 1943pattern gymastiorka ( Field Blouse ). The officer's pattern is made of butter quality material and darker in colour than the enlisted man's gymastiorka. This example is not dated.
Red Army Officer's Breeches A very nice example of a private purchase Red Army officer's breeches with the tailor's details, who was located in Moscow.
Red Army Sidecap ( Pilotka ) This is in fact a post-war issue Red army side cap which has the makers and size stamp \"57\".
Red Army Webbing Belt This is the standard equipment belt worn by Russian troops. This example is a very large size.
Red Cross Motor Transport Badge This is a a motor transport badge worn by British Red Cross ambulance drivers.
Red Cross Motor Transport Badge This is a Motor transport badge worn by British Red Cross ambulance drivers.
Red Cross Tie Pin This is a enamalled Red Cross tie pin. The badge is inscribed with the words "The British Red Cross Society". The badge is maker marked "J.R.Gaunt, London".
Regimental Chapel Cushion Cover This a regimental cushion cover which would have been used in the Regmental chapel. The cushion cover has the regimental insignia of the The Royal Sussex Regiment.
Regimental Numbered Army Artillery Shoulder Straps A set of army artillery removeable shoulder straps which are regimental numbered ( Artillery Regiment 8 ). I believe that this example was made by a regimental tailor from a M36 tunic. You can clearly see some of the lower half of the tunic's size markings and date of the manufacture of the tunic "E37" ( Erfurt 1937 ).
Reichwehr Cap Badge A nice example of a Reichwehr period cap badge.
Relic Butterfly Bomb This is a relic butterfly bomb which was found on a Former Luftwaffe airfield in Finland.
Replica Blank Firing German Walther PPK Semi-Auto Pistol This is a 1980's produced Blank firing replica for the German Walther PPK semi-auto pistol. The replica was manufactured by the West German company "RECK". The safety catch is broken, however it works and with no other problems. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
Replica Blank Firing U.S. M1911A1 Pistol This is a Italian made 8mm blank firing replica of the U.S. M1911A1 pistol, which was the standard service pistol in the U.S. army during WW2 and the Vietnam wars. This example was produced by the Italy company "BRUNI" dated 1996 and has wooden grips. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
Replica British MKII Sten Gun This is a high quality all steel replica of a British MKII sten gun which is exact in every detail to the original gun. It will cock and dry fire, field strips. The replica comes with an original 1945 dated Sling. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica German C96 Broomhandle Mauser Pistol This is a Spanish made all metal replica of the German C96 Broomhandle mauser pistol, which was one of the first successful automatic pistols to appear but never used by any power in massive quntities. However the C96 did see service as a private purchase item by many officers of various nations. Winston Churchill during the future Prime Minister of Great Britain, brought a C96 Broomhandle and used it during the Boer War. The C96 was also used by the German Army during WW1. This example was produced by Denix, it cocks and dry fires and comes with wooden grips. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica German M1916 Stick Grenade This is a excellant replica of a German M1916 stick grenade. The replica is made of metal and wood. U.K.Sales Only
Replica German MP40 Pistol Grips A set of plastic replica MP40 submachine gun pistol grips, produced from the Japanese model gun company Marushin. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
Replica German MP40 Pistol Grips A set of plastic replica German MP40 submachine gun pistol grips. The pistol grips was produced by the Japanese model gun company Marushin. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica German P08 Luger Semi-Auto Pistol This is a all metal replica of a German P08 luger semi-auto pistol, which can cock and dry fire. Ideal for living-history, re-enactment or display purposes. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
Replica German P38 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a Japanese replica of the German P38 semi-auto pistol, which was manufactured by the Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ). The replica was produced in the late 1960's and is dated 1967. This exmaple has a working action which will allow dummy brass rounds to load and eject. The right-hand grip has a German eagle clutching a Swastika. This replica are becoming extremely hard to find and are collectable in their own right. A recoil spring is missing, however the action does work it the spring can be replaced. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Redunction Bill. U.K.Sales only.
Replica German Walther PPk Semi-Auto Pistol This is an excellant replica of a German Third Reich era, Walther PPK semi-auto pistol. The replica was produced in the 1980's by Model Gun Corporation of Japan. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only
Replica Lower German MP40 Part This is a steel replica lower part of the German MP40 submachine gun. The part was produced by the Japanese model gun company Murushin. The lower part is missing it's sear ( Bolt release ). Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica NVA Stick Grenades & Pouch Two wooden replicas of the North Vietnamese Army stick grenades as used during the Vietnam war. The grenades come with an original two cell pouch. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica U.S. Blank Firing M16 Assault Rifle This is a 8mm blank firing replica U.S. M16 assault rifle produced by the German company "JAGER". Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M1911A1 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a excellant replica of the U.S. M1911A1 pistol which was the standard sidearm used by U.S. forces from WW1 to the Vietnam War. This example was produced by the Japanese Model Gun Company ( MGC ) in 1967. It strips down just like the real thing and can chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M3 Fighting Knife This is a good replica of the U.S. M3 fighting knife, commonly worn by U.S.paratroopers during WW2. The knife comes with the correct leather M6 Scabbard which has been given the maker mark "WMCO" and the ordnance mark. Both scabbard and fighting knife have been given a 1943 date. The scabbard also comes with the leather leg-tie. U.K.Sales Only
Replica U.S. M3 Fighting Knife & M6 Scabbard This is a good replica of the U.S. M3 fighting knife and M6 scabbard, both of which are have been dated 1943. U.K.Sales Only
Reproduction Army Panzer Cap Eagle This is an high quality reproduction army panzer officers cap eagle.
Reproduction British 37 Pattern Battle Dress Uniform This is a reproduction British 37 Battle Dress unifrom with the ranks of sergeant and has the insigina the of the Corp of Military Police belonging to the 3rd Division which landed on sword beach on 6th June 1944. The uniform was produced for Soldier of Fortune and retails with insignia for 191.98. The uniform has only been worn twice and is in new condition. It is a very large size the jacket 48" chest, trousers 40" waist.
Reproduction British Hessian Helmet Cover This is a reproduction hessian helmet cover for the British brodie helmet. The helmet is shown for illustration and is not included in the sale.
Reproduction Marine Corps 1912 Pattern Dress Cap This is a very good reproduction United States Marine Corp 1912 pattern dress cap.
Reproduction U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet This is a reproduction U.S. M1C paratrooper helmet which has original M1 helmet shell which has been resprayed and and reproduction paratrooper chinstrap added. The actual liner is original WW2 paratrooper which had been restrapped during the 1960's for Vietnam.
Reproduction U.S. Marine Corp HBT Cap This is a good reproduction Marine Corp HBT cap. The capis a size 59.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Reconnaissance Shoulder Straps A extremely good reproduction of a Wehrmacht officers removeable shoulder straps, which has the branch of service piping for Reconnaissance. The shoulder straps have the rank of Leutnant and have a fieldgrey cloth cover. The purpose of which was to conceal the holders rank.
Reproduction 101 Airborne Divisional Patch This is a reproduction of the U.S. 101 Airborne divisional patch.
Reproduction 1st Allied Airborne Army Patch This is a reproduction formation patch worn by the 1st Allied Airborne Army, which was formed on 2nd August 1944 and controllled all allied airborne forces in western europe from August 1944 to May 1945.
Reproduction Army Cap Insignia This is a high quality reproduction bevo Cap insignia
Reproduction Army Cap Insignia This is a high quality reproduction bevo army cap insignia.
Reproduction Army M38 Sidecap This is an extremely good reproduction army M38 sidecap made from original material including the artifical silk lining. The insignia including the branch of service piping ( white for Infantry ). The cap has probably be made from a greatcoat and has the original makers name \"Naumann, Munchen 1943\". Which i believe was cut from the greatcoat.
Reproduction Army M43 Cap Insignia This is an high quality reproduction army bevo M43 cap insignia.
Reproduction Army M43 Cap Insignia This is a used reproduction army M43 cap insignia.
Reproduction Army Officers Cap eagle This is a high quality reproduction army officers bevo aluminium thread cap eagle.
Reproduction Army Panzer Breast Eagle This is a late reproduction bevo army panzer breast eagle.
Reproduction Army Panzer M43 Cap Insignia This is an high quality reproduction bevo army panzer M43 cap insignia.
Reproduction Army Panzer M43 Cap Insignia This is an high quality reproduction bevo army panzer M43 cap insignia.
Reproduction Assault Artillery Collar Patches A good reproduction of a pair of Assault Artillery collar with the Deaths head insignia and was worn on Fieldgrey and Denim wrapovers.
Reproduction British Hessian Helmet Cover This is a reproduction of a hessian helmet cover for the British brodie helmet. The helmet is for illustration and not part of the sale.
Reproduction British Airborne Battledress Uniform This is a reproduction British battledress uniform consisting of a 1940 pattern battledress blouse and 1937 pattern battledress trousers. The blouse has been badged up as Airborne reconnaissance including the lanyard. The uniform is a large size with the BD blouse size stamped 54 and the trouser 46.
Reproduction British Army Corporal Stripes A good reproduction pair of British army corporal stripes.
Reproduction British Army Officer Rank Pips a pair of reproduction British army officer rank pips which has the black colour backing for the Army Physical Training Corps.
Reproduction British Army Plimsolls A good pair of reproduction British army plimsolls which are a size 12.
Reproduction British Hook Quillon 1907 Pattern Bayonet This is a reproduction of a WW1 British hook quillon 1907 pattern bayonet. U.K.Sales Only
Reproduction British MK1 Brodie Helmet This is an excellant reproduction of a British MK1 brodie helmet with the correcnt net liner and leather chinstrap. The helmet is approximately a size 59. It has a ruff textured finish.
Reproduction British MKVI Ground Sheet This is a high qaulity reproduction MKVI rubberised groundsheet, which was first issued to British troops during WW1, remaining in service to the 1950's. However 1950's examples are green in colour, where 1940's and early dated examples are tan in colour. This example is made from the same material as the originals is maker marked and been given a 1941 date.
Reproduction British Paratrooper Beret This is a good reproduction of a British paratroopers beret, which has been given a wartime maker "Kay Headdress Limited" and dated 1944.
Reproduction British Paratrooper Qualification Jump Wings Reproduction British paratrooper qualification jump wings.
Reproduction British WW1 Goggles Reproduction British WW1 Goggles.
Reproduction German A-Frame A good reproduction German A-frame, which was designed to hold the M31 Zeltbahn and the M31 messtins and assault bag.
Reproduction German A-Frame This is a reproduction all webbing German A-frame which would carried the Zeltbahn, messtins and assault bag.
Reproduction German A-Frame Bag This is a reproduction canvas bag which was attached to the A-Frame. The pouch would have contained the K98 cleaning kit, spare socks, wash kit etc.
Reproduction German Army Belt Buckle This is an excellant steel made reproduction German army belt bucle which has been stamped with a three letter makers code "J.F.S." ( Junkers Flugzeug-u Motorwerke AG ).
Reproduction German Army M38 Side Cap This is a good reproduction of a German army M38 side cap which has the branch of service piping for Infantry. The cap is size stamped 59 and is brand new.
Reproduction German Army M38 Side Cap This is a good reproduction Germany army M38 side cap which has a white branch of service piping for Infantry the cap is a size 59, has been dated 1940 and given an actual wartime maker's stamp.
Reproduction German Army M43 Tunic This is a very good reproduction German army M43 tunic, made from original material including the use of original buttons and insignia. The shoulder boards are also original. I believe the tunic was probably made from a greatcoat as the the lining show the original makers details and size markings. The tunic is approximately a size 42" chest. Ideal for living history or display purposes. The tunic's original shoulder boards have the branch of service colour white for infantry and has the rank of Unteroffizier ( Senior-Corporal ).
Reproduction German Field-Dressing This is a reproduction German field-dressing which has been given a 1913 date.
Reproduction German Fork & Spoon Set. A reproduction of a German fork & spoon set, which has been given a 1942 date and the maker's code "T.S.R". ( No such maker ).
Reproduction German Gaiters A high quality reproduction German gaiters,with leather trim.
Reproduction German Housewife Set A reproduction German housewife set, consisting of period thread,buttons, needles and a leather pouch.
Reproduction German I.D.Disc Pouch This is a leather reproduction if a German Identity disc pouch, which comes with it's string. The pouch is made from pig skin.
Reproduction German Leather Folding E-Tool Carrier This is a reproduction of the 1st pattern all leather folding entrenching tool carrier.
Reproduction German Leather Wallet A good leather reproduction leather wallet as used by German troops during WW2.
Reproduction German M1915 Gasmask & Pouch This is a excellant reproduction of a German M1915 gasmask and canvas pouch.
Reproduction German M31 Breadbag A reproduction of a German M31 breadbag.
Reproduction German M31 Messtin Straps A set of two reproduction German M31 messtin straps which and also be used as Zeltbahn straps.
Reproduction German M36 Shoulder Boards A pair of reproduction German M36 shoulder boards which are piped white for Infantry.
Reproduction German M42 Helmet This is a reproduction German M42 helmet. The actual helmet is original WW2 German manufactured, which has been refurbished. The liner and chinstrap are high quality reproductions. The chnstrap has been stamped with a maker's name and a 1942 date. the helmet is size stamped 54 and is Ideal for re-enactment or display purposes.
Reproduction German Messtin Webbing Strap This is a reproduction German messtin webbing strap.
Reproduction German P38 Hardshell Holster This is a good reproduction German P38 leather hardshell holster which has been givben a waffenampted and a correct wartime maker's code "dvr" ( Johann Frolich, Koffer-u.Lederwaren ). The holster has also been dated 1942.
Reproduction German Reversible Splinter Camouflage Parka This is a really good reproduction German reversible to white splinter pattern parka, made from original splinter material. The parka has had a Luftwaffe eagle stitched on at one time, with the out-line still visible. There is a couple of minor holes to the front revealling the blanket material padding. However this can be easily repaired.
Reproduction German S98/05 Butcher Bayonet & Frog This is a good reproduction of a German WW1 S98/05 butcher bayonet with reproduction leather bayonet frog. U.K.Sales Only
Reproduction German Waffen-SS Belt & Buckle This is a good quality reproduction German Waffen-SS belt and buckle, which is a very large size. It will fit someone between a 38" to 44" waist.
Reproduction German Webbing Bayonet Frog This is a all webbing reproduction of a German bayonet frog.
Reproduction German Webbing Belt & Buckle This is a reproduction German webbing belt and a army buckle. The webbing belt's stitiching has come unstitched around the securing hook. However this can easily be repaired.
Reproduction German Webbing Y-Straps. Reproduction German webbing Y-straps.
Reproduction German Y-Strapes A good quality leather reproduction German Y-Strapes.
Reproduction German Y-Straps. Reproduction German Y-straps.
Reproduction German Zeltbahn Webbing Strap Reproduction German zeltbahn webbing strap.
Reproduction Gross Deutschland Regiment Cuff Title A reproduction cuff title as worn by members of the elite members of the army Gross Deutschland Regiment.
Reproduction Gross Deutschland Regiment Cuff Title A reproduction cuff title as worn by members of the elite Army Gross Deutschland Regiment.
Reproduction Infantry Officers Collar Patches A pair of reproduction Infantry officers collar patches.
Reproduction Luftwaffe Paybook A faithful reproduction of a Luftwaffe paybook.
Reproduction Luftwaffe Steel Belt Buckle A good steel reproduction Luftwaffe belt buckle.
Reproduction Luftwaffe Tropical Shoulder Straps A pair of reproduction Luftwaffe tropical issue shoulder straps which are piped yellow for either aircrew or paratroopers.
Reproduction Luftwaffe Tropical Shoulder Straps A pair of reproduction Luftwaffe tropical shoulder straps, which are piped yellow for either aircrew or paratroopers.
Reproduction M-1910 Entrenching Tool & Cover A very good reproduction M-1910 entrenching tool and cover. The cover has been given the maker's name "SEMS" and dated 1943. The front of the cover has also been stamped "U.S." The entrenching tool itself is not marked.
Reproduction M1 Carbine Twin Magazine Pouch This is a reproduction twin magazine pouch for the M1 carbine. The pouch has been dated 1943 and stamped "UPDIKE AWNING CO".
Reproduction M1 Carbine Twin Magazine Pouch This is a reproduction twin magazine pouch for the M1 carbine. The pouch has been given a 1943 date and stamped " UPDIKE AWNING CO".
Reproduction M1 Carbine Twin Magazine Pouch A reproduction M1 carbine twin magazine pouch, which has been dated 1943 and stamped "UPDIKE AWNING CO".
Reproduction M1910 Entrenching Tool & Carrier A good reproduction M1910 entrenching tool and carrier.
Reproduction M35 German S/D Waffen SS Helmet This is a reproduction of a German Waffen SS single decal M35 helmet. Ideal for re-enactment or display purposes.
Reproduction M7 Gasmask Pouch This is an exact replica of the M7 rubberised gasmask pouch, which is better on as the Assault pouch. The M7 pouch was used for the M5 Gasmask.
Reproduction MP44 Magazine Pouch This is an extremely high quality reproduction MP44 magazine pouch made of canvas and leather. It is identical in everyway to the original.
Reproduction Panzer Collar Patches A good reproduction of a pair of Panzer Deaths head collar patches for the black panzer uniform and denim wrapovers.
Reproduction Panzer Denim Uniform This is a 15 year old reproduction panzer denims made by Michael Janke of Germany. The uniform has been badged up as a major of the Sturmartillerie ( assault Artillery ). The insignia,collar patches, Shouder boards and breast eagle are all original examples. The uniform is correct in everyway including artifical silk lining in the blouse. .
Reproduction Panzer Reconnaissance Collar Patches A very good reproduction of a pair of Panzer reconnaissance collar patches with the Deaths head as worn on black panzer uniforms
Reproduction Parachute Infantry Cap Badge This is a reproduction cap badge worn by the U.S. parachute infantry, whichd was a non-regulation item and first appeared in early 1941.
Reproduction shoulderboards A pair of good reproduction German army shoulderboards piped in green for Gebirgsjager ( Mountain troops )
Reproduction Shoulderboards A good reproduction of a pair of German army shoulderboards panzer in fieldgrey.
Reproduction Shoulderboards A good pair of reproduction German army shoulderboards piped in white for infantry.
Reproduction Shoulderboards A good reproduction of a pair of Panzer shoulderboards.
Reproduction SS-Armband This is a good reproduction of the SS-armband ( Kampfbinde ), which was introduced in November 1925 and was worn on the black service uniform.
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction of a standard bearers armshield in the colours of Transport.
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction of a standard bearers armshield in the colours of the Panzer Arm.
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction of a Army standard bearers armshield in the service colours of Signals.
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction standard bearers armshield in the colours of Cavalry
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction of a standard bearers armshield in the colours of Artillery.
Reproduction Standard Bearers Armshield This is an excellant reproduction of a standard bearers armshield in the colours of the medical service.
Reproduction U.S. M41 Field Jacket This is a good quality reproduction U.S. M41 field jacket which is a size 44.
Reproduction U.S. M44 Wool Trousers A good reproduction of U.S. M44 wool trousers which are size stamped. The difference between M37 and M44 wool trousers are that the M44's have the gasflap as the same material of the trousers. These trousers are size stamped waist 30", leg 32.5".
Reproduction U.S. Paratrooper Jump Boots An extremely nice reproduction pair of U.S. paratrooper jump boots. The boots are exact in everyway to a pair of original Corcoran produced boots. This pair are size 8.
Reproduction U.S. Woollen Gloves A pair of reproduction U.S. woollen gloves which are a large size.
Reproduction Waffen SS Cuff Title This is an excellant reproduction bevo cuff title to the Waffen SS regiment Das Reich.
Reproduction Waffen SS Cuff Title This is an excellant reproduction cuff title to the Waffen SS regiment Prinz Eugen.
Reproduction Waffen SS Cuff Title This is an excellant reproduction cuff title to the Waffen SS regiment Wiking.
Reproduction Waffen SS Shoulder Boards An excellant pair of reproduction Waffen SS shoulder boards piped in white for Infantry.
Reproduction Waffen-SS Camouflage Uniform This is a 25 year old reproduction Waffen-SS dot camouflage uniform made by Michael Janke of Germany. The uniform has correct herringbone twill material and both jacket and trousers have artifical silk lining. This is the closest example to an original uniform that one can hope to find.
Reproduction Waffen-SS DOT 44 Trousers A reproduction Waffen-SS DOT 44 trousers, made of herringbone twill material. The trousers have been stamped with a 1944 date and RB numbered. The size is approximately a 34" to 36" waist.
Reproduction Waffen-SS Shoulder Straps A pair of reproduction Waffen-SS shoulder straps which are piped white for infantry.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Infantry Shoulder Straps A good reproduction pair of Wehrmacht Infantry shoulder straps
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Jumper A woollen reproduction Wehrmacht issue jumper, which is a size 40" chest.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Scarf A reproduction woollen Wehrmacht issue scarf.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Scarf A reproduction woollen Wehrmacht issue scarf.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Socks A reproduction pair of woollen Wehrmacht issue socks.
Reproduction Wehrmacht M31 Zeltbahn A very good reproduction of the M31 Zeltbahn ( Pouch, tent quarter ), which was issued to the Army, Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Military Police Shoulder Straps A good reproduction pair of Feldgendarmerie NCO's shoulder straps.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Shoulder Straps A pair of reproduction Wehrmacht shoulder straps, which are piped white for infantry.
Reproduction WW1 British 08 Webbing Set This is an excellant reproduction of British 08 webbing set, which looks and feels like the real thing. The webbing set consists of cross-straps, belt, small pack, ammunition pouches, entrenching tool cover with a original entrenching tool, Helve carrier, with a original Helve, waterbottle carrier with an original 08 blue enamelled waterbottle and bayonet frog. The webbing set is brand new, unblancoed, maker marked and been given a 1915 date.
Reproduction WW1 British 08 Webbing Set This is an extremely high quality reproduction WW1 British 08 webbing set, which feels and looks like the real thing. The webbing set consists of cross-straps, small pack, belt, ammunition pouches, entrenching tool carrier, with an original entrenching tool, which looks to be dated 1942. Helve carrier with an original helve, watebottle carrier with a original blue enamelled waterbottle and bayonet frog. The webbing has been blancoed which gives it a highly authentic look and has been given a marked with a makers abbreviation and dated 1916.
Reproduction WW1 British 1914 Pattern Leather Field Equipment This is a reproduction WW1 British 1914 pattern leather field equipment, consisting of belt, cross-straps, small pack, entrenching tool pouch with an original entrenching tool, which is maker marked and dated 1914. Helve carrier with an original helve, waterbottle carrier with an original 08 blue enamelled waterbottle and bayonet frog and ammunition pouches. The cross-straps have been maker marked and stamped with a War Department arrow.
Reproduction WW1 British Army Shirt A excellant reproduction of a British army WW1 shirt.
Reproduction WW1 British Black Veil Respirator This is a reproduction of a black veil respirator which was early WW1 item which gave light protection against gas attack. The veil comes with it's pouch.
Reproduction WW1 British D-Shaped Messtins & Cover A good reproduction of a set of British D-shaped messtins with a 08 webbing cover, which has been stamped with a maker's mark.
Reproduction WW1 British D-Shaped Messtins & Cover A good set of reproduction WW1 British D-shaped 3 piece messtins with a early pattern canvas cover.
Reproduction WW1 British PH Hood & Pouch This is a excellant reproduction WW1 British PH hood which has the rubber fitler, mouth piece and nose clips. It is made of grey wool has been maker marked and comes with it's pouch.
Reproduction WW1 British Small Box Respirator & Pouch This is a reproduction WW1 British small box respirator which comes with it's pouch. It is an excellant reproduction and is identical to the original item. The pouch has been maker marked, dated 1916 and also has the spring clip in it's base.
Reproduction WW1 British Smoke Hood & Pouch This is a reproduction WW1 British smoke grey wool smoke hood with plastic window and comes with it's canvas pouch.
Reproduction WW1 British Toiletry Set This is a reproduction WW1 British toiletry set, consisting of comb, razor, shaving brush, leather boot laces, knife, fork and spoon set, reproduction period shaving stick, foot powder and a original. Brass button polisher which is maker marked "J.R.&S".
Reproduction WW1 German Gasmask Canister This is a reproduction German gasmask canister with straps.
Reproduction WW1 German Bayonet Frog This is a real leather reproduction of a German bayonet frog.
Reproduction WW1 German Entrenching Cover This is a real leather reproduction of the German entrenching tool cover.
Reproduction WW1 German Gasmask Canister This is a reproduction gasmask canister which has the spare lense compartment. The canister comes with carrying straps.
Reproduction WW1 German Helmet Cover This is a good reproduction of a German helmet cover which fits all three helmet patterns. The helmet is for illustration on how the helmet cover is worn on the helmet and is not part of the listing.
Reproduction WW1 German Helmet Face Guard This is a reproduction helmet face guard which was designed to allow a soldier to look over the trench and give protection from snipers. This reproduction is made from steel with felt padding and leather straps and is identical to the real item. The cut-out on the right side is to allow the soldier to use his rifle.
Reproduction WW1 German Iron Cross First Class This is a reproduction WW1 German iron cross first class.
Reproduction WW1 German M16 Helmet This is a reproduction German M16 helmet which a black and white shield for the province of Prussia.
Reproduction WW1 German M1895 Pickelhaube This is a excellant reproduction of a German M1895 other-ranks pickelhaube which is all leather and brass fittings. The helmet badge plate is for the state of Bavaria.
Reproduction WW1 German M1895 Pickelhaube This a leather reproduction of a German M1895 other-ranks pickelhaube with brass fittings. The helmet badge plate is for the state of Prussia.
Reproduction WW1 German M1895 Pickelhaube This is a leather reproduction of a WW1 German M1895 other-ranks pickelhaube with brass fittings. The helmet badge plate is for Infantry Regiment 92 which was belonged to the Duchy of Brunswick.
Reproduction WW1 German M1915 Helmet At the beginning of the First World War, German troops were equipment with the M1895 leather pickelhaube helmet, except for mounted personal who had helmets made of sheet iron. However none of these helmets sufficed for the requirements of trench warfare. The situation was also the same on the allied side who introduced steel helmets in 1915. The first German helmet was developed in Army Group Gaede sector, which was on the Vosges front and became known as the M1915 helmet. However the use of this helmet remained limited to this group's sector and was withdrawn from service when the new M1916 helmet was introduced. This is an excellant reproducton of the M1915 helmet made from the same materials as the original.
Reproduction WW1 German M1915 Tunic Reproduction German M1915 tunic which has the branch of service piping red for Infantry and the regiment number 5. The tunic is a size 48.
Reproduction WW1 German Pickelhaube Brass Eagle This is a reproduction of a brass Prussian pickelhaube eagle.
Reproduction WW1 German Shoulder Straps A pair of repduction WW1 German shoulder straps which are piped red for Infantry.
Reproduction WW1 German Shoulder Straps A pair of reproduction WW1 German shoulder straps which are piped white for Assault troops ( Sturm-troops ).
Reproduction WW1 German Wound Badge This is a reproduction WW1 German black wound badge.
Reproduction WW1 Imperial German Battleflag This is a a reproduction of a WW1 imperial German battleflag.
Reproduction WW1 Imperial Russian Peaked Cap This is a high quality reproduction imperial Russian peaked cap which is piped red for Infantry. The cap is size marked 56.
Reproduction WW2 U.S. M41 Field Jacket This is a high quality reproduction U.S.41 field jacket, which has been badge up as the 28th Infantry Division. The 28th fought in eastern France, Luxemburg, Beglium ( Battle of the Bulge ) and Germany. The jacket has also been given the rank Staff Sergeant. The divisonal patch and NCO stripes are original WW2 vintage. The jacket is approximately a size 42.
Reproduction Y-Strapes A good reproduction German leather Y-strapes.
Reproduction.U.S. Army Airforce Navigator's Wings A army airforce navigator's flignt qualification wings.
Reprouction German Police Belt Buckle This is a reproduction German Police buckle.
Reprouduction Army Officers Cap Eagle This is an high quality reproduction bevo aluminium thread army officers cap eagle.
Reversible Mouse Grey Jacket, Trousers and Hood A very nice reversable to white mouse grey jacket, trousers and hood. The mouser grey reversable uniform was the first pattern of reversable uniforms introduced into the German armed forces in the winter of 1942 to 43 as a result of their bitter experiences of the previous winter. This pattern was worn both by the Army and the SS until both services developed their own distinctive camouflages. The jacket is in good condition with very few field repairs and has become a lighter shade due to exposure to sunlight. The hood and trousers are a darker shade both of which are in excellant condition. The only markings to be found are on the white side of the trousers what looks to be a faint G.E.A in a box. There are initials G.H., perhaps the original owners.
RLB Badge This is a very nice example of a small RLB lapel badge. The reverse of the badge is maker marked \" HAURICH DRESDEN\".
RLB Sleeve Eagle This is a Reichsluftschutz bund ( State Air-Protection League ), sleeve eagle which would have been worn on the left forearm.
Rotsiegel Solingen Razor Blades A unopened packet of Rotsegel Solingen razor blades.
Royal Engineers Officer\'s Battle Dress Blouse This is a Canadian Battle Dress blouse which has been used by a British army officer belonging to The Royal Engineers. The collar has been tailored to allow the officer to wear a shirt and tie. The rank of the officer is that of a major. The blouse is size stamped 12 and is dated August 1943.
Royal Armoured Corps This is a post 1952 Royal Armoured Corps cap badge, with Queens crown.
Royal Army Medical Corps This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Army Medical Corps.
Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps A pair of printed shoulder titles belonging to the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps.
Royal Canadian Army Service Corps This is a printed example of a single shoulder title belonging to the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps.
Royal Catering Corps Cap Badge A very nice example the Royal Catering Corps cap badge.
Royal Corps of Signals Cap Badge This is a cap badge worn by members of the Royal Corps of Signals.
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers ( REME ).
Royal Flying Corps Shoulder Titles A very nice example of a pair of Royal Flying Corps shoulder titles, which have been removed from a tunic.
Royal Flying Corps Wings & Epaulettes A very interesting item consisting of an Royal Flying Corps wings still attached to an officers quality material cut directly off the tunic. Below the wings is a service rippon of the Military Cross. The epaulettes have the single pip of an army major.
Royal Fusiliers This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Fusiliers City of London Regiment.
Royal Fusiliers This is the 7th Battalion Royal Fusiliers cap badge.
Royal Navy Officer's 37 pattern Belt, Holster & Ammo Pouch This is a Royal Navy officer's 37 pattern belt, holster for either a MKIV weblely, Smith & Wesson M1905 or Enfield revolvers. The belt also comes with the ammunition pouch. The set has been blancoed to Navy Blue.
Royal Northumberland Fusiliers This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Northumberland Fusiliers.
Royal Ulster Rifles This is a cap badge worn by the Royal Ulster Rifles.
Rubber Muzzel Cover This is a soft rubber muzzel cover which is numbered and made to fit the following weapons. K98, G41,G43, MP34,MP38,MP40, MP41, MP44.
Ruger GP-100 Double-Action Revolver Box This is Ruger GP-100 double-action revolver box, which still constains the original manual.
Rural Police Schirmmutzen This is a other ranks rural police peaked cap which is in very good condition with one very minor moth nip. The cap is maker marked \"Albart Kempf\". There is also a number of stampings on the inside of the sweatband.
Russian 15 Rounds Boxed 7.62mm Inert Rifle Ammunition This is a boxed containing 15 rounds of inert Russian 7.62mm inert rifle ammunition. It is quite rare to found boxed 7.62mm rifle ammunition. The rounds come with their charger clips. U.K.Sales Only
Russian 7.62mm Inert Rifle Ammunition Five inert rounds of Russian 7.62mm rifle ammunition which would have used with the Mosin Nagant rifles, carbines and MG's. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AK Loading Tool This is a loading tool for the AK assault rifle for 7.62mm ammunition.
Russian AK74 Plastic Magazine This is a black plastic magazine for a Russian AK74 assualt rifle. The magazine is arsenal marked.
Russian AK74M ( Airsoft ) This is a airsoft "BB" firing Russian AK74M, which was actually manufactured in the "IZHMASH" AK factory for the U.S. market. It operates with a gas bottle inserted into the pistol grip. These verisons of the AK74 are extremely difficult to obtain. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKM Bayonet Type 1 This is a good example of a Russian AKM type 1 bayonet with wrist strap and belt strap. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKM Type 1 Bayonet This is a good example of a Russian AKM type 1 bayonet with wrist strap and belt loop. U.K.Sales Only
Russian AKM Type 1 Bayonet & British Made Bayonet Frog This is a Russian AKM type1 bayenet with a rare British made bayonet frog. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKM Type 2 Bayonet This is a good example of a Russian AKM type 2 bayonet, which also can be used as wirecutters. The bayonet comes with it's wrist strap and belt loop. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKM Type 2 Bayonet A good example of a Russian AKM type 2 bayonet with wrist strap and belt loop. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKM Type 2 Bayonet This is a Russian AKM type 2 bayonet with wrist strap and belt loop. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian AKU Gun Cover This is a gun cover the the Russian AKU assault rifle which is mainly issued to Russian paratroopers. The gun cover would be strapped to the leg of the paratrooper.
Russian Book I am not sure exactly what the book is, however it seems to have been captured or printed by the Germans as it has a German ink stamp on the inside.
Russian Boxed Inert 7.62mm Pistol/SMG Ammunition This is a box containing 25 rounds of 7.62mm inert pistol and submachine gun ammunition. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian Inert RGD33 Stick Grenade This is a good example of a Russian RGD33 inert stick grenade which was developed in 1933 to replace the aging M1914 stick grenade. The RGD33 remained in service with the Red Army uptil the end of WW2 being replaced by the F1 and RG42 fragmentation grenades. U.K.Sales Only
Russian Inert RGD33 Stick Grenade This is a good example of a Russian RGD33 stick grenade which was developed in 1933 to replace the aging M1914 stick grenade. The RGD33 stick grenade remained in service the Red Army uptil the end of WW2 being replaced by the F1 and RG42 fragmentation grenades. U.K.Sales Only
Russian M40 Helmet This is a un-issued Russian M40 helmet which is still wrapped in it\'s grease proof paper. The helmet is date stamped 1957. However the helmet is identical in everyway to wartime dated examples, with the three piece leather liner and webbing chinstrap.
Russian M40 Helmet This is a un-issued Russian M40 helmet still wrapped in its grease proof paper. This helmet is actually dated 1957, however is identical in everyway to the wartime dated examples with three piece leather liner and webbing chinstrap.
Russian Mosin Nagnat M1938 Carbine A very good example of a 1944 dated Mosin Nagant M1938 carbine which comes with a webbing sling. The M1938 carbine was mainly issued to cavalry, drivers and artillery troops. U.K.Sales Only
Russian Navy Cap This is a WW2 pattern Russian Navy cap which is dated 1961 and size stamped 55. The cap has a WW2 pattern enamel Soviet star with a intact cap tally. In the late 1960's the Russian Navy caps became large and more saucer shaped.
Russian RG42 Inert Fragmentation Grenade This is a inert RG42 fragmentation grenade which was introduced into the Red Army during WW2 as an emergency measure. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian SKS Bayonet This is a folding bayonet which was fitted to the SKS assault rifle. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian Volunteer Sleeve Insignia ( POA ) This is a bevo shield insignia worn by members of the Russian Army of Liberation fighting for the Wehrmacht. This example has been removed from a tunic.
Russian/Soviet AK Cleaning Kit This is a cleaning kit which is issued for all types of AK assault rifles. The cleaning kit consists of a pouch, bakerlite container, oil bottle, pull-through, brushes, ruptured round and defouling tools.
Russian/Soviet AK Cleaning Kit This is a cleaning kit which is issued for all AK types, consisting of leather pouch, bakerlite container, one large and one small oil bottles, brushes, pull-through and ruptured round extracting tool and defouling tool.
Russian/Soviet AK Leather Sling This leather sling is for a AK assault rifle.
Russian/Soviet AKM Assault Rifle Magazine This is a 30 round orange plastic magazine for the AKM assault rifle. The magazine is marked the the manufacturer's symbol a arrow within a triangle "Izhmash".
Russian/Soviet AKM Assault Rifle Magazine This is a Russian/Soviet black plastic 30 round magazine for the AKM assault rifle. The magzine is marked with the Soviet star.
Russian/Soviet AKM Assault Rifle Magazine This is a 30 round orange plastic AKM assault rifle magazine. The magazine is marked with the manufacturer's symbol of a arrow within a triangle "Izhmash".
Russian/Soviet AKM Assault Rifle Magazine This is a 30 round orange plastic AKM assault rifle magazine. The magazine is marked with the manufacturer's symbol of a arrow within a triangle "Izhmash".
Russian/Soviet Leather Flying Helmet An all leather Russian/Soviet flying helmet which is maker marked and dated 1989 and is complete with its earphones, and wiring. The helmet is size stamped "58".
Russian/Soviet M1895 Nagant Revolver Holster This is a leather holster for the Russian M1895 nagant revolver. The holster comes with the a lanyard and cleaning rod. The top flap is Soviet marked on the inside.
Russian/Soviet M1930 Mosin Nagant Sniper Rifle This is a 1942 dated M1930 Mosin Nagant Sniper rifle with the PU telescopic sight. The sniper version of the M1930 mosin nagant rifle has a turned down bolt which allows the for clearance against with the telescope when fitted. The PU scope was introduced into the Red Army in 1940 originally for the Tokarev SVT40 rifle but was quickly extended to the M1930 Mosin Nagant. This example of the PU scope has Soviet markings and has good clear optics. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Makarova Pistol & Holster The Makarova is another pistol which was greatly influenced by the German Walther PP model pistols. The Makarova is basically a enlarged model of the Walther PP design and is in 9mm parabellum. This example is dated 1987 and is matching numbered. The pistol comes with it's correct brown leather holster, however there is no spare magazine or cleaning rod. U.K.Sales Only
Russian/Soviet MIG15 Pilots Leather Flying Helmet This is a mint MIG15 pilot's leather net type flying helmet. Which still has the all its wiring, earphones and throat mike. The helmet is size stamped "56".
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle Ammunition Pouch This is a mint un-issued rifle ammunition pouch for the Mosin nagant rifle and carbine. The pouch is maker marked and dated 1947.
Russian/Soviet Small Arms Oil Bottle This is a oil bottle, which was issued with most WW2 Russian/Soviet small arms.
Russian/Soviet Small Arms Oil Bottle This oil bottle, which was issued with most Russian/Soviet WW2 small arms.
Russian/Soviet SVT40 Self-Loading Rifle This is 1942 dated SVT40 self-loading rifle ( Samozariadnyia Vintovka Tokareva ), which was mainly issued to NCO's. This exmaple is in excellant condition. U.K.Sales Only
Russian/Soviet SVT40 Self-Loading Rifle This is a 1941 dated example of the SVT40 ( Samozariadnyia Vintovka Tokarev ) self-loading rifle, which is in excellant condition. The SVT was mainly issued to NCO's and Marines. This example comes with a webbing sling. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Tanker\'s Helmet This is a black Russian/Soviet tanker\'s helmet which is maker marked and dated 1989. The helmet is compete with its earphones, throat mike and wiring.
Russian/Soviet Tokarev TT33 Semi-Auto Pistol & Holster This is a 1945dated example of the Tula-Tokarev TT33 semi-auto pistol. This example has the rarer pattern hand grips and comes with a holster, lanyardf, cleaning road and spare magazine. U.K.Sales only.
Russian/Soviet TT30 Semi-Auto Pistol This is a good example of TT30 ( Tula-Tokareva ), which was based on the Colt-Browning design. This example is in it's original finish and dated 1935. U.K.Sales Only.
Russing/Soviet AK Cleaning Kit This cleaning kit is issued to all types of AK assault rifles. The cleaning kit consists of a pouch, bakerlite container, small oil bottle, pull-through, brushes, ruptured round and defouling tools.
S.A. Armband This is a three piece construction of the a armband buy members of the SA ( Sturm-Abteilung ).The felt material on the armband does have number of small moth holes. However the main swastika symbol in good condition without any moth damage.
S.A. Marine Sports Badge This is a ultra rare S.A. marine sports badge which is also known as the defense medal. This example is the silver grade and has the makers name on the reverse "R.SIEPER & SOHNE". The reverse of the sword is inscriped " EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN. S.A. FUHRUNG"
S.A. Medical Officer's Single Collar Patch This is a single S.A. medical officer's collar, which still retains it's "RZM" paper label.
S.A. Sports Badge This is an excellant example of the Gold grade of the S.A. sports badge which is also known as the S.A. defense badge. The reverse of the sword is inscriped \"EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN. S.A. FUHRUNG\".
S.A. Sports Badge This a nice example of the silver grade of the S.A. sports badge which is also known as the S.A. defense medal. This example is maker marked \"W.REDO\". The reverse of the sword is inscriped with \"EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN. S.A. FUHRUNG\".
S.A. Stick Pin This is a \"RZM\" marked S.A. stick pin.
S.A.S. Beret Badge This is an extremely nice example of the Special Air Service beret badge.
S.A.Sports Badge Gold Grade This is a gold grade of the S.A. sports badge, which is also known as the Defence Badge. Unfortunately most of the gold guilt has gone, however traces are still visible, especially on the reverse side. The badge is maker marked "W.REDO, "SAAR-LAUTERN" on the reverse of the swastika. The reverse of the the sword is marked "EIGENTUM.D.OBERSTEN.S.A.FUHRUNG"
SA Cap Eagle This is a M36 cap eagle which would have been worn on Kepi's and various other pieces of SA headdress. This example has the eagle facing to the left and where they are normally facing to the right. All the retaining pins are intact.
SA Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of Sturm-Abteilung collar patches. The right patch has the unit number \"3\" and the left patch the rank, Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ). The rank patch still retains its RZM label and both patches are piped silver and black with aluminium thread.
SA Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of green Sturm-Abteilung ( SA ) collar patches. The green base collar indicates that the collar belonged to a Jager unit with the number 6 as its unit designation. The rank is indicated by the single pip \"Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior Corporal ). The collar patches are hessian backed and still retain their RZM paper label.
SA Greatcoat This is a SA ( Sturmabtelung ) greatcoat which is in very good condition. Unfortunately the collar tab have been removed. The collar is piped black and orange-yellow which is the group colour "Sudwest". This is also stamped on the inside of the greatcoat. The original owners name tab is still stitched on the inside which also gives his unit "Wilhelm Stern, Hechingen, Sturm 8/125, Trupp 1".
SA Marine Cuff Title This is a bevo cuff title worn by members of the Sturm-abteilung Marine.
SA Marine Officers Collar Patches A pair of Sturm-abteilung marine officers collar patches with the rank of Sturmbannfuhrer ( major ). The collar patches still retain the RZM paper label with the number 497424.
SA Shoulder Strap A single shoulder strap belonging to the \"Turn-und Sportabteilung\" ( SA ). The shoulder strap is piped black for pioneers.
SA Tornister This is a very nice example of a SA marked Tornister ( back pack ). The RZM label is located on the inside top of the rack which has the serial number "44375". The Tornister has the original owners name and unit "Schumacher".
SA-Kepi This is a very nice example of Sturm-Abteilung (SA) kepi. The celluloid diamond is still attached with the size and makers name. The Kepi's group colour is rose red, which identifies the cap belonging to either SA Group, Ostmark or Sudmark.
SA-Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SA ( Sturm-Abteilung ) collar patches. The right hand patch with the number 16 is the District number and the left hand patch the rank. In this cas that of an SA- Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). Both patches still retain the RZM paper labels.
Saudi Arabia Kuwaiti Liberation Medal This medal was awarded by the Saudi Arabia to allied troops which took part in the liberation of Kuwait and Desert Storm in 1991. The medal is in it's original case, containing the medal ribbon bar and still has the outer carboard sleeve protecting the case.
Schuma Bevo Cap Badge This is a bevo cap badge worn by the Schuma, who where Ukrainian Security police.
Schutzpolizei M43 Cap This is a Schutzpolizei M43 cap which has the green piping aropund the crown of the cap. The leather sweatband and insignia has been removed from the cap. The overall condition of the cap is very good without any moth damage.
Schutzpolizei NCO's Tunic This is a private purchase Schutzpolizei NCO's tunic with the rank of rivieroberwachtmeister ( sergeant ). The tunic is in very good condition and has been constructed with officer's quality cloth. The tunic has a pocket slash to allow a sword to be worn, an award loop probably a National sports badge, and metal fasteners for the neck liner to be attached.
Schutzpolizi Combat Blouse This is a late-war schutzpolizi combat blouse which has a faint maker and size markings and dated 1944. The blouse has the rank of Oberwachtmeister. The equivalent army rank is Feldwebel ( Colour-Sergeant ).
Scots Guards Single Shoulder Title A embroided single Scots Guards shoulder title.
SD Officer's Collar Patches A pair of SD officers collar patches with the rank of Haupsturmfuhrer ( Captain ). The collar patches retains their "RZM" paper labels.
SD Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SD officers collar patches with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). These patches was original glued on a display board displaying the ranks of SD officers.
SD Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SD officers collar patches with the rank of Hauptsturmfuhrer ( Captain ). The rank patch still retains it's RZM paper label. The collar patches was original glued to a display board showing the ranks of SD officers.
SD-Collar Patches A nice example of a matching pair of SD collar patches with the rank of Hauptscharfuhrer ( Sergeant-Major ). The non-rank patch still retains its RZM paper label.
Semi-Relic Desert Camouflage Army Helmet This is a semi-relic M35 helmet which still retains some of its original desert camouflage paint. The helmet appears to have suffered battle damage at the rear. The army decal is still partly visible and the remains of the liner and chinstrap are still attached.
Service Chevrons A four year printed service chevron patch.
Service Chevrons A four your printed service cheron patch.
Service Chevrons A embroided two year service chevron patch.
Service Stripes This is an enlisted mans service stripes. There are ten service strips indicating 5 years service.
Shell Fuse Container This is a shell bakerlite fuse container, which is marked on the lid \"Kart.Vorl.H.13. The underneath of the container is maker marked \"gtc\" ( Richard Stock & Co, Spiralbohrer, Werkzeug-u.Machinenfabrik AG ) and dated 1944.
Signaller's Climbing Equipment This is a a nice set of a Signaller's climbing equipment, consisting of safety belt, safety chain, and grappling irons. Which allowed the signalman to work safely on telephone and telegraph poles. The belt waffenampted, datd 1942 and has the maker's code "H" ( Elsterwerdaer Schraubenfabrik ). The grappling irons are maker marked "KUCKE".
Signaller's Climbing Equipment This is a Signalman's climbing equipment, consisting of safety belt, with safety strap, safety chain and grappling irons. The safety belt is in extremely nice condition waffenampted, dated 1941 and has the maker's code "dde" ( Robert Larsen, Leder u.Stoffwaren ) The safety strap is also dated 1941 and has the same maker code as the the belt. The grappling irons are maker marked "KUCKE".
Signallers Equipment Box This is an equipment box used by British Army signallers. The lid of the box has a bakelite insert.
Silver Drivers Badge Of Merit This is the silver version of the drivers badge of merit ( Kraftfahr-Bewahrungsabzeichen ). Which was instituted on 23rd October 1942 for military drivers who had distinguished themselves during periods of combat. This example retains one of its two retaining pins and is missing its material backing.
Silver Grade Infantry Assault Badge A good example of a silver grade Infantry Assault badge. The badge is non-maker marked.
Silver Wound Badge This is a silver wound badge, which is in very good condtiton . The award is maker marked "65" ( Klocher-Werke Maschinenfabrik AG ).
Six Rubber Muzzel Caps Six various numbered soft rubber muzzel caps which where made to fit the following weapons, K98, G41,G43,K43,MP34,MP38,MP40,MP41 and MP44.
Skin Decontamination Lozenges This is a skin decontamintation lozenges tablets ( Hautentgiftungsmittel ), which are still sealed. The container is dated 1937. The Lozenger tablets started to be replaced with the decontamintion ointment as early as 1939. By 1943 the lozenger tablets was completely discontinued.
Skin Decontamination Lozenges This is a still sealed container of skin decontamination lozegnes ( Hautentgiftungsmittel ) which dated 1937 and still has part of it's instruction label. The lozenger tablets was started to be replaced by the decontamination ointment as early as 1939 and was completely discontinued by 1943.
Skin Decontamination Ointment This is a 1942 bakerlite bottle of of skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ), which officially replaced the Lozenges tablet in 1941. The bottle still has part of the instructions of how to use the ointment.
Skin Decontamination Ointment The skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ) replaced the Losantin Lozenges in 1941. This example is dated 1941 and still contains ointment.
Skin Decontamination Ointment This is a skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ), which replaced the Losantin lozenges in 1941. This example is dated 1943.
Skin Decontamination Ointment This is a skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ), which replaced the Losantin lozenges in 1941. This example is dated 1941 and still contains oinment.
Small Arms School Cap Badge This is a King's crown Small Arms School cap badge.
Small Arms Training Pamphlet Ant-tank and Hand Grenades This is a new reprint of a 1941 published Small Arms Training pamphlet for the No.68 Anti-tank grenade and the No.69 Bakelite grenade.
Small Arms Training Pamphlet Anti-Aircraft This is a 1942 dated Small Arms Training pamphlet for anti-aircraft operations.
Small Field Dressing A small field dressing which is stamped "VERBANDPACKCHEN".
Small Field-Dressing This is a small field-dressing, which was carried by every German soldier along with one large field-dressing. The field-dressing was carried in a special pocket in the skirt of the tunic. This example is dated 1943.
Small Field-Dressing This is a small field-dressing which was carried by every German soldier along with one large field-dressing . The field-dressing was carried in a special pocket in the skirt of the tunic. This example is dated 1937.
Small Field-Dressing This is a small field-dressing which was carried by every German soldier along with one large field-dressing. The field-dressing was carried in a special pocket in the skirt of the tunic. This example is dated 1939.
Small First Aid Dressing This is a small first aid dressing, which would have been part of the contents for a vehicle first aid box, luftschutz first aid box or field surgeons pack. This example is dated 1943.
Snow Smock This is a snow smock which was worn over the winter uniform. The smock has a hood, a button front and two slash openings to allow access to the pockets of the greatcoat or tunic worn underneath. The smock was actually part of a two-piece uniform. The black strips on each arm where to identify friend from foe. The smock has a faint maker's stamp. There is a very good picture of this pattern smock being worn in Brian L. Davis's reference book "German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933 to 1945" on page 181 photograph number 326.
Soap Dish & Soap A period aluminium soap dish, containing a period packet of soap.
Somerset Light Infantry This is the cap badge worn by the Somerset Light Infantry.
Sonderverband 288 Sleeve Badge This is a rare unit patch worn by members of the Sonderverband 288 ( Special Unit 288 ). The Sonderverband 288 was a fully motorized unit of the Wehrmacht who was prepared for use in Iraq, Iran and India but saw action in North Africa as part of the Afrika Korps. The unit had the strength of a regiment 2,000 men, but versatile in arms, equipment and also had Arab translators. This example is in extremely good condition in bevo with a cotton backing.
Soup Packet A soup packet manufactured by Brocket & Co of Hamburg still retaining its contents.
South African Army Desert Camouflage Helmet This is a very nice example of a South African army helmet in desert camouflage. The South African made helmets have three small holes at the rear of the visor to allow a sun neck guard to be attached. The liner is dated 1942 and is maker marked.
South Vietnamese Airforce Squardon Badge This is a South Vietnamese Airforce badge belonging to the 520th Fighter Squardon, 74th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Divison, who where based at Bingh Thuy and flew Cessna A-37B Dragonfly.
South Vietnamese Armed Forces Training Honour Medal This is a South Vietnamese armed forces training honour medal.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card for a female army employee named "Nguyen Thi Lien", who was born on 20th June 1930 in Saigon. The card was issued on 11th June 1969. The Army of the South Vietnamese Republic ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card for a female army employee named "DOAN-THI-BAY", who was born on 10.03.1952. The card is dated 28.05.1971 and has the idividuals thumb prints. The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card named to a female army employee named "Truong-Thi-Loi, who was born on 20th October 1956 in Hue. The identity card was issued on 29th April 1971. The army of the South Vietnamese Republic, ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Discs A pair of extremely rare South Vietnamese army ( ARVN ) identity discs named to two separate soldiers. One disc has the name "VO-THUONG", service number "SQ-77/200.565. The second disc has the name "NGUYEN-VAN-SAO", service number 68/155.490". Arvn ID dic are extremely rar, because nearly all surviving members of the South Vietnamese Army destroyed all their documentation including their dog-tags to prevent prosecution and possibly death in the hands of the victorious North Vietnames Army. The dog-tags are on a piece of original U.S. issue cord.
South Vietnamese Civil Actions Medal ( Officers ) This is a South Vietnamese civil actions medal 1st class for officers.
South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross This is a nice example of the South Viethamese Gallantry Cross with laurel leaf.
South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross This is a South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with bronze star.
South Vietnamese M-1956 Waterbottle & Pouch This is an extremely rare South Vietnamese made M-1956 waterbottle with a U.S. made M-1956 pouch. The front of the waterbottle is stamped "CHI DE DUNG NUOC, TRANH NGON LUA VA VI LO NONG, Q.L.V.N.C." The base of the waterbottle is stamped "DAI DONG" and dated 1969.
South Vietnamese Medal This is a unknown South Vietnamese military medal.
South Vietnamese Military Staff Service Medal ( Officers ) This is a South Vietnamese Military Staff service medal 1st class for officers.
South Vietnamese Military Technical Service Medal A South Vietnamese military technical service medal.
South Vietnamese National Police Precinct Badge This is a bevo quality South Vietnamese national police sleeve badge belonging a Police Precinct "404"
South Vietnamese Navy Patrol Boat Badge This is a South Vietnamese Navy patrol boat badge belonging to Patrol Boat TT212, 54th River Squardon.
South Vietnamese Ranger's Military Police Helmet This is a very hard to fined Military Police helmet belonging to the South Vietnamese Rangers. The liner is missing it leather sweatband.
South Vietnamese Republic Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese Republic identity card named to "Le Phuong" who was born in 1939 in place called "Dinh Tuong". The identity card was issued on 29th August 1972.
South Vietnamese Republic Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese Republic identity card named to a "Tran-Tan-Duc, born on 27th April 1952 in Saigon. The identity card was issued on 20th May 1971.
South Vietnamese Wound Medal This is a South Vietnamese wound medal.
Soviet Degtyarev DP28 LMG This is a near mint example of DP28 light machine gun, which is dated 1942. UK sales only.
Spanish Falangist Model 1916 Mauser Rifle This is a very nice example of a Spanish Model 1916 short mauser rifle, which has the Falanist crest on it's receiver. The Falagnist movement where fascists which fought for Generial Francisco Franco during the Spanish civil-war. U.K. Sales Only
Spanish M1893 Bayonet This is a good example of a Spanish M1893 bayonet which still retains its quillon. The scabbard is in very good condition with the leather still soft and flexible.U.K.Sales Only
Spanish M1893 Bayonet This is a Spanish M1898 bayonet with a all metal scabbard. The bayonet and scabbard are both in excellant condition retaining nearly all of its bluing. U.K.Sales Only
Spanish M26 Helmet This is a Spanish M26 helmet which was designed in 1926 and entered production in 1930. The M26 was used by the Nationalist and Republican forces during the Spanish Civil War. This example is in excellant condition including the leather liner and chinstrap.
Spanish Starlet C.U. Pocket Pistol This is a Starlet C.U. Pocket pistol in mint condition. U.K.Sales Only.
Spanish War Wound Badge This is a black wound badge award to members of the German Condor Legion which fought during the Spanish civil war.
Spent 50 Calibre Cases 9 spent 50 calibre cases.
Splinter Pattern Camouflage Reversible Mittens A very nice example of Splinter pattern camouflage reversible mittens to white.
Splinter Pattern Camouflage Reversible Mittens A very nice example of splinter camouflage pattern revesrible mittens to white.
SS Artillery Officers Un-issued Shoulder Boards A pair of SS artillery officer\'s shoulder boards with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The patches are still sealed with their paper tag which has the manufacturer\'s details. \" FISCHER, Gebruder, Auerhammer, Weissenburg \" The shoulder boards are also held together with two blue cotton threads.
SS Artillery Shoulderboards A example of a pair of SS Artillery Shoulderboards belonging to an SS-Oberscharfuhrer ( Colour-sergeant ). One of the shoulderboards has got damage to the piping exposing the twine cord. The rank pips have also been removed. The lining is artifical black silk.
SS Dutch Volunteers Arm Shield This is a good example of the arm shield which was worn by Dutch volunteers of the SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division \"Nederland\".
SS Enamelled Badge This is an SS enamelled badge with the inscription "Mehr Sein als Scheinen" which translates "Be more than you appear to be". The badge is screw type and is stamped on the reverse "GES.GESCH",
SS Enamelled Badge A SS enamelled badge with the inscription "MEHR SEIN ALS SCHEINEN", which translates to "Be more than you appear to be". The back of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH".
SS General\'s Collar Tabs A pair of unissed SS general\'s collar tabs which still retain its RZM paper label and hold the rank of Obergruppenfuhrer ( General ).
SS LAH NCO\'s Shoulder Straps This is an extremely rare pre-war SS Leibstandarte Scharfuhrer\'s ( Sergeant ) shoulder straps. The shoulder straps date from around 1938 and are in very good condition.
SS Marked Beer Bottle This is a SS marked beer bottle. The cap is made of porcelain. The cap reads "Tr.UB.PI.HEIDELAGER. SS Eigentum". The rubber seal is in good soft condition.
SS Medical Officers Shoulder Straps A good example of an SS Medical officers shoulder straps, which have been removed from the tunic.
SS Officers Cap Eagle This is an unissued aluminium thread woven cap eagle on a black rayon cloth.
SS Officers Cap Eagle This is an aluminium thread cap eagle which would have been worn on SS officers M40 and M43 caps. The reverse of the eagle still retains it paper backing.
SS Officers Collar Patches A very nice example of a pair of SS officers collar patches which have the rank of Standartenfuhrer ( Colonel ).
SS Officers M36 Greatcoat This is a mint SS Panzer officer\'s greatcoat with the rank of Sturmbannfuhrer ( Major ). The coat is a standard M36 which was common practice of officers to draw other ranks greatcoat and to have them tailored. This example has had the dagger and sword clip added and a re-enforced slash pocket for the dagger or sword to be clipped through. The coat has all its size markings clearly visible and is dated 1939 ( M39 ).
SS Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of removeable SS medical officers shoulder boars with the rank of Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ).
SS Officers Shoulderboards ( Concentration Camp ) A good example of an SS concentration camp officers shoulderboards with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ).
SS Officers Sleeve Eagle This is an unissued aluminium thread woven sleeve eagle on rayon backing cloth.
SS Officer\'s Shoulder Straps This is a stitched in SS-Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ) piped red for artillery. The piping has faded in places.
SS Other Ranks Schirmmutze ( Peaked Cap ) A very good example of an SS other ranks peaked cap. The item does have one small moth hole and is in a worn condition. The celluloid trianlge has been removed and there are no manufacturers markings under the leather sweatband.The leather chinstrap has dried and handened with the metal fittings covered in rust. The size of the cap is approximately 58. The branch piping is white for Infantry.
SS Sleeve Eagle This is an unissued other ranks SS tan on black rayon backing cloth.
SS Sleeve Eagle This is the 2nd pattern sleeve eagle. There are few moth nips on the black felt.
SS Sleeve Insignia This is a printed trianglur SS sleeve insignia worn by older members of the Hitler Youth who have been selected to join the SS.
SS Sports Vest Insignia This is a printed example of a SS sports vest insignia.
SS Totenkopf Collar Patch A single collar patch belonging to Waffen-SS regiment Totenkopf. The front of the collar patch has suffered with two minor moth nips. The reverse of the collar patch has a collar RZM label.
SS Totenkopf Collar Patches A pair of early SS Totenkopf ( Death\'s Head ) collar patches which are un-issued. Unfortunately the rank patch has suffered with moth damage.
SS Tropical 4 Pocket Tunic This is an extremely nice example of a SS tropical 4 pocket tunic with the rank of SS-Sturmann ( Lance-Corporal ). The tunic has the usual size markings and is dated M43 ( Munich 1943 ). The sleeve bevo eagle is machine stitched, however the rank chevron is hand stitched. The right breast pocket contains two spare tan painted buttons with s-springs for removeable shoulder boards.
SS-Deutschland Regiment Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of matching SS Shoulder boards belonging to an Untersturmfuhrer of the Deutschland Regiment and is piped in the service colour of Engineers/Pioneers.
SS-Generals Collar Patches A pair of SS-Generals collar patches with the rank of SS-Oberfuhrer ( Brigadier-General ).
SS-Marked Porcelain Plate This is a good example probably taken from one of the SS barracks. The plate has a markers mark.
SS-VT Pork Pie Cap This is an extremely rare SS-Verfugungstruppe pork pie cap. The cap is in very good condition, without any moth damage but with signs of ware. The M29 eagle and early pattern deaths head are both missing a retaining pin. However the single pins do still keep the insignia in place. The SS-VT, was officially brought into existence on 24 September 1934 and was the forerunner of the Waffen SS.
Staffordshire Yeomanry This is the cap badge worn by the Staffordshire Yeomanry, which was also known as the Queen's Own Royal Regiment.
Stahlhelm Metal Sleeve Badge This a metal district arm badge worn by members of the Stahlhelm.This example has the inscription \" 2.REICHSFAHRT, Der Stahlhelm.am.Rhein\"
Star & Stripes Flag This is a star and stripes flag which would have been given to the local liberated inhabitants to wave at U.S. forces.
State Issue Lighter This is a state issue lighter which would have been issued to various state run organisations. The ligher has an "rzm" stamped on it's base.
State Labourer's Label Badgle This is a enamelled state labourer's label badge. The badge reads "ARBEITS DANKS" ( Workers Thank You ). The reverse of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH" and has the makers logo.
State Party Medal This is a 1936 dated state party medal which has the inscription \"REICHSPARTEI, TAG\". The reverse of the medal is maker marked \"Walter Demmer, Ludenscheld\".
State Service Armband This is a late-war printed example of the armband worn by persons in state service.
Steel Messtins A set of steel 1942 dated messtins, which have the makers code \"MB\".
Sten Gun Driver's Pouches A pair of Sten gun drivers pouches, which have three magazine cells each. The pouches where issued to drivers, despatch riders.
Sten Gun Manual This is a new reprint of the Sten gun manual, which was first published in September 1942 and covers the MKII and MKIII Sten guns.
Sterilizing Water Tablets A tin contain two bottles of tablets, one of which is to sterilize water and the other bottle of tablets "Thio", was used to remove the taste of the sterlizing tablets. The tablets where also issued to the RAF crews as part of the their survival equipment.
Stick Grenade Booby-Trap Attachment This is an extremely rare item a booby-trap attachment for M24 and M43 stick grenades. The attachment would have been screwed to a tree, fence or a wooden door. I have included photos of how the attachment is fitted to the M24 stick grenade.
Stick Grenade Booby-Trap Attachment This is an extremely rare item, a booby-trap attachment for the M24 and M43 stick grenade. The attachment would have been screwed against a tree, fence or wooden door. I have included photos of how the attachment is fitted to the M24 stick grenade.
Stick Grenade Booby-Trap Attachment An extremely rare item, a booby-trap attachment for the M24 and M43 stick grenade. The attachment would have been screwed to a tree, fence or wooden door. I have included photos of how the attachment is fitted to the M24 stick grenade.
Stick Grenade Booby-Trap Attachment An extremely rare item, a booby-trap attachment for the M24 and M43 stick grenade. The attachment would have been screwed to a tree, fence or wooden door. I have included photos of how the attachment is fitted to the M24 stick grenade.
Straight Entrenching Tool & Cover This is a maker marked straight entrenching tool which appear to be dated 1938. The markings are quite difficult to read. The cover is a good leather reproduction.
Street Wardens Armband This is an armband worn by street wardens ( Strassen-Erlaubnis ), who's duties where to insure that the lights where switched off during air-raids. The back of the armband has a faint line of a eagle and swastika.
Submarine War Badge This was a gold guilt submarine war badge, which has lost most of its gold guilt. The badge was award to all ranks who displayed courage in the face of the enemy on two or more ocasions. This example is maker marked \" FRANK & REIF, STUTTGART\".
Suffolk Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Suffolk Regiment.
Sun Cream This is an military issue tin of sun cream which is DSA numbered and dated Dec 1967.
Suncream A tin of suncread to prevent sunburn. The tin is dated 1967.
Supply Officers Shoulder Straps A very nice pair of a supply officers removeable shoulder straps which have the cypher of Mecury's staff and hold the rank of Leutnant.
Swastika Flag This is a 10ft long Swastika flag which would have been draped from a building or lamp post. The flag is in good condition with some minor stains on the white circle part of the flag. There are not markers stampings on the flag.
Swedish AG42 Self-Loading Rifle The Swedish AG42 SLR, was designed by Erik Eklund and was introduced into the Swedish army less than one year after form the drawing broad. This example is in excellant condition and is a current deactivation. However it still retains a moveable trigger and the hammer will still move. The weapon is dated 1943. U.K.Sales only.
Swedish AG42 SLR ( Early Spec ) The AG42 was designed by Erik Eklaund and was introduced into the Swedish army less than one year after having left the drawing board. This example is dated 1943 and was produced at the Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfactori. UK sales only
Swedish M1896 Rifle This is a very nice example of a the Swedish M1896 rifle which was manufactured by "Carl Gustafs Stads Gevarsfaktori" and dated 1916. The rifle has had it's brass data performance disc removed and replaced with a data performance tag. U.K.Sales Only
Swiss Zeltbahn This is a Swiss Zeltbahn ( tent quarter ), which has a very similar camouflage to the German splinter pattern. This example is dated 1940 and maker marked and has also been stamped with the number "119".
Syringe This is a 1930's produced syringe with it's container and needle holder. Unfortunately there are no needles contained the the holder.
Tablet Container This is a bakerlite tube which would have contained medicine in the from of tablets.
Tablet Container This is a alloy tablet container, which still contains some of it's contents.
Tablet Glass Tube This is a un-used glass tube which contains ten solvent tablets.
Tactical Aid Note Book This is a wartime publication which is a tactical aid note book for Infantry commanders. The book was written by Major J.M.Haycraft.
Tan & Water Reversible Jacket This is an army Tan & water camouflage reversible jacket to white. The jacket has had a number of field repairs which look to be wartime. The colours are still relatively fresh in appearance.
Tap 50 Fighting Knife Cover This is an un-issued Tap 50 fighting knife cover.
Tap 53 Waterbottle Pouch This is a un-issued Tap 53 waterbottle pouch which is marked \"DELNIC,TOULOUSE, ARMEE \" and dated 1955.
Technische Nothilfe Trade Badge The is a Technische Nothilfe ( Technical Emergency Corps ), a bevo trade badge.
Teno Armband This an armband worn by personal working for the Technische Nothilfe ( Teno-Technical Emergency Corps ).
Teno Denim Tunic This is a good example of a Teno tunic ( Technishce Nothife ) which was the Technical Emergency Service. The tunic is in the same cut and colour as the Army fatique tunics. This example has the Teno breast eagle, buttons and armband. The tunic also stamped \"TENO 1941\" and is a large size approximately chest 44-46.
The King's Own Cap Badge This is the cap badge worn by the Infantry regiment The King's Own.
The Malaya Service Medal ( Named ) This is a very nice example of a Malaya service medal named to "21136655. R.F.N.BIRKHABAHUR.SUNWAR.7.G.R."
The Northern Ireland Campaign Service Medal ( Named ) A very nice example of the of the Northern Ireland campaign service medal named to "24783449. GNR.M.P.RUSH R.A. ( Guner Royal Artillery ). The backing of the medal has the name and telephone number of the business which court mounted the medal.
The Wiltshire Regiment This is a cap badge worn by the Wiltshire Regiment.
Theatre Tickets A pair of theatre tickets which i recently found an an officers tunic pocket.
Thermos A British army Thermos, which has been repainted and are in good working condition.
Thermos A British army thermos, which has been repainted and is still in good working condition.
Third Reich Collectors Photo Print This is a photo print which was produced in Nazi Germany for members of the public to collect and place into a photo print album.
Third Reich Collectors Photo Print This is a photo print produced in Nazi Germany for members of the public to collect and place into a photo print album.
Third Reich Fennigs A large number of Third Reich dated change ( fennigs ). The fennigs contain a number of different values and dates.
Thompson Submachine Gun Magazine Pouch This is a mint un-issued five cell 20 round magazine pouch for the Thompson submachine gun.
Thompson Submachine Magazine Gun Pouch This is a mint un-issued five cell 20 round magazine pouch for the Thompson submachine gun.
Tinnie This is a rally tinne for Koblenz. The inscription reads " MIT DER N.S. GEM.KRAFT D.FREUDE AN DIE NAHE KOBLENZ-TRIER". The on reverse of the badge has the makers name. "Ziemer & Sohne".
Tongue Depresser A wooden tongue depresser.
Torch A army issue torch, which is missing the bulb. However these are quite easily obtainable.
Torch A army issue torch which is in good condition. I re-enactor previous owned the torch and had stamped a German marking. The torch contains it's bulb.
Touriquet A maker marked touriquiet, which would have been part of the contents in an armoured vehicle's first aid box or medic's pouches.
Touriquet This is a un-issued touriguet, which would have been part of the contents of a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) or a field surgeon's pack
Touriquet This is a un-issued touriquet, which was part of the contents for a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) or a field surgeon's pack.
Tourniquet A tourniquet.
Traffic Control Armband This is a traffic control armband which was worn by any personal of any branch of service or para-military formations including the NSKK. Who was appointed to control and direct civilian and military traffic.
Trench Art Pen/Pencil Holder A British 30mm Round which has been turned into a pen/pencil holder.
Trench Art Pen/Pencil Holder This is a British 30mm Round which has been turned into a pen/pencil holder
Tropical Boots An extremely nice pair of un-issued tropical boots which are dated May 1968. The boots are a size 9.
Tropical Collar Taps A unissued pair of tropical collar tabs.
Tropical Issue Anti-Gas Cape Bag This is a tropical issue anti-gas cap bag. The bag is in good condition with slight staining. The press studs are in working order.
Tropical Issue Gaiters A nice pair of un-issued tripical gaiters with the leather trim.
Tropical Issue Watebottle This is a tropical issue waterbottle with webbing carrying straps. The drinking cup strap has been shortened and does not allow for a cup to be attached. Beside the shortened strap the waterbottle is in good condition, it is maker marked "H.R.E" ( C.W.Motz & Co, Metallwarenfabrik ). The waterbottle is also Marked D.R.G.M and dated 1943.
Tropical Shorts A good example of tropical issue shorts which are dated 1942. The shorts are size marked and have the letter "E" for Erfurt which was the town which they where produced. The shorts are also marked the the manufacturer's name "Schneider".
Tropical Sleeping Bag A extremely rare item indeed. A tropical issue sleeping bag as used by the D.A.K. ( Deutsches Afrika Korps ). The bag is in extremely good condition. On one side of the zip the word \" ZIPP\" with a lightening bolt is stamped. On the other side \"DRP\" (Deutsches Reich Patent) is stamped.
Tunic Buttons 12 tunic buttons.
Turkish Flintlock Pistol This is a large bore Turkish flintlock pistol with brass engraving. The pistol is in very good condition with a nice working action. No licence is required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase as a antique display piece. U.K. Sales Only
Turkish M1903 Rifle This is M1903 rifle based on the German G98 Rifle. This example is dated 1943 and is also stamped Ankara, K.KALE. UK sales only.
Turkistan Foreign Volunteer Shield This is a good example of the second pattern angular Turkistan bevo shield with red and blue horizontal stripes bordered in black with a black field on top. The centre of the shield has a white bow and arrow with a blue inscription \"Turkistan\" on the top. The shield has been cut directly off the tunic sleeve and still retains part of the field-grey material. The Turkistan Legion was formed in the spring of 1942 as part of the German 162nd Infantry Division, which was also known as the Turkoman Division. It saw extensive action in Yugoslavia and Italy.
Twin Medal Grouping This is a twin medal grouping belonging to PTE H.Huckle. Whom has been awarded the 1939 to 1945 Defence medal and the Order of St.John in 1954 for service with St.John\'s Ambulance.
U-Boat Leather Jacket & Trousers This is a large size leather jacket and trousers as worn by U-boat crews. The jacket has naval buttons and has the Kriegmarine stamp of an eagle holding a swastika above the letter \"M\" ( Marine ). The trousers have the makers stamp \" Max Muller\" and dated 15.7.1942. The jacket and trosuers are in good condition.
U.S Infantry Sergeant Class A Dress Tunic A mint condition Infanrty sergeant class A dress tunic. All the patches are original to the tunic with the original owners name written inside \" Sgt.J.Bluhsenkrentz\". The manufacturers label is still present and clearing reads \" DAWN CLOTHING CO.INC. and is dated March 3 1942.\" The left patch is ETO and communications and the left patch SHAEF\".
U.S M1910 Haversack This is a used M1910 haversack which appears to have been re-issued in 1942. The eyetab on the top front of the haversack is for the entrenching tool.
U.S M1936 Pistol Belt This is a used example of a M1936 pistol belt , with brass fittings.
U.S M43 Field Jacket Hood This is a un-issued M43 field jacket hood, which still retains it's instruction and data labels. This examle is size stamped "Small" was produced by "H.P.SHAPIRO" and dated 6th March 1943.
U.S Marine Corps ERDL Jacket This U.S. Marine Corps ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage jacket. The ERDL uniform which was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. This example has had a small number of field repairs. Unfortunately the size and makers label has been removed. The jacket is approximately a size 42" chest.
U.S Rank Chevrons A pair of un-issued Vietnam era Technical Sergeant Chevrons.
U.S. Artillery Corporal Technician Class A Dress Tunic. A mint example of a Coporal Technician of Artillery belonging Seventh Army ( left patch ) 79th Infantry Division ( Right Patch ). The tunics size is stamped 39S. There is no date and manufacturer\'s label inside the tunic.
U.S. British Made Brodie helmet ( Unit Marked ) This is a very nice example of a British made Brodie helmet which has been supplied to the U.S. army. The helmet, retains its unit insignia of the 2nd Infantry Division. The helmet is size stamped "7" on the leather strap which is fastened to the crown. The shell is stamped "HO269". British made helmet's can be identified by the split pin, chinstrap attachment. U.S. M1917's are revitted.
U.S. M1917 Bayonet This is a M1917 bayonet, which is was copied from the British 1913 pattern bayonet. It retained the characteristics of the British 1913 pattern bayonet including the deep grooves cut into the grips. but a clearing hole was added to the pommel. The basic scabbard type was retained but the topmount was modified with the addition of a M1910 belt hook. The scabbards are also painted green. This example bayonet was manufactured by "Remington", has the U.S. stamp and ordnance flaming bomb with the "eagle" inspector's stamp. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M1917 WW1 Helmet. This is a very good example of a U.S. issue WW1 Brodie helmet. The helmet is in good condition with a ruff textured finish with the initials \" V.A.\", scratched on the front. The liner and chinstrap are in excellant condition.
U.S. & German Union of Fascists Cased Badge This is an very rare enamelled badge to commemorate the friendship of U.S. and German fascists. The badge is part of a series of badges produced in the 1930's. This example was produced by "Deschler & Sohn". The case is in good condition with a white silk and black felt inlay.
U.S. .22 Revolver This is .22 six shot double action revolver, manufactured by Harrington & Richardson Arms Company. It is in excellant condition retaining nearly all of it's original finish and dates from the late 1870's. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. .30 Ammunition. This is a ten round clip of inert .30 ammunition which would have been used for the M1 Carbine. U.K.Sales only.
U.S. .32 Revolver This is an excellant example of a early 1890's .32 five shot revolver which was produced by "IVER JOHNSON ARMS". The barrel is marked with the following patent dates April 6 1886, February 15 1887, May 10 1887 and December 6 1893. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. .32 Revolver This is a Smith & Wesson .32 five shot revolver made for the British Company "Westley and Richards & Co, London". This example has a grip safety dates from the 1880's. This is a old spec deactivation with clear cylinders. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. .32 Revolver This is a .32 five shot revolver which dates to the early 1900's. The revolver was manfuactured by "The Thames Arms Company". The barrel is marked with the following patent dates Sept 2 & 30 1902. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. .32 Revolver This is a .32 five shot revolver dating from late 1880's. This example is in excellant condition and was manufactured by "IVER JOHNSON ARMS". U.K.Sales Only
U.S. .38 Revolver This is a .38 five shot revolver dating from 1887 and was manufactured by "HARRINGTON & RICHARDSON ARMS COMPANY". The revolver retains about 80% of it's original finish. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. .38 Revolver This is a Smith & Wesson .38 five shot revolver dating from the late 1880's. The revolver is in good condition has a grip safetly and is an old spec deactivation with clear cylinders. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. 1936 Pattern Haversack This is a green later war version of the 1936 pattern haversack ( musette bag ). This example has been used by the Greek army and has a Greek soldiers name written inside. The U.S. is still visible on the front flap.
U.S. 1950's Issue Mustard Trousers These are actually 1950's issue mustard trousers which would be ideal for re-enactment. The trousers are in good condition. The trousers are size marked waist 32", leg 31", Regular.
U.S. 1st Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a very nice example of the 1st pattern tropical jacket which has the epaulettes, exposed buttons and internal gasflap. The jacket has been tailored to short sleeves, size small 37" chest. The jacket is dated 1963.
U.S. 1st Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a excellant example of a 1st pattern tropical jaceket, which belonged to a Lieutenant-Colonel Kinsey. The jacket has the divisional sleeve patch fo the "United States Army Republic Vietnam" and "Special Forces". The size of the jacket is medium ( 37"- 41" ). The DSA and instruction labels are still attached but washed out.
U.S. 1st Pattern Tropical Trousers A rare 1st pattern tropical trousers, which has the internal gas-flap and buttoned fly. The trousers are in excellant condition and size marked "Medium" ( 31"-35" ).
U.S. 20 Round M16 Magazine This is a Vietnam era manufactured M16, 20 round magazine. The base of the magazine is marked " COLT AR-15.cal 223. COLT'S PT.F.A.MFG.CO.INC.HARTFORD.CONN.U.S.A".
U.S. 2nd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is at 2nd pattern tropical jacket, which is all cotton,wind-resistant poplin and eqaulettes. This example is dated 1967 and is in good condition retaining it's size and contract labels and a blank name tag.
U.S. 30 Cal. Machine Gun Gunners Kit This is a 30 calibre machine gun gunners kit, consisting of pouch, take-down tool, flash elminator removal spanner, ruptured round extractor, small pouch with bolt springs.
U.S. 30.06. Eight Round Clip This is a U.S. 30.06. eight round clip of drill rounds. U.K.Sales only.
U.S. 30.06. Eight Round Clip This is a U.S. 30.06. eight round clip of drill rounds. UK.Sales only.
U.S. 30.cal Cleaning Rod & Pouch This is a three piece cleaning rod for the U.S. 30.cal machine gun.
U.S. 30cal M2 Tripod This is an excellant example of 1942 dated 30cal M2 tripod which still retains it's original olive drab paint. This example was manufactured by "LOVELL MFG.CO".
U.S. 30cal T & E Gear This is a 30cal T & E gear for the M2 tripod.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This 3rd pattern triopical jacket is dated 1969 and is size marked medium ( 37"- 41" chest ). The jacket still has the parachutists qualifaction badge and is in excellant condition.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a large size 3rd pattern tropical jacket, 41"- 45" chest. The jacket has the insignia of 1st Cavalry Airmobile and 9th Infantry divisions. It also has the parachutist's qualification, combat infantry and Ranger's badges. The rank chevrons are of a private first class.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical jacket with tailored collar. The jacket retains it's contract label which dates the jacket to 1970. The outline of the insignia which was originally attached to the uniform is still clearly visible including the name-tag.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 1970 dated 3rd pattern tropical jacket made of wind resistant rip-stop poplin fabric without epaulettes. The jacket retains it's contract and size labels. It also has it's divisional patch belonging to 1st Air Cavalry Long Range Reconnaissance Patrol.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical jacket, which is dated 1970 and is a small size 35" - 39" chest. The jacket has had most of it's insignia removed apart from the "U.S.ARMY" badge. However you can see the outline of the unit patches.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical jacket which still retains the original owners name badge and the unit patch of the 196th Light Infantry Bridge. The jacket is a large size 40" - 44" chest. However the DSA and instruction labels have been removed.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Trousers This is a rathered used example of 3rd pattern tropical trousers, which have some minor repairs and some white staining. The trousers are size marked "Medium" ( waist 31"-35" ) and dated 1969.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Trousers A very nice example of a 3rd pattern tropical trousers, which in excallant condition. The trousers are extra-large "waist 39" to 43" and dated 1969.
U.S. 50.cal Inert Round This is a inert 50.cal round used for the M2HB heavy machinge gun. This example is dated 1942. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. 50cal Ammunition Box Cradle This ammunition box cradle is for the 50cal Heavy machine gun, which would be attached to various vehicle mounts.
U.S. 50cal Ammunition Tin This is a U.S. 50cal ammunition tin.
U.S. 50cal Tripod This is a WW2 manufactured U.S. 50cal tripod in it's original green paint. The tripod is missing it's manufacturer's plate, the front leg tighting nut has been replaced with a normal style nut. The front pintle release catch has also been removed to allow quick dismantling. Due to the weight, this item is for collection "ONLY". However this can be arranged at one of the militaria fairs which we regularly attend.
U.S. 8th Airforce Officers Chocolate Dress Tunic This is a nice exmple of an standard issue Chocolate dress tunic belonging to a Lieutenant of the famous 8th Airforce. Inside the left breast the label has the American Eagle and reads \" REGULATION, ARMY OFFICERS UNIFORM\". It has has the manufacturers label \" HART SCHAFFNER & MARX\" and dated 7th May 1942.
U.S. Air Force Breast Badge A U.S. air force breast badge.
U.S. Aircrew Flak Helmet This is a specially designed helmet which was issued to U.S. bomber crews to offer protection against flak. This example is in un-issued condition.
U.S. Airforce A-11-A Intermediate Flying Trousers A mint example of intermediate flying trousers which are fleece and alpaca lined. The front of the trousers have the Army Airforce emblem and retain its specification label which date the trousers 1945.
U.S. Airforce Badge A small badge worn by members of the U.S. airforce.
U.S. Airforce Operational Navigation Chart This is a U.S. Airforce operational navigation chart of Hainan Island and the surrounding cost-line of North Vietnam. The Chart is dated January 1963.
U.S. ALICE Corpmans Medical Pouch This is a quite rare U.S. ALICE ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ) Corpman's medical pouch. The pouch would have carried various medical equipment from field dressings, instruments and medicines. This example is dated 1978 and was produced by The Eastern Canvas Company.
U.S. ALICE Field Dressing/Compass Pouch U.S. ALICE field dressing /compass pouch ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ). The pouch is dated 1984 and was produced by "Industries For The Blind"
U.S. ALICE Field Dressing/Compass Pouch This is a ALICE field dressing/compass pouch ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ). This example is dated 1985 and was produced by "Industries For The Blind"
U.S. ALICE M16 Magazine Pouches A pair of ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ) M16 pouches. The ALICE webbing was adopted by the U.S. Army on 17th January 1973, which replaced the M-1956 and M-1967 webbing. The pouches can each hold two 30 round M16 Magazines. The two side loops on each pouch are for grenades.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ) webbing belt. Which was adopted by the U.S. army on 17 January 1973 and replaced the M-1956 and M-1967 webbing equipment. This example is actually dated 1977 and is a size medium. The buckle has been replaced with the M-1956 type.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE webbing belt with a quick release buckle. The ALICE webbing ( All-Purpose Individual Carrying Equipment ) was adopted by the U.S. military on 17th January 1973, and started to actually replace M1956 and M1967 webbing in the last year of the Vietnam War.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ), webbing belt which was adopted by the U.S. army in 1973 replacing the M-1956 and the M-1967. This example is dated 1985 and is a size large.
U.S. Ammunition Box This is a U.S. ammunition box, which is designed to hold a number of different types of ammunition.
U.S. Armoured Fighting Vehichle M1919A4 Machine Gun This is a rare verison of the M1919A4 30cal machine gun which would have been used on armoured fighting vehichles such as tanks, tank destroyers and various other AFV's. The AFV 30cal differs from the Infantry examples by not having a pistol grip which prevented AFV crews from catching pieces of personal clothing or equipment on the pistol grip. It still retains it's rear and front sights. This example is in excellant condition and was manufactured by "Saginaw Steering Gear Division, General Motors". U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Army Airforce A-9 Flyiing Helmet This is a tropical issue A-9 flying helmet for the U.S. Army Airforce. The leather ear parts have dried and have started to come apart, however the the rest of the flying helmet is in good condition and would make a good restoration project. The helmet retains it's size label "Medium" and it's contract label.
U.S. Army Airforce ETO Field Jacket 1st Pattern This is the 1st pattern ETO ( European Theatre of Operations ) field jacket which was made in Great Britain from May 1943 to July 1943, where it was replaced with the 2nd pattern ETO field jacket. The 2nd pattern ETO jacket inspired the design of the M-1944 field jacket, better known as the "IKE Jacket" The jacket has two slanted pockets, gas flap, the material, wiast tab and buckle copied from the British battledress blouse. The ETO field jacket was designed to be worn in winter instead of the M41 field jacket. It was developled by the ETO Commanding General BG Robert Littlejohn. The first batches were issued to the 29th Infantry division in England for field trials. This example is in excellant condition apart from missing a single button. This can be easily replaced. It has no moth damage. The jacket retains all of it's original unit insignia 8th Airforce and has the rank of Master Sergeant. It also retains it's maker's label, however this is washout.
U.S. Army Airforce ETO Field Jacket 1st Pattern This is a 1st pattern European Theatre of Operations ( ETO ) field jacket which was manufactured in Great Britain from May 1943 to July 1943, when the 2nd pattern started to replace it. The 2nd pattern also inspired the design of the M-1944 wool field jacket better known as the "IKE Jacket". The ETO field jacket was designed to be worn as a winter jacket instead of the M41 field jacket. The ETO field jacket was developed by the ETO Commanding General BG Robert Littlejohn. The jacket has two slanted pockets, gas flap. The material waist tab and buckle copied from the British Battledress blouse. The first batches of the ETO field jacket were issued to the 29th Infantry Division for field trials. This example is in excellant condition, without any moth damage and retains it's unit sleeve patch "8th Airforce" and was manufactured by "L.Harris L.T.D"
U.S. Army Beach Masters M1 Helmet This is in fact a 1950's M1 helmet shell which has been repainted to represent a U.S Army beach Masters helmet, as worn during the Normandy landings. The Webbing chinstrap is a good quality reproduction. The liner is a U.S. manufactured liner supplied to the Belgium military and has Belgium military markings "A.B.L." and dated 1953.
U.S. Army Breast Badge A U.S. Army breast badge/
U.S. Army Breast Badge A U.S. Army breast badge.
U.S. Army Breast Badge A U.S. Army breast badge.
U.S. Army Breast Badge A U.S. Army breast badge.
U.S. Army Breast Badge A U.S. Army breast badge.
U.S. Army Cap Badge This is the metal device worn by other ranks on their service caps.
U.S. Army Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 42nd Infantry Division, which saw service in France, Germany and Austria.
U.S. Army ERDL Jacket This ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development Laboratary ) camouflage jacket is a 1968 dated example. The ERDL camouflage uniform was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969, it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. The jacket was produced by R.L.DAVIS MFG.CO.INC. This is a small issue jacket which is size marked 30" to 33" chest. The jacket has had a number of field repairs on the pockets and cuffs.
U.S. Army Inflatable Bladder. This is on of the various types of inflatable devices issued to U.S troops for crossing rivers and amphibious landings. This example is dated June 29th 1944.
U.S. Army Insect Headnet This is a un-issued insect headnet, which is dated 1967.
U.S. Army Insect Repellent U.S. Army insect repellant,which still contains the liquid.
U.S. Army Issue Matches A pack of U.S. army Vietnam era issue matches.
U.S. Army M1 Helmet This is infact a 1950's example which is rear seamed and swivel bales. The helmet still retains part of its unit decal. The unit decal is Quartermasters Supply, Pearl Harbor. The helmet shell is in excellant condition retaining all of its ruff green finish The liner is has Belgium markings A.B.L. and dated 1953. However this particular liner U.S. manufactured and supplied to the Belgium military. I have included the liner with the helmet as it was acquired without a liner.
U.S. Army Medical Services Blanket This is a rare U.S. Army medical services un-issued blanket which is dated 1968.
U.S. Army Movement Sensor This is part of the U.S. Army movement sensor in the form of a rubber plant. It The base is dated 1969.
U.S. Army Of Occupation Medal This is the U.S. Army of Occupation medal for Japan.
U.S. Army Officers M1 Helmet This is a front seamed, swivel bales M1 helmet which has officers markings in the form of a vertical white bar on the rear of the shell and the single Lieutenants rank bar on the front. The helmet has a ruff textured finish, with the original owners personal number "33144" painted on the inside of the shell. The chinstrap is a reproduction and is of the airborne type. The liner is WW2 vintage with the symetric letters CAPAC in a cross, which indentifies the manufacture as the Capac manufacturing company. However the liner has been restraped with green webbing which is dated 1977.
U.S. Army Riot Gasmask This is a un-issued U.S.Army riot gasmask, which is still in it's storage bag and grease proof paper. It also contains it's pouch, paper and padding instructions. The actual gasmask is dated 1969 and the storage bag October 1971.
U.S. Army Socks A pair of issued Vietnam era socks.
U.S. Army Socks A pair of U.S. Army issued Vietnam era socks.
U.S. Army T-Shirt This is a 1968 dated U.S. Army T-shirt, which is size marked "Large".
U.S. Army White Plastic Waterbottle Set This is a rare U.S. army white plastic waterbottle set, consisting of a 1966 waterbottle produced by "ABCON", The M1942 drinking cup is dated 1944. The set comes with the standard M1956 waterbottle pouch.
U.S. Artic Overshoes This is a pre-war pattern which is all rubber. They are closed by four spring-loaded hooks and four buckles. Owing to the rubber crisis in the late 1930\'s they were not made after 1940. This example is in mint un-issued condition and are size stamped 8.
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazine ( BAR ) This is a 20 round magazine for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle ( BAR ).
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazine ( BAR ) This is a 20 round magazine for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle ( BAR ).
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazine ( BAR ) This is a 20 round magazine for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle ( BAR ).
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazine ( BAR ) This is a 20 round magazine for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle ( BAR ).
U.S. Camel Cigarettes A unopened pack of Vietnam era Camel cigarettes. The Camel cigarettes was produced by R.J.Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winstion-Salem.North Coralina.
U.S. Campaign Hat This is an officers example of the campaign hat, as indicated by the gold and leather hat bands around the crown. The cap cord is buff in colour indicating Quartermaster Corps. The chinstrap and leather headband are missing. However the paper size label 6.7/8, the makers and stock paper labels are still attached. The makers label reads \" The United States Hatters of North America\".
U.S. Can Opener This is small can opener, which would have been part of the ration pack. The can opener is marker maked "Shelby.Co" and stamped U.S..
U.S. Canvas Collapsible Bucket This is a un-issued canvas collapsible bucket which is dated 29/08/1961.
U.S. Claymore Bag This is a claymore bag for the anti-personnal mine.
U.S. Cold Weather Liner Trousers These cold weather trousers was part of the cold weather uniform worn under the M65 combat uniform. The trousers are quilted, size marked "Medium" ( waist 31"-35" ) and dated 1972.
U.S. Colt .32 Double Action Pocket Revolver This is a Colt .32 double action pocket revolver dating from the 1890's the barrel is marked with patent dates "1884,1888, Hartford U.S.A." The frame has Colt's log of a horse and grips are also mark "Colt". The nickel finish has rubbered off in places. however it still has a good working action. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. Colt Police Service .38 Revolver This is a excellant example of the Colt Police service revolver, which is the police verison of the Colt Service M1909 revolver. The M1909 was the last service revolver to be adopted by the United States armed forces, which was supplied to the Army, Navy and Marine Corps, until it was replaced officially by the M1911 semi-auto pistol. The Colt M1909 service revolver was still used by the U.S. forces during WW2. This police example has the following patent dates 1884,1905 and 1926. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Combat Engineers Class A Dress Tunic An Class A dress tunic belonging to a Sergeant from 24th Infantry Division. The left hand patch was the wears current unit, the right patch his previous ( 8th Infantry Division ). The tunic is in mint condition and has the manufacturers label \" GOODALL COMPANY \" and dated 4th June 1943. The tunic is stamped 39l
U.S. Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 84th Infantry Division, which saw service in Belgium, Holland, The battle of the Bulge and Germany.
U.S. Eagle Uniform Insignia A pair of Vietnam era uniform eagles.
U.S. Ear Defenders A pair of U.S. ear defenders, still in their clear plastic container.
U.S. Enlisted Greatcoat This is a French army enlisted man's greatcoat, which is dated 1953. The coat is identical to the WW2 U.S. army issue except for the buttons. Ideal for re-enactment.
U.S. Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a WW2 style entrenching tool with a M1956 carrier which was similar to the M1943 pattern but the rear side had two slide keepers. The front side has an eyelet tab and a short strap for the M5, M5A1, M6 and M7 bayonets.
U.S. ERDL Camouflage Jacket This is a good example of a ERDL camouflage jacket, which was restricted issue to parthfinder and reconaissnce combat units during 1968. However by 1969 the camouflage ERDL ( Engineer Research, Development Laboratory ) uniform was issued to selected line infantry companies. This example has the insignia of the 173rd Airborne brigade, paratroopers qualification and combat infantry badges and is a small size, 33"- 37" chest. The jacket is dated 1970.
U.S. ERDL Camouflage Shorts These are ERDL camouflage trousers, which have been cut down into shorts. This example is dated 1968 and are size marked "Small" ( Waist 27"-31").
U.S. ERDL Camouflage Trousers A good example of ERDL ( Engineer, Research Development Laboratary ) camouflage trousers, which was restricted issue in 1968 to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units. However in 1968 it was issued to selected front line infantry companies. The trousers are size marked "Medium" ( waist 31" to 35" ). The trousers are dated 1969.
U.S. ERDL Tropical Jacket The ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development Laboratary ) camoflage uniform was resricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companie. This example has had it's pockets removed and is dated 1969 and is a small size 33" to 37" chest.
U.S. Flight Helmet Crown Pad This is a spare un-issued inner thick crown pad of U.S. flight helmets. This example was produced by Sirra Engineering Co.
U.S. Garrison Cap This is a tan cotton overseas cap which was worn with the cotton shirt and trousers. This example is a size 7.1/8.
U.S. Garrison OR\'s cap This is a other ranks garrison cap in good condition. The branch of service piping yellow and purple is for Chemical Warfare service.
U.S. Grenade Vest This is a un-issued example of grenade vest, which was designed to hold 40mm high explosive ammunition for the M79 and M203 genade launchers. The four top pockets are for the 40mm pyrotechnic cartridges. The vest is dated 1974 and was produced by "Lite Industries".
U.S. HBT Cap A good example of HBT work cap which was adopted in 1941. This example is dated 1943 and has the orignal owners name written on the back if the contract label. The cap is size marked medium.
U.S. Huey Helicopter Piece This is part of the air-intake of a Huey Helicopter.
U.S. Inert 50. Cal Tracer Round This is an inert 50.cal tracker round. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. Inert 50.Calibre Round This is a WW2 inert 50.calibre round for the M2HB heavy machine gun. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Inert Signal Rifle Grenade This is a inert signal rifle grenade. This example would have had green smoke and is dated 1992. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Iraqi Most Wanted Playing Cards A pack of sealed Liberty Iraqi Most Wanted Playing Cards, which was issued during the 2nd Gulf-War.
U.S. Jungle Lightweight Hammack This is a un-issued jungle lightweight hammack which is constructued from water-repelent-treated nylon. It is 3ft by 8ft and supported by a 15 foot quarter-inch-thick polyester drawcords which are included. This example is dated 1969.
U.S. Knife, Fork, Spoon Set This is a U.S. issue knife, fork, spoon set. The knife and fork are maker marked "U.C.CO". The spoon is maker marked "WALLCO". All three utensils are stamped "U.S."
U.S. Knife, Fork, Spoon Set This is a U.S. issue knife, fork, spoon set, all of which are U.S. and maker marked.
U.S. Lightweight Entrenching Tool & Pouch The lightweight entrenching tool was first issued in quantity in the Vietnam war during 1969 and 1970. This example is actually a Taiwan produced,however the pouch is a M1967 E-tool pouch and dated 1969.
U.S. M-1903 Medical Haversack This is a M-1903 medical haversack which was produced by Rock Island Arsenal and dated 1904.
U.S. M-1910 Cutlery Set A knife fork and spoon set. The knife was produced by Landers,Frank & Clark ( LF&C) and dated 1917. The spoon is dated 1918. The spoon and knife are also stamped \"US\"
U.S. M-1910 Haversack This is 1918 dated example of the M-1910 haversack. The secondary straps have been cutaway however haversack is in good condition.
U.S. M-1910 Waterbottle Set A good example of a U.S. M-1910 waterbottle set consisting of pouch, waterbottle and cup. The pouch and waterbottle is dated 1918. The cup has no markings or dates.
U.S. M-1943 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a very good example of a matching dated M-1943 entrenching tool and carrier which are dated 1945. The blade is stamped \"US, Ames.1945\". The carrier is the 2nd pattern and is maker marked \" Westland Shoe Company\".
U.S. M-1943 Entrenhing Tool & Carrier This is a 1944 dated example of the M-1943 folding entrenching tool. The blade is stamped \" U.S. Armes.1944\". The carrier is the 2nd pattern with adjustable belt hook. The carrier has a faint makers stamp and dated 1945.
U.S. M-1950 Field Jacket This is a nice example of the M-1950 field jacket which is very similiar to the M-1943 pattern field jacket. The jacket retains its instruction and stock number labels. The date of the jacket 7th Feb 1951. This item would be ideal for WW2 re-enactment.
U.S. M1 Ammunition Bag This is a very nice example of the M1 ammunition bag which was introduced during WW2. The bag could accommodate extra rifle magazines, 11 rifle grenades or 28 hand grenades. This example is dated 1951 and the carrying strap dated 15th June 1972.
U.S. M1 Carbine Sling Swivel & Bayonet Lug This is M1 carbine sling swivel and bayonet lug which was fitted on M1 carbine's after 1945.
U.S. M1 Garand Bayonet This is in fact a cut-down M1905 bayonet. There are no markings on the bayonet. However the scabbard is marked with the flamaing bomb ordnance stamp with the letters "U.S." stamped within the bomb.U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1 Garand Bayonet This is probably post-war copied M1 Garand bayonet which is either Italian or Danish manufactured for use with their M1 Garand rifles. The bayonet and scabbard have no markings. However it is also possible that the bayonet may be a cut-down U.S. M1905 bayonet. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M1 Garand Buttstock Cleaning Kit A complete cleaning kit for the M1 Garand rifle, consisting of clear plastic oil bottle, cleaning rod and brush. The cleaning kit is of 1960's vintage.
U.S. M1 Helmet & Mitchell Cover This is a good example of a U.S. Vietnam-War era M1 helmet with a 1970 dated Mitchell cover which has been personalised. The liner is a WW2 vintage paratroopers liner which has been restraped for Vintam and was manufactured by "CAPAC". The elastic helmet band the original owner's name name "Preston" written upon it.
U.S. M1 Style Helmet This is in fact a West-German made U.S. M1 style helmet which has been given a U.S. Veitnam war pattern liner, which is missing it's headband. The helmet would be ideal for WW2 or Vietnam War re-enactment. For WW2 re-enactment you will have to change the chinstrap for Vietnam War re-enactment just add a Mitchell helmet cover.
U.S. M1 Thompson Submachine Gun This is an exellant example of M1 Thompson submachine gun which was produced between 1942 to 1945. The receiver is marked with the maker's details "Auto-Ordnance of Bridgeport, Connecticut. The weapon is matching numbered and is a new spec deactivation. However it still has a moving trigger. The twenty round magazine is also maker marked "Seymour Products". U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M16 Plastic Magazine Bags I have a number of this Vietnam issue M16 plastic magazine bags which kept the magazine and ammunition dry.
U.S. M16 Plastic Magazine Bags A have a number of this M16 Vietnam issue plastic magazine bags, which kept the ammuntion and magazine dry.
U.S. M16A1 Short Magazine Pouch This is a rare short magazine pouch for the M16A1 assault rifle. The inside of the pouch flap is marked "Case Small Arms Ammunition M16A1" and dated 1968. The pouch would hold four 20 round four magazines for the M16 rifle.
U.S. M16A1 Short Magazine Pouch This is a rare M16A1 short magazine pouch which can hold four 20 round magazines for the M16 rifle. The pouch flap is marked "Case Small Arms Ammunition M16A1" and dated 1968.
U.S. M16A1 Short Magazine Pouch This is a rare M16A1 short magazine pouch, which can hold four 20 round magazines for the M16 rifle. The pouch flap is marked "Case Small Arms Ammunition M16A1" and dated 1968.
U.S. M17 Gasmask Bag This is M17 gasmask bag in good condition.
U.S. M1903 Mark 1. Rifle This is extremely nice example of a M1903 Mark 1 rifle, which is identical to the service M1903 rifle, with the exception of a few modifications made to accept the ill-fated Pedersen Device which fired a .30 intermediate pistol cartridge and was semi-automatic. Changes where made to the sear mechanism, the cut-off was discarded and an ejection port was cut through the left side of the receiver to allow passage of spent pistol rounds. It is recorded that the U.S. Army placed an order of 133,450 semi-automactic MK1 rifles to be built, however only 65,0000 of these Mark 1 rifles where produced between the years 1918 to 1920. After which the Pedersen device was scrapped and the rifles where reconverted back to the M1903 specification. This example has been reconverted to the M1903 specifiaction was manufactured by Springfield and dated March 1920. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1903 Rifle This is a nice example a U.S. M1903 rifle, which was the standard infantry weapon used, by U.S. forces during WW1 and was still in use during WW2, especially with the United States Marine Corps. The M1903 is better known as the Springfield as it was designed and first manufactured at the Springfield Arsenal, however the rifle was manufactured by other U.S. Arms manufacturers. This example was produced by "Rock Island Arsenal, the serial number dates the rifle to 1918, however it was rebarrelled in March 1938. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M1903 Rifle This is an excellant example of a U.S. M1903 rifle which is better known as the "Springfield", as it was first designed and manufactured ast the Sprinfield Armoury. However the M1903 rifle was produced by other U.S. Small Arms companies. This example was manufactured by Springfield Armoury with a matching dated receiver and barrel August 1918. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M1903 Rifle This is an excellant example of a U.S. M1903 rifle, which was manfuactured by "Rock Island Arsenal" in 1919. However the rifle has had a barrel replacement in June 1930 by "Springfield Arsenal". The M1903 was the standard infantry weapon used by U.S. Forces during WW1 until the mid 1930's when it started to be replaced by the M1 Garand. The M1903 continued to see service throughout WW2 mainly by the Marine Corps in the pacific theatre of operations. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1910 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a good example of a M1910 Entrenching tool which is maker marked "SEMS" and dated 1942. The carrier was produced by "RADIN" and also dated 1942.
U.S. M1910 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a good example of the M1910 entrenching tool, which is non-maker marked or dated. The carrier is dated 1943 and maker marked "B.B.S.Co".
U.S. M1910 Lower Pack Carrier This is a M1910 lower pack carrier which was attached to the lower part of the M1910 haversack. This example is in good condition dated April 1918 and is maker marked "P.B.&Co".
U.S. M1910 Messtin This is a 1918 dated M1910 messtin, which is maker marked "T.J.W. & Co". The M1910 messtin tin was still used throughout WW2.
U.S. M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set, which has been re-issued for WW2. The waterbottle has had it's metal cap replaced witha bakerlite cap. The waterbottle is dated 1918, and maker marked "LF&C". The cup is maker marked "AGM.Co" and dated 1944. The pouch is British made example and dated 1944.
U.S. M1917 Bayonet This is a 1917 dated U.S. M1917 bayonet which is in fact a British P13 bayonet which was taken into service by the U.S. The bayonet was modified by "Remington" which stamped "U.S." and scratched out the British inspection mark, but still visible. The scabbard is the British type but the top has been modified to allow attachment to the M1910 belt. U.K. Sales only.
U.S. M1917 Bayonet This is in fact a British 1913 pattern bayonet taken up into U.S. Service as the M1917 bayonet.The British exceptance markings have been hatch out on the ricasso and stamped "U.S." The bayonet is dated September 1917 and was manufactured by "Remington". U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1917 Brodie Helmet This is an excellant example of a U.S. M1917 brodie helemt which was based on the British MK1 helmet. The helmet has ruff finish, the liner and chinstrap are both in excellant condition. The liner still retaining most of its cloth label, which reads\" TIGHTEN CORD, AND ADJUST\". The shell is stamped \"ZC188\".
U.S. M1917 Pattern Bayonet This is a nice exmaple of U.S. M1917 pattern bayonet manufactured by "REMINGTON". The M1917 bayonet was copied from the British 1913 pattern bayonet which was also made by Remington within the U.S. However the M1917 retained all the characteristics for the British 1913 pattern bayonet including the deep grooves cut into the grips but had a clearing hole added to the pommel. The blade is stamped with the pattern number "1917" and shows the U.S. ordnance marking consisting of a flaming bomb with the Eagle inspector's stamp. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1917 Unit Marked Helmet ( Big Red One ) This is an excellant example of a U.S. WW1 M1917 helmet which has the divisional insignia of the 1st Infantry Division ( The Big Red One ). The helmet is approximately a size 59.
U.S. M1917A1 Helmet This is a 1941 produced M1917A1 which was manufactured by McCord as indicated by the 1B stamp. The helmet is in extremely good condition with its leather liner a little dry, and retaining its tan webbing chinstrap.
U.S. M1917A1 Helmet This is a good example of a U.S. M1917A1, was worn by U.S. forces until early 1942, being replaced with the M1. The helmet is complete with its webbing chinstrap and leather liner which has torn in a number of places.
U.S. M1923 Ammunition Belt This is a two colour example of the standard ammunition belt which was used with M1 Garand and Springfield rifles. This example has no date markings.
U.S. M1928 Haversack This is a mint un-issued M1928 haversack, which is maker marked "G&R.Co" and dated 1942. The M1928 haversack was used throught the war and could be used as a light assault pack or a complete fieldpack, when the lower pack carrier was attached.
U.S. M1928 Messtin Carrier This is a used M1928 messtin carrier, which would have been attached to the M1928 haversack as part of the field pack. The inside of the carrier's flap has the original owners name personal service number.
U.S. M1936 Field Bag This is a late-war produced M1936 field bag, which was issued to paratroopers, officers and crews of armoured vehicles. The M1936 field bag is better known as the Musette bag.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt A M1936 pistol belt with zinc alloy fittings and brass grommets. The are no dates or makings.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A set of M1936 suspenders. This example is in good condition without any makers markings.
U.S. M1938 Leggings A nice set of un-issued M1938 leggings, which are size marked "3R" and dated "25/02/1942". The leggings was produced by "Meyers & Son".
U.S. M1938 Leggings A nice set of un-issued M1938 leggings which are size marked "3R" and dated "03/11/1942". The leggings was produced by "Brown Shoe Company" and are also stamped "U.S.ACAD".
U.S. M1938 Leggings A set of M1938 leggings which size marked "3R" and dated 28/09/1942. The leggings was produced by "Werman Legging Corporation". The leggings are missing their laces.
U.S. M1938 Leggings A nice set of un-issued M1938 leggings which are size marked "3R" and dated 18/09/1941. The leggings where produced by "Fraser Products Co".
U.S. M1942 Bayonet This is a U.S. M1942 bayonet for the M1 Garand rifle. This has been marked with the ordnance exceptance stamp ( a flaming bomb ) on the ricasso. It is also stamped "U.S." and has the maker's initials "A.F.H", ( American Fork & Hoe company ). The scabbard is also stamped with the U.S. ordnance acceptance mark. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. M1942 Messtins A set of 1967 dated M1942 messtins which where produced by "Regal".
U.S. M1942 Waterbottle Set This is a good example of a M1942 waterbottle set, consisting of 1943 dated waterbottle, maker marked "VOLLRATH". A U.S. stamped cup which is maker marked "WCW" and 1941 dated pouch, which is maker marked "Baker-Lockwood".
U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool This is an original M1943 folding entrenching tool with a high quality reproduction carrier. The tool is in good working condition retaining nearly all its green paint.
U.S. M1944 Goggles ( British Made ) This is a rare British made M1944 polaroid goggles, which was issued to most combat arms. The goggles are un-issued and are stamped with the British War Department Arrow.
U.S. M1951 Pile Field Cap This is a M1951 Pile field cap, which is dated 21st May 1952. The cap is in good condition and is size marked 7.1/3.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a late vertical weave production of the M1956 pistol belt
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a early production horizontal weave M1956 pistol belt.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A good set of M1956 suspenders, which have a faint maker's and contract markings.
U.S. M1961 Field Pack ( Butt Pack ) This is a good example of M1961 field pack, which is better known as the butt pack due to it's position when attached to the webbing set. The M1961 has a slightly larger carrying capacity than the M1956 butt pack. The top flap has downwards side extensions giving greater weather protection.
U.S. M1969 Flak Jacket This is a good example of a M1969 flak jacket with working zipper, two of he press studs missing, however the remaining are in good working order. The jacket also has the side lacing. The flak jacket is size marked medium and dated 1969.
U.S. M1969 Flak Jacket This is a M1969 flak jacket which replaced the M1952 flak jacket. This example is unit marked "105.2MSQN", size marked medium and dated 1969.The zipper has seized, however it is intact and the press studs are in working order. The side laces are missing however these can be easily replaced.
U.S. M1969 Flak Jacket This is a M1969 flak jacket, which replaced the M1952 Flak jacket. This example is in good condition with working zipper and studs. The side laces are missing, however this can be easily replaced. The jacket is datd 1969 and is size marked "Medium".
U.S. M1969 Flak Jacket This is a M1969 flak jacket which replaced the M1952 flak jacket. This example is size marked medium, the zipper is broken, but all press studs are in working order. The side laces are missing, however these can be easily replaced. This example is dated 1969.
U.S. M1969 Flak Jacket This is the M1969 fragmentation protective body armour, which replaced the M1952 flak jacket. This example is dated 1969, is size marked "SMALL". The zipper has seized, but intact. The side laces are missing. However this can be easily replaced.
U.S. M21 Anti-Tank Mine This is an inert U.S. M21 anti-mine which was used in the 1960's and 1970's. The mine is missing its M607 pressure fuze, however it still retains its original carrying strap. UK sales only.
U.S. M37 Pattern Trousers This a good example of M37 pattern trousers which have two minor repairs to the knees. The trousers have an early anti-vesicant special feature. A triangular green flannel flap has been added behind the fly. The waist is approximately 32" with a inside leg of 27".
U.S. M3A1 Gasmask & Pouch This is a extremely nice example of the M3A1 gasmask, which was initially developed for armoured troops, which allowed speech transmission ( Radio-Telephone). This is an early produced example dated Feburary 1941, which has a gas-proof acetate diaphragm located in the front of the mouth piece. The M3A1 gasmask was also issued to officers and was declared limited issue in June 1943.
U.S. M43 Field Jacket Hood This is a un-issued M43 field jacket hood. This example retains it's instruction and data labels and is dated 6th March 1943. It is size stamped "Small" and was produced by "H.P.SHAPIRO.
U.S. M5 Bayonet This is unmarked U.S. M5 bayonet which was introduced in 1955 to replace the M1 bayonet for the M1 Garand rifle. The bayonet comes with a M8A1 scabbard. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. Machete This is a 1945 dated U.S. machete manufactured by Collins & Co. The blade and wooden handle are in good condition. However the leather scabbard has perished around the belt loop and retaining strap. The main body of the scabbard is still relatively in good condition.U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Machine Gun Pintle This is a machine gun pintle which can be attached to either a 30cal or 50cal Machine guns.
U.S. Map Case A good example of a U.S. map case.
U.S. Marine Corp Mexican Campaign Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Mexican campaign medal which has the date 1911 to 1917.
U.S. Marine Corps 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a U.S. Marine Corps, 3rd pattern tropical jacket, which has had the sleeves removed. The jacket has the collar rank insignia of a Gunnery sergeant and the original owners name badge. The jacket is dated 1969. The jacket is a large size 41"- 45" chest.
U.S. Marine Corps Ammunition Magazine Pouch This is a mint example of a USMC ammunition pouch for the M14 self loading rifle.
U.S. Marine Corps Ammunition Magazine Pouch This is a mint USMC ammunition magazine pouch for the M14 self loading rifle.
U.S. Marine Corps Camouflage Poncho This is a a very nice example of the double camouflage poncho which was introduced in 1942. This example is dated 13th June 1944 and was produced by The Walker Company.
U.S. Marine Corps China Relief Expedition Medal A good example of the U.S. Marine Corps China Relief Expedition medal which is dated 1900.
U.S. Marine Corps Civil War Medal This is a nice example of a U.S. Marine Corps Veterans civil-war medal which has the civil war dates 1861 to 1865.
U.S. Marine Corps Cotton Shirt This is a Marine Corps cotton shirt which is size stamped 3. The shirt is in very good condition and still retains part of its cloth label. Unfortunately all the data from the label has been washed out.
U.S. Marine Corps Cuban Pacification Medal A very nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Cuban pacification Medal which is dated 1908.
U.S. Marine Corps Dress Blues This is a excellant example of a U.S. Marine Corps class A uniform better known as Dress Blues. The uniform consists of Tunic and trousers. The tunic has the gold gilted Marine Corps buttons and collar insignia. The rank chevrons are that of a Sergeant 4th Grade. The unit badge belongs to 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. The 1st Aircraft Wing, was formed in 1941 at Guantico ( Virginia ). The wing left for San Diego in December, in order to defend the West Coast. In March 1942, it was re-organised in five groups and took part in the battle of Guadalcanal, then took part in the Solomans. In 1943 it saw action in New Georgia and Bougainville before leaving in 1944 for the Philippines. From October 1945, the wing was based on Chinese airfields of Tsingtao, Peiping and Tienstin until May 1947, where it moved to Guam.
U.S. Marine Corps ERDL Jacket This is an excellant example of a U.S. Marine Corps ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage jacket. The ERDL uniform was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. This example is post-Vietnam War manufactured, dated 1977. The jacket is a size medium (40" to 42" chest ).
U.S. Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal This is the U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Haitian Campaign medal which was fought between 1919 and 1920.
U.S. Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal & 1919-20 Bar This is a very nice example of the 1915 U.S. Marine Corps Haitian campaign medal with 1919 -1920 bar.
U.S. Marine Corps Knapsack This is a very good example of a U.S. marine corps knapsack, which was introduced in 1941.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck magazine, which is dated February 1968.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a U.S. Marine Corps leatherneck magazine, which is dated April 1968.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a U.S.Marine Corps Leatherneck magazine, which is dated January 1968 and has a 1968 pull-out calendar.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a February 1963 dated U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck magazine.
U.S. Marine Corps M1941 Haversack This is a un-issued M1941 Marine Corps haversack which is dated 1967. The M1941 haversack was still being used by U.S. Marines to the end of the Vietnam War.
U.S. Marine Corps NCO's Sword This is a good example of a floriated U.S. marine corps NCO's sword. The blade is floriated on both sides with the words " UNITED STATES MARINES " with the Marine Corp symbol. The sword was made by "Atlanta Cutlery India ". U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Marine Corps Nicaraguan 1st Campaign Medal This is a 1912 dated, U.S. Marine Corps 1st campaign medal.
U.S. Marine Corps Nicaraguan 2nd Campaign Medal This is a Marine Corps Nicaraguan 2nd campaign medal with ribbon bar. The 2nd Nicaraguan was fought between 1926 to 1930.
U.S. Marine Corps Philippine Campaign Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps philippine campaign medal of 1899 to 1903.
U.S. Marine Corps Service Uniform This is a complete U.S. Marine Corps NCO's service uniform, consisting of visor, cap, garrison cap, shirt and tie with Marine Corps tie pin. Jacket, trouser and belt. The jacket also has a number Vietnam awards including the airborne assault badge. The uniform is a large size 40" to 44" chest 36" to 38" waist. and mainly post-Vietnam war dated.
U.S. Marine Corps Soochow 1932 Medal This is a rare example of a un-official medal produced by the U.S. Marines Corps and awarded to any marine which took part in the Battle of Soochow Creek in 1932 near Shanghai, China. This example has not been awarded
U.S. Marine Corps Soochow 1937 Medal This is an unofficial and rare medal produced by the U.S. Marine Corps and awarded to any marine which took part in the Battle of Soochow Creek, near Shanghai, China. This example has not been awarded.
U.S. Marine Corps Spanish Campaign Medal & Bronze Star This is a extremely nice example of a U.S. Marine Corps 1898 Spanish campaign medal with bronze star. The medal comes with a ribbon bar.
U.S. Marine Corps Spoon This is a U.S. marine corps issue spoon, which is stamped "U.S.M.C." The spoon is also maker marked "SILCO".
U.S. Marine Corps Sweetheart Pendant This is heart shaped sweetheart pendant worn by girlfriends and wifes of marines while on active service. The heart will open to reveal a photo of the loved one.
U.S. Marine Corps Troop Leaders Guide This is a 25th February 1966 dated edition of the U.S.Marine Corps troop leades guide. The purpose of which was to set forth a checklist of basic duties for the troop leader at platoon, section, squad and fire team level in combat operations. The guide was also made available to other services within the United States military.
U.S. Marine Corps West Indies Campaign Medal This is a 1898 dated, U.S. Marine Corps West Indies campaign medal, with rippon bar.
U.S. Marine Corps White Visor Cap This white visor cap is part of the Dress \"B\" uniform, which was better known as \"Dress Blues\". The cap has gilted buttons and U.S.M.C. emblem. The white cover is removeable, allowing the Blue cover to be worn with the Dress \"A\" uniform. This example has the original paper size label underneath the leather sweatband. \"6.7/8\". The cap has original owners name written on the underside of the sweatband \" E.L.KERSEN \".
U.S. Marine Corps Woollen Shirt This is a unissued Marine Corps shirt, which still retains two green tags. One on each arm. The shirt is size stamped 2.
U.S. Marine Corps Yangtze Service Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Yangtze Service medal.
U.S. Marine Corps/Navy Badge A small lapel badge, worn by members of the U.S marines and navy, when in civilian clothing.
U.S. Marine Dress Blues Rank Chevrons A pair of U.S. marine corporal's dress blues, rank chevrons.
U.S. Marines Breast Badge This is a U.S. Marines badge, which was worn left breast of the combat jacket.
U.S. Marines Dress Blues Rank Chevrons A pair of U.S. Marines Sergeant-major dress blues rank chevrons.
U.S. Marines Rank Chevrons A pair of a U.S. Marines sergeant, rank chevrons for the tan shirt.
U.S. Maverick Mossberg 88 Pump Action Shotgun The Maverick Mossberg 88 pump action 12 gauge shotgun which is a lower cost verison of the Mossberg 500. However in appearance it is virtually identical. This example is in excellant condition and is the Security model with 6 round loading capacity. The field version comes with a longer 28" vent-rib barrel. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Messtins A nice set of aluminium non-dated messtins stamped \"U.S.\" and made by \"WYOTT\".
U.S. Military Police Equipment Set This is a U.S. Military Police equipmment set consisting of M1 helmet liner, M1936 pistol belt M1924,first-aid pouch and bandage, M1942 twin magazine pouch for the M1911A1 pistol, truncheon with carrier and M1938 leggings. 50% of the Military Police set is WW2 issue with the rest being post-war manufactured. The M1 liner is WW2 issue and was produced by Firestone Tire & Rubber Company identified by the letter "F" within a shield. The helmet's sweatband is post-war and dated 1977.The M1936 pistol belt is post-war and dated 1984. The M1942 twin magazine pouch is post-war and dated 1989. The truncheon and carrier are both post-war manufacture, with the carrier dated 1984. The M1924 first-aid pouch is wartime produced and contains it's compressed bandage, manufactured by "Mine Safety Aplliances Company". The M1938 leggings are also WW2 produced size stamped "3R" and dated 24/04/1942.
U.S. Military Police M1924 First-Aid Pouch This is a British made M1924 first-aid pouch which is dated 1944. The pouch contains a compressed bandage still in it's cardboard box and was produced by Mine Safety Appliances Company. The pouch has been blancoed white for Military Police issue.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Pup-Tent This is a rare pup-tent made form two Mitchell camouflage shelter-halfs. One of the shelter-halfs is dated June 1953 and still retains it's contract label. The pup-tent comes with six poles, two of which are Vietnam War dated, it also comes with six U.S. army tent pegs. One shelter-half is faded, while the other is in extremely good condition.
U.S. Navy Life Preserver This is a U.S. Navy life preserver which was also issed as part of the survival equipment on board the Navy's PBR boats ( Patrol Boat River ). This example is in excellant condition dated May 1973.
U.S. Navy Summer Flight Suit This is a CS-FRP-1 U.S. Navy summer issue flight suit dated 1967 and made by " COVINGTON INDUSTRIES, INC". The suit is made of fire resistant polyamide and is a size 36R.
U.S. Navy Life Preserver This is a U.S. Navy life preserver which was issued to seal teams and PBR ( Patrol Boat River ) crews. This example is in excellant condition and dated April 1973.
U.S. Navy M1 Helmet This is a very nice example of a U.S. Navy fixed bale M1 helmet, The helmet has ruff blue finish with a blue painted liner and early leather chinstrap.
U.S. Navy M41 Jacket This is a M41 Jacket which as NAVY DEPARTMENT on its manufacturers tag and giving size 38. The jacket is in fair condition and has the usual frayed cuffs. The zipper is in good working order. On the left breast there seems to have been a name where the stitching is still visible.
U.S. Navy MKIV Gasmask & Pouch This is a rare U.S. Navy MKIV gasmask which is dated 1945 and comes with its grey coloured pouch. The gasmask is in excellant condition with rubber face peace and hoses still soft and relatively supple. The straps are also in good condition.
U.S. Navy Petrol Boat Unit Badge This is a unit badge belonging PBR 544 ( Petrol Boat River ). The navy deployed PBR's from march 1966 to the end of 1971, growing to 250 petrol boats.
U.S. Navy Weapons Unit Badge This is a U.S. Navy weapons unit badge belonging to "33 AGS" ( Advance Gun System ).
U.S. Navy Wet Weather Trousers This is a mint un-issued example of U.S. Navy wet weather trousers. This example still retain their original label which reads \" Navy Department, Contract NXsx 44431, Medium\". The front of the trousers are stamped \" USN\"
U.S. Navy/Marine Corps MKIV Gasmask & Pouch This a U.S. Navy MKIV gasmask which was also used by the Marine Corps. The gasmask is un-issued still retaining it's cardboard faceguard and instruction label. The gasmask is dated, September 1944. The gasmask and bag are both stamped with the letters "MSA" which identifies the mask and bag where manufactured by Maryland State Arsenal. The bag also contains a tin of anti-dim cloth.
U.S. Offcers Tropical Issue Garrison Cap This is a very nice example of a U.S officer's tropical issue garrison cap with the rank of 1st Lieutenant. The cap has the maker's label attached and the name and service number of the original owner.
U.S. Officers ETO M1926 Short Overcoat This is a ETO ( European Theatre of Operations ) made M1926 short overcoat for officers. The overcoat is made of British Battledress material. and is in very good condition.
U.S. Officers Garrison Cap A officers garrison cap which is piped black and gold for officers. The cap retains its size label \"7.1/8.
U.S. Officers Tropical Crusher Cap This is a tropical issue officers crusher cap, which is dated 1944 under the leather sweatband. The cap has unfortunately suffered with moth damage on the crown. However this has not spoiled the overall look of the cap.
U.S. Officer\'s Chocolate Tunic This is a mint example of a Lieutenants tunic belonging to the Signal Corps. The tunic was tailored by The Hamilton Tailoring & Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. The tunic still retains the original owner\'s name tag. \" Mr P.Fragmen and dated 17/03/1944.
U.S. Officer\'s Elastique Service Dress Trousers An officers trousers in dark wool elasttique cloth. The trousers are in very good condition and appear to have the original owners name \"Smith H.E.\" The trousers are approximately a 32\" waist.
U.S. Olive Drab Flannel Shirt This is a olive drab flannel shirt which was adopted in 1934 and modified in 1937, with seven buttons down the front. The shirt was replaced in November 1941 by a similar garment with a convertible collar.
U.S. Olive Drab Flannel Shirt This is a good example of an olive drab flannel shirt which was adopted in 1934 and modified in 1937, with seven buttons down the front. The shirt was replaced in November 1941 by a similar garment with a convertible collar. The shirt is a size medium.
U.S. OR\'s Summer Shirt This is a summer issue shirt belonging to a Sergeant of the Fourth Airforce. The shirt still retains its original issue label . The shirt is approximately a size 40-42\" chest.
U.S. Other Ranks Ike Jacket. This is a standard 1944 pattern Ike jacket dated 14th April 1945. It is in good condition, however it is a small size \"34S\". The manufacturer of the jacket was \" WULF BROTHERS. INC \"
U.S. Oxygen Mask This is a U.S. Fighter pilot's oxygen mask which is complete with all it's wiring,plugs and clips. The mask has suffered some minor damage to the plastic face piece however when fitted to a flying helmet it does not show. The mask dates to the 1970's.
U.S. Paratroopers Shroud Cutter This is a parachute shroud cutter, which was issued to all paratroopers and aircrew. This example is in excellant condition. However there are no markings and post-war examples are identical to the WW2 pattern. I can not confirm if this is actually WW2 or post-war.
U.S. Pilot's Strobe Light & Pouch This strobe light is part of the survival equipment issued to U.S. aircrew. This example is U.S. marked dated 1993. It is identical to the type used by U.S. aircrew during the Vietnam War and comes with it's original pouch.
U.S. Plastic Matches Container This is a U.S. issue plastic container to keep matches and the striker dry. The base of the container is stamped "U.S." The container still retains a number of matches and strikers.
U.S. Plastic Spoon This is a rare Vietnam era issue plastic spoon, which is marked with the number "7" and the stock number "NIB39083".
U.S. Plastic Spoon This is a rare Vietnam War era plastic spoon which is marked with the number "2" and has the stock number "NIB39083".
U.S. Pocket Muti-Tool This is a U.S. army pocket ,comprising of a knife, can-opener, bottle-opener, screwdriver. The pocket tool was maufactured by "Camillus" and dated 1980. This pattern multi-tool was issued during the Vietnam-War.
U.S. Pup-Tent Pegs A set of U.S. army pup-tent pegs, which are "U.S."marked. The pegs are also maker marked "ALTRO".
U.S. Ranger's Camouflage Beret This is a Vietnamese produced camouflage beret as worn by a U.S. Ranger retaining the Ranger's reconnaissance insignia of a skull and crossbones.
U.S. Rank Chevrons This a pair of un-issued Vietnam era Sergeant chevrons.
U.S. Reproduction Airborne Thompson Magazine Pouch This is a high quality reproduction of a modified five cell magazine pouch for the Thompson SMG. The pouch was modified by airborne troops to be worn either on the chest or thigh.
U.S. Reproduction Airborne Thompson Magazine Pouch This is a high quality reproduction airborne modified five cell Thompson SMG magazine pouch. Which was worn either on the chest or thigh.
U.S. Reproduction Drop Down Rope This is a high quality reproduction drop down rope which was carried by U.S. airborne forces.
U.S. Reproduction M-1936 Pistol Belt This is a brand new high quality reproduction M-1936 pistol belt which has been given a 1942 date.
U.S. Rimfire. 32 Revolver This is a very nice example of a U.S. made rimfire .32 five shot revolver, which has the name "REDCLOUD" on top of the frame. The revolver has over 90% of it's original fiish. No licence required as it is sold under section 58-2 of the 1968 firearms act to purchase for antique and display. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. Sleeping Bag Carrying Harness This is a un-issued sleeping bag carrying harness which is dated 1967.
U.S. Small Arms Sling This green canvas U.S. sling is for the M1 carbine and the M3 grease gun.
U.S. Smith & Wesson Pistol Grips A pair of wooden pistol grips for the Smith & Wesson M1905 38 calibre revolver. Which was also used by British forces during WW2.
U.S. Smith & Wesson Police Revolver Holster This is a brown leather U.S. Police holster which could hold a various Smith & Wesson revolver models.
U.S. Special Flannel Shirt This is a olive drab flannel shirt with gas-proof features such as the sleeve gussets and a buttoned gas flap on the chest. The shirt was introduced in 1942 and warranted a special designation. This example is in very good condition and is a size medium.
U.S. Special Flannel Shirt This is a olive drab flannel shirt which has gas-proof features such as sleeve gussets and a buttoned gas flap on the chest. The shirt was introduced in 1942 and warranted a special designation. This example has the discharge insignia on the right breast, is in good conditiona and is a size medium.
U.S. Special Forces Camouflage Combat Vest This is a Vietnam theatre produced special forces combat vest made from ERDL tropical rip-stop material. The combat vest has been given a number of pockets to hold M16 magazines including two on the back, which allowed easier access to rifle magazines while in the prone position.
U.S. Special Forces Tiger Strip Jacket This is a tiger strip jacket, which was produced by the Vietnamese clothing production center and was favoured by U.S. special forces detachments. The tiger strip pattern has been sunbleached from dark brown to a light purple colour.
U.S. Style M1 Helmet I believe this to be a foreign made M1 helmet probably German Belgium or Dutch. The liner is definately of Dutch origin and is very similar to the U.S. wartime examples including the tan straps. The helmet would be ideal for WW2 or Vietnam war re-enactment, For WW2 you will have to change the chinstrap. For Vietnam just add a Mitchell helmet cover.
U.S. Summer Issue Garrison Cap This is a summer issue Garrison cap size 7.1/2.
U.S. Suspenders M1956 These are M56 suspenders are the type which was worn during the Vietnam war to support and heavy equipment like Radio\'s and the bar ammunition belt. They was also used to support the Garand cartridge belt.
U.S. Tiger Stripe Uniform This is actually South Vietnamese produced tiger stripes uniform consisting of jacket and trousers. The trousers have the original owners name "Zanini.A". The indigenous camouflage tiger stripe uniform was introduced to early Marine and Special Forces advisors and became quite popular favoured amongst U.S. special forces, during the Vietnam War. The jacket is approximately a chest size 38" and the trousers , waist 30" with a inside leg 31".
U.S. TUNIC ( BIG RED ONE ) This is a very nice example of the U.S Army tunic belonging to 1st Infantry Divsion which was formed on 8th June 1917 and became better known as the BIG RED ONE. The tunic is in very good condition retaining its makers label. However it has become unreadable.
U.S. Vietnam Issue, Sun,Wind, Dust Goggles A nice example of un-issued anti-sun, wind and dust goggles which are based on the WW2 M-1944 goggles. This example comes in it's original cardboard box and still in the cellophane bag and spare neutral gray lens for protection against light and glare. The goggles are dated 1974.
U.S. Westinghouse Mosin Nagant M1891 Rifle This is a ultra rare U.S. made Mosin Nagant M1891 rifle, which was part of a arms contract with imperial Russia who initially placed an order for 1.8 million rifles. However the contract was never completed as the Russian revolution of 1917 lead to default payments, coupled with logistical problem which resulted in a quarter of the contract being fulfilled. Resulting in a large number of U.S. produced Mosin Nagants remaining within the U.S. This example has Imperial Russian markings dated 1915 and the manufacturer's name New England Westinghouse Arms Company. The stock has suffered damage, however it has been repaired. The actual metal work is in excellant condition. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. Whistle This is a 1970 dated whistle,which is still in good working order.
U.S. WW1 Grenade Vest This is a mint un-issued grenade vest which was introduced in 1918 to accommodate VB rifle grenades. It is a popular misconception that these vests were never used during WW1. However this miconception is incorrect as a limited number where used by soldiers using VB launchers. The vest has an adjustable strap that went over the head and two smaller straps that tied around the back and was worn over the soldiers chest. The vest was very soldom used by U.S. troops during WW2. This example is dated May 1918, has the makers initials \"H.H.& Co\" and is also stamped \" Inspected by John.E.Wright\".
U.S. WW1 M-1912 Pattern Uniform This is a very nice example of the M-1912 pattern uniform. The M-1912 uniform become the basis for the 1917 pattern. The main difference between the M-1912 and the M-1917 pattern tunics are that he M-1912 was made from finer wool the 1917 pattern being coarser. The branch of service collar disc is for Infantry. The uniform consists of tunic and breeches.
U.S. WW2 Victory Medal This is the Victory medal awarded to all military personal who saw service during WW2.
U.S./RAF Type MS-22001 Oxygen Mask This is a U.S. TYPE MS-22001 oxygen mask which is based on wartime produced masks. The type MS-2201 oxygen mask was used on all U.S. jet aircraft in the 1950's and early 1960's. This example is actually a RAF issue item and has had the flying helmet attachments altered to fit the type G flying helmet. It is complete with oxygen hose and mircophone and was produced by the "Maryland Small Arms Company". The oxygen mask is stamped "LARGE SIZE".
U.S.Army Aluminium Hot Food Container This is a U.S. army aluminium hot food container which is actually dated 1993, however it is identical to the pattern used during the Vietnam war. The container holds three aluminium pots all of which where produced by "AMF Wyott Inc" The pots dated 1974, 1982 and 1989..
U.S.Army Armoured Patch This is the patch worn by the 27th Armoured Corps.
U.S.Browning Automatic Rifle Magazine Belt This good exmaple of a the magazine belt for the Browning automatic rifle. The belt can hold 8 magazines and 2 magazines for the M1911 pistol. The difference between WW1 B.A.R belts and WW2 issue are that the WW2 can hold 12 magazines and does not the the metal butt support and the M1911 magazine pouch. This example is dated 1918 on all three components.
U.S.M.C . Mitchell Camouflage Straps A pair of Mitchell camouflage straps as issued to the U.S.Marine Corps.
U.S.M.C. Grenade Bag This is a un-issued 1967 dated grenade bag which was mainly worn by marines.
U.S.M.C. Mitchell Camouflage Straps A pair of Mitchell camouflage straps as issued to the U.S. Marine Corps.
U.S.M.C. Officers Dress Whites This is a very good example of the white dress uniform, which was stipulated to be worn in the hot season or in the tropics on special ocasions. The tunic has the marine corps gold guilted buttons with the marine corps emblem on the collar. The rank bars are missing. The tunic still retains its marine corps contract label and was made by G.U.Williams & Co 246.S.Eleventh St. Philadelphia. The trousers also retain the marine corps contract label.
U.S.M1956 Suspenders A set of long M1956 suspenders, which are in good condition and have faint maker's and contract markings.
U.S.Marine Corps Drill Sergeant's Belt This is an extremely nice example of a U.S. Marine Corp Drill Sergeant's belt.The buckle embossed with the U.S. Marine Corp emblem and was produced by "Officer's Equipment Company".
U.S.Marine Corps ERDL Jacket This is an early near mint example of a ERDL ( Engineers, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage rip-stop jacket. The ERDL camouflage uniform was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969, it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. This example is a USMC issue and has the original owners name "Stoner D.W." This example is dated 1969.
U.S.Marine Corps HBT Cap This is a type II Marine Corps HBT cap. The cap was manufactured by M&B Headgear Co. and is size marked extra-large.
U.S.Marine Corps Winter Service Uniform This is an excellant example of a U.S. Marine Corps winter service uniform consisting of cap, tunic and trousers. The cap has a removeable cover similiar to the navy pattern. The tunic is dated 22nd Sept 1942. The cap and tunic still retain all marine corps insignia including the buttons.
U.S.Navy Flight Survival Vest This is a U.S.Navy's pilots survival vest know as the SV1. This example is in mint condition and was produced by L.W.FOSTER, SPORTSWEAR Co, Inc.
U.S.Navy M41 Jacket This is a U.S. Navy M41 jacket which differ from army M41 jackets by not having epaulettes, cuff or waist adjusters. The left breast is also marked "U.S.N." The jacket is in good condition without any fraying to the collar or cuffs.
U.S.Navy/Airforce Pilots Knee Pad A flight suit Knee pad with the original owners name still attached "RIEDER"
U.S.Special Forces Parachute Harness & Haversack This is a rare U.S. special forces parachute harness, which also double as a haversack to carry weapons and individual equipment. It was developed in the early 1970\'s and saw limited use during the Vietnam war. This example is dated 1978 .
U.S.Vietnam Veterans M65 Combat Jacket & Thermal Liner This is a very nice example of a M65 combat jacket, which belonged to a named Vietnam Veteran. The jacket has the Vietnam shoulder title, 1st Cavalry Divsion ( Airmobile ), 9th Infantry Disvision badges. It also has the rare 75th Infantry airborne Rangers badge, parachutist's qualification badge, Combat Infantry badge and U.S.Army badge. The jacket is dated 1975 and comes with a 1987 dated thermal liner. The jacket is a large size, 41"- 45" chest.
Ukrainian Officers Schuma Sidecap This is an extremely rare Ukrainian security police ( Schuma ) officers sidecap. The leather sweatband has hardened, however the cap is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Ukrainian Schuma Cap badge This is a Ukrainian Schuma bevo cap badge, which still has the part of the cap's material attached to it. The schuma was an auxiliary police unit consisting local police, home guards, and nationalist militias.
Ukrainian Schuma NCO\'s Collar Patches A extremely rare pair of Ukrainian Security Police NCO\'s collar patches.
Un-issued Boxed Waterbottle This is a un-issued watebottle still in its cardboard box, which is \"WD\" marked. The box contains the waterbottle, second pattern carrier and carrying strap, which is wartime dated. The strap and carrier are still in their grease proof paper. The example in this listing is to show what\'s in the box. The item i will despatch will still be sealed.
Un-Issued Denim Battledress Blouse This is a un-issued British army 1940 pattern denim battledress blouse which is dated 1942, size stamped 4 and "WD" stamped.
Un-Issued Battledress Denim Blouse This is a un-issued 1940 pattern battledress blouse which is size stamped 6 and dated 1942. The blouse also "WD" marked.
Un-issued Boxed Waterbottle A un-issued \"WD\" marked cardboard box containing a waterbottle, second pattern carrier and carrying strap, still in their grease proof paper. The carrying strap is wartime dated. The example in this listing is to show what\'s in the cardboard box. The item which i will despatch will still be sealed.
Un-issued Boxed Waterbottle This is aun-issued \"WD\" marked cardboard box containing a waterbottle, second pattern carrier and carrying strap both still in their grease proof paper. The carrying strap is wartime dated. The example in this listing is to show what\'s in the cardboard box. The item which i will despatch will still be sealed.
Un-issued Waffen-SS Death\'s Head Cap Insignia This is a un-issued death\'s head cap insignia which would have been worn by members of the General and Waffen-SS. The badge is still in it\'s issue packet and appears to be un-finished as it does not have any retaining pins. The badge was produced by Deschler & Sohn with the makers code M1/52. The packet is also marked \"TOTENKOPF\" ( Death\'s head ).
Un-issued Waffen-SS Death\'s Head Cap Insignia This is a un-issued Death\'s head cap insignia which would have been worn by members of the General and Waffen-SS. This example is still in its original packet and appears to be un-finished as it does not have any retaining pins. The badge was produced by Deschler & Sohn and has the makers code M1/52. The packet is also marked \"TOTENKOPF\" ( Death\'s Head ).
Un-issued Waffen-SS Death\'s Head Cap Insignia A un-issued death\'s head insignia still in its paper packet. The badge appears to be un-finished as it does not appear to have its retaining pins. The badge was produced by Deschler & Sohn and has the makers code M1/52. The packet is also marked \"TOTENKOPF\" ( Death\'s Head ).
Un-issued Waffen-SS Death\'s Head Cap Insignia This is a un-issued death\'s head cap insignia which would have been worn by members of the General and Waffen-SS. The badge is still in its paper packet and appears to be un-finished as it does not appear to have any retaining pins. The badge was produced by Deschler & Sohn with the makers code M1/52. The packet is also marked \"TOTENKOPF\" ( Death\'s Head.
Un-issued Wirecutters Un-issued and are still sealed wirecutters, which are dated 1945. The wiirecutters are stamped with the war department arrow and are also marked with \"WD\". This example i have opened to show the what\'s inside the packaging. The item you buy will steal be sealed.
Un-issued Wirecutters Un-issued wirecutters which are still sealed in their original packaging. I have opened this example to reveal the packaging and the wirecutters. The wirecutters are stamped with the war department arrow and are also marked \"WD\". They also dated 1945. The item you buy will still be sealed.
Un-issued Wirecutters Un-issued wirecutters which are still sealed. I have opened this example to show the wirecutters, which are stamped with the war department arrow, WD marked and dated 1945. The item you buy will still be sealed.
Unissued Packet of Rhein - KonigTobacco A nice example of an unissued packet of tobacco from Rhein - Konig. The packet contains 50 grams of tobacco and the paper seal is still uncut. The paper seal has an eagle and swastika and is marked \"Steuerbegunftigt\".
Unissued Packt of Tobacco A unissued 50 gram paper packet of tobacco. The paper packet has torn in places. However sellotape has been used to stop from taring even more. The paper seal is still intact and is marked with an eagle and swastika and \" Steuerbegunftigt\"
Unit Badged 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is a unit badged 1940 pattern battle dress blouse belonging to Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers ( REME ) with the divisional shield of GHQ Middle East. The Divisional shield is of the 1946 pattern who's command territories included Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Cyprus, Sudan, Aden, British Somaliland, Iraq, the Persian Gulf, East Africa, Crete and Greece. The battle dress also has a brass trade badge of a hamer and pincers which would come and group "D" trades. The BD has been tailored to the shoulders is date 1945, manufactured by the "Dunlop Rubber Co.Ltd" and is size stamped 13. The BD also has the letter date code "Z" for 1945.
United Nations Medal ( Korea ) This is the United Nations medal awarded to all English speaking nations who's military personal saw action in Korea.
United States Marine Corps Flag A united States Marine Corps Flag
Utility Strap This is a utiltiy strap which is either dated 1962 or 1982, with a maker's stamp "W.A.T."
V.A.D Transport Shoulder Titles A pair of Voluntary Aid Detachment driver's shoulder titles. The V.A.D. Was a voluntary organisation which consisted of voluntary medical personnel working in field hospitals overseas and within the United Kingdom.
V.A.D. Ambulance Shoulder Titles A pair of V.A.D. Ambulance shoulder titles worn by members of the Mobile Voluntary Aid Detachment. Which was a organisation which consisted of voluntary medical personnel which operated in field hospitals, overseas and within the United Kingdom.
Variable Flak Jacket This is the variable type flak jacket designed especially for ground troops. This example is dated 1969 is DSA numbered and retains both of its original labels The jacket was produced by \" CARBORUNDUM COMPANY \" Unfortunately it is missing its ceramic plates.
Vehicle First Aid Box This is a vehicle first aid box ( Verbandkasten ), which was carried by all German fighting vehicles. This example is in excellant condition retaining all of it's green paint and the word "Verbandkasten" with the Red Cross emblem stencilled on the lid. The first aid box also retains the original contents label and one of the aluminium storage racks which was used to secure the first aid bandages.
Vehicle First Aid Box A vehicle first aid box which still retains its contents label on the inside of the lid. The lid also has its rubber seal with the top stencilled with the Red Cross symbol and the word "Verbandkasten" The box also has 60% of its tan paint remaining.
Verkehrs-Aufsicht Armband This is a traffic control armband, worn by personal from any branch of service or para-military formations including NSKK whom where appointed to control and direct civilian and military traffic.
Victorian British Rifle Officers Busby ( part of item No 52785 ) This is the busby belonging to the rifle officers tunic item number 52785. The busby is in good condition. However it is missing the Regiments Cap badge and does have some minor damage. The makers details are still present with the Queens crown ( Victoria ). The maker was Hawkes & Co, London, Piccadilly. The leather chinstrap is still attached but missing one button.
Victorian British Rifle Regiment Tunic Busby This an extremely rare and excellant condition tunic and busby belonging to an officer of the Rifles.The tunic has two internal pocket slashes to allow the wearer to put additional metarial like straw for extra warmth. The Tunic has the officers aiguillette still attached. ( Please see next addition for Busby . Item number 52786 )
Vietnam Medal Group This is Vietnam medal group consisting of five medals awarded to a marine veteran. The medals consist of the following, Navy & Marine Achievement medal, Marine long service, good conduct medal, Marine Reserve Service medal, National Defence Medal and the Armed Forces Marine Reserve Medal.
Vietnam Service Medal This is a Vietnam service medal which was awarded by the South Vietnamese government to all U.S. military advisors whom had completed six months service.
Vietnam Service Medal With 1960 Clasp This is a Vietnam service medal which was awarded by the South Vietnamese government to all U.S. military advisors whom had completed six months service.
Vietnam Shoulder Title A Vietnam shoulder title, which was mainly worn by U.S. military special forces advisors.
Vietnam Shoulder Title This is a Vietnam shoulder title, which was worn by U.S. military special forces advisors.
Vietnamese Identity Card This is an Vietnamese identity card which dates from 1952.
Visor Cap Eagle Insignia This is a metal eagle insignia for the visor cap ( schirmmutzen ). The eagle is in good condition retaining all of its three pins.
VLKSM Membership Badge This is a early Soviet VLKSM membership enamelled lapel badge of Lenin. The VLKSM was the Young Communist League.
VLKSM Membership Lapel Badge This is the later version of the VLKSM membership badge. The VLKSM was the Young Communist League.
Voluntary Aid Detachment Badge This is a mobile Voluntry Aid detachment badge which was an voluntary organisation. Which consisted of medical personnel working in field hospitals overseas and within the United Kingdom.
Waffen SS General\'s Single Collar Patch This is an extremely nice example of SS Generals single collar patch with the rank of SS-Brigadefuhrer ( Major-General ). The reverse of the patch still retains its RZM label.
Waffen SS General\'s Single Collar Patch This is a single SS generals removeable collar patch which was worn on the white summer tunic. The patch still retains its four mini fastners which allowed the collar patches to be removed from the tunic for cleaning. The rank of the collar patch is SS-Bridgadefuhrer ( Major-General ).
Waffen SS General\'s Single Shoulder Board This is a removeable SS generals single shoulder board with the rank of SS-Brigadefuhrer ( Major-General ). The shoulder board has two mini hooks which allowed the item to be fastened to the shoulder seam of the white summer tunic.
Waffen SS Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched in type panzer shoulder straps with the rank of SS-Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS Artillery Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched in type Waffen-SS artillery officers shoulder straps which hold the rank of SS-Utersturmfuhrer ( Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS M43 Cap I believe this to be a private purchase Waffen-SS M43 cap made from Italian army material. The cap\'s lining is silk lined heavily stained and has the Italian makers stamp. I believe the cap was either commissioned by a senior NCO, or an officer.
Waffen-SS Arm Band This example is printed with the words \"Jm Dienst der Waffen-SS\" ( In service of the Waffen-SS ). This type of arm band was worn by non-German foreign auxiliares from the Eastern territories.
Waffen-SS Armourer NCO's Badge This is a good example of a Waffen-SS armouer NCO's badge ( Waffenunterfuhrer ). The badge was introduced sometime in 1937.
Waffen-SS Bevo Cap Insignia A bevo Waffen-SS cap insignia, which is still attached to the cap material.
Waffen-SS Concentration Unit Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of early shoulder straps with matt silver braids, piped in light brown for concentration units on a black doe skin underlay. The shoulder straps hold the rank of Oberstrumbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
Waffen-SS Death's Head Cap Insignia I believe this to be a un-finished Waffen-SS death's head cap insignia, as the retaining pins do not appear to have been added. The insignia has the makers code M1/52 ( Deschler & Sohn and is also marked "RZM"
Waffen-SS Edelweiss Sleeve Badge This is the Waffen-SS Edelweiss sleeve badge, which would have been worn by Waffen-SS mountain troops such as Prinz Eugen and Handschar divisions.
Waffen-SS Edelwiess Burgmutz Badge This is a Waffen-SS Edelwiess burgmutz ( Mountain Cap ) badge which was worn by members of the Waffen-SS mountian division "Prinz Eugen". The badge is still attached to a piece of fieldgrey cloth which has been directly cut from the mountain cap.
Waffen-SS Fatique Denim Tunic A very nice and quite rare Waffen-SS fatique denim tunic which is in excellant condition. The tunic has the usual size stampings ( not shown ). The makers name is stamped with the date " OSTLANA, FREIBURG/Schls. 1940. The right sleeve has the rank pip of an Oberschutze ( Private First Class ).
Waffen-SS Generals Collar Patches A very rare example of an un-issued pair of an Waffen-SS generals collar patches with the rank of Oberfuhrer ( Brigadier General ). The patches are still attached to their wired cord which is tied to its issue tag which reads \"Original-probe des SS-Abzeichens, SS-Oberfuhrer alu.best. ( art.nr.114 ) Dachau, den 194?. Der Chef des V.U.W.Hauptamtes I.A. The collar patches was produced at Dachau concentration camp and the 3rd digit of the date is unclear it is either 1940 or 1943. The issue tag has the signature of an SS-Hauptstrumfuhrer ( Captain ). The wire cord still retains its lead seal which is waffenampted and on the reverse has the makers code F.132 ( Franz Reischauer ). There is also a metal tag attached to the cord which is marked \"PRIMA\".
Waffen-SS Generals Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of Waffen-SS generals removeable collar patches, which would have been worn on the white summer tunic. The rank of the collar patches is that of a Obergruppenfuhrer ( General ). This particular pattern was worn uptil 1942 after which an Obergruppenfuhrer had two pips on the collar patch.
Waffen-SS General\'s Collar Patches A pair of un-issued Waffen-SS general\'s collar patches with still retain the makers paper seal. The paper seal has the serial number 4761. This example of general\'s collar patches where that worn by Gruppenfuhrer ( Lieutenant-General )between 1942 to 1945.
Waffen-SS General\'s Collar Patches A pair of un-issued Waffen-SS general\'s collar patches which still have their paper seal with the serial number 4768. This example of General\'s collar patches are of the type worn by a Obergruppenfuhrer ( General ) between 1942 to 1945.
Waffen-SS Gotz Von Berlichingen Cuff Title This is the cuff title worn by members of the Waffen-SS Panzer Grenadier Division, Gotz Von Berlichingen. The lettering and silver borders are made of aluminium thread. The Division was first raised in France autumn 1943 from training and replacement units and some Balkan Volksdeutsche. It saw action in Normandy, Carantan, Avranches. The division was withdrawn to Paris, Metz where is was rebuilt. It then saw action in the Saar area where it was badly mauled. It then took part in operation Nordwind ( Alasce ). Where it was forced back into Bavaria via Rimlingen, Schwetzengen, Nurnberg and then surrender to U.S. Forces near Achensee on 7th May 1945.
Waffen-SS M40 S/D Helmet This is an excellant example of a single decal Waffen-SS M40 helmet. The helmet has a dark green finish with over 90% of the decal remaining. The helmet has the original owners name and rank \"Sturmann Helse\" ( Lance-Corporal ). The shell size is Q64, with the batch number 61491. The chinstrap is SS marked with a faint makers code and date \"SW40\".
Waffen-SS M40 Single Decal Camouflage Helmet This is a extremely rare camouflage single decal Waffen-SS helmet. The SS decal has been partly painted over, but still clearly visible. The liner has a few rips but complete and the chinstrap has the makers stamp \" H.WANNWERKE.AG. Bielfeld\" and dated 1941.
Waffen-SS M43 Cap Insignia This is Waffen-SS cap M43 cap insignia, which is good condition.
Waffen-SS M44 Uniform ( Totenkopf ) PART 1 This is a Waffen-SS M44 uniform which consists of Blouse and Trouser. The collars patches are that of the Waffen-SS Regiment Totenkopf ( Death\'s Head ). The uniform is modelled on British battledress. The blouse and trousers are both size marked and are also stamped \" SS-BW\". On the right breast there is award loop.The rank on the uniform is that of Scharfuhrer ( Sergeant ). I am showing the uniform under two listings marked PART 1 and PART 2.
Waffen-SS M44 Uniform ( Totenkopf ) PART 2 PART2. Sleeve eagle and M44 Trousers.
Waffen-SS Mountain Troops Edelweiss Sleeve Insignia This is the the Sleeve insignia worn by members of the Waffen-SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgsjager-Division Prinz Eugen and 13th Gebirgsjager-Division Handschar. This example is still attached to part of the sleeve material.
Waffen-SS Officers Cap Eagle This is an embroided Waffen-SS officers cap eagle, which still retains its paper backing.
Waffen-SS Officers Collar Patches A pair of Waffen-SS officers collar patches with the rank of Sturmbannfuhrer ( Major ). The runic collar patch has started to oxidize.
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of extremely rare un-issued Waffen-SS officers shoulders which are piped light-grey. The light-grey branch of service piping was for the Waffen-SS main office and High command departments under the authority of the Reichfuhrer Heydrich Himmler. The shoulder boards still retain their paper seal which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO, Z43.Stk. Jnhalt, obr 564. Bestell-Nr 771\". The rank of the shoulder boards are that of a Sturmbannfuhrer ( major ).
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Boards ( Der Fuhrer ) A set of rare Waffen-SS officers shoulder boards belonging to the Der Furhrer regiment, which was part The Das Reich Division. The shoulder boards are black doe skin base, which are piped white for Infantry. The rank of the shoulder boards are that of a Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The \"DF\" cyphers are tarnished bronze.
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitch-in type Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps which are piped white for Infantry and have the rank of Obersturmbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps ( Mountain Troops ) A nice set of stitched in type Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps with the rank of Obersturmbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant Colonel ). The branch of service piping is green for mountain troops.
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps ( LAH ) A extremely good pair of stitched in type Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps with the rank Obersturmbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant-Colonel ), belonging to the Waffen-SS Regiment Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter. The LAH and rank cyphers have both started to oxidize with age.
Waffen-SS Officers Sleeve Eagle This is a bevo aluminium thread Waffen-SS officers sleeve eagle which has been removed from its tunic and still retains its paper backing.
Waffen-SS Police Identity Disc This is a extremely rare identity disc belonging to a member of the 1st SS Polizei Panzerjager Abeitlung 4 ( 1st Waffen-SS Police Tank Hunting Unit 4 ). The 1st SS Polizei Panzerjager was formed in April 1944. The identity disc reads \" 1/SS-POL-PZ-JG.4.\" with the personal number 182.
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single waffen-SS collar patch, which holds the rank of Schutze and Oberschutze ( Junior and Senior Private )
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS single rank collar patch, which holds the rank of Schutze and Oberschutze ( Junior and Senior Private ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS collar patch, which retains its \"RZM\" paper label. The rank of the collar patch is that of a Schutze and Obershutze ( Junior and Senior Private ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS collar patch with the rank of Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS rank collar patch, with the rank of Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patches Five Waffen-SS rank collar patches which still retain their paper seal and where originally part of a box containing 24 collar patches 4 packs of five and one pack of 4. I have decided to sell the packs separately and have included a picture of the box in the listing. The box and each pack of collar patches have the serial number 50381. Please not the price is only for one pack of collar patches. The box is not included.
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patches Five waffen-SS rank collar patches which are still sealed and where originally part of a box containing 24 collar patches, four packs holding five and one holding 4. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I included a picture of the original box in the listing. The box and each pack of collar patches are serial numbered 50381. Please note the price is for one pack of collar patches only. The box is not included in the sell.
Waffen-SS Rank Sleeve Insignia This is a Waffen-SS rank sleeve insignia, which has the rank of Sturmann ( Lane Corporal ). This example is mid to late-war due to it's grey coloured braid.
Waffen-SS Single Decal M40 Helmet A good example of a Waffen-SS single decal M40 helmet, which is size stamped 58. The decal is 98% intact and the helmet has the makers code "Q" ( F.W.Quist Gmbh ). The batch number is "DN307". The helmet is missing its chinstrap.
Waffen-SS Sleeve Eagle This is an un-issued bevo sleeve eagle which is gold in colour.
Waffen-SS Sleeve Eagle This is the 1st patttern Waffen-SS sleeve eagle.
Waffen-SS Totenkopf Officer's Single Collar Patch This is a single collar patch belongong to a Waffen-SS officer of the Totenkopf regiment. The collar patch still retains it paper "RZM" label.
Waffen-SS Totenkopf Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of Waffen-SS Totenkopf officers stitched in type shoulder straps which have numeral cypher \"1\". Totenkopf Regiment was numbered 1 to 17. In October 1943, Himmler decided that Waffen-SS units and specialist personnel were adequately identified by collar patches, cuff titles and sleeve diamonds and he forbade the wearing of shoulder-strap numerals and cyphers for the duration of the war. The only exception was the Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, whose members retained their LAH monograms. The shoulder-straps hold the rank of Utersturmfuhrer ( Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS Totenkopf Regiment Single Collar Patch This is an embroidered death's head single collar patch beloning to the Waffen-SS regiment Totenkopf ( Death's Head ). The collar patch has been removed from the tunic and the patch has suffered with some moth damage, exposing the hessian backing.
Waffen-SS Un-issued Cap Death's Head Cap Insignia This is a un-issued Waffen-SS, death's head cap insignia still in its issue packet. The packet is stamped with the makers code and name " M1/52, Deschler & Sohn". The packet is also stamped "Totenkopf" ( Death's Head ). The actual badge is marked "RZM, M1/52". I believe that the badge is unfinished as it does not have its retaining pins.
Waffen-SS Un-issued Death's Head Cap Insignia This is a un-issued Waffen-SS death's head cap insignia still in its issue packet. The packet is stamped with the makers code and name "M1/52, Deschler & Sohn". The packet is also stamped "Totenkopf" (Death's Head ). The actual badge is marked "RZM, M1/52". I believe that the badge is un-finished as it does not have it's retaining pins.
Waffen-SS Unit Collar Patch ( Handschar ) This is a single unit collar patch belonging to 13th SS Gebirgsjager Division "Handschar "which consisted of Bosnian muslims.
Waffenrock Collar This appears to be a unused collar for a army parade tunic ( waffenrock ). The collar has the branch of service piping red for artillery. It is in mint unissued condition.
War Merit Cross A good example of the War Merit cross which was award to military personal for meritorious service without being directly under enemy fire. The reverse for the medal reads " Fur Kriegs Verdeinst" ( For War Service ).
War Merit Cross 2nd Class Bronze Without Swords This is a War Merit cross 2nd class, bronze without swords. Which was awarded to civilian and military personnel who have performed outstanding service in the furtherance of the war effort. The medal was introduced 18th October 1939.
War Merit Cross, Bronze 2nd Class With Swords This is medal was institued on 18th October 1939 and was awarded to civilian and military personnel for bravey which occurred not in the face of the enemy.
War Veterans Schirmmutze This is a good example of a WW1 War Veterans peaked cap. In 1938 the Nazi party created the Nationalsozialistisches Reichskriegerbund ( NS-RKB ). This example would have been worn by the Lowest rank within the organisation and is a size 58, still retaining its diamond shaped label.
Wartime Italian 8mm Rifle & Machine Gun ammunition Five inert rounds of Italian 8mm rifle and machine gun ammunition. U.K. Sales only.
Wash Board This is a aluminium wash board, which would have been used by individual soldiers to wash their cloths. The board is "D.R.G.M." marked.
Water Jerry Can This is a 20 Litre Water jerry can, which has been resprayed by an re-enactor. However the can is in excellant condition without any rust or corrosion. The can is dated 1943 and has the word "WASSER" stamped into the side, which translates to "WATER". The jerry is also stamped with the word "Wehrmacht" ( Armed Forces ).
Water Purifying Unit This is a rare water purifying unit, which is totally complete including water purifying tablets still in their jars. The unit still has it's instruction labels attached to the inside of the doors. It seems to be in working condition, however i have not tried to see if it actually works. I do not see why it would not. It also has it's original carrying straps. It was manufactured by "KATADYN".
Waterbottle & Cavalry Carrier A standard waterbottle with a mint and rarer cavalry carrier. The waterbottle carrier is dated 1940.
Waterbottle Set This is a waterbottle set consisting of a 1965 dated plastic waterbottle with a 1963 dated M1942 drinking cup and a M1956 pouch, which is dated 1964.
Waterbottle Set This is waterbottle set consisting of a 1970 dated plastic bottle M1942 drinking cup which is stamped "U.S." and maker marked "W.C.W". The set also comes with a 1970 dated M1956 pouch.
Waterbottle Set This is a waterbottle set consisting of a1962 dated M1910 pattern waterbottle, a non-marked M1910 drinking cup and a M1956 pouch with data markings.
Waterbottle Set A waterbottle set consisting of a 1965 dated plastic waterbottle a M1942 drinking cup and a M1967 nylon pouch. The pouch does have some faint data markings.
Waterproof Bag For Gasmasks This is a waterproof chemical biological bag to keep a gasmask dry. The bag is complete with rubber band packet
Wehrmacht Don Cossack Tunic and Cap A very rare item to add to any collection. This is an Army M42 tunic with the insignia of a Don Cossack volunteer. The tunic is in very, very good condition without any moth damage.The lining is artifical silver silk, with the same lining on the inside of the cossack shoulderboards. There are no internal markings whatsoever. The left sleeve has the Cossack shield with the colours, blue and red. The collar patches are the distinctive crossed white spears on a red background with a olive green underlay and a grey bevo breast eagle on the right chest. The cap which is included with the tunic has the Wehrmacht cap insignia which has been stitched to the Cossack cap which has a red top with a gold cross.
Wehrmacht Belt & Buckle This is a mid-war leather belt which has been shortened to approximately a 34\" waist, with a steel buckle.
Wehrmacht Bicycle This is a Wehrmacht issue bicycle in untouched condition, complete with rack, tool pouch, pump, ammunition tin holder and bell. The bicycle's serial number "10831" is located on the frame just below the saddle. The dymano light's where manufactured by Bosch and are in working condition. The inner tubes do need to be replaced however the tyre's are fine. The ammunition tin holder is still felt linned. Due to the size of the item, i will not send out of the U.K. and will be collection Only. However this can be arrange at any one of the Militaria Fairs which i regularly attend. The same pattern bicycle is illustrated in Uniforms and traditions of the German Army Volume 3 by John R. Angolia and Adolf Schlicht page 240.
Wehrmacht Bicycle Blanket Handle-Bar Clips A set of Wehrmacht bicycle blanket clips which was attached to the handle-bars to allow a additional blanket or equipment to be carried. The clips come with leather zeltbahn style straps.
Wehrmacht Bicycle Dynamo Set This is a Wehrmacht bicycle dynamo set consisting of two dynamos and front light. Both dynamos have their frame brackets and wiring
Wehrmacht Bicycle pump This is a working Wehrmacht issue bicycle pump.
Wehrmacht Bicycle Pump This is a Wehrmacht issue bicycle pump which has been over painted in Wehrmacht green.
Wehrmacht Boot Polish This is a cardboard tub of Wehrmacht issue boot polish. The lid of the tub is stamped " LEDERFETT, BARLO". It has also been stamped "Wehrmachttseigentum" and dated 15/3/44. The tub still contains its boot polish.
Wehrmacht Breadbag Strap This is a a un-issued Wehrmacht breadbag, strap in olive green. Which would have been issued to the Army, Artillery Marines and Waffen-SS troops.
Wehrmacht Comedy Book This is a a Wehrmacht issue comedy book which has a number of humourus stories. The title of the book is "Frontsoldaten Lachen" ( Front-Line Soldiers Laugh ). The book has a personal dedication which is dated May 1942.
Wehrmacht Drum, Drum Hanger & Drum Sticks This is a Wehrmacht drum complete with its brass drum hanger in a shape of a eagle. The black ebony sticks are maker marked \" Willy Wolfram\" and are still in their original black leather pouch which is maker marked \"Otto Sinder, Berlin 1941\". The drum skin is in excellant condition.
Wehrmacht Enlisted Man's Parade Bayonet A good example of a Wehrmacht enlisted man's parade bayonet manufactured by "PUMA, SOLINGEN". The blade is etched with Puma's logo of a Lion's head within a diamond. The bayonet comes with the parade light weight frog. U.K.Sales only.
Wehrmacht flavouring Packet This is a Wehrmacht issue flavouring packet, which is dated 14/03/1942 and was produced by Hermann Ederer
Wehrmacht Flavouring Packet This is a Wehrmacht issue flavouring packet, which is dated 1942 and was produced by Hermann Ederer.
Wehrmacht Foot Powder This is a packet of Wehrmacht issue foot powder produced by "PAYA".
Wehrmacht Hospital Pyjama Uniform This is a mint example of a Wehrmacht issue hospital uniform which was worn my injuried personal. The jacket has a faint makers mark and dated 1943. The trousers also have a faint makers mark but the date is clearly visible 1940. The braces are dated 1943.
Wehrmacht Issue Chocolate Sticks A packet of unissued wehrmacht chocolate sticks which are shaped like cigars. The paper seal is unbroken and reads "FUHRER GESCHENK, NUR FUR DIE FRONKTRUPP BESTIMMT"
Wehrmacht Issue Extendible Ruler This a Wehrmacht issue extendible ruler which is dated 1943 and still has it's cardboard box. The ruler is actually called "Armeemodell II" ( Army Model 2 ) and was produced by Rhoner Holzwarenfabrik.
Wehrmacht Issue Racksack This is a 1944 dated heavy duty canvas racksack which has had the flap lined with late-war SS camouflage material. The racksack has thin leather carrying straps with two brown leather Zeltbahn straps attached to the sides. The inside of the racksack is RB numbered.
Wehrmacht Issue Ruler/ Measuring Device This is a Wehrmacht isse measurring device to measure distances between point A to point B. The device also doubled as a ruler. The item comes in it's original case and was manufactured by "Albert Nestler ArG".
Wehrmacht Issue Stretcher This is a Wehrmacht issue collapsible stretcher in very good condition. A causality can be secured to the stretcher to prevent them from falling by two straps one for the legs and one for the chest. It also has a pouch on each end to allow a pillow to be placed. An example of this type of military stretcher is on display in the Berlin Air Raid Museum.
Wehrmacht Issue Thermometer This is Wehrmacht issue thermometer still in it's cardboard container which is stamped "Wehrmacht HEER" ( Armed Forces Army ).
Wehrmacht Issue Thermos This is extremely rare Wehrmacht issue thermos which is in excellant condition complete with it's cork stopper and rubber seal. Most examples currently on the markert tend to have the inners completely missing.
Wehrmacht Marksman Lanyard This is a nice example of the 1st pattern Marksman lanyard which was worn by army and Waffen-SS recipients.
Wehrmacht Paprika Packet This is a Wehrmacht Paprika packet which is dated 1941.
Wehrmacht Paprika Packet This is a Wehrmacht issue Paprika packet which is dated 1942.
Wehrmacht Puncture Repair Kit This is a puncture repair kit consisting of rubber a rubber strip to repair punctures on Wehrmacht bicycles. The packet still contains it's rubber strip and is dated 1944.
Wehrmacht Quick-Release Bicycle Handle-Bars This is a Wehrmacht quick-release bicycle handle-bars which are maker marked, however it is quite difficult to read. The handle-bars are in good condition retaining most of it's original black paint.
Wehrmacht Song & Story Book This is a Wehrmacht song and story book which is dated 1944.
Wehrmacht Vehicle Pennant This is Wehrmacht vehicle pennant, this is a late-war printed example in excellant condition.
Wehrmacht Wheat Sack This is a Wehrmacht wheat sack, which is dated 1940.
Wehrmacht Wheat Sack This is a 1943 dated Wehrmacht issue wheat sack. One side of the wheat sack is stamped with the Wehrmacht eagle and the other is stamped "H.VPFI"
Wehrpass The name of the original owner is Karl Ohnerorg whom was born on 31/10/1896 and was a member of the reserve Army with the rank of major.
Wehrpass A very good condition Wehrpas retaining its original owners photograph and details with personal letters.
Weimar Republic Commorative Great War Medal This is a un-official commorative medal which was awarded during the Weimar Republic by the War Veterans association ( Der Kyffhauser Bund). The front of the medal has the years 1914 to 1918 with the inscription "Fur Treue Im Weltkriege" ( For Loyalty in the World War ).
Welfare Medal This medal was instituted on 1.5.1939 and was known as The Honour Award for German Civil Welfare ( Das Ehrenzeichen Fur Deutsche Volkspflege ). The medal was awarded for meritorious service in welfare.
Welsh Guards A Welsh Guards embroided single shoulder title.
West Wall Medal This is the West Wall medal award to personal who helped construct and defend the wall. The reverse is inscripted \" Fur Arbeit Zum, Schutze Deutschlands\"
Westwall Medal This is a Westwall medal which was authorised on 2nd August 1939 as recongition of thanks for meritorious service in the building of the fortifications in western Germany.
Whermacht 6x30 Bincculars This is a Whermacht issue 6x30 binoculars which are stamped "Dienstaglas, 6x30, 41495, H/6400". The letter "H" stands for "HEER" ( Army ). The binoculars are also maker marked "cag" ( D.Swarovski, Glasfabrik u. Tyrolit-Schleifmittelwerke ). The optics do need some attention as they have some black specks.
White Cotton Sling This is a white cotton sling, which would have been part fo the contents for a vehicle First Aid Box ( Verbandkasten ) or medics pouch.
Winter Cap This is an extremely rare World War One pattern cap in cotton duck lined with wool material, mostly seen on service troops. The cap slighty modified from the the World War one pattern before the Second World War and was issued until 1943, where it was replaced by the Pile Field Cap.
Wirecutters & Pouch This is in fact Norwegian army wirecutters which are identical to the U.S. pattern and are in mint un-issued condition. The pouch is U.S. issue and dated 1967.
Wireless Set No38 This is a good example of a Wireless set 38, consisting of an four part antenna, earphones, throat-mike, junction box and carrying harness. The earphones are carrying harness are both dated 1943 and 1944. The wireless Set was used to section to company communications radio.
Wound Badge This is a black wound badge, with only traces of the original black paint remaining. The reservse of the badge has a maker's code "81" ( Gebr. Ponsgen AG ).
Wound Badge This is actually a black wound badge with only traces of the black paint remaining.
Wound Powder A packet of wound powder.
Writing Pad for Map and Target Positioning. This is a writing pad for taking notes of various features and target positioning. The pad has examples of all the symbols used by Wehrmacht personal when map reading.
WW1 British Identity Bracelet This is a identity bracelet which was a private purchase item commonly worn by senior NCO's and officers. This example is name to a Staff Sergeant J. Hobson. R.A.M.C. ( Royal Army Medical Corps".
WW1 British Shell Casing This is a 1917 dated British shell casing which is marked "F.RE.51.L17X, T.B.10.17. I believe the number 10 is the month of manufacture. U.K.Sales only.
WW1 British SMLE Brass Oil Bottle This is a WW1 SMLE brass oil bottle, which the bass is marked with war department arrow and maker marked "EFD" for Enfield. The cap appears to have the original owners personal service number.
WW1 Cavalry Pouches A nice set of WW1 Cavalry ammunition pouches which would have also been issued to artillery personal. The WW1 cavalry pouch became the standard issue ammunition pouch for the Wehrmacht during 1930's. The pouches are both in excellant condition, both maker marked and dated 1915. They also retain their cell dividers.
WW1 French Horizon Blue Sidecap. A very good example of a French army horizon blue sidecap. The cap has the original owners name "TRAO" and a size stamp which is either a 54 or 56.
WW1 French M15 Adrian Helmet This is a French M15 adrian helmet which has the branch of service badge, a flaming bomb, which identifies it as a Infantry helmet. This example has been professionally repainted and the liner and chinstrap are later replacements.
WW1 French M15 Adrian Helmet This is a WW1 French M15 adrian helmet which has the flaming bomb badge which identifies the branch of service as Infantry. The helmet is in original untouched condition.
WW1 French M15 Adrian Helmet This is a French Engineers helmet with the emblem of a Greek/Roman helmet and breast plate with the initials \"RF\". The helmet retains over 60% of its horizon blue paint. The liner has dried and still retains part of its aluminium band. The chinstrap is missing.
WW1 French M15 Adrian Helmet Cover This is an extremely rare cotton helmet cover for the WW1 French M15 Adrian helmet. This example is in very good condition maker marked and dated 1917. The helmet is for illustration only, which shows how the helmet cover looks when worn and is not part of the listing.
WW1 French M15 Souvenir Helmet This is a French M15 helmet which was given to WW1 French army veterans who saw action during the Great War. A brass plate with the inscription " Soldat De La Grande Guerre 1914-1918" ( Soldier of the Great War ) has been revitted to the visor. The shell has been repainted, retaining the flaming bomb badge for Army with the letters "RF" ( Republic of France ). The shell still retains a chinstrap
WW1 German 08 Binculars This is a very good example of a German 08 binculars still in their original presstoff carrier. The carrier still retains its paper label in the lid and is titled \" Gebrauchsanweisung fur das Fernglas 08 \". The binoculars are marked \" Fernglas 08, Emil Busch A-G Rathenog, 104182\". The leather carrying strap is a replacement, which are attached to the original metal dust cover. The optics are crystal clear.
WW1 German Court Mounted 4 Medal Group This is a nice example of a German court mounted 4 medal group consisting of Iron cross 2nd Class, The Bavaria Medal of Bravery 1866, The Merit Cross for War aid and the War Cross for direct participation during the Great War. The medals come with a certificate dated 1918.
WW1 German Denim Fatique Tunic This is an extremely rare item a mint un-issued German fatique tunic, which still retains its size markings and is also stamped \" LW HS \"
WW1 German Egg Grenade This is a semi-relic and enert egg grenade which is missing its fuse.
WW1 German Fighting Knife This is a WW1 German fighting knife. The letter "K" has been carved into the right wooden hand grip. The scabbard is in good condition with the leather still relatively soft after nearly 100 years. The blade has no maker's markings. U.K. Sales Only
WW1 German Iron Cross A 2nd class Iron Cross which has the dates 1813 and 1914 has the Letter \" W \" ( Wilhelm ) and the imperial crown.
WW1 German Jack Boots A very nice pair of jack boots. The boots are full studded side stitched seams and are approixmately a size 10.
WW1 German Pioneers Axe This is a Pioneers axe which is maker marked "MW" The handle has sufferred with woodworm, however this has been treated.
WW1 German Reproduction Shirt This is a WW1 reproduction German shirt which is a size 48. The shirt has boot print on it's chest. However this should be able to wash or bleach out.
WW1 German Shell Casing This is a 1915 dated German shell casing which has the following markings. "st, 163, 1915, SP4, MAI, GFSP". U.K.Sales only.
WW1 German Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of regimental numbered German shoulder boards which are red chain stitched witht he regimental number 56.
WW1 German Torch This is a very nice example of a WW1 German torch, which still retains over 60% of it's paint and it's leather button securing strap. The torch is maker marked "HASSIA".
WW1 German Waterbottle This is a WW1 German waterbottle, which is missing its straps and the felt covering has suffered with moth damage. However the metal and cock stopper is still present and the data tag which gives the maker and date is still visible. Unfortunately the details are to faint to read.
WW1 German Zeltbahn This is a very good example of a WW1 German tent quarter/poucho ( Zeltbahn). The zeltbahn is unit marked \" III.B.21.3.Komp\" ( 3rd Battalion, 21st Regtiment, 3rd Company ). The zeltbhan has been re-issued during the Reichwehr period and has been unit marked \"A/btlb.J.Rgt.20\" and dated 1925.
WW1 Imperial German Navy Cap This is an extremely rare item which has come from a private collection and has been stamped so. The cap has had a minor repair on its crown, otherwise it is in extremely good condition. The cap band reads \" MARINESTATION DER NORDSEE \" ( Navy station North Sea ). The personal would either man shore based batteries or observation posts. The cockade is of the Prussian state colours.
WW1 Iron Cross 1st Class A good example of a non-maker marked Iron Cross 1st class. Unfortunately the pin retaining hook has broke away.
WW1 Period Binoculars A nice example of a WW1 period binoculars. This example has extendable sun shades and have good optics.
WW1 Prussian Guard Officers Sword This is a rare Prussian Guard officers sword, which is maker marked "W.K.C." ( Weyersberg Kirschbaum & Co ). The sword has the Prussian eagle handguard and the imperial coat of arms on the handle. The leather forefinger strap is still attached. Unfortunately the scabbard is missing, however the overall condition of the sword is excellant. U.K.Sales only.
WW1 Shell Casing This is a unknown shell casing which i believe to be WW1 vintage. The only marking on the casing is a letter "C", which appears to have a crown above it. The primer is marked with the number "28". U.K.Sales only.
WW1 Style British Army Hobnailed Boots These are in fact Royal Navy deck boots which have been altered to resemble WW1 British army ammunition boots. This has been done by adding studds, heel plates and a studs on the top of the foot of the boot. The boots are a size 7.
WW1 U.S Officers Visor Cap A good example of a U.S. Army Officers visor cap which has the makers coat of arms ( Henderson ) on the sweat band. The gold silk lining has worn, however the leather sweatband is still quite supple.
WW1 U.S. M-1910 Uniform This is a M-1910 cotton uniform which is identical to the M-1912 pattern uniform. The uniform consists of tunic and breeches. The breeches have a stain on the right leg and are a lighter shade of khaki. The collar disc insignia is that of the National army 1917 pattern. The cross rifles are of the branch of serive indicating Infantry.
WW1 U.S. Enlisted Man\'s Visor Cap This is an extremely rare and hard to find U.S. Army enlisted man\'s visor cap which was only permitted to be worn when on garrison. The hat is made of olive drab wool, brown leather visor and brown chinstrap, which has torn. The leather sweatband has become unstitched.
WW1 U.S. Marine Corps M-1917 Pattern Tunic This is a very nice examle of the U.S. marine Corps M-1917 pattern tunic which has the marine corps buttons and collar disc emblem. The tunic retains its original makers label, which is also stamped \"PHILA.DEPOT\".
WW1 U.S. Officers Garrison Cap A good example of a U.S. officers garrison cap. The cap does not have any moth damage. However the lining has frayed. The left side of the cap has two holes for the rank rank bars, which appears to have been for a captain.
WW1 U.S. Officers Tunic This is a very nice example of a private purchase U.S. officers tunic belonging to the 5th Infantry Regiment. The tunic has sterling silver rank bars with the rank of captain. The tunic was produced by M.BERMAN Ltd, 18 Irving Street, Leicester Square, London, England.
WW1 U.S.M.C. Other Ranks Dress Blues This is a rare WW1 U.S. Marine Corps dress blue uniform consisting of tunic and trousers. The tunic has the rank chevrons of a corporal and the pistol marksman award. The brass buttons are all made by \" Horstmann of Philadelphia\". The collar is missing the Marine Corps insignia. The trousers have the original owners name and date written inside \" H.L.COWLES 1918\". The trousers are also stamped \" QUARTERMASTER, U.S.Marine Corps 1915-18\".
WW1 Veterans Armband This is a pre-Third Reich Kyfffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ) armband,
WW1 Veterans Armband This is the WW1 veterans armband belonging to the Nazi sponsored Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ),
WW1 Veterans Armband This is an amrband belonging to a member of the Nationalsozialistisches Reichkriegerbund ( NS-RKB ), which was created on the 4th March 1938 and was the only WW1 Veterans association allowed to exist after that date.
WW1 Veterans Cap Badge A centre piece of a WW1 veterans cap badge.
WW1 Veterans Cap Insignia This is a pre-Third Reich era, cap badge worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Cap Insignia This is a pre-Third Reich era cap insignia worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Label Badge This is a pre-Third Reich era enamalled label badge worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Label Badge This an enamalled label badge, worn by members of the Nationalsozialistisches Reichkriegerbund ( NS-RKB ), which absorbed members of all former War Veterans Associations.
WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap Eagle This is an early peaked cap eagle worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ). This example has the eagle\'s head facing to the left, which is rare as the standard Third Reich eagles, face to the right. One of the retaining pins is missing.
WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap Eagle This is a peaked cap eagle worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ). This example is missing both of its retaining pins.
WW1 War Veterns Support Association Sleeve Badge This is a WW1 war veterns suppourt association bevo sleeve badge ( Kyffhauserbund ).
WW2 1st Marine Division Badge This is a WW2 produced 1st Marine Badge. WW2 examples have are slightly smaller and has a different backing then the post-war examples.
WW2 6th Marine Division This is a WW2 produced 6th Marine Division badge. Which has a different backing to post-war produced examples.
WW2 Five Medal Miniature Grouping This is a five medal miniature grouping consisting of the following medals. 1939 to 1945 star, Africa star with 8th Army bar, Defence medal, War medal and the Territorial army medal. Unfortunately there is no documentation to whom the medals belonged.
WW2 German Blanket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A good pair of blanket lined mittens, which still have their toggle and leather tab.
WW2 German Boot Knife A good example of the issue boot knife as used by German troops in WW2. The knife is in good condition with a letter "S" marking the blade. The scabbard has most of its original black paint, however one of the three prongs has snapped off. U.K.Sales Only
WW2 German Reproduction M43 Trousers A very high quality reproduction German M43 trousers produced by Michael Janke of Germany. Many of Michael Janke's reproduction uniforms are on display in various well known museums throught the world and are highly sort after by living-history re-enactors. The trousers are exact in every detail including the use of original buttons. The trousers are approximately a size 36" waist and 32" leg.
WW2 Hungarian Army Ankle Boots Extremely rare pair of Hungarian army brown leather ankle boots in excellant condition.
ww2 Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Flight Boots A good example of a pair of flight boots as worn by Luftwaffe fighter pilots. The boots are fur lined which has worn away in places. The rubber soles are also worn and made by Continental. The leather is in good condition and the boots are approximately as size 8 UK ( continental 40).
WW2 Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Fur Lined Gloves A pair of leather fur lined gloves for a Luftwaffe fighter pilot. The gloves are in excellant condition the blue press stud buttons are in all working condition and the gloves still retain the "RB" number label.
WW2 Ribbon Bar This is a WW2 ribbon bar consisting of four campaign awards, starting from left to right, 1939 to 1945 Star, Africa Star with the number 8, for service with the 8th Army, Italy Star and the 1939 to 1945 War Medal
WW2 Ribbon Bar This is a WW2 ribbon bar consisting of five campaign awards starting from left to right, 1939 to 1945 Star, Africa Star, with the number 1 for service with the 1st Army, Third award i can not identify, 1939 to 1945 Defence Medal and a 1939 to 1945 War Medal with oak leaf ( mentioned in despatches ).
WW2 Ribbon Bar This is a WW2 medal ribbon bar consisting of four campaign awards start from left to right, 1939 to 1945 star, Africa Star with the number 8 for service in the 8th Army, Italy Star and France and Germany Star.
Y-Strapes A good set of leather Y-Strapes, which are in excellant condition.
Y-strapes A nice set of Y-strapes. This example is non-dated or maker marked.
Y-Strapes A good set of Y-strapes. The leather is in excellant condition.
Y-Strapes A good set of leather Y-strapes. The leather is in excellant condition.
Y-Strapes A good set of leather Y-Strapes which are "RB" numbered. The leather is in excellant condition.
Y-Straps A set of 1943 dated Y-Straps which are marker marked "KKD" ( Wilhelm Stern KG. Lederwarenfabrik ).
Yugoslavian M53/MG42 Light Machine Gun This is a Yugoslavian copy of the German MG42 light machine gun. The Yugoslavian verison is almost identical to the German wartime examples with very minor differences. The Yugoslavian verison does not have a Anti-Aircraft socket for the AA spider sight and will have Yugoslavian markings. However it is the same calibre as the German examples 7.92mm. It is also a quarter of the price of a wartime example. The 44 number stamped on the receiver is not the date but the number of the state factory ( Zavodi Crvena Zastava ). which produced the weapon. U.K.Sales only
Yugoslavian M56 Submachine Gun This is a Yugoslavian M56 submachine gun which is fitted with a folding stock similar to the German MP40 submachine gun. This example comes with its original leather sling. U.K.Sales only.
Zeltbahn Bakelite Tent Peg I Currently have a number of baklite Zeltbahn pegs all with wartime dates and codes, all in good condition. 10 each
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a steel Zeltbahn tent peg, which is non-maker marked and dated.
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a 1941 dated Zeltbahn steel tent peg, which is maker marked "gyq" ( Anton Wingen Jun ).
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a Zeltbahn steel tent peg, which is dated 1941 and has a unknown maker's mark.
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a zeltbahn steel tent peg which is dated 1940 and maker marked "S" ( DNAG, Dynamit AG ).
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a zeltbahn steel tent peg which is dated 1940 and maker marked "WAL" ( Pulverfabrik, Walsrode, R. Wolff & Co ).
Zeltbahn steel Tent pegs A have a number of steel zeltbahn pegs all mainly dated 1941. 10 each
Zippo Lighter This is a Zippo lighter is inscribed with "VIETNAM, PHU BAI 64-65" It is also inscribed with the general sentiment of U.S. soldiers serving in Vietnam between 1964 to 1965 "We are the unwilling, Led by the unqualified, Doing the unnecessary, For the ungratful. The back the lighter has a drawing of a naked woman setting on a wine glass. The base of the ligher is marked "Bradford, Zippo, PA", with the patent number.