The Ultimate Resource for Militaria


Here you will find over 100,000 items of militaria for sale on-line


You have most likely reached this page from a search engine.

The item you are searching for can be found on the

Military Collectables (New Zealand) website

Why not click on the Enter button below to see the other Dealers on MilitariaMart


Click here to enter
The following items can be found on the Military Collectables (New Zealand) website ,
with full descriptions, photographs and prices.
AFRIKAKORPS SELF PORTRAITS If you are going to get the first one then it probably makes sense adding this on too !
DIE RITTERKRRUZTRAGER DE LUFTWAFFE 1 The absolute must have book in both English and German of every RK winner who served in the Luftwaffe as a fighter pilot. Short bio's for each person, and although well out of print, it is still a sort after book and with all pages intact.
DIE RITTERKRRUZTRAGER DE LUFTWAFFE 2 Second and last addition and absolute must have book in both English and German of every RK winner who served in the Luftwaffe as a Stuka and ground attack pilot. Short bio's for each person and although well out of print it is still a very sort after reference book with all the pages intact.
FLOTTENCHEF ADMIRAL LUJENS CARD The last captain and went down with the Bismarck.
GENRALMAJOR GALLAND CARD
GERMAN BAVARIAN AVIATORS PILOTS BADGE - ENGRAVED AND THE PILOT IS IDENTIFIED WITH A PHOTO AND SERVICE HISTORY A wonderful engraved Imperial Bavarian pilots badge by Carl Poellath of Schrobenhausen. This hollow type badge is in very good used condition with no damage and maintaining some of its original frosting within the edges of the inside leaves. The rear has period engraving detailed to Lieutenant of the Reserve, A. Hermann who qualified as a pilot on 24 September 1917, and notes his unit and located on the Western Front (France/Belgium). A photo of him (3rd from the left) with his squadron dated December 1917 and a summary of this WW1 service history. See pics 8 to10. It came with an art-deco type bakelite case with a Dresden jewellers label, and this was not original to the badge, but it would have found it way into this case. NB. Unable to fully confirm when this badge was produced (so hence purposely not listed it as WW1), but in my view it was most probably between WW1 to WW2, and during the time of rearmament when many ex-WW1 soldiers got back into uniform, so hence it is priced accordingly otherwise it would command a market value of $5K+ as a confirmed WW1 piece.
HAUPTMANN HANS MARSEILLLE The 'Star of Afrika' and was credited with shooting down more allied planes than any other Luftwaffe pilot. Bailed-out in N. Africa and killed when he hit his tail-plane.
HAUPTMANN SAYN WITTGENSTIEN CARD
KAPITANLEUTNANT LEHMANN-WILLENBROCK CARD
KAPITANLEUTNANT PRIEN CARD
KAPITANLEUTNANT ROSENBAUM CARD
KAPITANLEUTNANT SCHEPKE CARD
KORVETTENKAPITIAN KRETSCHMAR CARD
KORVETTENKAPITIAN PRIEN CARD
LEUTNANT KURT WOLFF - SANKE CARD 523 A member of the Flying Circus and he always wore his lucky-charm night cap in battle, except the day he rushed to engage the enemy and forgot to put it on, and on that day he was subsequently shot down and killed. In excellent condition.
LEUTNANT WARNER VOSS - SANKE CARD 506 A member of the Flying Circus and achieved 48 victories. Once landed his plane in no-mans land to dismount the machine-gun from his downed opponents aircraft to take back to his squadron, to enable him to confirm that victory. Known to wear his best uniform during every combat flight, just in case he was shot-down and taken prisoner and entertained in Paris by his RFC opponents. Finally shot-down during an intense dog-fight while taking-on 7 RFC planes alone and managing to fend them off for ten minutes, but was eventually killed. In excellent condition.
LOTHER FREIHERR VON RICHTHOFEN - ROTHENBERG CARD 3000 A member of the Flying Circus and achieved 40 victories in relatively short period of time, and therefore was deemed by some as far more capable than his famous older brother. Killed in a plane crash after the war in 1922. In excellent condition
MAJOR HANS PHILIPP CARD
MAJOR VON MALTZAHN CARD
MAJOR WICK CARD
OBERLEUTNANT RUDOLF BERTHOLD - SANKE CARD 423 Refused to leave the front and insisted on flying while badly injured and achieved 44 victories by the end of the war. Was strangled by his own Blue Max by German Communists in 1920. In excellent condition.
OBERLEUTNENT MARSEILLE CARD
OBERLEUTNENT MARSEILLE CARD The Star of Afrika
OBERSTLEUTNANT MOLDERS CARD
ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR 1 A classic and must have for any RK collector or reader of the award winners, for the swords, diamonds, and golden diamonds. Reasonably priced as a good 2nd hand book, and first addition and signed by the author.
ON THE FIELD OF HONOUR 2 The second and last addition and a classic and must have for any RK collector or reader of all the award winners for the oak leaves. Reasonably priced as a good 2nd hand book, and first addition and signed by the author.
ORDEN POUR LE MERITE Although in German not English this is the book to have for reference pics of PLM's, up close showing all the detail and also has a full comprehensive list of every single winner of the PLM from the very beginning to the end of WW1. Near new, and hardly used and normally priced at around 95 Euros before P&P.
RITTERMEISTER MANFRED FRHR. VON RICHTHOFEN - SANKE CARD 503 This is the holy grail of all the German WW1 PLM winners sanke cards and it is seldom found on collector websites nowadays, and usually fetches around USD$150. In excellent condition.
RITTMEISTER MANFRED FRHR. VON RICHTHOFEN - SANKE CARD 532 The famed Red Baron, Rittmeister Manfred Frhr. von Richthofen, leading German WW1 ace with 80 confirmed victories. This sanke card is probably the next most sort-after of the Baron, following sanke number 503. In excellent condition.
SANKE CARD 340 MAX IMMELMANN
SANKE CARD 647 LT. ROTH A rare card and hard to find
THE ARMED FORCES OF WORLD WAR 2 A nice comprehensive book on all the armed forces and their uniform and rank structures in WW2. Good condition.
WW1 17th/21th LANCERS CAP BADGE
WW1 1st CANTERBURY REGIMENT CAP & COLLAR BADGES - MATCHING Nice matching bi-metal cap badge by J. R Gaunt, and collar badges which are non-marked.
WW1 1st CANTERBURY REGIMENT RIGHT-HAND COLLAR BADGE
WW1 BAVARIAN OFFICERS AVIATORS LITEWKA TUNIC & TROUSERS - NAMED WW1 Bavarian officers very early war aviation Litewka tunic and trousers (not to be confused with the 'Kleiner Rock', which were introduced in late 1915). Both the Litewkas and Kleiner Rocks were very popular with pilots because they were a more comfortable uniform to wear. Made with the distinct Litewka soft doeskin silvery grey wool material and with the straight lower pockets. Two rows of silver (Bavarian) buttons, and matching collar patches and slip-on type shoulder boards and all corresponding in colour for the 8th Bavarian Field Artillery Regiment. Matching gilded winged propellers on each shoulder board and with vertical loops for one award on the left hand side (presumably for a Bavarian pilots or observers badge) and a smaller set of vertical loops on the right hand side (possibly for an Austro-Hungarian pilots badge or Gallipoli Star). And with a nice pair of dark navy coloured straight-leg trousers of similar soft doeskin wool material with WW1 period matching metal buttons marked 'solide neuheit'. Named to a Lt 'Rothe' or "Bothe' (as it is hard to tell the first letter being hand-written in italics). Initial research has found a PLM winner, Fritz Ritter von Roth, who did serve in the 8th Bavarian Atty Regiment, before joining the the Air Service in late 1917, and he was famous for being known as the "Balloon Buster". Although his spelling differs, with the 'e' at the end, Roth(e) was spelt both ways, and it is a well known Southern German surname with both spellings being used.
WW1 CAMERON HIGHLANDERS CAP BADGE
WW1 DUKE OF CORNWELLS LIGHT INFANTRY CAP BADGE
WW1 EAST SURRY REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 GERMAN BAVARIAN OFFICERS AVIATORS TUNIC & TROUSERS A superb Bavarian officers 1910 pattern tunic and matching trousers for a lieutenant in the German Army Air Service. Tailored fine gaberdine grey material with Swedish cuffs, silver buttons and double matt silver litzen to the collar on patches of black velvet with poppy-red edging. Correct Bavarian threaded matching shoulder boards, each with propellers, however, one propeller is missing a wing and the other is broken-off but still intact. Does have areas of light mothing and then especially to the lower right-hand front bottom skirt. On the left-side there are 3 Loops for a ribbon bar and then 6 loops to house 3 awards with rubbing evidence to the fabric to show that they have been used. Matching trousers with leather shoe fasteners at the bottom. The tailors name is visible on the trouser buttons as well as to the top rear on the pants, being 'Isidor Bach Munich' who was then a well known premium out-fitter and tailor of WW1 officers uniforms. This aviators uniform was found in a house clearance in Denmark about 10 years ago. (Badges in some of the photo's not included).
WW1 GERMAN IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS A nice convex type early quality EK1 with no makers mark. Excellent silver and 99% of the black gloss paint is intact and with a good secure working pin.
WW1 HIGHLAND LIGHT INFANTRY CAP BADGE
WW1 IMPERIAL GERMAN FLAG WITH PHOTOGRAPH A large size Imperial German State flag with an original period photograph showing it being captured by the men of an engineer regiment at the Hotel de Ville, Douai, France on September 16 1918. The flag has been carefully cut from the pole shown in the photo, and is otherwise it is in very good worn condition after over 100 years and has lots of character.
WW1 KINGS OWN ROYAL LANCASTER REGIMENT
WW1 LEINSTER REGIMENT BADGE
WW1 LIGHT INFANTRY CAP BADGE & BUCKS LIGHT INFANTRY COLLAR BADGE
WW1 MOTOR TRANSPORT CORPS COLLAR BADGE
WW1 NORTHERN CYCLIST BATTALION CAP BADGE
WW1 PRUSSIAN FLAG 2.5M X 1.5M This huge Prussian battle flag is of fine printed composition on traditional flag cloth. The flag bearing the design of Iron Cross to the corner, and the Imperial eagle to the centre. The flag with its heavy duty stitched reinforcing section at one end. To the upper staff area, the flag attachment. The main rope to the lower section. The flag with the stamped ink 'Kaiserliche Kriegsflg 1,5 x 2,5’ marking to the reinforcement. The flag showing some general wear and use overall. Some holes to the field (the holes ranging from 1cm approx to the largest approximately 3cm). The printed colours remaining fresh & vibrant. An inked name is visible to the base of the central roundel. Possibly inked by the person taking the flag as a souvenir. This came from a large naval collection and haven’t been on the market for over fifty years. The size of this flag is of the type carried on Capital shipping i.e. major battleships, or U-boats. Particularly rare to the market. The design of the flag is of the 1903 – 1919 pattern, and typical of those carried during the First World War.
WW1 ROYAL EAST KENT REGIMENT (THE BUFFS) CAP BADGE
WW1 ROYAL FIELD ARTILLERY COLLAR BADGE
WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS PILOTS WINGS A fantastic classic padded embroidered set of issued pilots wings that are in very good condition and they have been worn and very carefully removed from a uniform. WW1 RFC pilots wings were never a type or model as such i.e early vs. late war, but rather they were made throughout the war by different manufacturers, so hence the different variants that you will see in the old photo's. These pilots wings are of the most classic shape and a fully padded style.
WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS PILOTS WINGS A fantastic set of used Royal Flying Corps pilots wings that have been removed from a tunic. A beautiful set of slightly padded wings that have been been nicely trimmed by the wearer and must have seen some action over the Western Front, with a real 'been there' look to them and ideal for the collector who likes the well worn genuine article. Abrasions to the two outer feathers, which seems common with worn and used wings, as they are very fine and a delicate item.
WW1 ROYAL FLYING CORPS PILOTS WINGS A pristine flat embroidered set of issued RFC pilots wings that are in very good condition and with only slight abrasions to lower outer bottom feathers. The classic set RFC shape wings and a flat style and ideal for a collector who prefers a museum quality display type example.
WW1 ROYAL FUSILIERS REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 ROYAL SCOTS CAP BADGE
WW1 ROYAL WELSH FUSILIERS REGIMENT
WW1 ROYAL WEST KENT REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 SCOTS GUARDS CAP BADGE
WW1 SOUTH WEST BORDERS CAP BADGE
WW1 TERRITORIAL ROYAL ENGINEERS HAMPSHIRE COLLAR BADGE
WW1 THE GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 THE RIFLE BRIGADE CAP BADGE
WW1 THE SUFFOLK REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 THE WILRSHIRE REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW1 WELCH REGIMENT CAP BADGE
WW2 BRITISH AFRICA STAR & EIGHT ARMY CLASP - NAMED A nice named star and original 8th Army clasp (not post war added) to Pte W. Fraser. Looks to have been cut from a medal bar.
WW2 ITALIAN FASCIST RSI GLADIUS COLLAR BADGE
WW2 NZ 2ND EXPEDITIONARY FORCE CAP BADGE
WW2 NZ OFFICERS SAM BROWN BELT - NAMED A nice WW2 officers Sam Brown belt to a NZ Captain who served in N. Africa and Italy. Came directly from the family with some history and copies of photo's which will be passed onto the buyer. Missing the dome at the front which fastens the strap once through the buckle, but still works fine and looks good. Possibly a re-issued WW1 sam brown for a WW2 officer as it has the characteristics of an earlier WW1 type.
WW2 NZ OFFICERS SAM BROWN BELT - WITH HISTORY A nice and fully complete Sam Brown belt that has come directly from the family of a NZ officer who served in Greece and N. Africa. A brief history and some digital photo's of the officer are available to the buyer and also his service number.
WW2 NZ ONWARD MATCHING COLLAR BADGES
WWI WEBLEY MARK 6 HARD-SHALL LEATHER HOLSTER - STAMPED, DATED & NAMED A beautiful condition 'Hobson & Sons' of London, 1916 dated Webley Mark 6 holster. A rich deep mahogany-brown colour and solid hard-shell leather and in overall excellent condition. There is what looks to be small patches of some type of scuffing to the forward edge, which could be removed, otherwise it is absolute pristine condition. The correct military arrow stamp of '174' and an ink written name inside the inner flap which looks like ' CCC Howe'. A top quality holster for a Sam Brown belt by a known and established London outfitter for WW1 officers.