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BURNING BRIDGES 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx This is yet another magnificant work from Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx. Burning Bridges and Bridges Are Ours compromise a pictorial historyof the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden and its aftermath. “Burning Bridges” (volume 1) and “Bridges Are Ours” (volume 2) are the work of 35 years of airborne history research and contains 976 pages and over 1,600 photographs, most of which have never been published before. All photos are identified either by date, location, name of individual soldiers, equipment, or historical context. Burning Bridges” begins with the introduction, where the decision-making process that led to Operation Market Garden is explained in great detail. The subsequent chapters discuss the preparations in the marshalling areas in England, the activities of the Pathfinders, and the boarding of the aircraft by all paratroop regiments and battalions. The glider lifts are also well covered by many newly discovered photographs. “Bridges are Ours” begins with the fight for the Nijmegen bridges. Roughly, five different attacks took place and each is dealt with in great detail. The main attacks on September 19 and 20, when the 2nd Battalion of the 505th Regiment, supported by British tanks, attacked both the railway and the road bridges from the south are discussed in detail. When the German defenders would not budge, the 504th Regiment was ordered to cross the Waal River in small boats, an action called by many one of the most heroic actions of WW2. Both books are available at a special set price. The books are listed seperate for individual sale. And compromises a Hardback – 976 pages – 1,600+ photos – 2 volumes English version
Burning Bridges and Bidges Are Ours A Pictorial History Of The 82ND U.S. Airborne Division During Operation Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New Release This is yet another magnificant work from Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx. Burning Bridges and Bridges Are Ours compromise a pictorial historyof the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden and its aftermath. “Burning Bridges” (volume 1) and “Bridges Are Ours” (volume 2) are the work of 35 years of airborne history research and contains 976 pages and over 1,600 photographs, most of which have never been published before. All photos are identified either by date, location, name of individual soldiers, equipment, or historical context. Burning Bridges” begins with the introduction, where the decision-making process that led to Operation Market Garden is explained in great detail. The subsequent chapters discuss the preparations in the marshalling areas in England, the activities of the Pathfinders, and the boarding of the aircraft by all paratroop regiments and battalions. The glider lifts are also well covered by many newly discovered photographs. “Bridges are Ours” begins with the fight for the Nijmegen bridges. Roughly, five different attacks took place and each is dealt with in great detail. The main attacks on September 19 and 20, when the 2nd Battalion of the 505th Regiment, supported by British tanks, attacked both the railway and the road bridges from the south are discussed in detail. When the German defenders would not budge, the 504th Regiment was ordered to cross the Waal River in small boats, an action called by many one of the most heroic actions of WW2. Both books are available at a special set price. The books are listed seperate for individual sale. And compromises a Hardback – 976 pages – 1,600+ photos – 2 volumes English version
Pair off British Shoulder Printed Shoulder Tittle Royal Corps Of Signal Increasingly hard to find these days a pair of printed Royal Corps Of Signals shoulder tittles. The titles are in mint and unussed condition
Superb, Large - sized WH (Kriegsmarine) so-called: 'Reichskriegsflagge' being a: 150 x 250 cms.- sized- and makers marked - LOH) near mint condition This is a very attractive and desirable item: a nowadays not that often seen and neatly large-sized, WH (Kriegsmarine) WWII-type, so-called: 'Reichskriegsflagge o. Fahne' being a: 150x 250 cms.- sized- and makers marked LOH. In a wonderful- (and I deem only minimally used- ie. even never used-), condition. The piece is neatly ink-stamped on its border with the text: 'Kr.Fl. 150 x 250'. The flag retains both its cord loops (something that is not always the case). This example shows very bright- and vidid colours and only shows hardly any age, wear nor staining: it is totally void of any damage or alike. Simply a very attractive 'Reichskriegsfahne' that will be very hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1944 This is a example of a nice used Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This particular scabbard is executed in the OD Green Shade. This special belt holster was adopted from 1943. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. A nice piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Carrying Bag Intended For 30CAL Ammunition Boxes - Mint Condition This is an example of a second Model Carrying Bag intended to hold two 30CAL metal ammunition boxes. The bag is marked on the front and is fitted with Original carrying strap. A truly nicepiece in IMO nice used condition.
'SS' (ie. 'Waffen-SS') so-called: tropical-pattern, 'BeVo-style-' enlisted-mens'-/ie. NCO-pattern arm-eagle - Uniform Removed The neat piece (ie. 'Ärmeladler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere') The eagle is very nicely executed in the neat golden-yellow-coloured- ('BeVo'-pattern-).
1937 Pattern Canadian Webbing Ancklets 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition We managed to find a stack of unissued and still complete with Original stock label 1937 Pattern Canadian Webbing Ancklets. All being dated 1945, sized 1 and makers marked Z.L.& T Ltd. In unissued and stone mint condition. Please note: priced each
1st Allied Airborne Army Formation Patch(Britsh Made) - Mint Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this British Made 1st Allied American Airborne Army Formation Patch. Cannot be upgraded.
A nice used i.e. uniform removed WH (HEER) M40 Breast Eagle or so-called Brustadler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere. A nice used i.e. uniform removed WH (HEER) M40 Breast Eagle or so-called Brustadler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere.
A Piece Of Colored Ribbon An Insight in German Award Winners At The Battle of Arnhem By Scott Revell - New Sold as new. This study called A Piece Of Colored Ribbon written by Scott Revell. This study gives an Insight in German Award Winners At The Battle of Arnhem. Well documentend and supported by many pictures on over 40 pages. An interesting read for anyone interested in German Award Winners of the Battle of Arnhem as such.
A.T.S. (Woman) Leather Jerkin Size 1 - Mint Condition A very nice A.T.S. (Womans) Leather Jerkin. The leather Jerkin is in absolute mint condition. The leather is in very nice and smooth condition often very damaged. The Jerkin is fitted with a nice clear label. Sized 1 and 1945 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders Glencarry Fitted With Feathers - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice example of an Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders badged Glencarry. The glencarry is fitted with feathers (likely to be duck or rooster feathers). The feathers are period fitted to the glencarry. The large pointed end of the feather projects above, with the quill is tucked behind the badge, as a mark of rank in a clan/family.
Australian Flare Pistol MK111 Flare Pistol 1943 - Nice Used Condition A very attractive Australian Flare Pisto. Executed in brass, this pistol compromises the MK111. The pistol is clearly makers marked, 1943 dated and marked with the Australian Broad Arrow. Notice! The gun is free to own in the Netherlands for persons of 18 year or older, we can only sell to those persons and countrys where its free to own these flare guns, made before the 1st of January 1945
Bedford And Hertfordshire Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A nice Bedford and Hertfordshire Cap Badge. Fitted with Kings Crown and in nice used condition. Can be upgraded, although getting hard to find these days.
Brass Example Of A British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition Executed in brass this is yet another uncommon variation of a British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. Fitted with a Kings Crown and IMO in nice used condition.
British (Airborne) Economy Durham Light Infantry Cap Badge - Near Mint Condition Yet another rare example of an economy capbadge to the Durham Light Infantry. The badge is IMO in near mint condition. Hard to be upgraded!
British (Airborne) Mae West Life Vest 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued example of a British (Airborne) Mae West Life Vest. The life vest is clearly 1945 and Broad Arrow marked. Furthermore the life vest appears in unissued condition and is complete with the Original air releases. There are no damages to the vest and all other fixtures and fittings appear in place.
British (Airborne) MK1 Lee Enfield Sniper Scope And Case 1941 - Nice Used Condition A increasingly rare and desireable piece of British (Airborne) Equipment. This compromises an Original and nice used 1941 dated MK1 sniper scope. Marked OS 466A as well as marked with the Broad Arrow. The scope is fitted with Broad Arrow and OS 14818 marked leather protectors. The vision of the scope is clear. The scope comes in Original and equally 1941 dated case which is fitted with Original leather carrying strap. It should be noted that the interior on which the scope is fitted is a reproduction piece. The case itself bears various markings as well OS number and Broad Arrow and is in equal nice used condition as is the scope.
British (Airborne) MK5Sten Gun 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice British MK5 Sten Gun. This sten gun is often refered to as Airborne or Para Stengun. And is complete with wooden handgrip and bud. The Sten Gun is clearly 1944 dated as well as marked with the letter V which inidcates it was produced prior to november 1944 after which the MK5 was marked differently. This Sten Gun comes with Original carrying sling, bayonet and webbing bayonet frog. , yet retains a great patina. This Sten Gun has been deactivated according to the EU Deko Specs. Please note that EU Deko weapons are free to own by every person of the age of 18 years or older inside the European Union.
British (Airborne) MK5Sten Gun 1944 Dated - Nice Used & Repainted Condition A very nice and complete British MK5 Sten Gun. This sten gun is often refered to as Airborne or Para Stengun. And is complete with wooden handgrip and bud. The Sten Gun is clearly 1944 dated as well as marked with the letter V which inidcates it was produced prior to november 1944 after which the MK5 was marked differently. This Sten Gun comes with Original carrying sling, bayonet and webbing bayonet frog. As described the gun has been repainted, yet retains a great patina. This Sten Gun has been deactivated according to the EU Deko Specs. Please note that EU Deko weapons are free to own by every person of the age of 18 years or older inside the European Union.
British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Economy i.e. Plastic Cap Badge - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this economy of often refered to as bakelite British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Economy cap badge. The cap badge is fitted with the kings crown and has never been applied on a beret before. Hard to be upgraded!~
British (Airborne) Paratrooper Life Vest 1944 Dated - Unissued With Original Box Spare Parts And Instruction Manual This a fantastic unissued and IMO Stone Mint Example of a British Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Life Vest. These vests would have been designed larger then the standard life belts as they would have to fit over an enormous lot of equipment. We have attached a pictured of Paratroopers on their way to Arnhem in September 1944, clearly showing them wearing the life vests. This particular example compromises an unissued example paperwrapped it in its orginal cardboard box and clearly being 1944 dated and Broad Arrow marked. The vest comes with Original instruction pamflet and automatic release. A fantastic and increasingly hard to come piece of British Airborne Equipment. Cannot be upgraded!
British (Airborne) Set Of Vickers K Drum Magazine Pouches 1944 And Carrying Straps - Mint Condition A truly nice and fully matching set of Vickers K Drum magazine pouches. Both pouches appear to be makers marked B.H.G. Ltd and are 1944 dated. The magazine pouches for the oval Vickers K magazines are very similar to those for the Lewis Gun Magazine. Though far more oval in the vertical axis and with very different “extras”. The first difference is the presence of double hooks for direct attachment to a Waist belt - unlike the Lewis pouches. Furthermore the Original carrier straps are in equal mint condition, yet do not appear to dated but are makers marked. Both in IMO mint condition!
British (Airborne) Single Pegasus Formation Patch - Unissued Condition This is a neat example of a single un-issued Airborne 'Pegasus' Division shoulder formation sign. First introduced in 1942 and designed by Major E.Seago based on the Greek saga of the winged horse Pegasus and his rider Bellerophon.
British (Airborne) Single Webbing Vickers K Drum Magazine Pouches 1944 - Mint Condition A truly nice and matching set of Vickers K Drum magazine pouches. Both pouches appear to be makers marked and 1944 dated. In essence the envelope is a duplicate of the Lewis pouch, though far more oval in the vertical axis and with very different “extras”. The first difference is the presence of double hooks for direct attachment to a Waist belt - unlike the Lewis pouches. Furthermore the Original carrier straps are in equal mint condition, yet do not appear to dated or makers marked, which common for this type of equipment. This compromises a single piece. A rare piece of equipment that cannot be upgraded!
British (Airborne) South Staffordshire Regiment Embrioded Shoulder Tittle - Grouping Of Variations During the war many variations of shoulder titles were produced. This lot compromises a grouping of five variations of British (Airborne) South Staffordshire Regiment shoulder titles including some typical 'glue backing' examples. The titles vary in condition from near mint to used. The 2nd Battalion is well known for their actions in capture the Ponte Grande bridge during operation Ladbroke and the 2 Victoria Crosses which members of the Battalion won during the actions in Oosterbeek during operation Market Garden.
British (Airborne) Sten Bandoleer 1944 Dated - Near Mint Condition A very nice and IMO near mint British (Airborne) Sten Bandoleer. Intended to hold extra magazines for the Sten Gun and favoured with British Airborne and Commando troops. The bandoleer is executed in webbing material and is 1944 dated and Broad Arrow marked. Hard to be upgraded.
British (Airborne) Thermos Flask 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice example of a British (Airborne) Thermos Flask 1944 Dated . The flask is compplete with lid and Original cork. The interior of the flask remains undamaged. The exterior is in excellent condition and retains a great patina. The flask is clearly 1944 dated and Broad Arrow marked on the bottom of the flask.
British (Airborne) Webbing Cover For Lee Enfield 303 Rifle - Unissued Condition A fantastic and unissued example of a British (Airborne) Webbing Cover For Lee Enfield 303 Rifle. The cover is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
British (Airborne/Commando) Bergen Rucksack 1945 - Nice Used Condition A nice example of a British so-caled Bergen Rucksack. These rucksacks were favoured by Airborne troops and Commandos a like. The rucksack is in very neat condition with one straps missing. The Rucksack is 1945 dated. The back has some clear trace of wear yet retains a great patina.
British (R.A.M.C.) Royal Army Medical Corps Embroided Shoulder Titles - Mint Condition In mint i.e. unissued condition this pair of British (R.A.M.C.) Royal Army Medical Corps Embroided Shoulder Titles. Fully matching and with glue type backing. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cartridge Carriers 1943 Dated - Mint Condition IMO a mint set of British cartridge carriers both of them appear 1943 dated although one is more clearly marked then the other.
British 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Royal Artillery Attached To 8th Corps - Nice Used Condition This is a very attractive British 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. Recently recovered from a house clearance and never been in collectors hands before. The blouse is IMO nice used condition and as is Original badged to a Royal Artillery Sergeant and Physical Instructor attached to the 8th Corps. The 8th Corps played a significant role in operation Market Garden in september 1944 and played part in the liberation of the towns of Deurne and Helmond. The jacket is fitted with a clear label and measures a size 15. The jacket was produced in June 1942 and issued in August 1942. The War Department mark with the letter O supporting this idicating the year of issue as 1942. A very nice and early 1937 Pattern Battle Dress with a great patina!
British 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Trouser 1943 - Near Mint Condition A great example of a British 1937 Pattern pair of Battle Dress trousers. IMO best described as near mint condition, immaculate yet a minor moth hole in the crotch. The trousers are fitted with Original copper buttons and nicely War Department marked in the liner of the trousers. The liner is marked N which indicates 1943 as the year off issue. engelse broek gebruikt N1943
British 1937 Pattern Binocular Case 1941 And USA Made Binoculars 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to come by this USA Made British and or Canadian binocules made by the Universal Camera Corps New york USA The binoculars are IMO in nice used condition and are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. The binoculars are fitted with Original carrying strap The Binoculars is special made for the Canadian and or British Army . A highly sought after Item. The 1937 britsh made Pattern Webbing Carrying Case. is makers marked M.E.C.O and dated 1941 This is the first time we come a cross this type of binocular hard to be upgraded!
British 1937 Pattern Early BEF Webbing Belt 1939 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this Early British so-called BEF (british expeditionary force) webbing belt. 1939 dated and sized S. Makers marked MeCo and marked with the Broad Arrow.
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover - Nice Used Condition In nice used i.e. very minimally used condition. This British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cover with Entrenching tool. A regular piece of equipment that is becomming increasingly hard to find these days.
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In nice used i.e. very minimally used condition. This British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cover with Entrenching tool. The cover is nicely 1944 dated. A regular piece of equipment that is becomming increasingly hard to find these days.
British 1937 Pattern Pair Of Brace Attachments - Unissued condition This is a pair of unissued 1937 Pattern Brace Attachments. Brace attachments were used to attach the front of the Braces to the Waist belt without either Basic pouches or Cartridge carriers. Both attachements appear to be makers marked, marked with Broad Arrow and dated.
British 1937 Pattern Pair Of Brace Attachments - Unissued condition This is a pair of unissued 1937 Pattern Brace Attachments. Brace attachments were used to attach the front of the Braces to the Waist belt without either Basic pouches or Cartridge carriers. Both attachements appear to be makers marked, marked with Broad Arrow and dated.
British 1937 Pattern R.A.F. Webbing Pistol Holster 1941 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a 1937 Pattern webbing Pistl Holster. The holster is executed in the distinct R.A.F blue shade, and intended to be issued to the Royal Air Force. The holster is clearly used and the colors are somewhat faded, yet still clearly blue. The holster is clearly makers marked MeCo and 1941 dated and fitted with Original cleaning rod.
British 1937 Pattern Royal Airforce Webbing Revolver Holster 1944 - Unissued Condition A very nice example of an unissued and IMO mint condition webbing revolver holster. The holster compromises a 1937 pattern webbing holster. The holster compromises a Royal Air Force issued example and is executed in the distinct Royal Air Force blue shade. The holster is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Carrier - Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water bottle and enveloppe type carrier. The carrier is nicely dated and makers marked. In unissued condition.
British 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Carrier 1943 - Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water bottle and enveloppe type carrier. The carrier is nicely dated 1943 and makers marked. and comes with a exstra spare cork In unissued condition.
British 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Early Carrier 1940- Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water bottle and early type enveloppe type carrier. The carrier is nicely dated 1940 and makers marked. and comes with a exstra spare cork In unissued condition.
British 1937 Pattern Water Bottle With Rare Webbing Carrying Strap 1944 - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO near mint condition this British 1937 Water Bottle. The bottle is fitted with a rather unusual and rare type of webbing carring. Consiting of a narrow carrying strap and an open canvas carrying frame. The webbing canvas is clearly makers marked C.P. Ltd and is 1944 dated.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets 1943 Dated Size 3 - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing (Indian Made) Ancklets i.e. gaiters. The ancklets compromise a matching pair, both being sized 3 and 1943 dated. The leather straps to close the ancklets are still in place and in equal mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Basic Pouches - Non Matching Set This is nice used yet non matching set off British 1937 Pattern Webbing Basic Pouches. One of the pouches is 1940 dated, the other 1943. Both are makers marked and marked with the Broad Arrow.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt 1941 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and 1941 dated British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. The belt is IMO in nice used condition. Clearly makers marked N.W. & S Ltd and Broad Arrow marked. A very nice and early war belt!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case 1940 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used to near mint condition, this nice and very early dated 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case. The case is clearly 1940 dated.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case 1942 And 1943 Dated Binoculars - Nice Used Condition This is very pair of British Binoculars makers and 1943 dated and Binocular Case.1942 dated. The case as well as the binoculars are clearly makers Taylor-Hobson marked, and marked with the Broad Arrow. The binoculars are also fitted with Original carrying strap.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case 1943 And 1944 Dated Binoculars - Nice Used Condition This is very pair of British Binoculars 1944 dated and Binocular Case.1943 dated. The case as well as the binoculars are clearly makers marked, and marked with the Broad Arrow. The binoculars are also fitted with Original carrying strap.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters - Near Mint Condition In IMO near mint condition, this non-matching pair off British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters. Both gaiters are makers marked and dated, yet are non-matching. Both do compromise a size 3 and are fully matching in colour.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters 1942 - Mint Condition n IMO near mint condition, this non-matching pair off British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters. Both gaiters are makers marked and dated, . Both do compromise a size 3 and are fully matching in colour. and dated 1942
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition A very nice and full matching pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters. The gaiters are in unissued condition and IMO in mint condition. Both gaiters are 1944 dated and Broad Arrow marked and compromise a size 3.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters Size 4 Dated 1941 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition, this par of 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters. The gaiters compromise a matching pair, both 1941 dated, sized 4 and makers marked H.&.S. Ltd. Hard to find gaiters in such a large size!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Large Pack 1943 - Nice Used Condition A very nice and minimally used British 1937 Pattern Webbing Large Pack. The pack is clearly 1943 dated, makers marked as well as marked with the Broad Arrow.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster 1943- Unissued Condition A superb unissued condition British 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster. Clearly marked with the Broad Arrow, makers marked and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster 1944 - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of 1937 Pattern webbing Pistl Holster. The holster is clearly makers marked MeCo and 1944 dated. The holster has some small staines underneath the cover which is not visible when on display. Hard to be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Shell Dressing Bag (Medic) 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO mint condition this 1937 webbing bag intended to hold shell dressings. The bag is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated and makers marked MeCo. Furthermore the bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Shell Dressing Bag (Medic) 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO mint condition this 1937 webbing bag intended to hold shell dressings. The bag is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated and makers marked MeCo. Furthermore the bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack And Shoulder Straps - Mint Condition In near mint condition this British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack. The pack is neatly makers marked M.W & S Ltd and 1942 dated. The small pack come with Original webbing shoulder straps both marked M.E.C O dated 1941 &1944
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack And Shoulder Straps - Near Mint Condition In near mint i.e. minor used condition this British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack. The pack is neatly makers marked and 1941 dated. The small pack come with Original webbing shoulder straps dated 1940.
British 1940 Dated Suspenders Size 84 inch - Nice Used Condition In very neat and overall nice used condition; these British 1940 dated suspenders. Makers marked, and marked with the Broad Arrow. The suspenders compromise a size 84 inch.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Size 16 And 1942 Dated - Near Mint Condition This British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse is in IMO near mint condition. Fitted with a clear and crips label and measuring size 16 and dated 1942. The Blouse is also War Department marked and marked with the letter O indicating 1942 as the year of issue. A truly nice BD jacket that would be hard to upgrade!
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Size 16 And 1945 Dated - Near Mint Condition British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse in IMO near mint condition. Previously badged yet with minimal trace of wear. The battle dress is clearly marked size 16. There is no label present in the blouse, yet clearly War Department marked with the letter Z. Z indicating 1945 being the year of issue. A very nice blouse in a scarce large size that would be hard to upgrade!
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Size 6 & 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice used British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. The blouse is fitted with a non matching set of corporal stripes. The blouse is clearly fitted with clear and crisp label. Measuring a size 6, 1945 dated and clearly makers marked.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Size 6 & 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this example of a British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. The blouse is fitted with a clear and crisp label, measuring a size 6 and 1945 dated (21-2-1945). The jacket was manufactured by Black & Co. Ltd Glasgow. The blouse is War Department marked with the letter Z indicating 1945 as the year of issue. A neat battle dress jacket that would be hard to upgrade.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Size 6 & 1945 Dated - Niced Used Condition In nice used condition this British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. Fitted with clear label, measuring a size 6 and 1945 dated. The blouse is also WD stamped, and marked with the letter Z. The blouse has minor moth repair on the front pocket as can be seen from the pictures.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers - Nice Used Condition An IMO nice used pair of British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly War Department marked, and marked with the letter Z indicating 1945 as year of issue. Yet compromises and early 1943 production indication by the brown buttons and the brown lining.The trousers do not bear a size, but measure like a size 7.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice pair off British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. There is no label present in the trousers yet they measure a 96cm in waist. The trousers are stamped with the letter L and marked War Department. The letter L indicates that these trousers were issued in 1946. However this is a clear wartime produced pair of trousers indicated by the distinct wartime shade of the wool as well brownis colored buttons. about 1943 It was a common practice that wartime produced uniforms were issued post war. 96cm
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1942 - Nice Used Condition A fantastic nice used and IMO near mint pair off British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly marked size 15. The label has been displaced. Yet the trousers are clearly WD marked with the letter "O" inidcating the year off issue being 1942. A very nice pair of BD trousers that would be hard to upgrade!
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1945 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this pair of British 1940 pattern Battle Dress trousers. The trousers are not fitted anymore with a label yet clearly marked with WD markings and the letter Z. The letter Z indicates the production year of 1945. The trousers appear to free of any damages and are complete with no buttons missing.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1945 - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice example of a British 1940 Pattern pair of Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition and are fitted with a clear and crisp label. The trouses are clearly WD marked on the interior. The trousers compromise a size 10 and are clearly 1945 dated. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition in IMO mint condition.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers Size 16 - Near Mint Condition A fantastic and IMO near mint example of a pair off British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are fitted with a clear and crisp label. Measuring a size 16 and dated 1945. The trousers are furthermore War Department marked, and marked with the letter Z indicating 1945 as the year off issue. A very nice pair of 1940 Pattern BD trousers that would be hard to upgrade.
British 1st Model Gas Mask And Carrying Bag Complete With Ointments And Eyeshields - Nice usued Condition fantastic example of a 1st model British Gas Mask and carrying case. The case is clearly 1941 dated and makers marked And is fitted with Original webbing carrying sling. The gas mask itself appears also in nice usued condition with some trace of storage. Both mask and filter are 1942 dated and marked with the Broad Arrow. The gasmask comes with one ointment tin Empty and a set of eyeshields.
British 1st Model Gas Mask And Carrying Bag Complete With Ointments And Eyeshields - Unissued Condition A fantastic example of a 1st model British Gas Mask and carrying case. Fitted with Original carrying sling. The gas mask itself appears also in unissued condition with some trace of storage. The mask is clearly makers marked and 1939 dated, with a 1941 dated headband whereas the is 1943 dated The gasmask comes with Original packet off eyeshields and two ointment tins.
British 1st Model Gas Mask And Carrying Bag Complete With Ointments And Eyeshields - Unissued Condition A fantastic example of a 1st model British Gas Mask and carrying case. The case is clearly 1941 dated and makers marked J & A.H. And is fitted with Original webbing carrying sling. The gas mask itself appears also in unissued condition with some trace of storage. Both mask and filter are 1941 dated and marked with the Broad Arrow. The gasmask comes with two ointment tins and eyeshields.
British Airborne (Paratrooper) MK2 Helmet 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition This a very attractive and increasingly hard to find MK2 British Airborne (Paratrooper). The MK2 Helmet was executed without fibre rim but with leather chinstrap. This helmet is IMO in nice used condition. The liner is clearly BMB makers marked and dated 1943. The helmet compromises a size 6 7/8. The helmet is fitted with Original leather chinstrap being in excellent condition. The chinstrap however had been added some extra holes to tighten the fit of the helmet. The extra holes have thereafter been profesionally refilled and are hardly visible when on display. This is probably the only let on this helmet. Yet alltogether a very nice helmet with a great patina. Priced accordingly.
British Airborne 2ND Pattern Denison Smock Size 6 And 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition and with a nice retained patina is this British Airborne Denison Smock. This smock compromises the so-called 2nd pattern and is fitted with buttons on the cuffs rather then the woolen handcuffs on the 1st pattern. The Denison Smock is in clear used condition yet in overall good condition and working zip. The tail is present and so is the label. Yet very much washed out the maker is somewhat visible, so is the size 6 and 1945 dated. An attractive and nice used British Airborne Denison Smock!
British Airborne and/or Commando Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife - Nice Used Condition This a very nice niced example of the British Airborne and/or Commando Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife. The knife was named after the two designers of the knife William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes. This particular Fighting Knife was manufactured by Wilkson Sword being clearly marked B2. The knife is also marked with the Broad Arrow. In very nice used condition retaining a great patina finish.
British Airborne and/or Commando Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife - Ribbed & Beaded This a very nice niced example of the British Airborne and/or Commando Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife. The knife was named after the two designers of the knife William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes. There were many variations produced by many different manufacturers. This particular knife is clear B2 marked suggesting it was produced by Wilkinson Swords. The knife is fitted with a so-called ribbed and beaded hand grip.
British Airborne Denison First Pattern Smock 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition A fantastic example of a British Airborne Denison Smock. The Smock compromises a so-called first pattern, fitted with wool cuffs. The smock can be considered as in nice used condition with minimal trace of wear. Executed in a very attractive camoflage pattern. The smock is furthermore fitted with the Original "newey" press studs and a clear label. The smock is makers marked C.W.S. Ltd, 1942 dated and compromises a size 7. A fantastic Original and attractive piece of the British Airborne uniform.
British Airborne Denison First Pattern Smock 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice used condition British Airborne Denison Smock. The smock compromises a First Model with wool hand cuffs. The Smock has been period fitted with a long zip and is fitted with the so-called Newey Press Studs. The clear and crisp label is still present measuring a size 7, makers mark CWS and 1943 dated . A very nice Smock with great camoflage pattern. and still with the flap present size 7, 1943
British Airborne Denison Smock CWS LTD 1943 Sized 7 - Mint This is a very nice in mint condition British Airborne Denison Smock. The smock compromises a First Model with wool hand cuffs. The Smock has been period fitted with a long zip and is fitted with the so-called Newey Press Studs. The clear and crisp label is still present measuring a size 7, makers mark CWS LTD and 1June 1943 dated . A very nice Smock with great camoflage pattern. and still with the flap present CWS size7, 1943
British Airborne Denison Smock Named R.M. Harkness 1942 - Nice Used Condition A very attractive British Airborne Denison Smock. Executed in very deep and clear camoflage. This compromises the so-called 1st Pattern fitted with wool handcuffs. And painted press studs. The Smock is nice used, yet not used excessive. The label is clear and visible. Measuring a size 7 and 1942. The Smock is marked with army number and named R.M. Harkness adding a great sense of history to this Denison Smock. Furthermore the tail is still in place and the zip is in full working order.
British Airborne Denison Smock Wareings (N'Ton) 1942 Sized 5 - Near Mint This is a very nice near mint condition British Airborne Denison Smock. The smock compromises a First Model with wool hand cuffs. The Smock has been period fitted with a long zip and is fitted with the so-called Newey Press Studs. The clear and crisp label is still present measuring a size 5, makers mark Wareings (N'Ton)LTD and 1942 dated and stamped with the W/|D and O (1942) . A very nice Smock with great camoflage pattern. and still with the flap present size 5, 1942
British Airborne Denison Smock Wareings (N'Ton) 1942 Sized 7 - Near Mint This is near mint 1st pattern Denison Smock. Executed in the very attractive deep camoflage shade. The Smock has clearly been used and a blood stain is clearly visible on one of the arms. Furthermore the Smock is fitted with full working zip, so-called "newey" press studs and a clear and crisp label. Measuring a size 7, makers marked Wareings (N'Ton) and 1942 dated. The wool cuffs are in very neat condition as can be seen from the pictures. Hard to be upgraded.
British Airborne Embroided Glue Back Pegasus Formation Patches - Unissued Condtion In IMO nice used condition this matching pair of British Airborne formation patches. This pair compromises the so-called glue back variation. The pair compromises a full matching set that is unissued and still sewn together. Cannot be upgraded.
British Airborne Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife 2nd Pattern Wilkinson Blade Marked - Nice Used Condition This is a great example of a 2nd Pattern British Airborne and/or Commando Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife. The knife was named after the two designers of the knife William Ewart Fairbairn and Eric Anthony Sykes. There were many variations produced by many different manufacturers. This particular knife is one of the variation within the 2nd Pattern, and is makers marked "Wilkinson Sword" and on the other side "The FS Fighting Knife". Both knife and leather scabbard are in nice yet clear used condition but retain a fantastic patina!
British Airborne Glider Pilot Wing - Uniform Removed Condition With a great patina this uniform removed British Airborne Glider Pilot Wing.
BRITISH AIRBORNE HEADDRESS We are proud to announce that we have assisted Daniel and Oliver in the completion of this book. And that many previous unknown or privately held British Airborne Helmets are now featured in this work including items from our private collection. BRITISH AIRBORNE HEADDRESS BY DANIEL FISHER & OLIVER LOCK. Now available: Military Mode's eighth title has just gone to press. Their largest work to date consisting of 260 pages of high resolution photography and detailed text. Often highly rare items have been profusely photographed in the highest resolution bringing to life the rich and exciting subject of the British Airborne soldiers head wear. Logically starting with the maroon beret but also covering steel helmets and their modern day equivalents, training helmets, glider helmets, combat caps, slouch and boonie type hats, arctic and tropical head wear. Many items that have previously been unpublished and many with provenance that have been preserved in various museum inventories, as well as many other items from some of the most advanced collections.
British Airborne MK1 Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Helmet 1942 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is an excellent example of a British Aiborne i.e. Paratrooper helmet. Compromising the so-called MK1, fitted with fibre rim and leather chinstrap. The helmet is IMO best described as near mint condition, with minimal trace of wear, yet a dent on the top of helmet which is hardly visible due to the paint and netting. In the liner the helmet is clearly makers marked BMB and 1942 dated. The helmet is sized 6 1/2, yet has the measurements of a size 7 which we have come across more often. Fitted with text book leather chinstraps. Furthermore the helmet is Original applied with a helmet net. In whole a truly fantastic and increasingly hard to find British Airborne MK1 helmet with a great patina finish. Hard to be upgraded!
British Airborne MK1 Paratrooper Helmet BMB 1942 With Helmet Net - Nice Used Condition A truly nice example of the iconic British Airborne Helmet. This particular model compromises a MK1 model fitted with fibre rim and leather chinstraps. The helmet has been overpainted after it had been stripped and has been executed very well with a truly nice patina on this helmet. The helmet liner bears various names most likely been reissued. The liber is in clear used condition, clearly makers marked BMB , dated 1942 and sized 7. Interesting on this helmet is the leather chinstrap. Compromising two different chinstrap models one fitted with riffets and the other being stitched. Although not widely known this was a practice done during the war. One off our Battle of Arnhem Medic helmets in our private collection we have encountered the same. This helmet can be found as reference in the British Airborne Helmet Book Daniel Fisher and Oliver Lock. We have also encountered this practice on various dug up helmets we have seen in the past. The helmet is fitted with Original helmet net and camoflage. A truly nice MK1 Airborne Helmet that can be upgraded.
British Airborne MK2 Paratrooper Helmet G&S Makers Marked 1943 - Nice Used Condition This a fantastic British Airborne Paratrooper Helmet with a truly great patina! Executed in Original colour and originally netted! The helmet is clearly makers marked G&S (Gimson & Slater of Nottingham). This helmet compromises the MK2 Paratrooper helmet fitted with leather chinstrap. Clearly 1943 dated and sized 7 1/4. The helmet is fitted with Original leather chinstrap and IMO in nice used condition.
British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very attractive British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet. The helmet is fitted with Original camoflaged helmet netting and Original webbing chinstraps. The helmet liner is in equal nice used condition to the helmet shell. And is clearly makers marked BMB, 1944 dated probably sized 7 3/4. or 71/8 (measured from a another helmet) The helmet has been repainted and well used A truly nice and full Original British Airborne Paratrooper Helmet. for a justified price
British Airborne Parachute Qualification Wing - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this embroided British Airborne Parachute Qualification wing.
British Airborne Printed Pegasus Formation Patches - Full Matching Set A very nice and full matching set of printed British Airborne Formation Patches. The patches have most likely never been applied to a uniform. Hard to be upgraded!
British Airborne Red Beret Kangol Wear Limited 1945 - Nice Used Condition An iconic piece of British Airborne headgear. The Red Beret. This beret is in nice used condition and is named Hodson 456. The beret has some small glue staines from its post war service. Further the beret compromises a size 6 7/8, makers marked Kangol and clearly marked with the Broad Arrow. The War Department markings are somewhat visible yet not readible anymore. A very nice British Airborne Red Beret that could be upgraded.
British Airborne/Commando Camoflaged Windproof Jacket And Trousers - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days a set of British Airborne/Commando Camoflaged Windproof Jacket and Trousers. The trousers are fitted with a clear label, dated september 1944 and sized 3. The makers mark is CWS. Furthermore the trousers are WD marked in the interior and are in nice used nearing to mint condition. The jacket which is very nice yet used condition is not fitted with a WD label, there appear to be traces of stitching or colour deviation suggesting that a label was never fitted in the jacket. We do come across this on some occasions. The jacket however is fitted with a Taylors label; W Mutrie & Son Ltd Edinburgh. Although not sized the tunic is decent fit and seems a size 3. Altogether a great and complete set of Windproofs, hard to find these days!
British Airborne/Commando String Vest - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Airborne/Commando Stringvest. This was standard issue as cold weather underwear for Paratroopers, to help keep them insulated. The Original label is still present yet washed out.
British Airborne/Commando String Vest 1945 - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO near mint condition this British Airborne/Commando Stringvest. This was standard issue as cold weather underwear for Paratroopers, to help keep them insulated. T is a tag attached to the bottom of the vest that has the manufacturer "Lilly Whites" written on one side, the size, 3, and the date 1945.
British Airtex Boxer Short - Mint Condition In mint condition these British boxer short. The boxer short is executed in an airtex like material. Although there appear no Broad Arrow or War Department marks these boxer shorts have known to be used by Armed Forces during the war. Cannot be upgraded.
British Airtex Underpants 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition A pair of unissued and IMO near mint British Airtex Underpants. The pants are fitted with a clear label, being makers marked JBL, dated 1944 and sized 8.
British Ammo Boots 1941 Dated Sized 8 - Nice Used Condition IMO in nice yet clear used condition this matching pair of black leather Ammo Boots. The boots compromise a size 8 M and are 1941 dated and are both makers marked Rawson. The leather is in overall nice condition so are the soles of the boots with some trace of wear. A truly nice pair with great patina that can be upgraded.
British Ammo Boots 1945 Dated Sized 11 - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 11 and are clearly makers marked and 1945 dated. Best to be described in clear used condition which various damages on the exterior. The boot is marked a four digit registration number on the rear of the boot. But could be partly restored when well polished. The Original soles are in equal nice used condition with horse shoe missing, with the size marking still being clearly visible.
British And German War Time Maps Battle Of Arnhem - Museum Copies A pair of unique reprints of the Original Army Service Maps of the Arnhem Area. The maps compromise high quality reprints form museum archives. The set compromises a full color reprint of the Army Service Map U.S. Army 1944, part of NW Arnhem and Ginkel Heath (59x42CM) as issued by the British 1st Airborne Division at Arnhem in September 1944. The other map compromises a full color reprint of Sonderausgabe Nr 3 stand 1940 Arnhem. Measuring 40x52CM.
British And U.S. Airborne Yellow Recognition Scarf - Mint Condition In absolute mint i.e. stone mint condition, this increasingly hard to find British Airborne Yellow Recognition Scarf. Executed in fluorescent yellow silk scarf with taped edge and ties. These trapezoid scarfes would have been issued to Airborne troops in order to use as recognition markers. These trapezoid scarfes would have been typically issued to Both U.S. and American troops partaking in operations such D-Day and the battle of Arnhem.
British And/Or U.S. Airborne Paper Gas Armband November 1944 - Unissued Condition In unissued condition with some folds due to years of storage. This Gas Detection Armband. The armband is clearly dated november 1944. These armbands would have been issued to both British and U.S. Airborne troops in ETO such as D-Day and Market Garden in 1944. Increasingly hard to find and hard these days.
British Army Physical Training Corps Shoulder Titles - Uniform Removed A very nice pair of British army Physical Training Corps Shoulder titles. The titles are fully matching uniform removed condition.
British Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) Hand Bag - Used Condition This is a very nice British Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) handbag. The handbag itself is in excellent condition, with full working zip and Original leather carrying strap. Yet has been marked on "Pathé 9.5MM Cine" indicating that it was used in a French cinema post war. The bag is clearly 1945 dated and marked with the Broad Arrow.
British Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) Side Cap - Nice Used Condition A nice used example of a British Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) side cap. The cap is named "Kinghorn" and is fitted with kings crown badges.
British Battle Dress Jacket Royal Engineers & Beret Complete With Dog Tags And Paperwork - Nice Used Condition Found in a house clearance in many years ago and held in a private collection ever since. This is a truly unique Battle Dress Jacket and Beret. Found together with provenance such as dog tags, leave pass, various addresses of B&Bs, sewing set, French money and cigarette pieces, pipe and picture of likely to be his wife or sweet heart. The jacket and paperwork related to Staff Sergeant J.P. Muirhead Royal Engineers Army Number 1910306. The paperwork does also include an obituary of a Flying Officer W Muirhead, possibly his brother. The battle dress compromises a size 7 and is 1943 dated. Thje Original beret compromises a size 7 and is 1945 dated. Furthermore the battle dress is fitted ribbons off the 1939-45 STAR, France & Germany Star and Defence Medal. Suggesting this soldier saw action in Europe during the war. The jacket has some moth repairs mainly on the front pockets and have been repaired profesionally. A fantastic piece of history in overall nice condition.
British Beret Badged To Essex Division 1945 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this British Beret badged to the Essex Division. The cap badge is fitted with the wartime era Kings Crown. The beret itself is clearly makers marked and 1945 dated.
British Black Beret Badged To Tank Regiment 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition and with a great patina. This British Black Beret originally fitted with a Tank Regiment cap badge. The beret is 1942 dated which is a extreme rare and early date which we never seen before. The beret is makers marked Kangol and sized 7. As described in nice use condition with nice trace of wear.
British Black Leather Ammo Boots 1941 - Nice Used Condition Truly nice pair of IMO nice used British Black Leather Ammo Boots. The boots are clearly makers marked, 1941 dated and compromise a size 8. The boots are inb outstanding condition yet have their heels replaced as can be seen on the pictures.
British Bren Gun Maintence Set - Complete With Original Contents A nice and complete British Bren Gun Maintence Set. The webbing wallet is clearly 1943 dated, WD and makers marked. The wallet is complete with Original equipment such as oil can (Broad Arrow Marked), various tools mostly Broad Arrow Marked and 1942 dated tin with keys. In very nice minimally used condition!
British Bren Gun Spare Barrel Bag Complete With Contents - Unissued Condition Rarely found together so complete. This British Webbing Spare Barrel Bag, executed in webbing. Clearly marked with the Broad Arrow. The bag comes with all spare parts such as cleaning rod, adjuster, spare parts and box (1942 dated) and oil can. A fantastic and complete set!
British Bren Gun Spare Barrel Carrier 1943 - Unissued Condition A British webbing carrier intended to hold the spare barrel and spare parts of the Bren Gun. The carrier is nicely dated 1943 and makers marked. In unissued condition and IMO stone mint condition. There is one dirty spot on the back of the webbing carrier
British Camoflaged Leather Jerkin Sized 1 And 1943 Dated -Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint example of a camoflaged British Leather Jerkin. The jerkin is fitted with a clear and crisp label, dated 1943 and sized 1. A truly nice leather jerkin hard to be upgraded.
British Chocolate And Boiled Sweets Ration Tin 1944 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Chocolate And Boiled Sweets Ration Tin. The tin is in overall nice condition. Clearly 1944dated and makers marked.
British Chocolate And Boiled Sweets Ration Tin 1944 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Chocolate And Boiled Sweets Ration Tin. The tin is in overall nice condition. Clearly 1944dated and makers marked.
British Cigarettes Ration Tin - Near Mint Condition In IMO near mint condition, this stunning British Ration tin intended to hold cigarettes. The tin is makers marked MB on the side of the lid. Hard to be upgraded.
British Commando Scarf/Hat - Used Condition In nice used condition this British Commando Scarf. Executed in wool this scarf could be worn as scarf of as hat. The scarf is executed in wool
British Corps Military Police i.e. CMP Shoulder Tittles And Cap Badge - Complete Set Found together this set of two printed Corps Military Police i.e. CMP shoulder tittles and CMP Cap Badge. The Cap badge is fitted with the kings crown.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used and the color is faded. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves measure a size 8 1/2. Can be upgraded.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used and have some minor repairs. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves measure a size 9 and clearly 1943 dated. for display only
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are makers marked yet this is very much faded and measured size 9. The gloves are still attached together and have never been seperated since production.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves 1945 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used but the wear gives them a very appealing look. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves are dated 1945 and measure a size 97.
British Dispatch Riders Goggles In Original Box - Nice Used Condition IMO in nice used condition and its Original cardboard box Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclists Goggles. The goggles are fitted with orange tainted glass. The strap and leather are in good condition yet with some trace of wear.
British Dispatch Riders Helmet Size 7 And 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very attractive British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclists Helmet. The helmet is clearly BMB makers marked and 1942 dated. The helmet is sized 7. An attractive and decent sized Dispatch Riders Helmet.
British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet Sized 6 3/4 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet. The helmet is clearly makers marked BMB and 1944 dated. The size of the helmet compromises a size 6 3/4.
British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet Sized 7 - Mint Condition In mint condition this British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet. The helmet is clearly makers marked BMB and 1945 dated. The size of the helmet compromises a size 7. Cannot be upgraded!
British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet Sized 7 - Mint Condition In mint condition this British Dispatch Riders i.e. Motorcyclist Helmet. The helmet is clearly makers marked BMB and 1942 dated. The size of the helmet compromises a size 7. Cannot be upgraded!
British Early BEF i.e. Dunkirk Model Gasmask And Bag - Nice Used Condition This is an early i.e. BEF Gasmask. This type of gasmask would have typically been issued to troops in the early operations of the war such as Dunkirk. The gasmask bag is clearly 1940 dated whereas the gasmask itself is clearly 1939 dated. A truly nice mask and bag which is increasingly hard to find these days. dunkirk gasmask 1939/1940
British Early BEF Officers Haversack 1941 - Stone Mint Condition In stone mint condition this Early British so-called BEF (british expeditionary force) officers Haversack and carrying sling. Executed in webbing and clearly 1941 dated as well as makers marked. Cannot be upgraded.
British Early War Braces - Nice Used Condition IMO nice used, yet minimally used these British Braces. This model compromises an early war model that was executed in thicker material and with fabric laces rather then a leather piece to attach to the trouser buttons. There are markings present on the braces although not clear enough to read.
British Early War Braces - Nice Used Condition IMO nice used, yet minimally used these British Braces. This model compromises an early war model that was executed in thicker material and with fabric laces rather then a leather piece to attach to the trouser buttons. There are markings present on the braces although not clear enough to read.
British Embroided Reconnaissance Shoulder Title - Mint Condition A nice and standard issued yellow on green embroided Reconnaissance shoulder title This is a good example of a nice and standard issued yellow on green embroided Reconnaissance shoulder title. The Reconnaissance Corps, or simply Recce Corps, was a corps of the British Army, formed during the Second World War whose units provided the mobile spearhead of infantry divisions. It was formed from infantry brigade reconnaissance groups on 14 January 1941. All the brigade reconnaissance groups of each infantry corps were formed into reconnaissance battalions, each usually bearing the number of its relevant division. This example is in a perfect and un-issued condition and is hard to be upgraded.
British Emergency Ration Tin - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition this British Emergency Ration Tin. The tinis nicely serial i.e. makers marked on the back which is quite unusual. Hard to be upgraded.
British Emergency Ration Tin 1944 - Nice Used Condition In very nice and IMO near mint condition this British Emergency Ration Tin. The tinis nicely makers marked and 1944 dated. The tin is marked on the back with a patent number. Hard to be upgraded.
British Enamel Drinking Mug - Unissued Condition A common piece of British kit, but increasingly hard to find these days. This Enamel Drinking Mug, executed in dark red, the distinct color used throughout the war. Yet 1952 dated. In minimally i.e. nice unissed condition.
British Enlisted Men Woolen Shirt Size 8 Dated 1945 - Nice Used Condition A very neat and IMO nice used example of a British Enlisted Men Woolen Shirt. The shirt is fitted with a clear and crisp label. Measuring a size 8 and dated 1945. The shirt was produced Faulat Belfast and is Broad Arrow Marked on the label.
British Expeditionary Force (BEF) Tommy Helmet With Original Camoflage Cover - Near Mint Condition This is a rare and early 1938 dated i.e. British Expeditionary Force (BEF) Tommy Helmet. The liner of the helmet is clearly 1938 dated, makers marked Vero and sized 7 3/4. The helmet shell is IMO in near mint condition, fitted with Original chinstrap and minimal trace of wear. The helmet comes with Original and IMO minimally used i.e near mint condition camoflage cover. The cover is executed in jute which is increasingly hard to find these days. A truly nice and early British Helmet and cover that would be hard to upgrade.
British Folding Saw In Leather Carrying Case - Mint Condition An IMO in mint condition a example British Folding Saw In Leather Carrying Case. The saw comes with two Original wooden hand grips,file and filetool that fit in the sides of the leather carrying case.
British Folding Saw In Leather Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition An nice used example British Folding Saw In Leather Carrying Case. The saw comes with two Original wooden hand grips that fit in the sides of the leather carrying case.
British Gas Ointment Tin No 5 1943 Dated With Contents - Unissued Condition Unissued i.e. unused this British Gas Ointment Tin No 5. The tin is in overall nice condition with some dents yet complete with its Original contents. These protective ointment would have been issued and carried along with the soldiers gasmask. The tin is clearly 1943 dated on the interior of the lid.
British Helmet Net - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this British helmet net. Executed in the distinct British brown/greenish shade. Three pieces available, priced each.
British Home Guard Small Rubberized Haversack 1941 - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and IMO nice used example of a British Home Guard Haversack. The Home Guard Haversack is executed in rubberized i.e. waterproofed material, and is fitted with orignal carrying strap attached to the bag. Furthermore the bag is clearly marked with the Broad Arrow and 1941 Dated. The maker is MD.
British Indian Made 1907 Pattern Lee Enfield Bayonet And Frog - Nice Used Condition An attractive British Pattern 1907 Lee Enfield Bayonet and webbing frog. The bayonet is makers marked RFL and marked with the British King Crown. These bayonets were produced in India from 1941 untill the end of the war. The webbing bayonet frog is excellent condition. A truly nice bayonet and frog with a great patina!
British Lance Corporal Stripes - Uniform Removed Condition A nice matching and uniform removed pair of British Lance Corporal Stripes.
British Leather Flare Pistol Holster 1942 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Flare Pistol holster and carrying sling. The holster is executed in leather and clearly makers marked as well as 1942 dated. Hard to be upgraded.
British Leather Jerkin Sized 1 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition In what appears to be unissued condition and IMO best to be described as near mint condition. This British Leather Jerkin. In excellent condition complete with all buttons and a crisp label. Measuring a size one and 1945 dated. The leather is in very good and smooth condition.
British Made M1910 U.S. Water Bottle Carrier 1944 With 1944 Dated Cup And Canteen - Mint Condition This is a very nice British Made M1910 U.S. Water Bottle Carrier which is in unissued and IMO mint condition. The carrier is nicely British Made marked and 1944 dated. The canteen and cup are both U.S. made and 1944 dated. Unusual to find an all 1944 dated set of canteen, cup and carrier.
British Motor Transport Proficency Badge - Uniform Removed Condition This a nice and neat, uniform removed British Motor Transport Proficency Badge.
British Motorcyclist i.e. Dispatch Riders Boots Size 9 - Nice Used Condition A very nice pair of British Motorcyclist i.e. Dispatch Riders Boots. The boots compromise a size 9 making it very suitable for wear for Motorcycle ride outs. A size 9 i.e. EU size 43 is increasingly hard to find. The boots are identical to the wartime model yet are 1956 dated. The leather is in excellent condition, smooth and without any rips or cuts. The soles are in equal good condition.
British Officers High Brown Boots Sized 10 Dated 1945 - Nice Used Condition British Officers High Boots. Executed in Brown Leather and IMO in nice used condition. With the leather being soft and pliable and only some light trace of wear. These boots would have issued amongst general army as well as Airborne Troops. There is a picture known (see attached picture) of the commanding officer Major William Jock Neill C Company The Border Regiment taking part in the Battle of Arnhem These boots compromise a matching pair and compromise a size 10. The boots are clearly makers marked and 1945 dated.
British Officers Royal Artillery Side Cap Executed By Burberry - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice example of a British Officers Royal Artillery Side Cap. Executed in black fabric this side cap was manufactured by Burberry that still is today a famous fashion label. And would have been a private purchase of significant cost at the time. The side cap is fitted with kings crown marked buttons and Original embroided Artillery "Bomb". A truly nice item hard to upgrade!
British Package Of Cigarettes The Sweet Caporal - Unopened Condition This is an unopened example of a British Package Of Cigarettes of The Sweet Caporal Brand. The package still contains its Original contents.
British Painted Steel (Helmets) By Oliver Lock - Military Mode Publishing The latest book from Military Mode Publishing, being a 175 page, fully illustrated hard back book, illustrating steel helmets of the British forces in WWII, many helmets being camouflage, netted and decaled with divisional insignia. The work by well-known author Oliver Lock, is very much a pictorial study of the subject which til now has never been covered and a superb high resolution insight in to an area of collecting that has grown in recent years. Many helmets featured in this book are from private collections including our own private collection.
British Pilot Or Glider Pilot Microphone - Unissued Condition Unissued and still in Original wrapper, this RAF/Glider Pilot Microphone. The microphone would have been intended to fit in either RAF flying caps or Glider Pilot helmets. The earphones have various serial markings although are not dated (as per usual with this type of equipment).
British Pilot Or Glider Pilot Microphone - Unissued Condition Unissued and still in Original wrapper, this RAF/Glider Pilot Microphone. The microphone would have been intended to fit in either RAF flying caps or Glider Pilot helmets. The earphones have various serial markings although are not dated (as per usual with this type of equipment).
British Portable Food Container With Webbing Carrier - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a British Portable Food Container. These large thermos containers were intended for holding large quantities of food or hot drink. The container bears most of its Original paint and is clearly marked with the Broad Arrow. The container comes in its Original padded webbing carrying case and carrying straps which are clearly makers marked Bagcraft Ltd. An unusual item that would make a great part of a display.
British RAF Mk VIII Flying Goggles - Unissued in Original Box This is a very nice and increasingly hard to find pair of British RAF Mk VIII Flying Goggles i.e. Goggles, Flying, Mk VIII, Stores Ref 22c/930. The goggles appear unissued condition with only trace of age and storage. The goggles come in their Original box. The box is complete yet glue has let lose due to years of storage. A fantastic pair of flying goggles that would be hard to upgraded.
British RAOC (Royal Army Ordnance Corps) Printed Shoulder Titles - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this pair of printed British RAOC (Royal Army Ordnance Corps) Shoulder Titles. Compromises a full matching set.
British RASC (Royal Army Service Corps) Printed Shoulder Titles - Unissued i.e. Mint This is a nice and perfect un-issued set of printed Royal Army Service Corps shoulder titles. These printed shoulder titles have been seen on portrait photographs of members of the 250 (Airborne) Light Composite Company, Royal Army Service Corps. This set of titles are in a perfect and un-issued condtion.
British Regimental Police Dispatch Riders Armband - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition with a minor (period) repair. This British Regimental Police Dispatch Riders Armband. Can be upgraded.
British Royal Air Force Battle Dress Jacket And Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a nice and matching British Royal Air Force Battle Dress Uniform compromising jacket and trousers. The Battle Dress Jacket is fitted with Original Royal Air Force patches and fitted with a clear and crisp label. The jacket meaures a size 10 and is clearly 1944 dated. Furthermore the jacket is clearly War Department marked and marked. The trousers are also fitted with a clear label and measure a size 00 and are 1945 dated and also War Department stamped in the liner. Both jacket and trousers appear to be in nice used condition.
British Royal Air Force Mae West Life Jacket - Nice Used Condition An increaslingly hard to find British Royal Air Force Mae West Life Jacket. The life vest is complete with all strings and straps which are often displaced. As well as the inflateable lung. The life vest is furthermore fitted with a clear Air Ministry label with Kings Crown, and measuring a size Medium. Hard to be upgraded!
British Royal Air Force Mae West Life Jacket - Nice Used Condition An increaslingly hard to find British Royal Air Force Mae West Life Jacket. The life vest is complete with all strings and straps which are often displaced. The life vest is furthermore fitted with a clear Air Ministry label with Kings Crown, and measuring a size Medium. Hard to be upgraded!
British Royal Air Force Trousers 1944 - Unissued i.e. Stone Mint Condition This is a pair of unissued i.e. stone mint Royal Air Forces Trousers. The trousers executed in the distinct Air Force Blue are fitted with a clear and crisp label, as well as stock number. Furthermore the trousers are War Department stamped in the lining. The trousers compromise a size 0 i.e. waist 29. Cannot be upgraded!
British Royal Engineers Insignia Grouping - Uniform Removed Condition Found together as a grouping. This set of embroided Royal Engineers shoulder tittles, armband fitted sergeant stripes fitted with a small bomb like patch. This was worn by all Royal Enginers NCOs and officers. In uniform removed condition.
British S.R.D. Marked Rum Jar 1939 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice ceramic Rum Jar. Clearly S.R.D. (Service Ration Department) marked. The rum jar is clearly makers marked and 1939 dated on the bottom of the jar.
British Sergeant Stripes - Uniform Removed Condition A nice and neat pair of British Sergeant Stripes. In uniform removed condition.
British Sergeant Stripes Fully Matching Set - Nice Used Condition A very nice and matchting pair of IMO nice used British Sergeant Stripes.
British Service Chevrons Two, Four And Five Years - Near Mint Condition This compromises three variations of British Service Chevrons. Compromises a pair of printed chevrons for two years service, a single printed five years service and an embroided example for four years service. The printed examples are all in unissued and mint condition, whereas the embroided example is uniform removed.
British Set Off Corporal Stripes - Uniform Removed Condition A nice pair i.e. Uniform Removed Condition British Corporal Stripes.
British Sewing Kit i.e. Housewife - Complete With Contents Increasingly hard to find in such complete condition these days. A British Sewing Kit or so-called housewife. The kit comes with tin of house wife needles, Broad Arrow marked needles, wool thread and linen thread as well as some period buttons. A fantastic and very complete set!
British Single Staff Sergeant Stripes And Crown - Uniform Removed A very nice single Staff Sergeant Stripes And Crown, uniform removed. Would be nice to fit on a Denison Smock.
British Slouch Hat Artillery Badged 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition, yet with a great patina. This British Slouch Hat, Artillery badged. The hat is clearly makers marked, sized 7 1/4 and 1942 dated.
British Sniper/Observer Telescope In Leather Case BROADHURST CLARKSON & CO. LTD - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice three draw telescope. Executed in brass and made fitted in a brown leather tube. The telescope is clearly makers marked BROADHURST CLARKSON & CO. LTD, London. These type of telescope would have been issued by the British Army from the 1st untill 2nd world war. And would have issued by such troops as snipers and observers. A fantastic piece with great patina!
British Sten Gun Magazine Speed Loader - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Speed Loader for the Sten Gun.
British Sten Gun Magazine Speed Loader Second model - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Speed Loader for the 9mm Sten Gun. Magazine
British Tommy Helmet 1940 Dated - Privately Found In Uden A very nice example of a British Tommy Helmet . This is second of three helmets that were recently found in the town of Uden which was in the middle of the Market Garden Frontline in 1944. The helmet is fitted with a size 7 liner, 1940 dated and makers marked. The helmet shell bears its Original paint and is makers marked BMB as well 1940 dated. The helmet is fitted with Original helmet strap. A true piece of history!
British War Time Produced 1946 Pattern (Identical To 1940 Pattern) Battle Dress Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a nice and Used pair of British Battle Dress Trousers. Although fitted with a 1946 Pattern this pair of trousers has been executed with the distinct wartime pattern buttons and green lining. Indicating that is almost certainly has been 1943 produced yet issued in 1946,1947,1948 as a 1946 pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The 1946 pattern is identical to the 1940 Pattern! The trousers compromise a size 11 and has been minor used It has the letter R 1948 . A very nice pair of trousers priced accordingly.
British Washroll 1942 Dated - Complete With Contents Including Rare 1940 Dated Knife In complete condition this 1944 dated and Broad Arrow Marked Washroll. The washroll is complete inlcuding some very rare items such as bakelite soap box and 1942 dated knife. Furthermore the contents include; 1941 dated tooth brush, 1942 dated shaving brush, 1942 dated spoon, 1939 dated fork, 1940 dated knife, brass button polisher WD marked, Original leather laces, puritan soap bar and bar of shave cream. A rare and complete set that would be hard to upgrade!
British Washroll 1942 Dated - Complete With Contents IncludingSewing Kit i.e. Housewife - Complete With Contents In complete condition this 1945 dated and Broad Arrow Marked Washroll. The washroll is complete inlcuding some items such as soap box and a W/D marked knife. Furthermore the contents include; 1945 dated brush, 1945 dated shaving brush, 1940 dated spoon, 1944 dated fork, W/D marked knife, economy button polisher WD marked, shoe polish,comb, puritan soap bar and bar of shave cream. A rare and complete set that would be hard to upgrade!
British Washroll 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of a British Washroll. The washroll is clearly makers marked Mc Mamara Motors LTD and 1943 dated.
British Webbing Utility Straps Bundle Of 10 - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this bundle of British webbing utility straps. The bundle compromises 10 identical straps, never seperated before. All appear to be broad arrow marked and world war two dated,1941 and marked makers H&S Ltd Cannot be upgraded.
British Webbing Utility Straps Bundle Of 10 - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this bundle of British webbing utility straps. The bundle compromises 10 identical straps, never seperated before. All have various makers marks and dates yet all WW2 marked.
British White i.e. Snow Camoflage Stengun Cover 1944 - Unissued Condition In unissued condition is this Stengun Cover. Executed in white material i.e. snow camoflage. The cover is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. There appear to be no damages only some minor staines due to years of storage. Cannot be upgraded.
British Wire Cutters 1940 And Webbing Carrying Case 1945 - Nice Used Condition A nice pair of British Wire Cutters and Webbing Carrying Case. Both best described as being nice used condition. The cutters appear makers marked Chillington and 1940 dated. The webbing carrying case is makers marked PSS, Broad Arrow Marked and 1945 dated.
British Woman Royal Army Corps Dispatch Riders Breeches - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this pair of Womans Royal Army Corps (WRAC) Breeches i.e. Dispatch Riders Trousers. These pair of Breeches compromise a 1955 dated pair, yet they are identical to the 1940s Breeches. Yet the 1940s dated Breeches are increasingly hard to come by these days. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition and fitted with clear label. Measuring a size 8. Would make a great display item!
British Woolen Gloves 1942 - Unissued Condition We recently found a whole packet of British Army woolen knitted gloves. None of the gloves are makers makred or dated but come from the same 1942 dated package. All in unissued condition. Please note the price listed is for one pair of gloves only!
Canadian 1937 Pattern Binocular Case And Canada Made Binoculars 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to come by this Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Carrying Case. The case is executed in the distinct Canadian shade canvas material. And IMO in mint condition. The binoculars are IMO in nice used condition and are clearly Canadian makers marked and 1944 dated. The binoculars are fitted with Original carrying strap. A highly sought after item,hard to be upgraded!
Canadian 1937 Pattern L Straps - Mint Condition A very nice and IMO mint yet non matching pair of Canadian 1937 Pattern L Straps. Clearly dated, makers marked and marked with Canadian Broad Arrow.
Canadian 1937 Pattern L Straps 1943 Dated - Mint Condition IMO in mint condition this pair of Canadian 1937 pattern webbing L straps. Clearly 1943 dated and marked with Canadian Broad Arrow.
Canadian 1937 Pattern L Straps For Small Pack - Mint Condition A very nice pair of matching Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing L Straps. Intended to carry either the large or small pack. Both straps have the same makers mark. Hard to upgrade.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Carrier 1943 - Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water Canadian bottle and web type carrier. The carrier is nicely dated 1943 and makers marked with a number . and comes with a exstra spare cork In unissued condition.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets Size 3 - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and IMO unissued pair of Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets. Both fully matching and makers marked as well as dated, yet very hard to read but appearing to be 1943. Cannot be upgraded.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster And Magazine - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find this Canadian webbing pistol holster complete with magazine pouch. Executed in the typical Canadian tanned webbing and dated 1942. The holster is makers marked and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. As well as the webbing magazine pouch. IMO in nice used condition.
Canadian 2inch Mortar Cleaning Set 1945 Dated - Complete With Contents In mint condition this Canadian 2inch Mortar Cleaning Set complete with Original contents. The webbing wallet is 1945 dated and marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow. The wallet comes with cleaning rod and stick and oil can. Hard to find in such complete condition.
Canadian Anti Gas Helmet Cover - Unissued 1943 Dated This is a nice and unissued example of a Canadian Anti Gas Cover. The cover could be worn as a hot or as protetive cover over a hat. Clearly marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow and 1943 dated. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian Battle Dress Jacket Size 9 - Nice Used Condition A very nice and IMO nice used condition This Canadian Battle Dress Jacket. The jacket mainly shows wear in the collar. The BD jacket is executed in the distinct dark green wool. The jacket is stamped in the interior, sized 9. The Canadian style Broad Arrow is still visible. The date in the jacket appears to be faded and is unreadible. A fantastic Canadian Battle Dress Blouse that would be hard to upgrade.
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers May 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint An unissued IMO Stone Mint pair of Canadian Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly dated 1945 and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow in the interior of the trousers . The trousers compromise a size 15 fitted with clear and crisp label on the rear exterior of the trousers. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers May 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint An unissued IMO Stone Mint pair of Canadian Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly dated 1945 and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow in the interior of the trousers . The trousers compromise a size 15 fitted with clear and crisp label on the rear exterior of the trousers. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers Sep 1942 Dated Size 16- Unissued Condition i.e. Mint An unissued and IMO Mint pair of Canadian Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly dated 1942 and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow in the interior of the trousers . Furthermore the trousers are size 16 and clearly makers marked. Tip Top Tailors Limited A very nice pair of trousers hard to upgraded. Size 16 1942
Canadian Binoculars 1943 Dated And 1937 Pattern Carrying Case 1941 Dated - Nice Used Condition An IMO nice used example of a pair off Canadian Binoculars. The binoculars are Canadian manufactured by R.E.L. Canada and 1943 dated and are fitted with a webbing carrying strap. What makes this binoculars rare are the Broad Arrow markings which indicates they were issued to the British Army. The binoculars come with 1937 Pattern Webbing Carrying case. The case is makers marked MeCo and 1941 dated. A very nice pair that would be hard to upgrade.
Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition An unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition.
Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition We managed to find a small lot off unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition. The Covers are priced each and not for the lot!
Canadian Entrenching Tool And Webbing Cover - Near Mint In IMO near mint i.e. minimally used condition this Entrenching tool and Canadian Webbing cover. The cover is executed in the distinct Canadian shade webbing and clearly marked with Canadian Broad Arrow.
Canadian Machette With Leather Carrying Pouch 1943 - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice Canadian Machette. The leather carrying pouch is clearly makers marked as well 1943 dated and in very good condition with minimal trace of use yet. The machette is in equal condition is clearly 1943 dated. The machette is made in the U.S. which was common practice. Hard to upgrade.
Canadian Spike Bayonet and Webbing Bayonet Frog - Near Mint This is a Canadian Webbing bayonet frog, executed in thew distinct Canadian tan and marked with Canadian Broad Arrow. The frog comes with Original spike bayonet in equal near mint condition.
Canadian Washroll - Unissued Condition In unissued i,e, mint condition this Canadian Washroll. The washroll is clearly marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow but does not appear to makers marked. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian Webbing Pistol Holster 1943 - Near Mint Condition Nice Canadian webbing pistol holster. Executed in the typical Canadian tanned webbing and dated 1943. The holster is makers marked and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. In somewhat used but near mint condition.
Detailed And Unique Book About British Airborne Denison Smocks - This is a very detailed book about British Airborne Denison Smocks. The book handles about the history of the denison smock to present day use. Richly illustrated and featuring many denision smocks with a story to tell. Not be missed by any British Airborne Collector.
Dorsetshire Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A nice example of a Dorsetshire capbadge. The Dorsets are one of the less known regiments that took part in the Battle of Arnhem in 1944 by evacuating troops at the end of the battle. In nice used condition.
Early British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1942 - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and early dated dated pair of British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are in nice used condition fitted with a clear label and with Obvious trace of wear, as well as some small moth holes which have been repaired profesionally. The trousers were found with Original packet of shell dressing, in the shell dressing pocket of the trousers. It is very unusual to find an early and used condition pair of trousers fitted with Original label.
Early British Leather Trouser Belt - Unissued Condition This is an early British trouser belt. Excuted in brown leather and fitted with a brass buckle. The belt is in IMO unissued i.e. mint condition.
Early Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster 1940 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and early 1940 dated pistol holster. The holster compromises a 1937 pattern webbing example. Clearly marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow and Original brass cleaning rod.
Economy i.e. Plastic Border Regiment Cap Badge In Silver - Near Mint Condition A very nice example of a Economy i.e. executed in plastic cap badge to the Border Regiment. The cap badge is nicely makers marked Stanley & Sons Walsall. This cap badge compromises the rarer silver coloured variation. Unfortunately the badge has one pin missing on the rear as can be seen on the pictures hence the badge is best to be described as near mint. A truly nice and very sought after type of badge!
Extra Pictures For WH (HEER) Sumpf Tarn Winter Parka And Trousers Extra Pictures For WH (HEER) Sumpf Tarn Winter Parka And Trousers.
Extremely Rare Canadian Airborne Fighting Knife Made By Camillus Cutlery - Nice Used Condition This is an extremely rare example of a Canadian Airborne Fighting Knife. These knives were designed by Captain Clifford H. Shuey of the United States Marine Corps in February, 1942. The knife blades were made by Camillus Cutlery Company, of Camillus, New York. The blade is similar to the British F-S Fighting Knife designed by Fairbairn and Sykes. And looks like a clone, with a different grip texturing and the guard, grip and pommel. Originally these knives were issued in a U.S. M6 scabbard. Approxmately 5000 of these knives would have been produced. However this knife was purchased directly from the veterans son about 35 years ago, who settled in the U.K. after the war. These knives were commonly refered to as “Killing Knife” by the Canadian Paratroopers. A truly nice and extremely rare piece of Canadian Airborne equipment.
Extremely Rare Chemical Warfare Pocket Reference Card 1943 - Mint Condition This is an extremely rare British and/or American Chemical Warfare Pocket Reference. This pocket reference was to be carried along with the gasmask. The card identifies what the symptons of certain chemicals are. In excellent condition and clearly 1943 dated.
Extremely Rare Parachute Qualification Badge For RAF Personell - Stone Mint Condition An extemely rare Parachute Qualification badge for non-regular Parachute trained personell. This particular badge was issued to Parachute trained R.A.F. personell and is executed in the R.A.F. blue shade instead of the common dark green shade. In stone mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
Extremely Rare Polish 2nd Corps 14th Wielkopolska Armoured Brigade (Monte Casino) Badged Battle Dress Jacket - Nice Used Condition This is a true piece of history, and extremely hard to find Original badged and nice used Battle Dress. The battle dress is badged to an NCO of the 14th Wielkopolska Armoured Brigade attached to the 2nd Polish Corps. The Polish II Corps was created in 1943 from various units fighting alongside the Allies in all theatres of war. In February 1944, the Polish II Corps was transferred from Egypt to Italy, where it became an independent part of the British Eight Army. During 1944–45, the Corps fought with distinction in the Italian campaign, during the fourth and final Battle of Monte Casino in May 1944 and the Battle of Bologna the final battle of the Italian offensive in March 1945. he Corps had a consistently high fighting reputation and was well-regarded by the American and Commonwealth troops with whom they fought. After the war the 2nd corps returned to England were they troops were demobilised. Many of these demobilised troops settled in Britian and the U.S.A. This particular jacket was found the U.S.A. in an estate sale of a Polish veteran who settled in the U.S.A. after the war. The jacket is orinally badged with both 2nd Corps 14th Wielkopolska Armoured Brigade formation patches, as well as the Poland shoulder titles, collar tabs and nco shoulder boards. The battle dress jacket compromises a British made jacket that has been modified to Polish standard and is in very nice used condition. Furthermore the the jacket is fitted with British ribbons of the War and Defence Medal.
Extremely Rare SOE/Airborne Homing Pigeon Message Tube - Unissued Condition This is a kind of item we have not yet come across before. This carboard box was intended to hold messages that would have been send back behind enemy lines by homing pigeons. These homing pigeons would have been dropped with SOE and Airborne troops. The tube could be attached to the leg of the pigeon. The tube is in unissued condition.
Extremely Rare SOE/Airborne Homing Pigeon Message Tube - Unissued Condition This is a kind of item we have not yet come across before. This carboard box was intended to hold messages that would have been send back behind enemy lines by homing pigeons. These homing pigeons would have been dropped with SOE and Airborne troops. The tube could be attached to the leg of the pigeon. The tube is in unissued condition.
Extremely Rare SOE/Airborne Homing Pigeon Message Tube - Unissued Condition This is a kind of item we have not yet come across before. This carboard box was intended to hold messages that would have been send back behind enemy lines by homing pigeons. These homing pigeons would have been dropped with SOE and Airborne troops. The tube could be attached to the leg of the pigeon. The tube is in unissued condition.
Extremely Rare U.S. Army Camouflage HBT Jacket And Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a increasingly hard to find pair off U.S. Army Camouflage HBT Jacket And Trousers. Executed in a double-sided "Spring" and "Fall" color camouflage. This was simalar cloth as was used for USMC uniforms. Unlike the uniforms made for the Marines, neither Army uniform was reversible. These uniforms were limited issued to army troops in the summer of 1944. And primary issued to US Army units such as the 41st Armoured Infantry Regiment which was part of the 2nd Armoured Division. And well known to be worn during the D-Day operations in Normandy in June 1944. Both jacket and trousers are what I considered to be in nice used condition. With some clear trace of wear giving the uniform a fantastic patina, yet with no aparent damages. The jacket is fitted with a size label 36R, the Original stock label is still present yet completely washed out. The trousers are equally fitted with a size label and are sized Waist 34 and Lenght 31. The trousers have a small damage on the bottom of one the legs as can be seen on the pictures.
Fantastic U.S. 82ND Airborne Grouping M42 Jacket Class A Jacket And Various Documents - Nice Used Condition This is a stunning lot of uniforms and documents with provenance to James L. Stamper ( 82ND Airborne). James Stamper made entered the Army in 1941 and was made Corporal in 1942. He entered the paratroopers at Fort Benning in february 1943 were the 507th Parachute Infantry Regiment was stationed. In december 1943 the 507th was attached to the 82nd Airborne Division and moved to the U.K. in preparation of the Allied Invasion of Europe. Stamper returned to the U.S.A. in may 1944 after action in Casablanca (North Africa) and Gela in Sicily were he had his first combat jump. This grouping consists of a nice used example of a M42 jump jacket and trousers marked with laundry numbers and still fitted with Original and fully matching waist belt. Both jacket is trousers are in nice yet used condition with a minor stain on the arm. There is no size in the trousers but meassures approx 30-32 waist. In addition there is a Class A jacket badged with Parachute Qualification Wing fitted on an Airborne Command oval and shoulder patch for troops under supervised training of the Airborne Command 507th Regiment and staff sergeant stripes. With the documents is a scrap book with minor tekst other then the action described above, a bible which is named to Cpl. Stamper, civil wallet executed in typical North African goats letter (and often encountered with veteran bring backs who served in North Africa) with pictures and invasion money, telegram and a written letter to his parents. There is also an orignal 82nd Airborne formation patch with this grouping. Interesting enough there is also programme of a Regimental Christmas d.d. 25 december 1944. In this programme Stamper had been promoted to Staff Sergeant and was a member of the Cadre of Company M, 2nd Parachute Training Regiment. Suggesting he made further career in the army after returning to the U.S.A. Next to the documents is a Original set of dog tags, used condition and unbadged garisson cap as well as a boxed Purple Hart medal. This is a truly nice set of U.S. 82nd Airborne history.
Fully Matching Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack And Carrying Straps - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and IMO unissued Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack and fully matching carrying straps. All are executed in the distinct Canadian tan shade and marked with Canadian Broad Arrow. The straps are both makers marked and 1942 dated Z.L. & T.L. Ltd makers marked as is the small pack itself. Hard to find with matching makers marks in such condition.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches - In Mint Condition In Mint condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches -Good Condition In Good condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked MS & U Ltd and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches -Good Condition In Good condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked MS & U Ltd and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches Small - Mint Condition In mint condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked MS & U Ltd and 1943 dated. Both pouches are marked "small" on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
Gordon Highlanders Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A very neat example of a cap badge to the Gordon Highlanders. The cap badge is in clearly used although nice condition, missing the split pen on the back.
Harley-Davidson 42 WLA 1943 Engine number 42WLA17856 Harley-Davidson 42 WLA From 1943 Engine number 42WLA17856 The Harley-Davidson has been complete restored by myself with most orginal parts its 100% complete very good running and I have driven 200 Miles on the road so far The Harley-Davidson WLA has a compete Dutch registration and comes with a windscreen Look to the pictures any questions Call or email me on clements.trading@worldonline.nl / 0031655885206 We can help with shipping and or delivery
Increasingly hard to find Paratrooper/SOE Knee Pads 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these British Paratrooper and/or SOE Knee Pads. The knee pads are IMO nice used condition. The kneepads are 1943 dated and broad Arrow marked. Furthermore the elastic is flexible as is the foam pad. Wool, moth free with quick release lanyard present and undamaged. Hard to be upgraded.
Infanterie Sturmabzeichen i.e. infantry assault badge - Nice Used Condition This is a truly very nice - and actually very detailed! - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen. being an unmarked example that is executed in greyish-bronze coloured and/or zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink'), in overall nice albeit used and/or worn condition.
Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse') being a non-maker-marked example (of the 'standard-design' This is a very nice surely issued probably never worn Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse') with pre-folded and/or non-confectioned (and approx. 29 cms. long-sized-) ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). The cross appears to be void of a makers mark.
Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse') being a non-maker-marked example (of the 'standard-design' This is a very nice surely issued probably never worn Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse') with pre-folded and/or non-confectioned (and approx. 29 cms. long-sized-) ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). The cross appears to be void of a makers mark.
Kriegsmarine Enlisted Men Breast Eagle - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this Kriegsmarine EM Type Breast Eagle (Hoheitsabzeichen). This type of breast eagles were intended to be fitted on the bleu woolen navy uniforms.
Matching Set of un-issued embroided black on green Intelligence Corps shoulder titles - Mint Condition A nice matching set of un-issued embroided black on green Intelligence Corps shoulder titles This is agood example of a nice matching set of un-issued embroided black on green Intelligence Corps shoulder titles. On 19 July 1940 a new Intelligence Corps was created by Army Order 112 and has existed since that time. The Army had been unprepared for collecting intelligence for deployment to France, and the only intelligence had been collected by Major Sir Gerald Templer. The Corps trained operatives to parachute at RAF Ringway; some of these were then dropped over France as part of the Special Operations Executive (SOE). Intelligence Corps officers were involved in forming the highly-effective Long Range Desert Group, and Corps officer Lt Col Peter Clayton was one of the four founders of the Special Air Service (SAS). Around 40 per cent of British Army personnel at Bletchley Park were in the Intelligence Corps. The Combined Allied Intelligence Corps as it was known in Malta, began recruiting in 1940 following Italy’s entry into the war on the side of Germany. Among its many responsibilities in the Mediterranean Theatre were debriefing and interrogation of high-ranking prisoners of war in East Africa following Mussolini's invasion of Abyssinia (“Eldoret” P.O.W. Camp no. 365 being one example), counter-intelligence operations following Operation Husky the Allied invasion of Sicily in August 1943, and implementation of the Allied Screening Commission. The Commission was established by Field-Marshal Sir Harold Alexander a few days after the fall of Rome in June 1944 to identify and reimburse Italian civilians who had assisted Allied escapees. The set is in a perfect condition. Hard to up-grade.
Named British Tommy Helmet With Royal Artillery Decal 1940 Dated - Privately Found In Uden The Netherlands An very attractive British Tommy Helmet. Named to L/BDR Lovett. The helmet helmet bears its Original paint and is fitted with an Original applied Royal Artillery Decal. The helmet is fitted with a 1940 dated liner, makers marked TTO and sized 7 1/4. Furthmore the helmet shell is makers marked JJS and also 1940 dated. The chinstrap is Original to the helmet. This helmet was one of three and found privately in the town of Uden in the Netherlands. The town of Uden was in the middle of Market Garden frontline in september 1944.
New Release ! ‘Fighting the British at Arnhem’ By Bob Gerritsen ‘Fighting the British at Arnhem’ describes, amongst other events, the involvement of the SSUnterführerschule Arnheim in what is now known as ‘The Battle of Arnhem’. The SSUnterführerschule Arnheim was a school for soldiers of the Waffen-SS where they were trained to become non-commissioned officers. The training was extremely demanding and rigorous. During the ‘Battle of Arnhem’ the school's officers and students were chiefly deployed on the western fringes of the area so desperately defended by the 1st British Airborne Division. The school was established at the end of 1943 in Arnhem and remained there till August 1944. In that month the school was sent to the Dutch coast and deployed for coastal defence duties. At the beginning of September 1944 it was moved again. This time the school had to take up security duties along the River Waal. When, on 17th September 1944, the 1st British Airborne Division landed in the Wolfheze area, the school was swiftly mobilised and transported to the battle area. It was incorporated into the ‘Kampfgruppe von Tettau’, a force raised as a direct result of the airborne landings. This force was commanded by Generalleutnant Hans von Tettau. Its main task was to destroy the British airborne forces and thwart Allied plans, both of which they managed to do. Not only does Bob Gerritsen share with us the school's early history and its deployment during the Battle of Arnhem, but he goes on to describe the unit’s desperate struggle to fend off later Allied attacks in the area south of the River Rhine. There the school fought fierce battles and suffered many casualties, eventually leading to its demise and disbandment in November 1944. ‘Fighting the British at Arnhem’ Subtitle: SS-Unterführerschule Arnheim Its Origins and Operations against the 1st British Airborne Division September 1944 Author : Bob Gerritsen 224 pages, over 300 b/w photographs, documents & maps, full colour cover, hardback. ISBN : 978-90-812703-9-7 Pre-Order Now!! Available From 21st of September 2018
New Release! BRIDGES ARE OURS (VOLUME 2) A Pictorial History Of The 82ND U.S. Airborne Division During Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New and long awaited release!! Bridges are Ours” begins with the fight for the Nijmegen bridges. Roughly, five different attacks took place and each is dealt with in great detail. The main attacks on September 19 and 20, when the 2nd Battalion of the 505th Regiment, supported by British tanks, attacked both the railway and the road bridges from the south are discussed in detail. When the German defenders would not budge, the 504th Regiment was ordered to cross the Waal River in small boats, an action called by many one of the most heroic actions of WW2. De Trez and Hendrikx untangle the decision-making process of the Waal crossing and provide a detailed description, illustrated with many artifacts. After the 82nd Division accomplished all its missions, the last regiment is inserted in the fight. The 325th Glider Regiment was delayed for many days due to bad weather and dangerous planning. However, in the defensive battles that followed, the 325th Regiment played an important role. “Bridges Are Ours” continues with the defensive battles of the 504th, 505th and 508th Regiments and its supporting artillery battalions. The activities of the glider pilots, members of the Air Force who were called upon to perform as infantry, are also covered. Many newly discovered photos tell a story of danger and misery. Units of the Division Headquarters, such as the Military Police, the Signalmen and the Medical Battalion are also well documented in “Bridges Are Ours”. The final chapter provides a critical assessment of the leading commanders of Operation Market Garden and their roles in the decision-making process and the execution of the operation. Sources in British and American archives shed new light on the historiography of Operation Market Garden. The edition compromises a Hardback – 512 pages – 850+ photos. English version
New Release! BURNING BRIDGES 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New and long awaited release!! Burning Bridges” begins with the introduction, where the decision-making process that led to Operation Market Garden is explained in great detail. The subsequent chapters discuss the preparations in the marshalling areas in England, the activities of the Pathfinders, and the boarding of the aircraft by all paratroop regiments and battalions. The glider lifts are also well covered by many newly discovered photographs. After the entire division was airborne, “Burning Bridges” continues with the actual drops at the drop- and landing zones as well as the first two days of combat. The drop of the 504th Regiment and the capture of the Grave Bridge and the bridges over the Maas-Waal Canal are covered first. Hundreds of photographs, documents and artifacts tell the successful story of the capture of the bridges. The landings of the 505th and 508th Regiments on Drop Zones N and T in Groesbeek, east of Nijmegen are also covered. The Germans were overwhelmed and resistance was still negligible. It was the quiet before the storm. The book compromises a Hardback – 464 pages – 700+ photos and English version.
New Release! Fallschirmjager Volume 2 By Roly Pickering - Detailed Work On German Paratrooper Specialist Clothing And Equipment - Published By Military Mode Publishing Fallschirmjager volume 2 by Roly Pickering is the long awaited new publication. Following the successful volume 1 covering helmets and smocks, this 2nd volume examines, in fine detail, the manufacture, design and history of German Paratrooper trousers, boots and para specific equipment. Some rare ‘unknown to many’ items are unearthed, the Fallschirmjager ammo carrying harness to name but a few. Also heavily feature in the work is the ultra rare side lace up para boots and the scarce FG42 ammo bandolier in splinter pattern. Almost 260 pages makes this one of Military Modes biggest books to date. As can be expected the book is executed in great detail and complete with many period pictures, as well as pictures from fine pieces from (private) collections world wide.
New Release! Oosterbeek-Arnhem 1944 Toen & Nu By Guus de Vries New Release! This book in the famous series Toen & Nu (Then & Now). Oosterbeek-Arnhem 1944. Published in Dutch but with many pictures that would be of interest to non-dutch readers aswell. The book contains 154 pages and 300 colour and black & white images as well as maps, aerial pictures and the famous Then & Now shots. The book comes with a Perimeter walking guide. The book focusses on the action in and around Oosterbeek, the West of Arnhem, Perimeter, Landing1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade and the escape of the river Rhine at the end of the Battle. Dit boek gaat over het deel van operatie Market-Garden dat zich in de omgeving van Arnhem afspeelde, met de nadruk op de gebeurtenissen in Oosterbeek: de landing van de Britse 1st Airborne Division ten westen van Oosterbeek; de opmars naar en gevechten in westelijk Arnhem; de strijd rond de noordelijke oprit van de Arnhemse verkeersbrug; de landing van de 1st Polish Independent Parachute Brigade; en de dagenlange belegering van de Oosterbeekse perimeter, eindigend met de nachtelijke evacuatie over de Rijn. Al deze onderwerpen worden beschreven en afgebeeld op de bekende ’40-’45 Toen & Nu manier: het verhaal van de historische gebeurtenissen wordt geillustreerd met veel originele foto’s en vergelijkende opnames van de huidige situatie. Ook is een groot aantal kaarten en luchtfoto’s opgenomen. Als extra bevat deze uitgave ook een rijk geïllustreerde wandelgids langs de Oosterbeekse perimeter. (154 pagina’s, ruim 300 zwart-wit en kleurenillustraties, gebonden. ISBN 978-90-70987-060) |
New Release!! British Airborne Insignia Volume 2 By Oliver Lock Published By Military Mode Publishing British Airborne Insignia Volume 2, is the long awaited follow-up to volume 1, it both extends and complements the first book. This work covers in depth the insignia of the Allied Airborne units and those parachute trained personnel in exile (Such as the Dutch Commando and Polish Parachute Brigade) within the UK. Also covered are the important units of Commonwealth parachutists. Agian this book has been put together with close cooperation with the Airborne Assault Museum and many advanced collectors from all over the world. Featuring unique items both from public and private collections. In addition this edition features a special chapter on the Special Forces parachutists insignia, flags and pennants and more on British Indian airborne insignia. As well as chapter on the return of the Pegasus into the British Army.
New Release!! British Painted Steel (Helmets) By Oliver Lock - Military Mode Publishing The latest book from Military Mode Publishing, being a 175 page, fully illustrated hard back book, illustrating steel helmets of the British forces in WWII, many helmets being camouflage, netted and decaled with divisional insignia. The work by well-known author Oliver Lock, is very much a pictorial study of the subject which til now has never been covered and a superb high resolution insight in to an area of collecting that has grown in recent years. Many helmets featured in this book are from private collections including our own private collection.
Orange is the Collar of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September Orange is the Color of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September The complete story of the 101st Airborne Division in Holland from Market Garden. Written by Peter Hendriks and Michel de Trez and published by the D-Day Paratroopers Historical Centre. Part 1: Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 describes the preparations and en and crossing to Holland on 17 september 1944. The history is richely illustrated with many pictures and documents most of them never published before (207 paginas) Pice €49,00. Part 2: Orange is the colour of the day describes the drop and landingszones and fighting of the 501st PIR, 502nd PIR en 506th PIR of the 101ste Airborne Divisie in and around Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Udenand the Betuwe (the Island). The book consists off 560 pages and is equally rich illustrated with previously unknown photo material. Part one and two both contain over 1200 pictures and documents most of the never published before. As we are used to in the books of Michel de Trez the historical pictures and text are added with pictures of uniforms, helmets and equipment often used during the operation in the Netherlands. price € 79.50 Price: 124.00 EUR
Orange is the Collar of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September Orange is the Color of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September The complete story of the 101st Airborne Division in Holland from Market Garden. Written by Peter Hendriks and Michel de Trez and published by the D-Day Paratroopers Historical Centre. Part 1: Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 describes the preparations and en and crossing to Holland on 17 september 1944. The history is richely illustrated with many pictures and documents most of them never published before (207 paginas) Pice €49,00. Part 2: Orange is the colour of the day describes the drop and landingszones and fighting of the 501st PIR, 502nd PIR en 506th PIR of the 101ste Airborne Divisie in and around Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Udenand the Betuwe (the Island). The book consists off 560 pages and is equally rich illustrated with previously unknown photo material. Part one and two both contain over 1200 pictures and documents most of the never published before. As we are used to in the books of Michel de Trez the historical pictures and text are added with pictures of uniforms, helmets and equipment often used during the operation in the Netherlands. price € 79.50 Price: 124.00 EUR
Original Hoffman German Press Photo Of Herman Goring And General Ludendorff A very nice and Original Hoffman Press photo from 1923. Depicting Herman Goring next to General Ludendorff (WW1 General/Battle of Liege).
Pair Of 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Non Matching A nice and unissued pair of 1937 pattern webbing cross straps. The pair is non matching. And compromise two regular cross straps. Both straps are 1942 dated.
Pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Basic Pouches 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice pair of IMO nice used British 1937 Pattern Webbing Basic Pouches. The pair compromises a non matching pair, yet both are clearly 1942 dated.
Pair Of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Unissued Condition IMO in unissued condition this pair of Pair Of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps. The pair consists of the so-called "male" and "female strap. Both straps are dated (male 1942 and female 1941).
Pair Of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Unissued Condition IMO in unissued condition this pair of Pair Of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps. The pair consists of the so-called "male" and "female strap. Both straps are dated 1942
Pair Of U.S. M43 Buckle Boots Size 5E - Nice Used Condition A very nice IMO best to be described as nice used condition pair of U.S. M43 Brown Leather Buckle Boots. The boots appear to be in nice yet used condition and do not have any damages other then the obvious traces of wear. The boots are clearly marked size 5E. The further markings such as date and stocknumber are too much faded in both boots to be identified.
Pair Of WH (HEER) Medical Collar Tabs - Mint Condition A fully matching pair of WH (HEER) Officiers medical collar tabs. In absolute mint condition. Hard to be upgraded.
Pair Of WH Medical Officers Type Shoulder Boards - Mint Condition In mint condition this fully matching pair of WH medical officers type shoulder boards. Cannot be upgraded.
Pair Off British Sergeant Stripes - Uniform Removed A very nice and matching pair of British Sergeant Stripes. In clear uniform removed condition.
Pair Off WH (Luftwaffe) Hermann Göring Division Enlisted Men Shoulder Boards - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint example of a matching pair off WH (Luftwaffe) (Famous) Hermann Göring Division Enlisted MensShoulder Boards. Hard to be upgraded!
Rara Camoflaged ATS (Womans) Leather Jerking 1945 - Unissued -Condition Increasingly hard to find these days this A.T.S. (Woman) Camoflaged Leather Jerking. The leather jerking is in nice unissued condition IMO mint, with some minor traces of wear in the collar. The stitiching often very much degraded is is good condition. The Jerkin is fitted with a clear label, measuring a size 2 and 1945 dated. Furthermore the Jerkin is clearly War Department Marked. The Jerkin is camoflaged with a very light and suttle Green/OD Shade. A truly nice example of an A.T.S. Camoflaged Leather Jerkin. Hard to be upgraded.
Rare Tommy Helmet Fitted With Canadian Anti Gas Cover - Near Mint Condition A very nice British Tommy Helmet manufactured by BMB and 1939 dated.The helmet is fitted with Canadian chinstraps The helmet appears to be painted black on the inside and out. The helmet is fitted with a Canadian Anti Gas cover which is clearly marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow and dated 1942. The anti gas cover appears to be in mint condition with no cuts or damages.
Rare 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Uniform 76th Highland Field Regiment BEF/DDay/Holland - Nice Used Condition One off a kind and airing history. Recently found in a house clearance in Tenterden, Kent; U.K. This originally badged 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Uniform. The Jacket is badged to a Royal Artillery Sergeant in the 76th Highland Field Regiment. This Regiment saw early action as part of the British Expeditionary Force (BEF) after which it was transfered to the 3rd Division with whom it stayed throughout the war. In 1943 the 3rd Division was assigned to the 21st Army Group and took part in Operation Overlord (D-Day) and landed on Sword Beach and was involved in the capture of Caen. After Normandy the division played a role in Operation Market Garden and later a major role in the capture of German cities such as Bremen. The 76th (Highland) Field Regiment was placed in suspended animation in 1946. Both particular jacket and trousers are in very nice yet used condition. The uniform is executed in very thick wool material and white pockets indicating a very early year of production possibly 1938/1939. The jacket is fitted with Original yet washed out label. But there are no specific traces of damages. A truly unique uniform that cannot be upgraded!
Rare 1941 Dated U.S. Pistol Belt - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition this rare 1941 dated U.S. Pistol Belt. We hardly come across pistol belts with such and early date. The belt is clearly makers marked R.M.C.O. Cannot be upgraded!
Rare Army Air Force Survival Fishing Equipment - Nice Used Condition This is very nice used Army Air Force set of Survival Fishing Equipment. The HBT fabric rol is near to complete and comes with Original paper instruction leaflet. The tool rol is designed as an appron s so you'd have easy access to the equipment. A sort of item we do not come across on a regular basis. Hard to upgrade is such condition.
Rare Arnhem Battle 50th Anniversary Medal - Nice Used Condition This is a rare medal to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Arnhem. For this anniversary a medal was made and sold in the U.K. to the public. In addition the Dutch municipalities and Arnhem Veterans Club issued a medal to all certified veterans who attend the anniversary. This medal compromises the latest and was only issued to Arnhem veterans. An Obvious special memento that not often comes on the market.
Rare British (Airborne) Bicycle Repair Kit In Webbing Carrying Case 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This a rare piece of British Airborne Equipment. A webbing carrying case to be used with the BSA Folding Bicycle carrying a bicycle repair kit. The webbing case is executed with Original webbing carrying sling and is 1944 dated as well as marked with the Broad Arrow. The contents of the repair kit are complete and all from the brand "Weldtite". The kit consists off; sand paper, rubber solution, cycle repair outfit and patches. All apear in unssiued condition yet the tube of rubber solution is empty. A very rare and iconic piece of equipment.
Rare British (Airborne) Glider Pilot Helmet Complete With Earphones And Plug - Nice Used Condition This is a truly unique item we hardly do come across. This British (Airborne) Glider Pilot Helmet complete with earphones, string and plug. These type of helmets would have often used after the war as racing helmet and cut up and alterated for that reason. Hence rare to find in such prestine condition. The helmet is refered to as 'Helmet, Crash, Lightweight'. Stores reference 22c/943. Initially developed as a protective helmet for the RAF but later issued to British Army Air Corps glider pilots and well known to be worn during operations such as Overlord/D-Day and The Battle of Arnhem. The helmet is executed in a moulded fibre and attached with leather sides utilized from the C Type Flying Cap.The leather is also clearly Air Ministry Marked as well as sized and appears dated 1942. These are fitted with Air Ministry Marked Earphones and Original wiring loom. The liner itself is in equal nice used condition and clearly size marked 7 1/2. A truly fantastic and very rare piece of British Airborne Headgear, airing history and with a great patina finish!
Rare British Airborne Denison Smock Sized 3 Early Camoflage - Nice Used Condition Rarely encountered these days is a nice used Denison Smock in a size 3, which would have been a regular size during the war. This particular Denison Smock is executed in the early war camoflage pattern. And although clearly used it retains a fantastic patina! The tail has also been cut off which is a very common feature on war issued smocks, as the tail was considered unpractical in the field. Although in nice used conditon the wool cuffs appear to be in very nice condition and have little degradation. The zip is in working order, and the smock is fitted with the so-called "newey" press studs. The smock has been produced by C.W.S. which was one main manufacturers for British Uniforms. Uniforms produced by C.W.S. were rarely dated. If they dated the label would have been stamped with a date by a ink stamp. A truly nice British Airborne Smock, rarely seen in in this size and in such nice used condition.
Rare British Airborne Parachutist Rifle Valise 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice yet used condition this Rare British Airborne Rifle Valise. These Valise would have been issued to British Parachutists to protect their rifle during jumps. This particular valise was intended to hold the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. Executed in felcron and webbing valises found these days are often in bad and damaged condition. Often these Valises are found in unissued condition, being in used condition makes it quite unique. This particular valise does appear to be free of any damages and remains clearly makers marked M.E.C.o and 1944 dated. A nice piece of British Airborne equipment that is hard to be upgraded.
Rare British Airborne Parachutist Rifle Valise 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition1945 In very nice yet used condition this Rare British Airborne Rifle Valise. These Valise would have been issued to British Parachutists to protect their rifle during jumps. This particular valise was intended to hold the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. Executed in felcron and webbing valises found these days are often in bad and damaged condition. Often these Valises are found in unissued condition, being in used condition makes it quite unique. This particular valise does appear to be free of any damages and remains clearly makers marked H&S LTD and 1945 dated. A nice piece of British Airborne equipment that is hard to be upgraded.
Rare British Airborne Toggle Rope - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find, especially in such condition! This British Airborne toggle rope. The rope is in nice used condition and does not appear to be dated or makers marked. Original toggle ropes are usually not makers marked or dated. This is the Thicker model A very rare British Airborne item
Rare British Airborne Water Bucket -Nice-Used Condition Extremely rare and in nice used condition this British Airborne Water Bucket. The bucket is makers marked on the bottom of the bucket . The bag is complete with Original lid and carrying sling. A very rare British Airborne item that cannot be upgraded. As described in IMO nice used condition.
Rare British Airborne/SOE Strap For Attaching Quick Release To Cargo Parachute - Mint Condition This a very rare and unusual piece of British Airborne/SOE equipment. Cargo Parachutes that were used for droppings containers such as the C Type container. For cargo dropped from higher altitudes quick releases would have been fitted with a quick release. These would be fitted with this band. A truly nice and unique piece of Airborne/SOE equipment.
Rare British First Airborne Airborne Light Artillery (Airlanding) Battle Dress Jacket - Nice Used Condition This is a very unique and full Original British Airborne Battle Dress Jacket. The jacket compromises a nice and early 1937 pattern jacket, 1939 dated and sized 7. The battle dress is full Original badged to a private attached the British Airborne Light Artillery. Compromising embroided pegasus formation patches, Airborne strips and Royal Artillery shoulder tittles. The tunic is also fitted with white lanyard. The jacket was held in a private collection and recently aquired. Airing history and with a great patina. The battle dress has various and significant moth repairs. Yet done profesionally and with Original material, and IMO do not make the jacket any less attractive. The Jacket came from a Arnhem veteran 25 years ago but the name has been lost The British Airborne Airborne Light Artillery played a significant role during Operation Market Garden i.e. the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. The tunic is badged with the so-called Airborne Strips which were issued to Airborne Troops attached to the Airlanding Brigades and landed into the Netherlands by Glider. In this case could have been troops with armourer such as 6, 25 Pounder or 75MM Howitzers. A fantastic Airborne Battle Dress with great history and patina!
Rare British Made 1st Troop Carrier Patch For Overseas Units – Mint A rare British Made cloth patch to the U.S. Army Troop Carrier. There would have been various types of patches issued. This particular patch would have been issued to overseas units. This patch made for the 1st troop carrier command would commonly have been worn by troops in other Troop Carrier Commands who passed through the 1st Troop Carrier Command. Mint conditon!
Rare British Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Fighter Pilot Type C Leather Flying Helmet - Nice Used Condition This is a Rare British Royal Navy Fleet Air Arm Fighter Pilot Type C Leather Flying Helmet. IMO in nice used, yet near to mint condition. These helmets were introduced in 1941. Executed in Brown leather and fitted with Original wiring loom and earphones. The liner of the helmet is marked with serial i.e. production numbers and possibly a size which is hard to read. Yet the flying cap is a mannequin size. An rare sort of flying cap, hard to be upgraded.
Rare Canadian Made 30CAL Ammunition Belt - Unissued Condition This is a very rare example of a Canadian Made belt intended to fit ammuntion for the 30 Caliber machine gun. The belt appears in unissued condition and .A very nice and item very hard to find!
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Uniform Removed Condition In very nice although uniform removed condition are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Uniform Removed Condition In very nice although uniform removed condition are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Used Condition In reasonable condition, clearly being uniform removed and with some minor damgaes are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Two Tone Camoflage Helmet Net - Mint Condition This is a rare Canadian Helmet net, executed in two tone camoflage. IMO in mint condition
Rare Canadian Two Tone Camoflage Helmet Net - Mint Condition This is a rare Canadian Helmet net, executed in two tone camoflage. IMO in mint condition
Rare Canadian Two Tone Camoflage Helmet Net - Mint Condition This is a rare Canadian Helmet net, executed in two tone camoflage. IMO in mint condition
Rare Canadian Two Tone Camoflage Helmet Net - Mint Condition This is a rare Canadian Helmet net, executed in two tone camoflage. IMO in mint condition
Rare Canadian Two Tone Camoflage Helmet Net - Mint Condition This is a rare Canadian Helmet net, executed in two tone camoflage. IMO in mint condition
Rare Early British Airborne Leather Sten Gun Dropping Valise - Unissued Condition This is an extremely hard to find item. IMO in unissued condition with only wear of storage. This brown leather dropping Valise intended to hold the Sten Gun whilst descending from the aircraft. The leather case is 20 ½" long and another 5" longer including the canvas closure. T is a canvas bag sewn to the body that holds the drop rope. Small wire pins hold the case around the leg and these are present. Once out of the aircraft, the paratrooper would pull these pins and the case would drop below him. Marked "B. H.G. 1942" and broad arrow marked. This is a rare and very complete piece of early British Airborne Equipment.
Rare First Model British Airborne Leather Sten Gun Dropping Valise - Unissued Condition This is an extremely hard to find item. IMO in unissued condition with only wear of storage. This black leather i.e. First Model dropping Valise intended to hold the Sten Gun whilst descending from the aircraft. The leather case is 20 ½" long and another 5" longer including the canvas closure. T is a canvas bag sewn to the body that holds the drop rope. Small wire pins hold the case around the leg and these are present. Once out of the aircraft, the paratrooper would pull these pins and the case would drop below him. This is a rare and very complete piece of early British Airborne Equipment.
Rare First War Royal Flying Corps Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition In clear used condition this rare First War Royal Flying Corps Cap Badge. In nice condition although can be upgraded.
Rare Khaki Shade U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1943 - Nice Used Condition This is a rare example of a IMO unissued and mint Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This particular scabbard is executed in the rare Khaki Shade. This special belt holster was adopted from 1943. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded
Rare Kings Own Rifle Corps Battle Dress And Trousers - Mint Condition This this a truly unique and IMO mint condition Battle Dress Blouse and Trousers. The Battle Dress is badged to a Staff Sergeant of the Kings Own Rifle Brigade, and is fitted with Original shoulder tittles, rank insignia, lanyard and ribbons of the European operations this Staff Sergeant would have been part off. Both the blouse and trousers are fitted with Kings Own Rifle Corps buttons displaying the regimental crest and a kings crown. Being fitted with ribbons of both the Africa and Italy Star it is suggested that this jacket would have belonged to a member of the The 1st Battalion, KRRC. That saw action in famous battles such as El Alamein in 1942 and in the Italian Campaign. The trousers compromise a size 7 and are clearly War Department marked, and marked with the letter Z indication year of issue 1945. Like the trousers the blouse is also 1945 dated, fitted with label and sized 7.
Rare M-1942 Enameled Canteen 1942 Dated - In mint condition this M-1942 enameled canteen. The canteen is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. These canteens would only be made in 1942.
Rare Paperwork Including Operation Statistics 7th Armored Division - Wayne N Benedict Div HQ Various documents belonging to Wayne N Benedict Div HQ. The documents include Original Operational Statistics in continental Europe, produced by the divisional intelligence section. These notes include the events from disembarking in Normany in August 1944 untill the end of the war. Including the part taking in Operation Market Garden/Hells Highway and the fiece action around St Vith in Belgium Ardennes. Furthermore a restricted document of Enlisted men that were transfered back to the USA under the so-called Green Project. Also two printed publications on the story and action of the 7th Armored Division and Original poster format overview off all Continental Europe action of the Division "Box Score" All printed by the Heidelberg Printing Company (Germany) in 1945/ All supported by a 7th armored Association membership lanyard. A very unique piece of history that could form a base for further research.
Rare Polish Airborne Cloth Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is an IMO mint example of a Polish Airborne Cap Badge. This badge compromises a cloth embroided example and is increasingly hard to find these days. These type of badges would have been worn by Polish Airborne troops.
Rare Silver Plated & Open Crown British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Cap Bad This is a rare example of a silver plated British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. The badge is silver marked on the rear. Furthermore this example compromises a so-called open crown example. The crown compromises a Kings Crown indicating its wartime origine. A truly rare variation of a Parachute Regiment Cap Badge.
Rare SOE/Resistance C Type Dropping Container With Original Black Parachute This is a rare example off the so-called C Type Dropping Container. This type of container was specific designed and produced for airdrop supplies to the resistance in occupied territory. Containers are know in the colours, black, green, grey and sometimes khaki and weight approx. 38KG. These containers would have been produced by various makers and hence slight differences in details may be encountered. The container is in very good yet restored condition. Its comes with a. Cargo Parachute. The parachute is in nice yet used condition and complete with all lines and comes in its Original dropping case which is in equal nice used condition and complete with all hooks. The parachute itself is executed in Black silk. Please note: shipping quote on request.
Rare U.S. (Airborne) Rubber M7 Carring Bag Intended For M5 Gasmask -Unissued Condition In nice used condition this rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment. This Rubber M7 Carrying bag intended for the M5 gas mask. The Rubber bag is intended to be used to hold the M5 assualt gasmask and used by all US Assault troops. In suberb condition and seamingly never been issued.
Rare U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case Rigger 1943 Converted For Garand - Mint Condition A standard U.S. M1 Carbine carrying case period "Rigger" converted to hold the Garand rifle. This is a common rigger conversion that we have come across before. These type of conversions would be common practice by U.S. Airborne riggers. The case is dated 1943 and is in stone mint condition with original carrier sling afixed to the case and full working zip. Cannot be upgraded!
Rare U.S. (Airborne) Rubber M7 Carring Bag Intended For M5 Gasmask -Unissued Condition In IMO unissued d condition this rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment. This Rubber M7 Carrying bag intended for the M5 gas mask. The Rubber bag is intended to be used to hold the M5 assualt gasmask and used by all US Assault troops. In suberb condition cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. (Airborne) Rubber M7 Carring Bag Intended For M5 Gasmask -Unissued Condition In unissued condition this rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment. This Rubber M7 Carrying bag intended for the M5 gas mask. The Rubber bag is intended to be used to hold the M5 assualt gasmask and used by all US Assault troops. In excellent condition and seamingly never been issued.
Rare U.S. Airborne Invasion Flag Armband - Unissued Condition This is a rare example of an unissued condition U.S. Airborne Invasion Flag. This so-called third type was a flag printed as an armband on sturdy paper. This type was issued for the Southern France, Holland typically by the 82nd and 101 Airborne, and Rhine jumps and was worn as an armband or cut or folded and pinned to the sleeve. The armband is as described unissued, with some folds and greases due to years of storage. Yet hardly encountered in such fantastic condition. Cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. stone mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. Both gloves are fully matching and still attached to eachother by Original facture rope. Both gloves are clearly sized M and are both makers marked as well as marked with a Quartermaster Number. The quartermaster number relates to a production run of april 1944. An unique oppurtunity to obtain such mint and fully matching U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves.
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. stone mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. Both gloves are fully matching and still attached to eachother by Original facture rope. Both gloves are clearly sized M and are both makers marked as well as marked with a Quartermaster Number. The quartermaster number relates to a production run of april 1944. An unique oppurtunity to obtain such mint and fully matching U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 Carbine Folding Stock Complete - Unissued This is an increasingly hard to come by item. This compromises a folding stock for the M1A1 Carbine especially modified for U.S. Airborne Forces. The folding is complete with metal but and wooden top plate. A very hard to find piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment in unissued and near mint condition.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1943 This is a rare example of a nice unissud Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This particular scabbard is executed in the rare Khaki Shade. This special belt holster was adopted from 1943. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1943 - Unissued Condition This is a rare example of a IMO unissued and hence stone mint Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This special belt holster was adopted from 1943 and executed on the OD No. 7 shade. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice unissued and IMO stone mint Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This special belt holster was adopted from 1944. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. British Made Pistol Belt 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition What appears to be in nice used condition and marked with laundry number. This 1944 dated British Made U.S. Pistol Belt. Increasingly hard to find these days!
Rare U.S. Carrying Bag Intended For 30CAL Ammunition Boxes - Mint Condition Rare U.S. First Model Carrying Bag intended to hold two ammunition boxes for the 30CAL Machine Gun. Each box would hold up to 250 rounds of macine gun ammunition. The carrying case is clearly U.S. marked and fitted with Original carrying strap. A very rare item that cannot be upgraded!
Rare U.S. M-1917 Three Pocket Ammunition Pouch - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and in unissued condition M-1917 Three Pocket Ammuntion Pouch. The pouch is intended to hold up to six Cal.45 revolver clips. It was worn on the pistol belt. The pouch is makers marked and apears to be dated although the stamp is somewhat faded to translate to date. A unusual item
Rare U.S. M1 Carbine Carrying Case Rigger Converted For Garand - Mint Condition A standard U.S. M1 Carbine carrying case period "Rigger" converted to hold the Garand rifle. These type of conversions would be common practice by riggers. The case is dated 1943 and is in stone mint condition.
Rare U.S. Thompson Submachine Gun Cover - Near Mint Condition A very nice example of a U.S. army cover intended to carry the Thompson Submachine Gun.The cover is in excellent condition with a zip in full working order and all leather fixtures and fittings still in tact. The cover has a very small hole as can be seen on the pictures. Increasingly hard to find!
Re-print ‘For No Apparent Reason’, the shooting of Captain Brian Brownscombe GM, RAMC, by Bob Gerritsen - Published By R.N. Sigmond Publishing ‘For No Apparent Reason’ The Shooting of Captain Brian Brownscombe GM, R.A.M.C.’ would never have been written but for Bob Gerritsen’s inquisitive nature. After reading Chris van Roekel’s book ‘Verscheurde Horizon’ (Tom Horizon) and ‘Red Berets and Red Crosses’ by Niall Cherry, Bob was left struggling with the question of the circumstances surrounding Captain Brownscombe’s death. Accurate research has produced a book about a minor fact in the wider context of the Battle of Arnhem, but indeed a fact which has to do with one of the few war crimes perpetrated during the battle. It comprises 32 pages (16,5 x 23cm), 18 b&w illustrations, softcover edition and is a reprint from the first print from 2000.
Re-Print ‘The Shiny 9th’ or ‘Airborne Engineers’ By Patrick Pronk - R.N. Sigmond Publishing ‘The Shiny 9th’ or ‘Airborne Engineers’, the story of the 9th (Airborne) Field Company RE 1939-1945’ by Patrick Pronk, which originally came out in 2001 in very limited edition. Now R.N. Sigmond Publishing has reprinted this scarce booklet. 110 Pages (16.5cm x 23cm), 68 b&w illustrations, softcover edition. Except for a few minor changes, a revised nominal roll and two better quality pictures, it is the same as the 2001 edition .
Reichsarbeitsdienst - (ie. RAD-) belt-buckle 1938 Dated Makers Marked G Brehmer - Near Mint Condition The neat (as always aluminium-based-) belt-buckle retains truly (almost) all of its silver-toned finish and comed IMO in near mint condition. The buckle itself is also stamped with the companys'-abbreviation: 'GB' and/or date: '38' (visible on the back of the buckle near the impressed swastika - see pictures). Hard to be upgraded.
Royal Canandian Air Force Side Cap 7 5/8 - Nice Used Condition A nice used example of a Royal Canandian Air Force Side Cap. The side cap is sized 7 5/8 and marked with the Canadian Style Broad Arrow. The side cap is badged with Original RCAF cap badge.In overal nice used condition with a very minor moth hole.
Scarce AN6510 Parachute Chest Pack - Mint Condition This is a scarce chest pack of the AN6510 parachute, also known as the S1 parachute. This type of parachute would have been prefered by pilots as they allowed better freedom when pilots moved their had suposed to other types of parachutes. In superb condition!
Scarce AN6510 Parachute Chest Pack - Mint Condition This is a scarce chest pack of the AN6510 parachute, also known as the S1 parachute. This type of parachute would have been prefered by pilots as they allowed better freedom when pilots moved their had suposed to other types of parachutes. In superb condition!
Scarce RAF Aircraft Horsa Glider Axe 1938 Dated - Nice Used Condition British RAF Aircraft Axe. The axe is clearly marked Air Ministry and dated 1938, one of the earliest we have ever come across. These axes are also known to have been used in The Horsa and Hamilcar Gliders. Hard to be upgraded.
Scarce RAF Woolen Socks Sized 11 - Nice Used Condition We not come across many of these. A pair of RAF socks as worn inside the flying boots by pilots and Air Crew. The socks are clearly marked although no date or makers mark can be made out although size 11 is clearly visible. There appears to be no damage and the socks are in overall nice used condition.
Scarce U.S. Army Issue Guide To The United Kingdom - Unissued Condition An very nice U.S. Army issue soldiers guide to the United Kingdom. The guide handles about all major point of interest whilst being stationed in England. Unissued condition!
Set of Five British Medal Defence Medal Italy Star-France and Germany Star And 1939-45 Star A set of five British medal consisting of British Medal Defence Medal Italy Star-France and Germany Star And 1939-45 Star All in nice condition and fitted with Original ribbons.
Set Of US Thompson Five Pocket Magazine Pouches - Unissued Condition A non-matching set of Five Pocket Thompson magazine pouches. The pouches are colour matching, although only one of the pouches appears to dated 1942. The pouches appear in unissued condition i.e. near mint condition. Hard to be upgraded.
Set Of WH Late War G43 Ammunition Pouches Both 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition This set compromises an IMO nice used condition pair of black leather Late War G43 Ammunition Pouches. Both pouches are 1944 dated and appear to makers marked, however they do not appear to be matching. The pouches have clear traces of wear, yet have no apparent damages on fixtures and fittings. Can be upgraded.
Set Off WH Sanitater i.e. Medic Pouches D.R.K. Sanitätslager Babelsberg Complete With Contents - Nice Used Condition A very nice pair off a pair Original black leather Sanitater i.e. Medic Pouches. One of the pouches is makers marked D.R.K. Sanitätslager Babelsberg 34. yet the pair compromises a full matching set. The pouches are best described as nice used with trace of wear and time on the exterior. Yet both pouches are Original packed with contents (hence we did not want to unpack the pouches completely). Contents include bandages, scissors, Jodtinktur and ample of other medical items. A very nice and complete pair that would be hard to upgrade!
Single WH Late War G43 Black Leather Ammunition Pouch 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition This single WH Late War G43 Black Leather Ammuntion Pouch is IMO in nice used condition. Being clearly used the pouch appears to have no apparent damages and all hooks and straps in place. The pouch is makers marked and 1944 dated. Can be upgraded.
South Staffordshire Brass Cap Badge - Mint Condition A very nice example of a standard brass Cap Badge to the South Staffordshire Regiment. The Regiment got its fame due the actions during the Battle of Arnhem in 1944 and subsequently two Victoria Cross winners. The badge has some light traces of wear and is IMO in mint condition.
South Staffordshire Bronze Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is a nice example of a Bronze executed cap badge to the South Staffordshire Regiment. This compromises an early model cap badge.The badge has no traces of wear and is IMO in mint condition. The South Staffordshire Regiment became famous due to its action during the Battle of Arnhem. Two members of the Regiment were awarded with a Victoria Cross.
State Colours And Welcome Letter Newly Joined Recruit Coldstream Guards 1944 A unique set of both a welcome letter by the Luitenant-Colonel commanding the Coldstream Guards to Guardsman C Willets 2668764. The letter sets out the characteristics of a "Coldstreamer" and appropriate behaviour. The letter is complemented by card stating the colours of the Coldstream Regiment which was send to the parents of Guardsman Willets, dating 7th december 1944.
U.S M1912 Pistol Magazine Poutch British Made Unissued Condition A British Made M1912 Pistol Magazine pouch. The pouch is clearly dated 1944 and makers marked. In absolute mint and unissued condition
U.S. (Airborne) Christy Sliding Blade Pocket Knife For Escape Map- Unissued Condition An increasingly hard to find item. This sliding blade pocket knife made by Christy Company and fitted in its Original unopend paper enveloppe. These knives would have been issued with the Survival Map Case C/D and issued to Airborne troops alike. In unissued and mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Demoltion Bag - Unissued Condition This is a very and unissued example of an U.S. (Airborne) demolition bag. These bags were used to carry TNT bars and often disposed during combat on the field. These bags were carried over the shoulder by the canvas strap that is fitted on the bag.
U.S. (Airborne) First Model M3 Fighting Knife Camillus 1943 And Leather M6 Scabbard MILSCO 1943 - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days a very attractive and IMO nice used example of a U.S. (Airborne) Fighting Knife and Original Leather M6 Scabbard. The leather scabbard which is in nice used condition with clear trace of wear, yet complete with full working press studs and the leather in overall good and smooth condition. The scabbard is clearly makers marked MILSCO and 1943 dated, as well as fitted with Original leather lace. The knive which is in equal nice used condition is clearly makers marked U.S. M3 Camillus and dated 1943. The knife compromises a rare first model (marked on the blade) example, the knife has a nice condition blade and handgrip. A truly nice pair of M3 Fighting Knife and M6 scabbard with a great patina finish!
U.S. (Airborne) Khaki M1 Carbine Carrying Case 1943 - Unissued Condition A very nice and IMO unissued U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case. Executed in khaki shade and cleary 1943 dated. The case is fitted with a full working zip. Clearly U.S. marked.
U.S. (Airborne) Khaki M1 Carbine Carrying Case 1944 - Unissued Condition A very nice and IMO unissued U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case. Executed in khaki shade and cleary 1944 dated. The case is fitted with a full working zip. Clearly U.S. marked.
U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case 1944 - Unissued Condition A very nice and unissued U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case. The case is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The zip is good working order, furthermore the case is clearly U.S. marked. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Taped M1936 Suspenders 1942 - Nice Used Condition In minimally used i.e nice used condition, these M1936 Suspenders. Makers marked G.R. Co and dated 1942. These suspenders are taped with friction tape. A common practice by U.S. Airborne troops in order to prevent the lose straps getting tangled.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. 101ST Airborne Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition This is is an IMO mint example of the iconic 101ST Airborne Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch. Issued to the 101st Airborne Troops parttaking in the infamous D-Day and Market Garden Operations in 1944.
U.S. 24 Unit First Aird Kit For Military Vehicles - Nice Used Condition A very neat and IMO nice used example of a U.S. First Aird Kit intended For Military Vehicles. The kit is clearly makred U.S. Army Medical Department. In the interior the paper instruction which remains undamaged. The kit comes with seventeen Original bandages first aid dressings, some of them being 1942 dated. A truly nice and complete kit with a great patina finish!
U.S. 3 Pocket Grenade Pouch 1944 - Mint Condition In very nice i.e. mint condition this U.S. 3 pocket grenade pouch. The pouch is fitted with its Original laces in order to fasten the pouch on the leg to minimize movenment. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked J.Q.M.D. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. 30CAL Ammo Boxes Set Of Five - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition is this set of five Original WW2 U.S. 30CAL ammo boxes. The boxes are executed in pressed steel and would hold 250 rounds of machine gun rounds. The price is for the Five Boxes
U.S. 30CAL Ammunition Belt - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a U.S. belt intended to fit ammuntion for the 30 Caliber machine gun.1942 dated The belt appears IMO in nice used condition with some rust on the metal part of the sling .A very nice item, increasingly very hard to find!
U.S. 30CAL Machine Gun Cleaning Rod And Carrying Case - Mint Condition In mint condition this cleaning rod intended for the 30CAL machine gun. The rod consists out of the parts that can be attached. The handlebar is marked with serialnumber. The rod comes in Original OD shade carrying case.
U.S. 5 Pocket 40 Round Magazine Carrying Pouch For M1918 Pedersen device attachment for the M1903 Sprigfield rifle - Mint Condition This is U.S. 5 Pocket 40 Round Magazine Carrying Pouch. Intended for use with the M1918 Pedersen device attachment for the M1903 Sprigfield rifle. With this Pedersen device it was possible to convert the Springfield rifle in a form of a sub machine gun or automatic rifle, so that's the reason why there are 40-rounds magazines. Executed in the distinct webbing like material and fitted with dividers in order to fit the magazines. The pouch is marked R.I.A. and 9-19. In very nice and IMO mint condition.
U.S. 50CAL Tripod Cover 1945 Dated - Stone Mint Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition. This U.S. Tripod Cover for the 50CAL Machine Gun. The cover is clearly makers marked and 1945 dated.T The cover was used to protect the head of the tripod when folded for transport. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. 60mm&81mm M4 Mortar Sight 1941 Dated And Extremely Rare Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and IMO nice used U.S. 60mm&81mm M4 Mortar Sight. The sight is clearly makers marked and 1941 dated and comes in Original and extremely rare carrying case. The case is in equal nice used condition with full working zip. A very nice and complete set hards to find together.
U.S. 82ND Airborne Badged M1943 Field Jacket - Nice Used Condition This U.S. M1943 Jacket has a fantastic patina! In IMO nice used condition with clear trace of wear in the neck and on the cuffs. The tunic is fitted with Original M1943 hat. The jacket is badged to a 82nd Airborne Corporal. With Original fitted 82nd Airborne Formation patch and corporal stripes. These jackets would typically have been worn in the European Theatre Of Operations (ETO) during operations such as D-Day and Market Garden. For these operations an cotton U.S. Assualt Flaf would have been worn on the right arm above the chevrons. There appears to be no labels, dates or sizes. Yet the the jacket is a decent manequin size and would look very attractive on display!
U.S. 82ND Airborne Wool Shirt - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used yet very attractive U.S. Wool Shirt. The shirt is Original badged with U.S. 82ND Airborne Formation Patch. In the interior the shirt is clearly marked with laundry number; F8623 giving the shirt an extra patina. The shirt is furthermore fitted with Original yet washed out label. The size label in the collar however is clearly readible and marks a size 15 1/2 - 33. A fantastic U.S. Airborne Shirt airing history! Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. 9th Troop Carrier Command Shoulder Patch - English Made U.S. 9th Troop Carrier Command shoulder patch. This particular patch is a British made type. In mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Air Force Flying Trousers Type A-11A - Nice Used Condition An IMO nice used example of a pair U.S. Air Force Flying Trousers Type A-11A. The trousers are fitted with clear and crisp label, sized marked 30 and makers marked Werber Sportswear Company. The trousers show some minor trace of wear. The Original zipps appear to be in working. Furthermore the trousers are clearly marked Army Air Forces.
U.S. Air Force Summer Flying Suite Type K-1 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this U.S. Air Force Summer Flying Suite, Type K-1. The suit is a described in nice used condition with some clear trace of wear some minor staines and small hole on the rear of the suit. The suit is furthermore fitted with Original and full working tallon zips and fitted with Original label. Measuring a size Medium Regular and makers marked Bates Shoe Co.
U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition A nice and U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division) and fully matching airborne tab. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne 101ST Airborne (Band of Brothers) 506 Parachute Infantry Ovall With Sterling Silver Jump Wing - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this full Original U.S. Airborne 506 101st Airborne (Band of Brothers) Parachute Infantry Ovall, fitted with Original Sterling Silver ( marked) Jump Wing. A highly desireable and hard to come by piece of U.S. Airborne militaria.
U.S. Airborne 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Formation Patch With Black Backing - Nice Used Condition A truly nice and very detailed example of an U.S. 101st Airborne i.e. Screaming Eagles Identification Patch. This particular example compromises a rarer production with Black Backing. In IMO nice used i.e. near mint condition.
U.S. Airborne 101ST Screaming Eagle Formation Patch - Nice Used Condition A nice used example of a U.S. Airborne 101ST Screaming Eagle Formation Patch.
U.S. Airborne 101ST Screaming Eagle Formation Patch So-Called Black Backing - Nice Used Condition This is a IMO nice used example of a U.S. Airborne 101ST Screaming Eagle Formation Patch So-Called Black Backing.
U.S. Airborne Command Ovall - Uniform Removed Condition This is a very nice U.S. Airborne Command Ovall. In uniform removed condition.
U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Garisson Cap With Badge - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Garisson Cap. Executed with blue piping and fitted with a crisp label, measuring size 6 5/8. The cap is orginally badged with general Airborne badge.
U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Garisson Cap With Badge 1944 - Nice Used Condition A nice used example of a U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Garisson Cap. Nicely worn with a great patina. The cap is executed with blue piping and fitted with Original label. The cap measures a size 7 1/8 and is dated March 1944. The cap is fitted with Original Para/Glider patch and appears to be named "Halas Co. B". A nice Used Airborne Garisson Cap that could be upgraded!
U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Para/Glider Cap Patch - Uniform Removed Condition In very nice uniform removed condition this U.S. Airborne Enlisted Men Para/Glider Cap Patch.
U.S. Airborne Garisson Cap Badge - Mint Condtion n IMO nice used example of an U.S. Airborne Officers Cap badge. Executed in the distinct officers type fabric and Airborne Blue piping, the cap is badged with general Airborne Badge. The cap is fitted with Original label, although most of the label is partly displaced. Al together a very nice garison cap.
U.S. Airborne Glider Artillery Enlisted Men Cap Patch - Nice Used Condition In nice used i.e. uniform removed condition, this U.S. Airborne Glider Artillery Enlisted Men Cap Patch.
U.S. Airborne Glider Artillery/Engineers Officers Cap Patch - Uniform Removed Condition A great U.S. Airborne Glider Artillery/Engineers Officers Cap Patch, in uniform removed condition.
U.S. Airborne Glider Sterling Silver Wing - Used Condition An U.S. Airborne (Gliderborne) Glider Wing. The Wing is sterling silver marked and in used condition. The fitting of the clasp appears to be damaged but the wing can be fitted on a uniform.
U.S. Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Corcoran Jump Boots 8 1/2 C - Used Condition A pair of the distinct U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Jump Boots. Produced by the Corcoran Company and fitted with Original label. Both boots are marked Corcoran in the interior and mark a size 8 1/2 C. The boots are in clear used condition, with damage to the leather yet could be restored. The soles of the boots are in equal used condition. Fitted with Good Year Soles and also marked 8 1/2 C. A pair that could be upgraded, yet priced accordingly.
U.S. Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Corcoran Jump Boots Sized 6 - Nice Used Condition A very nice used pair of U.S. Airborne i.e Paratrooper Jump Boots. Often refered to as Corcorans this pair is actually produced by the Corcoran manufactory. Both boots are fitted with Original labels and are sized 6, the boots are also Corcoran marked on the interior leather. Although nice used, these boots retain a great patina!
U.S. Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Jump Boots 1943 dated Sized 7 - Near Mint Condition A very nice and IMO nice used pair off U.S. Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Jump Boots. The boots compromise a full matching pair, size 7C 1943 dated and makers marked Milwaulkee Shoe Co. The boots are sized 7C and USA marked on the sole. The soles are in very nice used condition equal to the condition of the boots. A truly nice pair of an iconic piece of U.S. Airborne militaria.
U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag 1943 Dated- Nice Used Condition This is a in nice used condition an U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag. These bags were invented especially for U.S. Airborne Troops in order to protect the M1 rifle and the soldier during combat jumps.The Original clip to attach the bag to the Parachute harnass is still present as can be seen on the pictures. Furthermore the bag is clearly 1943 (43023402) dated. Very hard to upgrade!
U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a truly mint example of an U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag. These bags were invented especially for U.S. Airborne Troops in order to protect the M1 rifle and the soldier during combat jumps.The Original clip to attach the bag to the Parachute harnass is still present as can be seen on the pictures. Furthermore the bag is clearly 1944 dated. Very hard to upgrade!
U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag 1944 Dated - r Mint Condition A great example of an U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag. What I consider in mint condition. These bags were invented especially for U.S. Airborne Troops in order to protect the M1 rifle and the soldier during combat jumps.The Original clip to attach the bag to the Parachute harnass is still present. There are some markings present on the bag such as part i.e. contract number started with the date 44
U.S. Airborne M1-C Paratrooper Helmet With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Condition This is an increasingly hard to find piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment. The iconic M1-C Paratrooper Helmet. This particular helmet is IMO best to be described as nice used condition and is fitted with Original helmet netting. The M1-C Helmet was introduced mid-late war ts most visible differences from the standard infantry M1 helmet was the liner. The liner of the M1C, like most paratrooper liners, had a set of "A yokes" or straps fixed to the side of the liner to enable the use of a four-point chinstrap with leather chin strap. The helmet and the liner are in equal nice used condition with clear trace of wear giving the helmet a great patina. The helmet shell compromises a front seam and swiffle bale example. The liner appears to be makers marked Westinghouse. A very nice and full Original U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Helmet.
U.S. Airborne M2 Pocket Knife - Nice Used Condition A very nice used and increasingly hard to find U.S. Airborne M2 Pocket Knife. The knife is manufactured by Schrade Cut Co Walden NY. The knife is in full working order.
U.S. Airborne Officiers Garisson Cap With Badge - Mint Condition A very attractive and IMO mint condition example of an U.S. U.S. Airborne Officiers Garisson Cap. The cap appears in unissued and mint condition. Fitted with clear and crisp label measuring size 7 1/4. The garisson cap is badged with Original Para/Glider patch. A stunning side cap that cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne Para/Glider Enlisted Mens Cap Patch - Uniform Removed Condition Superb example of an U.S. Airborne Para/Glider Enlisted Mens Cap Patch. In uniform removed condition.
U.S. Airborne Parachute Atillery Badged Garisson Cap - Near Mint Condition This is a nice example of an U.S. Airborne Artillery Garisson Cap as can be defined by the red piping on the the cap. The cap is fitted with Original Parachute Infantry badge as . The cap is in near mint condition. there is a minor mot hol on the cap
U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Grip Type T5 Chest Pack - Unissued Condition This is a rare example of an early dated (october 1942) chest pack for the T5 Parachute. This particular chest pack is of the Grip Type, which is also clearly marked on the pack. The pack is in fantastic and unissued condition.
U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Jump Boots i.e. Corcorans - Nice Used Condition In nice yet clear used condition this pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Jump Boots. Often refered to as Corcorans. This pair was produced by the Corcoran Shoe Co. and is fitted with Original label, as well as being marked Corcoran in the interior of the boot. The boots measure a size 10 1/2E. The leather is in overall good condition with some clear damages. The Good Year soles are in the same nice used condition. The boots are period laced with Parachute rope. A nice pair with a great patina. Yet can be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne Type 7 Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition A nice and mint so-called type 7 U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division) and fully matching airborne tab. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne War Bond Poster 1943 - Nice Used Condition A truly terrific piece this Original U.S. War Bond Poster. The poster is themed to a U.S. Airborne Paratrooper making it a great iconic piece. The poster is in excellent condition with some minor staines, clearly 1943 dated. Hard to find and upgraded!
U.S. Airborne Yellow on Black Airborne Tab - Unissued An U.S. Airborne Yellow on Black Airborne Tab. These tabs would have been fitted on the uniform above the unit crest, such as the famous screaming eagle (101st ,17 Airborne). Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Antiseptic Mouth Wash - Mint Straight From Original Crate We managed to found an Original and full crate of U.S. Army Issue Antiseptic Mouth Was. Bottle of U.S. WW2 U.S. Antiseptic Mouth Wash. In unissued condition and complete with contents. Straight from its Original army issue crate (1945 dated). Bottles are priced per single bottle.
U.S. Army Akron (coleman) Lantern Complete In Original Box 1944 - Stone Mint i.e. Unissued Condition This is an absolute fantastic stone mint and unissued example of an U.S. Lantern. The box has untill now not been opened since production and the lantern itself including the glass remains paper wrapped. The lantern was produced by Akron a sub contractor of Coleman that also produced these lanterns. The lantern is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated on the bottom. And comes with spare parts and original box. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Army Camel Cigarettes -Unopened Condition This is a period example of U.S. Army Camel Cigarettes. Camel was one of the iconic brands smoked by U.S. GIs. The packed appears to be unopened still sealed in its Original plastic seal. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Army French Phrase Book June 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition An U.S. Army issued French Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943.
U.S. Army French Phrase Books 30-602 and 30-302 - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army issued French Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943 (TM 30-302) in excellent condition. Together with French Phrase Book TM 30-602 dated september 1943 in nice used condition.
U.S. Army German Phrase Book June 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition An U.S. Army issued German Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943.
U.S. Army Issue Mennen Brushless Shave - Unissued Condition An unissued example of a U.S. Armed Forces Only package and tube off Mennen Brushless Shave. Both package and tube are unissued and appear in very neat i.e. near mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Army Issued Coleman Burner - Unissued Condition U.S. Army issued Coleman 523 Military Burner Stove. It was used in field hospitals to sterilize medical instruments as well as to cook when in the field. The stove is marked U.S.A. MD on the front of the burner but does not appear to be makers marked. The stove appears in unissued condition, with all fixtures and fittings still being present and in working order.
U.S. Army Issued Money Belt - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition is this U.S. Army Issued Money Belt. The belt is fitted with manufactures label. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Army M1 Ammunition Bag -Unissued Condition A unissued example of a American Made M1 ammunition bag. These type of bags are intended to hold up to 11 rifle grenades or 28 handgrenades. The bag is clearly makers marked and dated 1945.
U.S. Army Milk Cup 1941 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and used condition U.S. Army Milk Cup. The cup is complete with Original lid and clearly makers marked and 1941 dated.
U.S. Army Ration Box Intended For Menu 4 - Nice Used Condition In very nice yet used condition this U.S. cardboard box. The box intended to carry the second half of 5 rations. Compromising menu #4. Most of these boxes were discarded after use and are found in pretty bad condition.
U.S. Army WW II Red Cross Armband French Re-issued - Unissued Condition In unissued and mint condition this U.S. Army WW II issued Red Cross armband. The armband has been re-issued to French forces.
U.S. Basic Field Manual Soldiers Handbook - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition. This basic field manual the soldiers handbook. The book compromises 263 pages of general knowledge and information in regards to the general kit. The book has been uses although no apperent damages.
U.S. Brass Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition One of many variation of brass whistles. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original chain. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. British Made M1912 Magazine Pocket - Mint Condition A British Made U.S. M-1912 magazine pouch. The pouch is clearly makers marked M.W.&S and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. British Made Musset Bag Carrying Strap - Nice Used Condition In very minimal i.e. nice used condition. This U.S. British Made Musset Bag Carrying Strap. The strap is nice and clear 1944 dated and makers marked.
U.S. Camel Cigarettes Package - Unopened Condition In very nice, unopened condtion this war period packet of Camel cigarettes. Still in Original foil wrapper.
U.S. Canteen And Cover With Rare Black Enamel M1942 Water Bottle - Nice Used Condition This is very nice set of U.S. Canteen, Cover and Black Enamel Waterbottle. The canteen is 1944 dated and the cover 1941. The waterbottle compromises a rare black enamel M1942 bottle. Hard to be upgraded and rare opportunity to find a complete set with black enamel waterbottle.
U.S. Carrier Case For Thompson 50-round Drum Magazine - Mint Condition In very nice IMO mint condition this U.S. Carrier Case. Intended to hold the 50-round drum magazine for the Thompson Submachine Gun.Complete with Original carrying strap and clearly makers marked and 1942 dated.
U.S. Carrier Case Fort Thompson 50-round Drum Magazine - Mint Condition In very nice IMI mint condition this U.S. Carrier Case. Intended to hold the 50-round drum magazine for the Thompson Submachine Gun.Complete with Original carrying strap and clearly makers marked and 1942 dated.
U.S. Carrying Bag For Training Gasmask - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this carrying bag intended to hold the training gasmask. The bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Carrying Case For 45CAL Grease Gun Clips - Mint Condition IMO new old stock and mint condition, tis carrying case intended to hold clips for 45CAL Submachine Gun such as the Thompson or Grease Gun. The pouch is executed in a waxed like material and fitted with Original carrying sling. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Carrying Case For 45CAL Grease Gun Clips - Mint Condition IMO new old stock and mint condition, tis carrying case intended to hold clips for 45CAL Submachine Gun such as the Thompson or Grease Gun. The pouch is executed in a waxed like material and fitted with Original carrying sling. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Coca Cola Bottle 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and clearly 1944 dated glass Coca Cola bottle. Coca Cola was a drink favoured by U.S. troops and were consumed throughout the war in all theatres of operations.
U.S. Coca Cola Bottle 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and clearly 1944 dated glass Coca Cola bottle. Coca Cola was a drink favoured by U.S. troops and were consumed throughout the war in all theatres of operations.
U.S. Coleman Two Burner Stove 1944 Dated - Unissued In Original Box With All Spare Parts This is a one of a kind! Manufactured by Coleman Lamp And Stove Company. This U.S. Army Two Burner Stove. In unissued and stone mint condition. The stove is in its orginal box, wrapped in orignal paper comes with windscreen that is also paperwrapped and 1944 dated instruction manual. Furthermore there is a small bag with four vaporizers. Most burners would have been issued to the U.S. Medical Department this metal case is not marked with the U.S. Medical Department mark.This compromises a regular army issue stove. Never we came across such complete and unissued burner.
U.S. Colonel Collar Tabs Makers Marked S Meyer Inc - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used nearing to mint condition this pair of U.S. Collar Tabs to a Colonel. The Tabs are clearly makers marked S Meyer Inc New York.
U.S. Corps of Signals Ariel Carrier For Vehicles - Unissued An unissued carrier intended to hold ariels. This particular bag would have been used to cover ariels on all US vehicles. In mint and unissued condition.
U.S. Corps of Signals Ariel Carrier For Vehicles - Unissued An unissued carrier intended to hold ariels. This particular bag would have been used to cover ariels on all US vehicles. In mint and unissued condition.
U.S. Cotton Field Trousers OD - Unissued & Stone Mint Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition this pair of U.S. Cotton Field Trousers OD. Introduced in August 1943 and executed in cotton sateen in Olive Drab No 7 (OD shade 7). The trousers are still fitted with their Original factory size labels. Measuring waist 30 and inseam 30. The trousers are fitted with a clear and crisp label makers marked "Standard Textile Co. Inc" and dated 23 april 1945.
U.S. Cover For PE-103 Power Unit for SCR-284 Radio i.e. Bag BG-129 - Nice Used Condition This compromises Bag BG-129. This bag or cover was intended to cover the E-103 Power Unit for SCR-284 Radio. or protection from dust, dirt and the elements. There is a single web strap and a blackened metal buckle to secure the bag onto the power unit when in use. The bag is constructed from, heavy-weight material. In IMO nice used condition. An increasingly hard to come by piece of radio equipment!
U.S. Demolition Bag (i.e. Charge Satchel) - Unissued Condition This is a nice and unissued example of a U.S. Demolition Bag or so-called Charge Satchel. The bag was used for eight M3 blocks of C2 explosive. The bag is fitted with Original OD shade canvas carrying sling, sewn to the bag. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Demolition Bag (i.e. Charge Satchel) - Unissued Condition This is a nice and unissued example of a U.S. Demolition Bag or so-called Charge Satchel. The bag was used for eight M3 blocks of C2 explosive. The bag is fitted with Khaki shade canvas carrying sling, sewn to the bag. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Extreme Cold Wool Felt Face Mask- Nice Used Condition This is an U.S. Extreme cold Wool Felt Face Mask. Executed in wool felt. Elastic webbing holds the mask on the head. The mask is in IMO nice used condition with clear moth damage. Can be upgraded.
U.S. First Pattern M41 Field Jacket Or So-Called Parson Jacket - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of the increasingly hard to come by First Pattern of the M41 Field Jacket. The jacket is executed in waterproof and water resistant poplin cotton. This jacket was commisioned in october 1940 following the prewar studies of General Parson (C of the 3rd Army Corps). The first model M41 jacket is therefore often refered to as "Parson Jaket". The first pattern diferes from the 2nd pattern as it has buttoned tabs at the waist, sleaves and front pocket and behind a buttoned placket. This particular jacket compromises a nice used example originally badged to a Staff Sergeant. There appear to be also a Armoured Patch (distint triangle) removed from the jacket of which still some trace is visible. The main traces of wear is visible in the collar of the jacket. There appear to be no damages . Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. First Pattern M41 Field Jacket Or So-Called Parson Jacket Size 36 Dated 1941 - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice example of the increasingly hard to come by First Pattern of the M41 Field Jacket. The jacket is executed in waterproof and water resistant poplin cotton. This jacket was commisioned in october 1940 following the prewar studies of General Parson (C of the 3rd Army Corps). The first model M41 jacket is therefore often refered to as "Parson Jaket". The first pattern diferes from the 2nd pattern as it has buttoned tabs at the waist, sleaves and front pocket and behind a buttoned placket. This particular jacket is IMO best described as near mint condition with minimal trace of wear if any. The Original label is still present, measuring a size 36 and dated 1941. All zips are in good and fully fuctioning condition. A truly nice jacket that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. Flanel Special Coat Style Shirt Badged - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this Flanel Special Coat Style Shirt (stock No. 55-S-5652-2/55-S-5668-7). This particular compromises a nice used example badged to a 4th Grade Technician. The shirt is fitted with Original size label, compromising 16/33. There appear to no further labels or markings present. The shirt has no apparent damages or traces of excessive wear is in nice used condition (near mint). Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Forces Plastic Cigarette Box - Unissued Condition Recovered in its Original packageing, this U.S.Forces marked plastic cigarette box. These boxes would have been used to stop the soft cigarette package from damage and moisting. The boxes are sold per piece.
U.S. Identification Plate i.e. Dog Tag Stainless Steel Necklace - Unissued Condition We managed to found a small lot of unissued and IMO stone mint condition U.S. Identification Plate i.e. Dog Tag Stainless Steel Necklaces. The necklaces are individualy packed in a small paper enveloppe with instructions for use being print on the enveloppe. The enveloppes are dated 1945. The listed price is for one enveloppe with necklace only! Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Ammunition Carrying Bag 1943 And Carrying Strap 1943 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used, condition this U.S. M1 Ammunition Carrying Bag and carrying strap. The bag is clearly makers marked BOYT and 1943 dated. The back is fitted with Original carrying strap in equal nice used condition and dated 1943. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Ammunition Carrying Bag 1944 And Carrying Strap - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used, near to mint condition this U.S. M1 Ammunition Carrying Bag and carrying strap. The bag is clearly makers marked Kadini and 1944 dated. The back is fitted with Original carrying strap in equal nice used condition and unmarked. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Carbine 1944 Dated Inland Manufactured - Complete With Cleaning Rod,Magazine Poutch & Carrying Sling A fantastic U.S. M1 Carbine deactivated according to latest EU Deko Specifications. Thje M1 Carbine is made by Inland and 1944 dated on the barrel. , Furthmore the Carbine comes with Original cleaning rod (lid missing),and parts Magazine poutch and carring sling (postwar)
U.S. M1 Carbine Double Pocket Magazine Pouch 1943 - Unissued Condition In IMO unissued condition this U.S. M1 Carbine Double Pocket Magazine Pouch. The pouch is 1943 dated and fitted with full working press stud.
U.S. M1 Carbine Double Pocket Magazine Pouch 1943 - Unissued Condition In IMO unissued condition this U.S. M1 Carbine Double Pocket Magazine Pouch. The pouch is 1943 dated and fitted with full working press stud. Please note: Price is per pouch!
U.S. M1 Helmet Chin Straps - Unissued Condition We were Lucky enough to get our hands on five sets of Original U.S. M1 Helmet Chin Straps. All chin straps are in unissued condition. Please note that the price listed is for one set of chin straps only.
U.S. M1 Helmet Front Seam Fixed Bale With Early Marking And Inland Liner With Rayon Suspension - Nice Used Condition This is very nice used with great patina M1 Helmet. The helmet compromises a fixed bale and front seam example. In the interior of he helmet under the front lid is a marking visible appearing 1057. This indicates a early war production of the shell. This M1 Helmet comes with Original liner. The liner is makers marked Inland and is fitted with the so-called Rayon Suspension. This type of suspension would have been copied from the Riddell football helmet and was made out silvery white rayon. This type of liner was introduced in late 1941 and was produced untill spring 1942. As is the helmet the shell the liner itself is in equal nice used condition with clear trace of wear but in overall nice used condition.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Fibre i.e. Hawley Liner - Near Mint Condition This is a true nice and IMO near mint example of an U.S. M1 Helmet. Compromising a front seam and fixed bale example. The helmet is fitted with an early so-called Hawley liner executed in a fibre material. The liner is in fantastic condition and fitted with a very clean rayon suspension which makers marked Hicock and marked with the Original contract number. Furthermore the orginal leather chinstrap is still present and in equal excellent condition. A highly desired model of liner in a true fantastic condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Fibre i.e. Hawley Liner Normandy found - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and attractive U.S. M1 Helmet fitted with an early Fibre or so-called Hawley liner. This helmet was purchased from a long time collector and was originally found in Normandy back in the 80s. The liner is nice yet clear used condition as can be seen from the pictures. The liner is fitted with the so-called Rayon Suspension and is sized 6 3/8. The helmet shell compromises a front seam and fixed bale example and is fitted with Original chinstraps.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Firestone Liner - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and untouched i.e. unissued example of an U.S. M1 helmet. The helmet compromises a swiffle bale and front seam example. The liner is equal unissued condition and is clearly makers marked Firestone. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Hawley Liner - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used condition U.S. M1 helmet. The helmet shell compromises a front seam and fixed bale example and is fitted with Original chin straps. The liner compromises a so-called Hawley liner executed in compressed fiber and in equal nice used condition the shell. The liner is cleary named as can be seen on the pictures. The liner is furthermore complete with all fixtures and fittings and getting increasingly hard to find these days.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Condition A nice yet IMO used example of a U.S. M1 helmet. The helmet compromises a front seam and fixed bale example and is fitted with Original chinstraps. The helmet comes with an Original helmet liner makers marked Westinghouse. The liner is in equal condition to the liner and appears to be complete.
U.S. M1 Swiffle Bale Helmet & Westinghouse Liner - Mint Condition A stunning and absolute mint U.S. M1 helmet. The helmet compromises a swiffle bale and front seam example. The Original liner is in equal mint condition and is clearly makers marked Westinghouse. Furthermore the helmet is fitted with Original canvas chinstrap, and leather chinstrap on the liner. Would be very hard to upgrade
U.S. M1 Waterproofing Kit For Gas Mask And Contents - Mint A very nice canvas case for M1 Gasmask. The cover is in absolute unissued condition. The cover is complete with its original waterproofing tape (2 packs). The pack is marked with U.S. army patents and contractors numbers. A very nice and absolute mint condition item.
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition This is a nice used example of an U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case. The case is makers marked and appears to be dated yet hard to read. The cover is also nicely marked with laundry numbers. The canteen and cup are dated 1942 and 1943 and are in equal nice used condition.
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition This is a nice used example of an U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case. The case is makers marked and appears to be dated yet to much faded to read. The canteen and cup do not appear to be dated.
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition This is a nice used example of an U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case. The case is makers marked and appears to be 1943 dated. The canteen and cup are dated 1943 and 1918 and are in equal nice used condition.
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Carrying Case British Made - Nice Used Condition A IMO nice used M1910 Canteen and Carrying Case. The canteen cover is clearly 1944 dated and British Made marked. The canteen cup is clearly 1942 dated and the canteen itself is 1943 dated.
U.S. M1910 Canteen With British Made Cover 1944 Dated - Stone Mint Condition This is an absolute stunning and IMO stone mint example of an U.S. M1910 Canteen,cup And Britsh made Cover. The canteen cover is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated and in stone mint condition. Canteen and cup are both dated 1944 and are IMO best to be described as in used condition. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock And Carrying Case 1944- Unissued Condition A nice example of an U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock. The pick can be dismantled in two parts when carried. he pick comes in Original canvas carrying case which is equaly nicely makers marked and 1944 dated. In unissued condition with only wear of storage.
U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock 1944 And Carrying Case 1943 - Nice Unissued Condition A nice example of an U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock. The pick can be dismantled in two parts when carrierd. The blade of the pick is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The pick comes in Original canvas carrying case which is equaly nicely makers marked and 1943 dated. In nice unissued condition, hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 T Shovel With British Made Cover - Nice Used Condition In nice yet clearly used condition, this example of an U.S. M1910 T Shovel. The shovel is fitted with original and very rare British Made cover executed in the distinct British Webbing material. The cover appears to be makers marked and dated yet hard to read, the 1944 date is just readible. The cover is in mint condition. The tool itself does not appear to be dated or makers marked.
U.S. M1910 T Shovel With Cover - Nice Used Condition In nice yet clearly used condition, this example of an U.S. M1910 T Shovel. The shovel is fitted with Original cover which is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated.
U.S. M1911 Double Magazine Pocket 1918 Dated - Unissued Condition I recently uncovered fify - identical! unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1911 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers market L.C.C.& Co and 1918 dated on the inside these 1918 dated pockets are used in WW2 the first production in WW2 was 1942 .the price is for one Pocket Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1912 Type Ammunition Pouch British Made 1944 - Mint Condition In mint i.e. unissued condition this U.S. M1912 type ammunition pouch executed in British Webbing material and clearly marked British made. The pouch compromises a 1944 dated example intended to hold .45 cal rounds. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1916 45CAL Leather Pistol Holster 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition This is very nice IMO unissued example of a U.S. M1916 leather pistol holster intended to hold a caliber 45 pistol. The holster is clearly makers marked Boyt and 1945 dated. Furthermore fitted with Original leather lace. In IMO unissued condition, hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1916 Leather Pistol Holster 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and IMO nice used example of an U.S. M1916 Pistol Holster. Executed in brown leather and clearly 1945 dated and makers marked Milwaulke Saddlery Co.
U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser - Near Mint Condition This a very nice and IMO near mint condition U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser. Executed in leather and clearly makers marked Warren Leather Goods Company.
U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition This a very nice and IMO nice used U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser. Executed in leather and clearly 1942 dated. The holster is clearly makers marked Boyt.
U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser 1944 Dated Makers Marked Boyt - Nice Used Condition This a IMO nice used U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser. Executed in leather and clearly 1944 dated. The holster is clearly makers Boyt. And fitted with Original leather lace. Truly nice used with a great patina!
U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser 1944 Dated Makers Marked Boyt - Unissued Condition In IMO unissued condition this U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser. The leather holster is clearly makers marked Boyt and 1944 dated. The holster appears to have been reissued in the 1960s and stamped MRT-SEP 1961. Fitted with Original leather lace. With only some minor staines due to age and storiage this M1916 Pistol Holtser is IMO hard to upgrade.
U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition This a very nice and IMO nice used U.S. M1916 Pistol Holtser. Executed in leather and clearly 1945 dated. The holster is clearly makers marked Milwaulkee Saddlery Company.
U.S. M1918 Magazine Pocket - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint Condition An U.S. M-1918 late WW1 variation magazine pocket. The pouch is in unissued and IMO stone mint condition. Furthermore the pouch is clearly dated 1918 and makers marked P.B. & Co. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition I recently uncovered fify - identical! unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated on the rear.the price isd for one Pocket Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1941 - Nice used Conditon This is a very nice and Used example of an U.S. M1923 M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. The belt is dated Jan 1941 and appears makers marked Henson MFG.Co In very excellent condition that cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1943 - Mint Conditon This is a very nice and IMO mint example of an U.S. M1923 M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. The belt is dated 1943 and appears makers marked Henson MFG. In very excellent condition that cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1943 - Mint Conditon This is a very nice and IMO mint example of an U.S. M1923 M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. The belt is dated 1943 and appears makers marked . In very excellent condition that cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1943 - Nice Used Conditon This is a very nice and IMO nice used U.S. M1923 M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. The belt is dated 1942 and appears makers marked.In very nice used condition.
U.S. M1928 Haversack And Pack Carrier - Nice Used Condition This is a IMO nice used and complete U.S. M1928 Haversack. Clearly 1942 dated and makers marked Crawford Austin MFG Co. Waco Texas. The pack is complete with all Original straps and laces and front pack. With the pack comes an M1928 Pack Carrier. Fitted with Original leather strap, U.S. marked and makers marked American Leather Products Corp. The pack carrier is clearly 1941 dated. Nice and complete and would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. M1932 i.e. M1 Garand Cartridge Belt 1941 - Near Mint Condition In IMO near mint condition with only some with mainly some corrosion on the press studs and read metal parts of the belt. This U.S. M1932 i.e. M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. Clearly makers marked R.M. Co. and 1941 dated.
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag And Strap 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice pair U.S. M1936 Musset Bag and Carrying Strap. Both are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Both bag and strap are IMO in nice used condition.
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag And Strap 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice pair U.S. M1936 Musset Bag and Carrying Strap. Both are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Both bag and strap are IMO in nice used condition.
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag British Made 1944 - Used Condition An U.S. M1936 Musset Bag. This bag compromises a British Made example. The back is clearly dated 1944 and British Made marked. The bag is in clear used condition however priced accordingly.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders Dated And Marked With Laundry Number - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint exampe of a pair U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are marked with a very clear laundry number. The date and makers mark are still clearly visible yet somehwat blurred and a date is very hard to read. A very nice and hard to upgrade pair of M1936 Suspenders.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1942 Dated - Mint Condition A very nice and IMO mint example of a U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are clearly 1942 dated and makers marked. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1942 Dated - Mint Condition A very nice and IMO mint example of a U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are clearly 1942 dated and makers marked. Hoosier L&C QDS .CO Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1942 Dated - Mint Condition A very nice and IMO mint example of a U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are clearly 1942 dated and makers marked. HINSON MFG.CO Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1942 Dated - Mint Condition In excellent i.e. mint condition these U.S. M1936 suspenders. Clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and IMO nice used example of a U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are clearly dated and have some light trace of wear and storage.
U.S. M1936 Water Resistant Musset Bag 1940 Dated And Carrying Strap - Nice Used Condition Best described as Nice Used Condition, this U.S. M1936 Water Resistant Musset Bag . Executed in a thick water resistant treated material. The bag is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked Globe Sales & MFG Co. The bag is comeplete with al straps and buttons and without any aparent damage. The bag comes with Original carrying strap makers marked CW Breneman and dated 1943.
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt - Nice Used Condition An U.S. M1937 BAR Automatic Rifle Cartridge Belt.The belt is nice yet used condition with some corroded yet fully working press studs. The belt is clearly makers marked and 1942. Can be upgraded.
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt - Used Condition An U.S. M1937 BAR Automatic Rifle Cartridge Belt. The belt is clear used condition with, some minor staines are visible on front of the belt. Some of the studds on the belt appear to be coroded due to years of storage. Increasingly hard to find but can be upgraded.
U.S. M1937 Wool Trousers And Waist Belt - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this pair of U.S. M1937 Wool Trousers. The trousers are fitted with a washed out label, yet with a clear size mark. Measuring a waist 33/lenght 33. The trousers are fitted with Original waist belt.
U.S. M1938 Leggings i.e. Ancklets 1942 Dated Sized 3R - Unissued Condition Pair of unissued condition M1938 Leggings. The leggings are complete with Original lace, and clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. The leggings compromise a size 3R.
U.S. M1938 Mapcase Complete With Insert And Carrying Strap 1942 - Nice Used Condition U.S. M1938 Map Case and Carrying Strap in IMO nice used condition. Clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. The mapcase comes with Original insert.
U.S. M1938 Wire Cutters 1943 Dated And Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition A nice and IMO nice used example of U.S. M1938 Wire Cutters. Clearly 1943 dated and USMC marked. The cutters come with Original carrying case which is unissued and still fitted with Original stock label. Somehwat stained due to years of storage.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlise Dressing Executed in OD Shade - Unissued Condition An unissued example of a U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlise Dressing. The pouch which is executed in dark green OD shade is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The pouch comes with original and unissued carlisle dressing. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch With Contents 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition Very nice used example of a M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly 1943 dated and makers marked Boyt. There appears to be a laundry number marked on the rear of the pouch.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch With Contents 1944 Dated British Made - Mint Condition Very nice and IMO in unisued i.e. mint condition M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly British Made marked and 1944 dated. The contents are in equal mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch With Contents 1944 Dated British Made - Mint Condition Very nice and IMO in unisued i.e. mint condition M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly British Made marked and 1944 dated. The contents are in equal mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 One Burner Gasoline Cooking Stove - Nice Used Condition This compromises an nice used example of the U.S. M1942 One Burner Gasoline Cooking Stove. The M1942 stove compromises a smaller and ligher stove then the M1941 stove. The M1942 model was initially designed for mountain troops but soon after introduction adopted by other troops.
U.S. M1943 Field Hood - Unissued Condition U.S. M1943 Field Hood to be attached to the M1943 field jacket. The hood is in unissued i.e. mint condition dated april 1945.
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket Sized 38R - Nice Used Condition This is very nice used condition U.S. M1943 Field Jacket. The jacket is executed in OD shade and fitted with Original labels. The label containing contract number, maker and date is still present however washed out. Overall a very nice and IMO minimally used M1943 Field Jacket.
U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool And Tan Tool Cover - Nice Used Condition This is a nice yet used condition U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool. The tool is in good condition and nicely dated on the blade 1944 aswell as being makers marked AMES. The entrenching tool comes with Original cover executed in khaki and clearly 1943 dated and makers marked Tulsa Canvas Products.
U.S. M1943 Intrenching Tool 1944 Dated And Cover - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used i.e. near mint condition this U.S M1943 Intrenching Tool. The tool is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The cover is nicely U.S. marked, as well as being makers marked and dated 1943. Hard to be upraded.
U.S. M209 Converter Carrier Bag - Nice Used Condition A nice used condition Canvas Carrier Bag intended to hold the M-209 Converter. The bag is fitted with adjustable and removeable strap to enable the operator to use the converter in the field or on a moving vehicle. This particular bag is nicely named to a W.F. Sanker, his army number is also written on the bag. The bag does not appear to be dated not unusual with these type of bags
U.S. M209 Converter Carrying Bag - Stone Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of a U.S. carrying bag intended to hold the M209 decoder and accesories. The bag is in IMO stone mint condition, complete with Original carrying strap and full working press studs. The bag is marked M209 yet not makers marked or dated as is usual for these type of carrying bags. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M21 Half Track Manual - Nice Used Condition The U.S. M21 Half Track, one of the iconic vehicles from the second world war. This compromises a manual of this M21 Half Track. In IMO nice used condition. The manual is dated 1952 yet would have been identical in terms of information to the wartime manual which are very hard to find.
U.S. M2A2 Service Gasmask and Carrier - mint-Unissued A mint and unissued example of the U.S. M2A2 Service Gasmask and original carrier. The gasmask is complete with all its fittings and packing coupon dated 1940. Gasmask and bag are fitted with various lot numbers and other markings
U.S. M3 (IMPIRIAL )Trench or Fighting Knive 3ND Model With M8 Scabbert-Nice Used Condition A Very Nice near mint U.S (airborne).Model M3 Trench/Figthing Knive The knive is clearly US M3 IMPIRIAL marked . The M3 Fighting Knife was manufactured between 1943 and 1944 by nine firms only including IMPIRIAL The knife was superseded in 1944 by the M4 bayonet. However this bayonet was not issued in the ETO and before VE Day. The Leather Handle is near mint although clear used and marked with the bomb on the eind of handle bar. The M8 Scabberd is marked US M8 B.M.Co. and is in equal nice used condition. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M3 Binoculars 1942 Dated And M17 Leather Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet clear used example of U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case. Both case and binoculars are makers marked Westinghouse. The binoculars are clearly 1942 dated. The leather carrying case is clearly M17 marked and fitted with Original leather carrying strap.
U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case 1943 - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet clear used example of U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case. Both case and binoculars are makers marked Nash-Kelvinator. The binoculars are clearly 1943 dated. The leather carrying case is clearly M17 marked and fitted with Original leather carrying strap.
U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case 1944 - Nice Used Condition In very nice and IMO nice used to near mint condition. This pair of M3 Binoculars. The binoculars are clearly 1944 dated as well as makers marked and fitted with Original carrying strap. The binoculars come in Original M17 leather carrying case with Original leather carrying sling. Hard to upgrade.
U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case 1944 - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet clear used example of U.S. M3 Binoculars And M17 Leather Carrying Case. Both case and binoculars are makers marked Nash-Kelvinator. The binoculars are clearly 1943 dated. The leather carrying case is clearly M17 marked and fitted with Original leather carrying strap.
U.S. M3 Sub Machine Gun i.e. Grease Gun Heavy Duty Canvas Cover - Mint Condition In very nice and IMO mint condition this cover intended to hold the M3 submachine gun i.e. Grease Gun. The cover is executed in heavy duty canvas and fitted with Original and full working zip. The Original leather tabs are still present and there appear to be no staines or damages. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M3 Trench Knife And M8 Scabbard Hilt Makers Marked PAL - Nice Used Condition In nice used to near mint condition, and with a fantastic patina finish. The U.S. M3 Trench Knife and M8 Scabbard. The M3 Trench Knife was produced between 1943 and 1944. And different variations exist. The particular model is makers marked PAL ((PAL Blade and Tool Company) on the hilt of the knife suggesting its year of manufacturing being 1944. The knife comes with Original M8 scabbard. Being marked U.S. M8, B.M. Co on the front of the scabbard. The scabbard comes with Original leather lace. A truly nice and very attractive U.S. Trench Knife that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. M3 Trench Knife Imperial Marked With M8 Scabbard Fitted With Original Lace - Nice used condition This is an IMO nice used condition M3 Trebch Knife fitted with M8 Scabbard. The knife is clearly makers marked Imperial as well as marked M3. The M3 Fighting Knife was manufactured between 1943 and 1944 by nine firms only including Imperial. The knife was superseded in 1944 by the M4 bayonet. However this bayonet was not issued in the ETO and before VE Day. The Leather Handle is near mint although clear used and marked with the bomb on the eind of handle bar. The M8 Scabberd is marked US M8 B.M.Co. and is fitted with Original leather lace. The scabbard is in equal nice used condition.
U.S. M3 Trench Knife With M8 Scabbards Makers Marked Imperial - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition and with a great patina is this U.S. M3 Trench Knife and M8 Scabbard. The knife is clearly marked M3 and makers marked Imperial on the knife. The M8 scabbard is in equal great condition and is marked US M8 The M3 Fighting Knife was manufactured between 1943 and 1944 by nine firms only including Imperial The knife was superseded in 1944 by the M4 bayonet.
U.S. M3-10A1 Gasmask And Carrying Bag Complete - Unissued Condition A very nice and complete U.S. M3-10A1 Gasmask. The gasmask is in very nice condition complete with filter, fixtures and fittings. The gasmask comes in its Original carrying bag in the same mint condition as its contents. The Gasmask comes with Original care, maintenance and protective equipment as displayed on the pictures. Including Individual Protective Cover. The whole set is IMO best to be described as mint condition. A very complete and Original set!
U.S. M3-10A1 Gasmask And Carrying Bag Complete - Unissued Condition A very nice and complete U.S. M3-10A1 Gasmask. The gasmask is in very nice condition complete with filter, fixtures and fittings. The gasmask comes in its Original carrying bag in the same mint condition as its contents. The Gasmask comes with Original care, maintenance and protective equipment as displayed on the pictures. Including Individual Protective Cover. The whole set is IMO best to be described as mint condition. A very complete and Original set!
U.S. M4 Bayonet Imperial With M8 Scabbard - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition with a great patina. This U.S. M4 Bayonet and M8 Scabbard. Intended for use on the M1 Carbine. The bayonet is clearly U.S. M4 marked with the U.S. Pommel, as well as makers marked Imperial. The bayonet comes in an equal nice used U.S. M8 Scabbard makers marked B.M. Co. A truly nice M4 Bayonet and Scabbard, increasingly hard to find these days.
U.S. M41 Field Jacket So-Called 2nd Model - Nice Used Condition In very neat yet nice used condition this U.S. M41 Field Jacket. This particular jacket compromises the so-called 2nd model and was the succesor of the earlier Parson Jacket or so-called 1st model. The jacket has some clear trace of wear mainly on the cuffs yet with no significant damage, and full working orignal zip. There are some period repairs in the collar of the jacket as is clearly visible on the pictures.The orignal label is still present yet has been washed out. It does however compromise a decent size and fits perfectly on a manequin. Furthermore the jacket is fitted with Original sergeant stripes. A very nice U.S. M41 field jacket that can be upgraded.
U.S. M41 Field Jacket So-Called 2nd Model - Nice Used Condition In very neat yet nice used condition this U.S. M41 Field Jacket. This particular jacket compromises the so-called 2nd model and was the succesor of the earlier Parson Jacket or so-called 1st model. The jacket is in clear nice used condition with clear trace of wear allover and some very small holes (no moth holes) in the collar. The jacket is still fitted with Original label, yet completely washed out. There is a size label present marking size 38R in handwriting. The jacket is fitted with Original and full working Tallon Zip. A very nice used M41 Field Jacket!
U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is a U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag. The bag can IMO best be described as nice used condition. The bag is intended to carry 3 rockets stored in their tarred fiber containers. This bag is executed in OD shade canvas and fitted with Original carrying sling. The bag is fitted with Original and full working press studs and appears to be clearly makers marked and 1944 dated.
U.S. Manual TM 9-1575 Wrist Watches Pocket Watches - Nice Used Condition In used although nice condition is this manual TM 9-1575. The manual handles about Wrist Watches, Pocket Watches, Stop Watches and clocks. The manual compromises the april 1945 edition yet is dated 1947 (print date). The manual is complete and free of any apparent dames (some turns in on some papers).
U.S. Marine Corps Suspenders - Unissued Condition Increasingly hard to come by in such mint i.e. unissued condition. This pair of USMC suspenders executed in canvas. The set compromises two nicely matching suspenders. None of the suspenders appear to dated or makers marked not uncommon for these type of suspenders.
U.S. Marked Plastic Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army marked plastic whistle. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original cord. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. Marked Plastic Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army marked plastic whistle. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original cord. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. Marked Plastic Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army marked plastic whistle. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original chain. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. Medical Department Porcelain Plates - Mint Condition We managed to find ten identical and in equal mint condition Porcelain plates. All plates are marked with the U.S. Medical Department Logo. The plates are in mint condition, with no chips, cracks or other damages. Please note: the listed price for one plate only!
U.S. Mountain Troops Reversible Parka 1942 - Nice Used Condition This is a fantastic and nice used example of an U.S. Mountain Troops Reversible Parka. Executed in two ply water resistant poplin. This parka compromises the first pattern which was not fitted with a fur hat, supposed to the 2nd pattern. The parka is fitted with clear label, measuring a size small and dated 1942. These parkas would also have been issued to the 1st U.S. Special Forces during the Italian Campaign in 1943. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Navy Deck Trousers - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO near mint condition these U.S. Navy Deck Trousers. The trousers are wool lined and fitted with a full working zip and four buttons. There are two pockets fitted on the front, and two at the back. The trousers appear in unissued condition yet have some staines on the bottom of the legs due to storage and hence not clasified as mint. There is no label present in the trousers but the measure approxemately 60CM wide. A very nice pair of USN Deck Trousers!
U.S. Navy MK1 Fighting Knife And MK1 Scabbard - Mint- Condition This is a very attractive and IMO Mint Condition A example of an U.S. Navy MK1 Fighting Knife And MK1 Scabbard. Both knife and scabbard are clearly marked USN MK1. Furthermore the blade of the knife also appears makers marked bearing the inscription RH 35. The scabbard is the early MK 1 version, very similar in construction to the M8 scabbard for the M3 fighting knife, with a fiberglass body, metal throat, and canvas.
U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife Camillus And Scabbard - Near Mint Condition This is a great example of a U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife and Scabbard. Both scabbard and knife are IMO in near mint condition. With the scabbard clearly being marked USN MK2 on the front, and B.M. Co makers marked on the rear. The knife is clearly marked MK2 on the blade as well as makers marked Camillus NY. A truly nice pair of knife and scabbard that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife Camillus And Scabbard - Nice Used Condition This is a great example of a U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife and Scabbard. Both scabbard and knife are IMO in near mint condition. With the scabbard clearly being marked USN MK2 on the front, and B.M. Co makers marked on the rear. The knife is clearly marked MK2 on the blade as well as makers KA BAR. A nice used pair of knife and scabbard that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife Camillus And Scabbard - Nice Used Condition This is a great example of a U.S. Navy MK2 Fighting Knife and Scabbard. Both scabbard and knife are IMO in near mint condition. With the scabbard clearly being marked USN MK2 on the front, and B.M. Co makers marked on the rear. The knife is clearly marked MK2 on the blade as well as makers Camillus A nice used pair of knife and scabbard that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. Non Combat Gasmask And Carrying Case - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and unissued example of a non combat gasmask and carrying case. The carrying case is clearly marked and 1942 dated. The carrying case is marked to be fitted with a gasmask for a Medium Adult and fitted with Originalcarrying sling. The gasmask is equally sized Medium Adult. The gasmask filter has a small dent although is in unissued condition.
U.S. Nurse Class A Uniform Jacket Skirt And Side Cap - Used Condition An attractive Class A Uniform to a U.S. Medical Department Nurse. The uniform compromises a Class A jacket, Skirt and Side Cap. The Class A jacket is a wool coat for a nurse serving in the medical Department has some clear damages, badged with ETO Advanced Base formation patch, four overseas service bars and ribbon as well as Nurses collar tabs. The skirt is in equal used condition with no significant damages. The Original label is still present measuring a size 14 (waist 27 and lenght 26 1/2). The side cap is in clear used condition with clear trace wear and damage on the piping. The Original label is present, measuring a size 7 1/2 and 1944 dated. A very nice set never been split since war yet in used condition that can be upgraded.
U.S. OD Shade Cal 30 Cartridge Pouch - Mint Condition In absolute mint condition this OD shade i.e. late war cartridge pouch for Cal 30 cartridges. The pouch is nicely makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Officers Peaked Cap 1945 Dated Size 7 - Nice Used Condition A fantastic U.S. officers peaked cap. IMO in nice used condition. The hat is clearly marked in the leather sweatband. Dated january 1945, and sized 7. The cap is fitted with name badge Appleton Fryer. The cap is a great patina and would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. Officers Pilots Crusher Cap 50 mission - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and attractive looking U.S. Officers Pilots Crusher Cap.50 Missions The cap is in IMO nice used condition and has some clear trace of wear, giving the cap a great patina. The cap has a minor hole on the front as is clearly visible on the pictures. A very nice cap, priced accordingly.
U.S. Officers Woolen Shirt Badged 10TH Armoured Division With Label - Mint Condition A very nice U.S. woolen shirt. The shirt is originally badged to a Technical Sergeant of the 10TH Armoured Division. The shirt is fitted with a size label and sized 15 3/4 and a clear Quartermaster label. The shirt is dated 1943. A very nice and IMO mint condition U.S. Woolen Shirt.
U.S. Officers Woolen Shirt Badged 11TH Airborne With Oval - Near Mint Condition An IMO near mint U.S. woolen shirt. The shirt is badged with a 11TH Airborne Division Flash And oval. There appear no size markings or labels present on the shirt. There is a remain of a size label, yet this ha been cut out. A very nice shirt that can be upgraded,
U.S. Packboard Clasp And Instruction Pampflet 1944 Dated - Mint i.e. Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this clasp to be attached to the U.S. Packboard. The clasp is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated and comes with original comic style instruction pampflet. The pampflet is in equal unissued yet somewhat damaged as can be seen on the pictures. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Pistol Belt 1943 Dated Makers Marked NASCO - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint condition U.s. Pistol Belt. The belt is clearly makers marked NASCO and 1943 dated.
U.S. Pistol Cord 1943 Dated Makers Marked Hickock - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this textbook example of an 1943 dated Pistol Cord. The cord is makers marked Hickok and intended for pistols such as .45 Cal. Colt.
U.S. Plywood Packboard 1943 Dated With Instruction Sheet - Unissued Condition This is very nice and unissued condition and complete with all components This U.S Army plywood packboard. The backboard is clearly 1943 dated and in excellent condition. The shaped plywood is fitted with canvas panel. The board includes a light metal attachment that could be hung on three alternate positions. With the board comes a comic style instruction sheet. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Plywood Packboard 1943 Dated With Instruction Sheet - Unissued Condition This is very nice and unissued condition and complete with all components This U.S Army plywood packboard. The backboard is clearly 1945 dated and in excellent condition. The shaped plywood is fitted with canvas panel. The board includes a light metal attachment that could be hung on three alternate positions. With the board comes a comic style instruction sheet. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Rifle Grenade Sight And Case 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this rifle grenanded sight still wrapped in grease paper along with instructions pampflet. The carrying case is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask - Unissued Condition A U.S. Rocket Launcher face mask in mint i.e. unissued condition. The mask is fitted in its Original cardboard box which is in equal mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition is this U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask. The mask is unissued and comes in its original carboard box which is well preserverd and in equal unissued condition. The face mask is unissued and clearly U.S. 1944 marked. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Shaving Brush - Cream And Beard Softener - Unissued Condition In unissued condition and in all Original packaging this set of three U.S. shaving items. The items compromise a Rubberset Shaving Brush, Barbasol Beard Softener and a Mennen Shave Cream. The Mennen Shave cream packaging compromises a Armed Forces Only packaging. All items are in Original cardboard box and are unissued. The boxes do have some minor damages due to years of storage. Yet still hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Signal Corps Message Book - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition. This U.S. Signal Corps Message Books. These type of books would have been used for decyphering codes with the enigma decoder, as well as for sending message by for example a homing pigeon. The book is in excellent condition, bearing blanc message notes as well as a short list of abreviations used. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Signal Corps SCR-300-A BC-1000-A Radio And Accessories - Mint Condition Radio Set SCR-300-A BC-1000-A consists of an 18 tubes, low power, dry battery operated, portable radio receiver and transmitter and accessories. It is designed for frequency modulated, two way communication over short distances. This radio is in excellent and IMO mint condition. Often badly damaged and coroded due to leaking batteries, this radio is in an immaculate condition. With various Original markings and fitted with Original serial and makers plate, dated january 1944. The radio comes with unissued antenne and telephone and Original accessories bag. Furthermore the radio comes with Original 1945 dated manual. In overall nice and readible condition yet somewhat waterdamaged (see extra pictures).
U.S. So-Called Skyway Goggles - Nice Used Condition A set of so-called Skyway Goggles. The lenses are single thickness plastic with individual moulded rubber eye surounds. Some obvious traces of wear as can be seen from the pictures. Although in unissued condition IMO best to be described as nice used condition.
U.S. Stars And Stripes National Flag 48 Stars - Nice Used Condition A very attractive U.S. Stars and Stripes National Flag. Showing 13 stripes of the founding states, and 48 stars for the 48 federal states of the Union in 1941-45. The flag is in IMO nice used condition with one minor hole. The flag measures aproxemately 170 CM X 105CM. A fantastic wartime era U.S. National Flag with a great patina!
U.S. Tank Crew Helmet Rawlings 7 - Nice Used Condition his is a nice used example of a U.S. Army Tank Crew Helmet. Executed in vulcanized fibre, and ten ventilation holes. The helmet could be fitted with R-14 round headphones. This particular helmet is sized 7 and makers marked Rawlings.
U.S. Tank Crew Helmet Rawlings Fitted With Original Earphones - Nice Used Condition This a IMO nice used example of a tekst book U.S. Tank Crew helmet. The helmet is clearly makers marked Rawlings and marked with patent number. There appears no size marking yet the helmet measures like a 7 1/8 or larger. The helmet is in used condition with Obvious trace of use and storage hence in complete and very good condition. The helmet is fitted with Original R14 earphones which are also marked U.S. Signal Corps.
U.S. Thompson Sub Machine Gun Canvas Cover - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice used, possibly unissued condition Heavy Duty canvas carrier case. The case is nicely marked and fitted with a full working zip. The copver is complete with all leather straps and press studs. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Thompson Sub Machine Gun Canvas Cover - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice used, possibly unissued condition Heavy Duty canvas carrier case. The case is nicely marked and fitted with a full working zip. The copver is complete with all leather straps and press studs. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Thompson Sub Machine Gun M1A1 With Five 20 Round Magazine and Poutch Orginal Sling and Cleaning Rod A very attractive example of an U.S. Thompson Sub Machine Gun.M1A1 The .45 Call Sub Machine Gun is deactivated according to latest EU Deko specifications. The Thompson Sub Machine Gun was favoured by U.S. Airborne Troops. This particular gun was manufactured by the Auto Ordonace Cooperation; Bridgeport Connecticut USA. This Thompson is sold with five 20 round magazine.and magazine poutch ,Orginal Sling and a rare Cleaning rod
U.S. Thompson Submachine Gun Magazine Bag 1942 - Near Mint Condition In unissued and IMO near mint example this U.S. Thompson Submachine Gun Magazine Bag and shoulder strap. Intended to carry 20and 30-round magazines. The bag has only some minor staining yet is IMO near mint. The bag is clearly 1942 dated and makers marked Hoosier. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch 1944 - Stone Mint Condition In stone mint condition is 1944 dated and Tweedie makers marked three pocket grenade pouch. The grenade pouch is complete with the lace to strap around the leg in order to keep the pouch stable. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch JQMD Makers Marked 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In IMO unissued condition this U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch executed in OD shade. Intended to hold three so-called Pineapple Grenades. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked JQMD.
U.S. Three Pocket Hand Grenade Pouch 1944 - Unissued Condition In IMO unissued condition this U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch. Intended to hold three so-called Pineapple Grenades. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated.
U.S. Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun 1943 - Unissued In unissued condition this Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun. The tripod is complete with "tnt" and parkerized pindle. The tripod is fitted with a metal tag featuring makers mark APRILANCE MFG.CO and 1943 date. The tripod is unissued and has never been clean up. A complete and text book tripod. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun 1943 - Unissued In unissued condition this Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun. The tripod is complete with "tnt" and parkerized pindle. The tripod is fitted with a metal tag featuring makers mark EVENS PROD.CO and 1943 date. The tripod is unissued and has never been clean up. A complete and text book tripod. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Trousers Suspenders With Metal Buckles For Airborne and Mountain Troops - Unissued Condition We were Lucky enough to find an unissued bundle of U.S. trousers suspenders complete with Original Quartermaster label dated 1942. Different variations were produced. Although used by all units this type with metal buckles was especially produced for Airborne and mountain troops. The suspenders are in unissued condition. The listed price is naturally for one pair of suspenders only!
U.S. Upper Reverse Service Shoes i.e. Rough Out Boots Size 6 1/2 1944- Near Mint Condition A truly nice and unissued pair of U.S. Upper Reverse Service Shoes i.e. Rough Out Boots Size 6 1/2. The shoes are near mint condition with unused Goodyear Soles. Both boots are 1944 dated yet in one pair better visible then the other. However it is obvious that this is a fully matching pair. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Variable Density Goggles In Tin - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this pair of U.S. Variable Density Goggles in their Original tin. The goggles are complete with red visor and spare visor in Original enveloppe. An instruction manual/pamphlet is clearly visible in the lid but is somewhat damaged. In nice used condition.
U.S. Wash Bowl 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued and mint condition is this U.S. Wash Bowl. Executed in a webbing material, lined with a water resistant fabric. The bowl is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated.
U.S. Washroll With Original Contents - Unissued Condition This a very nice and complete U.S. Washroll bearing all Original contents. The washroll itself is executed bin water resistant cloth and could be tied around the waist like an apron. The washroll contains items such as Barbasol shaving cream,Rubberset brush Large miror ,Gem razor in bakelite box. Kolynos thoot powder and toothbrush holder ,combe,army nail file, and a complete sowing set. Both bags are made by the Style King buch/baum Chicago. The whas roll is in mint and Unissued condition
U.S. Washroll With Original Contents,Sowing Set and U.S. Army Issued Money Belt- Unissued Condition This a very nice and complete U.S. Washroll bearing all Original contents. The washroll itself is executed bin water resistant cloth and could be tied around the waist like an apron. The washroll contains items such as Barbasol shaving cream,Rubberset brush Large miror ,razor in carboard box.dated 1944 Kolynos thoot powder and toothbrush holder ,combe,army nail file, and a complete sowing set.and orginal Moneybelt All bags are made by the Style King buch/baum Chicago. The wash roll is in mint and Unissued condition
U.S. Windproof And Water Resistant Cloth Hood - Mint A U.S. Army wind and waterproof cloth hood, made out of poplin. This particular hood has its label removed although apears in mint and unissued condition. These type of hoods would have been worn over the wool-knit toque.
U.S. Winter Hat - Nice Used Condition A nice example of an U.S. Winter Hat. The pattern of this hat compromises a world war one pattern and was issued untill 1943. The cap is marked with laundry/army number and is in nice used condition.
U.S. Woman Hewrringbone Twill Jacket And Trousers - Unissued Condition This is a very nice yet non-matching set of U.S. Womans Herringbone Twill Jacket and Trousers. The jacket is in unissued condition and fitted with a clear size label M. Furthermore fitted with all Original buttons. There appear to be nu damages to the jacket. These trousers compromise the late war pattern with squarish pocket flaps and executed in dark green color. The trousers are fitted with a clear and crisp label, measuring a size M and dating August 1944. Furthermore the trousers are still fitted with Original Quartermaster labels.
U.S. Wool Knitted i.e. Beanie Cap - Near Mint Condition In IMO in mint condition this U.S. Wool Knitted i.e. Beanie Cap. The cap is fitted with Original size label sized M. IMO in near mint condition with only some minor damage on the rear exterior of the cap, yet hard to see.
U.S. Wool Winter Gloves - nice used Condition In Nice used condition , these U.S. Wool Winter Gloves. The gloves are executed with leather palms. And would have been issued to U.S. troops parttaking in operations such as the Battle of the Bulge.
U.S. WWII USAAF Bomber Crew M5 Steel FLAK Helmet - Unissued Condition IMO in unissued and mint condition, this M5 Flak Helmet. the M5 is a three-piece steel helmet comprising a skull and deep hinged ear-flaps. The ear flaps were modified compared to the M3 and M4, and made deeper to provide additional protection. These type of helmets would have typically issued to USAAF Bomber Crews. This helmet retains a great patina with only some minor storage trace. Bearing its Original paint and unissued leather chinstrap and lining. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S.Field Artic Jacket Size 36R - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days, this U.S. Artic Field Jacket. This particular jacket appears to be in very nice IMO clear used condition. The jacket is fitted with a size label 36R but furthermore bears no labels or markings. The jacket is has no apparent damages or traces of extensive wear. The Original zipp compromises a Talon Brand zipp and is in full working order.
U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho 1943 - Stone Mint i.e. Unissued Condition This is an IMO Stone Mint and unissued example of an U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho. This appears to be the 2nd model poncho which was the most popular pattern of camouflage poncho used in World War Two by the USMC. It has press studs on eyelets around the edges. The poncho is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. The poncho is unissued with no damages whatsoever and a very nice and deep color. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho 1944 - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued example of an U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho. This appears to be the 2nd model poncho which was the most popular pattern of camouflage poncho used in World War Two by the USMC. It has press studs on eyelets around the edges. The poncho is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Althought the poncho is in unissued condition it has some Obvious traces due to years of storage and have come minor damages. The material is still flexible yet some what crispy due to long term storafe. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S.M36 Musset Bag 1945 Dated OD Green - Nice used Condition An U.S. Army M-1936 Field Bag or Mussetbag The bag Appers to be in Nice used Condition and is nice marked and dated 1945 and in OD Green Collor and This 1945 model has the Intrenching shovel Carrier fitting on the front of the bag
U.S.M42 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and in nice used condition of a U.S. M1942 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket. The jacket does not bear its size label anymore yet compromises a nice size possibly large. It is still visible that the size label has been removed from the collar in the liner. The jacket is fitted with a full working Tallon zip mainly the The other cloth parts of the jacket are in very nice and minty condition. Especially the cuffs and collar are degraded in many instances, yet with this jacket in very nice condition. There appear to be no repairs to the jacket and is IMO best described as near mint conditon. A truly nice jacket that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S.M42 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and in nice used condition of a U.S. M1942 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket. The jacket does not bear its size label anymore yet compromises a nice size possibly large. The jacket is fitted with a full working Tallon zip mainly the The other cloth parts of the jacket are in very nice and minty condition. Only there is some very minor moth damage in the collar of the jacket which has been profesional repaired with originalk period yarn. A truly nice jacket that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S.M42 First Pattern Winter Combat i.e. Tanker Trousers - Unissued Condition This a M42 First pattern pair of winter combat trousers often refered to as tanker trousers as they were favoured by tank crew. The trousers are in unissued i.e. mint condition, with all zips in full working order. There appear to be no label in the trousers not does it appear to have been fitted period. We have rarely come across these trousers in such a excellent condition! Hard to be upgraded.
U.S.M42 Second Pattern Winter Combat i.e. Tanker Trousers - Unissued Condition This a Second pattern pair of M42 winter combat trousers often refered to as tanker trousers and as they were favoured by tank crew and aso another units The Army Airforce has used them alswell. The trousers are in unissued i.e. mint condition, with all zips in full working order. There appear is a nice label in the trousers not does it appear to have been fitted period. We have rarely come across these trousers in such a excellent condition! Hard to be upgraded.
U.S; Paratrooper Pathfinder Qualification Wing (British Made)- nice Condition This wing compromises a U.S. Paratrooper (British Made) Pathfinder Qualification Wing. Any paratrooper who completed the training was eligible to wear this patch, regardless of whether he ever made a combat jump AS a Pathfinder. The wing is in unissued condition, although has some damage in the embroidery as can be seen from the pictures. Can be upgraded.
Unique Lot Of British Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) Service Dress And Documents This is a unique lot of a Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) Service Dress And Documents. The Service Dress is badged to a ATS Staff Sergeant and in overall very nice condition with some minor moth holes that have been profesionally repaired. The tunic is complete with fully matching belt and fitted with a clear label. Measuring a size 13, dated 1943 and makers marked Thorneloe & Clarkson Ltd. Complementing this tunic is a unique lot of documents that we found together with the tunic. belonging to Auxiliary Territorial Service (A.T.S.) P MacDonald, No. 1 Platoon, C Company A.T.S. O.C.T.U. (Edinburgh). The lot conisits of a notebook containing student notes from the training received. Including topics such as Ordonance, Welfare, Medical and Gas. The notebook dates august 1941. Furthermore it includes notes of "points of attention of newly joined recruits" as well as a programme of entertainment for the A.T.S. unit dated 8th august 1941 and signed by various attendees. A unique lot of documents giving great insight in the A.T.S. history and be a source of resource. One of a kind!
Unopended U.S. Milk Powder Ration - Found In Nijmegen An unopened tin of U.S. Milk Powder Ration. The tin clearly states for Mess Use and was found on a carboot sale in Nijmegen; the Netherlands. After the war many U.S. and British troops were stationed in Nijmegen, and this tin was probably left there after the war.
US (Airborne) B-4 Mea West Life Preserver 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet used example of a Mea West Life Preserver B-4. Typically issued to U.S. Airborne Troops and USAAF troops. The life presever is clearly 1943 dated, the makers mark is hard to read and partly faded. Yet the test date of April 13, 1944 is clearly visible. The life preserver is in nice used condition yet complete with inflation tube and and straps and hooks being present.
US Thompson Five Pocket Magazine Pouch 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition A very nice and IMO unissued U.S. Thompson Five Pocket Magazine Pouch. The pouch is complete with all working press studs. Furthermore the pouch is clearly U.S. marked on the rear and 1943 dated and makers marked.
USAF HB-7 Headphones - Mint Condition A textbook pair of USAF HB-7 headphones. Fitted with signal corps R14 earphones and Original wiring loom. Hard to be upgraded.
USMC 3 Pocket Thompson Magazine Pouch - Unissued Condition A very nice three pocket pouch intended to carry magazines for the Thompson Sub Machine Gun. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and marked USMC. The pouch is in unissued condition with clear signs of age due storage although in near mint condition.
USMC 3 Pocket Thompson Magazine Pouches - Nice Used Condition A very nice set of two three pocket pouch intended to carry magazines for the Thompson Sub Machine Gun. The pouches are clearly 1944 dated and marked USMC. The pouches are in nice used condition
USMC M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1943 - Nice Used Condition Nice i.e. minimally used USMC marked M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt. The belt is clearly makers marked Boyt and 1943 dated. We do not come across a USMC marked garand belt very often these days! Hard to be upgraded.
USMC. M1938 Wire Cutters 1945 Dated And Carrying Case - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and unissued example of M1938 Wire Cutters and carrying case. The cutters are still partly wrapped in Original grease paper. They are clearly 1945 dated and USMC marked. The pouch is in equal unissued condition yet somewhat stained due to years of storage.
Very nice - and fully matching! - pair of later-war period, WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M44'-style, 'simplified', enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for - and worn by! - a: 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' - overall nice condition! This is a truly very nice - and actually carcely encountered! - fully matching pair of later-war period, WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M44'-style, 'simplified', enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as piped in the desirable bright-green- (ie. 'wiesengrüner'-) branchcolour, as intended for - and worn by! - a 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' (or simple soldier within one of the army rifle-regiments), in overall nice, albeit moderately used ie. worn- condition.
Very nice, later-war period, WH (Heeres) ie. army so-called: 'M44'-model, trapezoid-shaped, breasteagle, being a field-grey example executed in neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern - mint condition! Al ater-war period, WH (Heeres) ie. army so-called: 'M44'-model, trapezoid-shaped, breasteagles, being all field-grey examples as executed in neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern, all five pieces in a very nice (ie. stonemint-/unissued!) condition.
Very Rare Set Of Light Tank Squadron Shoulder Titles - Mint Mint pair of embroided British Light Tank Squadron shoulder titles. In absolute mint condition! Cannot be upgraded!
Volks Empfänger Radio So-Called Kleinempfanger Made By Kapsch & Sohne This is a very nice used example of Volks Empfänger Radio So-Called Kleinempfanger. Which compromises the smallest model of the three variations produced. The radio is makers marked Kapsch & Sohne; Wien. In clear used condition but with great patina. Fitted with orignal wire and plug, and cardboard backplate.
Volks Empfänger Radio VE 301 (People’s Radio) Makers Marked Kapsch & Sohne In IMO nice used condition this “Volks Empfänger” radio type VE 301. This radio compromises the middle size of the three versions manufactured. The radio is overall nice used condition fitted with Original wire and plug, and cardboard backplate.
Wehrmacht Field Stove (Petroleumkocher) - Nice Used Condition Untouched and in nice used condition this Wehrmacht Field Stove i.e. Petroleumkocher. One of the standard vehicle heater models used by the German Army, it was placed under the engine of vehicles to keep the oil liquid in extremely cold situations, mainly on the Eastern Front. These stoves were also used during the winter in bunkers, trenches and other shelters as a heat source or used as a mini cooker to heat up a meal. This particular stove is 1942 dated.
WH (HEER) Artillery Enlisted Men M43 Combat Jacket 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO Mint condition example of a WH (HEER) Enlisted Men M43 Combat Jacket. The markings on the jacket have very much faded yet the 1944 date stamp and remains of size and RBN numbers are still visible on the liner. The jacket is originally badged with Breast Eagle, WH HEER Artillery shoulder boards and collar tabs. There appear to be no damages and only very minor trace of wear. A truly nice and highly deserible tunic with a great patina! Very hard to be be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Bread Bag i.e. Brotbeutel - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this WH (HEER) Bread Bag or so-called Brotbeutel. The back has no trace of wear, with all butons being present and unstained and like new condition leather straps. The bag is clearly RBN marked on the middle strap on the exterior. The bag appears to be re-issued after the war to the police which was a common practice in post-war Germany. It contained a stamp on the interior that appears to read Stadt Stutgart Polizei 1950. Yet clearly a war time example. Cannot be upgraded.
WH (HEER) K98 Ammuniton Pouches - Nice Used Condition A nice set of black leather WH (HEER) K98 Ammuniton Pouches. The pouches compromise a non-matching set although are matching in appearance. One of the pouches is makers marked JKH 42 the other pouch is not marked which is not unusual. In clear nice used condition.
WH (HEER) K98 Ammuniton Pouches - Nice Used Condition A nice set of black leather WH (HEER) K98 Ammuniton Pouches. The pouches compromise a non-matching set although are matching in appearance. There appear to be no RBN numbers in present. In clear nice used condition.
WH (HEER) 1935 Dated Belt And Fitted With 1936 Dated Belt Buckle - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition and with a great patina. This WH (HEER) Belt And Buckle. The black leather belt measures approx 95CM, and is clearly 1935 dated and makers marked W Dopheide Erackwede. Fitted with Original HEER Belt Buckle on leather tab. The tab is clearly makers marked Gebr. Albert, Menden and 1936 dated. A truly nice belt and buckle that could be upgraded.
WH (HEER) 1937 Dated Belt And Fitted With 1939 Dated Belt Buckle - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition and with a great patina. This WH (HEER) Belt And Buckle. The black leather belt measures a 100CM, and is clearly 1937 dated and makers marked L.L. G SAAR. Fitted with Original HEER Belt Buckle on leather tab. The tab is clearly makers marked JUL Kremp Ludescheid and 1939 dated. A truly nice belt and buckle that could be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Aluminium Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition A nice example of a WH (HEER) Aluminium Buckle And Leather Belt. IMO in nice used condition. The belt measures approx 98CM (marked 98). And is fitted with Original aluminium Wehrmacht belt buckle. The buckle is fitted on Original leather tab which appears dated and makers marked, yet to much faded to identify. A nice used HEER belt and buckle that can be upgraded!
WH (HEER) Backpack - Nice Used Mint Condition A standard WH (HEER) back pack. The back pack is fitted with leather carrying straps apparently manufactured from the standard Y straps. The bag does not appaear to be marked or dated not unusual. In overall nice used condition.
WH (HEER) Belt And Buckle - Untouched Privately Found A true piece of history. This WH (HEER) black leather belt and Buckle. Recently found privately this belt and buckle have never been in a collectors hands before, and is absolutely untouched and uncleaned. Airing of history and patina. The buckle has never been removed from the belt since it was put on there in war. The makers mark and are visible yet not readible. A unique belt and buckle!
WH (HEER) Belt And Buckle 1940 Dated Veteran Bring Back - Nice Used Condition A very nice used example of a WH (HEER) black leather belt and buckle. Both belt and buckle are 1940 dated and compromise a U.S. Veteran Bring back, send back from the "Colmar Pocket" in Souther France. Supported by a letter from Sergeant Tank Commander, Wayne Colony, Company C, 714th Tank Battalion, 12th Armoured Division. The belt is executed in black leather and measures 95 cm. The field grey belt buckle is 1940 dated and makers marked, and fitted on Original leather tab, 1940 dated and makers marked DR Franke & Co; Ludescheid. A true piece of history with a great patina!
WH (HEER) Bread Bag Or So-Called Brotbeutel 1942 - Near Mint Condition IMO in near mint condition with only a stain on the interior this WH (HEER) Bread Bag Or So-Called Brotbeutel. The bag is marked with a maker and what appears to be a RBN number, the date appears visible and although hard to read appears to be 1942. A truly nice bread bag, hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Breast Eagle - Uniform Removed Nice uniform removed WH (HEER) Breast Eagle.
WH (HEER) Can Frostschutz Salbe - Unopened Condition Nice original metal can Wehrmacht “Frostschutz Salbe” skin ointment to protect the skin against ice cold and freezing weather. Nicely marked “Wehrmacht Packung” nice used metal can with content in good condition.
WH (HEER) Combat Assualt i.e. A Frame Complete - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a WH (HEER) Assualt Combat Frame i.e. A Frame. The frame is as described in nice but clear used condition, Furthermore the frame is very complete with Original hooks and straps. A truly nice, complete and Original A Frame that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition A very nice and attractive WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle on Original leather tab and black leather belt. The buckle is fitted with a 1941 dated leather tab makers marked B HAARMANN LUDENSCHEID Belt and buckle are fitted on Original leather belt, measuring approx 95 CM. The belt is dated and makers but not visable
WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition A very nice and attractive WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle on Original leather tab and black leather belt. The buckle is 1940 dated and makers marked D&C and fitted on a 1940 dated leather tab makers marked Dransfeld & Co (D&C) Menden. Belt and buckle are fitted on Original leather belt, measuring approx 95 CM. The belt is clearly 1942 dated and makers marked RZFH.
WH (HEER) Flare Pistol i.e. So-Called Leuchtpistol 42 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) Flare Pistol. The flare gun is the so-called LP42 i.e. Leuchtpistol 42. The pistol is nicely marked with a Waffen Ambt number and retains a great patina. Hard to be upgraded. Notice! The gun is free to own in the Netherlands for persons of 18 year or older, we can only sell to those persons and countrys where its free to own these flare guns, made before the 1st of January 1945
WH (HEER) Flat Wire Breast Eagle - Mint Condition WH (HEER) M39 Breast Eagle in IMO mint condition. This particular eagle is executed in so-called flat wire. These type of eagles would often been used on NCO tunics or Lightweight Officers Tunics.
WH (HEER) Fuhrerschein Kraftfahrabteilung Straubing - Nice Used Condition Nice example of a WH (HEER) WH (HEER) Fuhrerschein to a Kraftfahrer i.e. Driver attached to Kraftfahrabteilung Straubing.1935 In overall nice used condition.
WH (HEER) G43 / K43 Ammunition Pouch Brown Ersatz Leather 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition WH (HEER) Pouch for the G43 / K43 - The G43 Patronentaschen. Manufactured from a natural tan Ersatz leather, with natural tan reverse straps and steel fittings, with 2 compartments for the G43 10 round box magazine.The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked Ros. In IMO unissued condition with some trace off years of storage. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Gaiters - Stone Mint Condition This is an excellent and IMO stone mint pair of WH (HEER) Gaiters. The gaiters do not appear to be marked. Yet both are fully matching and complete with Original leather straps and hooks. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Gaiters - Stone Mint Condition This is an excellent and IMO stone mint pair of WH (HEER) Gaiters. The gaiters do not appear to be marked. Yet both are fully matching and complete with Original leather straps and hooks. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Gaiters 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition IMO stone in nice used condition. This pair of WH (HEER) Gaiters. The gaiters appear to be makers marked RKS and 1942 dated. Both are fully matching and complete with Original leather straps and hooks.
WH (HEER) Infantry NCO M35 Dress Tunic i.e. Waffenrock 119th Infantry Regiment - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this full Original badges WH (HEER) Infantry NCO M35 Dress Tunic i.e. Waffenrock to an Infantry NCO off the 119th Infantry Regiment. The tunic is fitted with Original Taylors label; Bender & Cie Stuttgart. The 119th Infantry Regiment was stationed at the Theodor-Heuss-Kaserne in Stuttgart.
WH (Heer) Infantry NCO Shoulder Boards Fully Matching - Used Condition A fully matching pair of WH (Heer) NCOs shoulderboards. the boards in used condition and have some clear repairs in the back of the tabs. Can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Infantry NCO Visor Cap i.e. Schirmutze Makers Marked Pekuro - Near Mint A fantastic example of a WH (HEER) Infantry NCO Visor Cap or so-called Schirmutze. Complete with it's Original eagle and concarde. The sweat-diamond is nicely marked by the famous 'Peküro' which was one of the famous and high quality producers of such caps. The cap is appears to be named "Bardy". There is some minor of trace of wear and some minor moth holes yet retains a great patina.
WH (HEER) Infantry Stabsgefreiter EM M42 Field Blouse - Mint Condition This is an absolute stunning and IMO mint condition. If it was not for a very minor moth hole above the bottom right pocket, the the jacket would stone mint. . And compromises a text book example of a EM M42 Field Blouse with so-called scalloped pockets. The Jacket applied with Original breast eagle, infantry shoulder boards and Stabsgefreiter insiginia as well as iron cross ribon and collar tabs. The jacket is fitted with text book green buttons with almost no trace of wear. The Original loops to attach decorations on the left pocket are present. The liner of the jacket is in equal mint condition to the jacket. In the liner the makers mark is present; Tolie & Co and appears to be sized 94. The jacket is dated 1942. The jacket appear to be dated X and is fitted with Original 1942 dated bandage in the bandage pocket. A true stunner with great patina that could not be upgraded.
WH (HEER) K98 Ammo Pouches - Nice Used Set Executed in black pebled leather this IMO nice used set of WH (HEER) K98 Ammo Pouches. The pouches compromise a non matching maker/RBN set, yet retain a nice patina. One of the pouches is clearly marked with a RBN number. Whereas the other pouch appears makers makerd yet very hard to read. A good looking pair of K98 pouches though!
WH (HEER) K98 Bayont And Leather Bayonet Frog - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) K98 Bayonet and leather bayonet frog. The knife is serial marked 44FFC. The bayonet comes with Original yet unmarked leather bayonet frog, in equal nice used condition.
WH (HEER) K98 Bayont With Full Matching Numbers And Leather Bayonet Frog - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) K98 Bayonet and leather bayonet frog. The bayonet compromises a full matching number example with both the scabbard and the knife being serial marked 446. Increasingly hard to find these days! The bayonet comes with Original yet unmarked leather bayonet frog, in equal nice used condition.
WH (HEER) K98 Rifle Grenade Launcher Pouch DKK 1943 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used conditon with clear trace of wear this WH (HEER) K98 Rifle Grenade Launcher Pouch. Executed in black leather and fitted with Original carrying strap and small leather adjuster on the strap. The pouch is clearly makers marked DKK, and marked 1943 on the rear of the pouch.
WH (HEER) M31 Canteen And Bakelite Cup (Feldflasche 31 und Trinkbecher) - Nice Used Condition Nice used bordering to near mint condition this WH (HEER) M31 Canteen And Bakelite Cup (Feldflasche 31 und Trinkbecher). The bakelite cup is makers marked and 1943 dated. The red steel canteen is fitted in its felt cover, with leather straps that show signs of usage.
WH (HEER) M31 Canteen And Cup (Feldflasche 31 und Trinkbecher) - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint example of a WH (HEER) M31 Canteen And Cup (Feldflasche 31 und Trinkbecher). The red painted steel canteen and 1943 dated aluminium cup. The canteen cover and leather straps are in excellent condition.
WH (HEER) M36 Breast Eagle - Uniform Removed Condition A nice used i.e. uniform removed WH (HEER) M36 Breast Eagle or so-called Brustadler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere.
WH (HEER) M36 Breast Eagle BeVo Weave - Near Mint Condition WH (Heeres) early- (ie. pre-) war-period- and/or greyish-coloured breast-eagle of the so-called: 'M36'- (ie. 'M40'-) pattern (ie. 'Brustadler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere') In Near Mint Condition, only somewhat folded due to storage.
WH (HEER) M36 Early Wool So-Called Flatwired BeVo Weave Breast Eagle - Uniform Removed A very nice uniform removed example of a WH (HEER) M36 Early Wool So-Called Flatwired BeVo weave Breast Eagle (ie. 'Brustadler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere').
WH (HEER) M36 Field Blouse Badged To A Hauptfeldwebel Or So-Called Spiess - Mint Condition This is a fantastic and IMO mint WH (HEER) M36 Field Blouse. Although mint the jacket has some mininal trace of wear. The jacket is clearly 1939 dated and is Original badged to a Oberfeldwebel within the infantry Regiment 87. A pair of NCO braid rings is sewn to each lower sleeve indicating that this NCO was de companies Spiess (hauptfeldwebel). The tunic is badged with Original BeVo style breast eagle and Original collar tabs. A truly nice tunic that would be hard to upgrade!
WH (HEER) M36 Field Blouse To An Artillery Feldwebel - Nice Used Condition A very attractive example of a WH (HEER) M41 Field Blouse. The tunic is badged with a M36 BeVo weave style breast eagle, NCO collar tabs and M43 NCO type shoulderboards as was intended for a Feldwebel der (Sturm)Artillerie-Truppen. The tunic apears to be size marked and dated, and measure a size 90 and is dated 1941. A truly nice and Original M36 Field Blouse with a great patina!
WH (HEER) M39 In IMO mint condition, this WH (HEER) M39 Breast Eagle. The eagle is executed in the so-called "Bevo Weave" in grey thread on a green linnen background.
WH (Heer) M40 Breast Eagle - Nice i.e. Unissued Condition A very nice WH (Heer) M40 Breast Eagle executed in green-ish linnen. The eagle is in clean and nice i.e. unissued condition.
WH (HEER) M40 Single Decal Helmet - In Nice Used Condition This a stunning WH (HEER) M40 helmet. This helmet retains a great patina and compromises a Single Decal. The decal is in very nice and clear condition 99% present. The helmet is as described in nice used condition as is the liner which is in complete condition yet with clear trace of wear. The helmet is fitted with Original leather chinstrap. The helmet shell is makers marked NS - Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke, Schwerte, and marked with production code D191. A fantastic single decal helmet that would be hard to upgrade!
WH (HEER) M42 Canteen And Cup Late War (1945) In Grey Gaberdine Cover - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition with clear trace of wear on the leather straps and a minor damage on the fabric. This WH (HEER) M42 Canteen And Cup Late War 1945? In Grey Gaberdine Cover. The canteen itself has been painted Green and the distinct red paint is clearly coming through. The leather straps off the canteen cover are clear marked with the German Eagle and makers markedf WoA 137. The bakelite cup is marked 11783E and is nice and undamaged condition. A nice canteen and cup that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M42 Steel Helmet i.e. Stahl Helm Eisenhuttenwerk AG, Thale Harz - Nice Used Condition A nice used example of a WH (HEER) Steel Helmet i.e. Stahl Helm. The helmet compromises a M42 model, and is clearly marked CKL on the interior of the shell. CKL is the manufacturers code for; Eisenhuttenwerk AG, Thale Harz. The shell is also marked with serial number 4743. The helmet is fitted with Original liner and helmet strap in equal nice used condition. The liner appears to be size marked 55. A great WH (HEER) M42 helmet that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M43 Drillich i.e. HBT Field Blouse Fitted With Panzer Grenadier EM Shoulder Boards - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition to near mint, this WH (HEER) M43 Drillich i.e. HBT Field Blouse. The blouse has four pockets with straight flaps, and field grey pebbled buttons. The tunic is fitted with Original Enlisted Mens Panzer Grenadier Shoulder Boards. Fitted with Original sewn eagle and collar tabs. The Blouse is furthermore clearly marked with RBN Number 0/917/0006 and appears to be marked size 94. Hard to capture yet 1944 dated. A very attractive late-war Drillich Field Blouse!
WH (HEER) M43 Panzer Grenadier EM Feldbluse - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a WH (HEER) M43 Feldbluse. The feldbluse is badged with a very nice matching pair of Panzer Grenadier shoulder boards. Furthermore the tunic is badged with Original breast eagle and Iron Cross Ribbon. The loops in order to fit abzeichen and decorations are present on the front pocket of the tunic. The tunic appears to be shortened which has judging by the quality of work as well as the colour differentiations has been periodly applied. The tunic is clearly marked and 1944 dated. The size measures a size 92. This is a very nice and Original jacket in IMO nice used condition.
WH (HEER) M44 Infantry Field Jacket With Nachrichten Shoulder Boards - Unissued Condition A very attractive WH (HEER) M44 Infantry Field Jacket. IMO in Unussed condition with very clear markings in the liner, sized 160-168 which is a large size, and dated 1944. The tunic is fitted with Original applied triangle breast eagle and Original applied collar tabs. The tunic comes with a pair of Nachrichten shoulder boards orginal to the jacket. A very nice example with great patina, that would be hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) NCO Artillery Shoulder Boards - Near Mint Condition A truly nice and IMO near mint example of WH (HEER) NCO Artillery (red piping) Shoulder Boards. The boards have no damages whatsoever and appear to be fully matching.
WH (HEER) NCO i.e. Unter Officier Ribbon - Uniform Removed Condition This an IMO uniform removed WH (HEER) NCO i.e. Unter Officier Ribbon. Used to add to the shoulder board and collar tabs.
WH (HEER) NCO Waffen Rock 75th Infantry Regiment - Mint Condition In IMO mint i.e. minimally worn condition this NCOs Waffen Rock. The tunic is badged to a NCO in the 75th Infantry Regiment. The tunic is fitted with Original Schutzensnur and flat wired or so-called BeVo style breast eagle on dark green background. As well as the ribbon of a Wehrmacht Long Service medal. There are no markings present in the tunic yet clearly an Original badged and period tunic. In a decent mannequin size.
WH (HEER) Pair Of Brown K98 Leather Ammo Pouches - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition with a great patina finish. This pair of Brown K98 Leather Ammo Pouches. The pouches compromises a non-matching set. Yet are fully matching appearance wise. Pouch one is makers marked A Waldhausen; Koln and dated 1936. Where as pouch two is makers marked Stegher; Freiberg 1937. Both pouches are in nice used condition with clear trace of wear giving them an attractive appearance.
WH (HEER) Panzergrenadier EM M43 Field Blouse Makers Marked E Reitz Antwerp - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) Panzergrenadier EM M43 Field Blouse. The jacket compromises a text book Belgium made example, produced by the firm E Reitz. Antwerp The E.Reitz Uniformwerke was one of the biggest German uniform factories for the German army. In a former tobacco factory, the Germans installed a huge production unit for military uniforms used by the Wehrmacht, Luftwaffe , Waffen-SS and Kriegsmarine. The blouse is applied with Original factory applied breast eagle, panzer grenadier shoulderboards and collar tabs. As described the blouse is in nice used condition with black colored buttons and some staining in the interior. In the liner the factory stamps of E Reitz are clearly visible, the blouse measures a size 94. A very nice and rare attractibe WH HEER M43 Field Blouse. There is also a special website about E.Reitz Uniformwerke
WH (HEER) Rubberized Gas Cape Pouch GDW Rale 32/41 And Gas Cape - Nice Used Condition In clearly nice used condition this WH (HEER) Rubberized Gas Cape Pouch and Gas Cape. The pouch compromises a rubberized example, clearly marked GDW RALE 32/41 in overall good condition with a minor hole on the side not visible from the front. The pouch comes with Original and Gas Cape fitted with Original GJP 41/3 marked label. A truly nice rubberized pouch and cape, yet can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Single Brown Leather K98 Ammo Pouch 1939 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) Single Brown Leather K98 Ammo Pouch. The pouch is clearly 1939 dated and makers marked Kampmann.
WH (HEER) Single Decal M42 Helmet - Nice Used Condition A very attractive WH (HEER) M42 Helmet. Fitted with a single decall which is in very nice conditions. Although some minor damages the decall retains a clear and prominent presence. The helmet is fitted with Original liner. The shell compromises a size 62, with a size 55 liner. A very nice used HEER helmet with a great patina!
WH (HEER) Splinter Tarn Zelt Bahn i.e. Tent Quarter Shelter - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this WH (HEER) Tent Quarter Shelter or so-called Zelt Bahn. Executed in the distinct Splinter Tarn i.e. camoflage. The Zeltbahn has some clear trace of use but is in complete condition. There appears to be no RBN Markings which is very common with this type of equipment. A nice and attractive Zeltbahn that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Sumpf Tarn Winter Parka And Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a IMO nice used example of a WH (HEER) winter parka and trousers. Both parka and trousers compromise a matching set and are executed in so-called Sumpf Tarn i.e. camoflage. The trousers are clearly marked size 2, although the jacket is not marked with a size yet measures equal to a size 2 as well. In the trousers is the RBN number present, there appear to be no markings present in the parka. Both parka and trousers have some period applied repairs as can be seen from the pictures. Both parka and trousers are fitted with Original glass buttons. A very nice set of jacket and trousers with a great patina that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Tornister Empfänger 1942 Serial Number 297427 - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this Tornister Empfänger or so-called Torn Eb.1942 Serial Number 297427. The radio is in truly fantastic condition on both interior and exterior. All dials and meters appear in excellent condition. Altogether the radio retains a fantastic patina! The radio is fitted with a tan colored front cover, compromising an outstanding reproduction example.Furthermore the radio bears its Original paint and is fitted with Original serial number,. A truly nice radio that would be hard to upgrade.
WH (HEER) Y Straps i.e. Suspenders or So-Called Koppeltragegestell - Nice Used Condition A nice used pair of WH (HEER) Y Straps i.e. Suspenders. In German refered to as Koppeltragegestell .The function of the Y Strap is to evenly distribute the weight of the equipment the soldier is carrying. Executed in black leather with clear trace of wear yet no damages and retaining a nice patina. The suspenders appear unmarked which is common with this type of equipment.
WH (HEER)/ Waffen SS Untersturmfuher Camoflaged Rank Insignia - Uniform Removed Condition This is nice used and uniform removed example of a WH (HEER)/ Waffen SS Untersturmfuher Camoflaged Rank Insignia. The insignia would have been applied camoflaged uniforms.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Black P38 Soft Shell Pistol Holster - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO very minimal i.e. nice used example of a P38 Soft Shell Holster. Executed in black leather and clearly marked with RBN Number.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Leather Y Straps - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet unmarked set of WH (HEER/LW/SS) Leather Y Straps. IMO in nice used condition.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) M43 Carrying Frame i.e. Tragegestell Complete With All Straps And Fixtures - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice late war M43 WH (HEER/LW/SS) carrying frame i.e. Tragegestell. The frame is in very neat yet clearly used condition and fitted with all Original straps and fittings. The straps are in equal nice condition but yet bear clear signs of use but are not damaged. A truly nice and complete Tragegestel that would be hard to upgrade!
WH (HEER/LW/SS) MG 34/42 Tool Bag Executed in Ersatz Leather - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and IMO nice used example of a MG34/42 Tool Bag i.e. Pouch. The bag is executed in tan coloured simulated leather, so-called Ersatz Leather. The bag is complete with all fixtures and designed to be worn by the MG34/42 Gunner. The MG tool kit consisted of a molded, black bakelite sulphur container, oilers, wrench tool, cartridge remover, starter tab, rubber and fabric muzzle covers as well as a thick cloth pad for the removal of hot, used barrels. (Obvious this bag does not come with contents).
WH (HEER/LW/SS) P27 Brown Soft Shell Holster 1942 - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition this 1942 dated and Waffen Ambt marked P27Pistol Holster. Intended to hold the P27 7,65MM Pistol. The so-called soft shell pistol holster is executed in brown leather, and if fitted with a loop on the rear to fit on the waist belt as well as a pocket for the spare magazine.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) P27 Brown Soft Shell Holster 1942 - Nice Used Condition In unissued condition, yet with clear trace of storage and some and folds in the leather. This 1942 dated and Waffen Ambt marked P27Pistol Holster. Intended to hold the P27 7,65MM Pistol. The so-called soft shell pistol holster is executed in brown leather, and if fitted with a loop on the rear to fit on the waist belt as well as a pocket for the spare magazine.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) P27 Brown Soft Shell Holster 1942 - Unissued Condition In unisseed condition this 1942 dated and Waffen Ambt marked P27Pistol Holster. Intended to hold the P27 7,65MM Pistol. The so-called soft shell pistol holster is executed in brown leather, and if fitted with a loop on the rear to fit on the waist belt as well as a pocket for the spare magazine.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Tropical Y Straps - Nice Used Condition A very attractive and increasingly hard to find pair off WH (HEER/LW/SS) Tropical Y Straps i.e. Tropen Kopeltraggestel fur Infantry . The straps are in IMO nice used condition with some clear of trace of wear but no significant damage. The Y Straps are not visible makers marked, The Y straps are named on the back leather pice
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Tropical Y Straps - Nice Used Condition A very attractive and increasingly hard to find pair off WH (HEER/LW/SS) Tropical Y Straps i.e. Tropen Kopeltraggestel fur Infantry . The straps are in IMO nice used condition with some clear of trace of wear but no significant damage. The Y Straps are not visible makers marked, The Y straps are named on the back leather pice
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Wire Cutters 1936 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice used and recently recovered on a flea market this pair off WH (HEER/LW/SS) Wire Cutters. IMO in nice used i.e. fair condition. Makers marked and clearly 1936 dated.
WH (Heeres) breast-eagle as executed in WH (Heeres) breast-eagle (ie. 'Brustadler für Waffenrock') as executed in 'BeVo'-type-, so-called: 'flat-wire'-weave-pattern and that came already pre-mounted on darker-green-coloured wool as was specifically intended for usage by soldiers (ie. NCOs) on their dress-tunics (ie. 'Waffenröcke' or: 'Ausgeh'-uniforms)
WH (Heeres) officers'-pattern, so-called: 'trapezoid-shaped'- (ie. 'M43'-pattern-) cap-eagle ie. cocarde - Nice Used Condition This a very nice and attractive and IMO nice used condition WH (Heeres) officers'-pattern, so-called: 'trapezoid-shaped'- (ie. 'M43'-pattern-) cap-eagle ie. cocarde.
WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M43-pattern'-) cap-eagle/cocarde (ie. cap-trapezoid) - Unissued WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M43-pattern' cap-eagle/cocarde (ie. 'Mützentrapez' or: trapezoid-shaped cap-eagle), IMO in unissued condition.
WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen' - Uniform Removed Condition This a very nice example of a WH (Luftwaffe) 'Flugzeugführer-Abzeichen' executed in fabric. The abzeichen is IMO in nice used and uniform removed condition.
WH (Luftwaffe) 'Luftwaffe Paradefeldbinde für Offiziere' i.e. Parade Belt - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition with some clear damages on the interior of the belt. This 'Luftwaffe Paradefeldbinde für Offiziere' i.e. Parade Belt. Fitted with a clear and attractive buggle and measuring approxemately 100 CMs Long.
WH (Luftwaffe) Blue Bread Bag Carrying Strap - Unissued Condition We managed to find a small lot of unissued carrying straps intended for the German Bread Bag i.e. Brott Beutel. The straps are executed in the distinct Luftwaffe blue shade and fitted with brown leather re-inforcements at the ends of the strap. Cannot be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) Blue Bread Bag Carrying Strap Black Leather - Unissued Condition A nice IMO unissued WH (Luftwaffe) Blue Bread Bag Carrying Strap Black. The strap is fitted with black leather re-inforcements.
WH (Luftwaffe) Blue-Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition, this WH (Luftwaffe) Blue-Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt. Both belt and buckle are in nice yet clear used condition. The leather belt measures approx. 90CM, appears makers RB Numbers And nemed CH Heinzle. and is a late war model The blue-grey camoflaged belt buckle is also nice used condition A nice used belt and buckle that could be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) Blue-Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition, this WH (Luftwaffe) Blue-Grey Belt Buckle And Leather Belt. Both belt and buckle are in nice yet clear used condition. The leather belt measures approx. 95CM, appears makers marked yet hard to read. The 1942 dated is still clearly visible. The blue-grey camoflaged belt buckle is 42 dated yet fitted on a 1940 dated tab, makers marked Schmoil & Co. Menden. A nice used belt and buckle that could be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) Feld Division NCO Shoulder Boards - Mint Condition This is a very nice and fully matching pair off WH (Luftwaffe) NCO-type shoulderstrap, as was piped in the neat bright-green- (ie. 'grüner'-) coloured branchcolour, as was intended for an: 'Unteroffizier' (or: junior NCO) who served within one the later-war-period LW 'Felddivisionen', Cannot be upgraded!
WH (Luftwaffe) FLAK Four Pocket Tunic - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint condition WH (Luftwaffe) FLAK enlisted-mens Der Flakartillerie Four Pocket Tunic i.e. Waffenrock. Compromising an early 1935 dated example. The jacket is originally badged including Original fitted breast eagle, NCO collar tabs and shoulder boards. Furthermore the tunic is makers marked Eduard Sachs April 1935, and sized 96. The liner is furthermore marked with various markings relating to the FLAK regiment. A fantastic and IMO mint Four Pocket Tunic that cannot be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) Flieger/Falschrimjager Fliegerbluse - Nice Used Condition In nice yet clear used condition this WH (Luftwaffe) Flieger/Falschrimjager Fliegerbluse. The tunic is fully Original badged including breast eagle, collar tabs and shoulder boards. The liner is in equal nice used condition with some clear wear and tear. Yet the RBN number and size is still clearly visible. The tunic compromises a size 102. The jacket itself is as previous described in nice used condition with some minor moth damage. Yet full intact complete glass buttons. A nice used flieger/Falschrimjager Fliegerbluse, that can be upgraded. Yet priced accordingly.
WH (Luftwaffe) Flying Cap - Nice Used Condition This a very nice WH (Luftwaffe) Flying Cap. Executed in leather and lined with wool. The flying cap is complete with Original bakelite throat microphone. All leather straps and fixtures and fittings appear to be in place. The cap is fitted with Original label, measuring a size 56. The cap was manufactured by Siemens. A truly nice cap with a great patina, hard to be upgraded!
WH (Luftwaffe) M40 Side Cap Original Badged - Nice Used Condition A very nice WH (Luftwaffe) M40 Side Cap. Original badged and clearly nice used condition. Although used the cap retains a very nice patina.
WH (Luftwaffe) silver-coloured- and/or aluminium-based belt buckle on leather tab - Nice Used Condition This is a very neat and IMO nice used example of a WH (Luftwaffe) silver-coloured- and/or aluminium-based belt buckle. The buckle is fitted on a very clean and crisp brown leather tab, makers marked F Wassmann & Sohne and 1941 dated.
WH (Luftwaffe) Splinter Tarn Feld Division Smock - Nice Used Condition This is a nice and Original example of a late war Luftwaffe Feld Division Smock. Executed in Splinter Tarn B camouflage. The tunic is obviously combat worn, and fitted with an Original hand sewn breast eagle. There are no markings present in the smock, yet compromise a large mannequin size example. A very Original Feld Division Smock with great history and patina!
WH (Luftwaffe)Shoulder Boards 'engineers' ('Pioniere') - Mint Condition This is a matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe) collar-patches, executed in black (smooth) wool for a 'Pioniere' (engineers) soldier. Both patches have two aluminium i.e. 'Feinzink' gulls attached. They have both a brown yellowish 'cheese-duck' backing. In mint condition.
WH (LW) Cap Eagle For M43 Field Cap and/or Side Cap - Uniform Removed In IMO nice used and clear uniform removed condition this WH (LW) Cap Eagle For M43 Field Cap and/or Side Cap.
WH (SS/Polizei) Double Decal M42 Helmet Fitted With Original Chin Strap - Near Mint Condition This is an exceptionally nice M42 Helmet. IMO in near mint condition with minimal trace of wear in the interior and some rust defects and minor stratching on the exterior. The helmet compromises a double decal SS Polizei Helmet the decals are in very nice conditon. The helmet shell is makers marked ET6 i.e. Eisenhüttenwerke in Thale and marked 1281. The Original liner is in equal condition to the shell and sized 57. A very nice double decall SS Polizei Helmet with a great patina, hard to be upgraded!
WH Deutsche Afrika Korps 10 Liter Water Can 1941 - Nice Used Condition A very nice yet clearly used example of a WH Deutsche Afrika Korps 10 Liter Water Can. The can is clearly makers marked SMM and 41 dated on the lid. The lid is fitted with Original rubber seal. A truly nice can with a great patina.
WH G43/K43 Black Leather Ammunition Pouch - Nice Used Condition G43/K43 Black Leather magazine ammuntion Pouch - 'Patronentaschen G43/K43'. In nice used condition.
WH M30 Gasmask Cannister And Gasmask - Near Mint Condition This WH M30 Gasmask Cannister and gasmask is in exceptional good condition. IMO best to be described as near mint as there appears some rust stains in the interior of the cannister as can be seen clearly on the pictures. The cannister is furthmore complete with the often displaced carrying straps and comes with Original gasmask. A truly nice gasmask and cannister!
WH M31 Gaskmask And Cannister - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this M31 Gasmask cannister and gasmask. The cannister is complete with all original straps attched to the cannister.The cannister appears to be in nice used condition. The inside of gasmask is fitted with an original spring for the condens wipe. The gasmask itself in equal nice althiugh clear used condition and clearly marked.
WH M31 Red Painted Canteen And Cup - Mint Condition In truly nice IMO mint condition this WH M31 Canteen and Cup. The canteen is red painted and is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The canteen bears all its orginal paint, and appears to be in excellent condition. The Canteen Cup is executed in distinct green colour, bearing all of its paint and being makers marked aswell as 1943 dated.The cup is not painted red in the interior. Furthermore the leather strap attaching the lid to the bottle is marked with RBN number. The felcrow is undamaged and and mint condition, and so are all straps and hooks. A truly nice Canteen and Cup that cannot be upgraded!
WH M31 Waterbottle 1941 and Cup 1943 Dated - Mint Condition A very nice example of a third reich M31 waterbottle and Aluminium cup. The bottle is nicely makers marked and 1941 dated. The Original aluminium cup is clearly makers marked L &SL and 1943 dated.
WH M35 Brown Leather Map Case And Inner Case - Nice Used Condition In fantastic condition is this WH M35 Map Case i.e. Meldekartentasche M35 complete with original inner case . The map case is makers marked and appears to be dated 1938 yet very hard to read and to capture on camera. The map case is fitted with a leather carrying strap, the strap differs in colour from the mapcase yet has a very period like look and feel and could be original to the case. . Overall a very nice i.e. near mint M35 Brown Leather Map Case.
WH NOTEK Vehicle Black Out Light In Original Paint - Near Mint In fantastic and IMO near mint condition. This NOTEK Black Out Light. These type of lights would be fitted on almost all German vehicles. The NOTEK light bears near enough all its Original paint and is complete with Original foot piece. Hard to be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS M31 Canteen And Cup - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Late War i.e. Metal Canteen. The canteen is executed in metal and fitted with a red lid. The canteen cup is equally late war i.e. green coloured and and does not appears to be dated. The original leather strap is still present although damaged as can be seen on the pictures. Altogether a nice later war canteen that can be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS M31 Wooden Tropical DAK Canteen And Cup 1942 - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Tropical canteen. The canteen is executed in wood and clearly 1942 dated as well as being makers marked. The canteen is fitted with Original bakelite cup and carrying sling. In nice used condition hard to be upgraded!
WH/LW/SS MG13 Magzine Pouches And Magazines - Nice Used Condition This compromises a set of MG13 Magazine anvas and leather pouches carrier and one neck strap. The carrier is equipped with a webbing handle and can also be attached to the neck strap. Carriers are very well made and include a canvas leather neck strap. The pouhes come with Original magazines (8 pieces). IMO best to be described as nice used condition.