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6x30 Binoculars & Case A good set of WW1 British 6x30 binoculars manufactured by "W.Watson & Son, London, Highgate". This example has good optics. The leather case is French made "AFSA, Paris", however it is stamped on the front with the British War Department arrow. It is missing it's carrying strap and lid fastener.
Canister Carrying Straps A pair of un-issued food/water canister carrying straps.
Cigarette Photo Card Album This is a period cigarette photo card ablum called \" Der Zweite Weltkrieg Im Bild \", (The Second World War In Photos).. This is volume one and starts from the Polish campaign to Stalingrad.
Compress Bandage This is a period compress bandage,which would have been part of the contents of a Luftschutz First Aid Box. It could also been part of the contents of a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ).
Dust Goggles A good example of issue dust goggles in a rare rubberised pouch which has the maker mark \" bwz \" and dated 1945.
Hunters Commorative Medal This is a enamelled 50 year commorative medal of the German Hunters association of East Prussia. The reverse of the medal is maker marked \"H.WERNSTEIN, JENA\"
Infantry Leutnant Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Infantry Leutnant shoulder straps, belonging to the 82nd Infantry Regiment.
Nat.Soz.Frauenschaft Cased Badge This is a large enamelled badge belong to the Nat.Soz Frauenschaft ( National Socialist Woman's Organization ) which is still in it's original felt lined case. The Nat.Soz Frauenschaft badge was introduced in the mid-1920's. This example is in excellant condition measures 4cm x 4.5cm, The reverse is maker and "RZM" marked. The maker's code is 63 ( Franz Klast & Sohne.
Pre- 1939 Twin Miniature Medal Grouping ( MBE ) This is a twin medal grouping consisting of the Member of the Order of the British Empire and the 1937 coronation medal. Unfortunately there is no documentation to whom the medals belonged.
Rifle Marksman Lanyard This is a nice example of the 2nd pattern rifle marksman lanyard.
Rucksack This is a rucksack with webbing fittings and dated 1943. The racksack is in excellant condition.
Wehrmacht Issue Cardboard Sch-Ko-Kola Packet This is an extremely rare Wehrmacht issue cardboard chocolate packet. The chocolate in the packet is not period, it has been added for effect and is included in the sale.
08 Pattern Small Pack This is a third variation of the 08 pattern small pack, which has had a minor field repair, it is maker marked "MECo" and what looks to be 1918 date.
08 Pattern Small Pack This is the second pattern of the small pack, which has a War Department acceptance date 1918 and the makers stamp with a production dated 1917. The bottom of the small pack has two holes on each corner, otherwise it is in good condition.
08 Pattern Small Pack A good example of a 08 pattern small back which has a maker's stamp with a 1917 date. It is also stamped with a War Department acceptance arrow which dated 1918.
08 Pattern Supplementary Small Pack This 08 pattern supplementary small pack was worn by Cavalry and Artillery and other mounted troops. This example has had two minor field repairs, otherwise it is in good condition.
08 Pattern Supplementary Small Pack This is a 08 pattern supplementary small pack which was worn by cavalry and artillery troops. The pack is in fair condition.
08 Pattern Water Bottle Harness This is a late-war 08 pattern water bottle harness in good condition with a working press-stud.
08 Pattern Webbing Set A set of blancoed 08 webbing, consisting of cross-straps, ammunition pouches and belt. The belt is dated 1919, and maker marked "MECo" The cross-straps and pouches don't have any clear markings. The pouches are slightly damaged in the form of a few missing studs and slight fraying to the edges of some of the flaps.
08 Webbing Belt This is a 1916 dated 08 webbing belt in very good condition. The belt is maker marked "MECo". The belt has a buckle stitched to it's side which was a common practice by British troops to allow addition field gear to be attached.The belt is 39.5" long.
08 Webbing Belt A good example of a 08 webbing belt and 38.5" long
08 Webbing Belt A 08 pattern webbing belt in good condition and 44" long.
10 x 50 Binoculars A fair example of 10 x 50 binculars which are marked \"DIENSTGLASS 10 x 50, 388527\" and made by E.LEITZ, WETZLAR. The optics are crystal clear. However the plastic covering broke away in a number of places.
100 Anniversary Kassel Badge This is anniversary badge which was produced in 1939 to celebrate the 100th anniversary of small German town of Kassel. The badge is maker marked "FERD.WAGNER. PFORZHEIM'
10x50 Binoculars A Eleitz Wetzlar manufactured 10x50 binoculars, which have the military maker's code for Eleitz Wetzlar "beh". The binoculars are also marked"Dienstglas". The binoculars do have the neck strap,however it has torn at one end. The optics are a little cloudy.
18th Royal Hussars Cap Badge 18th Royal Hussars, also known as Queen Mary\'s Own Regiment cap badge.
1914 Star & WW1 Victory Medal A pair of medals consisting of the 1914 star and the victory medal. Both medals are named to DM2-075029 Private H.J.Frost A.S.C. ( Army Service Corps ).
1930/40\'s Junghans Watch A nice example of a Junghans 1930/40\'s period watch with black face. One peice of the wrist strap has come away. However the this can be easily repaired and the watch itself is in good condition. The watch does still work, however it would benefit with a good service. The back of the watch The Junghans star with a little \" J \" in the middle and is marked \" Baden. Fdelstahl \".
1930\'s Hunting Knife This is 1930's hunting knife, which i suspect is actually U.S. possibly produced by Remington. This style of knife was very popular amongst boy scouts during the 1930's to the 1960's. This example comes with a English made leather scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only
1937 Pattern Large Pack Auxiliary Straps A set of blancoed 1937 pattern large pack auxiliary which are maker marked and dated 1942.
1937 Pattern Stretcher Bearer Straps A set of unissued 1937 pattern stretcher bearer straps, which are maker marked "MECo" and dated 1944.
1937 Pattern Stretcher Bearer Straps A set of unissued 1937 pattern stretcher bearer straps which are maker marked "M&S" and dated 1940.
1937 Pattern Stretcher Bearer Straps A set of unissued 1937 pattern stretcher bearer straps, which are maker marked "M&S" and dated 1940.
1937 Pattern Stretcher Bearer Straps A un-issued set of 1937 pattern stretcher bearer straps, which are maker marked "M&S" and dated 1944.
1937 Pattern Stretcher Bearer Straps A set of un-issued 1937 pattern stretcher bearer straps, which are maker marked "MECo" and dated 1940.
1939 to 1945 Defence Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 defence medal.
1939 to 1945 Defence Medal This is a un-named 1939 to 1945 defence medal.
1939 to 1945 Star This is a 1939 to 1945 star. The medal is not named.
1940 Pattern BD Blouse This is a 1946 dated example produced by Black & Co ( Clothiers ) Ltd, Glasgow. The blouse also has a faint ink stamp which reads " 22 Feb 1945 ".The size of the BD is size 12 ( 5' 9" to 5' 10" ). There is some minor damage to the right elbow, otherwise the BD is in excellant condition.
1940 Pattern BD Blouse This an excellant example of the 1940 pattern Battle Dress blouse. However the internal pocket with makers details has been cut away. However this does not spoil the overall look of the blouse. The blouse also has white triangle patches on each sleeve and the outline of the regimental shoulder titles are still visible.
1940 Pattern Bevo Breast Eagle An unissued 1940 pattern bevo breast eagle
1991 Kuwait Liberation Medal This is Kuwait Liberation Medal awarded to allied troops which took part in the liberation of Kuwait in 1991. The medal comes in it\'s original plastic case and contains the medal ribbon bar.
1st Armoured Divison Badge This is a the sleeve badge worn by the 1st Armoured Division.
1st Class War Merit Cross This is a very nice example of a 1st Class War Merit Cross, which was created on 18th October 1939 to commemorate the Battle of Leipzig and was awarded for recognition for merit. This example has the has the number \"113\" on the back of the pin, which identifies the maker as \"Hermann Aurich fo Dresden.
1st Class War Merit Cross Without Swords This is a nice example of 1st Class war merit cross without swords in its original issue packet. The award was created on 18th October 1939 to commermorate the victory battle of leipzig. Hitler established the award to in recognition of during WW2 war. The medal was awarded for meritorious service without being directly under enemy fire. This example has the maker's code "65" ( Klein & Quenzer). The issue packet was made by "Gunnar Stephan".
1st Marine Division Badge This s a 1st Marine Division badge
230th Assault Helicopter Company Badge Ths is a unit badge belonging to the 230th Assault Helicopter Company, Hornets.
25th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 25th Infantry division which was formed in October 1941 and saw action in the Pacific.
25th Infantry Division Badge This is the badge worn by members of the 25th Infantry Division which was formed in October 1941 and saw action in the Pacific.
2nd Service Command Badge This is the badge worn by the 2nd Service Command, which was formed in March 1942 and became part of the Post-War Army.
30mm Shell Case Trench Art Pen/Pencil Holder A British 30mm shell case which has been turned into a pen/pencil holder.
30mm Shell CaseTrench Art Pen/Pencil Holder This is a British 30mm shell case which has been turned into a pen/pencil holder
37 Pattern Map Case This is a 37 pattern map case containing a touring map of Italy and 8 British HB pencils.. The maps case is dated 1945.
37 Pattern Ammunition Pouches This is un-issued example of MKIII 37 pattern ammunition pouches dated 1953.
37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A set of 37 pattern auxiliary straps which are dated 1940 and 1944 respectively.
37 Pattern Gaiters A pair black blacoed gaiters, indicating Home Guard issue. The gaiters are 1944 production examples as they have leather straps.
37 Pattern MKIII Ammunition Pouches A pair of post-war made MKIII ammunition pouches, which are un-issued and in mint condition. The pouches are dated 1953 and 1955 respectively.
37 Pattern RAF Belt This is a extremely large size 37 pattern belt which is actually dated 1972 and is stamped \"LARGE\".
37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps This is in fact a post-war dated 37 pattern small pack which has 1955 date with 1953 dated L-strapes. However it is identical to WW2 issue. One of the securing straps has frayed.
37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps This is in fact a post-war made 37 pattern small pack and L-straps, which is dated 1953. The small pack is identical to WW2 issue and is maker with a wartime maker\'s name \"BAGCRAFT\".
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern webbing brace attachments.
37 pattern Webbing Belt This is issued 37 pattern webbing belt with late-war steel fittings. The belt is size stamped normal, however there is no clear date stamp. The belt can be adjusted to approximately 40 inches long.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of webbing attachments for 37 pattern Webbing.
37 Pattern Webbing Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern webbing brace attachments.
3rd King\'s Hussars Cap Badge 3rd King\'s Hussars cap Badge.
3rd Ranger Battalion Shoulder Title This is a good example of a Vietnam era produced Shoulder title for the 3rd Ranger Battalion. The 3rd Ranger battalion was formed in October 1943. It saw service in the Vietnam War between 1969 to 1971.
40 Year Faithful Service Medal A fine example of the 40 year faithful service medal, on the reverse side the inscription reads \" FUR TREUE DIENSTE \" ( FOR LOYAL SERVICE )
42nd Infantry Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 42nd Infantry Division, which saw service in France, Germany and Austria.
44 Pattern Aluminium Equipment Carrier This is a rare aluminium equipment carrier designed as part the 44 pattern webbing. The carrier still retains most of its original green paint and all of its straps which are dated 1945
4th Service Command Badge This is the badge worn by the members of the 4th Service command, which was formed in 20th October 1920 and disbanded on 30/07/1945.
4th Service Command Divisional Patch This is the divisional patch worn by the 4th Service Command which consisted of support units of the Corps of Engineers, Signal Corps, Ordnance Corps, quartermaster and Medical corps.
5 Quarter Collapsible Canteen This is a post-Vietnam War produced un-issued 5 quarter collapsible canteen which is identical to the Vietnam era made examples except for the contract code. It can be used as a flotation bladder to support soldier while crossing deep streams or rivers.
50cal bakerlite Rear Handles A pair of bakerlite rear handles for the U.S. 50cal Browning heavy machine gun.
5th Army Group Badge This is the badge worn by the 5th Army group who where formed in 1943 and saw action in Italy.
5th Regimental Combat Team This is the badge worn by members of the U.S. Army 5th Regimental combat team.
6th Armoured Division Patches A set of 6th armoured division patches. They are not a matching set but very similar in size and construction.
6th army Division Sleeve Badge This is the Division sleeve badge belonging to the 6th Army.
6th Army Group Badge This is a the badge worn by the 6th Army Group, who where formed in early 1945 and saw action in the Pacific.
6x30 Binoculars & 37 Pattern Carrying Case A good pair of un-marked 6x30 binoculars in a 1941 dated 37 pattern carrying case, which is maker marked \"M.E.C\".
6x30 No2 MK3 Binoculars & Case A good set of Kershaw manufactured 6x30 No2 MK3 binoculars which ared dated 1945. This example are stamped with the War Department arrow. The optics are good however the graticules are not visible. The 37 pattern binocular case is dated 1942, un-blancoed and was produced by \"FINNGANS\".
7,000 Kilometers in a Sturmgeshutz The wartime diaries and photo album of Knight's cross recipient Heinrich Engel. The book was published in 2001 by J.J.Fedorowicz Publishing Inc.
75th Ranger's Beret Badge This is a beret badge worn by members of the 75th Rangers.
75th Ranger's Beret Badge This is the beret badge worn by members of the 75th Rangers.
7th Infantry Division Badge This is the badge worn by the 7th Infantry Division which was formed in 1918 and saw acton in the Pacific.
82nd Airborne Divisional Patch This is an excellant example of the unit patch worn by the 82nd Airborne division.
9th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional badge worn by members of the 9th Infantry division.
Absorbent Cotton This is a small packet of "Verbandwatte" ( absorbent cotton ) for medical use.
Adminstration Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of Army adminstration officers ( Wehrmachtbeamte ) stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of Oberintendanturrat ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
African Overseas Service Medal 1939-1945 A African overseas service medal of the 1939 to 1945 war. The medal was awared to \"54989 J.D.FERNANDES\".
Air Raid Wardens Badge This is a enamlled badge worn by volunteer air raid wardens. This example is marked "GES.GESCH" The reverse is also marked with a unknown makers logo.
Aircraft Of The Aces Legends of the Skies This book gives a illustrated history of the heroic exploits of the elite pilots of both World Wars, Korea and the Arab-Israeli Wars, featuring first-hand accounts, expert analyses, archival photography and full-colour artworks.
AK47, 7.62mm Inert Rounds Ten inert rounds 7.62mm rounds for the AK47 assault rifle. U.K.Sales Only
ALICE Medic's Pouch & Plastic Medical Container This is a ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ). medic's pouch which is post-Vietnam war dated 2001, which comes with the medic's plastic container, which is empty. It is also post-Vietnam War dated 2001. However the pouch and plastic container is identical to the pattern used in the last year of the war.
Allegemeine-SS Schirmmutze ( Peaked Cap ) This is a good example of an Other Ranks Allegemeine -SS peaked cap. The visor has a slight crack on its right side. The cap has a number of markings under the sweatband one of which is a date which looks to be 1937. ( In Red ). The celluloid traingle is intact. The cap has not suffered with moth damage, however the metal fittings on the chinstrap has rusted and the leather has dried.
Ammunition Tin This is a 250 round ammunition tin, which was mainly used for the Maxim M1910 Heavy Machine Gun.
Apocalypse Now Film Poster This is an original film poster for Apocalypse Now.
Apocalypse Now Film Poster This is an original film poster for Apocalypse Now.
ARBEITS DANK Enamelled Badge This is nice example of a state labourer's enamelled badge with the inscription "ARBEITS DANK". ( Workers Thank you ). The back of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH".
Arbetisbuch This is an Deutiches Reich Artbeitsbuch for Galingen and dated 30/04/1940.
Argentine Model 1891 Mauser Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Argentine Model 1891 and was made in Germany as a Argentinian contract for 180,000 rifles. The is very similar to the Turkish model 1890 rifle, also produced in Germany. This example is in good condition, with a faint Argentine National crest on the top of the receiver. The rifle was manufactured by "Deutsche Waffen-und Munitionsfabriken, Berlin". Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK Specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Cap Badge Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders cap badge.
Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Cap Badge Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders cap badge.
Armed Forces Arm Band This arm band was worn by German and non-German volunteers working for and under the jurisdiction of the German Armed Forces.
Armed Forces Expeditionary Service Medal This is the U.S. Armed Forces Expeditionary Service medal awarded to all U.S. military personal.
Armor Sonderpanzer This is a 1968 publication by Aero Publishers Inc, about German Special Purpose Vehicles. The book contains photographs and illustrations of some very rare vehicles used by the Wehrmacht during WW2.
Armoured Crew M3A1 Gas Mask & Pouch This is a un-issued M3 gas mask which still retains it's cardboard insert. The M3A1 gas mask was initially developed for armoured troops which allowed speech transmission ( Radio Telephone ). The M3 was also issued to officers, however it was declared limited standard issue by June 1943. This example is dated 1942.
Armoured Vehicle First Aid Box & Contents This is a large first aid box for armoured vehicles with contents consisting of the following. Large carlisle dressing, 5 compress bandages, antiseptic applicators, tannic acid burn jelly, triangular bandage, adhesive bandage, antiseptic swabs, eye dressings ammonia inhalants. plus more.
Army Rucksack This is an army rucksack with webbing fittings and leather carrying straps. The rucksack is in excellant condition which i suspect has never been issued.
Army 2nd Pattern Tropical Field Cap This is a excellent example of the 2nd pattern tropical field cap as worn by members of the Deutsches Afriika Korps. The cap is "RB" numbered, size stamped 58, and dated 1943.
Army Administration Officers Shoulder Straps This is a army adminstration officers shoulders straps which have a emerald green underlay with the branch of service piping red for artillery. The rank is that of an Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Army Administration Officials Shoulder Boards A pair of stitched in-type army administration officials shoulerboards ( Militarverwaltungsbeamte ). The shoulder boards have green backing for administration and the branch of service piping to whom the official would have been attached. In this example white for Infantry. The rank of the shoulder boards are that of a Kriegsverwaltunsinspektor, the army equivalent rank is that of a Leutnant.
Army Administrator's Uniform A very mint example of an Army administrator's ( Wehrmachtbeamten ) uniform consisting of tunic and breeches.The tunic is in the cut of a Reichwehr tunic with green waffenfarbe ( branch of service colour ) piped down the front and round the french cuffs. The tunic is a private purchase item with the tailors paper label inside the internal chest pocket. The tailors name is Reinecke & Sohn, Flensburg. The name of the original owner is also on the label Herr Fwardriske and dated 1/12/1938. ( i may have spelt the the original owner's name wrong ). The shoulderboards are piped twice, green underlay for the Wehrmachtbeamten branch colour and white for attached to Infantry units, with the distintive HV device with the rank of Oberleutnant. The tunic also has two sets of stitched loops for various awards. The breeches are also in mint condition. There are no markings on the breeches.
Army Air Corps Cap Badge A nice example of a Army Air Corps cap badge
Army Airforce Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where produced in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A un-issued set of Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with their instruction manual, plastic case containing the ear defenders. This model was made in Pittsburgh and patented in Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Ear Defenders A set of un-issued Army Airforce ear defenders, which come with the original instruction manual and plastic case. The ear defenders where made in Pittsburgh and patented Canada 1941.
Army Airforce Gunner's Wings These are Sterling silver gunners wings which are in good condition except for the pin which has come away from the wings. The back is marked "GEMSCO STERLING".
Army Artillery Officers Shoulder Boards A nice pair of stitched in type shoulder boards of a Artillery major.
Army Bevo M43 Cap Insignia A army bevo M43 cap insignia.
Army Bevo M43 Cap Insignia This is a army bevo M43 cap insignia.
Army Camouflage Panzer Jacket This is a herringbone twill tan and water camouflage pattern jacket which was worn by panzer and assault artillery crews. I believe the jacket was actually produced after 1945, however it is made from originally material including the buttons.
Army Catering Corps This is the cap badge worn by the Army Catering Corps.
Army Close Combat Bar in Bronze An F.L.L. manufactured Army Close Combat Bar in Bronze,
Army Denim Fatigue Tunic This is a mint example of army denim fatigue tunic which is dated 1942 ( M42 ). It has the usual size markings and is also stamped \" Gebr.G.H.,which is the manufacturer\'s mark. The tunic has all its five paper fibre buttons for the Kragenbinde ( neck liner ).
Army Denim M43 Tunic A very well worn example of an army denim cut in the style of a M43 tunic. The shoulder boards are piped red for Artilley. The internal belt hook straps have been cut away and the lining is blue/grey cotton.
Army Engineers/Pioneers M34 Side Cap This is extremely nice example of a Army M34 side cap with the branch of service piping black for Engineers and Pioneers. The cap is maker marked "Clements Wagner, DRP 12, Brunschwig, Hamburg" It is also size stamped 58.
Army Forestry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Army forestry officers shoulder straps with the rank of Oberstforstmeister.
Army Generals Belt This is a patent leather General\'s belt with gold buckle which is \"D.R.G.M\".
Army Good Conduct Ribbon Bar with Clasp This is the army version of the Good Conduct Medal, which was awarded for three consecutive years of honourable and faithful service. After three years a clasp with a barb was awarded. This example has a clasp with three barbs which means the soldier had served six years honourable and faithful service. This example dates from Vietnam era and is marked on the back "EI GI".
Army Helmsman Badge This is a very nice example of a qualified army helmsman for engineer assault boats ( Steuermann ).
Army Late-War Racksack This is a good example of a late-war made racksack consisting for webbing and leather fittings. All the leather fittings are intact and the racksack has no rips or tares.
Army Light Weight Tan & Water Smock This is an example of the Army light weight Tan & Water smock. The general condition of the smock is good, however the draw string around the waist is missing and a small number of field repairs. The smock has a faint RB number on the white side of the right pocket flap. These smocks were not just issued to snipers as is the common belief. In fact the were issued to various army units, especially Gross Deutschland as addition camouflage requirement. ( If available )
Army M34 Side cap A army M34 side cap which is in good condition except for what appears to be a slight paint stain on the left side of the cap. The cap is approximately a size 57 to 58.
Army M36 Great Coat This is an enlisted man's M36 great coat, which has been modified for officer use with the additional of a slash pocket to allow a sword or dagger to be worn. This example is in very nice condition with nice clear size and makers markings and dated 1940. ( B40 ).
Army M36 Shoulder Straps A pair of army M36 shoulder straps which are piped white for infantry.
Army M36 Tunic This is an extremely nice example of a army M36 tunic, which has the branch of service piping red for artillery. The tunic has no moth damage and in my opinion is a mint example. I believe it would be hard pressed to find a better example. However the breast eagle has been re-applied with original cotton. It was extremely common after 1945 for many German soldiers to remove the eagles form their uniforms, as there was a very limited source of civilian clothing within Germany immediately after the war. This example has nice clear markings on the lining and is dated K39 ( Krefeldt 1939 ). The tunic also has one award loop.
Army M40 Greatcoat This is an excellant example of an army M40 greatcoat. The coat has the usual size stampings and a faint maker's stamp.
Army M41 Tunic This is a tailored Army M41 tunic, which has red piped epaulettes for Artillery and the rank of "Feldwebel' " ( Colour-Sergeant ). It was common practice for senior NCO's and officers to tailor their issue tunics, by reducing the length and taking the ballooning out of the skirt pockets as is the case with this example. The tunic has a nice fresh colour with a artificial gold silk lining. The left breast above the pocket flap has a single medal ribbon award loop there is a slight field repair to the back of the tunic around the belt area, which can not been seen when a belt is worn.
Army M43 Cap Insignia This is a uncut army M43 bevo cap insignia.
Army M44 Tunic This is a good example of a M44 tunic, which has had the insignia reapplied, with original cotton. The left sleeve does have the outline of a cuff-title and what appears to be a SS sleeve eagle and a rank chevron. The tunic has no moth damage, but has faded in colour however the size markings, RB number and year M44 ( Munich 1944 ) is clearly visible. It also has the correct late war shoulder boards piped yellow for \"Signals\"
Army Medical Officers Shoulder Boards A nice pair of sewn in type army medical officers shoulder boards which are the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The medical cyphers are gold guilted.
Army Medical Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of army medical officers stitched in type shoulder boards which are piped dark blue and has gold guilted medical cyphers on each of the shoulder boards. The rank is that of a Leutnant.
Army Mid-War Great Coat This is a mid-war Wehrmacht issue enlisted man's great coat, with the large collar. The coat has been modified with the addition of a Wehrmacht blanket sewn underneath the silk lining, which has size markings still visible. The coat has also had a stitch repair to the right sleeve.
Army Mountain Troops M34 Side Cap This is a good example of a army M34 side cap with the branch of service piping grass green for mountain troops ( Gebirgsjager ). The cap has a faint maker's mark and is dated 1940.
Army NCO's Breast Eagle This is an un-issued army senior NCO's or parade quality breast eagle.
Army Oberschutze Sleeve Badge This is an army Oberschutze ( Private First Class ) sleeve badge.
Army Officers Collar Tabs A set of army officer's collar tabs, which have the branch of service colour yellow for "Signals".
Army Officers Parade Collar Patches This is a nice pair of army officers parade collar patches which have been removed from the Waffenrock ( Parade Tunci ). The collar patches would have been worn by officers with the rank from Lieutenant to Colonel. This example are piped golden yellow for Cavalry.
Army Officers Private Purchase M36 Great Coat This is a very nice example of a army officer's private purchase M36 great coat with the rank of Leutnant and the branch of service piping black for "Engineers/Pioneers". The great coat has not suffered with any moth damage, it retains it's maker's label "Jahnes Modewerkstatten, Neubrandenburg". It also has a internal built in strap and clip for the Officer's dagger or sword and screw-type shoulder board buttons.
Army Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched-in type shoulder boards with the rank of Leutnant ( Lieutenant ). The shoulder straps a piped red for artillery.
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is a one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer beret national insignia. This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer bevo national insignia. This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer beret bevo national insignia. The national insignia still retains it\'s bevo label, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\"
Army Panzer Beret Bevo National Insignia This is a one of a batch of five uncut bevo national insignia, which would have been worn on army panzer beret. Each bevo insignia still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEITS 1896, BEVO\".
Army Panzer Beret National Insignia This is a bevo national insignia worn on the army panzer beret. The insignia has been removed from the beret.
Army Panzer Bevo Breast Eagle This is a army panzer bevo breast eagle.
Army Panzer Bevo Cap Badge This is uncut example of the army panzer cap badge which would have been worn on the black panzer M43 cap. This example still retains its bevo tag.
Army Panzer Bevo National Insignia This is one of a batch of five, uncut army panzer bevo national insignia. This type of national insignia would have been worn on the Panzer beret. This example still retains it\'s Bevo tag, which reads \" SEIT 1896, BEVO\"
Army Panzer Enlisted Man's Soldbuch This is a nicely detailed soldbuch belonging to a army panzer enlisted man Joseph Kusler, personal service number 1512, blood group B. Joseph was born on 4th April 1912 and was enlisted on 19th August 1940 into the "Ers Zug Panzer Trp Abtlg ( Replacement Training Panzer Section ) at Rathenow. The soldbuch has a nice record of the his personal kit issued plus a very interesting issue of special clothing for the panzer arm and the motorised infantry on page 8 of the soldbuch. It also appears that Joseph had transferred into two other units listed on page 4 the final unit was Infantry Replacement Battalion 29 ( Motorised ) on 10th October 1941. He had also been inoculated for smallpox and typhoid listed on page 9. On page 23 it shows that Joseph enjoy leave on two occasions, 11th November 1940 and 20th February 1941. On page 22, it show that Joseph won three awards the first dated 31/12/40, the second 31/1/41 and the final award on 30/4/41. However the handwritten list of awards is illegible. The final date entry is 28th December 1941 on page 20.
Army Panzer M43 Cap Insignia This is a army uncut panzer M43 bevo cap insignia.
Army Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A set of army panzer officers shoulder straps with the rank of major. The shoulders are in a very used condition with one of the securing button holes torn off.
Army Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of army panzer officers shoulders straps with the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ), which are in excellent condition.
Army Panzer Officer\'s M43 Cap A Army Panzer officer\'s M43 cap which is in very good condition externally. However the leather sweatband is missing. The cap has one piece of moth damage located on the underside of the peak. The cap retains it\'s makers paper label behind the leather sweatband which gives the control number 38192, place of manufacture, Hamburg, size 57 and quality, superb.
Army Panzer Standard Bearer\'s Arm Shield This is a rare embroidered version with aluminium gold thread on blue-green wool. This example is in the Waffenfarbe of the Panzer Arm. This item would make a fantastic addition to any badge collection.
Army Parade Tunic ( Waffenrock ) This is a amry junior ranks parade tunic which has the branch of service piped white for Infantry. The shoulder boards have regimental chain stitched numbers 15th Infantry Regiment. The shoulder boards buttons are numbered for the 2nd Company. The tunic has the usual size numbers and is dated B40 ( Berlin 1938 ).
Army Quilted Under Trousers This is a mint un-issued example of cold weather under trousers which was designed to be worn under the fieldgrey service uniform. The trousers are RB numbered.
Army Racksack This is a late-war army issue racksack with webbing fittings. The racksack appears to have been made two shades of canvas material. The retaining hooks appear to have been cut off.The racksack is also RB numbered.
Army Service Forces Badge This is a non-divisional unit badge worn Army service forces, Command Z.
Army Services Badge This is a army services badge which was introduced in 1941.
Army Shoulder Straps A set of army shoulder straps, which have the branch of service piping black for Engineers and Pioneers. The shoulder straps are not a matching pair but are very similar in appearance. They come with unit slip on cyphers "F82" for Fortress 82nd Regiment.
Army Smoke Troops Qualification Badge This is a quite a rare badge of a army Smoke-projector operators badge ( Richtabzeichen fur Nebeltruppen ).
Army Soldbuch & Paperwork This is an extremely interesting set of documents to a army Corporal personal service number 10569, Stefan Schreiner who was also a WW1 veteran and was discharged from military service on 30th December 1942 for being medically unfit. He served from 26th August 1939 to 3rd June 1940 with Grenadier Wacht regiment 76, which was part of the border guard force under fortifications command of the lower Rhine area, later he was transferred to rear-echelons Infantry and transport units based in East Poland and Russia. The set consists of 21 documents including the soldbuch, which lists Stefan's civil occcuption as "Artist" ( Painter ). The most interesting documents amongst the collection are the following "Gesundheitsbuch" ( Medical examination book ), these medical records stay in the Military District office within Germany and where regularly updated. The "Wherstammbuch" "( Counter part to the Wehrpass ), this also stayed with the Military District office and would have been regularly updated. An extract from his war records, when he transferred to another unit on 30th August 1940. Medical confirmation by the doctor of the Military Hospital Suchteln, "It states that he suffers from psychotic behaviour and should be treated firmly by his Commanding Officer and a special leave for recovery should not be granted, dated 22nd July 1940. Another medical confirmation this one dated 1st July 1941 which also states that he suffers with psychotic behaviour, suggesting, that he was never punished by his unit commander, because of his age and the fact that he was a WW1 veteran. He was sent back to his unit, with the remark, "that he is most likely unfit for further military service. There is an extract from the penal book, that he was sentenced to 5 days in jail, for having sex with an unknown woman and refused medical treatment afterwards. Because of his refusal, he contracted gonorrhea. Personal data sheet when transferred to another unit on 31st January 1942. A statement from the M.D. of LDS.Sch.Ers Btl.9, regarding the fact, that he is medically unfit for further military service and he is a burden to his comrades, due to his psychotic behaviour dated 26th November 1942. Another medication confirmation of his symptoms of his illness, where is described as schizophrenic psychotic and highly paranoid. Again it is advised he is to be discharged from Military Service, dated 6th November 1942. There is a medical diagnosis by the M.D. of his unit., stating that he suffers form serious psychotic behaviour dated 7th December 1942. He was finally discharged by order of the Military District Office from military service on 30th December 1942. All these documents normally kept in archives hardly ever come on the market for sale as these are still used for pension claims. One can only speculate if he was a genuine mental case or just trying to get out of military service. What is quite remarkable, the Wehrmacht kept him in military service for 3 years when he had be diagnosed with psychotic behaviour. This is probably the most interesting set of documents one can possibly own.
Army Sports Vest Eagle An Army sports vest eagle, which has been cut straight from the roll.
Army Stretcher Bearer Armband This is printed version of the armband worn by army personnel assigned as stretcher bearers.
Army Summer/Tropical Garrison Cap This army summer/tropical garrison cap.
Army Tan & Water Camouflage Smock This is herringbone twill army tan & water herringbone smock. The smock is reversible too white and was mainly issued to elite army troops such as Gross Deutschland Regiment. The material is original pre-1945. However i believe it was produced after 1945.
Army Trade Badge This is a army trade badge for a Motor Transport NCO. ( Schirmeister ) This example is in Gothic "S", and is yellow embroidery on a bluish-dark green cloth. The Schirmeister was only authorised to be worn by NCO's.
Army Transport Service This is a the cap badge worn by the Army Transport Service ( ATS ). All of which were women. Queen Elizabeth II,was also a member of the ATS. The back of th badge is maker marked "J.R.GAUNT, LONDON".
Army Tropical Shoulder Straps A set of army tropical shoulder straps for the rank of Unteroffizier ( Senior - Corporal ), which would have been on worn the tropical uniform in the North African and Mediterranean theatres.
Army Tropical Side Cap ( Feldgendarmerie ) This is a excellent example of a un-issued army tropical side cap, as worn by members of the Deutsches Afrika Korps. The cap has the branch of service soutache, orange for "Feldgendarmerie" ( Military Police ). The cap retains the maker's stamp "Clemens Wagner, Braunschwieg" and dated January 1943. The cap is size stamped "55".
Artillery Marine Bevo Breast Eagle This is a artillery marine bevo breast eagle.
Artillery Marine Breast Eagle This is an Artillery Marine bevo breast eagle which has been removed from a tunic.
Artillery Marine Cap Eagle This is a artillery marine side cap eagle.
Artillery Marine Sentry Coat This is a Artillery Marine fur lined sentry coat which is in very good condition. The coast has a built-in hood which is attached to the collar. The coat has the Kriegsmarine anchor buttons, however two of these are missing. This example is a very large size coat and will fit someone who is over 6ft.
Artillery Marine Shoulder Straps A set of Artillery Marine shoulder straps, which are not a matching set, however both are in very good condition.
Artillery Marine Side Cap A nice example of a artillery marine side cap. The cap has a silver artifical silk lining. There are no size, date or maker stampings. The cap is a approximately a size 59.
Artillery Officers Shouder Boards A pair of artillery officers stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Artillery Racksack This is a mint example the an army racksack as issued to Artillery personal. The fittings are leather and grey webbing with leather straps stitched to the outside for securing the Zeltbahn ( poucho ) to the racksack.
ARVN Military Police Armband This is a Military Police armband worn by South Vietnamese army. The Army of the Republic of Vietnam, ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
ARVN Soldier's Documents A rare and interesting collection of South Vietnamese Army documents belonging to one individual soldier who's name was "KIM-HIEN" The douments are dated between 1952 to 1959, The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975. Most of the surviving members forced into re-education camps by the communists.
ARVN Special Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese army Special Forces badge, who's mission objects was primary reconnaissance.
ARVN Speical Forces Badge This is a South Vietnamese special forces badge which was part of the Techical Directorate the "DANHOU-TOQUDC, HON-MA-BIENGIOI" translates to Honour the father, the Nation and the border of Ghost".
ARVN X-Framed Racksack This racksack was designed by the US Combat Development Test Centre for issue to members of the Army of the Republic of Vietnam (ARVN). The racksacks where issued between 1964 to 1970. The racksack saw limited use by US troops, especially amongst special forces. This is a X-frame example is in excellant condition.
ARVN X-Framed Racksack This X-framed racksack was developled by the U.S. Combat Developments and Test Center in 1961 for the South Vietnamese army. The racksack went into produced in August 1964 and continued in use to the fall of Saigon. The ARVN racksack was also used by U.S. forces, especially by U.S. special forces until the Tropical issue racksack in 1968/69.
Aserbeidshanian Legion This is a machine-woven example of the Aserbeidshanian Legion. The legion was formed in 1942 and a national shield was in the autumn of that same year.
Aserbeidshanian Legion Sleeve Shield This is a bevo example of the Aserbeidshanian Legion sleeve shield. The legion was formed in 1942.
Asiatic Pacific campaign Medal This is a nice example of a the Asiatic Pacific Campaign medal, which was awarded to all U.S. Military personal who served in the Pacific theatre between 1941 to 1945. The medal was established on 6th December 1942.
Assault Engineer's Pouch This is a assault engineer's left had pouch, which would have contained two 1kg explosive charges. The pouch has a little damage in the form of a hole on the front and one of the flaps torn off the 7.92mm rifle ammunition compartment. The inside of the front flap is "RB" numbered.
Assault Engineers Pack This is a scarce assault engineers pack with webbing fittings. The flap has a special compartment to carry the M31 mess tins with two side flaps to carry two 3 kg explosive charges.
Assault Engineers Satchel This is a rare satchel used by assault engineers and would have been used to carry 3kg explosives charges and various other explosive kit. The satchel could be carried like a breadbag by additional a bread bag strap or carried by hand. This example is in excellent condition and has webbing fittings.
ATS Leather Jerkin This is a Woman's leather jerkin which would which buttons in the opposite side to the man's leather jerkin and has cotton lining instead of wool. The jerkin is in very good condition. However it is missing its contract label.
Australian 37 Pattern Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a mint unissued 37 pattern dual purpose pouch, which can be used to hold the march compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is dated 1944.
Australian 37 Pattern Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a mint unissued Australian 37 pattern dual purpose pouch, which can be used to hold the march compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is dated 1944.
Australian 37 Pattern Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a mint unissued Australian 37 pattern dual purpose pouch, which can be used to hold the march compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is dated 1944.
Australian 37 Pattern Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a mint unissued 37 pattern dual purpose pouch, which can be used to hold the march compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is dated 1944.
Australian 37 Pattern Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a mint unissued 37 pattern dual purpose pouch, which can be used to hold the march compass or revolver ammunition. The pouch is dated 1944.
Australian Army Jumper This is an Australian Army jumper which is identical to the pattern as worn by the British Army. This example is dated 1942, and has some minor moth damage to the back. The jumper is size stamped 34".
Australian MK1 Bren Gun ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a 1941 dated MK1 Bren gun manufactured by Lithgow. This example is in very good condition and comes with a MKII barrel and bipod. It was refurbished in 1954. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the Current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Australian Puttees A set of unissued Australian made puttees which are dated 1943.
Austrian Leather Bayonet Frog This is a pre-1938 Austrian leather bayonet frog. When Austria was annexed into Nazi German the Austrian army with all its field equipment was absorbed into the Wehrmacht. This example has been stamped with SS markings. However i do not believe the markings are genuine.
Austro-Hungarian Steyr-Hahn M1912 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a nice example of a Steyr-Hahan M1912 pistol introduced into the Austro-Hungarian army in 1912. After WW1 the Austrian army continued to use the pistol and when the Austrian army was absorbed into the Wehrmacht in 1938 over a quarter of a million pistols where re-chambered to take the 9mm Parabellum and are easily recognisable with the figures "08" on the left side. Romania and Chile also used the pistol and are marked with their national crests. This example has been refinished, matching numbered and dated 1915. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification.
auxiliary Belt Loop This is an auxiliary belt loop, which allowed troops to carry addition equipment or adjust equipment already being worn.
Auxiliary D-Ring This is auxiliary D-ring which allowed an individual soldier to attached additional equipment to their field gear.
Auxiliary Military Police Armband This is a late war printed verison of an auxiliary military police armband.
Auxiliary Police Armband This a printed version of an auxiliary police armband.
Auxiliary Police Armband This is an example of the armband worn by auxiliary police. The inscription reads \"hilfsgendarmerie\" ( Police Helper ).
AVRN Special Forces Recon Badge This is a extremely rare Sout Vietnamese army, special forces reconnaissane badge. The top of the badge has the words "Truosong Son". Which is a region in Vietnam. The bottom of the badge also has the words "Recon Team".
Balkan Shield This is an extremely rare Balkan shield which was institued in January 1945 and was award to personal who were engaged in holding the Red Army and fighting the partisans in the Balkan region. Approximately 250 shields were awarded, mainly to members of the Prinz Eugen Division. ( see German WW2 Medals by Christopher Ailsby, page 113 ). The shield appears to have been removed from a tunic the reverse has rusted, however it does retain its paper label.
Bandage Packet This is a non-military issue bandage produced by Prof. Dr.Von Bruns.
Bandage Packet This is a non-military issue bandage packet.
Bandage Packet This is a military issue small bandage packet which is dated 1940.
Bandage Packet This is a small miltiary issue bandage packet, which is dated 1940.
Bandage Packet This is a non-military issue bandage packet.
Bandages This is a non-military issue cardboard box which is still sealed and containing small bandages. The bandages where produced by "P.Lachmund, Osnabruck".
Battle Zone Normandy Juno Beach This is a Sutton publishing publication of the Normandy Juno Beach landings with archive and colour photographs, full colour mapping and easy to follow battlefield tours.
Battle Zone Normandy The Battle of Cherburg This is a Sutton Publishing publication of the Battle of Cherburg during the Normandy campaign. This publication has archive and colour photographs, full colour mapping and a easy to follow battlefield tours.
Battle Zone Normandy Utah Beach A Sutton Publishing publication of the Normandy Utah beaching landings, with archive and colour photographs, full colour mapping and an easy to follow battlefield tours.
Bazooka M6 Rocket Pouch This is a good example of a Bazooka pouch for the M6 Rocket. The pouch is maker marked "J.A.SHOE" and dated 1944.
Bicycle Valve Set A plastic box containing to bakerlite containers each holding a number of replacement bicycle valves. The box also contains two spare washers.
Binoculars A Eleitz Wetzlar manufactured binoculars, externally they are in perfect condition. However the optics do have black specks
Black Butter Dish This is a black butter dish, which would have been carried in the M31 bread bag. It was designed to contain cooking fat or butter. However it was commonly used for the storage of tobacco as it was ideal container to keep the tobacco dry. This example has two cracks to the lid.
Black Enamel Water Bottle Set This water bottle set, consists of a rare black enamel water bottle which is dated 1942, an M1942 cup which is dated 1944 and a M1910 water bottle cover which has a faint 1943 date.
Blacket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A very good pair of Blacket lined mittens, which was mainly issued with the sentry coat.
Blanket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A good example of a pair of blanket lined fieldgrey mittens. The right mitten has two little holes one located in the middle of the palm and the other on the thumb. The left mitten has a tear on the thumb.
BLITZKRIEG Armour Camoflage and Markings 1939-40 This is a good reference book , especially for military modellers wwith over 300 illustrations including 61 vehicle paintings and 108 unit insignias used by Germany and the Allies on their vehicles between 1939 to 1940
Blockade Runners Badge This is a very nice example of the war badge for blockade breakers ( Das Abzeichen fur Blockadebrecher ). The reverse of the badge is marker marked \"RICHARD FELIX, GABLENZ. a.d.n.\".
Body Armour This piece of body armour was designed by the body protection commitee of the medical research council in 1941. 5000 sets were tested postively by troops in North Africa and in April 1942 it was approved and put into production. Around 200,000 sets were produced but only 80,000 wre issued. 65,000 went to the RAF and 15,000 went to the army. The majority of which were issued to airborne forces. The armour is made of three pieces of magnanese steel 1mm thickness. The back panel protected the liver, lungs and spinal column. The upper front panel protected the heart, aorta and lungs, while the bottom front panel protected the wearer\'s belly. This example is in fact a Belgium made version which is identical to British examples except for the colour and the revits which are put in from the other side. The Belgium example are becoming rare in their own right and this example is dated 1953. The lower front panel straps have been replaced with British straps.
Body/Foot Powder This is a small carboard container of body/foot powder produced by Dr. Arthur Kopp KG, Leipzig, with the company name "Vasenol-Werke". This container is still sealed and was made for the Waffen-SS, which is identified by the SS packaging stamp.
Bottle Of Medical Spirit An empty bottle of medical spirit which has been stencilled with the following. \" Vollstandig vergallter. Branntwein. Brennspiritus herabgesetzt auf 70%. The bottle is dated and maker marked \" Sauer & Co Leipzig 1941\".
Bottle of Medical Spirit A empty of bottle of medical spirit. The bottle stencilled with the following. \" Vollstandig vergallter. Branntwein. Brennspirtus herabgesetzt, auf 70%\". The bottle is dated and marker marked \"Sauer & Co Leipzig 1941\".
Bottle Opener This is a bottle opener, which would have been a private purchase item. The bottle opener was manufactured by "Joseph Schlitz, Brewing Company" who was based in Milawaukee, Wisconsin.
Boxed Vietnam Service Medal This is a un-issed Vietnam service medal still in it's original box and dated 1969.
Boxed Water Bottle This is a unissued water bottle still in it's original cardboard box, which is "WD" stamped. The water bottle has the 2nd pattern harness and shoulder strap still wrapped in it's grease proof paper. The harness is maker marked "M.W.&S.LTD" and dated 1944. The felt cover has two minor moth nips, and the cork cap has come away from it's string.
Brass Button Board This is a brass button board used to polish brass buttons. This example marker marked "J.R.G & S", dated 1966. However it is exactly the same pattern as used in WW1 and WW2.
Brazilian M1935 Banner Mauser Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a German made M1935 Banner rifle which is marked with the Brazilian crest on receiver and was produced by Duetsche Waffen- und Munitionsfabriken Oberndorf in Berlin as indicated the letter "B" within a circle. The M1935 is very similar to the WW1 G98 rifle except for the tangent leaf rear sight and was produced in the 1930's a fine example of old German arms manufacturing. The M1935 rifle remaining in service with the Brazilian army to the 1950's. Most where sold off and remodelled to sporting use. A very nice additional for the mauser rifle collector. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to current EU/UK specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Brazilian Mauser M1908 Stock This a Brazilian Mauser stock for the M1908 rifle. The stock has the Brazilian National crest with the word \"Restaurado\" which means to \"Restore\" with the date 1939. The stock is in excellent condition. U.K. Sales Only.
Bren Gun Manual This is a Bren gun manual publised by Ian Skennerton books. The manual contains, drawings, descriptions a complete numbered weapons parts list. This manual covers all marks of Bren gun, showing the differences between the marks.
Bren Gun Reference Manual This is a reference manual is part of the Small Arms Profile publication series on the Bren Gun.
Bren Gun Spare Parts Wallet This is a very good example of a Bren gun spare parts wallet maker marked "Finnigans LTD" and dated 1944.
British Military Ordnance Survey Map ( Somme ) This is a 1st edition British military ordnance survey map of the somme valley area with the sheet number 66D . The map is in excellent condition and dated November 1917.
British WW2 Weapon Tool Roll This is British WW2 era weapons tool roll.
British & German Union of Facists Cased Badge This is an extremely rare pre-war manufactured circular badge measuring 27mm diameter, decorated with the swastika and union jack in coloured enamels. The badge is inscribed " Ring Fur Deutsch-Britisch Freundschaft. The badge was to commermorate the union between British and German facists. The reverse of the badge is maker marked "Deschler & Sohn" and contained in its original fitted case with black velvet and silk lining.
British 07 Pattern Bayonet A good example of a 07 pattern bayonet dated March 1917 and maker marked "Wilkinson". The ricasso has the "X" bending mark applied to show the blade has passed proofing. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British 07 Pattern Bayonet This is a 07 pattern bayonet which is dated April 1918 and has the makers name below the date "Sanderson". The right side of the blade has an "X" bending mark applied to show that the blade has passed proofing. It is also marked with Enfield inspection marks. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only
British 07 Pattern Bayonet ( Royal Navy ) This is a 07 pattern bayonet which is dated July 1918 and maker marked "Wilkinson". The right side of the ricasso is marked the the letter "X" to show that the blade has passed proofing. It is also marked with Enfield inspection marks. The pommel is also marked with the letter "N" for Navy issue. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British 08 Pattern Auxiliary Strap This is a unissued 08 pattern auxiliary strap, which is maker marked \"MECo\" and dated 1918.
British 08 Pattern Bayonet Frog This is a 08 pattern bayonet frog still retaining its helve securing strap.
British 08 Pattern Small Pack This is a 08 pattern small pack which has been blancoed and has had a field repair to the front and back.
British 08 Pattern Small Pack This is a the third variation of the 08 pattern small, which is in good good condition. The dark stain is just water to bring out the markings on the inside of the flap which shows the makers markings " H&S.LTD" for Hampton and Sons. The water stain will fade when dry.
British 08 Pattern Supplementary Small Pack 08 pattern supplementary small pack, which would have been issued to cavalry, artillery and other mounted troops. This example is dated 1916 and maker marked and has a broad arrow stamped on the inside of the flap.
British 08 Pattern Supplementary Small Pack 08 pattern supplementary small pack which was worn in conjunction with the standard small pack. This example has had a minor period repair to the top of the flap and still retains its divider.
British 08 Pattern Webbing Belt This is a blancoed British 08 pattern webbing belt with all its brass fittings and 44" long.
British 08 Pattern Webbing Belt This is a 08 pattern webbing belt, which is maker marked MECo and dated 1919. This example measures 44 inches.
British 08 Webbing Set This is a blancoed 08 webbing set consisting of cross-straps a set of MKII ammunition pouches which where introduced in 1914 and a 1916 dated belt which measures 38 inches. The right hand side ammunition pouch has some fraying to the flaps, otherwise both pouches are in good condition.
British 1922 Pattern Service Dress Tunic This is a 1922 pattern service dress tunic, which is very similar to the 1902 pattern. The Tunic has the insignia of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps, on the collar and buttons. The Divisional patch is that worn by members of the Eastern Command ( UK ). The rank chevrons is that of a Lance Corporal and has the trade badge for Mechanic, fitter and Armourer. The Tunic has the original owners personal service number and is "WD" stamped with the year acceptance letter code "U" for 1935. The tunic appears to have had a interesting history it is stamped with number of different Regiments "IOC" ( Innes of Court Regiment ), "GH" (Green Howards ).
British 1922 Pattern Service Dress Tunic This is a 1922 pattern service dress tunic, which is very similar to the 1904 pattern tunic worn by the British army during WW1. The only differences is the colour of the lining and the stitch seam below the collar on both sides of the tunic. This example is in excellent condition size stamped "13" maker marked "John Hammond & Co" and dated 1961. The tunic's buttons have all been replaced with WW1 pattern King's crown general service buttons. Ideal for WW1 living history or display purposes.
British 1937 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a 1937 pattern battledress blouse in good condition, however two of the chest buttons and one of the cuff buttons are missing. The contract maker\'s label is also missing. The BD is approximately a size 10
British 1937 Pattern Battledress Trousers 1937 pattern trousers in used condition with some staining to the front of the legs. However this can be cleaned. The trousers have had the legs taken up and the ankle tabs removed. Some of the buttons have also been replaced. The trousers no loger retain their contract label, however they do retain the \"WD\" stamp with the year letter acceptance code \"O\" for 1942. The trousers are approximately 32\" waist with a 28 inside leg.
British 1937 Pattern Battledress Trousers A pair of 1937 pattern battledress trousers in fair condition, still retaining the belt loops and some minor moth nips and repairs around the knee area and jsut above the map pocket. The securing flaps at the bottom of the trousers have been removed, probably due the bottom of the trousers being taking up. The waist is approximately a 30\' with a inside leg 29.5\'. However if you take them down it will extend the inside leg to 31.5\". The inside of the trousers are WD stamped with the year acceptance letter code \"P\" for 1941.
British 1937 Pattern Officers Battledress Blouse This is a 1937 pattern officers battledress blouse, which has had the collar tailored for officer's use. This example is in good condition and retaining the rank insignia of a crown for a Major and has the branch of service backing colour scarlet for infantry. The BD, retains the tailors contract label with the maker's name "CWS.LTD" and size stamped 9.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers A good example of 1940 pattern battle dress trousers, which are WD stamped and has the year letter code "Z" for 1945. The trousers are a small size 32 inch waist with a 25 inch leg. There are a couple of moth nips, which are not overly noticeable worn worn on a mannequin.
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a 1940 pattern Battledress blouse, which is a size 6, dated 1945. The BD was manufactured by "Antrim MFG Co. Ltd. Belfast" It is also stamped with a issue date March 1946. This example is missing to buttons, however these can easily be replaced and has suffered with some minor moth damage to the left sleeve. The back of the BD has a unit mark in a form of a black triangle, it also retains the traces of the stitching of the unit badges on the sleeves.
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse This 1940 pattern Battledress is a size 9, and dated 1945. It was manfactured by " The West Ackland Clothing Co.Ltd". This example does have on small moth nip to the left breast pocket. Otherwise it is in very good condition. It also marked with the original owner's name " Stanbrook". The BD has a faint War Department execptance stamp with the WD letter acceptance date "Z" for 1945. It also has the out-line of the unit badges, which have been removed.
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Trousers A near mint example of 1940 pattern battledress trousers which are size stamped 7, which is approximately 30\" to 32\" waist with a 29\" inside leg. The trousers does not have it\'s contract label and there are no visible \"WD\" or year acceptance letter code markings. I suspect the trousers where manufactured between 1944 to 1945, where green buttons where more commonly used rather the brown bakelite which was a feature on early produced 1940 pattern uniforms. In 1946 the new1946 pattern battledress was introduced the trousers differed in the form of extra internal buttons for braces and the contract label was stitched on the inside .
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Trousers This is a very good example of British 1940 pattern Battledress trousers, which are approximately a 32" waist. The inside leg is 27", however they have been turned up by 5 inches. The turn ups can be taken down to increase the inside leg length to 32 inches. The trousers do not retain their contract label and belt loops have been added.
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Trousers A good example of 1940 pattern BD trousers, which are "WD" marked and has the year acceptance letter code "Z" for 1945. The trousers are approximately 30 inch waist with a 26 inch inside leg.
British 1940 Pattern Battledress Trousers A nice example of 1940 pattern battledress trousers which are size marked "3", WD stamped and has the letter year acceptance code "L" for 1946.
British 1941 Pattern Great Coat This is a size 6, 1941 pattern British army great coat, which differs from the 1939 pattern by having a inverted pleat in it\'s back and is shorter in length and also has a slightly smaller collar. This example retains the contract label which gives the name of the manufacturer as \"Ephraim Brownstein\" and the date of production 6th November 1943. The coat has a couple of minor moth nips, otherwise it is in excellent condition.
British 1946 Pattern Battledress Trousers 1946 pattern trousers which have the uncommon feature of belt loops, which became standard of 1949 pattern trousers. The trousers are a large size 14 and retains the maker's contract label "James.A.Stewart" and dated 1948. The trousers have had a minor repair to the left upper leg, are WD stamped and has the year acceptance code "R" for 1948.
British 1946 Pattern Battledress Trousers 1946 pattern battledress trousers, which are dated 1946 and was produced by "Ulidia Clothing Co.Ltd, Belfast". The trousers are size stamped 7. The this example has had two minor repairs which are on the right knee and crotch area. The only difference between 40 pattern and 46 pattern BD trosuers are that 46 pattern has a extra set of internal suspender buttons.
British 1951 Pattern Great Coat This is a 1951 pattern great coat which is very similar to the 1940 pattern great coat. The buttons have been replaced with General Service wartime king's crown buttons. The coat retains its contract label, which gives the name of the maker as "H.Lotery & Co.Ltd" and the date of manufacture 1956 and size stamped 8. Ideal for WW2 re-enactment or living history.
British 1959 Pattern Dension Paratrooper Smock This is a very good example of the 1959 pattern British paratrooper smock, which is very similar to the 1st pattern paratrooper smock, with the light camouflage pattern, similar to the first pattern brush-stroke camouflage . Like the first pattern it has elasticated cuffs, however it differs with the full zip and chrome press-studs and the tail does not hang down. The full zip was first adopted during the second World War by airborne officers, which became standard on the 1959 pattern smock. This example is maker marked \"B.M.C. and dated 1966, size stamped 2. Ideal for display or WW2 re-enactment.
British 20mm Drill Round This is a 20mm drill round. U.K. Sales Only.
British 2nd Pattern 08 Water Bottle Carrier This is a 2nd pattern 08 water bottle carrier, which fastens on the top of the water bottle. The carrier has a number of stampings and faint 1919 date.
British 2nd Pattern 08 Water Bottle Carrier This is a good example of the 2nd pattern water bottle carrier which fastens on the top, where the 1st pattern fastens on the side. The dark stain is just water used to bring out any markings and will fade when dry.
British 2nd Pattern 08 Water Bottle Carrier This is a good example of the 2nd pattern 08 water bottle carrier, which differs from the first pattern by the fastener being on the top and not on the side. The dark water stain is used to bring out any markings and will fade when dry.
British 2nd Pattern Dension Paratrooper Smock This is a 2nd pattern Denison smock worn by British paratroopers. This example has been modified by its original owner, by the addition of woollen cuffs and and a re-enforced neck both made from the same material which was taken from army issue socks. It was common practice for paratroopers to modify their smocks. This example has also had two minor field repairs to the front and back and retains its tail, which was quite common to have tail cut-away. The zip is in good working order, however the contract label is missing. The smock also has brass Newey press-studs which is a wartime feature. I believe this example is either late-WW2 or pre-1950 manufacture.
British 2nd Pattern Dension Paratrooper Smock This is a nice example of a 2nd Pattern Denison paratrooper smock, still retaining it\'s tail, half-zip and button cuffs. The camouflage pattern has nice fresh colours and the smock still retains it\'s contract label, which you can just make out the contractor\'s name \"John Gordon\" with a very faint 1945 date. The smock is approximately a size 2. The half-zip and all the brass press-studs are in working condition. This example also retains it\'s tail, however the left-hand tail stud is missing, but has been been secured by a stitch. The tail tended to be cut-off, which was common practice by British paratroopers, as it tended to get in the way.
British 2nd Pattern Dension Paratrooper Smock This is a 1945 dated 2nd pattern paratrooper smock, in very good condition and fresh camouflage colours. It still retaining it\'s contract label with the maker\'s name \"John Gordon\". The smock is size stamped 2, and has had it\'s tail cut-off. which was common practice amongst British paratroopers, as it tended to get in the way. The smock still retains it\'s jump wings. All the studs and half zip are all in good working condition.
British 2nd Pattern Paratrooper Denison Smock This is a full-zip denison smock which was only worn by Birtish paratroopers. The smock where originally made with half-zips,but was common practice for officers to modify their smocks to full-zips. They also cutt the tops of their socks to make elastic style cuffs. This example still has button cuffs. Both these modifications became standard features to Dension smocks in the early 1950\'s. Another modification which officers and other ranks, was to cut the tails of the buttom of their smocks. Which is the case with this example. However this did not become a standard feature. This particular smock is post-war dated 1946. However it still retains WW2 features, colour of the camouflage, brass newry buttons. The smock also has the outline of the jump qualification wings which has been removed. It size stamped \"5\" and was produced by \"John Gordon & Co\". It has one field repair to the right elbow.
British 2nd Pattern Paratrooper Denison Smock This a good example of a 2nd pattern paratroopers Denison smock, which is size numbered 2 and dated 1945 and maker marked \"John Gordon & Co\". The smock is complete with it\'s tail, which was normally cut of, however one of the Newry press-studs is missing from the tail. The epaulettes have the rank pips of a captain. The colours are still quite fresh. The half zip retains it\'s tag-pull and is in good working order.
British 303 Drills This is a five round clip of British 303 drill rounds. U.K. Sales Only.
British 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A set of 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed cross-straps to be worn without the need of ammunition pouches. One of the brace attachments is stamped \"H&S.LTD\".
British 37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A set of post-war made 37 pattern auxiliary straps which are dated 1953 and maker marked \"H&S\".
British 37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A pair of 37 pattern auxiliary straps which are both dated 1943.
British 37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A pair of 37 pattern auxiliary straps, both faint makers markings and dated 1944.
British 37 Pattern Belt This is a non-dated 37 pattern belt, which measures 36 inches long.
British 37 Pattern Belt This is a post-war 37 pattern belt, which measures 36 inches and is dated 1954. Ideal for display and WW2 living history.
British 37 Pattern Belt A 37 pattern belt, which is size stamped "N" for normal. The belt measures 38 inches. This example has had the makers name and date blacked out.
British 37 Pattern Belt This is a 1950 dated 37 pattern belt is is size stamped \"L\" for large size. However it only measures 36 inches. The belt has been blancoed a light green and is maker marked \"D&M.LTD\".
British 37 Pattern Belt This is a blanceod 37 pattern belt which can be adjusted to a 40\" waist. This example is dated 1954 and has a faint maker\'s stamp \"MECo\".
British 37 Pattern Belt WW2 Dated This is the simplified 37 pattern belt which has stitched loops, which was introduced in1941. This example has a light green blanco finish. The belt is in very good condition, with a faint 1941 date and maker marked "BAGCRAFT LTD" and measures 36 inches
British 37 Pattern Belt WW2 Dated This a 1945 dated example of a 37 pattern belt which has been blancoed. The rear strap on the shoulder strap buckle has started to unstitch. However this can be easily repaired. It has also frayed on the brass clip. The belt measures 36 inches.
British 37 Pattern Belt WW2 Dated This is a nice example of war economy 37pattern belt, which has brass fittings. Later war economy examples will have web loops and steel hooks.The belt is maker marked "MW&S.LTD" for Martin Wight & Sons and dated 1943. The belt has also been personalised, with the original owners name and personal service number "GHB JACQUES 122042". The belt measures 40 inches.
British 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A set of 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed the cross-straps to be attached to the belt, without the need to wear ammunition pouches. One of the attachments is maker marked "Blackman" for Blackman Leather Goods LTD. However the date is difficult to read. The other attachment is clearly marked "H&S.LTD" for Hampton & Son with a nice clear 1941 date.
British 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A pair of 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed cross-straps to b attached to the belt without the need to wear ammunition pouches. Both attachments are maker marked "H&S.LTD" for Hampton & Sons and dated 1941.
British 37 Pattern Cross-Straps A set of 37 pattern cross-straps, which have a faint makers stamp "MECo" for Mills Equipment Company and a 1941 date. One of the straps has the original owners name and number.
British 37 Pattern Dual Compass/Ammunition Pouch A nice example of a dual purpose pouch which can be used for either a march compass or revolver ammunition. This example has an extremely faint makers stamp.
British 37 Pattern Dual Compass/Ammunition Pouch This is a dual purpose pouch which could be used to carry a march compass or revolver ammunition. This example has been blancoed and has no clear makers stamp or date.
British 37 Pattern Gaiters A set of blanceod 1951 dated 37 pattern gaiters, which are identical to WW2 issue. The gaiters are size stamped 2 and are maker marked \"S.O.L.\".
British 37 Pattern Gaiters A set of 1945 dated size 4, 37 pattern gaiters in excellent condition.
British 37 Pattern Holster This is a 1942 dated 37 pattern holster, which can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Smith & Wesson Victory and the Enfield/Albion No2. The holster has been personalised by the original owner with his name and service number "G.H.B. Jacques". We also have his matching 37 pattern belt see listing ( 64371 ).
British 37 Pattern Large Pack This is a 1943 dated 37 pattern large pack which is maker marked "J&AH" for J&A Hillman.
British 37 Pattern Map Case A mint unissued 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked "BHG LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale ). This example is dated 1944.
British 37 Pattern Map Case This is a 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked "MGC" and stamped with a broad arrow.
British 37 Pattern Map Case A mint unissued 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked "BHG.LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale ) and dated 1944.
British 37 Pattern Map Case This is a unissued example of a late-war 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked \"W&G.LTD\" and dated 1944.
British 37 Pattern Map Case This is a 37 pattern map case which is maker marked "W&G.LTD" and dated 1944. This example is missing its fibre insert.
British 37 Pattern Mine Detector Haversack This is a unissued 37 pattern mine detector haversack, which is maker marked "R.P.LTD" ( R.Parkyn LTD ). This example is dated 1945 and still has it's storage tag attached.
British 37 Pattern MT Driver\'s Ammunition Pouches A set of 37 Pattern Motor Transport driver\'s ammunition pouches. The Standard ammunition pouches where uncomfortable for a driver and the MT driver\'s pouches where introduced in 1944 and was designed so they can slip to the sides of the driver while on duty. One of the pouches is maker marked \"BLACKMAN\" and dated 1944.
British 37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps 37 pattern small pack which has no clear date or makers mark. The small comes with a set of L-straps, one of which is maker marked MECo ( Mills Equipment Company ) and dated 1942.
British 37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps A good example of a 37 pattern small pack and L-Straps. The small pack has not visible maker or date, however the fittings are brass. Post-war examples tend to be steel. The pack also retains its internal divider. One of the L-straps is maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company) and dated 1942.
British 37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps A 1943 dated 37 pattern small pack, which has had its internal divider removed. The small comes with a set of L-straps, one of which is maker marked "MECo" ( Mills equipment company ) and dated 1939.
British 37 Pattern Small Pack & L-Straps This is a 37 pattern small pack with L-straps. The small pack and L-straps are unblancoed and are not dated or maker marked. However the small pack has been used post-war and has been named by a number of individuals. Otherwise it is in good condition with it\'s internal cotton divider.
British 37 Pattern Webbing Set This is a post-war made British 37 pattern webbing set, consisting of MKIII ammunition pouches which where, with the quick release tabs and was introduced in 1944. Cross straps, belt, which measures 36 to 38 inches and a 1st pattern water bottle carrier. All the items are 1950\'s dated and have been blancoed. Ideal for living history and display purposes.
British 39 Pattern Bayonet Frog This is a 39 pattern bayonet frog which has a faint maker\'s stamp and is dated 1941. The frog does have a minor split, but is still ideal for display.
British 44 Pattern Water Filter Bag This is a very nice example of a 44 pattern water filter bag, which is dated 1945 and maker marked "F.F.LTD".
British 44 Pattern Basic Webbing Set This is a 44 pattern basic webbing set consisting of cross-straps, MK1 ammunition pouches and belt. The cross-straps and ammunition pouches are all dated 1945. The belt is dated 1946. The cross-straps and one of the ammunition pouches are maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company ). The other ammunition and belt are maker marked "M.W&S.LTD" ( Martin Wright & Sons ).
British 44 Pattern Holster This is a a good example of a 44 pattern holster, which can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Enfield/Albion No2 MK1 and the Smith & Wesson Victory. The holster is maker marked "MECO" ( Mills Equipment Company ) and dated 1945.
British 46 Pattern BD Trousers A good example unissued 46 pattern Battle Dress trousers, which are in excellent condition. 46 pattern only differs from 40 pattern BD trousers by having a extra set of internal buttons to attach braces. This example retains it's contract label, which gives the name of the manufacturer as "Hartley, Sons & Co. Ltd", the size stamp 7 and date 1948. The trousers are also "WD" stamped and have the year acceptance letter code "R" for 1948.
British 58 Pattern Browning Hi-Power Holster This is a 58 pattern holster for the Browning Hi-Power.
British 6x30 Binoculars & Leather Case A nice example of 6x30 binoculars which still have good clear optic and its leather strap. The binoculars are maker marked "Ross London" and also stamped with the War Department broad arrows. The leather case has lost its shoulder strap and the the stitching on the lid has come apart. However you can make a faint 1917 date and the No2 on the lid.
British 7.62mm Drill Round Clip This is a five round clip of 7.62mm drill rounds used for the L1A1 self-loading rifle. We have a limited number and you will be sent one of these we have in stock, not the example shown. U.K.Sales Only.
British 7.62mm MG Belted Rounds Twenty-eight 7.62mm belted drill rounds for use with the General Purpose Machine Gun. U.K. Sales Only.
British A.R.P. Whistle This is a A.R.P. ( Air Raid Precautions ) wardens whistle with the chain still attached. The whistle is in good working order and maker marked "J.Hudson & Co, Barr Street, Hockley, Birmingham.
British A.R.P. Whistle This is a A.R.P. ( Air Raid Precautions ) wardens whistle still with the chain attached. The whistle is in good working order and maker marked "J.Hudson & Co, Barr Street. Hockley, Birmingham.
British A.R.P. Whistle This is a A.R.P. ( Air Raid Precautions ) wardens whistle with chain still attached. The whistle is in good working order and maker marked "J.Hudson & Co, Barr Street, Hockley, Birmingham.
British A.R.P. Whistle This is a A.R.P. ( Air Raid Precautions ) wardens whistle and chain which is still attached. The whistle is in good working order and maker marked "J.Hudson & Co, Barr Street, Hockley Birmingham.
British Ankle Boots A pair of size 11 ankle boots which are dated 1944. The boots are in good condition, except for a small split to the rear ankle area of the right boot.
British Armoured Vehicle Crew Helmet This is a 1971 dated British armoured vehicle crew helmet which is very similar to the WW2 pattern. Ideal for WW2 living history.
British Army 84mm L14A1 Recoilless Rifle Manual This is a British army 1964 dated manual on the 84mm L14A1 recoilless rifle, which was produced by the Swedish firm Carl Gustaf.
British Army Ankle Boots A nice pair of size 12 ankle boots which are dated 1942.
British Army Boot Brushes A set of 1939 dated British army boot brushes, which are both marked with the original owners name "Brown". The larger brush has a faint makers name. The small brush has a clear makers name "Beechwood LTD". Both are stamped with the War Department arrow.
British Army Boot Brushes A set of army issue boot brushes. The larger brush is maker marked "John Palmer", dated 1943 and stamped with the War Department arrow. The small brush is not dated or maker marked, however it does have the original owners personal service number.
British Army Brass Button Polisher This is a brass button polisher which has the original owners service number stamped into it.
British Army Brass Button Polisher A brass button polisher.
British Army Camouflage Jerkin This is a very nice example of camouflage leather jerking, which retains its contract label, which gives the name of the maker as "S.Schneider & Son.LTD" and dated October 1944. There is no moth damage and the leather is in extremely good condition and size stamped 2.
British Army Camouflage MKII Helmet This MKII British army helmet which is dated 1939. The helmet has a subdue camouflage paint scheme and a MK1 liner, which has no visIble date or makers name. The chinstrap is marked with the original owners initials \"J.B.\" The shell is maker marked \"J.S.S\" for Joseph Sankey & Sons LTD\", which only produced the MKII helmet from 1938 to 1941.
British Army Cotton Ditty Bag This is a white cotton ditty bag, which would have contained, sweats, tobacco etc.
British Army Ditty Bag This is a British army ditty bag, which would have contained, sweats, tobacco and other personal effects. This example is in excellent condition, maker marked "Relida LTD" and dated 1939.
British Army Ditty Bag This is a army issue ditty bag which would have contained, sweats, tobacco etc. This example is in excellent condition, maker marked "Red Rose Products" and dated 1939. The majority of army ditty bags where produced by prison inmates.
British Army Ditty Bag This is a British army ditty bag which would have contained, sweats, tobacco etc. This example has a very faint maker\'s stamp and what appears to be a extremely faint 1941 date. The majority of army ditty bags where produced by inmates serving time in one of His Majesty\'s Prisons.
British Army Ditty Bag This a early war British army ditty bag, which would have contained sweats, tobacco etc. This example is maker marked \"RELIDA\" and date1939.
British Army Dubbin Tin This is a 2 ounce unissued British army No1 dubbin tin, which is maker marked \"J.W.H. & S.LTD\".
British Army Dubbin Tin This is a 2, ounce unissued British army No1 dubbin tin, which is maker marked \"J.W.H. & S. Ltd\".
British Army Face Towel This is a unissued British army face towel which is WD and maker marked "W.E.& S.LTD". This example is dated 1950 however it is identical to the WW2 issue towels.
British Army Folding Saw This is a very good example of British army folding saw which was first issued during the First World War and continued to be used well into the 1960\'s. This example is maker marked \"Wood & Son, Sheffield\" and stamped with a Broad Arrow acceptance mark. The leather pouch is also stamped with a broad arrow and dated 1943.
British Army Ground Sheet This is a very good example of a rubberised ground sheet which has a nice clear makers stamp, which gives the name and dated Weinburg & Sons LTD, 1942.
British Army Gunners Qualification Badge This is a 1st class Gunners qualification badge which would have been worn on the right forearm. The badge worn have been awarded to personal whom where deemed marksman in light and heavy machine guns.
British Army Issue Razor This is a British issue razor which is WD and maker marked marked "A.S. & Co". This example is dated 1945.
British Army Issue Soap Dish This is a aluminium army issue soap dish which is dated 1945 and stamped with a War Department arrow.
British Army Issue Toilet Paper A roll of army issue toilet paper.
British Army Jack Knife This is a 1944 dated British army jack knife which was produced by Richards of Sheffield. U.K. Sales Only.
British Army Jack Knife & Lanyard This is a WW2 era British army jack knife which is maker marked \"Lockwood Brothers\" and comes with its lanyard. U.K. Sales only.
British Army Jack Knife & Lanyard This is a WW2 era British army jack knife with its original lanyard. U.K. Sales Only.
British Army Jungle Green Shirt This is a large size British army jungle green shirt. The shirt is in condition and still retaining it's epaulettes and it's size label. However the actual size marking is washed out. It is approximately a size 46" to 48" chest.
British Army Jungle Green Shirt This is a large British army jungle shirt, which is approximately a size 46" to 48" chest. The shirt has some slight fraying to the collar, however this does not spoil the overall look.
British Army Late-War Shirt This is a late-war army shirt in excellent condition.
British Army Leather Jerkin This is a unusual colour British army leather jerkin, which is in excellent condition except for one minor repair to the lower left side, which appears to be a period repair. The contract maker's label is missing however it is approximately a size 2.
British Army Leather Jerkin This is a well used British army leather jerkin, which has two damaged buttons and one missing button. The stitch on the shoulder has started to come apart but can be easily restitched. It still retains part of the it's maker's contract label and is size stamped 1.
British Army Leather Jerkin This is a very nice example of a British army leather jerkin, which still retains it's maker's contract label. Which gives the date of manufacture as March 1941. The jerkin is a size 2 and was produced by "Hector Powe London". The jerkin is also WD stamped with the year acceptance letter code "P" for 1941.
British Army Mess Tins A set of British army mess tins. The smaller mess tin is dated June 1940 and the large mess tin is dated 1941.
British Army Officer Gilt Pips ( 2nd Lieutenant ) A set of British army officer gilt pipls with coloured enamels for the rank of 2nd Lieutenant.
British Army Officer Pips ( Lieutenant ) A set of British army officer pips with the branch of service colour scarlet for Infantry. Two pips on each shoulder for the rank of Lieutenant.
British Army Officer Pips ( 2nd Lieutenant ) A set of British army officer brass pips for the rank of 2nd Lieutenant.
British Army Officers Collarless Shirt This is a British army officers private purchase collarless shirt, which is named to a A.Norfolk. The shirt retains the tailors label and is approximately a size 40 inch chest.
British Army Officers Havesack This is a army officers havesack, also referred to as a Valise bag. The haversack comes with a shoulder strap both items are maker marked \"MECo\" and dated 1941.
British Army Officers Operation Order Note Pad This is a British army officers operation order note pad, which is in fact a private purchase item made by H.J.Combridge & Co, Bombay India. The note pad is named to a Captian H.Milward 1st Sherwood Foresters and still retains some written operational orders which are post WW1 dated 29th March 1920 for Amiriya Alexandria, Egypt and still makes interesting reading. There is also a number of unissued operation order sheets, which are identical to the type used during WW1. Of special interest discovered within the note pad is an after action report dated 14th September 1916.
British Army Officers Swagger Stick This is a British army officers swagger stick, which has a silver band which is hallmarked and appears to have the name Kendal.
British Army Officers Tie This is a British army issue officer\'s tie.
British Army Officer\'s Removable Shirt Collar This a British army officer\'s removable shirt collar which comes with two studs to attach the collar to the shirt. The collar is size marked \"3\". It is also maker marked \"J.C.C.L\" and has suffered with a couple of minor moth nips.
British Army Paraffin Stove This is a portable British army paraffin stove in good working order complete with it\'s original container. The container has been repainted.
British Army Personal Mine Extraction Kit This is a current issue British army personal mine extraction kit which contains a mine prodder, day light route marking system ( Red, Suspect, White Safe ). Night route marking system, red cylaumes ( suspect ), green cylaumes ( safe ), trip wire feeler and aide memoir.
British Army Pistol Lanyard This is a post-war British army pistol lanyard.
British Army Portable Paraffin Stove This is a good example of a working British army paraffin stove in its original container, which also contains its spare parts tin with contents and instruction leaflet.
British Army Pouch This is army pouch which i believed would have held a small type of mount for an optical sight.
British Army Rifle Cover This is a webbing rifle cover which can accommodate the No3 and No4 rifles. This example is in good condition, non-maker marked and has no date of manufacture.
British Army Rum Jar This is a British army rum jar with the initials \"S.R.D.\" marked on the front, which stands for \"Supply Reserve Depot\". However soldiers tended to change the meaning of the initials to \"Seldom Reaches Destination, Service Rum Diluted and Soon Runs Dry.\" Soldiers on active service where issued 2.5 fluid ounces by the discretion of the commanding or medical officer. It would also be issued during or just after dawn stand to. This example is in excellent condition dated 1945 and marked on the base with the makers stamp
British Army Rum Jar This is a British army rum jar with the initials \"S.R.D.\" marked on the front which stands for \"Supply Reserve Depot\". However the soldiers tended to changed the meaning of the initials to \"Seldom Reaches Destination, Service Rum Diluted and Soon Runs Dry\". Soldiers on active service, where issued 2.5 fluid ounces by the discretion of the commanding or medical officer. It would also have been issued during or just after dawn stand to. This example is in excellent condition and maker marked \"SKEY TAMWORTH`\"
British Army Shaving Cream This is a post-war jar of shaving cream ideal for living history.
British Army Shaving Mirror A army issue shaving mirror.
British Army Shirt This is a unissued British army other ranks collar shirt which was introduced in 1945. This example is size stamped 6 and is maker marked "A.B.G.& S." and dated 1945.
British Army Stretcher This is a army stretcher which is in excellent condition with no rips or holes in the canvas. The webbing securing straps are also in very good condition.
British Army Tan Anti-Gas Cape This is a tan rubberised anti-gas cape, which was also used as a rain cape. This example is in very good condition, maker marked \"B.M.C.\" WD stamped and dated 1945. It appears to have been issued to a Greek soldier who\'s name is clearly visible.
British Army Tent Pegs A set of four British army issue wooden tent pegs.
British Army Thermos A British army issue thermos which is dated 1943. This example has suffered with some dents to the body, however it is still in good working order and has had a replacement cock added. About 40% of the instruction stencil is remaining.
British Army Thermos British army issue Thermos which is in good working order and retains its original cock. This example also has 60% of the instruction stencil remaining and is dated 1945.
British Army Toiletry Roll This is a army issue toiletry roll, which would have contained tooth brush, shaving brush, razor and razor blades tooth paste, shaving mirror, soap tin, toilet paper and various other toiletry items.
British Army Tools Pouch This is a large multi-purpose tools pouch, which is maker marked \"GYKEWEAR.LTD\" and dated 1943.
British Army Warrant Officer 2nd Class This is the rank insignia worn by British army warrant officers 2nd class, which would have been also called Company Sergeant Major ( CSM ), Regimental Quarter Master Sergeant ( RQMS ).
British Army Weapons maintenanceTool Bag This is a weapons maintenance maintenance tool bag. Which is stamped with the King\'s crown and the letters G.R. which stands for \"George Rex\" King George VI. The word \"Rex\" is latin for King.
British Army Weighing Scales British army weighing scales, which would have been used to weight small and large packs, and other carrying loads. The scales where produced by Salter, who still produce kitchen and bathroom scales.
British Army Whistle & Lanyard This is a British army issue whistle, which would have been used by officers and NCO's. This example is maker marked "The Acme City" and comes with a lanyard.
British Army Wired Tape Measure This is a British army wired tape measure which extends to 50ft. The tape measure was manufactured by "John Rabone & Sons, Birmingham, England". The brass wender is marked with the War Department arrow.
British Army Woollen Mittens A pair of unissued army woollen mittens, which are approximately a size medium.
British Army Woollen Mittens A pair of unissued army woollen mittens, which are approximately a size medium.
British Army Woollen Mittens A pair of unissued army woollen mittens, which are approximately a size medium.
British Auxiliary Fire Service MKII Helmet This is a very nice example of a MKII helmet which has been issued to the Auxiliary Fire Service with the letters "AFS" stencilled to the front of the helmet. The shell and liner are both dated 1939. The shell is maker marked "RO&CO" for Rubery Owen & Co, the liner is maker marked "TTC" for Teddy Toy Company and size stamped 7. The crown pad has come away from the helmet but is still present.
British Battle Dress Denim Blouse This is late-war 1944 dated battle dress blouse which is cut to the 1940 BD pattern. The denim retains its contract label and is size stamped 5. The denim has stains and some paint specs, however there is no rips or holes. The blouse is also unit marked R.C.D.G. However i am not sure which unit.
British Battle Dress Denim Blouse This is a un-issued battle dress denim blouse cut to the pattern of the 1940 uniform. This example is size stamped 4 and dated 1943. However it has a \"WD\" year acceptance code \"C\" for 1952.
British Battle Dress Denim Blouse This is a mint un-issued battle dress denim blouse cut in the pattern of the 1940 uniform. The blouse is dated 1942, however it has the \"WD\" letter acceptance code \"L\" for 1946. This example is size stamped 7.
British Battle Dress Denim Blouse This is a un-issued battle dress denim blouse, cut to the pattern of the 1940 battle dress uniform. This example is size stamped 7, and is dated 1942. However it has the WD year letter acceptance code \"L\" for 1946.
British Battle Dress Denim Blouse This is a un-issued battle dress denim blouse, cut to the pattern of the 1940 battle dress uniform. The example is size stamped 7 and dated 1942. However it has a WD year letter acceptance code \"L\" for 1946.
British Battle Drill Manual This is a 1933 publication of a pocket size battle drill manual.
British Bren Gun Manual This is an excellent reprint of British army Bren gun manual.
British Bren Gun Manual This is an excellent reprint of a British army Bren gun manual.
British Bren Gun Spare Barrel Carrier This is a unissued spare barrel carrier for the Bren gun. The carrier would contain a barrel, spare magazine, cleaning rod with brushes, two oil bottles.
British Cigarette Packets Eight British empty cigarette packets dating from the late 1930's to the mid 1940's. The packets are of various brands.
British Costal Command Type-C Wired Flying Helmet This is a British Costal Command Type-C wired flying helmet. This example is in a very used condition, the cable wiring still retains it's contract label and has a War Department stamp.
British Cut-Down 07 Pattern Bayonet. This a cut-down 07 pattern bayonet modified to be used as a fighting knife. The bayonet is actually dated December 1918 and has Enfield inspection marks and the "X" bending mark showing that the blade had passed proofing. The fighting knife actually resembles a No5 jungle bayonet. However it button release catch has been removed but the cross-guard rifle attachment has been retained. The scabbard is a standard No5 MKII. Under the offensive weapons act. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British Deactivated MK1 Flare Pistol This is a MK1 flare pistol which was introduced in 1887 and remained in production to 1905. This example is in extremely good condition is marked with Victorian proof markings. U.K. Sales Only
British Deactivated M72A2 Rocket Launcher The M72A2 LAW ( Light Anti-Tank Weapon ) was developed in the U.S. as a single short disposable weapon in the early 1960's and first deployed with the U.S. army in Vietnam and the British army during the Falklands War. In the early 1980's it was due to be replaced within the U.S. and British armies. However both armies continued to use an upgraded variants as well as other national armies being used in more recent conflcts such as Afghanistan and Irag. This example is dated 1979 has some corrosion around the rear blast cap and a hole on the top. The sights are intact. U.K.Sales Only.
British Deactivated M72A2 Rocket Launcher The M72 LAW ( Light Anti-Tank Weapon ) was developed in the U.S. as a single shot disposable weapon in the early 1960's and first saw action with U.S. troops in the Vietnam War and the British army during the Falklands War. In the early 1980's it was due to be replaced within the U.S and British armies. However both armies continued to use upgraded variants as well as other national armies being used in more recent conflicts such Afghanistan and Iraq. This example is is British made in good condition with intact sights. It is dated 1978. U.K. Sales Only
British Deactivated M72A2 Rocket Launcher The M72 LAW ( Light Anti-Tank Weapon ) was developed in the U.S. as a single shot disposable weapon in the early 1960's and first deployed with the U.S. army in the Vietnam War and the British army during the Falklands War. In the early 1980's it was due to be replaced with the U.S. and British armies. However both armies continued to use an upgraded variants as well as other national armies being used in more recent conflicts such as Afghanistan and Iraq. This example is dated 1981 in good condition with intact sights. U.K. Sales Only.
British Deactivated MKIII Flare Pistol This is a MKIII W flare pistol produced by Webley and Scott and dated 191. The MKIII was the standard flare pistol used by the British army to 1917 when the MKIII* was introduced with an extended barrel. This example has been highly polished by its previous owner. U.K. Sales Only
British Despatch Riders Helmet This is a 1944 dated despatch riders which is size stamped 7 and maker marked "BMB" ( Briggs Motor Bodies, Dagenham, Essex). The actual helmet is in very good condition, however the leather liner has started to split on the right side and but of the chinstrap has torn away. Despatch rider helmet's are starting to become scarce as many have been convert by re-enactors and their suppliers to paratrooper helmets.
British Despatch Riders Helmet This is a very good example of a Despatch riders helmet, which are becoming quite scarce, due to many now being converted by re-enactors and to paratrooper helmets. This example is dated 1942, is size stamped \"6.3/4\" and maker marked \"BMB\" ( Briggs Motor Bodies, Dagenham, Essex ).
British Early War Armoured Crew Helmet Before the introduction of the MK1 steel helmet for Armoured fighting vehicle crews . AFV crews wore a special non-crash helmet which was very similar in appearance to the protective helmets worn by British coal minors.This example is in excellent condition retaining its paper size label 6.7/8 and its makers label, The Patent Pulp Manufacturing Company LTD". The helmet is dated 1941 and comes with its removable earphone harness complete with all its electrics. However the elasticated strap on one side has torn. The earphones are "WD" stamped, maker marked "VERO" and dated 1941 and size stamped 6.1/2.
British Entrenching Tool & 37 Pattern Carrier A two piece entrenching tool which comes with a 37 pattern carrier which is maker marked "B.H.G.LTD" ( Barrow Hepburn & Gale LTD and dated 1944. The E-Tool is not dated.
British Fascist Propaganda Badge This is British facist propaganda badge which has the inscription "NATIONAL-SOCIALIST-N.9.S." The design of the badge is copied from the German version.
British General Service Beret The general service beret was first introduced in September 1943 as a wartime measure to replace the general service side cap. When it was first introduced the cap was dubbed "Cap Ridiculous" by the troops. However the cap was for universal wear and the troops got used to it. This example has been shaved and shaped by it's original owner to give it a more smarter appearance.
British General Service Beret This G.S. Beret was first introduced in September 1943 as a wartime measure to replace the G.S. Side cap. When the G.S. Beret was first introduced, it was dubbed \"Cap Ridiculous\", as it was not a popular item. However it was for universal wear and the troops got used to it. This example is unissued maker marked \"E.A.Bottu ( Belgium maker ), size stamped 6.1/4 and dated 1945.
British General Service Beret This is a good example of a General Service beret, which was first introduced in September 1943 as a wartime measure to replace the G.S. side cap. When the G.S. beret was first introduced, it was dubbed \"Cap Ridiculous\", as it was not a popular item. However it was for universal wear and the troops got used to it. This example is dated 1945 and maker marked \"S & P. HARRIS LTD, GLASGOW\" and size stamped 6.7/8\'.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack A this is a General Service gas mask which is dated 1940 and comes with its original haversack. The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943, however it continued to by used by low priority units to mid 1944.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is a very good example of a General Service gas mask which comes with the MKVII haversack, anti-gas eye shields, anti-dimmer cloth and field dressing. The mask and filter are both dated 1942. The haversack and field dressing are both dated 1943. The General Service Gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943. However low priority units continued to use the General Service gas mask to mid-1944.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is a very good example of a General Service Gas mask which is dated April 1941. The gas mask comes with its MK VI haversack, which is also dated 1941 and is maker marked \"M.E.C\". The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask, however it continued to be used by low priority units to mid 1944.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is a extremely nice example of a General Service gas mask, which the nose piece is dated 1938 and the face is dated 31/01/1939. The gas mask comes with a 1940 dated haversack which is also maker marked \"T & T\". The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943, however it continued to be used by low priority units to mid 1944.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is good example of a General Service gas mask, which is dated 1938. The gas mask is complete with all its contents which includes its 1941 dated haversack, anti-gas eye shields, which also was used as dust goggles, lense dimmer and anti-chemical/gas ointment tin, which is empty. It also comes with a 1939 dated field dressing. The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943, however it continued to be used by low priority units to mid 1944.
British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is a good example of a General Service gas mask which comes with its MKVII haversack which is complete with all its contents, which include a 1939 dated field dressing, Anti-Gas goggles, still in their original packinging, anti-Lense dimmer and the anti-chemical/gas ointment. The gas mask is maker marked \"AVON\", the mask and filter are both dated 1940. The haversack is maker marked \"Whitley\" and dated 1942. The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943. However it continued to be used by low priority units to mid 1944.
British General Service Shovel A good example of a general service shovel which is maker marked "Roley & Co" and dated 1943.
British Gramophone & Records This is a working 1930's gramophone with two tins of records. all dating from the 1930's. The records come in period chocolate tins.
British Home Commercial Front Helmet This a home front commercially made helmet which have been commissioned by a number of would UK private firms and issued to their employees.
British Home Front Police Sergeant MKII Helmet This is a MKII helmet used by a Police Sergeant. The helmet has no visible makers name or date, but would have been produced between 1938 to 1939 and comes with a MK1 liner which is size stamped 7, maker marked \"Vero\" and dated 1939.
British Home Guard Gaiters A set of leather Home Guard issue gaiters, which are maker marked \"A.G. & Co\" and dated 1941 and size stamped 3. Both gaiters are also stamped \"WD\" marked and have a broad arrow stamp.
British Home Guard Officers 1940 Pattern Battledress This is a 1942 dated Home Guard officers 1940 pattern battledress blouse in excellent and condition and has the rank of captain and the district letters \"NS\" for \"North Staffordshire\". The number \"1\" stands for 1st Company. The blouse is dated 1942 , the contract maker\'s label gives the name of the maker as \"Louis Michaels. The lining is also \"WD\" stamp and has the year acceptance letter code \'N\" for 1943. The BD is size marked 6. It also has 4 year service chevrons.
British Inert 20mm Hispano Cannon Round This is an inert 20mm Hispano cannon round. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 20mm Hispano Cannon Round This is a inert 20mm Hispano cannon round which is dated 1972. U.K. Sales Only
British Inert 20mm Hispano cannon Round This is an inert 20mm Hispano cannon round. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 20mm Hispano Cannon Round This is an inert 20mm Hispano cannon round. which is dated 1991. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 30mm AFV Cannon Round This is a inert 30mm cannon round for use with British armoured fighting vehicles. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 40mm Bofors Shell This is a 1954 dated 40mm Bofors anti-aircraft shell which has a dummy plastic warhead. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 40mm Bofors Shell This is a 1942 dated inert bofors anti-aircraft shell with a dummy plastic warhead. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert 50 Calibre Rounds Four inert British 50 calibre rounds, two are dated 1969, one dated 1984 and one has no date. U.K. Sales Only.
British Inert Gunfire L18A2 Simulator This inert L18A2 gunfire simulator, which would be loaded into the 40mm cannon to sumulate gunfire. It would produce a flash and sound. The L18A2 was for use with Armoured Fighting Vehicles only. U.K.Sales Only.
British Inert No69 Grenade This is bakelite No69 grenade still retaining its cotton pull-tab which is normally missing. The cap of the grenade is dated 1943. U.K. Sales Only.
British Jungle Boots This is an early pattern canvas jungle boot with rubber sole and ankle protection. The boots are in mint unissued condition, size stamped 11 and retains the paper packaging in the feet including the laces.
British L111A1 Practice Grenade This is a current issue British L111A1 practice grenade, which is in excellent condition. U.K.Sales Only.
British L1A1 Nylon Rifle Sling This is a nylon sling for use with the British L1A1 self-loading rifle ( SLR ).
British L1A1 SLR Foresight Protector This is a 1966 dated foresight protector for the L1A1 self-loading rifle.
British L1A1 SLR Webbing Sling This is a unissued webbing sling for the L1A1 self-loading rife. This example is maker marked \"SBR\" and dated 1970.
British L3A2 Drill Grenade The British L3A2 drill grenade is a drill version of the L2 grenade, which is based on the U.S. M26 Lemon grenade. The "L" series of grenades replaced the No36 grenade in the early 1960's and remained in service to the mid 1980's, where it was replaced by the Swiss HG85 grenade. All of the L series grenades where manufactured at the Royal Ordnance Factory. This example comes with it's transit plug. U.K.Sales Only.
British L3A2 Drill Grenade The British L3A2 drill grenade is a drill version of the L2 grenade which is based on the U.S. M26 lemon grenade. The L2 replaced the No36 grenade in the early 1960's. The "L" series of grenades where all manufactured at the Royal Ordnance Factory and remained in service to the mid 1980's when it was replaced by the Swiss HG85 grenade. This example comes with it's transit plug. U.K.Sales Only.
British Large Clothing Brush This is a large clothing brush, which is dated 1940.
British Large Oil Bottle This is a large oil bottle, however i do not know for what weapon it was designed for use with. The bottle is maker marked "ENOTS"
British Light Weight 1943 Pattern Gas Mask The light weight 1943 pattern gas mask was introduced on 27th March 1943 to replace the General Service gas mask. This example was manufactured in September 1943 and maker marked "L&B" The head straps are maker marked "W&G.LTD" ( Waring & Gillow ). The gas mask is also stamped with issue date 2nd September 1944. This example has had post-war use with the Danish army as indicated by the crown stamp with the letters "C.F". However unlike most Danish used light-weight gas mask and pouches. The pouch retains its belt hooks which are normally found to have been removed and a 1942 dated filter. The majority of Danish use filters tend to be 1950's dated. This example also comes with anti-gas eye shields.
British Light Weight Gas Mask & Pouch This is a mint post-war light weight British army gas mask with a wartime dated pouch 1943. The gas mask is very similar to the wartime examples with the only differences between wartime and post-war are to the nose piece, the colour of the straps and the size of the filter. Ideal for living history and re-enactment.
British Machete This is 1964 dated machete, which is maker marked Elwell and broad arrow stamped. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British Machine Gun Spare Parts Tin This is spare parts in for use with various British machine gun guns. The tin retains part which lists the various tools such as various brushes.
British Match Box Cover This is a match box cover which was produced in the 1920's for St Dunstan's Hostel, which gave aid and support to British service personal blinded during the First World War.
British Medical Officers 37 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is a army Captain\'s 37 pattern battle dress blouse. The rank pips have the backing branch of service colour \"Dull Cherry\" for the Army Medical Corps\". The shoulder titles \"R.A.M.C.\" also stands for the Royal Army Medical Corps\". The actual battle dress has had the collar tailored to allow the officer to wear a shirt and tie. It is also New Zealand made and dated \"December 1942\". It was common for British officers to wear commonwealth made uniforms. It was also common for commonwealth officers to serve within British units. Which i suspect is the case here. The blouse also retains two medal ribbon awards, which are both faded but looks to be the Defence Medal and the New Zealand Medal. However i can not actually confirm as the colours are extremely faded. The BD also appears to have had two divisional shield sleeve insignia removed, but with the outline still visible.
British Medicine Bottle This is a medicine bottle, which is in good condition with no cracks.
British Mess Tins A set of post-war made British army mess tins. Ideal for WW2 living history.
British Mess Tins A good set of mess tins which are dated 1941 and 1942.
British Mess Tins A very nice set of matching mess tins, which are dated 1941 and maker marked "M.M.S".
British Mess Tins A good set of British mess tins, which are both dated 1941 and marked with the War Department broad arrow.
British MK1 Helmet This is a MK1 helmet with a rimmed edge which was introduced in June 1917. This example is in good condition retaining its original finish to the shell. However the rivet which attaches the liner to the shell has been replaced with a modern screw and nut. The liner also has a replaced chinstrap.
British MK1 Raw Edge Brodie Helmet This is a MK1 raw edge brodie helmet, which was supplied to the U.S. army during WW1 when the U.S. army first arrived in France they where issued first with French and British helmets, before being issued with their own version of the Brodie helmet the M1917. This example is in very good condition and has a very faint unit insignia of the U.S. 2nd Infantry Division. It is size stamped 7 and has the original owners name faintly written on the leather.
British MKII Helmet A good example of a MKII helmet retaining over 90% of it\'s original finish. The front of the helmet has some sort of military or civil defence marking, \"M.EXEL.No. 30\". I am not sure exactly what the marking signifies. The Helmet shell is maker marked. The helmet shell is maker marked \"JSS\" ( Joseph Sankey & Sons LTD ) and dated 1940. The liner is maker marked \"J.C.S.& W\" ( J.Crompton Sons & Webb LTD ) and dated 1939. The inside of the shell has the original owners initials \"GR\".
British MKII Helmet This is a fair condition British MKII helmet which is dated 1941 and size stamped "7". The black mark on the crown is from another helmet's liner and tends to happen when the helmets have been stored for a long time on top of each other.
British MKII Helmet This is a 1939 dated MKII British helmet which has been repainted. The shell is stamped with the makers initials \"R.O. & Co\" ( Rubery Owens & Co. Ltd, Leeds ). Rubery Owens produced the MKII helmet from 1939 to 1943. The liner is South African made and dated 1943. The chinstrap is original unissued WW2 made
British MKII Helmet A good example of a MKII helmet retaining over 90% of its finish. The liner and chinstrap are in good condition, with the liner maker marked \"Helmets Ltd\" and dated 1939. It is also size stamped 7.
British MKII Helmet & Camouflage Net This is a MKII helmet which comes with a period helmet net. The shell is in good condition retaining its orignal finish it is also marked with the original owners, "SGT Evans". The pad appears to have been glued to the liner which has no visible date and is approximately a size 7.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is actually a post-war example which is identical to the war-time issue including the webbing chinstrap. The helmet has a ruff textured finish and dated 1971. The size of the helmet is 7.3/4 and has the makers code "C.W.L.". The original owners name and last three service numbers are written on the leather sweatband "DEAN 552". The rubber has harded and has started to brake away in a number of places.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is a very good example of a MKII paratrooper helmet, The webbing chinstrap was adopted in February 1944. This example is actually a post-war verison dated 1955 and has the makers initials "CCL" and size marked 7.1/4 ( continental 59 ). The post-war verisons are identical in everyway to the WW2 dated examples including the manufacturers. The only difference is the date of manufacture.
British MKII Paratrooper Helmet This is in fact a post-war issue MKII paratrooper helmet which is dated 1961 and maker marked "C.C.L.". It is identical to the WW2 pattern helmet, the only difference is the date and a post-war maker. The webbing chinstrap was introduced in the February 1944. This example has the original owners name and the last three numbers of his service number "Johnson 190". He also appears to have dated the liner "June 1977". The helmet shell is ruff textured finish with traces coming away revealling the dark green paint underneath. It has also been marked with the owner's rank in the form of two corporal stripes on each side of the helmet. The crown pad is missing on the inside of the shell. The helmet is a size 7.1/2.
British MKII Sten Gun Loading Tool This is a MKII Sten gun loading tool, which is in good working condition.
British MKIII Helmet The MKIII helmet was first developed by the medical Research Council 1941 on behalf of the British army. The MKIII was first worn in combat by Canadian and British troops on D-Day. The MKIII helmets where used alongside the MKII for the remainder of the Second World War. In late 1945 the MKIII and MKII helmets where replaced by the MKIV helmet. MKIII and MKIV helmets where commonly called the \"Turtle Shell\" due to resemblance to the creature. This example is in very good condition retaining it\'s grass-green finish which was adopted in early1945. The helmet comes with a MKII liner dated 1945 and has the maker\'s code \"FFL\" for Fisher Foil LTD. The liner is size stamped 7.
British MKIII Helmet A good example of a British MKIII helmet which is in very good condition. There are no markings on the liner, however the number 77 has been painted on. The helmet size is approximately a 58 and the shell appears to have been repainted. The helmet net is standard British army issue.
British MKIII Helmet The MKIII helmet was first developed by the British army in 1941 by the medical research council. The MKIII was first worn in combat by British and Canadian troops on D-Day 6th June 1944. The MKIII,MKIV helmets where used alongside the MKII for the remainder of the Second World War. The MKIII and MKIV helmets are more commonly referred to as the Turtle Shell due to its resemblance to the creature. The liner is maker marked "FFL.LTD" ( Fisher Foil LTD ) and dated 1944. The liner has to be removed to see the maker's mark and date.
British MKIII Helmet The MKIII Helmet was first developed by the medical research council in 1941 on behalf of the British army. The MKIII helmet was first worn in combat by Canadian and British troops on D-Day. The MKIII where used alongside the MKII helmet for the remainder for the Where. In 1945 The MKIV helmet was introduced and replaced the MKIII and MKII helmets. The MKIII and MKIV helmets where commonly called the \"Turtle shell\" due to its resemblance to the said creature. This example has dark brown ruff textured finish introduced in 1944 changing to a grass-green in early 1945. The helmet and MKII liner which has no visible makers name or date. I
British MKIII Helmet The MKIII helmet was first developed by the medical research council in 1941 on behalf of the British army. The MKIII was first worn in combat by Canadian and British troops on D-Day. The MKIII was replaced in 1945 by the MKIV which was identical in shape, but with two minor differences. It had a lift-dot fitting which replaced the screw and nut of the liner to allow quick removal of the liner. The chinstrap fitting on the shell was also in a lower position on the MKIV. This example is in very good condition, the liner is size stamped 7.1/4 and is maker marked "AG &Co" for A.Garstin & Co.LTD.
British MKIV Webley ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This MKIV Webley is a pre-1995 deactivated example with clear cylinders and retains its original finish. The MKIV was brought into service in 1942 to supplement the No2 Enfield and Smith & Wesson Victory revolvers. The MKIV Webley continued to be used by the British army to1963 when they where declared obsolete. However it was still retained the the Police with shortened barrels to the 1970's. For Non-EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier This is a MKVI water bottle which comes with the sleeve type carrier. The carrier is dated 1944 and WD stamped.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier This is a good example of a MKVI water bottle with the 37 pattern skeleton.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier This is a MKVI water bottle wiith the sleeve type carrier which was introduced in 1941.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier This is a MKVI water bottle which comes with a Indian made skeleton type carrier, which differs from British made examples by having a buckle instead of a fastener.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier A MKVI water bottle, which comes with the sleeve type carrier which is maker marked "R.P.LTD" ( R.Parkyn ) and dated 1944.
British MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier This is a MKVI water bottle with a issue carrier which comes with the sleeve pattern carrier which is maker marked "M.W.& S.LTD" ( Martin Wight & Sons ). The carrier is dated 1945.
British MKVI Webley Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a MKVI, .455 Webley revolver which was the primary sidearm used by British officers and Tunnel engineers during WW1. This example is in reasonably condition dated 1918 and has clear cylinders. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
British Modified 37 Pattern Map Case This is a modified 37 pattern map case, which had the sides enlarged. The map case is in excellent condition retaining its celluloid window and fibre board. The map case is maker marked "W&G.LTD" for Waring & Gillow and dated 1944.
British Modified Rifle Cover This is a British army rifle cover which has been modified for the L1A1 SLR rifle.
British Mortarmen\'s Leather Knee Pad This is a leather knee pad with a felt lining worn by mortarmen firing the 2 inch mortar. This example is unissued, maker marked \"BHG\" and dated 1944.
British Mortarmen\'s Leather Knee Pad This is a leather knee pad worn by mortarmen firing the 2 inch mortar. The knee pad has a felt lining and is in unissued condition. It is maker marked \"BHG\" and dated 1944.
British No1 MKIII Rifle Magazine This is a 10 round magazine for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE.
British No2 MKIII Binoculars & Pouch A extremely nice example of No2 MKIII binoculars with nice clear optics and graticules. The binoculars comes with a 1941 maker marked \"MECo\" pouch with shoulder strap. The rear of the pouch appears to have never had the belt hooks which are normally attached to the pouch.
British No4 Butt This s a wooden butt for the No4 rifle. The butt has a WD marking.
British No4 Butt This is a wooden butt for the No4 rifle.
British No4 Butt This is a wooden butt for the No4 rifle, which is WD marked.
British No4 Butt This is a wooden butt for the No4 rifle.
British No4 MK1 Rifle Magazine This is a 10 round magazine for the No4 MK1 rifle. This example is stamped for with the letter "B" identifying the maker as Birmingham Small Arms.
British No4 MKII Bayonet This is a No4 MKII bayonet for use with the No4 rifle and the MK5 Sten Gun. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British No4 MKII Bayonet This is a British made No4 MkII bayonet which is marked with the makers initials "S.M". for Singer Manufacturing Co, based in Clydebank Scotland whom had produced Sewing machines before the war. Singer produced No4 bayonets between 1942 to 1944. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British No4 MKII Bayonet This is a No4 MKII bayonet which is maker marked "P.S.K" for Prince-Smith & Co.Ltd, Keighley Yorkshire. The No4 bayonet was with the No4 rifle and MK5 Sten gun. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British No4 MKIII Gas Mask & Haversack This is nice No4 MKIII gasmask which is dated July 1941 and comes with it\'s haversack and contents. The contents consist of Ant-gas No2 ointment tin, which contains 8 tubes of ointment and instruction sheet. A tin of anti-dimming which is dated October 1940, plus a pack of anti-gas eye-shields,
British No4 Rifle Breech Cover This is in fact a U.S. made breech cover for the British No4 MK1 rifle, which was produced under the lend-lease agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. This example is unissued and dated 1942. The letter "S" is the makers code for Savage Stevens who produced No4 Rifles as apart of the lend-lease agreement. The fasteners are rather fragile through age.
British No4 Rifle Gun Cover This is a 1954 dated gun cover for the No4 rifle. The gun cover was made by inmates of her Majesty's prison.
British No4 Trigger Guard This is trigger guard for the No4 rifle.
British No5 Bayonet This is a good example of a No5 bayonet for use with the No5 MK1 rifle more commonly referred to the Jungle carbine and the Sterling submachine gun. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British No7 Bayonet This is a No7 bayonet which the pommel has to be turned to be fixed to the No4 rifle or Mk5 Sten gun. This example is in good condition. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British Officer Trousers A good pair of officer trousers to be worn with the 4 pocket tunic.
British Officers 1925 Pattern Webbing Set This is a British officers 1925 pattern webbing set all of which is dated 1940 and maker marked MECo\". The set consists of cross-strap, belt, holster, ammunition pouch and brace attachment which is stamped \"AM\" below a crown, which signifies that the brace attachment is RAF issue. \"AM\" stands for \"Air Ministry\".
British Officers 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is a mint example of an officers tailored 1940 pattern battle dress blouse, with open collar. The blouse is size stamped 12 and the contract label gives the date of manufacture 1944 and the makers name, The Service Tailoring Company LTD. The blouse is also WD stamped and has the year acceptance "M" for 1944.
British Officers 37 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a 37 pattern battledress blouse which has had the collar tailored for officer use. The BD has the rank of captain and the regimental shoulder titles of the \"BUFFS\" ( Royal East Kent Regiment ). The blouse is in very good condition, retaining the maker\'s contract label, however all the details have been washed out. It also has the original owners name written on the lining \"J.Denver\". The waist flap has had a press-stud added, probably by the tailor, when the collar was altered. It is approximately a size 9.
British Officers 46 Pattern Trousers 46 pattern Battle Dress trousers which only differ form 40 BD trousers by having a extra set of buttons on the inside to attach braces. This example have been tailored to be worn by a officer as part of his walking out dress. The first aid and map pockets have been removed and the trousers have been turned up, which was the fashion of the day. The trousers retains their contract label which gives the manufacturers name as \"Prices Tailors Ltd\", the size stamp 4 and the date 1947. They are also \"WD\" stamped and have the year acceptance letter code \"E\" for 1947.
British Officers Brass Pips A set of brass officer pips.
British Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase British officers greatcoat belonging to a Lieutenant-colonel of the Royal Army Service Corps. The coat was made by Moss Bros & Co LTD, Covent Garden London. The coat still retains all its brass buttons with the Kings crown and has its unit flashs on each arm. The coat is approximately a size 40 to 42 chest.
British Officers Jeep Coat This is a very nice example of a mint British Officers jeep coat made of heavy wool. The coat has no makers label and is approximately size 38 to 40in chest.
British Officers Map Case This is a private purchase British army officers map case. The maps case when opened fully, reveals two spring clips to secure the map in position. The map case also doubles as note pad holder.
British Officers Private Purchase Map Case This is extremely nice example of a British officers private purchase map case, made of a rubberised cloth with a number of compartments and celluloid windows to protect the map.
British Officers Sam-Browne Belt This is a British officers Sam-Browne belt which is in excellent condition and measures 45 inches.
British P13 Bayonet ( U.S. Issue ) This is a British P13 bayonet which was produced by Remington and dated October 1917. This example has been supplied to the U.S military with the U.S. stamp visible on the ricasso. The British inspection marks partly visible. The condition of the bayonet and scabbard is poor. The scabbard has been repainted. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
British P39 Leather Holster This is a leather holster for use with the MKIV Webley. The shown is for illustration Only.
British Paratrooper 2nd Pattern Denison Smock This is a good example of a 2nd pattern paratroopers Dension smock, which has had the woollen cuffs added which was a wartime modification done by the soldiers themselves by cutting their socks and stitching them to the cuffs. This feature became standard on the 58 pattern smock. The smock has all its brass newery studs and retains its tail which was normally cut off. The half-zip is in good working order and the contract label is still attached. However the details are faint but you can make out the size 1, the manufacturer, John Gordon & Co and the date 1945. The cuffs have suffered with mothing.
British Paratrooper Over Smock This is a Paratrooper\'s over smock which is also known as the 1942 pattern. This example is dated 1946, was produced by \"Dunlop Rubber Co Ltd\" and is size stamped \"3\". Unfortunately the zipper is broken, however this can be replaced. There are also some minor rips, but nothing to spoil the overall look of the smock.
British Paratroopers 1942 Pattern Oversmock The is a 1942 pattern paratroopers oversmock which was worn over their equipment when jumping from aircraft. The smock was normally discarded once the soldier had landed. This example has the zipper missing from the zip. Besides the missing zipper the smock is in excellent condition retaining its contract label which gives the makers name and size, "Dunlop Rubber Co.LTD". Size 2 and dated October 1946.
British Paratroopers Denison Smock This is a 1954 dated paratroopers Denison smock which is very similar to the WW2 pattern. The camouflage is slightly lighter than the Wartime pattern and has chromed Newey studs and elasticated cuffs. Which was a feature first added during WW2 by individual soldiers , then became standard in the 1950\'s.The Denison has had a number of repairs, but retains it\'s maker\'s contract label, the details are very faint, however you can make out the date and size \"3\" and maker \"George Davis & Co Ltd, Manchester\".
British Paratroopers DPM Smock This is a British paratroopers DPM smock dating from the early 1990\'s. The right sleeve has the Union flag and the rank chevrons of a corporal. The right sleeve has the unit badge of a member of the HQ Allied Rapid Reaction Corp ( ARRC ). The latin motto \"AUDENTS FORTUNA IUVAT\" translates to Fortune Favours the Bold.
British Paratroopers Knee Pads A very nice set of unissued British paratrooper knee pads, which are sized marked \"SMALL\" and dated 1943. The Knee pads are also maker marked \"BELMONT\". The knee pads where also worn by SOE agents when parachuting into occupied Europe.
British Petrol Can This is 1943 dated petrol can which is in very good condition and maker marked "F.F.& S.LTD"
British Private Purchase .38 Revolver Holster This is a British made leatherette holster to accommodate the Webley MKIV, Smith & Wesson Victory or the Enfield No2 .38 revolvers.
British Razor This is a private purchase period razor produce by SK BOYS.
British Razor Blade Container & Contents A small bakelite razor blade container which is maker marked "Imperial". The container has five period razor blades still in their original packets. Two of the razor blades are British made produced by Joy and Cheerio. The other three packets are produced by the U.S. firm Gillette and dated 1938.
British Red Cross Badges A pair of British Red Cross badges which was worn directly underneath the shoulder titles.
British Red Cross Shoulder Title & Badge This is a British Red Cross shouler title with Red Cross Badge
British Red Cross Shoulder Title & Badge This is a British Red Cross shoulder title and Red Cross badge, which is still attached to part of the Battledress sleeve material.
British Red Cross Shoulder Titles A pair of embroided British Red Cross Shoulder Titles
British Regimental Marked 1940 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a Regimental marked 1940 pattern battledress blouse belonging to the Green Howards Regiment. The BD has the rank of Staff Sergeant and a green lanyard identifying it as the 1st Battalion. The collar has been tailored to allow a shirt and tie to be worn. The BD is dated 1945, size marked "4" and retains it's maker's contract label "Albion Ltd, Belfast"
British Restricted Sten Gun Magazine This is a 15 round restricted Sten gun magazine, which fits all marks of the Sten gun.
British Restricted Sten Gun Magazine This is a 15 round restricted Sten gun magazine, which fits all marks of the Sten gun.
British Rifle Oil Bottle This metal oil bottle for the British L1A1 self-loading rifle.
British SA80 Aasault RIfle Magazine This is a magazine for the British SA80 assualt rifle.
British SA80 Combination Tool This is a combination tool which is part of the cleaning kit for the British SA80 assault Rifle
British SA80 Oil Bottle This is a oil bottle, which is part of the cleaning kit for the British SA80 assault Rifle.
British Self-Loading Rifle Manual This is a rare manual for the 7.62mm Self-Loading rifle which is dated 1954 and was issued with prototype rifles under valuation tests before being officially accepted in 1958 as the British Army\'s battle rifle.
British SLR Nylon Sling This is a nylon sling for the British L1A2 self-loading rifle.
British SLR Nylon Sling This is Nylon sling for the British L1A1 SLR.
British Smith & Wesson Victory Revolver ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is virtually a U.S. Police regulation Smith & Wesson revolver which designed to take the British .38 round as part of the British contract of 1940 war aide agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. The British revolvers are commonly referred to as the Victory revolver due to the letter "V" prefix before the serial number. This example is a pre-1995 deactivation with clear cylinders. The side fo the frame is marked with the letters "AF" with the broad arrow marked between the letters which stands for "Australian Forces". It retains the Smith & Wesson trade marked and patent dates. It also marked with the "FTR 55" with an additional broad arrow mark, which signifies this example was refurbished by Royal Ordnance Factory Fazakerley in 1955. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
British SMLE Brass Butt Plate This is a brass butt plate for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield ).
British SMLE Brass Butt Plate This is a brass butt plate for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield )
British SMLE Brass Butt Plate & Screws This is a brass butt plate with screws for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield ).
British SMLE Brass Butt Plate & Screws This is a brass butt plate with screws for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield ).
British SMLE Rear Hand Guard This is the rear hand guard for the SMLE No1 MKIII rifle. This example is missing its two arms which fit either side of the rear sight.
British SMLE Top Hand Guard Set This is a two piece wooden hand guard set for the SMLE No1 MKIII rifle. The hand guard set is damaged that the two arms on the rear forward hand guards which fit either side of the rear sight is missing. Both pieces also have a split at the rear ends.
British Snow/Ski Gloves A pair of unissued snow/ski gloves which are maker marked "HHC & Co.LTD" and dated 1943.
British Snow/Ski Gloves A pair of unissued snow/ski gloves which are maker marked "HHC & Co.LTD" and dated 1943.
British Snow/Ski Gloves A pair of unissued snow/ski gloves which are maker marked "Thos Ensor & Sons" and dated 1943. This example are also "WD" stamped.
British Snow/Ski Gloves A pair of unissued snow/ski gloves which are maker marked "Thos Ensor & Sons" and dated 1943. This example is also "WD" stamped.
British Snowene Shoe Cleaner This is a packet of cleaner for buckskin, canvas shoes and tennis balls. The packet is still sealed and dated from the late 1930'S to the mid 1940's.
British Spectacles 1940's era British made spectacles, still in the container and cleaning cloth. The frame lenses are cover in a plastic coating, however one half has come away.
British Sten Gun Magazine This is a Sten gun magazine, which fits all marks of the Sten gun. The magazine has some light surface rust, however it will clean up nicely.
British Sterling SMG Sling A sling for the British sterling submachine gun.
British Sterling SMG Sling This is the sling for the British Sterling submachine gun.
British Stirling Submachine Gun Cover This is a Stirling submachine gun cover produced in Her Majesty\'s Prison ( HMP ) and dated 1964.
British Tabacco Tin This is a 1920's and 1930's 2 ounce tobacco tin by Mick Quaid. The tin is empty.
British Tankers Beret This is a black beret which would have only been worn by members of the Royal Tank Regiment and the Royal Armoured Corps. This example has a nice worn shape, and has the badge of the Royal Armoured Corps. It is maker marked Kangool Wear Ltd, size stamped 6.3/4. and dated 1945.
British Tankers Suit The tankers oversuit was introduced in July 1943 and is more commonly referred to as the \"Pixie Suit\". This example is actually post-war manufactured dated 1957 and is identical to the wartime pattern except for the chrome press-studs. Wartime examples would have had brass press-studs The contract label gives the makers name and size \"A.J.Ravden, size 3\". Most fifties dated tankers suits are normally green in colour making this quite a rare example for a 1957 date of manufacture. All the zippers and press-studs are in working condition.
British Trench Periscope This is a trench periscope which was and continues to be used by British forces serving in Iraq and Afghanistan. The optics are in excellent condiition.
British Unit Marked MKII Helmet This is nice example of a MKII helmet which the liner and shell are both dated 1939. The helmet retains its original finish and has a red triangle mark on its front. However i do not know if the marking is a Home front or military marking. The shell does appear to have traces of black paint and may have been used as civil defence. The liner is maker marked \"J.S.C. & W.LTD\" for Crompton Sons & Webb LTD and size stamped 7.
British Vickers Machine Gun Manual This is a 1940's produced manual on the Vickers machine gun which also illustrates the use of the tripod mount.
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is a non dated webbing rifle sling for the No1 MKIII ( SMLE ), No4 MK1 rifles and the No 5 MK1 jungle carbine.
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is 1949 dated webbing rifle sling for use with the No3, No4 rifles and the No5 jungle carbine. This example is also maker marked "WH".
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is a blancoed webbing rifle sling for use with the No3, No4 rifles and the No5 Jungle carbine.
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is a blancoed webbing rifle sling for use with the No4 MK1 rifle and the No5 MK1 jungle carbine. This example is maker marked \"WH\" and dated 1949. The sling has also been stamped with a serial number \"9932\".
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is a blancoed webbing rifle sling for the No lll and No 4 rifles. This example is maker marked "WH" and dated 1949. The sling would have also been used for the mark 5 Sten gun and Jungle carbine.
British Webbing Rifle Sling This is a webbing rifle sling for the No lll and No 4 rifles. The sling would have also been used on the mark 5 Sten gun and the Jungle carbine.
British Wire Cutters & Carrier A set of British army wire cutters which are not dated, but maker marked \"T.S.& S.O.S.LTD\". The wire cutters come with their lanyard and a 1954 dated 37 pattern wire cutter harness which is maker marked \"CB& Co\".
British WW1 era Coins A small selection of WW1 era British coins dating from 1901 to 1918.
British WW1 inert 303 Clip Five inert 303 rounds all dated 1916. The rounds come on a WW1 era charger clip. We have 8 in stock. You will not necessarily receive the clip. U.k. Sales Only.
British WW1 inert 303 Clip Five inert 303 rounds all of which are dated 1915 and come on a WW1 era charger clip. We have 7 clips in stock. You will receive one of these clips. Not necessarily the one shown. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert 303 Clip Five 303 inert rounds all dated 1917. The rounds come on a WW1 charger clip. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert No23 MK1 Rifle Grenade This is a WW1 inert No23 rifle grenade, which still has its steel rod attached to the MK1 brass base cap. Which is maker marked "H&B.LTD" and dated July 1916. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert No23 MK1 Rifle Grenade This is a very good example of an inert No23 rifle grenade, which comes with its MK1 brass base cap which is missing its steel rod. The base cap is dated November 1916 and maker marked "H&B.LTD". U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert No23 MK1Rifle Grenade This is a WW1 No23 rife grenade, which still retains its steel rod attached to the MK1 brass base cap. Which is maker marked "H&B.LTD" and dated December 1916. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert No23 MKII Rifle Grenade This is a WW1 inert No23 rifle grenade, which still retains its steel rod attached to the MKII steel base cap. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 Inert No5 Grenade This is a good example of an inert No5 grenade. The brass base cap is maker marked "W.E.B.LTD" and dated 1915. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW1 No4 MKIII Gun Sight This is a No4 MKIII gun sight which is dated 1917 and used on most of the British artillery pieces during WW1.This example has a nice clear optics and a London maker.
British WW1 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a brass oil bottle for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee Enfield ). This example has has a army acceptance proof mark and is dated 1913\".
British WW1 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a brass oil bottle for the No1 MKIII SMLE rifle.
British WW1 SMLE Brass Oil bottles We have a number of WW1 SMLE oil bottles which are all maker marked, board arrow stamped. When ordering please state which maker you would prefer.
British WW2 Dated Bren Gun Sling This is a 1945 dated Bren gun sling maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company ). The Bren gun sling is longer than the standard rifle sling with two clips on each end.
British WW2 Dated Inert 20mm Hispano Cannon Round This is a 1942 dated inert 20mm Hispano cannon round. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW2 Dated Webbing Rifle Sling This is a blancoed webbingl sling which is maker marked C.M.W. and dated 1943. The sling would have been used for the No3, No4 rifles and the No5 Jungle carbine.
British WW2 Dated Webbing Rifle Sling This is a 1942 dated webbing sling for use with the No3, No4 rifles and the No5 jungle carbine. This example is maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company).
British WW2 Dated 303 Rifle Sling This is a 1943 dated sling for use with the No3, No4 and No5 rifles. The makers stamp is not clear.
British WW2 Inert 2 Inch Mortar Bomb The is a 1939 dated 2 Inch ineet mortar bomb, which retains its original yellow finish. This example is in very good condition, however the end cap has seized and can not unscrew. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW2 Inert 2 Inch Mortar Bomb This is a very good example of a inert 1942 dated 2 inch mortar bomb, which is complete. This example was used as a drill practice bomb as it is marked as "DUMMY" U.K. Sales Only.
British WW2 Inert 303 Rounds Five round clip of British 303 rounds which are dated 1944. We have a limited number of inert clips. U.K. Sales. Only.
British WW2 Inert No36 Grenade A good example of a No36 grenade which the base cap is dated 1943. U.K.Sales Only.
British WW2 Inert No69 Grenade A extremely nice example of a inert No69 grenade, which was introduced in 1940 and produced to 1945. This example has a faint 1944 date stamp with intact markings on the bakelite body. The pull-cord is still attached. Most existing examples tend to have the pull-cord missing. U.K. Sales Only.
British WW2 No4 303 Oil Bottle This is a plastic WW2 era oil bottle for use with the British No4 MK1 rifle.
British WW2 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a brown plastic oil bottle for the No4 rifle and No5 rifles. The oil bottle is maker marked "P.H.".
British WW2 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a WW2 era rifle oil bottle for the No4 rifle.
British WW2 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a WW2 era rifle oil bottle for the No4 rifle.
British WW2 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a brown plastic oil bottle for the No4 and the No5 rifles. The base of the oil bottle is maker marked "PH".
British WW2 Rifle Oil Bottle This is a black plastic oil bottle for the No4 and No5 rifles.
Bulgarian Adrian M15 Helmet This helmet was originally a WW1 French Adrian M15 which was sold to Yugoslavia in the 1920\'s. When Germany and her ally Bulgaria overrun Yugoslavia many M15 and M23 French original helmets where captured sent back to Bulgaria, where they where repainted and fitted with Bulgarian liners and chinstraps from the \"Darjavna Voenna Fabrika\" ( National Factory of Armament ). The stamp to the liner translates to \"DVF\" an abbreviation for the manufacturer located in Sofia. The symbol within the circle is that of a figure with a gas mask. These M15 and M23 helmets were all transferred to the Civil Defence and Air Defence units of the Bulgarian military, basically the Bulgarian equivalent of the German Luftschutz. The cyrillic letters painted on the front of the helmet translates to \" P.V.H.Z\" ( Protivovazdushna i Himimicheska Zashtita ) which means \"Air Defence\"
Bulgarian Ski Cap This is a mint example of an Bulgarian ski-cap. The cap has the Bulgrain Lion the cap\'s buttons have two crossed cannons indicating that the branch of service is Artillery. The lining is navy blue cotton with a leather sweatband. The material of the cap is heavy khaki wool. The cap is approximately a size 57.
Bulgarian Inert WW2 Stick Grenade This is an extremely nice example of a inert Bulgarian WW2 stick grenade which is based on the German WW1 M1917 stick grenade. U.K. Sales Only
Bulgarian WW2 inert 8mm Rounds Five inert Bulgarian 8mm rounds for use with the Austrian made Mannlicher rifle. All five rounds are dated 1941. U.K. Sales Only.
Bundeswehr Marksman Lanyard A Bundeswehr marksman lanyard.
Bunker Heater This is a small electric bunker heater in excellent condition retaining nearly all of it\'s original paint. It is stamped \"WEHRMACHT\" and dated 1943. It is also maker marked \"WEMA\" and stamped \'D.R.P.\" Deutches Reich Patent\".
Burn Bandage This is a burn bandage packet ( Brandbinde ), which would have been part of the contents of a vehicle first box, field surgeon's pack and also carried by medics.
Burn Ointment A small tin of burn ointment which is dated 1939.
Bush Hat This is a rare French made bush hat which became popular item amongst U.S. forces during their period in Vietnam. This example is in very good condition except for a minor repair to the rim. The hat has its makers stamp and was made in Orleans and is a size 60
Butter Dish A Wehrmacht issue orange coloured butter dish.
Cameronians Glengarry Cap Badge Cameronians Glengarry cap badge.
Camouflage Poncho Liner This is a camouflage quilted poncho liner, was designed to replace the blanket in Vietnam. This example has had the camouflage and data label have been washed out. It does not have any rips or holes. The camouflage liner was first issued in 1963 to Special Forces, however due to it\'s immense popularity it became standard issue in 1969. The Vietnam era liners are easy to identify, as they have a central seam.
Camouflage Rain Cape This is a rare camouflage rain cap, which was also double as a groundsheet. The rain cape can be buttoned together to make a rudimentary shelter. This example has a very faint 1940 date.
Campaign Hat This is 1930's campaign hat, which has a officer's cords ( Black & Gold ) with another ranks U.S. coat of Arms. The chinstrap is missing. However the hat is in good condition with the original owners name written on the leather sweatband " L.R.WEVER".
Canadian MKVI Water Bottle & Carrier A standard MKVI water bottle which comes with a Canadian made skeleton type carrier, which has a faint Canadian army stamp.
Canadian Officers Battledress Blouse This is a 1945 dated Canadian BD blouse, which has the rank Lieutenant-Colonel. The blouse has a overseas ribbon bar and red regimental flashes on the epaulettes. The collar has been altered to allow the officer to where a shirt and tie. The blouse is in excellant condition.
Canadian 37 Pattern Auxiliary Straps A pair of unissued 37 pattern auxiliary straps, both of which are maker marked Z.L.& T.LTD and dated 1941. We have a limited supply currently in stock.
Canadian 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A mint unissued set of Canadian 37 pattern brace attachments. Which allowed the cross-straps to be attached directly to the belt without the need of basic ammunition pouches. The brace attachments are both dated 1943 and maker marked \"Z.L.&T.LTD\".
Canadian 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A mint unissued set of Canadian 37 pattern brace attachments. Which allowed the cross-straps to be attached directly to the belt without the need of basic ammunition pouches. The brace attachments are both dated 1943 and maker marked \"Z.L.&T.LTD\".
Canadian 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A mint unissued set of Canadian 37 pattern brace attachments. Which allowed the cross-straps to be attached directly to the belt without the need of basic ammunition pouches. The brace attachments are both dated 1943 and maker marked \"Z.L.&T.LTD\".
Canadian 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A mint unissued set of Canadian 37 pattern brace attachments. Which allowed the cross-straps to be attached to the belt without the need of the basic ammunition pouch. The brace attachments are both dated 1943 and maker marked \"Z.L.&T.LTD\".
Canadian 37 Pattern Brace Attachments A set of unissued 37 pattern brace attachments which allowed the cross-straps to be attached to the belt without the need to wear the ammunition pouches. The brace attachments are maker marked Z.L.&T.LTD and dated 1943.
Canadian 51 Pattern Holster This is a Canadian 51 pattern holster for use with the Browning Hi-Power. This example is actually dated 1954, however a 4 has been over- stamped on top of the 5 to make it appear it is dated 1944.
Canadian Air Force Navigator Badge This is a Royal Canadian Air Force navigator\'s qualification badge.
Canadian Army Beret A nice example of a Canadian army beret, which is maker marked \"Dorthea Knitting Mills Ltd\", dated 1945 and size stamped 7.1/8.
Canadian Army Beret This is a nice example of Canadian army beret, with the \"Royal Regiment of Canada\" cap badge. The beret was produced by \"DOROTHN KNITTING MILLS LTD, TORONTO\". The beret is size stamped 7.1/4\" and dated 1945.
Canadian Battle Dress Blouse This is a nice example of a Canadian Battle Dress blouse which is dated July 1945 and was produced by \"TIP TOP TAILORS LTD\". The blouse has had medal rippons and unit insignia which as been removed. I believe the unit may have the Canadian paratroopers as the it is clearly visible that the jump wings have been removed from the right breast. The buttons on the epaulettes are missing, however these can easily be found. The blouse is size stamped 4.
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers A mint example of officer modified Canadian battle dress trousers, which have had the map and field dressing pockets removed. Two fob pockets and belt loops added. The trousers are a large size 13 and dated March 1943.
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers A nice example of unissued Canadian battle dress trousers which are dated 1944 and are size marked 3, \"31\' TO 32\" waist.
Canadian BD Blouse This is a mint un-issued Canadian Battle dress blouse, which differed in colour and quality of material, to the British made BD\'s. This example example is size stamped 3 and has faint manufacturers stamp and the letter \"C\", within a circle.
Canadian Bren Gunners Spare Parts Wallet This is a Canadian manufactured Bren gunners spare parts wallet, which is maker marked.
Canadian General Service Gas Mask & Haversack This is in fact a British made General service gas mask issued to the Canadian army identified by the letter "C" with a broad arrow stamp. The mask is in excellent condition and dated 1940. The gas mask comes with a 1942 dated haversack which is maker marked "W&G.LTD" ( Waring & Gillow ). A packet of anti-gas eyeshields, lense dimmer and a 1939 dated field dressing are included.
Canadian MKII Ross Bayonet This is a MKII Ross bayonet which is dated December 1915 and comes with its leather frog. The blade point of the bayonet has snapped off, likely to have been caused in combat. The pommel is marked "Ross Rifle Co, Quebec" and has the patent date of 1907. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Canadian No4 MK1 Rifle Sling This is Canadian made webbing sling for the No4 MK1 rifle, which differs from the British made examples by having steel fittings painted olive drab.
Canadian No4 MKII Bayonet This is a Canadian made No4 MKII bayonet for the No4 MK1 rifle. This example was produced by Crown Corporation Small Arms Ltd, between 1942 to 1944. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Canadian No4 MKII Bayonet This is a Canadian made No4 MKII bayonet which has the makers code of a letter "B" within the Letter "L" for Longbranch. The No4 bayonet was used with the No4 rifle and MK5 Sten gun. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Canadian WW2 Dated Webbing Sling This is a 1944 dated Canadian marked webbing sling for the No4, 303 rifle.
Carrying Frame ( Traggestell M39 ) This is the rare Traggestell M39 carrying frame designed for the 5cm mortar. It allowed the mortar to be carried in a broken down form ( baseplate and mortar tube assembly ). The Traggestell would have also carrying the ammunition tin carrying 10 mortar rounds. This example is in semi-relic condition and missing all of its webbing straps.
Cased Knights Cross Of War Merit Cross Without Swords A very rare example of the Knights Cross of War Merit Cross without Swords. This example is in its original case. The medal is halmarked with an 800 silver hallmark on the inner edge on the central downward facing arm. The medal is also LDO marker marked on the lower part of the suspension loop with the number "50". The case lid is lined with white linen and the case body has a black felt incert. The medal was awarded in recongnition of outstanding war production in both performance and teamwork.
Cavalry Spurs Wehrmacht issue Cavalry spurs. The leather has been expertly replaced. There are no markings or waffenampts.
Chief Air Raid Warden Chevrons A pair of Chief Air Raid warden rank chevrons.
Chinese AK Chest Rig This is a Chinese AK chest rig, which would hold three AK magazines, cleaning kit, loading tool and oil bottles. This pattern rig was also used by North Vietnamese forces during the Vietnam War.
Chinese Custom AK47 Assault Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Chinese made AK47 which has been customised for easy concealment. The butt has been removed and the barrel shortened. It also has a 20 round magazine. This example does not cock or dry fire it is completely welded up. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Chinese SKSK Type 56 Self-Loading Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The is a Chinese copy of the Soviet SKS self-loading carbine which was designed by Sergei Gavrilovich Simonov in 1943 and entered Soviet service in 1945 and remained in Soviet production to 1958. The Chinese copied the SKS in the early 1950's with the main difference being the cruciform folding bayonet, where the Soviet examples tend to have flat sided folding bayonet. The Chinese made versions where supplied in large numbers to the North Vietnamese Army and the Viet-con during the Vietnam-War. This example does not cock or dry fire. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Cholm Shield This is a rare un-issued Cholmshield which appars to have suffered with some water damage. The shield retains its paper backing and was instituted on 1.7.1942.
Cigarette Case This is a unmarked period metal cigarette case.
Cigarette Papers A packet of Polish made cigarette papers, which would have been brought by German soldiers serving in Poland. The Cigarette papers have the makers name \"HERBEWO, KRAKOW\".
Civilian Issue Gas Mask This is a civilian issue gas mask still in it's original cardboard box and is in un-issued condition. The filter and gas mask are both proof marked ( Waffenampts ).
Civilian Ration Card This is a civilian ration card made out to Fritz Knackfub who was born on 16th November 1891 and was living in Berling when the card was issued on 17th June 1941. The last date in the ration card is 31/12/1943. Please read item number 55429, which is the ration card for Fritz Knackfub's daugher Charlotte, who's card was issued 14th September 1942 and continues to 31st August 1949.
Claymore M57 Firing Device This is a M57 firing device for the Apers M18 anti-personnel mine.
CO2 Gas Cylinder Packet For M1926 Life Preserver This is rare packet containing six CO2 gas cylinders for use with the U.S. Navy issue M1926 life Preserver. The M1926 life preserver was issued to all military personal on troop transporters and taking part on amphibious landings. The M1926 Life preserver would take two CO2 Gas filled cylinders to automatically inflate. The six cylinders in this listing are empty and are for display only.
Collings Foundation Flight Jacket This is a limited addition Collings Foundation flight jacket. The Collings Foundation primary aim is to source, restore and maintain historic aircraft.The jacket is size marked small, however it should fit a 40" to 42" chest.
Combination U-Boat Mechanics one piece Leather Suit This is an all leather blanket lined one piece leather suit.Which was worn by U-Boat mechanics and also worn by panzer crews, especially the 12th SS Hilter Youth. The suit is in very good condition with all the zips and press studs in good working order. The suit has side zips which allows the wearer to have access to his uniform worn underneath.
Commando Signals Formation Patches A nice set of Commando Signals formation patches.
Compress Bandage This is a compress bandage, which would have been part of the contents of a Luftschutz medical box.
Comrades of the Royal Air Force Association This is a small booklet given to members of the Comrades of the Royal Air Force Association. The booklet is name to a W.A. Mitchinson and dated 5th September 1938.
Cotton Roll This is a un-opend packet of cotton roll " Wundwatte" which is dated 20th May 1940.
Croatian Volunteers Sleeve Badge This is an embroided Croatian volunteers sleeve badge which is still attached to the feldgrey backing cloth. The Croatian volunteers serving with the German army was formed into the Infantry Division 369.
Croatian Volunteers Sleeve Badge This is a machine embroidered armed shield worn by members of the Croatian volunteers serving with the Wehrmacht, which formed them into the 369th Infantry Division. This example has been cut directly off the sleeve, retaining part off the fieldgrey material.
Cut Throat Razor A Solingen cut throat razor named as Puma and comes with its original brown bakelite box. The condition of the razor is rather rusty and the pin, keeping the white plastic handles together is missing.
Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is an untouched Czech army M32 helmet retaining nearly all of its original paint. The liner is in relatively good condition the chinstrap has dried and the buckle has come away.
Czechoslovakian CZ27 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is actually a Wehrmacht issue example made under occupation and stamped with a three letter makers code for "Bohmische Waffenfabrik AG" which makes this a late-war manufactured example. It is also stamped with a waffenampt. Early war made examples will have the makers full name. Before the German occupation of Czechoslovakia the company was called Ceska Zbrojovka. For Non-EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Czechoslovakian M32 Helmet This is a very nice example of the Czechoslovakian M32 helmet which is complete with its leather pads and chinstrap and retains all of its original finish. The Shell and pads are maker marked \"SDH\" for Sandrik in Dolne Hamre, which is in modern Slovakia. The helmet and liner pads are all dated 1936. One of the pads has a tare otherwise all the pads are in excellent condition.
Czechoslovakian VZ23 Bayonet This is a good example of the VZ23 bayonet, which was widely exported with the VZ24 rifle and helped to become the building block of the Czech arms industry that was prospering during the inter-war years. The ricasso is marked with the Czech lion with the number 26, which is the year of production 1926. The opposite side of the ricasso is also stamped "CSZ". Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Czechoslovakian VZ24 Mauser Stock This is a Czechoslovakian VZ24 mauser stock, however the stock has been modified around the bolt area. The metal fittings are all missing, except for one sling swivel and the two barrel band retaining springs. U.K. Sales Only
D-Day This is detailed history of the D-Day landings and preparations for the invasion of Fortress Europe with over 100 photographs and maps The book was published by Bison Books Limited in 1981.
Daimon Torch A un-issued 1930's manufactured Daimon made torch.
DAK ( Deutsches Afrika Korps ) Breeches A very nice example for a pair of DAK breeches. This example is in very good condition and is dated M43. The item has the usual size markings.
DAK 2nd Pattern Field Cap This is a 2nd pattern field cap which is dated 1942 and would have been worn by members of the DAK ( Deutches Afrika Corps ). The cap retains it's leather sweatband, which has dried and crack, however the rest of the cap is in very good condition with a faint maker's stamp "Kurt Scheer, Uniformen Waffenfabrik". It is also size stamped "57".
DAK Oberschutze Pip This is a mint un-issued example of an Oberschutze pip ( Private First Class ) rank badge as worn by members of the Deutsches Afrika Korps.
DAK Shoulder Boards A pair of unissued Deutsches Afrika Korps ( DAK ) shoulder boards, which still retain their factory binding. The shoulder boards are piped white for Infantry and hold the rank of Utteroffizier (senior-corporal).
Dan Wesson 357 CTG Magnum ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. Daniel Wesson worked for Smith & Wesson from 1938 to 1963. After Smith & Wesson brought by Bangor-Punta, Daniel Wesson decided to set up his own manufacturing firm in order to produce high quality American made revolvers for service and competition use. Dan Wesson Arms was established in 1968 and has its headquarters in Monson, Masschusetts. This example is a stainless steel example of the 6" barrel 357 ctg maganum in excellent condition. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Danish Madsen Light Machine Gun Magazine This is a magazine in 7.92 calibre for the Danish Madsen light machine gun.
Danish SS Schaumburg Cap Badge This is a rare un-cut bevo cap insignia for the Danish SS schaumburg Corps, which was part of the 11th Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Nordland.
Demjansk Shield This is an extremely nice example of a the Demjansk shield which was authorised on 25th April 1943 to commemorate the defence of the town of Demjansk by the Second Army Corps under the command of General Graf Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt. The award has fieldgrey cloth and paper backing.
Demjansk Shield A good example of a Demjansk shield with fieldgrey cloth and retaining it's paper backing. However one of the four retaining pins has broke away. The award was introduced on 25th April 1943, to commemorate the defence of the town of Demjansk by the Second army, which was commanded by General Graf Brockendorff-Ahlefeldt.
Demjansk Shield This is a good exmaple the the Demjansk shield which was introduced on 25th April 1943, to commemorate the defence of the town of Demjansk, by the Second Army. Which was commanded by General Graf Brockdorff-Ahlefeldt.
Denim M43 Tunic This is a army issue denim tunic cut to the style of an M43 woollen tunic. The tunic is in very good condition. The artifical silk lining is gold in colour and is approximately a size 40" to 42" chest. All markings have been washed out.
Denim Reed Green Fatique Tunic A mint example of an Army fatique tunic. There are no size markings or manufacture stamp.
Desalter Kit Seawater Mk2 This is part of a U.S. pilot's survival kit which would have been issued with the SV1 and SV2 survival vests. The desalter kit was issued to allow a downed pilot to produce drinking water from seawater. This example is complete and was manufactured by "VAN BRODE MILLING Co, Inc" and dated 1968.
Deutsche Arbeiter Jugend HJ Badge This enamelled badge with the inscription "Deutsche Arbeiter Jugend H.J" "( German Workers Youth, Hitler Youth ), Was worn by state workers associated with the Hitler Youth. The back of the badge is "rzm" marked.
Deutsche Arbeits Front Paybook This is a D.A.F. paybook ( German Labour Front ), named to Gerhards Reiner, born 15th January 1891. The paybook is dated from December 1939, the last date entry 9th July 1943. The book contains a number of stampings.
Dilpomatic & Government Cap Eagle This is embroided aluminium thread with black felt backing peak cap eagle and was worn by members of the German diplomatic and government officials. The eagle retains most of its paper backing.
Disabled Veterans Label Badge This is a label badge for National Socialist Disabled War Veterans Support Association ( Nationalsozialistisches Kreigsoferversorgung ). The reverse of the badge is maker marked.
Divisional Badge A un-known sleeve divisional badge.
Dominican San Cristobal Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactviation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The San Cristobal carbine may be termed as a submachine gun as it is identical to the Hungarian Danuvia 43M submachine gun. Both weapons where designed by Pal Kiraly who came to the Dominican Republic as an expatriate in 1948. The San Cristobal also known as the Cristobal Automatic rifle went into production in 1950 until 1966 when production ceased with over 200,000 being produced. The weapon was used by Che Geuvara during the Cuban Revolution. This example is in good condition with a full moving action. ( Pre-1995 Deactivation ). For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Double Decal Police M35 Helmet This is a good example of a double decal M35 police helmet, which has a very nice apple green gloss finish. Unfortunately the decals are partly present. The police decal is approximately 30% remaining and the swastika decal is approximately 45% remaining. The helmet shell is size stamped "SE66" and the batch number "0086". The liner is in excellant condition, however the chinstrap is missing. The liner appears to have never been removed from the helmet.
Dummy MK1 Bren Gun Barrel This is dummy MK1 Bren gun barrel which the barrel is made of aluminium. However the carrying handle and front end of the barrel are original. U.K. Sales Only.
Dust Goggles A set of four unissued dust goggles all still attached to their issue pouch and retaining the cloth between the lenses, which is normally missing. The pouch has a faint waffenampt and a maker's code 'gng' ( Auer-Gesellschaft AG ).
E-Boat War .Badge 2nd Pattern This is the 2nd pattern of the E-Boat war badge, which is non-maker marked.
Early Enfield Muzzle Loaders Reference Manual This is a reference manual on early Enfield muzzle loaders which is part of the Small Arms Profile series.
Early Rare Pattern Tan Rain Cape This is the early pattern tan rain cap, which differs from the mid-war pattern by the shape of the collar and the front slash openings for the arms. The early pattern rain capes where made from a light weight oilskin. The oilskin was more fragile then the mid-war rubberised examples and tended to rip when worn, resulting in them being thrown away, making existing examples extremely rare. This example has two little rips around the collar. It is maker marked \"Weinberg & Sons Ltd, Manchester\" and dated 1942. It also has the original owners name stencilled \"D.F. KENTRE\".
East German Helmet The East Geman helmet was first developed during the Third Reich by the Army Weapons Office as far back as 1942 and was designated as the B/II helmet and went under ballistic tests in 1944 with positive results. This was in spite of Hitler forbidding any future development of any new Helmets as the traditional helmet was a symbol of the Greater German Freedom struggle. This example is in excellent condition.
East Lancashire Single Shoulder Title A embroided example of a single shoulder title belonging to the East Lancashire infantry Regiment. ( English ).
East-German Flare Holster This is a East-German made flare holster, which was produced to hold the WW2 manufactured German 27mm flare pistol, as illustruated by picture 4. The holster is dated Jan 1959 and is unit marked. Ideal for living-history, battle re-enactment or display purposes.
Edelweiss Arm Badge The Edelweiss Arm Badge, was worn by Gebirgsjager personal ( Mountain troops ). This example is the standard pattern Bevo quality, which has been removed from a tunic.
Edward VIII Royal Engineers Cap Badge This is an extremely rare example of the Royal Engineers cap badge which was minted during the reign of Edward VIII form the 20th January 1936 to 11th December 1936. This example was never worn and was produced as a sample. The badge is still attached to its cardboard sleeve and its original paper wrapping. This is the 3rd sample to be produced for approval by the Ministry Of Defence.
Egyptian AK Webbing Sling This is extremely well used Egyptian made webbing sling for the AK assault rifle.
Embroidered German Cross in Gold The German Cross in gold was introduced on 28th April 1941 and was to recognise the bravey of individual servicemen above which was required for the bestowal of the Iron Cross 1st Class but not up to the Knight's Cross. This example is the embroidered verison which was introduced on 5th June 1942 and was purely for field use. It is in very good conditition retaining it's paper backing.
Enameled Waterbottle Set This is a enameled waterbottle which was only made in 1942. The waterbottle comes with a non dated cap and a 1943 dated pouch, which also has a faint makers stamp. There was two enameled variations in the form of the M-1910 as in this example and the M-1942 waterbottle.
Engineer Leutnant Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type Engineer Leutnant shoulder straps
Engineer Special Brigade Patch This is the unit patch of the Engineer special brigade, which was amphibious force developed in 1941 due to the U.S. Military's need for a large strategic and tactical capability.
Engineer Special Brigade Patch This is the unit patch of the Engineer special brigade which was an amphibious force, developed in 1941 due to the U.S. military's need for a large strategic and tactical capability.
Engineers Equipment Bag This is a rare engineers equipment bag which would have carried various equipment and explosive devices including fuses. The bag has a maker code of bwz ( Auer-Gesellschaft AG ) and is also clearly waffenampted. It has a webbing strap to allow the pouch to be attached to the carrying frame.
Entrenching Tool & Cover This is a French made copy of the U.S. M-1943 entrenching tool. The entrenching tool is stamped \"C.A.O.GENIE.FRANCE\". The cover is a Tap 50 cover.
ERDL Tropical Trousers This is a ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ). The ERDL camouflage uniform was first restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969, it was selected issue to front-line Infantry companies. The trousers are dated 1969 and was produced by "GLEN'S ALL-AMERICAN SPORTSWEAR.Inc" The trouser have been repaired at the knees with ERDL material and are extremely small size. Waist 27".
Erma Submachine Gun Manual This is a manual which is shows the different types of submachine guns produced by Erma. The manual is part of the Small Arms Profile series.
Esbit Stove This is an Esbit stove which was carried in the M31 bread bag or assault pack.
Esbit Stove This is an Esbit stove which would have been carried in the M31 bread bag or assault pack.
Esbit Stove This is an Esbit stove which would have been carried in the M31 bread bag or assault pack.
Essex Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Essex Regiment.
Essex Regiment Cap Badge Essex Regiment cap badge. The regiment was formed in 1881 and disbanded in 1958.
Estonian Volunnteers Sleeve Shield This is the sleeve shield worn by Estonian volunteers serving in the Wehrmacht.
Estro Privat Razor Blades A packet of Estro Privat razor blades
European, African & Middle Eastern Medal This medal was award to all U.S. Service personal who serviced in Europe, Africa and the Middle East campaigns.
FE41 Gasmask Filter This is a un-issued FE41 gasmask filter, which still retains it's caps. The fitler is maker marked on the base cap "fcc" ( Hermann Nier, Metallwarenfabrik ).
Feld Gendarmerie Collar Tabs A set of Field Gendarmerie ( Military Police ) collar tabs.
Feldfu.B Radio Control Panel This is a control panel for the Feldfu.B radio. It still has it's control switch, and microphone and earphone sockets.
Feldpost Booklet This is a rare feldpost booklet which features pictures of alpine area of the Reich.
Feldpost Booklet This is a rare feldpost booklet featuring pictures of forestry area throughout the Reich. This example rear cover has come away.
Female Political Leaders Badge This is a badge worn by non-uniformed personnel of the wartime-organisation which combined the membership of the female political leaders of the NSDAP and the German Women\'s Welfare Work. The reverse of the badge is \"RZM\" and marker marked \" M1/137\" ( Richard Simm & Sohn ).
Feul-Tablet This is a tin of fuel-tablets for ration heating. Manufactured by S.C,Johnson & Son, Incorporated.
Field Bandage This is a 1960 dated field bandge, still in it's original cardboard box. The bandage was produced by "Johnson & Johnson" and is marked "U.S. Contract".
Field Bandage This is a 1960 dated field bandage still in it's cardboard box. The bandage was produced by "Johnson & Johnson" and is marked "U.S. Contract".
Field Bandage This is a 1960 dated field bandage still in it's cardboard box. The bandage was produced by "Johnson & Johnson" and is marked "U.S. Contract".
Field Bandage This is a 1960 dated field bandage still in it's cardboard box. The bandage was produced by "Johnson & Johnson" and is marked "U.S. Contract".
Field Bandage This is a 1960 dated field bandage still in it's cardboard box. The bandage was produced by "Johnson & Johnson" and is marked "U.S. Contract".
Field Phone Leather Carrying Strap This leather carrying strap is for M33 Field telephone ( Feldfernsprecher ). The straps are post-war Norwegian made, but are identical to the German wartime pattern, except for the colour. However the straps can be dyed brown quite easily. The strap is unissued condition.
Field Post Game This is complete example of a game which would have been brought at home and sent via the army field post office. The game was produced by "Halma Spiel" and still retains it's instruction label on the inside of the lid.
Field Post Paperback Story Book This is fieldpost paperback story book called "Der Kapitan" ( The Captain ). The paperback would have been available through the Whermacht Field Post as it is marked "Feldpostagusgabe".
Field Surgeon's Pouch This is a late-war Field Surgeon's medical pouch, which is made of artifical leather ( Presstoff ), except for the lid and straps, which are real leather. The pouch has tan coloured metal fittings and is in excellant condition.
Field Torch This is a field torch which is maker stamped Pertrix with the serial number 679L. The torch contains a spare balb. The leather straps are in good condition.
Fieldphone This is a fieldphone used by the Swedish Army, which is not dated. The phone has the Swedish Crown scratched on the front with the initials C.F. However the phone is retains the German phonetic code and is still in good working order.
Fighting Knife This is a unknown fighting knife, which i suspect may be U.S. or West German private purchase made. The nylon frog looks very similar to 1967 pattern U.S. nylon webbing, however the pommel and handle screws look German in origin. Proof of age must be provided. U.K.Sales.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other war films from the 1960\'s and 1970\'s. This example has had all its insignia and buttons removed. The branch of service piping is \"golden-yellow\" for aircrew and paratroopers. If original insignia and buttons are applied it will enhance the appearance of the tunic. The tunic is approximately size 44\" to 46\" chest and was produced by M.Berman LTD, London. The firm producec costumes for the British film industry in the 1950\'s and 1960\'s.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic, which may have been used in films such as, The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other war films from the 1960\'s and 1970\'s. This particular tunic has no branch of service piping and all insignia has been removed including the buttons. However if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. This example is approximately a size 40\" to 42\' chest and was produced by \"M.Berman LTD, London\", who made costumes for British film industry in the 1950\'s and 1960\'s.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films, such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other 1960\'s and 1970\'s war films. The tunic was produced by the London firm \"M.Berman LTD and is approximately a size 44\" to 46\" chest. It has had all its insignia and buttons removed. However if original insignia and buttons are applied it will enhance the appearance of the Tunic. It has the branch of service piping is yellow for aircrew and paratroopers.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic, which may have been used in films such as The Great Escape, Battle of Britain and various other 1960\'s and 1970\'s war films. The tunic was produced the London firm \"M.Berman LTD\" who manufactured costumes for the British film industry in the 1950\'s and 1960\'s. All the insignia and buttons have been removed, however if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. It has the branch of service collar piping \"Yellow\" for aircrew and paratroopers and is approximately a size 38\" chest.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films, such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other war films from the 1960\'s and 1970\'s. This example has had all of its insignia and buttons removed. However it does have NCO\'s collar braid and the branch of service piping \"golden-yellow\" for aircrew and paratroopers. If original insignia and buttons are applied it will definitely enhance the appearance of the tunic. It also retains it manufacturers label \"M.Berman LTD, London\". The label is also marked with the size 36\" chest. The firm produced costumes for the British film industry during the 1950\'s and 1960\'s
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films such as the Great Escape, Battle of Britain and various other 1960\'s and 1970\'s war films. The tunic has had all of its insignia and buttons removed. However if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. This example retains the London firms label who produced the tunic \"M.Berman LTD\" who manufactured costumes for the British film industry during the 1950\'s and 1960\'s. The label is also marked with the size of the tunic 40\" Chest. The collar branch of service piping is dark green, which was used for the following Luftwaffe departments, Photographic Service, Motor transport, weapons and munitions, Aircraft technicians, Cartographic and Lithographic service, Signals and communications, medical and Air Traffic control, Security and Meteorology .
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic, which may have been used in films, such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other war films from the 1960\'s and 1970\'s. This example has had all its insignia including the buttons removed. However it does have the NCO\'s collar braid and the branch of service piping \"Golden-Yellow\" for Aircrew and Paratroopers. If original insignia and buttons are applied it would definitely enhance the appearance of the tunic. It also retains the manufactures label \"M.Berman LTD, London\". The label also is marked with the size 38\" chest and 34\" waist. The firm produced costumes for British film industry in the 1950\'s and 1960\'s.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have been used in films, such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other 1960\'s and 1970\'s war films. The tunic was produced by the London firm \"M.Berman LTD\" and has had all its insignia and buttons removed. However it retains its NCO\'s collar braid and the branch of service coloured piping \"yellow\" for aircrew and paratroopers. The tunic is approximately a size 42\" to 44\" chest. If original insignia is applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic.
Film Prop Luftwaffe Tunic This is a 1960\'s British made film prop Luftwaffe tunic which may have in used in films, such as The Great Escape, The Battle of Britain and various other war films from the 1960\'s and 1970\'s. This particular tunic has the branch of service white piping for the elite Herman Goring Regiment and NCO collar braid. All other insignia including the buttons have been removed. However if original insignia and buttons are applied it would enhance the appearance of the tunic. The tunic was made by \"M.Berman LTD, London\", who produced costumes for the British film industry in the 1950\'s and 1960\'s. The tunic is approximately a size 44\'\' to 46\" chest.T
Finish Army 6x30 Binoculars This is a 1941 dated example of what i believe are Finish Army issue 6x30 binoculars. The binoculars are very similar in design to German 6x30 binoculars. This example has cyrillic and latin charactors. The eye pieces are rubber not bakerlite as is common with the German examples. The optics are clear.
Finish Army Messtin This is a Finish Army messtin similar to the German M31 messtin. This example is maker maked and dated 1943.
Finish M1891 Mosin Nagant Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The Mosin Nagant M1891 rifle was the most widely used rifle by the Finish army between 1918 to 1945 and was still in service as late as 1988. This example is dated 1942, in good condition and was produce by "TIKKA" . The left side of the receive is stamped with "SA" ( Suomen Armeija ) which is a Finish Army property marking. Non EU Sales Only. However it can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK Specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Finish M1891 Mosin Nagant Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The Mosin Nagant M1891 was the most widely used rifle used by the Finish army from 1918 to 1945 and was still in service as late as 1988. This example started life as an Imperial Russian rifle where in 1918 the Finns inherited 180,000 Mosin Nagants from Russia. The majority had the the Imperial Tsarist markings removed, however this example retains the Tsarist Eagle of Nicholas Alexander II on the receiver which is also marked with the letters "SA" ( Suomen Armeija ), which is a Finnish army property marking. The barrel is also mark the symbol of the "TIKKA" arsenal and dated 1943. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK Specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Finish M1891 Mosin Nagant Rifle Stock This is a two piece stock for the Finish M1891 Mosin Nagant rifle. The stock comes with its upper hand guard which does have a split in its centre. U.K. Sales only.
Finish Officers Summer Tunic This is a a Infantry Lieutenant\'s tunic who has the ski troops emblem upon the epaulettes. The tunic has a number of size markings and is dated 1941. The collar and cuffs have frayed.
Fire Police Instruction & Regulations Manual This is a 1938 dated Fire Police instruction and regulations manul, which covers fighting fires and command signals. The manual was printed by E.S.Litter & Sohn, Berlin.
Fire Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) A very nice example of a a Fire Police officers ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) peaked cap. This example was made by \" Extra\", which is stamped on the sweatband. The celluloid triangle has unfortunately been removed. The size of the cap is approximately as size 59.
Fire Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) This is a nice example of of a early style Fire Police ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) officers peaked cap. The material of the cap is black wool, not the more common dark blue. The cap also has the first pattern police eagle. The celluloid triangle is missing.
Fire Police Other Ranks Visor Cap This is a other ranks fire police ( Feuerschutzpolizei ) visor cap, which is contract made and has the trademark "Pekuro", which was a well known established company by Peter Kupper. The celluloid is intact and the cap is in good condition, except for minor mothing to the cap's rear around the branch of service piping. The cap still retains' it's original size tag, which is quite rare to find on Third Reich caps.
First Aid Dressing This is a 1941 first aid dressing, which would have been part of the contents for a vehicle first aid box, Luftschutz first aid box or a field surgeons pack.
Flieger-SA Collar Patch A single collar patch belonging to the Flying branch of the SA. The collar patch has a metal winged propellear with a swastika in the centre. The number 3 is the unit number.
Flieger-SA Collar Patches A very nice pair of Flieger-SA collar patches which are emerald green in colour, which is the group colour for Nordmark. The flieger cyphered collar patch retains its paper RZM label.
Flieger-SA Collar Tabs A nice set of Flieger-SA collar tabs, which retains their "rzm" paper labels. The rank of the collar tabs are that of SA-Sturmfuhrer and and orange-yellow piping for Niedershausen
Ford Mutt In Detail ( M151A1, A1/A2 ) This is a photo manual for modellers on the Ford Mutt M151A1, M151A2 and the M718 jeep. The manual was published by Wings & Wheels in 2000.
Foreign M7 Bayonet Variant This is foreign made variant of the U.S. M7 bayonet . However i am not sure which country produced the bayonet which comes with a brown plastic M8 style scabbard. The U.S. markings and 1942 dated are not genuine. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Forestry Marksman Lanyard This is the marksman qualification lanyard with two acorns
Forestry Officials M43 Cap This is a near mint example of a Forestry officials M43 cap, which has the special buttons only used by the Forestry officials. The cap is piped green and has light green artitical silk lining. The lining does have some sweat staining. The cap is approximately a size 59
Forestry Officials Tunic This is a nice example of a Forestry officials tunic with the rank of Revierforster ( 1st Lieutenant ). The forst and game administration was formerly under the control of the Lander or individual German states, were united by the Nazis into the Office of the Forest Master ( Reichforstamt ) under the control of Herman Goring as Chief Forester. The tunic has a pocket slash to allow a Forestry dagger or sword to be worn.
Forestry Service National Emblem Visor Cap Insignia The is the national emablem insignia worn on visor caps of the Gemeinde Forst Dienst ( General Forestry Service ).
Four Medal Group This is a un-named four medal group consisting of the 1939-1945 Star, the African Star, the Defence Medal and the 1939-1945 War Medal.
Free Indian Legion Badage This is an extremely rare bevo badge worn by volunteers to the Free Indian Legion, which was founded in 1942 by the exiled Indian politician Subhas Chandra Bose. The Free Indian legion was supposed to form the nucleus of a future Indian National Army. It consisted mainly of former British prisoners of war who had been taken prisoner in France and North Africa. The legion was officially formed in June 1942 and designated Infantry Regiment 950 of the German army. The regiment was trained in occupied France, however it never saw action and was transferred to the control of the Waffen-SS in August 1944. After Nazi Germany's surrender in May 1945 the remaining members of the Indian Legion where captured by U.S. and French troops and where sent back to India to be tried as traitors. However due to the Indian public uproar the trails where never completed and the serving members released from British captivity.
French Army M26 Casque Adrian Artillery Helmet This is a very good example of a French Artillery M26 adrian helmet. The helmet has the flaming grenade and cannon emblem which identifies the helmet\'s branch of service as artillery. The \"R.F\" letters on either side of the Infantry emblem stands for \"Republic of France\"
French Army Pliers & Pouch A French army pliers and pouch, based on the U.S. WW2 model. Ideal for re-enactment.
French Army M26 Casque Adrian Artillery Helmet This is a French army M26 casque adrian helmet which has the branch of service emblem for artillery. The helmet is in very good condition, with nearly all of its original green paint. However the artillery emblem is loose and only retains one of its three retaining pins. The letters on the artillery emblem \"R.F\", stand for \"Republic of France\"
French Army Officers Tunic This is a French army officers tunic, which has the collar insignia of the 81st Infantry Regiment. The tunic has the rank bars of a 2nd Lieutenant. This example is in extremely good condition.
French Army Officers Tunic This is a French Infantry army officers tunic, which retains its private purchase tailors label. The tunic has non-standard ball buttons. Unfortunately one of the buttons is missing. The tunic has some minor mother damage to the lower right side. It has no rank bars to the sleeves.
French Deactivated Flare Pistol This is a early 1900\'s French flare pistol which was used during WW1. This example is in excellent condition and maker marked \"G.G.&C\" which identifies the maker as \"Grivolet Gerest Fils et Compagnie\". U.K. Sales Only
French Field Dressing This is a type 49 pattern field dressing, which is marked \"PANSEMENT INDIVIDUEL, TYPE 49\" and is dated 1954.
French Field Pouch This is a French field pouch
French Fusil Gras Mle 1874/M80 Rifle ( Obsolete Calibre ) This is a Fusil Gras Mle 1874/M80 rifle which was the French army's primary service rifle from 1874 to 1886. The rifle was designed by Basile Gras who developed the rifle between 1872 to 1874 as a response to the German adoption of the Mauser model 1871 rifle. In 1880 the Mle 1874 was modified to have an improved breechblock and was given additional designation M80 for the year of modification This example was manufactured by "D'Armes de Saint Etienne and dated 1879 with the breechblock modification and the additional designation M80. The rifle is deemed as an obsolete calibre under the section 58 of the firearms act. No licence is required. U.K. Sale Only.
French Horizon Blue Tunic This is a 1929 dated French horizon blue tunic which was still being worn by reservists and non-combat units in September 1939. The the Khaki uniform did not become standard issue until 1935, with the new uniform becoming universally issued in early 1940. This example is a large tunic and has the insignia of the 43rd Field Artillery Regiment. The left sleeve has 6 service strips indicated the original owner had served 3 years. The tunic has suffered with some minor mothing, mainly to the lower left side. The inside of the tunic is also stamped with the \"TRAONEUEZ\", which was a French film studio.
French Legion Sleeve Shield This is a un-cut bevo 2nd pattern sleeve shield worn by members of the French legion. The French Legion " Legion des Volontaires Francais ( L.V.F.) was formed in July 1941. and was officially designated as reinforced Infantry Regiment 638. Following training in Poland, the legion was posted in Russia. The legion distinguished themselves in front-line battles and in anti-partisan operations. The legion repeatedly suffered heavy casualties, but was kept at full strength. On 1st September 1944 the legion was transferred to the control of the Waffen-SS and was amalgmated with the French SS Assault Brigade to the form Waffen-SS Grenadier Brigade Charlemagne
French M15 Colonial Casque Adrian Helmet This is a good example of a French M15 casque adrian helmet, which has the badge of the Colonial Infantry and the letters \"RF\" ( Republic of France ). The helmet still retains its liner and chinstrap, both of which are still quite soft considering their age.
French M15 Adrian Helmet This is a French M15 adrian helmet which has been overpainted green for use with the French army in the 1920\'s when they finally switched from horizon blue uniforms to Khaki uniforms during this period. However the original WW1 blue paint is still visible underneath the green overpaint. The helmet has been relined with pigs leather and is maker marked and dated January 1923. It is also marked \"Paris\" The branch of service badge of the flaming bomb is for Infantry. The French army continued to use the M15 Adrian helmet to the late 1920\'s when it was finally replaced with the M26 adrian helmet.
French M15 Souvenir Helmet This is a French M15 helmet which was given to WW1 French army veterans who saw action during the Great War. The brass plate with the inscription \"Soldat De La Grande Guerre 1914-1918\" ( Solder of the Great War ) has been riveted to the visor. The shell retains over 80% of it\'s original blue paint, the liner is partially remaining and the helmet is missing it\'s chinstrap. The badge with the flaming bomb and crossed cannons identifies the helmet belonged to the artillery branch of service. The letters \"RF\" stands for \"Republic of France\".
French M1886/15 Bayonet This is a M1886/15 bayonet, with out the hook quilon which was introduced in 1915. The bayonet is in very good condition. However it is missing its scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
French M26 Adrian Helmet This is a nice example of a French M26 Adrian helmet, which retains it\'s liner and chinstrap. The branch of service badge identifies the helmet belonging to the Infantry. The underside of the front visor has the original owner\'s name scratched into it \"AMIET\".
French M26 Adrian Helmet This is a French M26 Adrian helmet, which is missing it\'s branch of service badge and has been repainted. It is s large size helmet approximately a size 58.
French M26 Adrian Helmet A French M26 Adrian helmet, which has the branch of service badge for Army. The helmet is in very good condtion, complete with liner and chinstrap. The inside of the shell is stamped with the contractors name \'G.JAPY\".
French M26 Adrian Helmet A good example of a French army M26 Adrian helmet, retaining most of it's original green paint. The liner and chinstrap are both in very good condition.
French M26 Adrian Helmet This is a very nice example of a French army M26 adrian helmet, which has the branch of service badge cross cannons for artillery. The liner is dated 1938.
French M26 Adrian Helmet A good example of a French M2 Adrian helmet, which has the branch of service badge for Artillery.
French M26 Adrian Helmet A French M26 Adrian helmet, which is in good condition and comes with it\'s original liner and chinstrap and it\'s branch of service badge for Army. The inside of the shell is stamped with the contractors name \"Franck\".
French M26 Adrian Helmet A good example of a 1938 dated French M26 adrian helmet, which retains nearly all of it\'s original green paint. The flaming grenade insignia is the branch of service or Infantry. The liner and chinstrap are both in very good condition. The inside of the crown of the helmet is stamped with the date and manufacturer\'s name \"Bocellier, Paris\".
French M26 Adrian Helmet Shell This is a French M26 Adrian helmet shell which still retains it's branch of service badge crossed cannons for Artillery. The shell is in good condition retaining most of it's original green paint and chinstrap. The inside of the shell is stamped with the contractors name "Garpentier " and the letter "B".
French M26 Casque Adrian Civil Police Helmet This is an M26 Casque Adrian Police helmet. The helmet is painted black with the aluminium grenade symbol with the initals \"RF\" ( Republic of France ).
French M26 Casque Adrian Civil Defence Helmet This is a very good example of a French M26 casque Adrian helmet which has the DP with grenade insignia on the front, \" Defence Passive\" ( Civil Defence ). The green triangle is a unit or divisional marking.
French M45 Air Force Helmet French M45 helmet which has the branch of service badge for the Air Force. The M45 helmet came in two colours khaki for the army and blue for the air force. The helmet is known as the Jeanne de Arc helmet. The M45 was introduced to replace the M26 Adrian in 1946 and remained in service to 1951 when it was replaced with the M51 helmet. This example is in excellent condition retaining most of its original finish. The helmet does not have the standard M45 liner but a armoured, despatch riders liner making this quite a rare example. The manufacturers name is stamped on the inside of the shell "IHIRAULT". The helmet is also size stamped 58.
French Marine/Navy M26 Adrian Helmet This is a good example of a French Marine/Navy M26 Adrian helmet. The helmet is approximately a size 59.
French Mle 1886/15 Bayonet This is a Mle 1886/15 bayonet, which is bascially a Mle 1886 without a hook quillon, which was introduced during WW1 in 1915. The bayonet can be attached the Mle 1886 Label and the Berthier Mle 1907/15 rifles. Under the offensive weapons act. This item must be collected in person. It will not be sent to a residential address. U.K. Sales Only.
French Mle 1886/15 Bayonet This is Mle 1886/15 brass hilt bayonet which does not have the hook quillon and would have been produced after 1915. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only
French Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase example of French officers greatcoat, which has the unit collar patches of the 150th Infantry Regiment. The coat retains the tailers label which reads \" CIVIL MILITAIRE, P.VAUCLAIR, PARIS \". The rank bars on the cuffs are that of a Lieutenant. The coat unfortunately has suffered with some moth damage, especially around the collar. However it does not spoil the overall look.
French Officers Tunic This is a nice example of a French army medical officers tunic, which has the gold gilt buttons of the medical corps and three sleeve rank bars for Captain.
French Tent Quarter This is a 1946 dated, tan French tent quarter in very good condition with no rips or holes. However it does appear have some type of oil stains. The tent quarter would have been used in Indochina war 1946 to 1954.
French Unique Model 51 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a post-war version of the French unique R17 pistol which has the external hammer which was introduced in 1951 as the Model 51. The pistol saw service with the French army and police to the late 1990's. This example is in excellent condition and maker marked "Manufacture D'Armes Des Pyrennees Hendaye". For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
French WW1 inert 8mm Rouds Three inert 8mm rounds two of which are dated 1914 and one is dated 1904. U.K. Sales Only.
French WW1 inert 8mm Rounds Three inert 8mm rounds, all of which are dated 1917. U.K. Sales Only.
French WW1 Inert 8mm Rounds Three inert 8mm rounds all dated 1915. U.K. Sales Only.
French WW1 inert 8mm Rounds Five inert 8mm rounds, which are non-dated. U.K. Sales Only
French WW1 Naval 75mm Shell Case This is a brass French naval 75mm shell case which is dated 1915. However the shell case has been re-used as it has a 1932 dated fired primer. U.K. Sales Only
French WW2 Tankers Helmet This is French armoured crews helmet or more commonly referred to as the tankers helmet . This example retains most of its original finish and has a complete liner. The top of the helmet has suffered with a dent which may have been done during combat, otherwise it is in very, very good condition. The helmet is maker marked \"Franck\"and dated 14th April 1937. The army emblem is WW1 vintage. It was quite common for Post-WW1 French helmets to be fitted with WW1 era insignia.
Fuel Ration Heating Bars A box of unused compressed Trioxane ration heating bars, which would have been used to heat water and various food stuffs. The bars are dated 1970.
Fuel Tablets A tin of fueltablets to heat rations. The fuel tablets where produced by "So-Lo Works Inc".
Fuel Tablets A tin of fuel tablets to heat rations. The fuel tablets where produced by "So-Lo Works Inc".
Fuel Tablets A tin of fuel tablets to heat rations.
Full Metal Jacket Film Poster This is an original film poster for Full Metal Jacket. The right side has a slight rip.
G43 Magazine Pouch This is an un-issued G43 magazine pouch, which is dated 1944 and has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G.Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magazine Pouch A un-issued G43 magazine pouch which is dated 1944 and has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G.Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magazine Pouch This is a 1944 dated G43 magazine pouch which has the maker's code "bla" ( E.G. Leuner GmbH ).
G43 Magzine Pouch This is an un-issued G43 magazine pouch which is waffenampted on the inside of the one cell lids.
Gas Mask Spectacles A individual issue gas mask spectacles, which are named to the original owner "Hans Holland". The case still retains his prescription card.
Gasmask Goggles A set of gasmask goggles, one of the lenses has suffered with a crack. The tin does contains a spare set of ear loops.
Gauze Bandage This is a Wehrmacht issue gauze bandage ( Verbandmull ), which is dated 1940. This item would have been part of the contents of a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) or medic's pouches.
Gefreiter stripe for mid to late war tunics Gefreiter stripe for mid to late war tunics, which has been issued.
Georgian Volunteer Arm Shield This is the printed version of the arm shield worn by volunteers from the province of Georgia in Southern Russia serving in the Wehrmacht. Georgina had been part of the Russian Empire from 1801 to 1918,when it finally worn it's independence, which it briefly enjoyed from 1918 to 1921, when it was annexed by the Soviet Union. However in more recent history, Georgia and Russia when to war in August 2008, when Russia recognised South Ossetia and Abkhazia. Also Joseph Stalin came from Georgia.
Georgian Volunteer Sleeve Insignia The Georgian legion was formed in 1941 and was primarly employed as an anti-partisan force. This example is un-issued bevo type.
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( IN EINEM SOLDATENHEIM ).
German Labour Front Winter Jacket This is the winter jacket worn under the work clothes for members of the Deutsches Arbeitsfront-DAF ( German Labour Front ). The jacket has been stamped with the symbol of the DAF and the NSDAP eagle. The jacket has two slight rips under each arm.
German 27mm Flare Pistol This is 27mm flare pistol used by all branches of the German military during WW2. This example retains most of its original finish dated 1941 and has the three letter makers code "duv" for Berlin-Lubecker. It is also missing its lanyard ring. U.K. Sales Only.
German 50 round MG Belt This is a un-issued wartime produced 50 round MG belt for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. We have a number of these belts instock all of which have maker's codes and wartime dates.
German 50 Round MG Belt This is a un-issued 50 round MG belt for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. We have a number of these instock all of which have maker's codes and wartime dates.
German 6x30 Binoculars 6x30 army issue binoculars marked "H/6400" The letter "H" stands for Heer ( Army ). This example is maker marked "beh", which is the makers code for Ernst Leitz GmbH". This example is missing its leather neck strap, however the optics are in good order.
German 6x30 Binoculars A good example of Ordnance tan finish 6x30 binoculars, which have clear optics. The binoculars are have the maker\'s three letter code \"ddx\", which identifies the maker as \"Voigtlander & Sohn AG\". The binoculars retain their leather neck strap.
German 6x30 Binoculars & Bakelite Case A good example of a 6x30 Binoculars, which are maker marked "Oigee, Berlin". The binoculars are wrapped in hessian, however most likely added after WW2. The binoculars retain their leather neck strap and rubber dust cover, it also has the leather tab to secure the binoculars to the front of the tunic. The optics are in very good condition. This example comes in a bakelite carrying case, which is also in very good condition.
German A-Frame Pouch This pouch was used in conjunction with the A-frame assault pack and would have contained various personal items, such as spare socks, underpants, esbit stove, button dish, wash kit etc. It also has a separate compartment on the inside of the flap for the rifle cleaning kit. This example appears to have had a minor repair to securing strap. Otherwise it is in excellent condition.
German Anti-Dust Goggles A packet of German anti-dust goggles still in their paper packet. This example contains two pairs of goggles.
German Armed Forces Cigarette Card Album This is a complete German Armed forces cigarette card album from around 1936. The album is titled \" Die Deutsche Wehrmacht \" ( The German Armed Forces ). The album has a coloured section on the ranks within all three branches of service.
German Armed Forces Helper's Armband This is the armband worn by German personnel, civilian and non-military uniformed persons, who where attached to, or were working closely with any of the branches of the German Armed Forces.
German Armed Forces Helper\'s Armband This is the armband worn by German civilian and non-military uniformed personnel who where attached to, or working closely with an of the branches of the German Armed Forces.
German Army Sheep Skin Coat This is a Wehrmacht issue sheep skin coat, which has had the sleeves removed and a hole to the lower left side. I can not say, if the sleeves where removed during the period or post 1945. The coat is a large size still retains its buttons,
German Army Belt & Buckle This is a steel German army belt buckle which still has its leather tab attached, which is dated 1939 and has a faint makers stamp. The still buckle has a makers code "RS&S". The buckle comes with leather belt which is size marked "105".
German Army Belt & Buckle ( Unit Marked ) This is a very nice example of a pre-war belt and buckle. The aluminium buckle retains its leather tab which has a nice visible makers stamp "Gebr Albert Menden and dated 1936. The leather belt has a faint makers stamp "FL.Baitter" and dated 1938. The leather belt is also unit marked "1./K.F.8" ( 1st Company Motor Transport Regiment 8). The belt is also size marked 108.
German Army Cavalry Y-Straps A extremely nice example of a cavalry issue Y-Straps,w which a very similar pattern was worn by paratroops and the Kriegsmarine. The paratroop examples would be stamped \"LBA\" and the Kriegsmarine would have the letter \"M\" for marine. This example has a very faint maker\'s stamp with a 1942 date. Later examples would not have the protective leather tab.
German Army Denazified Pre-War Buckle This is a aluminium pre-war army buckle, which has been denazified. The leather tab is still attached, with a faint makers stamp. The date of manufacture is visible 1937.
German Army Gym Shoes A nice example of a pair of German army gym shoes which are size stamped 46.
German Army Gym Shoes A nice pair of German army gym shoes manufactured by Fritz Furstel and are dated 1941. The shoes are also \"DRP\" stamped and are size marked 46.
German Army HBT Tunic This is an extremely nice example of a late-war HBT combat tunic cut in the style of an M43 woollen tunic. The tunic has a late-war breast eagle and collar tabs, with the rank of obergefreiter ( Corporal ). The rank chevrons are also on HBT cloth. The tunic has a single award loop on the left breast pocket and award ribbon for the Iron Cross 2nd Class. The inside has faint size markings.
German Army Junior NCO\'s Rank Chevron This is army junior NCO's rank chevron with the rank of Gefreiter. ( Lance-Corporal ). This example is late-war made.
German Army M34 Side Cap This is a very nice example of a Army M34 side cap, which is approximately a size 57. The cap retains its maker's stamp "August Schellenberg".
German Army Medics Red Cross Arm Band This is a red cross arm band used by German arm medics. This example has a embroided red cross.
German Army Medics Red Cross Arm Band This is a two piece army medics arm band which has a felt red cross and cotton body.
German Army Motor Vehicle Driver Proficiency Badge This is a good example of the Motor Vehicle driver proficiency badge ( Das Kraftfahrbewahrungsabzeichen ) which was came in three grades bronze, silver and gold. The badge was awarded to drivers who under complicated and difficult conditions and maintained the up keep and care of the vehicles assigned to them. This example is the silver grade and still has its field grey cloth and backing plate.
German Army Officers Greatcoat This is a private purchase example of a army officers greatcoat made from high quality wool. The coat has part of the tailers label remaining and the rank of Hauptman ( Captain ) with the branch of service piping for cavalry. The coat has a full silver silk lining with the pocket slash to allow for the Officer's dagger or sword to be worn.However the sleeves do seem rather short.
German Army Parade Bayonet This is a German army parade bayonet, which was designed only to be worn on the parade uniform and not actually fit the rifle. This example is missing its release catch and its felt inlay in the mortise. The bayonet was produced by Eickhorn and is marked with the firms trademark. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German Army Parade Trousers A good example of German army parade trousers worn with the parade Tunic ( Waffenrock ). The army parade uniform was introduced in 1936 and was ceased to be produced in 1940 as a war saving measure, with the aim of resuming production once the war was over. These trousers a have the branch of service piping, white for Infantry and retain the leather foot strap. It is approximately a size 30 inch waist and 27 inch inside leg.
German Army Photographs Six photographs of Wehrmacht soldiers.
German Army Phototgraphs A set of 17 interesting photographs of soldiers within the German army. There are some group pictures, individual photos and soldiers on exercise. The majority of the photographs are pre-war.
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( REITERSPAHTRUPP BEI GELANDDEERKUNDUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from a official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( WACHT AM ATLANTIK ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( ROLLBAHN IM OSTEN ).
German Army Print This is a original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( MIT VEREINTEN KRAFEN ARBEITEN SICH DIE KRADMELDER DURCH DEN SCHLAMM ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( ZIGARETTENPAUSE DER KRADMELDER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( INFANTERIE-NACHRICHTENZUG AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print which is one of forty taken from a official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( GRENADIER ALS BEOBACHTER AM SHERENFERNROHR ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( ARTILLERIEFUNKER AUF EINER B-STELLE ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PAK SICHERT AN EINER STRASSENKREUZUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( SCHWERE ARTILLERIE IM OSTEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( LEICHTE GRANATWERTER DER INFANTERIE GREIFEN IN DEN KAMPF EIN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( HEERESFLAK WACHT IM HOHEN NORDEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIER AM MG. FUR FLEIGERBESCHUSS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( AUF STORUNGSSUCHE ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( TROS EINER GRENADIER-KOMPANIE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( BEIM FAHNENSCHMIED EINES GRENADIER-BATAILLONS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GEBIRGSJAGER MIT IHREN TRAGTIEREN ).
German Army Print Thisis an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PIONIERE BEIM BRUCKENBAU ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( BESPANNTE ARTILLERIE AUF DEM VORMARSCH ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( DER RUHENDE RIESE ).
German army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( UNTER HEISSEM HIMMEL ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PIONIERE MIT FLAMMENWRFERN IM AN GRIFF ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( POST FUR DIE GRENADIERE IM GRABEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE BEREITEN DAS WEIHNACHTSFEST VOR ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( FRONT-THEATER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print,which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( DIE BESATZUNG EINES INFANTERIE-STUTZPUNKTES IM HOHEN NORDEN IST ABGELOST ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print,which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( SPAHTRUPP EINES SKIJAGER-BATAILLONS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GEBIRGSJAGER IN IHREM ELEMENT ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( STURMPIONIERE GREIFEN AN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( AM POLARKREIS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( STURMBOOTE VORAN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( INFANTERIE NACH DER ABLOSUNG ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( EIN INFANTERIE-STOSSTRUPP WIRD EINGEWIESEN ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( INFANTERIE IM ANGRIFF ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( PANZERJAGER SETZEN UBER ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF \" ( GRENADIERE DER SONNE DES SUDENS ).
German Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty, taken from an official album. The print reads \"DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( GRENADIERE MIT SCHWEREM MASCHINENGEWEHER IN FEUERSTELLUNG ).
German Army Semi-Tracked Vehiclesd 1939-45 This is a 1972 publication handbook No2 Part 3 about the variates of the Sd.Kfz 251 half-track. The handbook was published by Model & Allied Publications Limited.
German Army Torch This is an un-issued Polylux Daimon torch which has a orange and green filter. The torch is "DGM" marked and was produced in the late 1930's.
German Army Torch This is actually a period French army torch which has been confiscated by the Wehrmacht and has been painted in Wehrmacht steel grey. It was quite common for the Wehrmacht to supplement their troops with capture enemy equipment and weapons. This example is maker marked "Wonder" and has green and red filters.
German Army Trade Badge This is a army trade badge for a Schirrmeister ( Motor Transport NCO ). Th badge was worn on the lower right sleeve.
German Army Waffenrock Breast Eagle This is a breast eagle which would have been stitched on the army parade tunic ( Waffenrock ). However this pattern eagle was also used by senior NCO's on their tailored combat tunics. This example has been removed from a tunic.
German Auxiliary D-ring This is a auxiliary D-ring which allowed an individual to where Y-straps with out the need of ammunition pouches. This example has a faint date which is either 1942 or 1943.
German Brown Leather Pistol Lanyard This is a WW2 German brown leather pistol lanyard. We have been very fortunate to source a very limited number in either brown or black. The lanyards where used on various German automatic pistols, which are illustrated in the listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the German 27mm flare pistol, which is also illustrated. The lanyard is waffenampted (waA63).
German Cavalry K98 Bayonet Frog This pattern of K98 bayonet frog with the pommel retaining strap was originally issued to mounted personal. However an order ( HV 39C, No119) dated 25th January 1939, stated, the cavalry pattern bayonet frog would be issued to all troops. This example is in good condition.
German Cavalry K98 Bayonet Frog This pattern of the K98 bayonet frog with the pommel retaining strap was originally issued to mounted personal, however an order (HV39C, No.119 ) dated 25th January 1939 stated, the bayonet frog would be issued to all troops. This example is in good condition, has the three letter makers code \"arg\" which identifies the maker as \"Maschinenfabrik. Gebr.Wansleben\" and dated 1942.
German Cross in Gold This is the cloth version of the German Cross in Gold,which was instituted on 28. 9.1941. The award was given to persons in recongition of multiple bravery or distinguished leadership. This example has been cut directly of the tunic retaining some of the material.
German Deactivated LP42 Flare Pistol This is the rarer LP ( Leuchtpistole ) 42, flare pistol , which was the last model of flare pistol to be adopted by the German army during WW2. It entered service in 1943 and is made of stamped zinc. This example is in very good condition maker marked \"euh\" ( Klingenthal ). It cocks and dry fires and comes with a UK London proof house deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
German Deactivated Hebel M1894 Flare Pistol The Hebel M1894 flare pistol was the standard flare pistol used by the German army during WW1. It continued to be used by the Wehrmacht during WW2, mainly issued to rear echelon units. This example is in good condition, cocks and dry fires and comes with a Birmingham proof house deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
German Deactivated Hebel M1894 Flare Pistol The Hebel M1894 flare pistol was the standard flare pistol used by the German army during WW1. It continued to be used by the Wehrmacht during WW2 mainly issued to rear echelon units. This example is in fair condition with very faint markings. It does cock and try fire. The flare comes with a UK, London proof house deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
German Deactivated Hebel M1894 Flare Pistol The Hebel M1894 flare pistol was the standard flare pistol used by the German army during WW1. It continued to by used by the Wehrmacht during WW2, mainly issued to rear echelon units. This example is in very good condition, marked with imperial waffenampts and maker marked \"bw\" ( W.Wohlleber & Co ). comes with a Birmingham Proof House Deactivation Certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
German Drivers Goggles German goggles used by drivers and despatch riders. This example is in good condition.
German Dutch Captured Greatcoat. This is a Dutch captured greatcoat which has been utilised by the Wehrmacht by adding a green collar and pebbled buttons. Due to the close colour match between Dutch army uniforms and German fieldgrey. The Wehrmacht utilised tunics, greatcoats and trousers for German use with minor modifications as in this example.
German Enlisted Man\'s Jack Boots A good pair of enlisted man's jack boots, which have had the left sole repaired, which looks to be a period repair. Both boots are fully studded. The left boot is missing one of the pull-tabs on the right side. The boots are approximately a size UK 9, European 42.
German Esbit Stove This is a Wehrmacht issue field stove which would have been carried in the M31 breadbag or assault pack. This example is in used conditon.
German Esbit Stove This is a Wehrmacht issue field stove which would have been carried in the M31 breadbag or the assault pack. This example is in used condition.
German Fatique Denim Trousers A very nice example of a fatique denim trousers made from herringbone twill and in natural white. The trousers are cut to the M36 pattern and was worn both by the army and the Waffen-SS. This example is maker marked, stamped with size markings and dated 1941.
German FE41 Filter Gas Mask Filter & Pouch This is a FE41 filter for the M30 and M38 gas masks. The filter is unissued and still has both of its caps. It comes with carrying pouch which has the makers three letter code "hgz" for Rudolf Netuschil.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which has a clear stamp cancellation mark.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which was written in Berlin on 14.2.1943, cancelled in Berlin-Charlottenburg on 15.2.1943 and was sent to Hamburg.
German Feldpost Card This a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used fieldpost card which is dated 22.8.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which is dated 14.3.1945.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card, showing German engineer on a bridge building excerise.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which has a clear stamp cancellation mark.
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which is dated 9.2.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a used feldpost card which also doubles as a song card. The card is dated 5.3.1942.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is an un-used feldpost card, which is written in English. The front of the card shows the German 18th Army in Paris on 14th June 1940, towing a 8.8cm gun.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used feldpost card showing, central Berlin, die Ost-West-Achse im Festschmuck.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card.
German Feldpost Card This is a un-used comical feldpost card,
German Feldpost Card This is a used comical feldpost card, which is dated 1.12.1941.
German Feldpost Postcard This is a used feldpost card which has a stamp of Adolf Hitler and a faint cancellation mark. The front of the post card shows German artillery on a training excerise.
German First Aid Vehicle Box This is an early first aid vehicle box which was in all German fighting vehicles. This example retains traces of its original early paint finish. However the red cross symbol and the word "Verbandkasten" have been re-stencilled after 1945. The led does retain the original contents label which is dated 1936.
German First Aid wound Pads This is packet of wound pads which would have been in the field surgeons pack, army medics pouches and vehicle first aid box.
German G3 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a Bundeswher cleaning kit for the G3 rifle. The cleaning kit is dated 1986.
German G88 Commission Rifle ( Pre- EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a very nice example of a G88 Commission rifle which was developed by the German Army Commission as a direct response to the France introducing the 8mm Lebel Mle 1886 rifle, which fired a smokeless cartridges. The majority of G88 rifles where re-chambered to the 7.92mm spitzer round from the 7.9 ball round in 1904-05. With a large majority of G88 rifles being supplied to Turkey, with their rear sights being altered to the Turkish numbering system. This example is still in it's German configuration and in it's original calibre. It is maker marked "LoeweBerlin" and dated 1890. The rifle is also maker marked "K.A.R.E. 1.227" ( Kanone Artillery Regiment Ersatez- Cannon Artillery Regiment Reserve, 1st Company, 227 Regiment ). Non-EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK Specificatin. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
German G98 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is extremely nice example of a G98 rifle which was the standard rifle used by the German army during WW1. This example is completely matching numbered, dated 1917 and maker marked "Amberg". For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German G98 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European. This is a nice example of a 1906 dated G98 rifle which was produced at Erfurt. The stock is a later version, which was introduced in 1916 with the marking disc replaced by the doomed washers allowing the bolt to be stripped and the addition of finger grooves. However it has been numbered to the gun. The original stock was probably damaged in combat and replaced by the Regimental armourer. The rifle is matching numbered except for the bolt. For Non-EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase
German Gauze & Compress Bandage This is a gauze & compress bandage still sealed in its packet and dated 1943.
German Gauze & Compress Bandage This is a gauze & compress banadge.
German Horseman\'s Badge This is a nice example of the 1st Class Horseman\'s badge in Gold. There was also a 2nd and 3rd Class, silver and bronze respectively. The badge is marker marked \"FINHAUER LUCK LUDENSCHEID\".
German Inert WW2 M42 Teller Mine This is a inert M42 teller mine, which still retains traces of its original tan paint. This example is missing its pressure plate, which screws directly on top of the mine. U.K. Sales Only.
German Inert Pre-WW2 7.92mm Rifle Clip This is a inert five round clip of 1936 dated 7.92mm ammunition for the K98 rifle. U.K. Sales Only.
German Inert WW2 M42 Teller Mine This is a inert M42 teller mine, which retains traces of its original paint. This example is missing its pressure plate, which would have been screwed directly on top. U.K. Sales Only.
German Infantry Weapons of WW2 This is a very good reference book on German Infantry weapons of WW2. The book was first published by Normount Armament company in 1966 as part of their Combat bookshelf series. This example is the Third edition published 1967 and illustrates all weapons types used by the Wehrmacht during WW2.
German K98 ammunition Pouches A good set of K98 ammunition pouches, one of the pouches is RB numbered and missing its dividers, which where commonly removed by combat veterans which allowed easy and faster access to the five round clips. The other pouch retains its dividers.
German K98 ammunition Pouches A set of K98 ammunition pouches one of which has a faint makers mark and both are not dated. However they both retain their cell dividers which was commonly removed by the soldiers to allow easier access to their five round clips of 7.92mm ammunition.
German K98 ammunition Pouches A set of K98 ammunition pouches which are both maker marked and dated 1930 and 1940 respectively. Both pouches are in good condition except for the 1930 dated example which has a tare to the stud hole on the central securing strap. Both sets of pouches have their cell dividers which was often removed by the soldiers themselves to allow easier access to their five round clips of 7.92mm ammunition.
German K98 Barrel Bands Early and pre-war barrel bands for the German K98 rifle. U.K. Sales Only.
German K98 Bayonet A good example of a K98 bayonet. The proper designation is the S84/98. This example is not dated however it is stamped with the makers logo on the ricasso. Which looks to be Alexander Coppel. However I am not sure if this is the case or a subsidiary to Alexander Coppel as the logo would normally have a A & C, where this example is marked "A&W". The bayonet is not marked with the usual waffenampts. The scabbard is dated 1940, maker marked "P.Weyersberg" and waffenampted on the ball-point.
German K98 Bayonet This is a K98 bayonet, the proper designation is the S84/98. This example is in very good condition and has the letter "E" before the serial number located on the pommel. Which identifies the maker as Herman Kohler AG. Most examples tend to have the makers code and serial number on the ricasso making this quite rare example. The pommel and lug release catch are both waffenampted. The scabbard is not maker marked or stamped with the serial number. However it is marked on the ball-point with waffenampt. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German K98 Bayonet Frog This was originally the cavalry pattern bayonet frog, which had the retaining strap. However the strap has been cut-away. It was common practice for troops to remove the pommel straps as they tended to get caught in foliage. This example has no makers stamp or production date.
German K98 Cleaning Kit Tin This is an empty cleaning kit for the German k98 rifle. The tin has no makers mark or date of manufacture.
German K98 Cleaning Kit Tin This is an empty cleaning kit tin for the German k98 rifle. The tin has no makers mark or date of manufacture.
German K98 Cleaning Kit Tin This is an empty cleaning kit tin for the German K98 rifle. The tin has no makers mark or date of manufacture. It is also missing its two locking latches.
German K98 Rifle ( Pre EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European. This is an early war K98 rifle which is date 1941 and has the three letter makers code "bcd" for Wilhelm-Gustloff Werke" This example has had post-war use as the swastika's have been dotted out. However the rifle is profusely waffenampted including the stock. It also has the correct wood and metal work for the year of production. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German K98 Rifle ( Pre EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a late-war produced K98 with laminated stock and press-steel fittings. This example is dated 1944 and has the three letter makers code "byf" for mauser. The stock appears to have two letters carved into the left side "CG" which could be the original owners initials or the makers code. If its the makers code it would then identify the stocks maker as Finower Industrie GmbH. The waffenampts are intact and have not been denazified the barrel does have some minor pitting. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German K98 Rifle ( Pre EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This is a mid-war K98 rifle which is date 1943 and has the makers code "ce" for J.P.Sauer & Sohn. This example has intact waffenampts and the stock is also marked with the letter "H" for HEER ( Army ). There is some very minor pitting to the right side of the receiver, otherwise it is in very good condition. The rifle has the correct wood and metal work for the year of production. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German K98 Rifle ( Pre EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The is an early war example of the K98 rifle with intact waffenampts, which it is profusely marked with. The rifle has the correct metal and wood work for the year of production. However the short cleaning rod is missing. The rifle has the makers code "237" for Berlin-Lubecker". For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German K98 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a post-war produced cleaning kit for the K98 rifle.
German K98 Sporters Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This is in fact a WW2 K98 receiver and trigger guard which has been utilised into a sporters rifle, by replacing the wartime barrel with a post-war heavy duty 7.62mm nato barrel and sporters stock. A modern scope with cross-hair reticles and nice clear optics has been attached. The receiver has not been denazified with intact waffenampts. The production date is just visible under the scope mount 1939. The makers. A very attractive looking piece and comes with a custom sling. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification Please email before making purchase.
German K98 Stock This is a early WW2 laminated German K98 stock which is in very good condition and marked with a waffenampt. The stock comes with its upper hand guard. U.K. Sales Only
German K98 Webbing Bayonet Frog A very good example of a tan coloured with the retaining strap for the pommel.
German K98AZ Rifle ( Pre- EU/UK Deactivation ) For Sale only to customers outside the European Union. The K98AZ was classed as a carbine and was introduced into the Imperial German Army in 1908 and was first issued to Cavalry and Artillery troops. The K98 AZ and the MP18 became the preferred weapon used by assault troops taking part in trench raids during WW1. It also influenced the design of the new rifle which was introduced into the Wehrmacht in 1935 and was also designated "K98". The K98AZ remained in Wehrmacht service in very limited numbers during WW2. This example is matching numbered except for the bolt, dated 1918 and was produced at Erfurt and marked with imperial proof markings on the receiver and butt. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK specification. Please email before making purchase.
German Knife, Fork, Spoon Set This is in fact a Bundeswehr issue knife, fork,spoon set, which is identical to the wartime issue examples. This set was manufactured in Hamburg in 1982 and is ideal for WW2 living-History.
German Kriegsmarine Grey Leather Jacket This is a Kriegsmarine grey leather jacket, which was a common item worn by U-boat crews. The leather is in excellent condition, however the left arm has some green paint around the elbow area. The jacket retains all of it's naval anchor buttons. The so-called U-boat jacket was also issued to panzer crews, which removed the naval buttons and replaced them with standard pebble button.
German Labour Front Song Book This is a German Labour Front ( Deutsche Aarbeitsfront ) issue song book.
German Leather Cold Weather Helmet This is a 1930\'s German made fur lined cold weather helmet which would have been used either in open top vehicles or aircraft. The helmet is a small size approximately 56. The leather is in good condition and the poppers are \"prym\" marked.
German Life Guards Cased Stick Pin This is a Third Reich era cased stick pin, which was worn by life guards who have completed a basic level qualification certificate. The been is embossed with the word "GRUNDSCHEIN. DLRG" ( Deutsche Lebensrettungesgesellschaft ) which means German Life Saving Association. The Life saving association was founded in 1913 and is still extremely active today.
German Light Weight M1939 Chemical Agent Protective Suit This is the M1939 light weight chemical agent protective suit, which consists of the carrying bag, gloves, neck protector and boots. The protective trousers and webbing belt is missing. The boots are stamped with a waffenampt. The bag is maker marked \"gdl\" for Schussler & Co and dated 1941. The gloves are also maker marked \"cee\" for Textil-Gummiwarenfabrik and dated 1942. The neck protector is also dated 1942 and maker marked \"gdy\" for \"Becker & Co. GmbH.
German Luftschutz M35 Beaded Helmet This is M35 beaded helmet belonging to the Luftschutz ( Air Raid Warning Service ). The helmet is in good condition retaining it\'s decal and district/group number on the inside of the rim. However the decal has lost a lot of it\'s detail. The line and chinstrap are also in good condition, however the chinstrap has been shortened. The batch number and maker\'s code and shell size are clearly visible \"B2710\" and \"Q66\" (Quist GmbH ). The liner is size stamped \"56\".
German Luftwaffe M40 Helmet A very good example of a Luftwaffe M40 helmet, retaining most of its original finish. The helmet is single decal, however the Luftwaffe eagle has been worn away of parts of the eagle and swastika still visible. The helmet has the batch number "T993" with the makers code "Q" for F.W.Quist" and size stamped 62.
German M16 Battle Damaged Helmet A very interesting example of M16 battle damaged helmet with the entry and exit holes clearly visible by a bullet strike. The shell in good condition free of any rest or pitting and retains part of the leather liner band. The rest of which has been cut out. Probably due to the mess when the helmet was hit. It also retains both chinstrap clips. The batch number, maker\'s code and shell size is clearly visble \"R546, ET 66\". The maker\'s code identifies the maker as \"Eisen-u.Huttenwerke.A.G. Thale.
German M17 Camouflage Helmet This is a M17 helmet with traces of the camouflage pattern still remaining. The helmet\'s metal liner band has lost it\'s three leather pads. The top on the inside of the shell has a clear batch number stamp \"R1138\". However the shell maker\'s code and size number are quite faint, but looks to be \"K62\" or \"K64\". The shell is in very good condition without any pitting.
German M17 Camouflage Helmet This is a M17 camouflage helmet which has the makers code "ALF" for C.Wagner. The inside of the crown has a visible batch number. The shell is in very good condition retaining its original camouflage finish. The steel liner band is still attached, however the three leather pads are missing.
German M17 Helmet A very nice example of a untouched M17 helmet, complete with it\'s liner, however the front pad has come away form the steel liner band. Underneath the leather pad the original owner has wrote his name and date 1917. The paint work is in very good condition, the helmets batch number is \"B.W. 231\" the shell size is 64 and the maker mark is \"ET\" ( Eisen-u.Huttenwerke AG Thale ).
German M17 Helmet A very nice example of a M17 helmet retain most of it\'s original finish and complete with liner still retaining the three leather pads, which are quite fragile. The shell is size and maker marked \"T.64\" The batch number on the inside of the crown is visible but difficult to read. The helmet also retains one of it\'s original chinstrap hooks.
German M1935 Map Case A very nice example of a M1935 map case which is maker marked and dated 1941.
German M1939 Fur Pack This is a mid-war variation of the M1939 fur pack. This example has the removable hooks which can be replaced with straps. The hooks attached directly on the Y-straps. This example is RB numbered and dated 1943, the left bottom strap has partly torn away. However there is still enough length of the strap to fasten to the buckle.
German M1941 MG Ammunition Box This is Model 1941 which has two locking latches on box sides. It is in it\'s original ordnance tan paint and still retains it\'s rubber seal. The Wehrmacht term of this ammunition box is the \"Partronenkasten 41\". It is also maker marked \"ets\" ( Ernst Hacker AG, Metallwarenfabrik ).
German M30 Gas Mask & Canister A good example of a early production model of the M1930 gas mask with its canister which retains its original webbing straps. The gas mask comes with a FE37 filter which is dated 1941. The canister retains its original paint and comes with spare lenses still in their issue packet. The canister is dated 1936 and maker marked \"Schiebach\".
German M30 Gas Mask & Canister A good example of a M30 gas mask and canister. The gas mask comes with a FE37 filter, which is dated 1937. The nose of the gas mask is marked with the original owners personal service number 107. The canister has a faint 1936 date on the lid of the spare lenses compartment, which retains spare lenses still in their original issue packet. The base of the canister is marked with a different personal service number "187" from the gas mask.
German M30 Gas Mask & Canister This is a mid-war produced M30 gas mask which differs from early examples which has a more tube like snout. This example is maker marked "bmw" and dated 1942. It comes with a FE41 filter Th canister is the watertight pattern which was introduced at the end of 1942 and marked with the letter "D" on the base. The canister is in excellent condition and comes with spare lenses in their issue packet.
German M31 Mess Tin Strap A nice example of a M31 mess tin strap which is maker marked "lbj" for Textil-u. Lederverarbeitungs-werk and dated 1943.
German M31 Mess Tins A set of M31 Aluminium mess tins which are in good condition. The top half has very faint three letter maker\'s code \"WDN\" and 1941 date.
German M31 Mess Tins A good set of M31 mess tins, which the top half is dated 1941 and has the makers code "mn". It is also marked with the original owners initials "WK". The lower half is dated 1940, has the makers code "awf". It is also marked with its original owners initial "K".
German M31 Mess Tins A set of original M31 mess tins which has a camouflage finish. However the paint scheme is not wartime applied by post-war applied by a re-enactor. The lid of the mess tins are maker marked "ESB" and dated 1938. The lower half is also maker marked "AWI" and has a very faint 1935 date.
German M31 Water Bottle An extremely nice example of a M31 water bottle, which still retains its rubber seal. The water bottle and leather harness are both maker marked "smm" and dated 1942. The aluminium cap retains most of its original finish maker marked "mm" and dated 1940.
German M31 Zeltbahn The Zeltbahn ( tent quarter ) which could also be used as a poncho was an essential piece of German field equipment and was the first standard camouflage item to become standard issue in any army during the early 1930's. This example has three small holes, and retains all of its buttons. Besides the three holes the Zeltbahn is in very good condition.
German M31 Zeltbahn The Zeltbahn ( tent quarter ) which could also be used as poncho was an essential piece of German field equipment and was the first standard camouflage item to become standard issue in any army during the early 1930's. This early war example which has two tone camouflage light and dark for summer and autumn on each side. Late war examples have just one dark tone on each side. This example retains all of its buttons, guide rope and has the original owners name and unit tag still attached. It has suffered with one rip measuring about six inches and two small holes. Otherwise it is in very good condition.
German M31 Zeltbahn The Zeltbahn ( tent quarter ) which could also be used as a poncho was an essential piece of German field equipment and was the first standard camouflage item to become standard issue in any army during the 1930's. This is a very good example retaining all of its buttons.
German M38 Luftschutz Helmet This is a M38 Luftschutz ( Air Protection ) helmet, which was worn my civilian air raid personal. The helmet was also called the the Gladiator helmet due to it\'s resemblance of a helmet worn by Roman gladiator\'s. The helmet is in good condition retaining most of it\'s dark blue helmet and Luftschutz decal and internal stampings.
German M42 Helmet This is a M40 helmet with chicken wire. However i do not believe the wire is actually pre-1945 and definitely not original to the helmet. The helmet does retain its original finish. However it appears it may have been over painted with the overpaint carefully removed, but with traces remaining. An outline of a army eagle is visible. The first two numbers of the batch number is also visible with 3rd and 4th numbers of the batch number partially visible. The helmet retains its original leather liner.
German Mauser M1910 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This Mauser M1910 pistol which was widely used by German officers during WW1. This example has a nice clear imperial waffenampt. The pistol has also been marked with a third Reich eagle above the letter "M" for Kriegsmarine. However i do not believe the marking is genuine. This example does not click when the trigger is pulled. The right hand side hand grip has also suffered with some damage. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the Current EU Specification. Please email before making purchase.
German Medics Water Bottle This is a German medics water bottle which is half a litre larger than the standard M31 water bottle. The medics water bottle has a special leather carrying harness which would normally have a shoulder strap. Unfortunately this example is missing the shoulder strap. The leather is quite dry and fragile. The metal cap and water bottle and the aluminium drinking cup are all maker marked "RFI" and dated 1937.
German MG Spanner/Hammer Tool This is a spanner/hammer tool which was part for the MG13,34, and 42 gunners kit. This example is waffenamped maker marked \"BSW\" ( Berlin-Suhler Waffen und Fahrzeugwerke GmbH ).
German MG15 Twin Drum Saddle Magazine This is a twin drum saddle magazine for a MG15 aircraft machine gun. This example is Luftwaffe marked \"FL\" which stands for Flieger ( Flight ) It is maker marked \"wa\", which identifies the maker as \"Hugo Schneider\" and dated 1941. The magazine is missing it\'s leather carrying strap and part of the internals.
German MG15 Twin Drum Saddle Magazine A battle damaged twin drum saddle magazine for the Luftwaffe MG15 machine gun which was the standard machine gun used on most German aircraft. The this example still retains traces of its original finish had suffered from a dent to one side. It is also missing some screws. However it retains all of its internals and leather carrying strap. There are faint makers visible with a 1940 date.
German MG34 Feeder Block This is a feeder block for an MG34 machine gun.
German MG34/42 Assault Drum Magazines & Carrier A set of MG34/42 assault drum magazines with their carrier, which is maker marked "bpr" ( F.M.Hammerle ) and dated 1943. The magazines and carrier retain all of their original wartime paint, however one of the drum magazines was period overpainted with the ordnance tan paint still visible. It also has a faint three letter maker's code "ddf" ( Lohmann-Werke AG ), There is no visible date. The other drum magazine has not visible maker's code or date. The spring on the retaining clip has to secure the magazine to the MG's feeder tray has gone. The German term for the assault drums and carrier is Gurttrommel 34 and Gurttrommeltrager 34.
German MG34/42 Petrol/Oil Tins A set of petrol and Oil tins in the standard ammunition tin for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. The ammunition tin has lost most of its finish, however traces of the original paint is present. The petrol and oil tins both retain over 50% of their original finish.
German MG42 Machine Gun ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This wartime MG42 which has the three letter makers code "bnz" for Steyr-Daimler Puch AG. The gun has had post-war German use with the BundesWehr ( Federal Army ). The top cover, feeder tray, barrel and bi-pod are all post-war, with the feeder tray, top cover and barrel chambered to 7.62mm. However the bakelite butt, receiver, barrel sleeve, cocking handle and trigger frame are all wartime retaining their Third Reich proof markings. For Non EU Sales Only, however can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
German Mountain Troops Windproof Smock This is a Gebirgsjager ( Mountain troops ) windproof smock which has been altered, by removing the central pocket and replacing with a half-zip. Both sleeves have had gussets sewn on the inside, which was a design feature on German paratrooper smocks. The tail is still attached. The smock still retains a clear makers name "Zees & Hornung" and dated 1942 ( M42). The letter M before the number is the town of manufacture Munich. I can not confirm if the alterations are actually wartime or post-war. Hence i have priced this accordingly.
German MP40 Loading Tool This magazine loading tool is for the MP40 submachine gun. The loading tool has suffered with some corrosion, but is still functional and the waffenampt is still visible.
German Officer Breeches These are a German officers private purchase breeches made of gabardine material. This example is in good condition with a minor repair to the right lower leg. When boots are worn the repair is not noticeable.
German Officers Haverack This is a mint unissued German army officers haversack which is maker marked Hermann & Lederer, Kassel and dated 1941
German Officers Breeches A very nice example of a pre-war army officers breeches, which are steel grey in colour and dated 1938 and stamped with the letter \"E\" before the date, which identifies the town of manufacture as \"Erfurt\". It appears the breeches may have been supplied to army depot in Bergen Norway, as it is stamped \"Bergen\". It is also stamped with the usual size markings, which is approximately a large size, 38 inch waist with a 25 inch inside leg
German Officers Marching Boots A very nice example of a set of German officers marching boots, which are not studded.
German Officers Marching Boots A good example of a pair of German officers marching boots, which are not studded. The heel plate on the right boot has snapped, however it is still attached.
German Officers Private Purchase Trousers A near mint example of Army officer\'s private purchase straight leg trousers, which are piped white for Infantry. The buttons are all named to the tailor \'C.W. FISCHER, Nurnbeg\".
German Officers/NCO\'s Whistle This is a bakelite whistle used by military officers and senior NCO's. The whistle comes with its original lanyard.
German Officer\'s Belt This is a German officers belt, which would have been worn by army and airforce officers. This example is in good condition and is size marked 100. However the belt is missing a retaining loop.
German P38/P08 Late-War Holster This is a rare late-war dual holster for use with the P38 and P08 luger pistol. The design of the holster is very similar to the soft shell P38 holster, but with the addition of an internal flap pocket for the luger loading and take down tool. It also has additional piece of leather to secure the the P08 luger in the holster.
German Panzer Lantern This is in fact a Luftwaffe emergency runway lantern. However these lanterns where favoured and sort for by Panzer crews for additional lighting within the crew compartments. The Lanterns where battery powered. The top half of the lantern was produced by \"Dominit\" and has the Werke-Nr 17968. The lower half was produced by \"CEAG\" and has the Werke-Nr 5082.
German Parade S84/98 Sawback Bayonet This is a parade S84/98 sawback back produced by Gebr.Heller Marenhal of Erfurt. The bayonet is not dated however it is stamped with an imperial proof mark and the number 3. The scabbard is stamped with an imperial proof mark and the ball-point is stamped with the letter "H" for Heller Marenhal. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only
German Period Floral Magazine This is a period German floral magazine which is dated March 1943. The magazine has a number of period advertisements.
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare black leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to various German semi-automatic pistols, which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the 27mm flare pistol, which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare brown leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to various German semi-automatic pistols which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be attached to the 27mm German flare pistol, which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Pistol Leather Lanyard This is extremely rare brown leather pistol lanyard which could be attached to a number of German semi-automatic pistols which are illustrated in this listing. The lanyard could also be used for the 27mm flare pistol which is also illustrated in the listing. The lanyard is waffenampted ( waA63 ).
German Police Double Decal M42 Helmet. This is a good example of a untouched M42 Police double decal helmet. Both decals are mostly intact. The leather liner is complete with all its segments. However the seam has unstitched. The chinstrap is still present, but is quite damaged. The shell's batch number is "3968" and the makers three letter code "hkp" identifies the maker as "Sachsische Emailier-u.Stanzwerke AG" with the shell size 66. Between the makers code, shell size and the batch number there are two letters scratched into the shell "R D" which is the original policeman's initials.
German Police Officers Great Coat This is a very nice example of a Police officers great coat, which has the rank of Lieutenant and orange piping for municipal police. The coat as a slash pocket to allow a dagger or sword to be worn. One button is missing from the front of the coat.
German Police Tunic This is a Police tunic which appears to be specially tailor to sshort blouse, which was not uncommon especially for senior NCO's The tunic has the rank of Revieroberwachtmeister which is the equivalent of an army Feldwebel. The tunic is stamped with size marking and what i believe may be the tailors name "Bartunak Triesch". It is also dated 1944.
German Pre-War Cavalry Y-Straps A set of pre-war brown leather Cavalry Y-straps dating from Reichswehr era ( Pre-1933 ) and are also the style used by the Kreigsmarine and later the Fallschirmjager. The leather has rather dried and is somewhat brittle.
German Private Purchase Map Case This is a very nice example of a private purchase officers map case. A variety of private purchase map cases where used and could have been civilian in nature or brought in the Heeres-Kleiderkasse in Berlin. Which i believe is the case with this example, as it is waffenampt and dated 1942.
German Ration Card This is a ration card made out to Helmut Fritz Freudenberg of Sachsen. The card is dated 11/5/1931 to 8/12/1934. Herr Freudenberg was born in Dresden 1910.
German Red Cross Armband This is a late-war printed example fo the German Red Cross armband.
German Red Cross M34 Side cap This is a very nice example of a German Red Cross ( Deutche Rote Kreuz ) M34 side cap which is dated 1940. The cap has the national cockade on the front and the German Red Cross insignia on the side of the cap. The lining is stamped D.R.K ( Deutche Rote Kreuz ) and is also size stamped 56.
German Red Cross Membership Badge This is a enamelled membership badge of the German Red Cross. The badge does have some damage to the enamel and the retaining pins are missing. The badge is non-maker marked.
German Relic M1917 Stick Grenade This is a relic M1917 stick grenade, which has come apart. However all the parts are present and is still a interesting piece. U.K. Sales Only
German S98/05 Bayonet This is a good example of the S98/05 bayonet, more commonly referred to as the Butcher bayonet. The ricasso is maker marked \"E&F.Horster\". The top of the blade is marked with the imperial waffenampt and gives the manufacturing date of 1917. Under the offensive weapons act. This item must be collected in person. It will not be sent to a residential address. U.K. Sales Only.
German S98/05 Butcher Bayonet This is a S98/05 butcher bayonet used by the imperial German army during WW1. This example is in semi-relic condition and is missing its scabbard. There is a partially visible makers mark on the ricasso. However the imperial waffenampt and date are visible 1917. The letter "W" above the date is also visible and stands for the Kaiser Wilhelm II. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German Semi-Relic MG Ammunition Tin This is a semi-relic MG ammunition tin. The inside of the lid retains most of it's rubber seal and some traces of it's original tan paint.
German Short Wire Cutters A good set of short wire cutters which are dated 1940 and maker marked \"V.BW\".
German Soldiers Code of Conduct Pamphlet This is a modern reprint of Wehrmacht issue pamphlet on the code of conduct of all Military service personal concerning the fraternisation with the local population in the occupied territories.
German Soldiers Letter This is a German soldiers letter which is dated 11th May 1943. However the envelope has been reused and is originally dated 12th December 1941
German Syringe Container This is a aluminium container for a medical syringe. The container is maker marked "Original Record" and has the letters "WH" for Wehrmacht stamped into the led. The container is also dated 1941.
German Tanks & Fighting Vehicles of WWII This book tells the story of German vehicles from the secret training machines of the Weimar period, through the intense innovative and experimental phase, to WWII itself. The book was published by Phoebus Publishing company in 1976.
German Training M1939 Egg Grenade This is a rare training M1939 egg grenade, which originally would have been painted red, however this example has been overpainted grey. U.K. Sales Only.
German Tropical Gas Cape Bag This is a mint example of tropical gas cape bag which has a "SS" property stamp. However I don not believe SS property stamp is genuine and has been added after 1945.
German Tropical Motor Cycle Coat This is a very nice example of a Wehrmacht issue tropical motor cyclists coat which is stamped with nice clear size markings and dated 1942 ( F42 ).
German Tunic Collar Liner The kragenbinde ( collar liner ), was worn on all German military tunics. It is made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and the white side worn against the neck.
German Tunic Collar Liner The kragenbinde ( collar liner ), was worn on all German military tunics. It's made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey with a white side to be worn against the neck. This example is missing its button.
German Tunic Collar Liner The kragenbinde ( collar liner ) was worn on all German military tunics. It's made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and the neck worn side in white.
German Tunic Collar Liner The kragenbinde ( collar liner ), was worn on all German military tunics. It is made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and the side in white.
German Tunic Collar Liner The kragenbinde ( collar liner ), was worn on all German military tunics. It's made of cotton fabric with the outside in field grey and neck worn side in white. This example still has a visible size stamping.
German Twine A roll of German period twine.
German Vehicle Heater This is a standard issue vehicle heater, which German troops used as a portable bunker heater. This example is in very good condition dated 1942 and has an intact porcelain wick. Most existing examples tend to have a broken porcelain wick.
German Walther Model & Holster This is a good example of Walther model 4 semi-auto pistol, which was first introduced into the German army during WW1. The serial number of this example "266669" dates the gun's manufacture between 1924 to 1929. It comes with its soft shell leather holster and comes with a EU/UK deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
German Weapons Decontamination Set This is a weapons decontiamination Set ( Satz Waffenentgiftungsmittel ) which was issued for decontamination of small arms. Unfortunately the set is not complete and is missing its oil bottle and two heavy cotton cleaning cloths which would have been red and black. However the flask for the decontamination liquid which empty is present.
German Webbing K98 Bayonet Frog This is a webbing standard pattern bayonet frog for the S84/98 bayonet. The webbing bayonet frog was originally designed for use in a tropical climate has leather dried in the hot mediterranean sun. However after the surrender of the Deutches Afrika Korps, webbing equipment was issued in limited numbers on all fronts. This example is in excellent condition.
German Webbing M31 Bread Bag This is a M31 bread bag with webbing fittings and is in good condition.
German WW1 Fernglas 08 Binoculars A good example of a Fernglas 08, which are maker marked \"Emil Busch AG Rathatnow\". The binoculars have clear optics and comes with their original leather strap with the dust cover still attached. However the button loops have torn on both ends. The binoculars comes with their original leather case, which is maker marked \"G.P. Goerzad, Berlin\" and retain its instruction label. The belt loops are missing.
German WW1 Ersatz Bayonet This is a WW1 German Ersatz bayonet which was a war economy measure to save on materials. The pommel and scabbard has suffered with suffice rust and the bayonet lug release catch has seized. However the area on the scabbard where the bayonet frog would be attached retains traces of its original apple green finish. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Ersatz Bayonet This is a German WW1 Ersatz bayonet in good condition. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Inert M1917 Egg Grenade This is a nice example of a German inert M1917 grenade, more commonly referred too as the egg grenade due to its shape. The base of the grenade has a clear three letter makers code "W.F.R". U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Inert 7.92MM Clip This is a five round inert clip of 7.92mm ammunition. The rounds are all maker marked "DM" ( Deutsches Waffen u. Munitionsfabriken ) and dated 1918. We have a limited number of these WW1 dated five round clips. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Inert 7.92MM Clip This is a WW1 German inert 7.92mm five round clip. All the rounds are dated 1918. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Medics Water Bottle This is a WW1 German army medics water bottle which has a half litre larger capacity than the standard water bottle. The water bottle is in very good condition complete with it\'s leather harness and shoulder strap.
German WW1 S84/98 Bayonet This is a WW1 S84/98 bayonet, or more commonly known as the K98 bayonet. This example is maker marked "J.MEHLION AG. BERLIN" and dated 1915. Proof of age must be provided. U.K.Sales Only
German WW1 S84/98 Bayonet This is a 1917 dated S84/98 bayonet for the G98 and K98AZ rifles. This example is maker marked on the ricasso which gives the name of the maker as "Gebr.Heller Marienthal". The top of the blade is stamped with the imperial waffenampt and date. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW1 Water Bottle This is an Imperial German army water bottle, which retains its original stopper and cordrouy cover, which is heavily stained. The leather is extremely dry and fragile.
German WW2 Inert 7.92mm Clip This is a five round inert clip of German 7.92mm rounds for use with the K98 rifle. All five rounds are dated 1937. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 Inert 7.92mm Clip This is a inert five round clip of 7.92mm rounds for use with the K98 rifle. Three of the rounds are dated 1938, 1939, 1944 and two rounds are dated 1936. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 Inert 7.92mm Clip This is a five round inert clip of German 7.92mm rounds, for use with the K98 rifle. Two of the rounds are dated 1934 and three rounds are dated 1936. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 Inert 7.92mm Clip This is a inert five round clip of German 7.92mm rounds for use with the K98 rifle. Four of the rounds are dated 1939 and one round is dated 1938. U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 Inert 7.92mm Clip This is a five round inert clip of German 7.92mm round for use with the K98 rifle. The clip contains two rounds dated 1937 and three rounds dated 1935. U.K. Sales Only
German WW2 inert Anti-Tank Rifle Grenade This is a very good example of a anti-tank rifle grenade which would have been fired from a launcher attached to a K98 rifle. The German designation for the grenade is Gewehr-Panzergranate 40 ( Gr.G.Pzgr.40 ). U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 inert Anti-Tank Rifle Grenade This is a very good example of a rifle anti-tank grenade, which would have been fired from a launcher attached to the K98 rifle. The German designation for the grenade is the Gewehr-Panzergranate 40 ( Gr.G.Pzgr 40 ). U.K. Sales Only.
German WW2 Inert M1924 Stick Grenade One of the most iconic grenades used during WW2 is the German M1924 stick grenade. This example is in reasonable condition with a faint marking on the handle. It is missing its porcelain ball which would be attached to a string pull-cord. U.K. Sales Only.
German Y-Straps German Infantry Y-straps, in good condition, except for a small tare on the securing tab on the inside of the left strap.
German Youth Festival Tinnie This is a Tinnie which was given to German youths at the 1936 German Youth Festival. The tinnie's inscription reads " DEUTCHES JUGENDFEST 1936".
German Zeltbahn Strap A zeltbahn strap in good condition.
Germany Army Boot Brush Cleaning Kit This is a standard German Army boot brush cleaning kit consisting of four brushes and pouch. This is a post-war manufactured item. However it is indentical to the wartime issue.
Germn Army Print This is an original German army print, which is one of forty taken from an official album. The print reads \" DAS HEER IM GROSSDEUTSCHEN FREIHEITSKAMPF\" ( LEICHTE FELDHAUBITZE SCHIESST SPERRFEUER ).
Good Conduct Medal This is a good conduct medal. The front of the medal is inscribed with the words "EFFICIENCY, HONOR, FIDELITY"
Government Vietnam Service Medal This medal was awarded to all U.S. governmetal staff, from civil servants to CIA Operatives.
Greek Army Great Coat This is a Greek army post-war great coat which is very similar to the British 1940 pattern great coat in style and colour and would be suitable for WW2 British re-enactment and living history. Especially if the Greek buttons are replaced with British general service buttons. The coat is dated 1950 and size stamped 4.
Greek M34/39 Helmet A rare and hard to find Greek M34/39 helmet. This helmets where actually manufactured in Italy and delivered just before the outbreak of hostilities. The helmets where delivered to the Greeks unpainted and without liners. The Greeks would paint the helmets and add their own leather liners. This example is in excellant condition and is size stamped 55.
Greek M34/39 Helmet This is a very rare and hard to find helmet from WW2 belonging the Greek army. The helmets where actually manufactured by the Italians and delivered before the outbreak of hostilities. They where delivered unpainted and without liners. The Greeks would paint the shells and add their own produced liners. This example is in very good condition retaining over 85% of it\'s original finish and is stamped with the Greek army marking on the liner which reads \"Army Property\" with the size stamp \"57\" The liner is also marked with the original owner\'s name.
Grenadier Guards Cap Badge Grenadier Guards cap badge.
Grenadier Guards Shoulder Titles A good set of Grenadier guards shoulder titles.
Grey Socks A pair of grey socks, ideal for German re-enactment.
Grey Woollen Gloves A pair of grey woollen gloves ideal for WW1 re-enactors who portray French or German soldiers.
Gross Deutschland Infantry Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of sewn in type infantry officers shoulder boards with the rank of Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ) and belonging to the Gross Deutschland Regiment. The rank pip and the GD cyphers are both gold guilted.
Gross Deutschland Officer\'s Shoulder Straps A good example of a pair of stitched in type shoulder straps belonging to a Oberst ( Colonel ), of the Gross Deutschland Panzer Fusilier Regiment, which are piped white.
Grrman Inert 20mm Cannon Round This is a 20mm cannon round which has the maker's code P120 ( Dynamit A.G. ) and dated 1940. U.K. Sales Only
Gurkha\'s Slouch Hat This is a Gurkha's slouch hat with its unique shape. The felt of the hat is in very good condition, however it is missing its chinstrap and the leather sweatband has started to come away. However the paper date label is still attached and dated February 1944.
Hair Clippers & Pouch A good example of set of hair clippers which have RB numbered "AM366rNO". The clippers are in good working order and come with a Wehrmacht issue pouch which are stamped with the words " Haarschneide Maschine". ( Hair Clipping Machine ).
Head Wounds Casualty Gas Mask This is an extremely rare gas mask designed to protect the entire head, face and respiratory organs of casualties with bandaged head wounds against gas attacks. This example does have a split in it's rubber on top of the hood and one rear securing loop is missing. Otherwise it is in good condition, and comes in it's original container with the securing strap still attached. It also has it's spare lenses container which has two spare lenses dated 1941. The head wound gas mask came in one size only.
Helicopter Crewman\'s Medical Pouch This is helicopter crewman's medical pouch. The front of the pouch has the "RED CROSS" emblem and is stamped " FIRST AID KIT, GENERAL PURPOSE". The pouch was produced by "GUIDA CLOTHING CO".
Herman Goring Other Ranks Schirmmutze A very good example of a contracted produced Luftwaffe shirmmutze ( peaked cap ). The cap is piped white for the elite Herman Goring regiment. The celluloid triangle has been removed, however the makers logo is partly visible on the leather sweatband. The cap is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Herman Goring Panzer Regiment M43 Cap This is a very nice example of a Herman Goring Panzer Regiment M43 cap. The cap does not have any moth damage, the linning is cotton, with a leather sweatband for the brow. The underside of the peak has suffered with some minor moth damage.
Herman Goring Regimental Cuff Band This is a Luftwaffe Regimental cuff band belonging the the Herman Goring Regiment which expand to a Brigade by July 1942. This example is the standard style, machine-embroided cuff band for enlisted men.
Hermann Goring Regiment Cuff Title This is the cuff title worn by members of the Hermann Goring regiment. The example has been shortened allowing just for the title to be shown.
Hitler Youth Armband This is a printed example armband, especially designed to avoid any confusion with the earlier SA and party Swastika armbands.
Hitler Youth Postcard & Photograph A postcard depicting Hitler Youth members on summer camp and a personal photograph depicting three friends in the Hitler Youth, there is a inscription on the back of the photograph.
Hitler Youth Standard This is a Hitler yourth standard which measures 29" ( 74cm ) in length. The standard is piped silver and black and has on it's top left corner a embroided letter "K".
Hitler Youths Leaders Sports Badge This is a un-issued bevo verison of the Hitler Youths Leaders Sports badge.
Hospital Pyjama Uniform A rare example of the hospital issue pyama uniform as worn by injuried Wehrmacht personal. The jacket is cut in the style of the Fatigue tunic and the trousers cut in the style of M37 service trousers. The trousers are in extremely good condition, however the jacket is in used and stained condition. The jacket is stamped on the left breast with the initials \" HV\".
HQ Special Service Brigade Formation Patch A early post-war HQ Special Service Brigade Formation patch.
Hungarian PA-63 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union including the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. The PA-63 is a Hungarian copy of the German Walther PP and was issued to the Hungarian military and police, which used the weapon from the early 1960's to the mid-1990's. The weapon was manufactured by Fegarmy Arms Factory ( FEG ). For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Hungarian PA-63 Pistol ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. The PA-63 is a Hungarian copy of the German Walther PP and was issued to the Hungarian Military and Police, which used the weapon from the early 1960' to the mid 1990's. The weapon was manufactured by Fegarmy Arms Factory ( FEG ). For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated the the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Identity Card This is a un-used Military identity card which was produced in 1945 for Frankfurt An Main.
Identity Disc This is a individual's identity disc which reads "DV 3/5/3 11 A". DV stands for "Deutsch Verwaltung Samt" ( German Administration Office ) 3/5/3, is the department. 11 The individual's personal number and the letter "A" their blood group. This is a very rare identity disc.
Identity Disc ( Armed Forces Replacement Motor Transport Dept ) A battlefield pick up aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit Wehrkr.Ers.DepVI. serial No 28799.
Identity Disc ( Building ) A aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit 2/Bau.11, serial number 451.
Identity Disc ( Infantry ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. blood group O, unit 9/J.R.9, serial No 86.
Identity Disc ( Infantry Replacement Battalion ) A battlefield pick up aluminium identity disc with the following markings. unit 3/ Jnf.Ers.Btl.216, serial No 81, blood group O.
Identity Disc ( Infantry Replacement Conversion ) A battlefield pick up with the following markings.unit 2.J.E.B.328, blood group A, serial No 5299.
Identity Disc ( Replacement Artillery ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. serial No 1001, blood group A, unit 2/Ers.A.R.7.
Identity Disc ( Replacement Conversion Infantry ) A aluminium indentity disc with the following markings. blood group 0, serial No 206, unit 3./ E.B.J.R.268.
Identity Disc ( Storm Company Mobile School Replacement ) A battlefield pick up zinc identity disc with the following markings. Unit St.Kp.L.Sch. E.Btl. 2,Serial number 30531.
Imperial German Prussian M15 Kleiner Rock The kleiner rock was a gament designed for officers orignally to be worn behind the lines. However they can be seen commonly worn on frontline service during the summer months. The tunic has the light green collar of the M15, red piped on the front and cuffs. The red is a universal piping worn by all branch of services. The shoulder boards are the rank of major and are piped red for artillery. The tunic is also stamped with what appears to be a film studio stamp \"MG Wien\"
Imperial German Army Song Book This is a pre-ww1 imperial German army song book, which has a cigarette card inside, which is dated September 1914 and shows a Imperial army band.
Indian 37 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog This is an Indian made 37 pattern webbing bayonet frog which is dated 1944.
Indian 37 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog This is an Indian made 37 pattern webbing bayonet frog which is dated 1944.
Indian 37 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog This is an Indian made 37 pattern webbing bayonet frog which is dated 1944.
Indian Deactivated No1 MKIII Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a nice example of a Indian made No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short-Magazine Lee-Enfield ). The rifle was produced by the Ishaore Factory and dated 1945. The brass butt disc is marked "N.R.A. 311". For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK Specification. Please email before making purchase.
Indian Deactivated No1 MKIII SMLE Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This is a 1920 Indian made No1 MKIII rifle more commonly known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield ). This example is in excellent condition and was produced by the Ishapore factory. The receiver and barrel are marked with the letters "E.Y. & D.P." which stands for Emergency Use and Drill Purpose. The butt is also stamped with the number 252 over the letter "B'.For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Indian Made Unit Marked 37 Pattern Battledress Blouse This is a Indian made 37 pattern battledress blouse which has the insignia of the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers, with the rank of Staff Sergeant and has the trade badge of hammer and pincers. The buttons have been replaced and repositioned. The contract label is missing and there are no "WD" stamping. The blouse is approximately a 40" chest.
Indian SMLE Nose Cap This is a Indian made nose cap for the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE.
Inert .380 Pistol Rounds 8 inert .380 pistol rounds with nickel jacketed heads. U.K. Sales Only.
Inert .380 Pistol Rounds 8 inert .380 pistol rounds, with lead heads. U.K. Sales Only.
Inert WW2 U.S. Electric Blasting Cap This is a inert electric blasting cap, with it\'s 12 ft wire. The electric blasing cap would have been used with various explosive devices such has the explosive satchel and Bangalore Torpedo. U.K. Sales Only.
Inert WW2 U.S. Electric Blasting Cap This is a inert electric blasting cap, with it\'s 12 ft wire. The electric blasting cap would have been used with various explosive devices such as the explosive satchel and Bangalore Torpedo. U.K. Sales Only.
Infantry Officers M36 Tunic A very nice example of a private purchase Infantry officers M36 tunic with the rank of Leutnant ( Second Lieutenant ). The tunic has the tailors label ( Louis Pfieffer, Aachen ). It also has the internal sword/dagger clip which is DRGM stamped. The only damage to the tunic are slight moth nips to the end of the left cuff.
Infantry Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of stitched in type Infantry officers shoulder boards with the rank of Leutnant (Lieutenant).
Infantry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of army officers stitched in type shoulder straps, which are piped white for infantry. The shoulder straps still retain the units cypher making these a very rare example "134 Grenadier Regiment ". The rank of the shoulder straps are that of a Oberleutnant ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Infantry Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of Infantry officers shoulder straps which are piped white. The shoulder straps have been removed from the tunic and hold the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant )
Infantry Officers Shoulderboards A good example of a pair of Army Major\'s stitched in shoulderboards.
Infantry Section Leading Booklet This is a new reprint of a 1938 Infantry section leading booklet. The booklet deals with the organization and armament of the Infantry platoon.
Infantry Training Pamphlet Ackpack Flame Thrower This is a new reprint of a 1952 publication of Infnatry training platoon weapons on the Ackpack Flame Thrower, which first entered service with the British army during WW2.
Instruction Manual For Flak Jacket This is an instruction manual which was issued with all flak jackets ( Fragmentation Protective Body Armour ). The manual was published by the United States Army Natick Laboratories, Natick, Massachuesstts and dated 22nd August 1963.
Inter-unit competition Medal This is a competition medal awarded to members of the winning marine platoon. The medal bars reads "LEATHERNECK, 1964 MCRD MATCH, MEMBER, WINNING PLATOON. The reverse of the medal has the name "Blackinton" .
Irish MKII Helmet ( Unit Marked ) This is a British MKII helmet supplied to the Irish Army in the early 1940\'s and which retains over 80% of its ruff textured finish and is marked with the insignia of the Western District command. The shell is dated 1940 and the liner is maker marked \"Vero\", size stamped 7 and dated 1938. It is also marked with the owners name \"Phil Burton\".
Irish Vickers Helmet During the 1920\'s the newly formed Irish Defence Forces began looking for a steel helmet. At first they considered the French M15 helmet and tested the M15 on a limited scale and found it to be unsatisfactory. The Irish decided to choose the German helmet used during WW1 and in November 1926 the Irish government approached the German consulate requesting a modern example. The German foreign office\'s reply dated 30th December 1926 advised the export of steel helmets was prohibited under the terms laid down by the Treaty of Versailles and for that reason was unable to comply. The Irish government had to look elsewhere and placed an order of 5,000 helmets with the British company Vickers & Co.LTD. The design of the new Irish helmet was based on the German M16 and was very similar in appearance except that the sides where more gently sloped and two small brackets fixed to the front to hold the officers pattern cap badge, which was actually worn by all ranks when the occasion required. The helmets where all painted a very dark shade of grey/green, the liners where all produced by the Irish firm, T.Smith & Son, Dublin and dated 1927. The shells are stamped V.LTD, with the serial number. In 1940 the Irish Defence forces replaced the Vickers helmets with the British MKII helmet. The Vickers helmets where issued to the emergency services and painted white. This example is one of the helmets issued to the Irish emergency services and is in good condition retaining it\'s complete liner, which is stamped \"T.Smith & Son, Dublin\" and dated 1927. The liner is also stamped with the letter \"L\" for large. The chinstrap is missing.
Irish Vickers Helmet During the 1920\'s the newly formed Irish Defence Forces began looking for a steel helmet. At first they considered the French M15 helmet and tested the M15 on a limited scale by the Irish army and found it to be unsatisfactory. The Irish decided to choose the German helmet used in the First World War and in November 1926 the Irish government approached the German consulate requesting a modern sample. The German foreign office\'s reply dated 30th December 1926, and advised that export of the steel helmets was prohibited under the terms laid down by the Treaty of Versailles, and for that reason where unable to comply. The Irish government had to look elsewhere and placed an order of 5,000 helmets with the British company Vickers & Co, Ltd, London. The design was based on the German M16 helmet. The was very similar to the German model except that the sides were more gently sloped and two small brackets fixed to the front to hold a officers pattern cap badge, which was actually worn by all ranks when the occasion required. The helmets where also painted a very dark shade grey/green. The liners where all produced in Ireland by T.Smith & Son, Dublin in 1927. The shell is stamped \"V.LTD\" with the serial number. In 1940 the Irish Defence Forces replaced the Vickers helmet with the British MKII brodie. The Vickers helmets where then all painted white and issued to the emergency services. This example is one which has been re-issued to the emergency services, the liner has dried but is intact, the chinstrap is missing, but one of the clips remain. These helmets are becoming quite rare in there own right, as many where actually converted by WW1 re-enactors.
Iron Cross 1939 Bar This is a maker marked Iron Cross bar. "C.E.JUNCKER, BERLIN,S.W.". One of the retaining pins has snapped off. However the award is in excellant condition.
Iron Cross 1st Class This is a screw back Iron Cross 1st class which was only awarded for Bravery. Unlike WW1 Iron Crosses which was awarded for meritorious service in a front line area. This example is in good condition and has the makers LDO number 51 which identifies the maker as "Eduard Gorlach & Sohne".
Israeli Deactivated Galil 5.56mm Assault Rifle This is a Galil 5.56mm assault rifle designed by Ysrael Galil and Yaacov Lior in the late 1960's. The design was influenced by the Hungarian Valmet RK-62 assault rifle which in itself was an improved version of the Soviet AK47. The Galil was first introduced into the Israeli military in 1973 and is used by military and police forces in over 25 countries. This example was manufactured by Israel Military Industries ( IMI ), which is now called Israel Weapon Industries ( IWI ). This example does not have the bipod, carrying handle and wire cutter and would have been issued to support troops and Military Police. The weapon has a moving cocking handle and removable magazine. It comes with EU/UK Deactivation Certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
Italian Breda M37 Heavy Machine Gun Feeder Trays and Box This ammunition box containing 12 feeder trays for the Italian Breda M37 heavy machine gun.
Italian Cap Badge This is a Italian cap badge belonging to the 43rd Artillery Regiment.
Italian Deactivated Carcano M1941 Rifle This is a very nice example of a Carcano M1941 rifle which has the Italian Royal family's crest "The House of Savoy". This example is a current EU/UK deactivation and will not cock or dry fire. However the bolt will open and close. U.K. Sales Only.
Italian Fascists M.V.S.N. Side Cap This is a side cap belonging to M.V.S.N. Which stands for \"Militia Volontaria per la Sicurezza Nationale\" ( Voluntary Militia for National Security ), better known as the \"Blackshirts\". The cap\'s badge is the badge was adopted by Italian fascists and was originally the ancient Roman symbol for power. The cap is in extremely good condition externally without any moth damage, however the leather sweat band has torn in places and a small part is missing. The cap has the makers name \"Littoria\".
Italian M1891 Bayonet This is a Italian M1891 which is dated 1941 on the cross-guard, which is also maker marked.The bayonet comes with a WW1 era scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Italian M1891/38 Folding Bayonet This is a M1891/38 folding bayonet for use with the Carcano M91/38 rifle. The muzzle ring has suffered some damage and has been pushed back from its straight position. Otherwise the bayonet is in good condition. Under the offensive weapons act. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Italian M1938 Carcano Cavalry Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This is a good example of the Carcano model 38 cavalry carbine, which was produced in the state factory of Gardone and dated 1940. The carbine would have been issued to cavalry, artillery and transport personal. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Italian M1941 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This a good example of the M1941 Carcano rifle which is dated 1943. The rifle is maker marked "FAT" and is stamped with Royal Crown. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU/UK Sales Only.
Italian M33 Helmet This is an Italian M33 helmet which has been re-issued to Bulgaria after WW2.
Italian Officer's Gold Bullion Parade Cartridge Belt This is a gold bullion Italian officer's parade cartridge belt, which is embossed with the insignia of the 35th Artillery Regiment. The belt and ammunition box are both in excellent condition, with no mothing to the black felt underlay.
Italian Officer's Parade Blue Sash This is a blue sash worn by Italian army officers.
Italian Officer's Visor Cap This is a very nice example of an Italian officer's visor cap belonging to 4th Artillery Regiment. The celluloid triangle is intact with the maker's details "Sartoria Militare, Bongioui, Trento". The gold gilted chinstrap buttons have the Artillery motif of crossed cannons.
Italian Officers Greatcoat Italian officers greatcoat, in very good condition with slight wear around the collar. There is no moth damage. The coat has the rank bars of Captain on both sleeves.
Italian Officers Uniform This is Italian Alpine Captains uniform consisting of Tunic and breeches. The uniform is in good condition with the tunic having a rippon bar over its left breast.
Italian-German Campaign Medal This medal was awarded to members of the Afrika Korps and was a semi-official award that was bestowed by the Italian military command. The medal achieved unofficial recognition as a foreign decoration by the Germans. However no member of the Italian armed forces received the medal. After Italy's surrender an order dated 29th March 1944 by the German High Command prohibited any further wearing of Italian awards.
Italy Star This is a un-named Italy Star for the 1939 to 1945 war.
Jager Arm Badge This is a nice example of the Jager arm badge worn by Rifle Divisions and Rifle Battalions. This example has been removed from a tunic and is of Bevo quality
Jager - Battaillon Von Neumann Tunic & Cap ( Part 1 ) This is a jager-battaillon Parade tunic and cap which i am showing over two listings. The tunic is in excellant condition, apart from some minor damage to one of the epaulettes. The tunic is dark green with red collar and cuffs. Apart form the damage to the epaulette the tunic is completely free of any moth damage or staining. The tunic retains the collar liner with all gold domed buttons intact with very attractive red shoulder boards with the gold embroided number 5 Jager-Bataillon Von Neumann ( Schlesisches ), which was raised in 1808, which belonged to the 5th Army Corps. The number 4 on the shoulder board buttons are the company number. The tunic is fully lined, without any moth damage or rips. The cap is covered in Part 2 of this listing.
Jager -Bataillon Von Neumann Parade Tunic & Cap Part 2 This is the second part for listing item number 54595 showing details of the cap. The cap has the makers details and what appears to be the original owners name written on the lining. The condition of the cap is very good without any moth damage.
Jager Arm Badge This is un-issued bevo arm badge which was introduced in October 1942 for rifle Divisions and battalions, involved in mountain warefare.
Jager Regimental Sleeve Badge This is machine-embroided jager regimental sleeve badge. The badge was first introduced on 2nd October 1942.
Jager Regimental Sleeve Badge This is a good example of a Jager Regimental sleeve badge.
Japanese Inert 6.5mm Arisaka Rounds Five round of Chinese made 6.5mm rounds for use with the Japanese WW2 Arisaka rifles. We have a limited number in stock. U.K. Sales Only.
Japanese & German Union of Fascists Badge This is an extremely rare and unsual badge to commemorate the non-aggression pact between German and Japan in 1939. This is one of a series of badges produced by "Deschler & Sohn", being the rarest in the series. The badge is non-maker marked.
Japanese Army Greatcoat A good example of a Japanese army other ranks greatcoat. The coat has no moth damage, however it missing three of its buttons. The coat has its manufacturers stampings.
Japanese Army Tropical Field Cap This is a early Japanese army tropical field cap, which still retains it's yellow star and chinstrap and metal grommets which have rusted. Later pattern field caps had the metal grommets discontinued due to their tendency to rust in the tropical climate.
Japanese Army Tropical Field Cap This is a Japanese army tropical field cap in good condition, missing it's chinstrap but retaining it's yellow star. This is a later pattern field cap,which does not have any metal grommets which tended to rust due to the tropical climate.
Japanese Army Tropical Tunic This is the tropical version of the Army M98 tunic. The tunic is in good conidition with some minor stains. The tunic has the manufacturer's label and the rank of 2nd Class Private.
Japanese Army Tunic This is a mint example of a woollen M98 Japanese army tunic with the rank of 1st Class Private. The tunic is cotton lined and has the manufacturer\'s ink stamp. The tunic has not suffered with any moth damage. The original owners name is stitched into the collar.
Japanese Factory Guards Cap This is a extremely rare Japanese factory Guards cap, in excellent condition. The cap is made of a hessian and felt with a and a paper chinstrap.
Japanese Infantry Weapons of WW2 This is a very good reference book on Japanese Infantry weapons of WW2 first publish in 1966 by Normount Armament Company as part of their Combat bookshelf series. The book illustrates all weapon types used by the Imperial Japanese army during WW2.
Japanese M32 Helmet This is Japanese M32 helmet, which was adopted by the Imperial Japanese army in 1932 and remained the standard helmet to within Imperial Japanese forces to 1945 with no change or modifications. This example is completely untouched retaining the Imperial army star, liner and traces of its original paint.
Japanese Messtins A mint example of a three piece set of Japanese messtins which still retain nearly 100% of the original green paint. The messtins have the manufactures halmark on the lid and tray.
Japanese Nambu Type 14 Magazine This is a magazine for the a Japanese Nambu type 14 Semi-Auto Pistol.
Japanese Officer\'s Map Case A good example of a leather Japanese officer\'s map case.
Jerry Can This is a Wehrmacht issue jerry can retaining most of it\'s original tan paint. This example is dated 1943 and has a unit number \"201\".
Jewel 33 Parafin Stove This is a Jewel 33 parafin stove, as used by Wehrmacht troops when stationed in fixed positions such as bunkers. This example is in good condition retaininly nearly all of it's Wehrmacht green paint, however it is missing it's small tools.
K98 Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 ammunition pouches, one is dated 1943 and the other is non-dated. Both pouches have had their dividers removed. It was common practice for the soldiers to remove the dividers to allow easier and quicker access to the 7.92mm five round clips. The inside of the flap lid has some sort of stamping.
K98 Ammunition Pouches A set of K98 ammunition pouches, one of which still retains it's cell dividers, which was normally removed by combat veterans, which allowed them to gain quicker and easier access to their five round clips. The other pouch has had it's cell dividers removed. The pouches do have a very faint makers mark, however it is impossible to read.
K98 Bayonet Frog This is a simplified model of the K98 bayonet frog, which was introduced by the Waffen-SS by the end of 1943. it was made either in complete leather or leather and webbing. This example is made in leather has become quite brittle over the years. However still ideal as a displace piece. This model was also issued to army troops.
K98 Bayonet Frog This was originally a cavalry type k98 bayonet frog which has had its pommel retaining straps removed. It was quite common for the troops to remove the pommel straps as they tended to get caught in the foliage. This example has no visible makers stamp or production date.
K98 Bayonet Frog This was originally a cavalry pattern K98 bayonet frog, which has had the pommel retaining straps removed. It was common practice for the troops to remove the pommel straps as they tended to get caught in the foliage. This example has no clear markings or date of manufacture.
K98 Bayonet Frog ( Luftwaffe Marked ) This is a K98 leather bayonet frog, which has a faint makers stamp and a visible date 1938. The back of the frog is stamped with the letters "L.BA." which is a Luftwaffe acceptance marking, making this quite a rare item. The leather is in good condition however the stitching has started to come apart from the main body for the bayonet frog.
K98 Cavalry Bayonet Frog This is a cavalry pattern K98 bayonet frog, which has the retaining straps for the bayonet's pommel. An order ( HV39C, No119 ) dated 25th January 1939 authorised all troops to wear the cavalry pattern bayonet frog. This is a good example which has a faint makers stamp and dated 1939.
K98 Cavalry Bayonet Frog This is a cavalry pattern bayonet frog, which has the retaining straps for the bayonet's pommel. An order ( HV39C, No119 ) dated 25th January 1939, authorised all troops to wear the cavalry pattern bayonet frog. This is a good example, however there is no visible makers stamp or date of manufacture.
Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry This is the cap badge worn by the Kings Own Light Infantry which officially existed between 1881 to 1968.
Knights Cross Oakleaf Cased Cluster This is the additional award to the Knights Cross, the Oakleaf Cluster. This example is still in its original case, however the retaining pin has broke away from the award. There are no maker marks or hallmarks on the award. The case is has a black felt incert with the lid lined with white linen.
Knights Cross of The War Merit Cross Without Swords A rare example of a Knights Cross of The War Merit Cross without Swords. This example has been awarded, however i have no documentation concerning the recipient. The medal has the hallmark of "900" and numbered "1" on the central downward facing arm. The rippon loop is also has the "900" hallmark with the number "1". The underside of the rippon has a greyish silk lining with press studs.
Kriegsmarine Medical Weighing Scales This is a un-issued example of a Kriegsmarine medical weighing scales, which was used to measure the weight of tablets when issued. This example actually comes from the underground military hospital on Jersey. The top of the box is marked \" MARINE LAZARETT\". The underneath of the box is dated 1942 and is stamped \"Natenkommandant, Helier, Jersey\".
Kriegsmarine Medical Weighing Scales This is a un-issued set of kriegsmarine medical weighing scales which was used to measure the weight of tablets before issue. This example has actually come from the undergound hospital from Jersey. The lid of the box is marked \"MARINE LAZARETT\". The underneath of the box is dated 1942 and stamped \"Natenkommandant, Helier, Jersey\".
Kriegsmarine Song Book This is a rare song book issued to the Kreigsmarine. The book is in in good condition and dated 1940.
Kriegsmarine Tropic Tunic This is a Kriegsmarine tropical tunic which has had a minor repair to the collar. Otherwise the tunic is in very good condition and appears to have a unit stamp on the cotton lining. The KM breast eagle has been re-applied to the tunic and two of the KM shoulder board buttons are missing.
Kriegsmarine Tropica Petty Officers Tunic This is a Kriegsmarine Petty officers tropical tunic, which has been sun bleached. The original colour appears to be jade green. The shoulder boards are missing the rank pips and anchor. The condition of the tunic is very good and has removeable brass naval buttons.
Kriegsmarine Tropical Tunic A Kriegsmarine tropical tunic, which is in good condition, except for the breast eagle which has been re-applied by hand. However the original stitching outline of the breast eagle to the tunic is still clearly visible.
Kriegsmarine Vehicle Pennant This is a Kriegsmarine ( Navy ) vehicle pennant.The edge of the pennant has been sliced, which i believe was done during the period. Probably by an allied soldier as he removed it from the vechicle as a war-souvenir
Kriegsmarine Visor Cap National Insignia This is the national insignia worn on Kreigsmarine visor caps. Most of the gold guiding has worn away, however traces are still clearly visible.
Krim Shield A nice example of the Krim Shield with a fieldgrey backing cloth, which still retains it's paper backing. The award was established on 25th July 1942 to commermorate the Crimea campaign.
Landwacht Schirmmutzen This is a nice example of a Landwacht peaked cap. The landwacht where an early form of a national police force which was formed during the Third Reich period. This example still retains its celluloid diamond shaped triangle which is maker marked "PEKURO".
Large Capacity Water Bottle This is a large capacity water bottle, which was originally designed as a medic\'s water bottle. However due to it\'s extra half-litre capacity, it was adopted by para and mountain troops due to the nature of their operations,This example is in excellent condition with a webbing straps and plastic cup. The cap retains it\'s rubber seal and the water bottle is maker marked \"MN\" and dated 1942. The leather part of the webbing strap which attaches to the bread bag has a slight rip.
Large Capacity Water Bottle This is a large capacity water bottle, which was originally designed as a medic's water bottle. However due to it's extra half-litre capacity, it was adopted by para and mountain troopers due to the nature of their operations. This example is dated 1943 and maker marked "G & CL" ( Riessner-Werke AG ).
Large Capacity Water Bottle This is a large capacity water bottle, which was originally designed as a medic's water bottle. However due to its extra half-litre capacity, it was adopted by para and mountain troops due to the nature of their operations. This example is in very good condition however it is not dated except for the bakelite drinking cup which dated 1940 and maker marked "gfc" which identifies the maker as "Julius Posselt". The metal cap retains its rubber seal.
Large Capacity Waterbottle This is a large capacity waterbottle which was originally designed as a medic's waterbottle. However due to it's extra half-litre capacity, it was adopted by paratroopers and mountain troopers due to the nature of their operations. This example is maker marked "mn" the cap is dated 1941 and the waterbottle 1942.
Large Capacity Waterbottle This is a large capacity waterbottle which could carry an extra half-litre of water than the standard M31 waterbottle. The large capacity waterbottle was originally designed as a medic's waterbottle. However it soon was adopted by paratroopers and mountian troopers, due to the nature of the their operations and the advantages of having a larger capacity waterbottle. This example is in excellant condition dated 1941 and maker marked "mn".
Large Carlisle First Aid Dressing This is a large Carlisle First Aid dressing, which is dated 12th September 1940 and was produced by "The American White Cross Laboratories, Inc".
Large Field Dressing This is an extra large field dressing which is dated 27/03/1942. This type of field dressing was common amongst vehicle first Aid boxes and medical packs.
Late- War German MG34 Bi-Pod This is a Late-war bi-pod for the German MG34 machine gun. Which would have been used on 1945 dated MG34's maker code "dot" Waffenwerke Brunn AG. which was a Czechoslovakian firm who utilised ZB30 legs due to the shortage of materials at that stage of the war.
Late-War M1931 Water Bottle This is a late-war M1931 water bottle which is coated in red-lead paint. The felt cover is in good condition, however the plastic cap and drinking cup have suffered with some damage. The cap has broke and torn away from the leather strap. The cap is kept together with a piece of tape. However it is still ideal for display.
Late-War M31 Waterbottle This is a late-war M31 waterbottle made from steel and which has been coated in red lead paint. The drinking cup is also made of steel, dated 1944 and was manufactured by "AEMA". The strap attached to the cap has come away and the front leap strap loop has split. However when fastend altogether it looks fine and is still ideal for display.
Latvian Badge This a Latvian badge of the city of Riga.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is a Latvian lapel badge for the City of KANDAVA.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is the Latvian lapel badge for the city of RIGA.
Latvian Lapel Badge This is Latvian lapel badge for the city of Riga. The badge has the inscription \"RIGAS DOMS\".
Latvian Volunteer Sleeve Shield This is the sleeve shield worn by Latvian volunteers, serving in the Wehrmacht.
Latvian Volunteer's Arm Shield This is a Latvian Volunterr's arm shield worn by members who have volunteered for service within the German Wehrmacht. This example is a home made variant using army NCO aluminium trees.
Latvian Volunteer's Arm Shield This is the arm shield worn by Latvian volunteers of the Wehrmacht. The colours where taken from the 13th Century flag of the Letts.
Latvian Volunteer's Arm Shield This is a the arm shield worn by Latvian volunteers of the Wehrmacht. The colours where taken from the 13th Century flag of the Letts.
LC1 Nylon Suspenders A good example of LC1 nylon suspenders, which was adopted in the U.S. Army in 1973. The LC1 suspenders are also known as the Y-type.
Leather Jerkin This is a good example of a leather jerkin which was made under contract in Belgium for the British army. The label has the maker, size and date. The maker L.Vanenplas, Brussels, size 2 and dated June 1945. The label also has the war department arrow.
Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter Officers Shoulder straps A pair of Infantry piped Leibstandarte Adolf Hilter officers sewn in type shoulder straps with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The cyphers was originally gold guilted which traces are clearly visibly. Both cyphers have started to oxidize with age.
Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke This is a embroided example of a single shoulder title belonging to Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke. Which was a Canadian Regiment. The regiment was originally formed in 1910 as a Infantry Reserve Regiment based at Sherbrooke, Quebec. The Regiment\'s name was 54th Regt Carabiners De Sherbrooke and recieved a name change to Les Fusiliers De Sherbrooke in 1933. The regiment was disbanded in 1945.
Lewis Gun Pamphlet This is a new reprint of a 1942 publication of the Lewis machine gun.
Light Weight 1943 Pattern Gas Mask The light weight 1943 pattern gas mask was introduced on 27th March 1943 to replace the General service gas mask. This example is dated 21st April 1944 with the filter dated 20th April 1944. The mask is in good condition the filter has suffered with a dent to its base and the haversack is extremely well used.
Lufschutz M43 Cap A nice example of a Lufschutz M43 cap. The colour of the cap is Luftwaffe blue. The lining is artifical silk and the flap has the loops for the ear warmers to be attached.
Luftschutz Breast Eagle This is a bevo uncut Luftschutz breast eagle.
Luftschutz Medal This is a medal award to members of the Luftschutz. The medal was instituted on 30.1.1938. The medal was known as the Air Safety Honour Award ( Das Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen ). The rippon is not the usual blue with with white, red and black border.
Luftschutz Medal 2nd Class This is a good example of a Luftschutz medal retaining most of its grey patina and dated 1938 on the reverse.
Luftschutz Officer's Fliegerblouse This is a Lufschutz officer's fliegerblouse, which is in very good condition. The rank of the blouse is that of Zugfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). Unfortunately the officer's shoulder boards are missing, however the region cuff title of "GAU RHEINHESSEN" is still attached.
Luftwaffe Anti-Aircraft Artillery Combat Badge This is a good example of a boxed Luftwaffe Anti-Aircraft artillery combat badge which was institued on 10/01/1941 and awarded for the destruction of enemy air and ground targets. This example is maker marked "G.B." ( Vereinigte Deustche Neckelwerke AG/ Witte & Co )
Luftwaffe Belt & Buckle This is a Luftwaffe belt and buckle, which has a steel buckle, retaining it\'s leather tab, which is dated 1942. The leather belt has had a period repair with the addition of two steel studs. The belt is also named which is very faint.
Luftwaffe Breadbag Strap This is a un-issued Luffwaffe ( Airforce ) breadbag strap.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A nice example of a Luftwaffe breast eagle, which has been removed from a tunic or Fliegerblouse.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A Luftwaffe breast eagle.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is the second pattern Luftwaffe other ranks breast eagle which has been removed from a tunic.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle A luftwaffe breast eagle which would have been worn on the 4 pocket tunic and fliegerblouse.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is the 2nd pattern airforce breast eagle. Which would have been worn on the 4 pocket tunic and fliegerblouses.
Luftwaffe Breast Eagle This is a Luftwaffe breast eagle which has been removed from the flight blouse.
Luftwaffe Fatigue Tunic A very good example of a white herringbone Luftwaffe fatigue tunic which is size and unit marked. However the unit marking quite difficult to read. The tunic also retains the manufacturer\'s stamp.
Luftwaffe Field Division M43 Cap A slighty battered example of what i believe to be a field made Luftwaffe field division M43 cap. The cap's insignia is in a form of a breast eagle with green backing indicating that it was a paratroopers smock eagle. The cap's lining is made of cotton which is also used for the underneath of the peak. The outer edge of the peak has frayed revealing the cardboard stiffer. The cap has also been sun-bleached,however when the ear flaps are pulled down the freshness of the fieldgrey material is revealed.
Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Leather Jacket This is a black leather jacket was worn by Luftwaffe fighter pilots. This example has the rank of Major. The pocket zips are unfortunately broken. However the main zip is in working condition. The collar has worn exposing the hessian lining. The press studs are all "PRYM" marked.
Luftwaffe Flak Qualification Badge This is the qualification badge worn on the lower left sleeve by Luftwaffe Flak Crews.
Luftwaffe Generals Cap Insignia Set This is a Luftwaffe Generals cap insignia set, which has been removed from the schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). The insignia consists of gold embroided eagle and national insignia. Both pieces of insignia retain their paper backing.
Luftwaffe General\'s National Cap Insignia This is a good example of a Luftwaffe general\'s peaked cap insignia.
Luftwaffe Krim Shield This is an un-issued Luftwaffe Krim shield which was instituted on 25.7.1942. The shield still retains its paper backing which is marker marked \"J.V.H.\" ( Prebwerk Westfalen, Friedrich Hefendehl ). The shield is also dated 1944.
Luftwaffe M43 Cap This is a Luftwaffe M43 cap, which is missing its cap insignia. The visor a small repair on its left outer edge. Otherwise it is in very good condition. The lining is made of artificial silk, RB numbered and size stamped 57.
Luftwaffe Mechanic's Overalls A nice example of Luftwaffe mechanic's overalls which are dated 1937. The overalls are made of herringbone cotton twill, with a Luftwaffe blue woollen lining. It will certainly compliment any Battle of Britain display.
Luftwaffe NCO Rank Chevron This is a rank chevron of a Luftwaffe Obergefreiter ( Corporal ).
Luftwaffe NCO's Removeable Shoulder Straps A pair of Luftwaffe NCO's shoulder straps with the rank of Uteroffizier ( Senior-Corporal ), which are piped red for Flak-Artillery. The shoulder straps are not a matching pair, however they are very similar.
Luftwaffe NCO\'s Visor Cap This is Luftwaffe NCO's visor which as the branch of service piping yellow for aircrew and paratroopers. However this example is maker marked "FL.Horst, Hattstadt, FL.Staffel ( J ) 1. "J" is for Jager. The markings translates to Air Station Hattstadt, Flight Squadron ( Hunter ) for fighter Squardon 1. Which i believe was training fighter squadron. Making this visor cap quite rare. The leather sweatband has a tare to the left side, otherwise it is in very good condition.
Luftwaffe Officers Cap Insignia Set This is a Luftwaffe officers cap insignia set, which has been removed off the schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). The insignia consists of embroided eagle and national insignia. Both pieces of insignia retain their cloth and paper backing.
Luftwaffe Officers Doe Skin Gloves A extremely nice pair of unissued Luftwaffe officer's doe skin gloves which are "LBA" and maker marked "MKN" ( Hans Eckl ).
Luftwaffe Officers Pilot Badge This is a Luftwaffe officers pilot badge which is in excellant condition.
Luftwaffe Officers Sidecap This is a fair example of a Luftwaffe officers sidecap, which has minor moth damage to the right side. The lining is made of silk and has a leather sweatband on the brow. The moth damage does not spoil the overall look of the cap.
Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle This is the second pattern breast eagle which was worn by other ranks of the Luftwaffe.
Luftwaffe Other Ranks Breast Eagle This is a very nice example of a Luftwaffe other ranks breast eagle which has a black felt underlay. Black underlay Luftwaffe breast eagles where worn on Luftwaffe mechanics overalls and members of the General Goring Regiment.
Luftwaffe Pilots Wrist Compass This is a excellent example of a wrist compass worn by Luftwaffe pilots. This example is in perfect working order and is dated 1939.
Luftwaffe Racksack This is a standard issue luftwaffe racksack which is complete with all its straps, however they have dried and hardened and the right D-ring has started to tear away from its fitting. The racksack is \"LBA\" marked on its leather fitting,
Luftwaffe Sentry Coat This is a very large size Luftwaffe Sentry coat, which is blanket lined. The coat has the normal size markings a very faint maker's stamp and what appears to be a 1939 date. The coat original has stitched-in type shoulder boards, which have been cut-away. However you can make out the branch of service piping golden yellow for aircrew and paratroops. Besides the removal of the shoulder boards, the sentry coat is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Luftwaffe Specialist Qualification Badge This is a Luftwaffe specialist qualification badge worn by flying personal ( Fliegendes Personal ), except for those who where entitled to wear the Luftwaffe pilot's, observer's or radio operator's breast badges. This badge was introduced into the Luftwaffe between March 1936 to April 1937.
Luftwaffe Summer Flying Helmet This is a summer flying helmet which was the type used by Luftwaffe bomber crews during the Battle of Battle. This example is 85% complete, missing one buckle and the internals of the earphones. The label is still attached giving the model number "LKpS 101 ". The maker is Siemens.
Luftwaffe Summer Flying Helmet This is a very interesting example of a LKp.S.101 summer issue flying helmet. The helmet has been period enlarged with two pieces of trianglar shaped leather strips. The helmet marker is "De T.e W.e, Deutsche Telephon Werke und Kabel Industrie AG. Berlin S.O.36". Most Luftwaffe flying helmets where manufactured by Siemens. There is also a name tag "KARL HEISLER, BERLIN 0.27", which i believe may have been the professional tailor who enlarged the flying helmet. The helmet is complete with all its wiring, earphones and throatmike. The helmet also has a very faint date mark in red ink giving the date 1939.
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge worn by a qualified telephone NCO operator ( Geprufter Fernsprechunteroffizier ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge A Luftwaffe trade badge worn by air raid warning personnel ( Flugmeldepersonal ).
Luftwaffe Trade Badge This is a Luftwaffe trade badge which was worn by a transport driver ( Kraftfahrer ).
Luftwaffe Tropical Tunic This is in fact an army 2nd pattern tropical tunic, which has been used by a member of the Luftwaffe, possibly by a paratrooper or a member of the a field division soldier serving in North Africa or Italy. The army collar tabs and breast eagle have been removed with the breast eagle replaced by a Luftwaffe tropical pattern. However you can still see a very faint outline fo the army collar tabs. The tunic also has Luftwaffe blue buttons and a 2nd Class Iron cross ribbon. The tunic retains faint size markings and a number 7, which would have been applied by the factory when numbering material to be cut.
Luftwaffe White Fatigue Uniform A very mint example of an unissued Luftwaffe white fatigue uniform. The blouse still has the the manufacturers paper label stitched to the lower left sleeve. The manufacturer\'s name is Leopold Lsutenschlager and the blouse is also size and LBA marked and dated 1942. The size markings are 41.96.46.61.62.The trousers are in mint condition, however where made by another manufacturer \" Hollerung\" and are also LBA marked and dated 1942. The size markings for the trousers are 86.86.121.100.
Luftwaffe Winter Flying Helmet This is a LKpW1C1 winter fleece lined Luftwaffe flying helmet complete with its earphones, throatmike . The electric cap is missing its plug. However the helmet does retain it's Siemens maker and model label. The overwhole condition of the flying is good with the leather still soft and subtle.
Lufwaffe LKPW1C1 Winter Leather Flying Helmet This is a LKPW1C1 winter fleece lined Luftwaffe flying helmet, mainly worn by bomber crews. The helmet is complete with it's earphones, throat-mike and long lead. The left earphone is missing it's celluloid cover. The maker's label is missing, however the leather is still soft and subtle.
M-1910 Water Bottle Set A M-1910 Water bottle set consisting of water bottle, drinking cup and pouch. The water bottle is dated 1918 and has the maker\'s stamp \"LE & C\". The drinking cup is non-dated.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch containing a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HAPERIN Co. INC.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch, which contains a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HALPERIN Co. INC.
M-1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Bandage This is a M-1942 field dressing pouch, which contains a gauze bandage, which was manufactured by A.E.HALPERIN Co. INC
M-1942 Messtin A non-dated example of M-1942 messtins which was produced by "WYOTT" and stamped "US".
M-1942 Messtins A nice set of M-1942 pattern messtins which are dated 1966 stamped "U.S." and was manufactured by "T/I-M&C". The DSA contract date is 1967 as indicated by the DSA contract number "DSA-400-67-C-0099-TR530".
M-1944 Field Jacket ( Ike Jacket ) This is a nice example of the M-1944 Field jacket. which was chosen by General Eisenhower in april 1944 and became better known as the Ike jacket. The Ike jacket was originally designed to be a field jacket based on the British battledress for use in the european theatre of operations. However the M-1943 became the popular field jacket and the Ike jacket became an excellant replacement for the service coat. This example is size marked 38R and dated 18th Dec 1944 and produced by De Rossi & Son.
M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 1952 magazine M1 Carbine magazine pouch, which could hold two magazines. The pouch was manufactured by \"Arakelian Co\". The grommets at the bottom was to allow for additional pouch to be hooked on.
M1 Carbine Reference Book This is a excellent reference book which is part of the American Firepower Series on the M1 carbine by Tom Laemlein. The book has plenty of period photographs and is the hardback version.
M1 Carbine Wartime Blanks This is a wartime box of .30 M1909 blanks for the M1 carbine. The box is still sealed and contains 20 blank cartridges which where manufactured at Lake City Ammunition Plant. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K.Sales Only.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Garand Rifle Cleaning Kit This is the standard cleaning kit for the M1 Garand Rifle. The kit consists of long oil bottle and un-issued cleaning rod. The cleaning rod is post-war manufactured and dated June 1954. The cleaning rod is identical to WW2 issue examples.
M1 Helmet & Mitchell Camouflage Cover This is a M1 helmet which comes with 1973 dated Mitchell helmet cover. The liner is actually WW2 vintage and was manufactured by "Inland" which is identified by the crown and the number 35 stamped into the liner. The liner is also painted with a unit number "30". "30th Infantry Division".
M16 Reference Book This is a reference book which contains photographs and illustrations on the history and development of the M16 assault rifle.
M1910 Water bottle Set This is a M1910 water bottle set consisting, of a 1918 dated water bottle, which is maker marked, a non-dated or maker marked cup and a 1917 dated pouch.
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set consisting of a 1944 dated waterbottle with a matching dated cup. Both the waterbottle and drinking cup are maker marked. The waterbottle pouch is British made ETO ( European Theatre of Operations ).
M1910 Waterbottle Set This is a M1910 waterbottle set consisting of green coloured pouch, waterbottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1945 and all maker marked.
M1930 Gas Mask & Canister This is a very good example of a M1930 gas mask, which is dated 1941 and comes with a 1944 dated canister still retaining it's shoulder straps. The base of the canister is stamped with the letter "D", identifying the canister as the watertight pattern which came in production at the end of 1942. The canister has a special compartment to carrier spare lenses which are included and are still inside their issue packet. The gas mask filter is the FE41 pattern and is stamped with a proof marking ( Waffenampt ) and dated 1941.
M1931 Mess Tin This is a M1931 mess tin, which the lid has the three letter maker\'s code \"AWG\" and dated 1929, with the lower half has the maker\'s code \"DMN\" ( Fabrik Eletrischer Maschinen u.Apparate ) and dated 1941
M1931 Water Bottle This is an extremely early dated M1931 water bottle which is maker marked stgt.hre" ( C.W. Motz & Co, Metallwarenfabrik ) and dated 1933. The water bottle and felt covering are both in very good condition. However the strap does have a slight tare just belt the clip fastener. The aluminium drinking cup is dated 1941 and maker marked "DMN" ( Tornado, Nachf Fabrik ).
M1931 Zeltbahn The Zeltbahn ( tent quarter/poncho ), was an essential piece of German army equipment and was the first standard camouflage item to become standard issue in any army as early the early 1930\'s. This example is in good condition with two minor holes mainly where the guides ropes would have been attached. However it does retain all of it\'s buttons. There is no visible date or maker\'s name.
M1946 Kepi This is a very nice example of a M1946 Kepi which the side is black and the crown red felt. The front of the Kepi has the red flaming grenade insignia. The has the makers name \"HUARD\" and is size marked 60.
M1956 Pistol Belt This is a M1956 pistol belt, with vertical weave and dated 1974.
M1956 Suspenders M1956 suspenders, which are approximately a size regular. All clips are in good order.
M1956 Suspenders A M1956 suspenders which are DSA marked and are size stamped \"R\" for regular. The left clip is damage, however it will still attach to the belt and is ok for display.
M1956 Twin Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a M1956 twin magazine pouch for the M1911A1 pistol.
M1967 Supsenders M1967 suspenders, which very similar in design to the M1956 suspenders, but are made of nylon and with extra clips to attach additional field equipment. This example has no visible markings.
M1C Paratrooper Helmet This is the second pattern paratroopers helmet which was introduced during the winter of 1943. This example has two dents on the crown of the helmet the chinstrap and helmet shell are both stamped \"A5470\". It is in untouched condition. The liner was produced by \"Inland\" and has the number 12 stamped below the maker\'s name. However i believe the liner has been repainted and the \"A-frame\" straps have been replaced\" and are not original.
M3-M3A1 Submachine Gun Reference Book This is a excellent reference book on the history, development of the M3-M3A1 submachine gun more commonly known as the Grease Gun. The book was written by Frank Iannamico.
M31 Breadbag This is a M31 breadbag which is a non-military issue item. It would have been issue to a state organisation. The back of the breadbag has had a pocket removed. otherwise it is in fair condition and retains it's original owner's name "KRAZNOW". The breadbag also has leather loop re-enforcers.
M31 Breadbag A good example of a M31 breadbag which has had the belt loop buttons replaced with East-German tunic buttons.
M31 Mess Tins A set of M31 mess tins, top and lower both dated 1940 and marked with different maker codes upper \"smm\", lower \"fss\". Both makers are unknown makers.
M31 Mess Tins A set of M31 mess tins which the top and lower are dated 1939 and 1940 respectively. Both parts have the same maker\'s three letter code \"AWG\". The lower half is also marked with the original owner\'s name \"SOWKA\".
M31 Water Bottle This is a very good condition mid to late war steel made produced water bottle with a 1942 dated steel cup which is maker marked "CFL" which identifies the maker as "Peter Heuel, Sagewerk". The plastic cap retains it's rubber seal.
M31 Water Bottle This is a good example of a M31 water bottle with re-enforced felt cover and a bakerlite cup. The water bottle is non-maker marked or dated.
M31 Water Bottle This is a good example of a M31 water bottle which is dated 1941 and maker marked "ESB" ( Valentin Knott, Maschinenfabrik ). The felt and straps are all in very good condition. The cup is dated 1940 and maker marked "MN" ( unknown maker ). The water bottle's plastic cup is missing it's rubber seal.
M31 Water Bottle This is a 1940 dated M31 water bottle with a matching dated cup. The water bottle is maker marked "FSS" ( Jacobi & Co, Mobelfabrik ). The felt cover is in good condition without any moth damage, however the leather strap has torn just below the clip fastener. The rubber seal is still in the cap. The cup is maker marked "aw" ( unknown maker ).
M31 Waterbottle This is a waterbottle with a plastic drinking cup and webbing straps. The waterbottle is dated 1942 and has the maker's code "CFI" ( Peter Heuel Sagewerk ). It has a re-enforced felt cover which has suffered with some moth damage.
M31 Waterbottle Set This is a M31 waterbottle set, consisting of 1940 dated waterbottle which is maker marked "CFF" ( Kisten-u.Holzwarenfabrik ). The aluminium cup has suffered with some corrosion, however you can still read the maker's mark "L&SL" ( Thuringer Mobelfabrik ) and dated 1936. The leather straps are all in good condition.
M31 Zeltbahn This is a M31 Zeltbahn, which can be used either as a poncho or a tent quarter. Four Zeltbahns buttoned together can accommodate up to four men. This example has fresh colours with some minor holes and one small rip. However it does retain most of it\'s buttons.
M31 Zeltbahn This a M31 zeltbahn, which can be used as either a poncho or a tent quarter. Four buttoned together can accommodate to four men. This example is early war produced has it has a light and dark side. Later-war examples only have one shade on each side. The zeltbahn has some slight damage to the side grommet areas and is missing some of it\'s buttons.
M35 Map Case This is the standard issue M35 map case This example is in brown pebble leather, without any visible markings.
M38 Gas Mask & Canister This is a good example of M38 all rubber gas mask which is dated 1940 and has the maker's letter code "E" ( Hermann Kohler AG ). The nose of the mask has the original owner's personal service number. The filter is waffenampt and dated 1940. The canister is the early short type, dated 1937 and marked with a personal service numbered. The canister also retains the original straps attached with the slotted leather tabs. However the belt strap looks to have been made for equipment suspenders, more commonly referred to as Y-straps and not the usual webbing belt strap. It also comes with spare lenses, still in their original issue packet and the cleaning cloth in it's base.
M42 Camouflage Helmet This is a very nice example of an M42 camouflage helmet which may have been worn by the army or the Waffen-SS. This example has the batch number "1627" and the makers code and shell size "ET62". The liner has a faint size stamp "55" and the chistrap has a makers stamp with a 1941 date.
M50 Helmet & Liner This is a near mint M50 helmet which is based on the American M1 helmet. This example is dated 1953 and still retains its makers stamp on the inside of the helmet shell crown \"FRANCK, AUBERVILLIERS. The liner was made by \"CELORON\" and is also dated 1953.
Manchester Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Manchester Regiment.
Map Note Taking Pad This is a reprint of Wehrmacht military issue map note taking pad, which illustrates all the different type of symbols used on German military maps. It also contains pages for note taking and target positioning.
Map Note Taking Pad This is a reprint of a Wehrmacht military issue map note taking pad, which illustrates the symbols as used on German military maps. The pad also contains pages for note taking and target positioning.
March Compass A Wehrmacht issue march compass in good working order. However the compass is missing it's lanyard.
Marine Coastal Artillery Badge This is a very good example of Marine coastal artillery badge which has the maker's code "L58" ( Artur Jokel & Co ). The marine coastal artillery badge was established on 24th June 1941.
Marine Corps L.S.G.C. Medal This is a Marine Corps L.S.G.C. medal which has not been awarded.
Marine Costal Artillery Badge A good example of a non-maker marked marine costal artillery badge.
Marksman Lanyard This is a 1st Pattern marksman lanyard, which would have been awarded to Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS recipents.
Matches These are period Belgium made matches.
Mauser Barrel Band This is a early mauser barrel band.
Mauser SA80 Model Hi-Power ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation For sale to customers outside the European Union. This Mauser clone of the Belgium Browning Hi-Power, was actually produced by the Hungarian arms firm Fegyver-es Gepgyar who produce the Mauser marked Hi-Power as a German contract between 1980 and 1982. This is a mint matching numbered example and comes in its original box. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the Current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Medal of Military Merit An example of the Medal of Military Merit
Medic's Water Bottle This is a medic's water bottle, which had half a litre more capacity than the standard M31 water bottle. This example is in excellent condition, the cap retaining it's rubber seal and the felt cover has not suffered with any moth damage. However it is missing it's shoulder carrying strap. The cap and water bottle are both maker marked "ESB" and dated 1940.
Medical Bottle A medical bottle which would have contained medicine probably in the form of tablets.
Medical Bottle This is a medical bottle which would have contained medicine, probably in tablet form.
Medical Officer\'s Shoulder Boards A pair of sewn in type medical officer\'s shoulder boards which are the rank of major. The shoulder boards have the international symbol for medicine in a gold guilted cypher.
Medical Personal Identity Card ( Ausweis ) This is a reprint of a identity card which was issued to all medical personal serving with the Wehrmacht.
Medical Tag Book ( Chemical ) This is a reprint of a medical tag book containing 25 tags notifying medical personal that the soldier was injured by chemical attack. The front and back of the book is marked " 25 Begleitzettel fur Kampfstoffverletzte"
Medical Tag Book ( Sick ) This is a reprint of a medical tag book notifying medical personal that the soldier is suffering with some form of illness. The book contains 25 tags and is marked on the front and back " 25 Begleitzettel fur innerlich Kranke".
Medical Tag Book ( Wounds ) This is a reprint of a medical tag book notifying medical personal that the soldier has been wounded due to combat. The book contains 25 tags and the front and back of the book is marked " 25 Begleitzettel fur Verwundete".
Medics Water Bottle This is a medics water bottle which dated 1929 and in very good condition. It comes with a aluminium cup. The cap is missing its rubber seal.
Medic\'s Water Bottle This is a Medic's water bottle, identified by it's larger capacity and it's special carrying harness and metal drinking cup. The medic's water bottle was a sort after item, by para and mountain troops due to the nature of their operations the need for extra water. The medic's water bottle was given the standard M31 carrying harness for use with para and mountain troops. This example is in very good condition dated 1943 and maker marked "G & CL" ( Riessner-Werke AG ).
Men At War Henry VIII\'s Army An Osprey publication of the Men at War Series about Henry VIII's army.
Men at War Arthur and the Anglo-Saxon Wars An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about King Arthur and the Anglo-Saxon wars.
Men At War German Military Police of WWII This is a 1996 publication of the Men At War series on German Military Police of World WWII.
Men At War The Armies of Crecy & Poitiers An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the armies of Crecy and Poitiers.
Men At War Armies of the Carthaginian Wars 265BC to 146BC An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the armies of the Carthaginian Wars from 265BC to 146 BC.
Men At War Artillery Equipments of the Napoleonic Wars An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about artillery equipments of the Napoleonic Wars.
Men At War British Army Cavalry Equipment 1800 to 1941 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about British army cavalry equipment from 1800 to 1941. The reference book has a number of period photographs and illustrations.
Men At War French Foreign Legion Since WWII A 1996 publication from the Men at War series on the French Foreign Legion since WWII.
Men At War Germany\'s Spanish Volunteers 1941-45 A 1996 publication from the Men at War series on Germany\'s Spanish volunteers 1941-45.
Men At War Lawrence and the Arab Revolts A osprey publication part of the Men at War series about Lawrence and the Arab revolts. The magazine contains period photographs and illustrations.
Men At War Marlborough\'s Army 1702-1711 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about Marlborough's army from 1702 to 1711.
Men At War Medieval European Armies An Osprey publication of the Men at Armies series about Medieval European Armies.
Men At War Resistance Warefare 1940-45 This is a 1986 reprint from the Men at War series on Resistance warfare 1940-45.
Men At War Romes Enemies Gallic & British Celts An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about Romes enemies Gallic and British celts Volume 2.
Men at War The Afrika Korps A 1996 publication from the Men at War series on the German Afrika Korps.
Men at War The age of Charlemagne An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the age of Charlemagne.
Men At War The Armies of Islam 7th to 8th Centuries An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Armies of Islam in the 7th and 8th centuries.
Men at War The Armies of the Crusades An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Armies of the Crusades.
Men at War The Armies of the Ottoman Turks 1300 to 1774 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Armies of the Ottoman Turks from 1300 to 1774.
Men at War The Army of Alexander the Great An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the army of Alexander the Great.
Men At War The Boxer Rebellion An Osprey publication part of the Men at War series about the Boxer Rebellion. The reference book contains period photographs and illustrations.
Men At War The British Army in North America 1775-1783 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series of the British army in North American from 1775 to 1783.
Men at War The Byzantine Armies 886 to 1118 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Byzantine arimes from 886 to 1118.
Men At War The Jacobite Rebellions 1689-1745 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Jacobite rebellions 1689 to 1745.
Men At War The Korean War 1950-53 A 1996 publication from the Men at War series on the Korean War.
Men At War The Mongols An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Mongols.
Men At War The Roman Army from Caesar to Trajan An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Roman army from Caesar to Trajan.
Men at War The Roman Army from Hadrian to Constantine An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Roman army from Hadrian to Contantine.
Men at War The Scottish & Welsh Wars 1250 to 1400 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Scottish and Welsh wars between 1250 to 1400.
Men At War The Scythians 700BC to 300BC An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Scythians from 700BC to 300BC.
Men at War The Swiss Army at War 1300 to 1500 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the Swiss army at War between 1300 to 1500.
Men at War The War of the Roses An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the War of the Roses.
Men At War U.S. Cavalry on the Plans 1850-1890 An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about the U.S. Cavalry on the plans from 1850 to 1890. The reference book as a number of period photographs and illustrations.
Men At War Wellingtons Light Infantry An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about Wellingtons light infantry.
Men At War Wolfs Army An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about General Wolfs army in North America.
Merchant Marine Vietnam Service Medal This is the Vietnam service medal award to all U.S. merchant sailors .
Messerschmitt Bf109 This is a excellent reference book about the Messerschmitt Bf109, with many fantastic photographs and illustrations of the famous fighter. The book was published by Jane\'s Publishing Company Ltd in 1980.
Messtins A nice set of 1942 dated matching messtins which have the maker's intitials "M.B".
MG & Artillery Optical Aiming Circle Sight This is a rare Richtkreis 31 Aiming Circle optical sight, which was used for both artillery and fixed mounted machine guns to measure horizontal and vertical angles in preparation of indirect fire. The sight would have been fitted to a standard German army tripod. The sight is in two parts, the aiming circle and the periscope, which was fitted by means of of a dovetail slide. This allowed the user to raise the line of sight. This example is in excellent condition the aiming circle periscope both come with their original leather cases. The aiming circle is maker marked ( Hildebrand -Wichmann-Werke Freigberg-SA ). The letters "SA" indicates that this actual sight was Finish army contract made item. The leather case for the aiming circle is stamped with a very faint waffenampt and a 1940 date. The periscope is maker marked "ddx" ( Voigtlander & Sohn AG ), it's leather case is dated 1937 and waffenampt marked.
MG Ammunition Tin This is the 1941 pattern MG ammunition tin ( Patronkasten 41), retaining most of it\'s original tan paint finish. The MG ammunition can hold 250 rounds of 7.92mm belted ammunition for the MG34 or MG42 machine guns.
MG Spanner This MG spanner would have been part of the gunners pouch for the MG13,34 and 42 machine guns. The spanner is waffenampted and maker marked "dfb" ( Wilhelm-Gustloff-Werke ).
MG3 Feeder Tray This is a feeder tray for a German 7.62mm, MG3 light machine gun.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a 50 round non-disintegrating ammunition belt which was used with MG34's and MG42's.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a non-disintegrating 50 round belt which was used on MG34's and MG42's.
MG34/42 50 Round Ammunition Belt This is a 50 round non-disintegration ammuniting belt which was used with MG34's and MG42's.
MG34/42 Assault Drum Magazines & Carrier A set of assault drum magazines for use with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. Both magazines have been repainted ordnance tan which i believe was done after 1945. However both magazines do retain their original finish underneath Both magazines appear to have had the back screw nuts replaced. Both magazines are not dated or maker marked. They do come with a 1943 dated carrier which has the makers code "wa" Hugo Schneider AG ( Hasag ). The carrier has been repainted in Yugoslavian army green. The drum magazines also fit the Yugoslavian M53 machine gun which is a post-war copy of the MG42.
MG34/42 Oil & Petrol Tins This is par of of the maintenance kit for use with the German MG34 and MG42 machine guns. It consists of a standard ammunition tin with the petrol and oil tins. This example has had post-war use with the Yugoslavian army for use with the MG53. The Yugoslavs repainted the tin to a Yugoslavian green. However the ammunition tin has been repainted by a re-enactor.
MG42 Spare Barrel Carrier This is actually a Yugoslavian example which is identical to the German wartime versions.
MG42 Spare Barrel Container This is 1944 dated waffenampted spare barrel container ( Laufschutzer ) for the MG42 machine gun. The container is maker marked \"gpo\" ( Frolich & Walter, Metallwarenfabrik ).
MGC M1911A1 Pistol Grip The is the left side pistol grip for the Japanese made replica M1911A1 pistol produce by Model Gun Corporation.
MGC Thompson M1921 Butt Plate & Sling Swivel This is a butt plate and sling swivel with screws the the Japanese made replica M1921 Thompson submachine gun produced by Model Gun Corporation.
Middle Eastern Souvenir Dagger This is a Middle Eastern souvenir dagger. Under the offensive weapons act. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Militaria Issue Sewing Needles A packet of four sewing needles which is marked \" NEDEL-PACKUNG, Diese packung darf nur and angebofige von formationen der Wehrmacht und der Waffen-SS abgageben weden.\" ( Issue to the Armed forces and the Waffen SS ).
Military Police Unit Newspaper ( The Griffin ) This is a unofficial news paper published by the 15th Military Police Brigade, who where based in Mannheim Germany. The newspaper is dated January 1975.
Miltary Police Collar Patches A set of un-issued Military Police ( Feldgendarmerie ), which would have been worn on M40 or later pattern tunics.
Mini Purple-Heart Medal This is a mini purple-heart medal, which would have been worn a civilian clothing. The Purple-heart was award to any servicemen who was wounded in action.
MK1 Helmet This is an actual WW1 MK1 brodie helmet which has been modified for WW2 use by replacing the liner, chinstrap and attaching a rim around the visor.
MKII Camouflage Paratrooper Helmet This is a post-war manufactured MKII camouflage paratrooper helmet, which is dated 1965 and is size stamped 7.1/2, The helmet is identical to war-time produced examples the only difference is the date of manufacture. The helmet would make a good display piece at a lot cheaper price than a war-time example.
Mosquito Bedding Net This is a 1944 dated British army Mosquito bedding net, which was produced in the U.S.A.
Motor Transport Drivers Ammunition Pouches This is an extremely rare ammunition pouches which where designed for MT drivers. This example are un-issued and are both dated 1944.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor A mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
MP40 Blank Firing Adaptor This is a mint waffenampted B.F.A. ( blank firing adaptor ) for the MP40 submachine gun.
N.S.B.O. Cloth Patch This is a cloth patch worn by members of the National Socialist Factory Cell Organisation ( Nationalsozialistische Betriebszellenorganisation ). In 1927 some National Socialist workers in large factories, located mostly in the Berlin are joined together as an alternative to democratic and Christian labour unions. On 15th January 1931 the N.S.B.O, was declared "Reichsbetriebszellenabteilung" ( State Factory Cell Organisation. This example is in excellant.
N.S.K.K. Stick Pin This is a N.S.K.K. stick pin.
Named Army Good Conduct Medal & Identity Discs This is a named Army Good Conduct Medal with additional three year clasp. The medal comes with the recipient's dog tags "James W Himes"
Nat.Soz.Fraunenschaft Badge This small enamelled badge belonging to the Nat.Soz. Frauenschat ( National Socialist Woman's Organization ), which was introduced in the mid-1920's The badge measures 2cm x 2.5cm. The reverse is maker and RZM marked. The maker's code is 45 ( Franz Jungwirth ). It is also marked "GES.GESCH".
National Defence Medal This is a un-issued national defence medal still in it's orignal box and sealed carboard backing with the medal bar.
National Emblem for Army Peaked Caps This is the national insignia for army peaked caps. This version is the two piece, with two retaining pins on the laural wreath badge.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This example has been cut directly off the peaked cap, retaining part of the cap and branch of service piping, \"Black\" ( Engineers/Pioneers ).
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece bullion version of the national insignia for army peaked caps.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. This example has three retaining pins.
National Emblem For Army Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. This example is missing all its retaining pins.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is a good example of the 2nd pattern National emblem for peaked caps. The 2nd pattern was adopted in 1935.This version is made of Aluminium and is complete with its pins.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is a two piece version of the national insignia for army peaked caps. The reverse of the laural wreath badge is marker marked "R.S & S" and dated 1937.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This a very nice example of the national emblem as used by officers and OR,s for the schirmmutze ( Peaked cap ). This example has all its retaining pins and the manufacturers mark \" GES.GESCH.
National Emblem For Peaked Caps This is the national emblem worn on army schirmmutzen ( peaked cap ). This example is missing all its pins, however it is stamped \"GES.GESCH\" and also has a makers stamp \"WD\" and dated 1939.
National Emblem Of WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap This is the old style pre-Nazi cap insignia worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Emblem OF WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap This is a 1920\'s example of the national insignia for the peaked cap worn by members of the Kyffhauserband ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Emblem Of WW1 War Veterans Peaked Cap This is a 1920\'s version of the national emblem worn by members of the Kyffhauserband ( War Veterans Support Association ).
National Railway Workers Collar Tabs A set of a National Railway workers ( Reichbahn ) collar tabs.
National Sports Badge This is a good example of the national sports badge ( Das Reichssportsabzeichen ). The badge is maker marked \" Ferd Wagner \". It is also \"D.R.G.M marked with the serial number 35269. Unfortunately the retaining pin is missing.
National Sports Badge This is good example of the national sports badge which was a government decoration that was award to a recipient that had achieved an above average proficiency in gymanastics. The reverse of the badge is maker marked "HENSLER-PF.ORZHEIM". The badge is also stamped "DRGM 35269".
New Zealand 37 Pattern Battledress Trousers These 37 pattern trousers are of New Zealand manufacture and are dated 1942. The trousers have had the first aid and map pockets removed, probably for officer use as it was a common practice for British and commonwealth officers to tailor their uniforms, including shaving the uniform to give it a more smarter appearance which seems to be the case with this example. The trousers are approximately a 32\" waist with 29\" inside leg.
No1 MKIII ( SMLE ) Manual This is a manual published by Ian Skennerton Books on the Lee-Enfield No1 MKIII and MkIII* SMLE rifles. The manual contains, drawings, a weapon numbered parts list, plus accessories and fittings related to the rifle.
No2 MKII 6x30 Binoculars & Case A good example of No2 MKII 6x30 Binoculars manufactured by Kershaw. The binoculars are dated, however the date appears to have been scratched out, it is either 1943 or 1945. The binoculars have graticules, good optics and come with a webbing strap and 37 pattern webbing case which is dated 1941.
No2 MKIII Binoculars & 37 Pattern Carrying Case This is a No2 MKIII Binoculars which are maker marked "Kershaw" and dated 1944. The Binoculars optics do have some black specs and the graticules are visible. The 37 pattern carrying case is dated 1941 and has the dual purpose ammunition/compass pouch attached.
No2 MKIII Binoculars & 37 Pattern Carrying Case A good example of British military No2 MKIII binoculars, the optics are good, wit minor black specks. The graticules can be seen. The 37 pattern carrying case is maker marked \"MECo\" and dated 1941.
No36 Carbide Lantern This is a post-war Bundeswehr No36 Carbide latern, which is identical to the WW2 version. This example comes it\'s transit box, complete with all it\'s accessories including it\'s instruction manual.
No48 Radio Unissued Microphone Hand Set This is a unissued microphone hand set for the No48 radio. The hand set comes in it's original cardboard covering, grease proof paper and celluloid wrapping.
Norwegian Madsen Light Machine Gun Magazine Box This is a magazine box is for the Norwegian used Madsen light machine guns, which where in a different calibre than the Danish models. The Norwegian models where in 6.5mm calibre which made the magazines shorter, hence the magazine box can only except the smaller calibre magazines. The box would hold 8 magazines.
NSDAP Arm Band A unissued late war printed version of the Kampfbinde the standard arm band worn by memebers of the NSDAP.
NSDAP Political Doctrine Book This NSDAP "Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei" ( National Socialist German Workers Party ) Doctrine book which was issued to all Nazi organisations
NSDAP Political Leaders Collar Tabs A nice set of a NSDAP political leaders collar tabs with the rank of Unterabteilungseiter in Kreisleitung.
NSDAP Political Leaders Collar Patches A pair of political leaders collar patches. Unfortunately the left hand collar patch is missing its eagle. Otherwise the condition of the collar patches are excellant with the RZM still attached to the left hand collar patch.
NSDAP Political Leaders Single Collar Tab This is a single collar tab for a NSDAP political leader with the rank of Unterabteilungsleiter Ortsgruppenleitung.
NSDAP Political Leaders Single Collar Tab This is a single collar tab for a NSDAP political leader with the rank of Mitarbeiter Ortsgruppenleitung
NSDAP Political Leaders Visor Cap Cockade The is the early pattern cockade worn by NSDAP political leaders. The cockade is in a three piece construction, silver washed with red & black enamel inlays. The cockade is in excellent condition without any damage with the colours still bright. It is maker marked "M1/34" ( Karl Wurster, Marknuekirchen ) and also has a clear "RZM" mark.
NSDAP Political Leaders Visor Cap Insignia This is the NSDAP ( Natioalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei ) National Socialist German Workers Party, visor cap insignia worn by a Political leaders within the regime. The badge has a naitional cockade with a swastika in its centre with a gold bullion laurel leaf on a pinkish brown backing.
NSKK Drivers Badge This is a bevo example of the second pattern NSKK drivers badge.
NSKK Motorstaffel badge This is a NSKK, Motorstaffel badge, which is unit marked III/M18. The NSKK \"Nationalsozialistiches Kraftfahrkorps\" ( National Socialist Transport Corps ), was an organization which gave vehicle training.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five uncut bevo NRSL sports badge ( Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund Fur Leibesubungen ) \"National Socialist League for Physical Training. This example still retains its RZM and Bevo tags.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five, uncut bevo NSRL \" Nationalsozialistischer Reischsbund fur Leibesubungen\" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training ). This example still retains its bevo tag, which reads \"SEITS 1896, BEVO\".
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five uncut bevo NSRL \" Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen\" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training ). This example retains its RZM and Bevo tags.
NSRL Bevo Sports Badge This is one of a batch of five, uncut bevo NSRL \"Nationalsozialistischer Reichsbund fur Leibesubungen \" sports badge. ( National Socialist League for Physical Training. This example still retains its Bevo tag, which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO\".
NSRL Phyiscal Training Badge This is a bevo Nationalsoialistische Reichbund Fur Leibesungen ( NSRL ) badge. The NSRL was an organization which emphasised the importance fo fitness. The example is the gold award version and has a 1944 date.
NSRL Phyiscal Training Badge This is a bevo Nationalsozialistische Reichbund Fur Leibesungen ( NSRL ) Badge. The NSRL was an organization which emphasised the importance of phyiscal fitness. This award is in silver and has a 1944 date.
NVA Field Dressing Pouch & Contents This is a North Vietnamese Army field dressing pouch consisting of six Chinese made field dressings.
NVA Medical Items This is a North Vietnamese aluminium medical tin consisting of various medical items, two tongue depressers, a syringe, which is broken. syringe needles. bandage stitching thread and a German made probe. Most of the items are actually Chinese made.
NVA Medics Pouch This is a North Vietnamese Army rubberised medics pouch.
NVA Messtins A set of un-issued Vietnamese Army messtins which are based on the German M31 messtins. This example is dated 1989 and are identical to the pattern used by the North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War
NVA Pith Helmet This is a North Vietnamese Army pith helmet. The badge has a piece of Vietnamese newspaper as a re-enforcement backing, which is dated 1993. This example has a helmet net and additional silk camouflage made form U.S. parachute silk.
NVA Rack Sack This is a good example of a NVA rack suck.
NVA Shaving Mirror This is a Vietnamese shaving mirror carried by NVA soldiers.
NVA Victory Flag This is a extremely rare North Vietnamese victory flag for 1967.
Oberschutze Pip for M36 and M40 Tunics This is an issued example of a Oberschutze pip ( private first class ). for the M36, M40 tunics. However this type was still worn on later style tunics.
Oberschutze Pip for Mid to Late war tunics This is an issued example of Oberschutze ( private first class ) for wear on mid to late war tunics.
Officer Of The British Empire ( OBE ) This is the most excellant order of the British Empire ( Officer ). This example is the civil version has indicated by the colour of the ribbon. The order has a tudor crown suspension. The face of the cross is imposed with the crown heads and shoulders of King George V and Queen Mary facing left within a ring inscribed "FOR GOD AND THE EMPIRE". The reverse of the cross has the cipher of King George and Emperor within rope border. The order is still in its original case, which has the Royal Mint's coat of arms with a silk and felt inlay. The top of the case is marked "OBE". Unfortunately there is no documentation to whom the order belonged.
Officer's Breeches A pair of tailored officers breeches, which has had the cuff buttons replaced with zippers to allow easier wear. The breeches have had to minor repairs to its seat. Otherwise they are in excellant condition and are approximately a 36" waist.
Officers Marching Boots This is a good example of a pair of officers marching boots, which are private purchase. The boots are made of a very soft high quality leather, leather soles and rubber heels.The manufacturers name is located on the pull-up straps \"Lipsia\". The boot are approximately a size 8
Old Commrades/ War Veterans Armband This is the lowest rank arm band which was worn by members of the Nationalsozialistisches Reicskriegerbund ( NS-RKB ). The armband does have some mothing, however the shield is in very good condition.
Operation Quyet Thang Victory Pennant This is a South Vietnamese Rangers Victory pennant for operation Queyt Thang, which took place from 14th March 1968 to 7th April 1968, which claimed 777 known NVA causalities. The pennat has the NVA star with the words "Queyt Thang", which means "Certain Victory"
Order of the Silesian Eagle 1st Class This is a unmarked cased white enamelled order of the Silesian Eagle 1st class.Which is a Freikorps award for the participation in the defence of Silesia along its border with the newly formed Polish state of 1919. The order was one of the few Freikorps awards which was allowed to be worn on uniforms during the Third Reich era.
P08 Luger Reference Manual This a reference manual which is part of the Small Arms Profile publication series on the P08 luger pistol.
Panzer Colours This is a good reference book on the camouflage used on German vehicles between 1939 to 1945. The book contains 69 colour illustrations and over 170 black and white photographs. The book was published in 1976 by Squardron/Signal Publications, Inc.
Panzer Krim Shield This is a excelllant example Krim shield which was awarded to members of the Panzer army who took part in the Crimea campaign. The award was established on 25th July 1942. This example appears to have never been issued. The backing cloth is black which would have only been worn by members of the panzer arm. The backing cloth also retains it's backing paper.
Panzer NCO's Removeable Shoulder Straps A very nice pair of Panzer NCO's removeable shoulder straps with the rank of Feldwebel ( Colour-Sergeant ). The shoulder straps are piped golden yellow for reconnaissance.
Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A excellant example of matching pair of a Panzer majors shoulder straps
Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A very nice example of a pair of Panzer officers removeable shoulder straps with the rank of Leutnant ( 2nd Lieutenant ).
Paper Work A set of interesting historical paper work of the Third Reich era and the immediate post-war period. The paper work consists of bus ticket, postal receipts all dated 1942 and a Hasselfelde postmark, and district court letter dated 13th May 1943 also from Hasselfelde, personal field post one letter is dated 17th July 1944 the other is a postcard dated August 1944, the third letter is dated 4th April 1948. A Wehrpass document dated 15th May 1944, a Auweis ID card, ration card dated 5th April 1940, Wehrmacht travel card, of interest this is actually dated 8th January 1946 and payment slip dated 13th January 1948.
Parade Tunic Collar Patches A nice pair of parade tunic ( Waffenrock ) collar patches which have the branch of service colour golden yellow for Cavalry.
Parafin Stove This is a parafin stove manufactured by "DRUKOU" and would have been a private purchase item. It is in good condition, however it is missing it's tools.
Paratroop/Cavalry Y-Straps A set of Y-straps of the type issued to cavalry, paratroopers and marines. This example are damaged, one hook is missing and part of the lower strap where the hook would be attached has torn away. The back central strap has a slight tare. Taking the damage into account, we have priced this accordingly. These are definitely not naval issue, as Kriegsmarine examples are always marked with letter "M" for marine.
Paratroopers Qualification Jump Wings A good example of a paratroopers qualification jump wings.
Patients Effects Bag This is a un-issued petients effects bag, which has the medical services symbol on the front. The white cloth square is for the patient's details. This example was produced by "S.FOREHLICH Co. Inc".
Persion Gulf Command This is the badge worn by the Persion Gulf Command which was established in December 1943 to assure the supply of U.S. Lend-Lease war material to the Soviet Union.
Personalised Wooden Box This is a pesonalised wooden box which has a Edelweiss on three sides and the lid. The name of the village "HALLSTATT", which is located in the Salzkammergut region of Upper Austria.
Peruvian 1909 Pattern Bayonet This is a very good example of a Peruvian 1909 pattern bayonet produce by the German firm Simson & Co. The bayonet is a copy of the German S98 bayonet with the only difference between the Peruvian and German bayonets are the markings. The Peruvian examples have the coat of arms on the base of the pommel. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Peruvian M34 Helmet This is in fact a French M26 Adrian helmet which was supplied to Peru from 1934 to 1950, when it was finally replaced with the U.S. M1 style helmet. The emblem on the front of the helmet is the Sun God derived from Inca Times. The Peruvians designated the French supplied M26 adrians as the M34.
Pil Box of Cigars This is a rare box of Pil cigars, which originally contain ten packet of five cigars in each packet. The box still contains 8 packets of cigars, all of which are un-opened.
Pilot's Survival Drinking Water Bladder This is a plastic drinking water bladder which would have been issued with the SV1 and SV2 survival vests.
Pipe Cleaner This is a period pipe cleaner.
Pistol Holster This is a soft leather pistol holster which can take a German Walther PP, Hungarian PA-63, Soviet Makarov style pistols.
Pistol Shooting Award This 1944 dated example of a pistol shooting award.
Plaster Sculpture WW1 French Soldier An affractive sculpture of a WW1 French soldier.
Police Rubberised Motorcyclist Coat This is a very good example of a Schutzpolizei rubberised motorcyclist coat, which has the rank shoulder boards of a Wachtmeister, which is the equivalent army rank of a Unterfeldwebel ( Sergeant ). The coat has the police blue/green collar and is stamped " Pol.Hbr" ( Police Hamburg). The coat is size stamped 48. This example is actually post-war issue except for the shoulder Boards which are wartime. It is identical to wartime issue and is dated 1956.
Police Denim Field Tunic This is a police denim field tunic made from herringbone twill and grey/green in collar. The police collar insignia has been removed and the sleeve eagle looks to be re-applied. The cuffs also have frayed.
Police MKII Helmet This is Police marked MKII helmet. The shell is in good condition, however the liner is rather dried and split in places. The shell is also stamped with what looks like a Roman numeral II.
Police NCO's Sleeve Badge This is a sleeve badge worn by police NCO's serving in the Waffen-SS.
Police Officers Schirmmutzen ( Peaked Cap ) A police officers summer issue schirmmutzen, which has been sun bleached. The cap is in fair condition without any moth damage. The celluloid triangle is intact and has the makers details " Kleiderkasse, Koblenz "
Police Officers Shoulder Boards A very nice pair of un-issued stitched in type shoulder boards with the rank of leutnant. The shoulder boards still retain the original paper tab, with the makers details. \"HOLSTER DRAKER, BERLIN\".
Police Officers Sleeve Eagle This is a bullion police officers sleeve eagle. The aluminium thread has started to oxidize with age.
Police Peaked Cap Eagle This is the 2nd pattern police peaked cap eagle. This example is marker marked \"ow\" and dated 1941. Both pins are missing.
Police Ward Captain Shoulder Straps A pair of sewn in type shoulder straps for a Revier-Hauptmann ( Police Ward Captain ). However the two pips for each shoulder strap has been removed.
Polish Army Battle Dress Blouse This is a Polish army Battle dress blouse belonging to the Polish 2nd Corps, which was formed in 1943 and disband in 1947. The Polish 2nd Corps fought with distinction in the Italian campaign and was allowed to wear the 8th Army shield due to their contribution in the battle of Monte Cassino and recognition of their heroic actions. The blouse is not standard British army but appears to be commonwealth made, which i suspect it is probably New Zealand or south African made, due to the colour, pattern and material. The collar has the Polish distinctive pointed shape and the polish pointed epaulettes with the rank of Sergeant-Major. The sleeves have an embroided insignia \"POLAND\" shoulder titles, maid of Warsaw worn by members of the Polish 2nd Corps and the 8th Army shield, however the right army of the cross has lost it\'s thread.
Polish M26 Adrian Helmet This is an extremely rare helmet a French M26 Adrian helmet with the Polish eagle. The Polish forces in exile, numbered four divisions and was supplied with French uniforms, equipment and weapons in 1940. After France capitulated in 22nd June 1940, the majority of exiled Polish troops escaped to the United Kingdom and discarding their French uniforms, helmets and equipment. The Free Polish army was then supplied with British uniforms and equipment.
Polish Radom Pistol Holster This is a very good example of a holster for the Polish Radom, 9mm semi-auto pistol. The Polish Radom continued to be manufactured under German occupation and was given the designation "35(p)". This holster was made under German occupation, waffenampted and dated 1944.
Political Leaders Collar Patches A set of political leaders collar patches with the rank of Gauleiter.
Post-War MG34/42 Leather Sling This is a post-war produced sling for use with the wartime MG34 and MG42 machine guns. The sling is very similar to the wartime examples.
Post-War 7.92mm Mauser Clip This is a post-war made inert five round 7.92mm rifle clip for the German K98 rifle and other Mauser style rifles. U.K. Sales Only
Post-War British Army Mess Tins A set of post-war made British army mess tins, which are identical to the late-war pattern. Ideal for WW2 living history and re-enactment. We have a limited number in stock.
Post-War British Army Rain Cape This is a post-war British army rubberised rain cape, which could also be used as a tent quarter. The pattern is identical to the WW2 except for the colour which is olive green. WW2 examples are tan in colour. This example is maker marked "G.STRAUSS & Sons and dated 1952. Ideal for WW2 Living History and re-enactment.
Post-War British Army Rain Cape This is a post-war British army rain cape, which could also be used as a tent quarter. The pattern is identical to the WW2 issue except for the colour which is olive green. WW2 examples tend to be tan in colour. This example is maker marked "G.Strauss & Sons" and dated 1954. Ideal for WW2 Living History and re-enactment.
Post-War Esbit Stove This is a post-war West German made Esbit Stove, which is very similar to the WW2 Wehrmacht issue Esbits. Which was carried by all German combat troops. The Esbit stove allowed the individual soldier to make a hot brew with the aide of hexi fuel tablets. The M31 mess tins would be placed up on the stove. Ideal for WW2 Living History.
Post-War German K98 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a post-war German K98 cleaning kit, which is identical to the wartime issue. The kit, contains, two brushes, pull-through, wartime bakerlite oil bottle and multi-tool.
Post-War German K98 Rifle Cleaning Kit This is a post-war made cleaning kit for the German K98 rifle. The kit consists of two brushes, chained pull-through,wartime multi-tool ( missing it\'s nipple ). A wartime produced bakerlite oil bottle, wodding and the container All items are identical to the wartime issue.
Post-war Issue K98 Cleaning Kit This is a post-war issue K98 cleaning kit, which is identical to the war-time issue examples. The only difference there is no maker's code or date of manufacture. This example also has a rather rare bakerlite oil bottle.
Postal Service Visor Cap National Insignia This is the national insignia for the postal service during the Third Reich era.
Powder Charge Box For 10.5cm Light Field Howitzer This is a wooden powder chage box containing its original cardbroad powder charge containers for the 10.cm light field howitzer. The cardbroad containers are stamped " 6.(gr.) Ladg.der ; L.F.H.18". Two of the containers are dated 1936 and the other two are dated 1937. The wooden box retains nearly all of its orignal paint and stencilling.
Powder Charge Box This is a powder charge box for a 10.5cm light field howitzer, which would have contained three cardboard contains each hold an extra charge to give the 10.5cm shell extra range. ( see ltem number 53571 ).
Pre-WW2 Hampshire Regiment Cap Badge This pre-WW2 Hampshire regiment cap badge with a slider attachment. The regiment was formed in 1881, in 1946 due to its distinguished service during WW2 the regiment was given the title of the Royal Hampshire Regiment. The regiment was disband in 1992.
Prussian Drum Hanger This is a Prussian drum hanger ( Trommelschere ). This pattern of hanger was also used during the Reichwehr period and by the early Wehrmacht. Later Wehrmacht examples do not have the crown on the eagle's head. The leather belt loop is stamped with a faint maker's name.
Pup Tent This is a two man pup tent,which was designed in 1943 and changed very little over the next 4 decades. The only difference was the colour became darker. Each soldier would be issued with one half a tent-shelter, one set of poles and some pegs. Two soldiers would button their tent-shelters together, to make the two-man tent. The poles are dated 1969 and are maker marked G.W.T.CO. Their are five pegs which are all stamped "U.S." and manufactured by "ALTRO". Also included are two rare frame adapters fo the tent poles. The tent-sheltersare both dated 1983 and was produced by " O.R.C. INDUSTRIES". It is identical in colour to the examples issued in Vietnam.
Pup Tent Poles A set of five Pup tent poles, which are post-Vietnam War dated but are identical to the pattern used.
Pup-Tent Poles A set of six army pup-tent poles which are "U.S." marked and mainly 1980's dated. However they are identical to the pattern used during the Vietnam War.
Purple Heart This is a good example of the Purple Heart medal, which was awarded to any member of the armed forces wounded in combat.
Puttees A nice example of Puttees, which are un-dated. The puttees appear to be un-issued.
Quilted Overjacket and Trousers. This is a rare item and is quite difficult to find the quilted overjacket and trousers which was especially designed after the winter of 1941. The quilted uniform was worn over the top of the standard fieldgrey uniform and underneath a greatcoat or reversible uniform. The jacket is RB numbered \" Gr.I. RB 0/0362/5136, as is the trousers 0/0350/445. The trousers also have the manufacturers stamp \" G.S. & C0.
R.A.S.C. 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is a 1940 pattern battle dress blouse which has The shoulder titles and arm of service strips of the R.A.S.C. ( Royal Army Service Corps ). The divisional badge is of the 43rd Infantry Division ( Wessex ). Which used the heraldic emblem of the Wyvern, a fabled creature which stood on the coats of arms on the three kings of Wessex in the early middle ages. The BD retains it\'s contract label which gives the name of the manufacturer as \"L.Harris Ltd\" and the date of production 1944. It has the WD year letter acceptance code \"Z\" for 1945 and is size stamped 13. The left cuff appears to have been caught on some sort equipment and has been torn. Otherwise it is in very good condition.
R.E. Officers 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is an extremely nice example of a Royal Engineer officer\'s 1940 pattern battle dress blouse with the rank of captain. The red Gazelle formation badge is of the 13th Corps Head Quarters, which was adopted in the western desert. The left shoulder has a white lanyard which would have been a squadron or regimental colour. The BD also retains it\'s contract label, which gives the manufacturer\'s name as \"Jackson The Tailor\" and the date of production, September 1942 and it\'s size 9. It is also stamped with the WD year letter acceptance code \"O\" for 1942.
Rabbit Fur Cap This is a nice example of a brown and white rabbit fur cap which was made for the Russian Front. The cap is RB numbered and has the manufacturers name, which is rather difficult to read. The cap is size marked 55 and has a M43 cap insignia added.
Rabbit Fur Cap This is a mint example of a brown rabbit fur cap dated 1943 and manufactured in Erfurt ( E43). The cap has a faint RB number and is size marked 59.
RAD Helpers Badge A good example of a RAD ( Reichsarbeitsdienst ) heplers badge, which was the state volunteer labour service.
RAD M43 Cap This is a Reichsarbeitsdienst (State Labour Service ) M43 cap. The cap has suffered from some minor paint damage to the peak and front. Besides the paint damage the cap is in excellant condition. The lining is herringbone cotton and is stamped "RAD".
RAF 30mm Fired Cannon Rounds Three fired 30mm cannon rounds for use with the Aden aircraft cannon. Which was introduced in the 1950's. The cases are dated 1987, 1972 and 1981. U.K. Sales Only
RAF 37 Pattern Gaiters A set of post-war made RAF issue 37 pattern gaiters, which are dated 1952 and size stamped 2.
RAF 37 Pattern Holster This is a RAF issue 37 pattern holster, which is maker marked "MECo" ( Mill Equipment Company ) and dated 1951. The holster can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Enfield/Albion No2 and the Smith & Wesson Victory.
RAF 37 Pattern Holster This is a RAF issue 37 pattern holster which can accommodate the following revolvers, Webley MKIV, Enfield No2 MK1 and the Smith & Wesson Victory. This example is stamped "A.M" for Air Ministry and dated 1939.
RAF 37 Pattern Webbing This is a set of RAF webbing consisting of cross-straps, belt and MKIII ammunition pouches which ared post-war dated.
RAF 6 x 30 Binoculars & Case Air Ministry (A.M) marked 6 x 30 binoculars which are maker marked \"Wray, London\". The binoculars are in good condition with slightly cloudy and black specs within the optics. It probably just needs a good clean. This example comes with it\'s leather carrying case which is missing it\'s shoulder strap.
RAF Battledress Blouse This is a 1944 dated Royal Air Force Battledress blouse with the rank of corporal. The blouse is in good condition with one button missing from left breast pocket. The BD is size stamped 11.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a flap indicator which would have been used in nearly all types of RAF WW2 aircraft.
RAF Cockpit Flight Instrument This is a fuel gauge indicator which would have been used in most types of WW2 RAF aircraft.
RAF Great Coat This is a 1961 dated great coat, which was called the "New Pattern". The coat is in good condition retaining all of it's gold guilted buttons and maker's contract label "H.LOTERY LTD".
RAF MKII Survival Knife This is a Royal Airforce MKII survival knife issued to all aircrews. This example is in excellent condition the blade is dated dated 1996 and the scabbard is dated 1997. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only
RAF Officers Mess Dress Jacket This is RAF officer's private purchase mess dress jacket retaining it's maker's label "R.E.CITY, LONDON,W1" with the rank of "Flight Lieutenant". The jacket also has a gold embroidered flight qualification badge for "Air Electronics", gold rank bars, and gold guilted buttons.
RAF Officers Side Cap This is a good example of a RAF officers side cap with Kings crown.
RAF Officers Tunic This is a 4 pocket private purchase RAF Officers tunic. The tunic was made by \" Hector Powe of Regent Street London\" On the inside breast pocket the original owners name is still visible Pilot Officer Arnold. The winged badge is that of an Air gunner and the labels have the Volunter Reserve cyhpers.
RAF Pilots Wings A nice example of Royal Airforce pilot's qualification wings.
RAF Rifle Sling This is a webbing sling which has been blancoed blue for the Royal Air Force. The sling is for use with the No3 and No4 rifles.
RAF Service Dress Trousers A mint unissued RAF Service Dress trousers, which are size marked "11",which is approximately a 32" waist with a 29" inside leg. The trousers still retains the makers contract label "I.Godstone ( Leeds )".
RAF Service Trousers A good example of a RAF service trousers. The trousers retain the size and makers label. The size 33 and the maker \"S.SIMPSON LTD\". Unfortunately i can not read the date as the original owners personal service number has been stamped across the label.
RAF Silk Escape Map ( Archange/Namsos ) This is a RAF silk two sided escape map of Archangel in Russian and Namsos in Norway. Both maps where first published by the War office in 1943. However these examples are the fourth edition and dated 1952.
RAF Silk Escape Map ( Marseille/Tunis) This is a a two sided RAF silk escape map of Marseille and Tunis. Both sides are the 1st edition of their respective areas dated 1952 with a reproduced date in 1953.
RAF Silk Escape Map ( Moscow/Ivanovo) This is a RAF two sided silk escape map of Moscow and Ivanovo. The Moscow map was first published in 1943. This example is the 3rd edition and dated 1952. The other side is Ivanovo which is 158 miles from Moscow. The Ivanovo map was first published in 1945 with the 4th edition revised in 1953.
RAF Silk Escape Map ( Alexandria-Tobruch/Cairo ) This is a RAF two sided Silk escape map of Alexandria and Tobruch ( Tobruk ) one one side and Cairo on the other. The Alexandria-Tobruk side of the map was first published by the War Office the 1st edition in November 1943 and revised and in1952. The Cairo side was first published the 1st edition in 1949 with a revision date of 1953.
RAF Small Pack & L-Straps A RAF blancoed small pack with L-straps attached. The small pack is maker marked and dated 1941.
RAF War Service Battle Dress Trousers A mint unissued RAF war service trousers which are dated 1944, maker marked M&N Horne LTD. This example is size stamped "00" which is a small size.
RAF War Service Battle Dress Trousers A mint unissued RAF war service trousers, which are dated 1944 and maker marked John Hammond & Co. This example is size stamped "00" which is a small size.
RAF War Service Battle Dress Trousers A mint unissued RAF war service trousers which are dated 1944, maker marked S.Schneiders & Son.LTD. This example is size stamped "00" which is a small size.
RAF Webbing Rifle Sling This is a RAF webbing rifle sling for the No4 and MKIII rifles. The sling would have also been used for the Lanchester submachine gun.
RAF Wired G-Type Flying Helmet This is a Royal Airforce wired G-type fyping helmet, which is dated 1955.. The helmet is in excellant condition and is size stamped 3.
RAF Wired Type-C Flying Helmet A good example of a wired Royal Airforce type-C flying helmet. The helmet's ear piece is Air Ministry marked with the King's crown between the letters "A,M".
Railway Inspectors Schirmmutzen This is an extremely nice example of a Railways inspector's peaked cap. The cap is maker maked "C.Louis Weber, Uniform-Fabrik, Hanover".
Railway Station Police Arm Band This is the arm band worn by Police auxiliaries \"Bahnhoff Polizei\" ( Railway Station Police ).
Rally Badge This is a little rally badge, which has the pins missing.
Ranger's Shoulder Title This a Ranger's shoulder title.
Rank Chevrons A pair of Private First Class, rank chevrons.
Rank Chevrons A pair of Corporal, rank chevrons.
Rank Chevrons A pair of rank chevrons for a Private First Class. This pattern was worn on the combat uniform.
Rank Chevrons A pair of dress uniform rank chevrons for a private first class.
Rank Chevrons A pair of dress uniform rank chevrons for a private first class.
Ration Fuel Tablets This is a tin of ration fuel tablets, which was used for heating the contents of field rations.
Razor Blades A pack of five razor blades which original come from a box containing tweny packs. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I have shown the original box containing the packs in the listing.
Recondo 25th Division Qaulification Badge This is a qualification badge which was awarded to individual soldiers who took part in a three week intensive course in the art of long range reconnaisance patrolling techniques, which had an average failure rate of 50%. Recondo is abbreviation of reconnaissance and commando.
Recondo 25th Division Qualification Badge This is a qualification badge which was awarded to individual soldiers who took part in a three week intensive course in the art of long range reconnaissance patrolling techniques, which had an average failure rate of 50%. Recondo is abbreviation of reconnaissance and commando.
Red Army Grenade Pouch This is a un-issued Grenade pouch for use with the F-1 and RG42 grenades. The pouch has a clear Soviet marking.
Red Army Entrenching Tool Cover This is a unissued Red Army entrenching tool cover.
Red Army Grenade Pouch This is a un-issued 1943 dated grenade pouch which for use with the F-1 and RG42 grenades.
Red Army Puttees A pair of Red Army puttees which retain their Soviet markings. The puttees belonged to a re-enactor who has put his name on them \"Den\".
Red Army Rucksack This is a Red Army rucksack which is identical to the WW2 pattern. This example is dated 1958.
Red Army Rucksack This is a post-war made Red Army rucksack, which is identical to the WW2 pattern. This example has a faint soviet stamp.
Red Army Shoulder Boards A pair of Red Army shoulder boards which have the branch of service piping red for infantry.
Red Army Side Cap This is a post-war made Red Army side cap. The Russian term for the cap is \"Pilotka\". The cap is identical to the pattern worn during WW2. This example is in unissued condition, complete with its Soviet markings and insignia. The cap is size stamped 57. Ideal for living history and display purposes.
Red Army Side Cap This is a post-war made Red Army side cap. The Russian term for the cap is \"Pilotka\". The cap is identical to the pattern worn by the Red Army during WW2. This example in unissued condition, complete with its soviet markings and insignia. It is size stamped 58. Ideal for WW2 living History and display purposes.
Red Army SSh40 Helmet This is a unissued Soviet SSh40 helmet which is dated 1960 and has the maker\'s code \"CT\", which identifies he maker as the Stalingrad Tractor factory. The helmet is identical to the wartime SSh40, three piece liner and webbing chinstrap.
Red Army SSh40 Helmet This is a 1960 dated example and has the makers code \"CT\" which identifies the manufacturer as the Stalingrad Tractor Factory. The helmet is identical to the wartime examples, the only difference is the date of production.
Red Army SSh40 Helmet This is a Soviet SSh40 helmet which is missing it\'s webbing chinstrap. The three piece liner is in a very tatty condition. The date stamp is 1941, however I do not believe the date is original and this example is actually post-war manufactured and priced accordingly.
Red Army Water Bottle This is a mint Red Army water bottle, which is post-war made but identical to the WW2 pattern.
Red Army Water Bottle This is a mint Red Army water bottle, which is post-war made but identical to the WW2 pattern.
Red Army Webbing Belt A large size Red Army webbing belt which measures 62 inches.
Red Army Webbing Belt This is the standard equipment belt worn by Russian troops. This example is a very large size.
Red Cross Motor Transport Badge This is a a motor transport badge worn by British Red Cross ambulance drivers.
Red Cross Motor Transport Badge This is a Motor transport badge worn by British Red Cross ambulance drivers.
Red Cross Tie Pin This is a enamalled Red Cross tie pin. The badge is inscribed with the words "The British Red Cross Society". The badge is maker marked "J.R.Gaunt, London".
Regimental Chapel Cushion Cover This a regimental cushion cover which would have been used in the Regimental chapel. The cushion cover has the regimental insignia of the The Royal Sussex Regiment.
Reichsparteitag 1937 Badge This is a 1937 dated Reichsparteitag badge which was worn during Nazi rallies. This example is maker marked "Werner Redo.Saarlautern".
Reichwehr Cap Badge A nice example of a Reichwehr period cap badge.
REME 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse This is a unit badged 1940 pattern battle dress blouse belonging to Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers ( REME ) with the divisional shield of GHQ Middle East. The Divisional shield is of the 1946 pattern who's command territories included Egypt, Palestine, Jordan, Cyprus, Sudan, Aden, British Somaliland, Iraq, the Persian Gulf, East Africa, Crete and Greece. The battle dress also has a brass trade badge of a hamer and pincers which would come and group "D" trades. The BD has been tailored to the shoulders is date 1945, manufactured by the "Dunlop Rubber Co.Ltd" and is size stamped 13. The BD also has the letter date code "Z" for 1945.
Replacement & School Command Badge This is a the badge worn by members of the replacement & School command which was formed in 1943.
Replica German MP40 ( Marushin ) This is replica German MP40 submachine produced by the Japanese firm Marushin in the early 1980's. This example is missing a number of parts and the cocking handle from the bolt. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica German MP40 Folding Stock This is a folding stock for the Japanese made replica MP40 produced by Marushin.
Replica German MP40 Folding Stock This is part of the folding stock for the Japanese made replica MP40 produced by Model Gun Corporation.
Replica German MP40 Plastic Furniture ( MGC ) This is black plastic furniture for the Japanese made replica MP40 produce by Model Gun Corporation.
Replica German P08 Luger ( Nakata ) This is an extremely rare late 1960's Japanese made replica of the iconic German P08 Luger produced by the model gun firm Nakata which ceased all production of their model guns in the1970's. The Nakata replica is recognised by collectors as one of the best replicas you can find of this iconic weapon. It has been given a 1920 date correct German makers name "DWM" ( Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken ). It also has the unique feature of the toggle action moving back and forth when the trigger is squeezer and will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. This example does have a broken slide release catch, however it does not prevent the toggle from working. It also comes with its original box. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only
Replica Luger & MP18 Snell Drum Magazine ( MGC ) This is a rare replica fully functional snell drum magazine produced by the Japanese firm Model Guns Corporation in the early 1970's which is almost as hard to find as the original WW1 era snell drum magazine.
Replica M1869 Civilian Model Revolver ( MGC ( This is a Japanese made 1970's replica of the M1869 civilian model revolver produced for the U.S. market. The replica was manufactured by the Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ). However they where sold under a U.S. distributor "Replica Model Guns Incorporated" ( RMI ). This example is in excellent condition and comes in its original box. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica M1873 Fast-Draw Peacemaker ( MGC ) This is an early Japanese replica of the M1873 Fast-Draw Peacemaker with a 4.5" barrel. which was the favoured gun of the legendary Texas Ranger Bat Masterson. The replica was produced by theTokyo based firm, Model Gun Corporation, which ceased all production of their model guns in 1994. It is a faithful reproduction and will strip down just like the original gun. This example comes with two dummy brass rounds. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica M1873 Frontier Model ( MGC ) This is an early 1970's Japanese made replica of the 6" barrel Frontier Model, also referred to as the Dodge City model, favoured by Frontier Sheriffs and U.S. Marshals of the Old West. The replica was produced by the Tokyo based firm, Model Gun Corporation who ceased all production of their model guns in 1994. The replica is a faithful reproduction and will strip down just like the original gun. However this example has a faulty mechanism and the cylinder will not rotate when the trigger is pulled. The replica comes with two dummy brass rounds. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.U.K. Sales Only.
Replica MP40 Barrel This is MP40 barrel for the Japanese made replica MP40 produced by Marushin. The barrel is not capable of firing live or blank rounds and is fully blocked.
Replica MP40 Barrel Nut This is a barrel nut for the Japanese made replica MP40 produced by Model Gun Corporation. The barrel nut will only fit a MGC replica MP40.
Replica Russian/Soviet AK47 Assault Rifle ( Hudson ) This is a 1980's replica of a Russian AK47 assault rifle, which is exact in every detail. It will load and eject dummy rounds and strip down just like the real thing. It is made of metal and real wood. However it does have some parts missing, the top hand guard release switch, the barrel sling swivel and the cleaning round. The replica was produced by the Japanese form "Hudson", which ceased all production of their model guns in 2009. Sold Subject to Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M1928 Thompson Submachine Gun ( Kokusai ) This is a 1960's made replica of the Thompson M1928 submachine gun produced by the Japanese firm "Kokusa Industry Co" whom went bankrupt after a factory fire in 2003. The firm was taken over by Sun Project and continued to produce replica guns in the Kokusai brand name, then sold the business to Uriu LTD, who also continued to produce replica guns in the Kokusai name. In January 2018 the firm stopped all production of their replica guns. This early replica is extremely well made with real metal and wood and will strip down just like the real weapon. It will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill.
Replica U.S. CAR-15 Colt Commando The CAR-15 Colt Commando was initially designed for armoured fighting vehicle and helicopter crews in Vietnam where longer weapons such as the M16 was unwieldy in such vehicles. However it soon became popular weapon for use with special forces for its compactness. This replica is extremely rare as it was only produced by the Japanese firm Model Gun corporation in the late 1970's. The telescopic butt is in fixed short position. However it will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. MGC ceased trading in 1994. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only
Replica U.S. M1 Thompson Submachine Gun ( Tokyo CMC ) This is an extremely well made replica of the U.S. M1 Thompson submachine gun produced by the Japanese firm "Tokyo CMC", who ceased production and trading of all their model guns in 1985. Making this quite a rare and sort after collectors item. It has the same weight and feel as the real Thompson and also has the correct Auto Ordnance markings and will take an original magazine. It strips down just like the real thing and is capable of chambering and ejecting dummy brass rounds. Sold subject to the violent crimes reduction bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M16 Assault Rifle ( MGC ) This is a replica of the iconic M16 assault rifle, which was produced by the Japanese firm Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ). The replica has the early features of a three finger flash eliminator and no forward assist and a 20 round magazine. It will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. MGC produced the M16 replicas in the late 1970's to the early 1980's. The firm ceased trading in 1994. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M16 Assault Rifle ( MGC ) This is a replica of the iconic M16 assault rifle, which was produced the Japanese firm Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ) The replica has early features of a three finger flash eliminator and no forward assist and a 20 round magazine. It will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds. MGC produced this M16 replicas in the late 1970\'s to the early 1980\'s. This example is dated March 1980. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. M1921 Thompson Submachine Gun ( MGC ) This is a replica of the U.S. M1921 Thompson submachine gun, which was invented by John.T.Thompson in 1918 and was originally called the "Annihilator". It was developed for the army to be used in trench warfare during WW1. However the war ended before the first prototypes could be shipped to France. When Auto Ordnance sot to market the weapon commercially they decided to re-name it the Thompson. The weapon soon gained fame during the U.S. prohibition era when it becoming the signature weapon of various organised crime syndicates. The M1921 was sold in small quantities to the Federal government which supplied the weapons to the United States Postal inspection service, several police departments and the United States Marines. However the rest of the U.S. Military did not adopt the Thompson to the early 1930's and designated the weapon as the M1928. This replica was produced by the Japanese firm Model Gun Corporation ( MGC ), which ceased trading in 1994. However its moulds where taken over by its parent companies Taiko and Shin Nippon Mokei and continued to mark their model guns as "MGC" However both companies ceased trading in April 2010. This example is an early MGC replica and comes with a non functioning drum magazine. However the replica can take original Thompson magazines. It can also load and eject dummy brass rounds. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. XM177E2 ( Marushin ) This is an excellent replica of the U.S. XM177E2, which is an improved version of the CAR-15 Colt Commando. The main difference between the two is the XM177E2 has a forward assist and slightly longer barrel. This replica is exact in every detail including the Colt markings, which are also on the magazine. It will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds, the telescopic butt extends fully and will field strip just like the original gun. This example was manufactured in the early 1980's by the Japanese firm Marushin. Unfortunately it is missing its bolt release catch. Sold Subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Replica U.S. XM177E2 ( Marushin ) This is an excellent replica of the U.S. XM177E2, which is an improved version of the CAR-15 Colt Commando. The main difference between the two is the XM177E2 has a forward assist and a slightly longer barrel. The replica is exact in every detail including the Colt markings which are also on the magazine. It will chamber and eject dummy brass rounds, the telescopic butt is fully extendable and will field strip just like the real gun. This example was produced by the Japanese firm Marushin and is dated April 1981. Sold subject to the Violent Crimes Reduction Bill. U.K. Sales Only.
Reproduction U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet This is a reproduction U.S. M1C paratrooper helmet which has original M1 helmet shell which has been resprayed and and reproduction paratrooper chinstrap added. The actual liner is original WW2 paratrooper which had been restrapped during the 1960's for Vietnam.
Reproduction 1st Allied Airborne Army Patch This is a reproduction formation patch worn by the 1st Allied Airborne Army, which was formed on 2nd August 1944 and controllled all allied airborne forces in western europe from August 1944 to May 1945.
Reproduction 1st Allied Airborne Sleeve Badge The 1st Allied Airborne was a formation which was formed by order of General Eisenhower on 2nd August 1944. The formation consisting of the 17th, 82, 101 U.S. airborne Divisions and the British 1st and 6th Airborne Divisions and the Polish 1st Parachute Brigade. The formation took part in Operation Market Garden, the Battle of the Bugle and Operation Varsity. It was disbanded on 20th May 1945.
Reproduction British 37 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers A good reproduction of British 37 pattern battle dress trousers, which has a contract label, a 1940 date and a wartime makers name \"The Rego Clothiers LTD\". The trousers are a 38-39 inch waist.
Reproduction British 37 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers A good reproduction if British 37 pattern battle dress trousers, which are approximately a size 36 inch waist with a 28 inch leg.
Reproduction British Army Corporal Stripes A good reproduction pair of British army corporal stripes.
Reproduction British Army Officer Rank Pips a pair of reproduction British army officer rank pips which has the black colour backing for the Army Physical Training Corps.
Reproduction British Northern Command Divisional Badges A set of reproduction British Northern Command Divisional badges.
Reproduction British Paratrooper Qualification Jump Wings Reproduction British paratrooper qualification jump wings.
Reproduction Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a reproduction d Czech Army M32 helmet.
Reproduction Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a reproduction Czech Army M32 helmet.
Reproduction German Anti-Gas Cape Bag This is a rubberised reproduction anti-gas cape bag.
Reproduction German Army M38 Side Cap This is a good reproduction Germany army M38 side cap which has a white branch of service piping for Infantry the cap is a size 59, has been dated 1940 and given an actual wartime maker's stamp.
Reproduction German Fork & Spoon Set. A reproduction of a German fork & spoon set, which has been given a 1942 date and the maker's code "T.S.R". ( No such maker ).
Reproduction German G43 Stock This is a wooden reproduction stock for the G43 and K43 German self-loading rifle. Minor work to the stock may be needed to fit the barrel and receiver. Original wartime stock will cost over £600. U.K. Sales Only
Reproduction German K98 Rifle Sling This is a good quality leather reproduction sling for the German WW2 K98 rifle. The sling has been given a waffenampt and a 1942 date.
Reproduction German Waffen-SS Belt & Buckle This is a good quality reproduction German Waffen-SS belt and buckle, which is a very large size. It will fit someone between a 38\" to 44\" waist.
Reproduction K98 Rifle Sling This is a leather reproduction sling for the German K98 rifle. The sling has been waffenampted and given a three letter makers code "nka" for J.J.Schlayer AG Lederwearenfabrik. It has also been dated 1943.
Reproduction Luftwaffe M35 Helmet This is an original M35 helmet shell which has been repainted Luftwaffe blue, with an Luftwaffe eagle and the national colours decal applied. The shell does have a very faint batch number and size makers code. Which are difficult to read. The liner is original.
Reproduction Luftwaffe M40 Helmet This is an original M40 shell which has been repainted Luftwaffe blue and the Luftwaffe eagle and national colours shield decals applied. The shell has the batch number 31419 and size marked 64. The letter "Q" before the 64 is the makers code "F.W.Quist GmbH". The top of the shell has a crack. The liner is a very good reproduction with an original aluminium band.
Reproduction Luftwaffe M42 Helmet This is a very good reproduction of Luftwaffe M42 single decal Helmet. The actual shell and liner are original. The shell has been repainted Luftwaffe blue and the decal applied. The shell has the batch number D219, shell size 62. The "S" before the 62 is the makers code for Alfred Nobel & Co".
Reproduction M-1910 Entrenching Tool & Cover A very good reproduction M-1910 entrenching tool and cover. The cover has been given the maker's name "SEMS" and dated 1943. The front of the cover has also been stamped "U.S." The entrenching tool itself is not marked.
Reproduction M1 Carbine Holster This is a very good reproduction of the special case for carrying the M1 carbine pistol style on the right side, which has a special wide loop on its back. This was less cumbersome way of carrying the M1 carbine than slung on the back. However the holster was seldom used..
Reproduction M1911A1 Holster This is a good reproduction of a M1911A1 black leather holster which is ideal for Vietnam era re-enactment or living history. The holster is embossed with "U.S." and has been given a 1960's era maker "Cathy Enterprises".
Reproduction M7 Gasmask Pouch This is an exact replica of the M7 rubberised gasmask pouch, which is better on as the Assault pouch. The M7 pouch was used for the M5 Gasmask.
Reproduction No1 MKIII SMLE Leather Rifle Sling This is a good reproduction leather sling for use with the No1 MKIII rifle better known as the SMLE ( Short Magazine Lee-Enfield ).
Reproduction Parachute Infantry Cap Badge This is a reproduction cap badge worn by the U.S. parachute infantry, whichd was a non-regulation item and first appeared in early 1941.
Reproduction RAF Other Ranks Albatross Wings A set reproduction RAF other ranks albatross wings.
Reproduction RAF Rank Insignia Reproduction RAF rank insignia for a Leading Aircraftsman ( LAC ).
Reproduction Soviet Gvardiya Guards Badge This is a reproduction of a Soviet Gvardiya Guards badge.
Reproduction Soviet Gvardiya Guards Badge This a reproduction of a Soviet Gvardiya Guards badge.
Reproduction Soviet SSh 36 Helmet This is a steel reproduction of the Soviet SSh36 pattern helmet. It is approximately a size 58.
Reproduction U.S. Airborne Garrison Cap Badge This is a good reproduction of the non-regulation cap garrison cap badge worn by members of the Parachute Infantry. The badge first appeared in early 1941.
Reproduction U.S. Airborne Troop Carrier Sleeve Badge This is a very good reproduction Airborne troop carrier sleeve badge worn by U.S glider troops, which took part in the D-Day landings and Operation Market Garden.
Reproduction U.S. Assault Vest This is a excellent reproduction of the Assault vest, which was developed in haste during 1943 after a British pattern and massed produced at the start of 1944. The Vest was issued for the Normandy landing operation mainly to the first wave troops. It has four pockets on the front and two smaller pockets on the lower set for grenades. There are two larger pockets on the back and four sets of grommets set around the waist to receiver various items of equipment.
Reproduction U.S. Jungle Hat This is a good reproduction jungle hat which is made of 100 cotton and size 7.1/4.
Reproduction U.S. M1 Helmet This is a excellent reproduction U.S. M1 helmet, which is actually an original WW2 front seamed shell, which has been repainted and reproduction tan webbing chinstraps added. The liner is Belgium produced which is identical to the U.S. WW2 examples.
Reproduction U.S. M1923 Ammunition Belt This is a reproduction U.S. M1923 ammunition belt for use with the M1 Garand and M1903 Springfield rifles.
Reproduction U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a reproduction U.S. M1936 pistol belt which has been given a 1942 date. The belt measures 39 inches.
Reproduction U.S. M1C Paratroopers Helmet This is a reproduction U.S. paratroopers helmet as worn during WW2. The helmet shell is original post-war U.S. manufactured which has been repainted and has he insignia of a 1st Lieutenant. The helmet has been given reproduction paratrooper chinstraps, which have the press-studs to secure the helmet to the liner. The liner is original US. paratroopers issue dating from the 1960's. One of the A-frame straps have started to come-away from the liner, however this can be repaired.
Reproduction U.S. M3 Fighting Knife & M6 Scabbard This is a high quality reproduction U.S. M3 fighting knife with a reproduction leather M6 Scabbard which has been given a wartime maker's mark "WMCO" and dated 1943. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Reproduction U.S. Thompson SMG Sling This is a reproduction sling for use with the M1928 and M1 Thompson submachine guns.
Reproduction Waffen-SS Helmet Cover This is a good reproduction of a Waffen-SS reversible helmet cover in the blurred edge pattern.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Jumper A woollen reproduction Wehrmacht issue jumper, which is a size 40" chest.
Reproduction Wehrmacht Issue Scarf A reproduction woollen Wehrmacht issue scarf.
Reproduction WW1 German Gasmask Canister This is a reproduction German gasmask canister with straps.
Reproduction WW1 Imperial Russian Peaked Cap This is a high quality reproduction imperial Russian peaked cap which is piped red for Infantry. The cap is size marked 56.
Reproduction.U.S. Army Airforce Navigator's Wings A army airforce navigator's flignt qualification wings.
Reprodution Czechoslovakian Army M32 Helmet This is a refurbished Czech army M32 helmet.
Reversible Mouse Grey Jacket, Trousers and Hood A very nice reversable to white mouse grey jacket, trousers and hood. The mouser grey reversable uniform was the first pattern of reversable uniforms introduced into the German armed forces in the winter of 1942 to 43 as a result of their bitter experiences of the previous winter. This pattern was worn both by the Army and the SS until both services developed their own distinctive camouflages. The jacket is in good condition with very few field repairs and has become a lighter shade due to exposure to sunlight. The hood and trousers are a darker shade both of which are in excellant condition. The only markings to be found are on the white side of the trousers what looks to be a faint G.E.A in a box. There are initials G.H., perhaps the original owners.
Ribbon Bar This is ribbon bar which consists of two awards a WW1 Iron Cross 2nd Class and the War Honour Cross.
RLB Badge This is a very nice example of a small RLB lapel badge. The reverse of the badge is maker marked \" HAURICH DRESDEN\".
Rotsiegel Solingen Razor Blades A unopened packet of Rotsegel Solingen razor blades.
Royal Air Force Air Gunners Badge RAF air gunners badge.
Royal Armoured Corps This is a post 1952 Royal Armoured Corps cap badge, with Queens crown.
Royal Army Ordnance Corps Cap Badge Cap badge belonging to the Royal Arm Ordnance Corps
Royal Army Service Corps Slip on Shoulder Titles A set of Royal Army Service Corps slip on shoulder titles. One of the loops has torn away from the backing.
Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps A pair of printed shoulder titles belonging to the Royal Canadian Army Medical Corps.
Royal Corps of Signals Cap Badge Cap badge for the Royal Corps of signals.
Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers Cap Badge This is a War economy produced cap badge for the Royal Electrical Mechanical Engineers ( REME ).
Royal Flying Corps Shoulder Titles A very nice example of a pair of Royal Flying Corps shoulder titles, which have been removed from a tunic.
Royal Fusiliers This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Fusiliers City of London Regiment.
Royal Fusiliers This is the 7th Battalion Royal Fusiliers cap badge.
Royal Navy 1919 Pattern Belt This is the rarer Royal Navy 1919 pattern three piece belt which is dated 1940 and maker marked "MECo" ( Mills Equipment Company. The 37 pattern owned its design to the Navy 1919 and RAF 1925 pattern belts. The RAF 1925 pattern belt is identical to the RN 1919 pattern belt but for press-stud on the back section for attachment of the bayonet frog. This example has been blancoed green and measures 42 inches.
Royal Navy 30mm Drill Round This is an 30mm drill round for the Royal Navy DS30M automatic cannon. This example is dated 1987. U.K. Sales Only
Royal Ulster Rifles This is a cap badge worn by the Royal Ulster Rifles.
Rubber Muzzel Cover This is a soft rubber muzzel cover which is numbered and made to fit the following weapons. K98, G41,G43, MP34,MP38,MP40, MP41, MP44.
Russian AK Cleaning Kit A Russian made cleaning kit for use with AK47/74 assault rifle. The consists of a pouch, tin containing pull-through, brushes, oil bottle and i set of cleaning tools, consisting of ruptured round extractor, brush and a retaining pin release tool.
Russian AK Cleaning Tools A set of Russian AK cleaning tools consisting of a brush, ruptured round extractor, retaining pin release tool and carbon defouler
Russian AK Loading Tool This is a loading tool for the AK assault rifle for 7.62mm ammunition.
Russian AK Oil Bottle This is a plastic oil bottle for the AK47 assault rifle.
Russian AKU Gun Cover This is a gun cover the the Russian AKU assault rifle which is mainly issued to Russian paratroopers. The gun cover would be strapped to the leg of the paratrooper.
Russian Book I am not sure exactly what the book is, however it seems to have been captured or printed by the Germans as it has a German ink stamp on the inside.
Russian Inert 7.62mm AK Ammunition Ten rounds of steel cased inert 7.62mm ammunition for the AK assault rifle. U.K.Sales Only
Russian Mosin Nagant M1891 Trigger Guard This is a trigger guard with a built in magazine for the Mosin Nagant M1891 rifle. It will also fit the M1930 rifle and M1938/44 carbines.
Russian TT30 Magazine This is a magazine for the TT30, with lanyard loop.
Russian Volunteer Sleeve Insignia ( POA ) This is a bevo shield insignia worn by members of the Russian Army of Liberation fighting for the Wehrmacht. This example has been removed from a tunic.
Russian/Soviet Inert RPG-40 Anti-Tank Grenade The RPG-40 anti-tank grenade was developed by the Soviet Union in 1940 and contained 760 grams of explosive. It was effective and could penetrate up to 20mm of armoured plate. The grenade was extremely effective against early German tanks but ineffective against later models such as the Panzer IV and Panzer V ( Panther ). Which resulted in the introduction of the RPG-43 which replaced the RPG-40 in 1943. This example is in reasonable condition with some minor holes and surface rust.. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1944 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a very nice example of a matching numbered Mosin Nagant M1944 carbine. The M1944 carbine is identical to the M1938 carbine with the addition of a folding bayonet. The carbine was originally designed for use with cavalry, artillery and transport personal. However the carbines where also used by infantry. This example is actually post-war made and dated 1948. For Non EU Sale Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Russian/Soviet 7.62 Inert Nagnat Rifle Rounds A five round clip of inert 7.62mm rounds for the Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 and M1938/44 carbines. U.K. Sales Only
Russian/Soviet 7.62mm Pistol & SMG Drill Rounds Ten 7.62mm Russian drill rounds for use with the following weapons TT30/33 pistol, Nagant M1895 revolver, PPSH41 and PPS43 submachine guns. We have a limited number in stock. U.K. Sales Only
Russian/Soviet Ammunition Tin This is a ammunition tin which was mainly used for the M1910 Maxim heavy machine gun. Both sides of the ammunition tin are embossed with the Soviet Star.
Russian/Soviet Deactivated Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle This is a 1943 dated Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle, which is matching numbered and has the factory mark of an arrow within a triangle for the Izhevsk arsenal. This example comes with a EU/UK deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Inert 7.62mm Pistol & SMG Rounds 8 inert steel cased 7.62mm rounds with black heads for use with the TT30/33 pistols and PPSH41 and PPS43 submachine guns. All the rounds are post-war made and dated 1953. U.K. Sales ONLY
Russian/Soviet Inert 7.62mm Pistol & SMG Rounds 8 inert steel cased 7.62mm rounds with copper jacketed heads for use with the TT30/33 pistols and PPSH41 and PPS43 submachine guns. All the rounds are post-war made and dated 1953. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Inert Mosin Nagant 7.62mm Rounds This is an inert five round clip of 7.62mm ammunition for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbines. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Inert RPG-40 Anti-Tank Grenade The RPG-40 anti-tank grenade was developed by the Soviet Union in 1940 and contained 760 grams of explosive. It was effective and could penetrate up to 20mm of armour plate. The grenade was extremely effective against early German tanks but ineffective against later models such as the Panzer IV and Panzer V ( Panther ) resulting in the introduction of the RPG-43 which replaced the RPG-40 in 1943. This example is in fair condition with no holes just superficial surface rust. U.K.Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Leather AK47 Sling This is a early leather sling for use with the AK47 assault rifle.
Russian/Soviet Leather Flying Helmet An all leather Russian/Soviet flying helmet which is maker marked and dated 1989 and is complete with its earphones, and wiring. The helmet is size stamped "58".
Russian/Soviet Leather PPSH41 Sling This is leather sling for use with the Russian PPSH41 submachine gun. One end of the sling has been slightly shortened.
Russian/Soviet M1891/30 Bayonet This is a M1891/30 bayonet for the Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle. The bayonet is in excellent condition. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet MIG15 Pilots Leather Flying Helmet This is a mint MIG15 pilot's leather net type flying helmet. Which still has the all its wiring, earphones and throat mike. The helmet is size stamped "56".
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle This is a 1938 dated Mosin Nagant Rifle, which has a matching numbered bolt and receiver. This example has the manufacturer's symbol of a arrow within a triangle which identifies the maker as the Izhevsk Factory. It is deactivated to the current EU specification and will not cock or dry fire. However the bolt will open and close and the trigger moves. U.K. Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle This is a Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle which is dated 1940 and was produced by Izhevsk factory identified by the symbol of the arrow within the triangle. This example was captured by the Finish Army probably during the 1940 Finnish/Soviet winter war. The left side of the receive is stamped with a Finish Army property marking "SA" for ( Suomen Armeija ). This example is does not cock or dry fire, however the bolt will open and close and comes with a EU/UK deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ). For Sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle which is dated 1937 and the arsenal mark of the a very faint arrow within a star which identifies the manufacturer as the Tula Arsenal. For non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ). For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is an early production example of the Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle, which has the hexagon receiver and dated 1931. It has an arsenal mark of an arrow within a triangle which identifies the factory as the Izhevsk Arsenal. The butt is also marked with Soviet star. For non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ). For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle, which was produced by the Izhevsk arsenal and dated 1943.This example is missing its cleaning rod. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK specification. Please email before making purchse.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant M1930 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ). For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle which is dated 1938 and has the arsenal mark of a arrow within a star, which identifies the manufacturer as the Tula Arsenal. This example is also marked with Chinese characters, indicating Chinese communist use. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Sling This is s post-war webbing sling for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbines.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Sling This is a post-war webbing sling for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbine.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Sling This is a WW2 leather sling for the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbine. Original leather WW2 slings for the Mosin Nagant are extremely rare and hard to find.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Sling This is a post-war webbing sling for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbines.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Sling This is a post-war webbing sling for use with the Mosin Nagant rifle and carbine.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagnat M1938 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a nice example of a matching numbered Mosin Nagant M1938 carbine. Which was originally designed for use with Cavalry, Artillery and transport personal. However the carbines where also issued to infantry. This example has the arsenal marking of an arrow within a triangle, which identifies the manufacturer as the Izhevsk arsenal and dated 1944. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Email before making purchase.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagnat M1938 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a matching numbered Mosin Nagant M1938 carbine, which was originally issued to Cavalry, Artillery and transport troops. This example is dated 1944 and is in excellent condition. Non-EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Russian/Soviet Mosin Nagnat M1944 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a nice example of a Mosin Nagant M1944 carbine, which is identical to the M1938 carbine with the additional of a folding cruciform bayonet. The M1938 and M1944 carbines where originally designed for use with Cavalry, Artillery and transport personal. However the carbines where also issued to infantry. This example is actually dated 1948 and has the arsenal marking of an arrow within a triangle which identifies the manufacturer as the Izhevsk Asrenal. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Russian/Soviet Nagant M1895 Revolver Holster & Accessories This is a 1950 dated holster for the M1895 nagant revolver. The holster comes with a lanyard and cleaning rod. All of which is in unissued condition.
Russian/Soviet PPS43 Magazine This is a magazine for the PPS43 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Drum Magazine & Pouch This is a post-war example of a drum magazine and magazine pouch for the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Drum Magazine & Pouch This is a post-war example of drum magazine and magazine pouch for the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Sling This is a 1950 dated webbing sling for use with the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Sling This is a post-war webbing sling for use with the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Sling This is a post-war made webbing sling for the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Sling This is a post-war made webbing sling for the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Stick Magazine This is the rarer smooth sided stick magazine for the PPSH41 submachine gun.
Russian/Soviet PPSH41 Submachine Gun ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a very good example of PPSH41 submachine gun which is dated 1951. The PPSH41 was an extremely robust and reliable weapon which was favoured by veteran German combat troops during WW2. The PPSH41 was still being used in more recent conflicts like Afghanistan by insurgents fighting against western forces. This example is completely welded up with the bolt welded shut. It has not movinv parts but does break open.For Non EU Sales Only. However it can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Russian/Soviet Tanker\'s Helmet This is a black Russian/Soviet tanker\'s helmet which is maker marked and dated 1989. The helmet is compete with its earphones, throat mike and wiring.
S.A. Medical Officer's Single Collar Patch This is a single S.A. medical officer's collar, which still retains it's "RZM" paper label.
S.A. Sports Badge This is an excellant example of the Gold grade of the S.A. sports badge which is also known as the S.A. defense badge. The reverse of the sword is inscriped \"EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN. S.A. FUHRUNG\".
S.A. Sports Badge This a nice example of the silver grade of the S.A. sports badge which is also known as the S.A. defense medal. This example is maker marked \"W.REDO\". The reverse of the sword is inscriped with \"EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN. S.A. FUHRUNG\".
S.A. Stick Pin This is a \"RZM\" marked S.A. stick pin.
S.A.Sports Badge Gold Grade This is a gold grade of the S.A. sports badge, which is also known as the Defence Badge. Unfortunately most of the gold guilt has gone, however traces are still visible, especially on the reverse side. The badge is maker marked "W.REDO, "SAAR-LAUTERN" on the reverse of the swastika. The reverse of the the sword is marked "EIGENTUM.D.OBERSTEN.S.A.FUHRUNG"
SA Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of Sturm-Abteilung collar patches. The right patch has the unit number \"3\" and the left patch the rank, Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ). The rank patch still retains its RZM label and both patches are piped silver and black with aluminium thread.
SA Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of green Sturm-Abteilung ( SA ) collar patches. The green base collar indicates that the collar belonged to a Jager unit with the number 6 as its unit designation. The rank is indicated by the single pip \"Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior Corporal ). The collar patches are hessian backed and still retain their RZM paper label.
SA Kepi This is Sturmabteilung Kepi with the group colour rose red for either Ostmark or Sudmark. The kepi has the second pattern M36 eagle which has oxidized. The gold gilt button has also started to oxidize. The cap retains it celluloid triangle which gives the size and makers name. It is also DRGM stamped. The leather sweatband has dried, cracked and split in a number of places. However it still is an attractive looking cap and would make a nice display piece.
SA Marine Cuff Title This is a bevo cuff title worn by members of the Sturm-abteilung Marine.
SA Medical NCO Collar Patches A nice pair of SA medical NCO's collar patches. The left patch has the medical cypher and unit number. The reverse side of the patch still retains its paper RZM label. The right patch is the rank patch, which has the rank of Uterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
SA Shoulder Strap A single shoulder strap belonging to the \"Turn-und Sportabteilung\" ( SA ). The shoulder strap is piped black for pioneers.
SA Shoulder Strap This is a single SA shoulder strap which is in the group colours "gold-red" for the Sudeten.
SA Single Armoured Unit Collar Tab This is a ultra rare single early collar tab belonging to the armoured unit with brown piping for Friesland ( Weser-Ems ).
SA Sports Official Armband This is a good example of the SA Sports Association Armband, which has a copper bronze silk-woven representation of the SA Sport-Abzeichen ( SA Sports Badge ) as its central motif. The armband was worn by sports umpires, time keepers and track officials of the SA judging at the official sports events for members of the SA and other NSDAP formations who were competing for the SA Sports Badge.
SA Tornister This is a very nice example of a SA marked Tornister ( back pack ). The RZM label is located on the inside top of the rack which has the serial number "44375". The Tornister has the original owners name and unit "Schumacher".
SA-Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SA ( Sturm-Abteilung ) collar patches. The right hand patch with the number 16 is the District number and the left hand patch the rank. In this cas that of an SA- Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). Both patches still retain the RZM paper labels.
Saving Private Ryan Film Poster This is an original film poster for Saving Private Ryan.
Schuma Bevo Cap Badge This is a bevo cap badge worn by the Schuma, who where Ukrainian Security police.
Scots Guards Single Shoulder Title A embroided single Scots Guards shoulder title.
Scottish Rifles Cap Badge Scottish rifles cap badge.
Scottish Tam o\' Shanter Beret This is a Tam o' Shanter beret worn only by Scottish Regiments within the British army. This example is maker marked "A & J. Gelfer, Ltd, Glasgow". The beret is dated 1947 and has two broad arrows facing each other. Which signifies that the beret was sold out of military service and deemed as surplus. It is size stamped 6.5/8.
SD Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SD officers collar patches with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). These patches was original glued on a display board displaying the ranks of SD officers.
SD Officers Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of SD officers collar patches with the rank of Hauptsturmfuhrer ( Captain ). The rank patch still retains it's RZM paper label. The collar patches was original glued to a display board showing the ranks of SD officers.
SD-Collar Patches A nice example of a matching pair of SD collar patches with the rank of Hauptscharfuhrer ( Sergeant-Major ). The non-rank patch still retains its RZM paper label.
Seaforth Highlanders Cap Badge Seaforth Highlanders, Duke of Albany\'s Regiment cap badge.
Service Chevrons A embroided two year service chevron patch.
Service Stripes This is an enlisted mans service stripes. There are ten service strips indicating 5 years service.
Sewing Kit Pouch This small white cotton cloth pouch was used as a house wife sewing kit. There are no contents.
Shaving Brush This is a period shaving brush.
Shell Fuse Container This is a shell bakerlite fuse container, which is marked on the lid \"Kart.Vorl.H.13. The underneath of the container is maker marked \"gtc\" ( Richard Stock & Co, Spiralbohrer, Werkzeug-u.Machinenfabrik AG ) and dated 1944.
Signaller's Climbing Equipment This is a a nice set of a Signaller's climbing equipment, consisting of safety belt, safety chain, and grappling irons. Which allowed the signalman to work safely on telephone and telegraph poles. The belt waffenampted, datd 1942 and has the maker's code "H" ( Elsterwerdaer Schraubenfabrik ). The grappling irons are maker marked "KUCKE".
Six Rubber Muzzel Caps Six various numbered soft rubber muzzel caps which where made to fit the following weapons, K98, G41,G43,K43,MP34,MP38,MP40,MP41 and MP44.
Skin Decontamination Ointment This is a skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ), which replaced the Losantin lozenges in 1941. This example is dated 1943.
Skin Decontamination Ointment This is a skin decontamination ointment ( Hautentgiftungsalbe ), which replaced the Losantin lozenges in 1941. This example is dated 1941 and still contains oinment.
Small Arms School Cap Badge This is a King's crown Small Arms School cap badge.
Small Arms Training Pamphlet Ant-tank and Hand Grenades This is a new reprint of a 1941 published Small Arms Training pamphlet for the No.68 Anti-tank grenade and the No.69 Bakelite grenade.
Small Arms Training Pamphlet Anti-Aircraft This is a 1942 dated Small Arms Training pamphlet for anti-aircraft operations.
Small First Aid Dressing This is a small first aid dressing, which would have been part of the contents for a vehicle first aid box, luftschutz first aid box or field surgeons pack. This example is dated 1943.
Smith & Wesson Model 11 ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The Model 11 is actually made from the wartime K-frames which was the basic frame for the Victory revolver supplied to the U.K. under the 1940 lend-lease agreement. This is a very good example retaining the Smith & Wesson trade mark on the frame. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Soap A bar of unissued soap, which is marked \"SIERNSEIFE 60\".
Somerset Light Infantry This is the cap badge worn by the Somerset Light Infantry.
Sonderverband 288 Sleeve Badge This is a rare unit patch worn by members of the Sonderverband 288 ( Special Unit 288 ). The Sonderverband 288 was a fully motorized unit of the Wehrmacht who was prepared for use in Iraq, Iran and India but saw action in North Africa as part of the Afrika Korps. The unit had the strength of a regiment 2,000 men, but versatile in arms, equipment and also had Arab translators. This example is in extremely good condition in bevo with a cotton backing.
Soup Packet A soup packet manufactured by Brocket & Co of Hamburg still retaining its contents.
South African Air Force Collar & Shoulder Title insignia A set of South African air force collar and shoulder title insignia.
South Vietnamese Airforce Squardon Badge This is a South Vietnamese Airforce badge belonging to the 520th Fighter Squardon, 74th Tactical Wing, 4th Air Divison, who where based at Bingh Thuy and flew Cessna A-37B Dragonfly.
South Vietnamese Armed Forces Training Honour Medal This is a South Vietnamese armed forces training honour medal.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card for a female army employee named "Nguyen Thi Lien", who was born on 20th June 1930 in Saigon. The card was issued on 11th June 1969. The Army of the South Vietnamese Republic ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card for a female army employee named "DOAN-THI-BAY", who was born on 10.03.1952. The card is dated 28.05.1971 and has the idividuals thumb prints. The Army of the Republic of Vietnam ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese army identity card named to a female army employee named "Truong-Thi-Loi, who was born on 20th October 1956 in Hue. The identity card was issued on 29th April 1971. The army of the South Vietnamese Republic, ceased to exist on 30th April 1975.
South Vietnamese Army Identity Discs A pair of extremely rare South Vietnamese army ( ARVN ) identity discs named to two separate soldiers. One disc has the name "VO-THUONG", service number "SQ-77/200.565. The second disc has the name "NGUYEN-VAN-SAO", service number 68/155.490". Arvn ID dic are extremely rar, because nearly all surviving members of the South Vietnamese Army destroyed all their documentation including their dog-tags to prevent prosecution and possibly death in the hands of the victorious North Vietnames Army. The dog-tags are on a piece of original U.S. issue cord.
South Vietnamese Army Officer's Record Sheet This is an extremely rare document as nearly all South Vietnamese army records where destroyed when South Vietnam was over ran by the North. The document is for a South Vietnamese army officer and is dated 18th July 1968.
South Vietnamese Civil Actions Medal ( Officers ) This is a South Vietnamese civil actions medal 1st class for officers.
South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross This is a South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with bronze star.
South Vietnamese Gallantry Cross with Unit Citation Ribbon Bar This South Vietnamese award is known as the Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation with Palm and was created on 20th January 1968. It was awarded to military units that had distinguished themselves. The Gallantry Cross was authorisized by the U.S.Navy and Marine Corps who served in Vietnam between 8 February 1962 to 28th March 1973 and was awarded the Gallantry Cross could wear the award.
South Vietnamese M-1956 Waterbottle & Pouch This is an extremely rare South Vietnamese made M-1956 waterbottle with a U.S. made M-1956 pouch. The front of the waterbottle is stamped "CHI DE DUNG NUOC, TRANH NGON LUA VA VI LO NONG, Q.L.V.N.C." The base of the waterbottle is stamped "DAI DONG" and dated 1969.
South Vietnamese Medal This is a unknown South Vietnamese military medal.
South Vietnamese Military Staff Service Medal ( Officers ) This is a South Vietnamese Military Staff service medal 1st class for officers.
South Vietnamese Military Technical Service Medal A South Vietnamese military technical service medal.
South Vietnamese National Police Helmet This is a South Vietnamese national police helmet, which is a U.S. supplied M1 helmet with the heat number clearly visible. The liner is missing its sweatband and neck nape . The inscription "Cong Minh Liem Chinh" for national Police and the number 400 is the precient number.
South Vietnamese National Police Precinct Badge This is a bevo quality South Vietnamese national police sleeve badge belonging a Police Precinct "404"
South Vietnamese Republic Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese Republic identity card named to "Le Phuong" who was born in 1939 in place called "Dinh Tuong". The identity card was issued on 29th August 1972.
South Vietnamese Republic Identity Card This is a South Vietnamese Republic identity card named to a "Tran-Tan-Duc, born on 27th April 1952 in Saigon. The identity card was issued on 20th May 1971.
South Vietnamese Wound Medal This is a South Vietnamese wound medal.
Soviet Navy Cap This is a WW2 pattern Soviet Navy cap which is dated 1961 and size stamped 55. The cap has a WW2 pattern enamel Soviet star with a intact cap tally. In the late 1960's the Russian Navy caps became large and more saucer shaped.
Soviet Ammunition Tin This is a 250 round ammunition tin, which was mainly used for the Maxim M1910 Heavy Machine Gun.
Soviet Army Breeches A mint un-issued example of Soviet army breeches, which are dated 1952, but are identical to the WW2 pattern. The breeches have the maker's label. This example is approximately 30 inch waist with a inside leg of 26 inches.
Soviet Army M43 Gymastiorka This is a good example of a Soviet post-war made M43 gymastiorka, with external pockets. The field blouse is approximately a size 42" chest, with Soviet maker's stamp and a 1955 date.
Soviet Army M43 Gymastiorka This is a good example of s Soviet army M43 gymastiorka, complete with shoulder boards, which are piped raspberry for infantry. The blouse is approximately a size 42" chest and has faint Soviet maker's stamp, but no visible date.
Soviet Army M43 Gymastiorka This is a post-war war made Soviet army M43 gymastiorka with external pockets. The field blouse is in excellent condition with clear Soviet maker's stamp and 1953 date. It is approximately a size 42" chest.
Soviet Army Officer's 1943 Pattern Gymnastiorka This is a mint un-issued example of a Soviet Army officers summer issue gymnastiorka which is made of fine quality cotton. The blouse has no markings. It can either be WW2 or post-war issue.
Soviet Genade Pouch This is a grenade pouch for use with the F-1 and RG42 grenades. The grenades shown is not part of the sale, just for illustration. The pouch is soviet marked.
Soviet Genade Pouch This is an early 1943 manufactured canvas grenade pouch for use with the F-1 and RG42 grenades.
Soviet Grenade Pouch This is a 1944 dated canvas grenade pouch for use with the F-1 and RG42 grenades.
Soviet Grenade Pouch This is a grenade pouch for use with the F-1 grenade and RG42 grenades. The grenades shown in the listing is not part of the sale, just for illustration. The pouch has a faint Soviet stamp.
Soviet Mosin Nagant Rifle/Carbine Ammunition Bandolier This is an ammunition bandolier for the Mosin Nagant M1930 rifle, M1938 and M1944 carbines.
Soviet RGD-33 Grenade Pouch This is a grenade pouch for use with the RGD-33 grenade. This example is in excellent condition.
Soviet SSh40 Helmet This is a 1956 produced helmet with a German style leather liner. The shape of the helmet is identical to the wartime pattern except for the liner which would have been a three piece padded liner and a webbing chinstrap. This would be ideal for a re-enactment.
Soviet SSh40 Helmet This is a post-war made Russian SSh40 helmet, with a German style leather liner. The wartime examples have a three piece padded liner with a webbing chinstrap. This would be ideal for display or WW2 re-enactment/living history.
Soviet Telogreika Quilted Jacket This is the later pattern telogreika quilted jacket introduced in 1943 and remained in service with the Soviet army to the early 1960\'s. This example is a post-war made but identical to the WW2 pattern. The jacket is large size 44 inch chest, with rank bar on the right breast.
Soviet Telogreika Quilted Jacket This is a very nice example of the 2nd pattern Telogrieka quilted jacket introduced in 1943 and remained in service with the Soviet army to the 1960\'s. I believe this example is post-war made but identical to the mid-war WW2 pattern. The jacket has rank bars to the right breast with an award ribbon for the medal of Valiant Labour. The jacket is approximately a size 42 inch chest.
Soviet Telogreika Quilted Trousers Soviet Telogreika quilted trousers which are identical to WW2 pattern. This example has clear Soviet markings and is dated 1973. It is approximately a szie 34 inch waist.
Soviet Telogreika Quilted Trousers Soviet telogreika quilted trousers which are identical to the WW2 pattern. This example has clear Soviet markings and is dated 1973. It is approximately a 36 inch waist.
Soviet Winter Mittens A pair of Soviet winter mittens. These are post-war issue but are identical to the WW2 pattern and are a large size.
Soviet/Russian Inert RG42 Hande Grenade The Soviet RG42 hand grenade was a fragmentation grenade designed by S.G.Korshunov. It was originally introduced during WWII in 1942 as a emergency measure to replace the complex RGD33 grenade and remained in Soviet service to 1954 when it was replaced with the RGD5 Grenade. However stock large piles where kept and was given as military aid or sold to foreign nations. The RG42 was used in large numbers by North Vietnamese Army during the Vietnam War. U.K.Sales Only.
Spanish Deactivated JO.LO.AR Pistol The JO.LO.AR. is a semi-automatic pistol designed by J.Lopez de Arnaiz and named after the designer, hence the name of the pistol. The pistol was introduced in 1924 and came in a number of calibers and have a very distinctive appearance without a trigger guard and lever action enabling the user to carry the pistol with an empty chamber allowing the pistol to be cocked the with one hand. It could also be loaded with a 8 to 9 rounds with a removable magazine depending on the calibre. It could also be loaded with a single round directly into the barrel which could be lift up. The pistol was used by both sides during the Spanish civil war making them relatively quite rare within the UK market. They where also used by Portugal and Peru, especially favoured by the Peruvian Mounted Police who like the single hand use. This example is in 9mm and comes with a EU/UK deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
Spanish Eibar .455 Revolver ( Pre- EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European. This is Eibar revolver manufactured by Guisasola Hermandos, is basically a Spanish copy of the U.S. Smith & Wesson design but in .455 and sold as a commercial item to British army officers. This example does have a British proof marking on the left side of the frame. It is in good condition, retaining its original finish. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Spanish M26 Helmet This is a Spanish M26 helmet which was designed in 1926 and entered production in 1930. The M26 was used by the Nationalist and Republican forces during the Spanish Civil War. This example is in excellant condition including the leather liner and chinstrap.
Splinter Pattern Camouflage Reversible Mittens A very nice example of Splinter pattern camouflage reversible mittens to white.
Splinter Pattern Camouflage Reversible Mittens A very nice example of splinter camouflage pattern revesrible mittens to white.
Squardon/Signal Fallschirmjager in Action A squardon/signal publication of Fallschirmjager in action which has a number of period photographs and uniform illustrations.
SS Artillery Officers Un-issued Shoulder Boards A pair of SS artillery officer\'s shoulder boards with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The patches are still sealed with their paper tag which has the manufacturer\'s details. \" FISCHER, Gebruder, Auerhammer, Weissenburg \" The shoulder boards are also held together with two blue cotton threads.
SS Artillery Shoulderboards A example of a pair of SS Artillery Shoulderboards belonging to an SS-Oberscharfuhrer ( Colour-sergeant ). One of the shoulderboards has got damage to the piping exposing the twine cord. The rank pips have also been removed. The lining is artifical black silk.
SS Car Pennant Eagle This is a extremely rare high quality bevo SS eagle in silver wire on a white back ground. These where used on both sides of the triangular shaped SS car pennants.
SS Dutch Volunteers Arm Shield This is a good example of the arm shield which was worn by Dutch volunteers of the SS-Freiwilligen-Panzer-Grenadier-Division \"Nederland\".
SS Enamelled Badge A SS enamelled badge with the inscription "MEHR SEIN ALS SCHEINEN", which translates to "Be more than you appear to be". The back of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH".
SS LAH NCO\'s Shoulder Straps This is an extremely rare pre-war SS Leibstandarte Scharfuhrer\'s ( Sergeant ) shoulder straps. The shoulder straps date from around 1938 and are in very good condition.
SS Medical Officers Shoulder Straps A good example of an SS Medical officers shoulder straps, which have been removed from the tunic.
SS Officers Collar Patches A very nice example of a pair of SS officers collar patches which have the rank of Standartenfuhrer ( Colonel ).
SS Officers Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of removeable SS medical officers shoulder boars with the rank of Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ).
SS Officer\'s Shoulder Straps This is a stitched in SS-Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ) piped red for artillery. The piping has faded in places.
SS Security Service Sleeve Badge ( SD ) This arm badge was worn by all staff of the SS main Security Office The letters " SD" stands for "Sicherheits Dienst" ( Security Service ).
SS Sleeve Eagle This is the 2nd pattern sleeve eagle. There are few moth nips on the black felt.
SS Sleeve Insignia This is a printed trianglur SS sleeve insignia worn by older members of the Hitler Youth who have been selected to join the SS.
SS Sports Vest Insignia This is a printed example of a SS sports vest insignia.
SS Totenkopf Collar Patch A single collar patch belonging to Waffen-SS regiment Totenkopf. The front of the collar patch has suffered with two minor moth nips. The reverse of the collar patch has a collar RZM label.
SS Totenkopf Collar Patches A pair of early SS Totenkopf ( Death\'s Head ) collar patches which are un-issued. Unfortunately the rank patch has suffered with moth damage.
SS-Deutschland Regiment Shoulder Boards A nice example of a pair of matching SS Shoulder boards belonging to an Untersturmfuhrer of the Deutschland Regiment and is piped in the service colour of Engineers/Pioneers.
SS-Generals Collar Patches A pair of SS-Generals collar patches with the rank of SS-Oberfuhrer ( Brigadier-General ).
Stahlhelm Metal Sleeve Badge This a metal district arm badge worn by members of the Stahlhelm.This example has the inscription \" 2.REICHSFAHRT, Der Stahlhelm.am.Rhein\"
State Labourer's Label Badgle This is a enamelled state labourer's label badge. The badge reads "ARBEITS DANKS" ( Workers Thank You ). The reverse of the badge is marked "GES.GESCH" and has the makers logo.
State Party Medal This is a 1936 dated state party medal which has the inscription \"REICHSPARTEI, TAG\". The reverse of the medal is maker marked \"Walter Demmer, Ludenscheld\".
State Service Armband This is a late-war printed example of the armband worn by persons in state service.
Sten Gun Barrel Shroud This is a barrel shroud for the MKII and MK5 Sten guns.
Sten Gun Manual This is a new reprint of the Sten gun manual, which was first published in September 1942 and covers the MKII and MKIII Sten guns.
Stick Grenade Booby-Trap Attachment This is an extremely rare item a booby-trap attachment for M24 and M43 stick grenades. The attachment would have been screwed to a tree, fence or a wooden door. I have included photos of how the attachment is fitted to the M24 stick grenade.
Strassen Panzer The German Scout Cars This is a excellent reference book on German Scout Cars during WW2. Featuring photographs and illustrations. The book was published by Aero Publisher Inc in 1968.
Street Wardens Armband This is an armband worn by street wardens ( Strassen-Erlaubnis ), who's duties where to insure that the lights where switched off during air-raids. The back of the armband has a faint line of a eagle and swastika.
Submarine War Badge This was a gold guilt submarine war badge, which has lost most of its gold guilt. The badge was award to all ranks who displayed courage in the face of the enemy on two or more ocasions. This example is maker marked \" FRANK & REIF, STUTTGART\".
Swastika Flag This is a 10ft long Swastika flag which would have been draped from a building or lamp post. The flag is in good condition with some minor stains on the white circle part of the flag. There are not markers stampings on the flag.
Syringe This is a 1930's produced syringe with it's container and needle holder. Unfortunately there are no needles contained the the holder.
Tan Rain Cape This is a tan coloured rain cape which also doubles as a ground sheet made of rubberised cloth. The rain cape can also be buttoned together to make a rudimentary shelter.
Tap 50 Fighting Knife Cover This is an un-issued Tap 50 fighting knife cover.
Technische Nothilfe Trade Badge The is a Technische Nothilfe ( Technical Emergency Corps ), a bevo trade badge.
Teno Armband This an armband worn by personal working for the Technische Nothilfe ( Teno-Technical Emergency Corps ).
The Border Regiment Cap Badge The Border Regiment cap badge.
The Devonshire Regiment Cap Badge The Devonshire regiment cap badge. The Devonshire regiment was formed in 1685 and disbanded in 1958.
The Duke of Wellington\'s Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Duke of Wellington\'s regiment also called the West Riding. The regiment was first formed on 01/07/1702 and disbanded on 06/06/2006. The badge was worn from 1898 to 2006 except from the period between1958 to 1969 when the Yorkshire Brigade badge was worn.
The King's Own Cap Badge This is the cap badge worn by the Infantry regiment The King's Own.
The Lee-Enfield Rifle Reference Book This is a good reference book on the history and development Lee-Enfield rifle with photographs and illustrations.
The Malaya Service Medal ( Named ) This is a very nice example of a Malaya service medal named to "21136655. R.F.N.BIRKHABAHUR.SUNWAR.7.G.R."
The Men At War Saxon, Viking & Normans An Osprey publication of the Men at War series about Saxon, viking and Norman warriors.
The North Stafford Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the North Stafford regiment which was formed in 1881 and disbanded in 1959.
The Northern Ireland Campaign Service Medal ( Named ) A very nice example of the of the Northern Ireland campaign service medal named to "24783449. GNR.M.P.RUSH R.A. ( Guner Royal Artillery ). The backing of the medal has the name and telephone number of the business which court mounted the medal.
The Notts & Derby Regiment This is the cap badge belonging to the Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire Regiment, which was formed in 1881 and disbanded in 1970. The Regiment was also called The Sherwood Foresters.
The Official Mosin Nagant Rifle Manual This is a copy of the Soviet official Mosin Nagant rifle manual, translated by Major James.F. Gebhardt U.S. Army ( Retired ). Brand new examples sell for £90. This example is in excellent condition.
The South Staffordshire Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the South Staffordshire regiment which was formed in 1881 and disbanded in 1959.
The Wiltshire Regiment This is a cap badge worn by the Wiltshire Regiment.
Theatre Tickets A pair of theatre tickets which i recently found an an officers tunic pocket.
Thermos A British army thermos, which has been repainted and is still in good working condition.
Third Reich Stamps A set of twelve Third Reich stamps, depicting different arms within the German armed forces. The stamps have never been used.
Thompson Submachine Gun Magazine Pouch This is a mint un-issued five cell 20 round magazine pouch for the Thompson submachine gun.
Thompson Submachine Magazine Gun Pouch This is a mint un-issued five cell 20 round magazine pouch for the Thompson submachine gun.
Tiger This is a German publication about the Tiger tank, with detail history and photographs of this iconic tank. The book was published in 1976.
Tinnie This is a rally tinne for Koblenz. The inscription reads " MIT DER N.S. GEM.KRAFT D.FREUDE AN DIE NAHE KOBLENZ-TRIER". The on reverse of the badge has the makers name. "Ziemer & Sohne".
Tongue Depresser A wooden tongue depresser.
Touriquet A maker marked touriquiet, which would have been part of the contents in an armoured vehicle's first aid box or medic's pouches.
Touriquet This is a un-issued touriquet, which was part of the contents for a Verbandkasten ( Vehicle First Aid Box ) or a field surgeon's pack.
Tourniquet A tourniquet.
Traffic Control Armband This is a traffic control armband which was worn by any personal of any branch of service or para-military formations including the NSKK. Who was appointed to control and direct civilian and military traffic.
Trench Candle This is a trench candle, commonly called the Hindenburg candle. It was first used during WW1, made in the field from melted down candles and used to light bunkers.
Trench Candle This is a trench candle, more commonly known as the Hindenburg Candle. It was first used during WW1 and was made of a melted down candle. It was used to light bunkers.
Tropical Boots An extremely nice pair of un-issued tropical boots which are dated May 1968. The boots are a size 9 narrow and the Panama anti-mud traction sole.
Tropical Issue Anti-Gas Cape Bag This is a tropical issue anti-gas cap bag. The bag is in good condition with slight staining. The press studs are in working order.
Tropical Issue Water Bottle This is a tropical issue water bottle which was original designed for use in Africa and the mediterranean. The tropical water bottle was issued in limited numbers in all theatres after May 1943. The tropical water bottle has a aluminium body, covered in plastic wood and webbing harness. The drinking cup is black bakelite, however normal standard M31 aluminium cups where still used. This example is dated 1943, maker marked "H.R.E" ( C.W.Motz & Co, Metallwarenfabrik ). It is also "D.R.G.M" stamped. The webbing strap has torn away from the black plastic cup. The clip fastener is maker marked " Patent Ritter". However the cap still retains it's rubber seal.
Tropical Shorts A good example of tropical issue shorts which are dated 1942. The shorts are size marked and have the letter "E" for Erfurt which was the town which they where produced. The shorts are also marked the the manufacturer's name "Schneider".
Tropical Sleeping Bag A extremely rare item indeed. A tropical issue sleeping bag as used by the D.A.K. ( Deutsches Afrika Korps ). The bag is in extremely good condition. On one side of the zip the word \" ZIPP\" with a lightening bolt is stamped. On the other side \"DRP\" (Deutsches Reich Patent) is stamped.
Tropical Water Bottle This is a tropical issue water bottle with a plastic impregnated wood cover and webbing straps. The bottle is \'DRGM\" and maker marked \"hre\" ( C.W. Motz & Co,Metalwarenfabrik ) and dated 1943. The black bakelite cup is maker marked \"gfc\" ( Julius Posselt ) and also dated 1943.
Tunic Collar Liner This is a collar liner ( Halsbinde ) which was worn nearly all Wehrmacht combat tunics and Luftwaffe flight blouses. The liner does seem to have some slight blood stains on the inside, however is no blood stains on the outside, indicating that the blood stains are probably from shaving and has the original owners name tag "TUTLE".
Turkistan Foreign Volunteer Shield 2nd Pattern This is a good example of the second pattern angular Turkistan bevo shield with red and blue horizontal stripes bordered in black with a black field on top. The centre of the shield has a white bow and arrow with a blue inscription "Turkistan" on the top. The shield has been cut directly off the tunic sleeve and still retains part of the field-grey material. The Turkistan Legion was formed in the spring of 1942 as part of the German 162nd Infantry Division, which was also known as the Turkoman Division. It saw extensive action in Yugoslavia and Italy.
Turkistan Sleeve Insignia 1st Pattern This is a very good example of uncut bevo sleeve insignia which was worn by members of the Turkistan Legion, which was formed in the spring of 1942 as part of the German 162nd Infantry Division also known as the "Turkoman Division". It saw extensive action in Yugoslavia and Italy. This example is of the 1st pattern insignia, there where three patterns. The sleeve shield depicts a mosque with a centre couploa in white and blue with two side spirals and a large gate. At the bottom it has the inscription "TURKISTAN" and the inscription above the mosque "BIZ ALLA BILEN" is Turkish for "We Believe in God". 1st pattern insignia was the most common worn by members of the Turkoman Division.
Turkistan Sleeve Insignia 1st Pattern This is a very good example of a uncut bevo sleeve insignia which was worn by members of the Turkistan Legion. The unit was formed in the spring of 1942 as part of the German 162nd Infantry Division and was also known as the "Turkoman Divsion" It saw extensive action in Yugoslavia and Italy. This example is the 1st pattern shield with a further two patterns being introduced later in the war. This pattern shield depicts a mosque with a centre couploa in white and blue with two side spirals and a large gate. At the bottom it has the inscription "TURKISTAN" and the inscription above the mosque "BIZ ALLA BILEN" is Turkish for "We Believe in God".
Turkistan Sleeve Insignia 2nd Pattern This is a good example of the 2nd pattern bevo arm shield worn by members of the Turkistan Legion, which was formed in the spring of 1942. The unit was part of the 162nd Infantry Division which saw extensive action in Yugoslavia and Italy. The shield has a red and blue horizontal stripes bordered in black with a black field on top. The centre of the shield has a white bow and arrow with a blue inscription "Turkistan". The Turkistan Legion was also known as the "Turkoman Division".
Twin Medal Grouping This is a twin medal grouping belonging to PTE H.Huckle. Whom has been awarded the 1939 to 1945 Defence medal and the Order of St.John in 1954 for service with St.John\'s Ambulance.
U.S Army March Compass This is a post Vietnam War produced compass, but is very similar to the pattern used during the war by U.S. troops. Ideal for display or living-history purposes.
U.S M1910 Haversack This is a used M1910 haversack which appears to have been re-issued in 1942. The eyetab on the top front of the haversack is for the entrenching tool.
U.S M43 Field Jacket Hood This is a un-issued M43 field jacket hood, which still retains it's instruction and data labels. This examle is size stamped "Small" was produced by "H.P.SHAPIRO" and dated 6th March 1943.
U.S Marine Corps ERDL Jacket This U.S. Marine Corps ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage jacket. The ERDL uniform which was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. This example has had a small number of field repairs. Unfortunately the size and makers label has been removed. The jacket is approximately a size 42" chest.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Trousers This is the third pattern rip-stop tropical trousers, which are size stamped waist 30\" and Leg 28\". The trousers retain the contract label with manufacture date 1967.
U.S. Army Enlisted Man\'s Visor Cap Badge This is a army enlisted man's visor cap badge.
U.S. Artillery Corporal Technician Class A Dress Tunic. A mint example of a Coporal Technician of Artillery belonging Seventh Army ( left patch ) 79th Infantry Division ( Right Patch ). The tunics size is stamped 39S. There is no date and manufacturer's label inside the tunic.
U.S. M1917 WW1 Helmet. This is a very good example of a U.S. issue WW1 Brodie helmet. The helmet is in good condition with a ruff textured finish with the initials \" V.A.\", scratched on the front. The liner and chinstrap are in excellant condition.
U.S. M65 Utility Pouch This is an M65 utility pouch for use with signals equipment which is dated March 1953.
U.S. WAAC Tropical Garrsion Cap This is a tropical/summer issue garrison cap belonging to the Women\'s Auxiliary Army Corps, which was introduced in 1944. The WAAC garrison cap has it\'s own distinctive shape and the gold and moss green branch of servicing piping for the Women\'s Army Corps. This example is a size 23.
U.S. & German Union of Fascists Cased Badge This is an very rare enamelled badge to commemorate the friendship of U.S. and German fascists. The badge is part of a series of badges produced in the 1930's. This example was produced by "Deschler & Sohn". The case is in good condition with a white silk and black felt inlay.
U.S. .30 Cal Ammunition Tin This is an ammunition tin for the. 30 ammunition originally designed for use with the 30 calibre machine gun. This example differs from the WW2 made examples by having a release catch designed to fight in fighting vehicles. The ammunition box has be re-purposed for use with M73 Green signal cartridges. The ammunition is is maker marked "United" stamped with the ordnance proof mark and dated 1973.
U.S. 11th Airborne Divisional Patch This is a two piece divisional patch of the 11th Airborne Divsion, which was first activated on 25th February 1943. The Division first saw action during the allied invasion of Sicily. During the first half of 1944 it was held in reserver in the United States. Then transferred to the Pacific Theatre of Operations and went into action at Leyte in the Philippines, but in traditional infantry role. In January 1945 the division took part in the invasion of Luzon, again employed in traditional infantry role. On 30th August 1945 the division was sent to Japan as part of the occupation Force. The division was deactivated in 1965.
U.S. 11th Airborne Divisional Patch This is the one piece divisional patch of the 11th Airborne Division which was first activated on 25th February 1943. The division first saw action during the allied invasion of Sicily. During the first half of 1944 the division was held in reserve in the United states, then transferred to the Pacific Theatre of Operations and went into action at Leyte in the Philippines, but in a traditional Infantry role. In January 1945 the division took part in the invasion of Luzon again employed in a traditional infantry role. On 30 August 1945 the division was sent to Japan as part of the occupation force. The division was deactivated in 1965.
U.S. 11th Airborne Divisional Patch This is a one piece divisional patch of the 11th Airborne Division which was first activated on 25th February 1943. The division first saw action during the Allied invasion of Sicily. It was then held in reserve in the United states for the first half of 1944, then transferred to the Pacific Theatre of Operations and went into action at Leyte in the Philippines, but in a traditional infantry role. In January 1945 the division took part in the invasion of Luzon again employed in a traditional infantry role. On 30th August 1945 the division as sent to Japan as part of the occupation force. The division as deactivated in 1965.
U.S. 15th Airforce Badge This is the badge worn by members of the U.S. 15th Airforce, which was formed in 1944 and saw action in the European Theatre of Operations.
U.S. 17th Airborne Division This is the divisional badge worn by the 17th Airborne Division, which saw action during the Battle of the Bugle and Operation Varsity.
U.S. 1st Pattern ETO Field Jacket The 1st and 2nd pattern ETO field jackets where made in the United Kingdom for the U.S. Army. ETO ( European Theatre of Operations ) field jackets where made from British battledress material. This example has been tailored by removing the cuff and waist tabs. It still retains it\'s contract label, which gives the size 40L, the manufactures name \"Swallow Raincoats`\". Ltd\" and the year of manufacture 1943. It also retains the name of the original owner, \"JOSE M. GARZA\".
U.S. 2-Quart Collapsible Water Bottle This is a 2-quart collapsible water bottle with its nylon cover. The collapsible water bottle where first evaluated by the 4th Infantry Division in 1967 and was standardised in October 1968, becoming ready available to all units in 1969. This example is dated 1968 maker marked " Hedwin" and is in excellent condition with a mint nylon pouch which has a 1973 dated strap with a pattern date of August 1952.
U.S. 2nd Pattern HBT Suit This is a 2nd pattern HBT suit, which has the gas flap, a single breast pocket and two large patch pockets on the on the front of the hips and a single large patch pocket on the rear. The two front hip patch pockets have had the flaps removed to allow easier access, especially when seated. The one piece HBT suit was issued to motor mechanics of all branches and as a combat uniform to armoured troops. This example still retains its belt and is size marked 38 regular.
U.S. 2nd Pattern M1956 Dual Purpose Pouch & Field Dressing This is a M1956, 2nd pattern dual purpose pouch which does not have the drainage grommet on it\'s base. The pouch can be used to carry either the compass or field dressing. This example is dated May 1959 and comes with a unissued field dressing produced by A.E.Halperin Inc, Boston Mass.
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Cap This is a good example of the 2nd pattern utility cap produced by \"Bancroft\", who produced visor caps during WW2. The retains the original owner\'s name \"John Devins\"
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Cap This is a 2nd pattern utility cap, which retains the original owners name under the visor \"W.O.COOPER\". The cap is size marked 6.7/8.
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Cap This is a good example of a 2nd pattern utility cap, which is a size 7.
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Cap A good example of a 2nd pattern utility cap, which retains its makers and cleaning instruction labels. The cap was produced by "ACE MFG INC" and size stamped 7.
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Shirt This is a excellent example of the 2nd pattern utiltiy uniform shirt, which still retains it's original insignia. The sleeve insignia is the type worn by members of the Military Assistance Command Vietnam. The front of the shirt has the original owners name badge "Coe" and the "U.S. Army " badge. The shirt was produced by "Guy.H.James Inc" and dated 1968.
U.S. 2nd Pattern Utility Shirt This is part of a uniform collection belonging to a Lieutenant-Colonel Reid all which is all in mint condition and being sold separately. The shirt is a 2nd pattern utility shirt which has the airforce Lieutenant-colonel rank insignia. The shirt has the name and Airforce badges. Above the airforce badge is his pilot's wings. On the right patch pocket is a Tactical Air Command badge. The shirt was produced by "U & W Industries" and dated 1970. To view the rest of Lieutenant-Colonel's Reid's uniform collection see item numbers 59237 to 59239.
U.S. 3.5 Inch Inert Rocket This is actually a British made 3.5 inch inert rocket for use with the M20A1 Rocket luncher. The British designated the rocket as the M29 MKII. The rocket body is dated October 1957 with the dummy warhead dated June 1963. This example still retains the safety band, which is normally missing. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. 30.cal Cleaning Rod & Pouch This is a three piece cleaning rod for the U.S. 30.cal machine gun.
U.S. 30cal Ammunition Box This is a ammunition box for the 30 calibre machine gun. This example has been repainted, however traces of the original green paint are still visible under the repaint. The flaming bomb ordnance proof mark with the U.S. stamp on either side is clearly visible. This example is also maker marked "Reeves'.
U.S. 30cal Ammunition Box A ammunition box which can hold 250 rounds of 30.06 belted ammunition for the 30cal machine gun. This example is stamped \"U.S.\", has the ordnance proof mark of the flaming bomb and maker marked \"REEVES\".
U.S. 30cal Ammunition Box This is a 30cal ammunition box which would have contained 250 rounds of belted 30.06 ammunition. This example retains over 80% of its original green paint and is maker marked Canco.
U.S. 30cal Ammunition Box This is a ammunition box for the 30cal machine gun, and would hold 250 rounds of belted 30.06 ammunition. The box retains all of it\'s original olive drab paint, is stamped \"U.S.\" and marked with the ordnance acceptance stamp of the flaming bomb. This example is also maker marked \"REEVES\".
U.S. 30cal M9 Spare Barrel Cover This is a Vietnam War era M9 spare barrel cover for the 30cal machine gun.
U.S. 3rd Airforce Badge This is the badge worn by members of the U.S. 3rd airforce, which remained within the United States.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a good example of a 3rd pattern tropical jacket, which has had the sleeves tailored short. The jacket is dated 1969 and is size marked small chest 33\" to 37\".
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This 3rd pattern triopical jacket is dated 1969 and is size marked medium ( 37"- 41" chest ). The jacket still has the parachutists qualifaction badge and is in excellant condition.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a good example of a 3rd pattern tropical jacket, which is dated 1969 and is size marked small, chest 33\" to 37\". The jackets breast shows the outline of the name and army name tags.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a good example 3rd pattern tropical jacket retaining its original insignia consisting the rank bar, 1st Lieutenant, branch of service collar badge ( crossed rifles ) for Infantry, name tag, U.S. Army patch, paratrooper qualification wings and the divisional patch belonging to the 1st Airmobile Cavalry Division. Which was served in Vietnam from 1965 to 1972. The jacket also retains its size and contract labels which is dated 1970.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical jacket with tailored collar. The jacket retains it's contract label which dates the jacket to 1970. The outline of the insignia which was originally attached to the uniform is still clearly visible including the name-tag.
U.S. 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is a 3rd pattern tropical jacket, which is dated 1970 and is a small size 35" - 39" chest. The jacket has had most of it's insignia removed apart from the "U.S.ARMY" badge. However you can see the outline of the unit patches.
U.S. 50 Calibre Machine Gun Cover This is a un-issued 50 Calibre machine gun cover, still sealed in it's grease proof paper. This example can also cover also cover the 50 calibre machine gun when loaded with a 100 round ammunition box. It is dated 1970. We have used an opened example to show the condition and markings of the gun cover. The example you will receive will still be sealed and was produced by the American Tent Company.
U.S. 50 Calibre Machine Gun Cover This is a un-issued 50 Calibre machine gun cover, which still has it\'s grease proof paper but has been opened to check the condition and markings. This example can cover the 50 calibre machine gun when loaded with a 100 round ammunition box. It is dated 1970 and was produced by the American Tent Company.
U.S. 50 Calibre Machine Gun Cover This is a un-issued 50 Calibre machine gun cover, still sealed in it's grease proof paper. This example can also cover the 50 Calibre machine gun when loaded with a 100 round ammunition box. It is dated 1970. We have used an opened example to show the condition and markings of the gun cover. The example you will receive will still be sealed and was produced by the American Tent Company.
U.S. 5th Airforce Badge This is the badge worn by members of the 5th Airforce, form 1943 to 1945 when it was replaced by the Far East Airforces badge.
U.S. 75th Infantry Division Badge This is the divisional sleeve badge belonging to the 75th Infantry Division which saw action in France, Germany and Austria.
U.S. A-9 Summer Flying Helmet This is a mint example of a A-9 summer flying helmet dated 1942 worn by the United States Army Airforce during WW2.
U.S. A10 Winter Flying Trousers A fleece lined A-10 winter flying trousers in excellent condition retaining its contract label which gives the makers name as "H.Bernstein & Co" This example is size stamped 40.
U.S. Advisor Beo-Gam Camouflage Uniform This is a excellent example of a two piece uniform in the \"Beo-Gam\" camouflage pattern, which is better known as the \"Duck Hunters\" pattern. The \"Duck Hunters\" camouflage uniform was worn by U.S. members of the Military Assistance Advisory Group ( MAAG) , who where serving in Vietnam between 1962 to 1964. The uniform was produced by Ideal Products Inc, Sykesville, Pennsylvania, who where founded in 1910 and is still trading today in sports and hunter wear.
U.S. Air Force Survival Knife This is a Ontariao September 1987 dated survival knife which was first introduced during WW2 and has become standard issue and still in use with the U.S. Air force. This example is in good condition and still retains its sharpening stone within its leather scabbard. The retaining strap has a damage press-stud. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Airborne Short M1910 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1910 entrenching tool which has been shortened, which would have been modified by the paratroopers themselves. However i believe it was shortened after 1945 and has definitely been repainted. The E-tool is stamped "U.S." The actual shovel part of the E-tool has started to split from the stem. The carrier is in very good condition.
U.S. Aircraft Recognition Panel This is a mint unissued example of aircraft recognition panel produce by the Signal Corps and dated 1973. The panel has two colours purple and orange and still has attached its cam-cord.
U.S. Airforce Military Airlift Command This is the badge worn by members of the U.S. Airforce military airlift command.
U.S. Airforce 3rd Pattern Tropical Jacket This is part of Lieutenant-Colonel Reid's uniform collection, which he wore when he held the rank of Major and was serving in Vietnam. The jacket differs slightly form the 3rd Pattern Army examples by having additional sleeve pocket to accommodate pens and pencils. The jacket retains all of it's original insignia, rank, name, Airforce and Pilot's wings. The jacket sleeves have been tailored short, which was common practice amongst all ranks and services serving in the Vietnam. The jacket is in excellent condition and dated 1968. To view the rest of Lieutenant-Colonel Reid's uniform collection, look at item numbers 59236 to 59239.
U.S. Airforce A-11-A Intermediate Flying Trousers A mint example of intermediate flying trousers which are fleece and alpaca lined. The front of the trousers have the Army Airforce emblem and retain its specification label which date the trousers 1945.
U.S. Airforce Operational Navigation Chart This is a U.S. Airforce operational navigation chart of Hainan Island and the surrounding cost-line of North Vietnam. The Chart is dated January 1963.
U.S. Airforces Europe Badge This is the badge which was on by the U.S. Airforce in Europe.
U.S. AL-140 Signal Panel This is a double sided signal panel white and red which measures 10ft by 2ft 6 inches. Several assembled panels can be were used to spell out symbols for aerial liaison. The panels could be staked to the ground or attached to vehicles.
U.S. ALICE Corpmans Medical Pouch This is a quite rare U.S. ALICE ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ) Corpman\'s medical pouch. The pouch would have carried various medical equipment from field dressings, instruments and medicines. This example is dated 1978 and was produced by The Eastern Canvas Company.
U.S. ALICE Field Dressing/Compass Pouch U.S. ALICE field dressing /compass pouch ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ). The pouch is dated 1984 and was produced by \"Industries For The Blind\"
U.S. ALICE Field Dressing/Compass Pouch This is a ALICE field dressing/compass pouch ( All-Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment ). This example is dated 1985 and was produced by \"Industries For The Blind\"
U.S. ALICE M16 Magazine Pouches A pair of ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ) M16 pouches. The ALICE webbing was adopted by the U.S. Army on 17th January 1973, which replaced the M-1956 and M-1967 webbing. The pouches can each hold two 30 round M16 Magazines. The two side loops on each pouch are for grenades.
U.S. ALICE Suspenders The ALICE webbing ( ALL-Purpose Individual Carrying Equipment ) was adopted by the U.S. Military on 17th January 1973 and started to replace the M1956 and M1967 webbing in 1974, the last year of the Vietnam War. This ALICE suspenders are in mint condition and dated 2007.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ) webbing belt. Which was adopted by the U.S. army on 17 January 1973 and replaced the M-1956 and M-1967 webbing equipment. This example is actually dated 1977 and is a size medium. The buckle has been replaced with the M-1956 type.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE webbing belt with a quick release buckle. The ALICE webbing ( All-Purpose Individual Carrying Equipment ) was adopted by the U.S. military on 17th January 1973, and started to actually replace M1956 and M1967 webbing in the last year of the Vietnam War.
U.S. ALICE Webbing Belt This is a ALICE ( All-purpose lightweight individual carrying equipment ), webbing belt which was adopted by the U.S. army in 1973 replacing the M-1956 and the M-1967. This example is dated 1985 and is a size large.
U.S. AR15 Manual This is an original manual produced by Colt for the AR15 assault rifle. This example is in excellent condition.
U.S. Arctic Overshoes This is the second pattern arctic issue overshoes with a rubber enclosed sole and a water resistant canvas top. The arctic overshoes where continued to be issued as a substitute to the to the a new arctic issue Shoe Pac to the end of the war. This example retains the maker\'s contract label \"United States Rubber Products Inc\", size stamped 7W ( Wide Foot ) and dated November 1940.
U.S. Armoured Signal Flag Pouch This is the signal flag pouch which carried 3 colour signal flags for optical communications within tank units. The flags where waved by the tank commander from his cupola.
U.S. Army & Marines Marksman Badge This is a marksman badge worn by U.S. army and Marines. The badge has a pistol qualification bar. This example is in excellent condition the reserve of the award the "G-23, 1/20.SF". The same marking is also on the reverse of the pistol qualification bar.
U.S. Army & Navy Hymnal Book This is a U.S. Army & Navy hymnal book, which contains prayers and hymns for both branches of the U.S. Military. The front of the book has a prayer for the Army and the back has a prayer for the Navy. The book is dated 1942. The book would have been issued to Military Chaplains. This example is unique as it has a section for Protestants, Catholics and the Jewish faith.
U.S. Army & Navy Song & Prayer Book This is a 1941 U.S. Army & Navy song and prayer book, which would have been issued to Military chaplains. The book also has a section on how to conduct a Military Funeral. This example is dated 1941.
U.S. Army Air Force B-15 Flight Jacket This is a good example of a B-15 flight jacket which was introduced in 1944 and retains the army air force insignia on the left sleeve. The B-15 was the first flight jacket to incorporate the pen/pencil pocket on the sleeve which became the standard feature on all later pattern flight jackets. The Talon made is zipper is in good working order and the the jacket is approximately a size 42 regular.
U.S. Army Air Force B-8 M1944 Goggles A very nice example of a U.S. army air force issue B-8 M1944 goggles still in their original cardboard box with the army air force cotton wallet containing different colour lenses.
U.S. Army Air Force M1917 Tunic This is a M1917 tunic which has the branch insignia of the army air force. The tunic also has the unit badge of the 71st Aero Squadron, which was formed in February 1918 as instruction flying squadron, re-designated in July 1918 to Squadron A and based at Love Field Texas. The Squadron was demobilised in November 1918. The tunic retains contract label which gives the name of the manufacturer as \"HENRY SONNEBORN & CO. INC\" and the date of production 12th April 1917. The tunic has suffered with some very minor moth nips.
U.S. Army Airforce A-9 Flyiing Helmet This is a tropical issue A-9 flying helmet for the U.S. Army Airforce. The leather ear parts have dried and have started to come apart, however the the rest of the flying helmet is in good condition and would make a good restoration project. The helmet retains it's size label "Medium" and it's contract label.
U.S. Army Airforce Class A Service Tunic This is a extremely nice example of a army airforce class A service tunic, retaining all of its insignia. The lower right sleeve patch is for Air Engineering. The also has a 3 year service stripe. The tunic also retains its contract label, which gives the makers name "D.R.Clothing Co.Inc", pattern date 7th February 1940, with a production date of 1st April 1941. The tunic is size stamped 38. It also has the rank of sergeant. The eagle badge on the above the right breast pocket indicates that the soldier has been honourably discharged from Military service.
U.S. Army Airforce ETO Field Jacket 1st Pattern This is a 1st pattern European Theatre of Operations ( ETO ) field jacket which was manufactured in Great Britain from May 1943 to July 1943, when the 2nd pattern started to replace it. The 2nd pattern also inspired the design of the M-1944 wool field jacket better known as the "IKE Jacket". The ETO field jacket was designed to be worn as a winter jacket instead of the M41 field jacket. The ETO field jacket was developed by the ETO Commanding General BG Robert Littlejohn. The jacket has two slanted pockets, gas flap. The material waist tab and buckle copied from the British Battledress blouse. The first batches of the ETO field jacket were issued to the 29th Infantry Division for field trials. This example is in excellant condition, without any moth damage and retains it's unit sleeve patch "8th Airforce" and was manufactured by "L.Harris L.T.D"
U.S. Army Airforce M3 Flak Helmet This is a U.S. Army Airforce M3 flak helmet, which is basically a modified M1, with ear cut-outs and the attachment of the ear flaps, which are have felt padding. This example is missing part of the it\'s chinstrap, otherwise it is in very good condition retaining nearly all of it\'s paint and all of it\'s tan straps. The M3 flak helmet was designed and manufactured by the McCord Radiator & Manufacturing Company, Detroit.
U.S. Army Blanket This is a 1960's era U.S. army woollen blanket.
U.S. Army Class A Service Tunic This is a 1940 pattern service tunic, which is excellent condition retaining all of its gold guilt buttons and contract label which gives the makers name "Goodall Company", size 39 regular and the pattern date 7th February 1940, with a production date of 5th March 1942. The tunic also is stamped with the original owners personal service number.
U.S. Army Class A Service Tunic This is a very nice army class A service tunic with the insignia of the 8th Army and Western Pacific Command. The tunic is missing its collar disc insignia. However it does retain its quartermaster Depot inspection label. The Western pacific command was established on 7th June 1944, with its headquarters at Manila, Philippine Islands with the mission of providing a unified command, administration, training and support for U.S. forces. The 8th army was activated on 10th June 1944 and took part in a number of amphibious landings in the southwest pacific theatre, with its final operation of pacific war to clear the Southern Philippines of the Japanese Army. The 8th Army also took part in the occupation of Japan with its Headquarters in Yokohama. The tunic is size marked 39 extra large and has three overseas bars indicating 18 months overseas service.
U.S. Army Class A Service Tunic This class A service tunic retaining most of its original insignia except for the metal collar discs. The right sleeve patch is of the Army Service force and the left patch is of the Panama Canal Department which was formed to guard the Panama canal from 1917 to 1947. The rank badges is of a Staff Sergeant, who has six overseas bars, each bar indicates 6 months service totally 3 years. He has also been awarded the 3 year service stripe. The left lower sleeve also has the Meritorious service unit badge which was introduce in August 1944 for efficiency of army service units. The tunic also retains its contract label, which gives the maker name "Jules Seagal" pattern date 7th February 1940 with a production date 3rd October 1941 and the size 38 large. The eagle badge above the right breast pocket indicates that the Staff Sergeant has been honourably discharged from military service.
U.S. Army Enlisted Mans Visor Cap This is a enlisted mans visor cap worn with the Class A service dress. This example is in fair condition with three minor moth nips to the top of the cap and the leather sweatband has started to come away. The cap is size stamped 7-1/8" and dated 16th March 1948.
U.S. Army Enlisted Man\'s Visor Cap This is a 1960\'s era U.S. Army enlisted man\'s visor cap, which has a russet leather chinstrap, which is held in place by two small gold gilt buttons with the United States coat of arms embossed. The cap is quite a large size approximately a size 7.1/4\".
U.S. Army Handkerchief This is a U.S. Army handkerchief.
U.S. Army Handkerchief This is a U.S. Army issue handkerchief.
U.S. Army Handkerchief This is U.S. Army issue handkerchief.
U.S. Army Handkerchief This is a U.S. Army issue handkerchief.
U.S. Army HBT 1942 Pattern Shirt This is a good example of HBT 1942 pattern shirt with the special anti-gas features. The shirt is size marked 36 regular.
U.S. Army High Neck Sweater The high neck sweater was designed as part of the M1943 uniform. This example is actually post-war dated 1948. However it is identical to the war-time examples. The sweater retains it\'s contract label which gives the name of the manufacturer as \"Rudolph Knitting Mills Inc\" and dated 29th December 1945. The front of the sweater does have a small hole, otherwise it is in good condition. The sweater is a small size.
U.S. Army High Neck Sweater The high neck sweater was designed as part of the M1943 uniform. This example is in mint unissued condition. However it is post-war made and the date of manufacture is 1st December 1950. The contract label gives the name of the maker as \"Max Lowenthal & Son\". It is size marked \"Small\", however it is still quite large and will fit someone of a medium build. The sweater is identical to the wartime produced versions, the only difference is the date of manufacture. Original wartime and 1950\'s dated army issue highneck sweaters are extremely rare as they where extremely popular items. They tended to be kept by the original owners and would wear them in civilian life once they had left the service.
U.S. Army Issue Sun Glasses This is a unissued Vietnam era U.S. Army sunglasses still in their original issue packet. The glasses have green lenses. We have a limited number of these issue sun glasses .
U.S. Army Khaki Shirt This is a early 1st pattern U.S. Army khaki shirt with the rank of Staff Sergeant and the collar insignia of the Transport Corps. The shirt also has the insignia of the Aviation Centre & Fort Rucker, which has the motto "Above the Best" and comes with a Transport Corps blue lanyard. The shirt is a large size approximately a 44" chest.
U.S. Army Lantern This is a rare unissued boxed U.S. Army lantern produced by Delta Electric Company, Marion, Indiana. This type of lantern with top and side lights, where supplied by the allies to the French Resistance for use on secret landing sites allowing allied pilots to land and supply the resistance or drop off SOE/OSS agents. We only have two in stock both are dated March 1943 and stamped "U.S.". The civilian issue examples, which are quite common are not painted green or stamped "U.S.".
U.S. Army Lantern This is a rare unissued boxed U.S. Army lantern produced by the Delta Electric Company, Marion, Indiana. This type of lanterns with a top and side lights, where supplied to the French resistance for use on secret landing sites allowing allied pilots to land and supply the resistance or to drop off SOE/OSS agents. We only have two in stock both are dated March 1943 and stamped "U.S". The civilian issue examples, which are quite common are not painted green or stamped "U.S.".
U.S. Army Late-War Garrison Cap This is a late-war army universal garrison cap, which no longer has the branch of service piping. This example is dated 1944 and size marked 7. It is a unissued item, however it has suffered with three minor moth nips.
U.S. Army Late-War Garrison Cap This is a unissued late-war universal garrison cap without any branch of service piping. This example is date 1944 and size stamped 7.
U.S. Army Late-War Garrison Cap This is a unissued late-war enlisted man's universal garrison cap which no longer has the branch of service piping. The cap is size stamped 7 and dated 1944.
U.S. Army M1934 Medical Department Blanket This is a army M1934 blanket, which is in unissued condition. The blanket retains it\'s contract label which gives the name of the maker as \"PEERLESS TEXTILES\", This example has the symbol of the Army Medical Department and is actually post-war issue dated 30th January 1953. However it is identical to wartime issue examples.
U.S. Army M1941 2nd Pattern Field Jacket This is army M1941 2nd Pattern field jacket, which has suffered with fraying to the collar, however the cuffs are in excellent condition, which tend to suffer with fraying. The zipper is broken, howeverr when buttoned up does not show. The jacket is unit marked "295th" which identifies the jacket belonging to the 295th Infantry Regiment which was part of the 92nd Infantry Brigade, which was served the the American theatre of operations, Panama Canal Zone from 1940 to 1946. The jacket still retains it's size label 34 regular.
U.S. Army M1949 Wrist Compass This is the M1949 wrist compass, which still has it's protective plastic cover and it's original webbing strap. The compass was produced by "SUPERIOR MAGNETO CORP" and it is dated June 1952.
U.S. Army Machinaw Coat This Mackinaw coat, which is also known as the Jeep coat, was first adopted by the U.S. army during World War 1. This example is the last pattern without a blanket lined collar and was introduced on 19th April 1943. However some later examples of the third pattern did not have belt loops, The contract label is missing and their is a hole in the lower right side of the skirt, but only goes through the first layer of material and is not visible externally. The coat is approximately a size 42 regular.
U.S. Army Mackinaw Coat This is a U.S. Army Mackinaw coat, which is also known as the jeep jacket. The Mackinaw was first adopted into the U.S. army during WW1. This example is in good condition except for the belt, which has frayed on it's edges through use and a tare to the left shoulder. The jacket was produced by "J. Rissman & Son", size marked 36 regular and dated 24th December 1941 with a 1939 pattern date.
U.S. Army Mackinaw Coat This example is the last pattern of the Mackinaw coat, which was introduced on 19th April 1943 and differs from the early patterns, but not having a waist belt for blanket lined collar. The coat is in good condition and 38.
U.S. Army Medical Corps Issue Fork This is a spoon issued to the U.S. Army medical Corps. The spoon is maker marked \"National Stainless\".
U.S. Army MG34 Manual This is a photocopy of a WW2 manual on the German MG34 machine gun published by the U.S. army in 1943. The U.S. produced manuals are extremely rare and hard to find.
U.S. Army Of Occupation Medal This is the U.S. Army of Occupation medal for Japan.
U.S. Army Officer Summer Visor Cap This is a good example of a Army officers summer visor cap which is approximately a size 7.1/4. The eagle and buttons retain all of their gold guilt finis. The leather peak and chinstraps are also in very good condition. The leather sweatband is maker marked \"E-Z Cushion\".
U.S. Army Officers Neck Tie U.S. army officers neck tie.
U.S. Army Officers Shirt A nice example of a U.S. army officers shirt, which differs from the other ranks, by having epaulettes a lined inner edge. This example has the size label \"14-33\" and retains it\'s officers regulation label.
U.S. Army Officers Tropical Crusher Cap This is a army officers tropical/summer crusher cap, which has extremely nice shape. The cap does have a number of stains probably caused by a tropical climate. The cap is size marked 7.
U.S. Army Officers Visor Cap Badge A U.S. army officers gold guilted visor cap badge.
U.S. Army Poncho A good example of a Vietnam era poncho. The poncho still retains it\'s instruction stamp and has a very faint maker\'s stamp.
U.S. Army Spoon This is a U.S. army issue spoon.
U.S. Army Whistle This is a U.S. army issue whistle which is dated 1978 and is identical to the pattern used during WW2, Korea and the Vietnam War. This example is maker marked \"J.G.B.\" and retains it\'s cord.
U.S. Army Whistle This is a 1971 dated whistle which is in working condition. This example is maker marked G.P.I. The whistle would have been used by senior NCO's officers and Military Police.
U.S. Army Whistle & Chain This is a late-war produced U.S. army regulation whistle and chain. The green plastic whistle was produced from 1944. This example is in good working order and is marked \"U.S.Army\".
U.S. B2 Life Vest This is a B2 life vest which would have been issued to aircrew and paratroopers. This example has intact straps, but does have a split on the left lower breast. One of the CO2 bottles is missing it\'s cap.
U.S. B2 Life Vest This is a excellent example of a B2 life vest which was worn by aircrews and paratroopers. This example is manufactured in 1943 and has a inspection date, 1st June 1945. It has no rips or holes and retains both of it\'s CO2 air bottles. The life vest was produced by the Goodyear Rubber Corporation.
U.S. BC-611 Transmitter & Receiver & Testing Equipment This is a good example of a BC-611 transmitter and receiver complete with all of its testing equipment consisting of the Testing set, test stand, testing case, spare crystal value box with spare values and manuals. The complete set is extremely rare. The spare value box is dated 1944, the manual 1943 and the testing set, case and stand 1952.
U.S. Beanie Cap This is a wool Beanie cap which became standardised in February 1942 for wear in cold weather under the M1 helmet. The cap is in good condition retaining its contract label which gives the size as medium.
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazines We have a small number of parkerised finish magazines for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazines We have a small number of blued finish magazines for the U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle.
U.S. Browning Automatic Rifle Magazines We have a small number of parkerised finish magazines for the Browning Automatic Rifle.
U.S. Camouflage Netting This is a piece of period camouflage netting measuring 8ft,10" ( 259cm ). It was quite often cut-up to make helmet camouflage nets by the soldiers themselves.
U.S. Campaign Hat This is an officers example of the campaign hat, as indicated by the gold and leather hat bands around the crown. The cap cord is buff in colour indicating Quartermaster Corps. The chinstrap and leather headband are missing. However the paper size label 6.7/8, the makers and stock paper labels are still attached. The makers label reads " The United States Hatters of North America".
U.S. Car-15/XM177 Magazine This is a 30 Round magazine for the Car 15/XM177 submachine gun. The magazine is Colt made.
U.S. Coca Cola Can Opener This is a Coca Cola period can opener.
U.S. Cold Weather Field Jacket This is a nice example of the cold weather field, which is very similar to the M1941 field jacket, but longer with tightening tabs at the wrists and waist. The jacket is also made from a heavier cotton twill, which offers wind and water protection. It is also lined with a blanket-like material. The cold weather jacket was replaced in 1944 by the M1943 field jacket. This example is size marked 36R ( Regular ).
U.S. Cold Weather Liner Trousers These cold weather trousers was part of the cold weather uniform worn under the M65 combat uniform. The trousers are quilted, size marked "Medium" ( waist 31"-35" ) and dated 1972.
U.S. Combat Boots A set of black leather combat boots which are size stamped 10 regular and dated February 1966. The stitching is still strong, the leather soft and supple. The rubber soles tread has wear and maker marked "B.F.Goodrich:
U.S. Cook Field Set This is a unissued U.S. Army cook field set, still wrapped in its original packaging. The cook set is dated 1962 and maker marked \"Leyse\". The opened cook set is not the one you will receive. But to just to show what it looks like when unwrapped.
U.S. Cook Field Set This is a U.S. Army field cook set, which is maker marked \"Leyse\" and dated 1962.
U.S. Cook Field Set This is a unissued U.S. Army cook field set, still wrapped in its original packaging. The cook set is dated 1962 and maker marked \"Leyse\". The opened cook set is not the one you will receive. But to show what an unwrapped example looks like.
U.S. Cook Field Set This is a unissued U.S. Army cook field set, still wrapped in its original packaging. The cook set is dated 1962 and maker marked \"Leyse\". The illustration of the opened cook set is to show what it looks like when unwrapped.
U.S. Cook Field Set This is a unissued U.S. Army cook field set, still wrapped in its original packaging. The cook set is dated 1962 and maker marked \"Leyse\" The illustration of the opened cook set is to show what the wrapped example looks like unwrapped.
U.S. Corps of Signals Sleeve Badge This is the sleeve badge worn my members of the Corps of Signals.
U.S. Deactivated M1 Carbine The M1 Carbine was developed as light weapon for personnel, whose main task was not close range combat. Such as vehicle drivers, signalmen, Mortar and MG crews. The first prototypes where produce by Winchester and the Army officially adopted the M1 carbine in October 1941, resulting in over 6 million carbines being produced between 1941 to 1945. Early examples had a two aperture peep-sight and no bayonet lug. In may 1944 an adjustable rear ramp sight and a bayonet lug added to attach the M4 bayonet based on the M3 fighting knife. However only very limited numbers with the new modifications saw service in the European theatre from January 1945. This example is a late-war production with the adjustable rear sight and bayonet lug. It was manufactured by \"Saginaw S.G. Division, General Motors and come with a EU/UK Deactivation Certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Deactivated M1 Rifle This is in fact a post-war made M1 rifle produced by International Harvester and dates to the early 1950's. The rifle is identical to the WW2 examples and continued to be used during the Korean War and in limited numbers in the early part of the Vietnam War. The rifle comes with a current EU/UK deactivation certificate. U.K. Sales Only
U.S. Deactivated Smith & Wesson 45ACP D.A. Revolver This basically a re-worked Smith & Wesson model 1917 double action 45ACP revolver which has had the wooden grips replaced polymer grips and the lanyard ring removed with the hole for the lanyard ring concealed by the replacement grips. However the patent dates are clearly visible on the barrel and the frame is marked the Smith & Wesson trade mark. The model 1917 revolver saw service with the U.S. Army during WW1, WW2 , Korean and the Vietnam Wars. This example comes with a EU/UK Deactivation Certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Distinctive Insignia A set of Distinctive insignia belonging to the 501st Airborne Infantry with the legion "Geronimo"
U.S. Distinctive Insignia A set of distinctive insignia belonging to the 18th Infantry regiment, with the latin motto " Ne Desit Virtus" ( Let Valour not Fail ).
U.S. Enamelled Water Bottle Set This is a extremely rare enamelled water bottle set consisting of a enamelled water bottle and cup, which comes with a a tan pouch. The water bottle is maker marked \"SECO\" and dated 1942 . The cup is also maker marked \"SECO\" and dated 1944.
U.S. Enlisted Garrison Cap The officer quality other ranks garrison cap with the branch of service piping \"red & white\" for the Corps of Engineers\". The cap retains it\'s maker\'s label \"Gordon Mig Co\" and is size marked 6.7/8\".
U.S. Enlisted Mans Visor Cap The enlisted mans visor cap was worn with the class A uniform until it was officially replaced with the Garrison cap in 1941. However it unofficially it continued to be worn and manufacutured. This example is in very good condition size stamped 7.1/8 and dated 24/06/1942.
U.S. Enlisted Man\'s Summer Visor Cap This is a summer issue example of the enlisted man\' visor cap, which was officially replaced with the Garrison cap in 1941. However it continued to be worn and manufactured. This example does have some light stains to the top of the cap and retains it\'s maker\'s label \"The Gordonia Caps, Louisville , Kentucky\". Besides the staining on the top of the cap it is in very good condition.
U.S. ERDL Tropical Hat This is a ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratory ) tropical hat, which is un-issued and dated 1968. The ERDL camouflage tropical uniform was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units only in 1968.
U.S. ERDL Tropical Jacket The ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development Laboratary ) camoflage uniform was resricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companie. This example has had it's pockets removed and is dated 1969 and is a small size 33" to 37" chest.
U.S. ERDL Trousers A good example of 1969 dated ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage trousers. The ERDL uniform, which was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. The trousers a size stamped \"SMALL REGULAR\" ( waist 27\" to 31\" ).
U.S. Face Camouflage Paint A tube of un-issued face camouflage paint in light green and loam. This example is dated June 1992. However it is identical to the face paint used during the Vietnam War.
U.S. Far East Airforces Badge This badge was introduced in 1945 and was worn by the 5th and 13th U.S. Airforces.
U.S. Field Dressing & M1956 Pouch This is a Carlisle field dressing still sealed in it's packaging. The field dressing comes with a M1956 dual purpose first aid & compass pouch.
U.S. Field Dressing & M1967 Pouch This is a field dressing still in it\'s plastic cover and comes with a M1967 dual purpose first aid and compass pouch.
U.S. Field Phone EE-8B This is a good example of a field phone EE-8B which comes with a leather case and a TS-9 handset.
U.S. Fighting Knife This is a U.S. fighting knife based on the WW2 M3 and comes with M10 black pastic scabbard with thigh tie. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. First Aid Packet This is a large first aid packet in a waxed cardboard outer box, which was a wartime measure to conserve strategic materials.
U.S. Flannel Shirt This is a flannel shirt which would have original had the internal gas-flap which has been cut off. However the buttons for the gas-hood are still attached. The shirt has also suffered some damage to the upper front button where the material has torn. The contract label is still attached, unfortunately the details have been washed out. This example is size 14.1/2.
U.S. Flannel Shirt This is a very good example of a flannel shirt with the gas-flap, sleeve gussets and buttons under the collar to attach the gas-hood. The anti-gas features where introduced in 1942 and where designation as "Special". This example is size marked 14 and retains part of the contract label, however the details are washed out.
U.S. Flight Helmet Crown Pad This is a spare un-issued inner thick crown pad of U.S. flight helmets. This example was produced by Sirra Engineering Co.
U.S. Frequency Meter Unit This is a Frequency Meter BC-221AH, complete with Frequency meter table and a photocopy of the unit's manual. The unit is dated 1942 and comes in it's green wooden container.
U.S. Fuel Tablets A tin of fuel tablets to heat rations on a portable field stove. The fuel tablets where produced by \"S.C. Johnson & Son . Inc\"
U.S. Garrison Cap This is a tan cotton overseas cap which was worn with the cotton shirt and trousers. This example is a size 7.1/8.
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Engineers ) This is a enlisted man\'s garrison cap with the branch of service piping for the Corps of Engineers. The cap retains its contract label however all the details are washed out. The cap is approximately a size 6.1/4.
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Engineers ) This is senior NCO\'s private purchase garrison cap, which has the branch of service piping for the Corps of Engineers. The cap is in very good condition and has the makers name \"Louisville Cap Co\". It also retains the original owners personal army service number \"W5538\". The cap is approximately a size 6.3/4.
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Artillery ) This is a senior NCO\'s private purchase garrison cap which has the branch of service piping for Artillery. The cap is in very good condition without any mothing, The cap is marked with the original owners personal army service number \"B7001\" and retains the size label \"7.1/8\".
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Engineers ) This is an senior NCO\'s private purchase garrison cap, which has the branch of service piping for Corps of Engineers. The cap is in good condition with one minor moth nip to the rear bottom edge of the left side of the cap. The cap retains its size label \"6.3/4\" and has the original owners army service number \"G5021\"
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Army Air Force ) This is a near mint example of a senior NCO's private purchase garrison cap which has the branch of service piping for the Army Air Force. The cap retains its size label "7.3/8.
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Army Air Force ) This is a near mint private purchase officer quality senior NCO\'s garrison cap which has the branch of service piping for Army Air Force. The cap retains its size label \"6.7/8\".
U.S. Garrison Cap ( Army Air Force ) This is a enlisted man's garrison cap which has the branch of service piping for Army Air Force. The left side of the cap's piping has suffered with some minor fraying and a single moth nip. Otherwise it is in excellent condition. The cap retains the original owners name tab "Dulton" and his personal army Air Force service number "P-7080". The cap also has its contract number which gives the patent date 15th October 1941 and a manufacturing date of 19th February 1944. It also gives the name of the maker " Klein.Frankfeldt & Arnoff. Inc". It is size stamped 7.1/4/
U.S. Grenade Pouch This is a three pocket grenade pocket , which would have been hooked to the belt and tied to the thigh. This example is in mint unissued condition maker marked \"J.Q.M.D.\" and dated 1945.
U.S. Grenade Vest This is a un-issued example of grenade vest, which was designed to hold 40mm high explosive ammunition for the M79 and M203 genade launchers. The four top pockets are for the 40mm pyrotechnic cartridges. The vest is dated 1974 and was produced by "Lite Industries".
U.S. Handkerchief This is a silk handkerchief made from parachute silk.
U.S. Huey Helicopter Piece This is part of the air-intake of a Huey Helicopter.
U.S. Inert 45ACP Rounds Six inert U.S. made 45ACP rounds on a revolver speed loader. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Inert 50 Calibre Rounds Five U.S. made inert 50 calibre rounds which are all dated 1986. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Inert M67 Fragmentation Grenade & Container This is a good example of an inert M67 fragmentation grenade still in its original container, which the top half January and March 1973. The grenade is dated May 1973 and has a M213 fuse which is dated November 1973. This example does not have the safety jungle clip. U.K.Sales Only.
U.S. Inert MK3A2 Offensive Grenade & Container The MK3 offensive grenade was first introduced into the U.S. Military arsenal in March 1918 and was designed for use in trench assaults, without producing fragmentation which could injure the user or friendly forces. There where three variants of the MK3 grenade, MK3 ( WW1 ), MK3A1 ( WW2 & Korea ) and the MK3A2 ( Vietnam ). Prior to April 1945 the MK3 grenades used Roman numerals. This example is a Vietnam era grenade, dated October 1974 with a February 1972 dated fuse. The two-piece container is dated January and July 1972. U.K. Sales Only
U.S. Issue Vietnam Map This is a U.S. military map of Vietnam compiled by the U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office in May 1968. The map is in English and Vietnamese.
U.S. Jungle Boots A pair of unissued size 8N ( narrow foot ) jungle boots which have the later panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots are maker marked \"Bata\" and dated June 1967 and come without laces.
U.S. Jungle Boots A pair of size 9W ( wide foot ) jungle boots which have the later Panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots are in good condition and maker marked \"Nosearch\".
U.S. Jungle Boots A pair of Jungle boot with the later Panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots are in good condiiton size marked 9N ( narrow foot ) and where produced by \"McRae\" and come without laces.
U.S. Jungle Boots A nice set of un-issued U.S. Army tropical boots, which are dated \"June 1967 ( 667). The boots are size marked \"8XN\" ( Extra Narrow foot ) and have the early Vibram sole which was later replaced with the Panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots still have the original instruction tag attached. The boots where produced by \"BATA\".
U.S. Jungle Boots A pair of used size 7 regular jungle boots, with the later Panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots where produced by \"Bata\" and are in good condition.
U.S. Jungle Boots A good pair of U.S. issue tropical jungle boots, with the early Vibram sole, which was later replaced with the Panama anti-mud traction sole. The boots are dated March 1968 and are size stamped \"9\" narrow and come without laces.
U.S. Knife, Fork, Spoon Set A knife, fork spoon set, all three items are \"U.S.\" stamped and maker marked.
U.S. Knife, Fork, Spoon Set This is a post 1945 manufactured knife, fork, spoon set. All three pieces are U.S. stamped and maker marked.
U.S. Large Field Dressing This is a large field dressing which was produced by Convenience Inc.
U.S. late-War M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late-war M1936 pistol belt in OD No7 green shade crimped alloy slides. The belt meaures 41 inches.
U.S. late-War M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late-war M1936 pistol belt in OD No7 green shade with crimped alloy sliders. The belt measures 40 inches.
U.S. late-War M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late-war M1936 pistol belt in OD 7 green. The belt is 41 inches long.
U.S. Late-War M1936 Field Bag & Strap This is a late-war M1936 field bag with the additional equipment tab on the front. The M1936 field bag is more commonly known as the musette bag and was issued to officers, paratroopers, armoured infantry and armoured vehicle crews. This example is maker marked \"PUGG MANUFACTURING CO\" and dated 1944.
U.S. M-1910 Cutlery Set A knife fork and spoon set. The knife was produced by Landers,Frank & Clark ( LF&C) and dated 1917. The spoon is dated 1918. The spoon and knife are also stamped \"US\"
U.S. M-1910 Water Bottle Set A good example of a U.S. M-1910 water bottle set consisting of pouch, water bottle and cup. The pouch and water bottle is dated 1918. The cup has no markings or dates.
U.S. M.C. K-Bar Fighting Knife This is a non-maker marked K-Bar as used by U.S. marines since WW2. The K-bar is in good condition and comes with a high quality leather modern made scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K.Sales Only
U.S. M1 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside of the European Union. The M1 Carbine was developed as a light weapon for personnel, whose main task was not close range combat. Such as vehicle drivers, signalman, mortar and machine gun crews. The first prototypes where produced by Winchester and the army officially adopted the M1 Carbine in October 1941, resulting with over 6 million carbines being produced between 1941 to 1945. Early examples had a two aperture peep-sight and no bayonet lug. In May 1944 an adjustable rear ramp sight and bayonet lug was added to attach the M4 bayonet. However very limited numbers of the modified M1 carbine saw service in the European theatre from January 1945. The M1 carbine continued to be used right to the end of the Vietnam War. This example is in very good condition, with the late-war modifications and was produced by Inland part of the General Motors Division and dated June 1944. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. M1 Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. The M1 carbine was developed as a light weapon for personnel whose main task was not close range combat. Such as vehicle drivers, signalman, mortar and machine gun crews. The first prototypes where produced by Winchester and the army officially adopted the M1 carbine in October 1941, resulting in over 6 million being produced between 1941 to 1945. Early examples had a two aperture peep-sight and no bayonet lug. In may 1944 an adjustable rear ramp sight and bayonet lug was added to attach the M4 bayonet. However only a very limited number of M1 carbines with the new modifications saw service in European theatre from January 1945. The M1 carbine continued to be used right to the end of the Vietnam War. This example is in excellent condition, with a lengthened butt, ( Period Modification ) and late-war modifications. The weapon was produced by Inland part of the General Motors Division and dated August 1943. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 10 round magazine for the M1 carbine.
U.S. M1 Carbine Magazine Pouch This is a 1957 dated M1 carbine magazine pouch which is maker marked "TWEEDIE FOOTWEAR CORP".
U.S. M1 Carbine Magazines Two unissued M1 carbine magazines. We have a limited number in stock.
U.S. M1 Front Seamed Swivel Bale Helmet This is a front seamed swivel bale M1 helmet, retaining traces of the it\'s original paint with a cork finish. The chinstraps are original to the helmet and have suffered with some fraying. The liner has a unknown unit colours, maker marked with the letter \"F\" within a shield which identifies the maker as \"Firestone Tire & Rubber Company\". Front seamed, swivel bale M1 helmets where produced between October 1943 to November 1944, when they where replaced by rear seamed with a manganese rim helmets.
U.S. M1 Front Seamed Swivel Bale Helmet This is a front seamed, swivel bale M1 helmet, which was produced between October 1943 to November 1944, after which date the helmets had a manganese rear seamed rim. The liner is WW2 vintage and is maker marked with the letter "F", within a shield, which identifies the maker as "Firestone Tire & Rubber Company". The helmet shell still retains it's original chinstrap, which has frayed in number of places.
U.S. M1 Front Seamed Swivel Bale Unit Marked Helmet This is a good example of a front seamed, swivel bale M1 helmet which still retains it\'s original unit\'s divisional insignia of the 3rd Infantry division, which fought in Tunisia, Sicily and Southern France \"Saint-Tropez\" and Vosage. The Division also saw action in Belgium taking part in the Battle of the Bulge, Germany and finished the war in Austria. The chinstraps are still attached but are extremely fragile and frayed. The liner is not original to the helmet but is wartime issue with the tan straps and was produced \"Westinghouse Electric Company\" identified by the letter \"W\" within a ovel directly above a crown stamp. It has also been personalised, however i believe this was probably done after the war.
U.S. M1 Garand Buttstock Cleaning Kit A complete cleaning kit for the M1 Garand rifle, consisting of clear plastic oil bottle, cleaning rod and brush. The cleaning kit is of 1960's vintage.
U.S. M1 Garand Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This M1 rifle serial number 2175519 dates the receiver between October to November 1943 and was produced by Springfield Armoury. The barrel is also Springfield made and dated September 1943. However the bolt cover maker marked International Harvester. WW2 dated receivers and barrels are extremely rare within the UK market as the majority of M1 Garands within the UK are either Post-war example or WW2 receivers with post-war barrels making this example relatively quite rare. It does not cock or dry fire however it does have a moving cocking handle and can be broken into two. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. M1 Gas Mask Waterproofing Kit The M1 gas mask waterproofing kit was carried in the gas mask bag and issued for amphibious operations. This example is dated February 1942.
U.S. M1 Rear Seamed Helmet This is a very nice example of a late-war M1 rear seamed swivel bale helmet, which would have been produced between November 1944 to August 1945. The helmet comes with a \"Capac Manufacturing Company\" produced liner. The front of the helmet shell has the rank bar of a First-Lieutenant.
U.S. M1 Rear Seamed Helmet This is a later-war variation M1 helmet, which has oliver drab No7 webbing and a manganese rim with a rear seam. The helmet was produced sometime between November 1944 to August 1945. The front of the helmet has the unit insignia of the Quartermaster Corps, Supply company, Pearl Habour, Hawaii. The liner is maker marked \"CAPAC\", which identifies the liner being produced by Capac Manufacturing \"Company\" . The rear of the liner has suffered with a split.
U.S. M1 Rear Seamed Helmet & Netting This is a late-war rear seamed M1 helmet, with tan chinstraps and manganese rim. This variation of the M1 was produced between November 1944 to August 1945. Later war produced M1 helmet normally had Olive drab No 7 shade chinstraps. The liner was produced by the Firestone Tire & Rubber Company identified by the letter \"F\" within a shield. The liner is also named to the original owner \"Cobley\".
U.S. M1 Rifle Garand Serial Numbers This small reference book gives the date of manufacture by serial number. I must for any collector.
U.S. M1 Style Helmet This is in fact a West-German made U.S. M1 style helmet which has been given a U.S. Veitnam war pattern liner, which is missing it\'s headband. The helmet would be ideal for WW2 or Vietnam War re-enactment. For WW2 re-enactment you will have to change the chinstrap for Vietnam War re-enactment just add a Mitchell helmet cover.
U.S. M14 Spare Parts Pouch This is a weapons spare parts pouch was was produce in 1945 and maker marked \"DIANA\". However in the early 1960\'s it was re-designated as a spare parts pouch the for M14 self-loading rifle by Piece Packing Co and retains the firms inspectors card.
U.S. M16 Ammunition Bandolier This is a M16 ammunition bandolier, which would holds ten 5.56mm clips.This example is dated April 1975.
U.S. M16 Ammunition Bandolier This is a 1975 dated ammunition bandolier which would have contained 5.56mm Clips.
U.S. M16 Ammunition Bandolier The M16 ammunition bandolier which holds ten 5.56mm clips. This example is dated April 1975.
U.S. M16 Hand Guards A set of original 1960\'s era M16 hand guards. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. M16 Plastic Magazine Bags I have a number of this Vietnam issue M16 plastic magazine bags which kept the magazine and ammunition dry.
U.S. M16 Plastic Magazine Bags A have a number of this M16 Vietnam issue plastic magazine bags, which kept the ammuntion and magazine dry.
U.S. M16 Polythene Water Proof Gun Cover This is a ploythene water proof gun cover the M16 asault rifle.
U.S. M1891 Mosin Nagant ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale only to customers outside the European Union. In 1915 the Tsar's government ordered 3.300,000 M1891 Mosin Nagant rifles from the U.S. government. 1,500,000 from Remington and 1,800,000 for Westinghouse. However the contract was never finished as Russia defaulted on it's payment due to the Russian revolution resulting in only 1,600,00 rifles being produced between the two U.S. manufacturers with 356,660 rifles arriving in Russia. This example is a Westinghouse made rifle in very good condition with a 1915 date. However the date is not the actual date of manufacture it is the date when Westinghouse took the contract and all Westinghouse rifles which where manufactured between 1915 to 1918 have a 1915 date. Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU/UK specification. Please email before making purchase. Non EU Sales Only.
U.S. M1903 Parade Sling This is a U.S. M1903 parade sling in white for use with the M1903 springfield or M1 Garand rifles.
U.S. M1910 Entrenching tool & Carrier This is a M1910 entrenching tool which comes with a M1928 carrier, which differs form the M1910 carrier by having a different shaped buckle. The carrier is maker marked "B.B.C". and dated 1942. The staining on the carrier is just water applied to bring out the markings and disappears when dry. The E-tool is U.S. Stamped.
U.S. M1910 Entrenching tool & Carrier This is a M1910 entrenching tool which is U.S. stamped and comes with its carrier which is maker marked "H&P" and dated August 1918.
U.S. M1910 Mattock This is M1910 Mattlock used for making fox holes and other entrenching activities. This example has a 1951 dated carrier which is also faintly stamped with the maker\'s name.
U.S. M1910 Mess Tin Pouch This is a M1910 mess tin pouch which attaches to the M1910 haversack. This example has had a field repair to the button area and has had the button replaced with a WW2 era uniform button which would have been used on the HBT uniform. M1910 webbing continued to be used during WW2.
U.S. M1910 Mess Tins A set of M1910 mess tins, which have a faint \"U.S.\" stamp and what looks like a 1916 date. The M1910 mess tins continued to be issued during WW2.
U.S. M1910 Pack Carrier This is a M1910 pack carrier which attaches to the lower half of the M1910 haversack. The front of the carrier is stamped with the original owners service number. The carrier is also maker marked "L.C.C. & Co" and dated October 1918 (10-18 ). The leather strap which attaches the carrier to the haversack is missing.
U.S. M1910 Pack Carrier This is a M1910 pack carrier which attaches to the lower half of the M1910 haversack. This example is dated August 1918 ( 8-18 ) and is maker marked "Long". The leather strap which attaches the carrier to the haversack is missing.
U.S. M1910 Pack Carrier This is a M1910 pack carrier which attaches to the lower half of the M1910 haversack. The leather strap which attaches the carrier to the haversack is missing.
U.S. M1910 Pack Carrier This is a M1910 pack carrier which attaches to the lower half of the M1910 haversack. The leather strap which attaches the carrier to the haversack is missing.
U.S. M1910 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a M1910 rifle ammunition belt which has been blancoed. The belt was re-issued during WW2 as it was common practice by U.S. marines to darken their WW1 vintage webbing. The belt is maker marked "Mills" and dated 18th May 1915.
U.S. M1910 War Economy Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a very good example of a M1910 war economy produced M1910 rifle ammunition belt, which is maker marked "L.L.C.& Co" and dated November 1918.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This a M1910 water bottle set consisting of a 1962 dated water bottle, which is maker marked \"MIRRO\". A non dated cup and a M1956 pouch.
U.S. M1910 Water bottle Set This is a matching 1945 dated water bottle set, consisting of a M1910 water bottle , which is maker marked \"A.G.M.CO\" a M1942 cup, which is maker marked \"S.M.CO\" and a M1910 pouch.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a M1910 water bottle set, consisting of water bottle, cup and pouch. The water bottle is not dated, but maker marked \"A.P.Co\". The cup is maker marked \"M.A.Co\" and dated 1943. The pouch is maker marked \"J.A.Shoe\" and dated 1942.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a M1910 water bottle set, which has had a wartime replacement plastic cap. The water bottle is maker marked \"L.F.& Co\" and dated 1918. The cup is also the M1910 pattern, which is maker marked \"A.G.M.Co\" and dated 1944. The pouch is the M1942 pattern and is clearly dated 1942 and was originally tan but has been dyed green, probably for Korea. Green webbing was introduced in the European theatre in late 1944.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This M1910 water bottle set consist of the a pouch, water bottle and drinking cup. All three items are dated 1918 and maker marked. The pouch is also unit marked to the 304th Infantry Regiment.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a M1910 water bottle set, consisting of a water bottle, cup and pouch. The water bottle and cup are both dated 1945. The bottle is maker marked \"A.G.M. and the cup is maker marked \"T.A.C.U.Co\". The pouch is dated 1952.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a M1910 water bottle set consisting of a 1945 dated cup, which is maker marked \"TACU.CO\". The water bottle is also dated 1945 and maker marked \"A.G.M.CO\". The pouch is non-dated.
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a 1910 water bottle set, consisting of a 1945 dated water bottle, with a bakelite cap. The bottle is maker marked \"A.G.M. CO\". The cup is not dated. The pouch is also dated 1945 and is maker marked \"GATES INC\".
U.S. M1910 Water Bottle Set A nice example of a M1910 water bottle set consisting of a 1953 dated water bottle, which is maker marked \"MIRRO\". The plastic cap is dated 1952 and retains it\'s cock seal. The drinking cup is not dated or maker mared. The pouch is dated 1952.
U.S. M1911 Campaign Hat This is a good example of an enlisted man's M1911 campaign hat. This example has a leather cap cord, which would normally have the branch of service colour It also has a "U.S." cipher on the front which was not standard issue. The hat would normally have a hatband around the base of the crown, however this is missing, but the outline is clearly visible.
U.S. M1911A1 Leather Magazine Pouch This is a leather magazine pouch for the M1911A1 pistol, worn by officers and members of the military police. This example is maker marked \"L-F.CO\" and dated October 1951.
U.S. M1911A1 Magazine This is a magazine for the M1911A1 pistol. The base of the magazine is stamped \"19200 ASSY 5508694 MFR 1M291.
U.S. M1912 Pistol Belt This is a good example of a M1912 pistol belt with the sabre ring. The belt can be adjust from 30\" to 44\" waist.
U.S. M1912 Pistol Belt This is the M1912 pistol belt with the sabre ring and was issued to personal who where required to carry a sabre. The belt is in excellent condition and measures 40 inches.
U.S. M1912 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is unissued pistol magazine pouch which has patent date July 1916 and a production date of February 1919. It was produced by \"MILLS\". The M1912 pistol magazine pouch continued to be issued during WW2.
U.S. M1912 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a mint unissued example M1912 twin magazine pouch for the M1911 semi-auto pistol. The has a patent date 29/01/2016 to 04/07/1916 with a production date of May 1918. The pouch is maker marked "MILLS".
U.S. M1912 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a mint unissued M1912 twin magazine pouch for the M1911 pistol. This example is maker marked "Russell" and dated October 1918.
U.S. M1917 Ammunition Belt This is a M1917 ammunition belt for use with the M1903 rifle. The belt is in a extremely well used condition with fraying to the outer edges on all the top flaps. However all the press-studs are present and in good working order. The pouches have been personalised by the original owner who has put their personal army service number ( m-4169 ).
U.S. M1917 Breeches A good example of M1917 breeches which are approximately a 34" waist with a 24" leg. The breeches retain their makers label "Fifth Avenue Uniform Co" and dated 12th April 1918. This example is also named to the original owner "C.Strab". Which we also have his M1917 tunic. ( see Listing number 63663).
U.S. M1917 Brodie Helmet This is an excellant example of a U.S. M1917 brodie helemt which was based on the British MK1 helmet. The helmet has ruff finish, the liner and chinstrap are both in excellant condition. The liner still retaining most of its cloth label, which reads\" TIGHTEN CORD, AND ADJUST\". The shell is stamped \"ZC188\".
U.S. M1917 Tunic ( 78th Infantry Division ) This is a very nice example of a named M1917 tunic which has the insignia of the 312th Infantry regiment L Company. The tunic has the rarer variation of the 78th Infantry Divisional badge of four lighting bolt instead of the more common single lighting bolt.The 78th Infantry Division was formed in August/September 1917 at Camp Dix, New Jersey and demobilised on 26th May 1919. The left sleeve has the rank chevron for a Private First Class ( PFC ) a service strip on each sleeve. The tunic is size stamped 38 and named to C.Strab, which we have his M1917 breeches ( see listing 63662 ). It also retains its maker label "Gransrady Co".
U.S. M1917A1 Helmet This is a good example of a U.S. M1917A1, was worn by U.S. forces until early 1942, being replaced with the M1. The helmet is complete with its webbing chinstrap and leather liner which has torn in a number of places.
U.S. M1918 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a un-issued M1918 pistol magazine pouch for the M1911 semi-auto pistol. This example is maker marked "R.H.LONG" and dated September 1918.
U.S. M1918 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a unissued M1918 pistol magazine pouch for use with the M1911 pistol. This example is dated July 1918 and maker marked "F.S.F."
U.S. M1918 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a un-issued M1918 pistol magazine pouch for the M1918 Semi-auto Pistol. This example is maker marked "L.L.C.&Co" and dated 1918.
U.S. M1918 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a unissued M1918 twin magazine pouch for the M1911 semi-auto pistol. The pouch is maker marked "P.B.& Co" and dated September 1918.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a late-war M1923 ammunition belt in OD7 green. The M1923 ammunition belt was issued to troops using the M1 Garand or M1903 Springfield rifles. This example has two damaged poppers which have come away. However are in the pouch cells and are still able to fasten the flaps down.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a ammunition belt for use with the M1903 and M1 rifles. This example was used by the French film industry and has been marked on the back with the word \"TRAO\", which i believe was the name of the French film Studio. On the right side of the pouches one of the flaps has suffered with some minor fraying, otherwise the ammunition pouches are in good condition with a faint 1943 date. The charger clip retaining straps are all present and in good working order.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a mid-war M1923 ammunition belt with a green body and tan flaps. The ammunition belt would have been used with the M1 Garand and M1903 Springfield rifles.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is tan coloured M1923 Ammunition belt for use with the M1 Garand and M1903 Springfield rifles. This example is in good condition with a very faint makers stamp. There is also a very faint 1943 date.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a tan M1923 rifle ammunition belt for use with the M1903 and the M1 Garand rifles. The belt has a very faint makers stamp and a 1941 date. One of the retaining ammo clip inner straps is missing.
U.S. M1923 Rifle Ammunition Belt This is a late-war produced M1923 rifle ammunition belt which is in OD No7 green. The belt has a faint makers stamp and a faint 1944 date. The belt also retains it's early feature of the ammunition clip retaining strap, which was discontinued after 1945. It is also marked with the name "TRAO"
U.S. M1924 Field Dressing Pouch & Carlisle Field Dressing This is a M1924 field dressing pouch with an orange Carlisle first aid tin manufactured by Bauer & Black and still sealed.
U.S. M1924 Field Dressing Pouch & Carlisle Field Dressing This is a M1924 field dressing pouch with an orange Carlisle field dressing tin, manufactured by Bauer & Black, which is still sealed.
U.S. M1924 Field Dressing Pouch & Carlisle Field Dressing This is a M1924 field dressing pouch with an orange coloured Carlisle field dressing tin manufactured by Bauer & Black and still sealed. The front of the pouch has a very faint "U.S". stamp.
U.S. M1928 Complete Haversack This is a M1938 haversack with mess tin pouch and pack carrier. All three items are a good colour match, the haversack and mess tin pouch are not dated or maker marked, however the pack carrier is maker marked \"STANDARD\" and dated 1942.
U.S. M1928 Haversack This is a modified M1928 haversack which has had the sides and bottom stitched together. This was quite common amongst combat veterans as the haversack would literally fall apart when trying to remove any of the contents. This example is maker marked \"A.REIF & Co\" and dated 1942.
U.S. M1928 Haversack & Carrier This is a 1942 dated M1928 haversack and carrier. The haversack is in good condition with no rips or holes. The carrier does have a damaged and missing straps. The carrier and haversack are a very good colour match and are both stamped with the makers name.
U.S. M1928 Pack Carrier This is a M1928 pack carrier which attaches to the lower half of the M1928 haversack. This example is missing its leather strap which attaches the carrier t the haversack. It a faint makers stamp and dated 1942. It also has a unit stamp belonging to the 182nd Infantry.
U.S. M1928 Thompson Butt Plate & Screws This is the butt plate with screws for the M1928 Thompson submachine gun
U.S. M1928A1 Thompson Submachine Gun ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is an extremely nice example of a M1928A1 Thompson submachine gun manufactured by Auto-Ordnance. This is the later model with a smooth barrel, cutts compensator, battle-sight and with horizontal front grip. M1928A1 remained in production to 1942. When all production switched to the M1 Thompson. However the M1928A1 continued to be used by U.S. forces and her allies to the end of WW2. This example does not cock or dry fire but does have a moving cocking handle and trigger. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. M1936 Field Bag This is a 1943 dated M1936 field bag, more commonly referred to as the Musette bag. The Musette bag was issued to officers, paratroopers, armoured infantry and armoured vehicle crews. This example is maker marked "Atlantic Products Corp". The right strap has frayed slightly and the attachment spring clips are missing the springs.
U.S. M1936 Field Bag & Strap This is a very well used M1936 field bag and strap which was more commonly referred to as the musette bag. The musette bag was issued to officers, paratroopers, armoured infantry and armoured vehicle crews. This example has a faint makers stamp and a 1943 date. The front of the bag has a green paint stain.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a mint example of a M1936 pistol belt in OD7 green. The belt measures 35 inches.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late-war M1936 pistol belt in OD7 green.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a M1936 pistol belt, which is U.S. stamped. The belt measures 41 inches.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a mint M1936 pistol belt, which is in OD7 green. The belt measures 35 inches.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a good example of a tan coloured M1936 pistol belt which is U.S. Stamped.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late war M1936 pistol belt OD No 7 green which measures 40\" to 42\".
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late-war M1936 OD7 green pistol belt, which is approximately 40\" long. The outer edges of the belt has some slight fraying.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a unissued M1936 pistol belt, which measures 38 inches.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt This is a late war M1936 pistol belt in OD7 green shade. The belt retains a clear "U.S." stamp and is approximately a size 38 inch waist.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A good example of M1936 suspenders, which have a faint maker's stamp and date, which appears to be 1942.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders M1936 suspenders which has a very faint makers, U.S. and date stamp.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A set of M1936 suspenders, which have a faint maker's and "U.S." stamp. This example is dated 1943 and is in very good condition.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A set of M1936 suspenders, which are in very good condition.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A nice example of early made M1936 suspenders.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A set of M1936 suspenders. This example is in good condition without any makers markings.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders A good example of M1936 suspenders which have a faint maker's stamp and what looks like a 1944 date. This example have had the loose straps taped up as they have been removed from a mannequin.
U.S. M1937 Officers Trouser Belt This is a M1937 officers trouser belt which measures 36 inches and is maker marked \"J.Q.M.D\". It is partially dated 194? and the brass buckle is stamped \"Solid Brass\".
U.S. M1937 Officers Trouser Belt This is an officers M1937 trousers belt which measures 34 inches. The brass buckle is stamped \"Solid Brass, Made in U.S.A.\"
U.S. M1937 Officers Trouser Belt This is a U.S. officers trouser belt which the buckle is marked "Sold Brass". The measures 32 inches. This example has the original owners name "William Bailey" and his personal military service number.
U.S. M1937 Trouser Belt This is a large size M1937 trouser belt which measures 46 inches. The belt appears to have some black boot polish stains.
U.S. M1937 Wool Serge Trousers A good example of M1937 wool serge trousers which are approximately a size 30" waist with a 30" inside leg. The trousers retain the contract label, however the details are washed out. However the original owners name and personal service number are written on the lining. It also retains a period cleaning tag.
U.S. M1938 Leggings A set of unissued size 4 Khaki M1938 leggings which where originally produced in 1942. However the leggings where intended to be issued to U.S. Special forces during the Vietnam War and where marked with a contract DSA number ( Defence Supply Agency ). The DSA marking was used on U.S. Military clothing and field equipment between 1962 to 1977. The first part of the contract number \"1-8025\" dates the contract number to 1963.
U.S. M1938 Leggings A set of unissued size 4 Khaki M1938 leggings which where originally produced in 1942. However the leggings where intended to be issued to U.S. Special forces during the Vietnam war and where marked with a contract DSA number ( Defence Supply Agency ). The DSA marking was used on U.S. military clothing and field equipment between 1962 to 1977. However first part of the DSA serial number \"1-8025\" dates the contract number to 1963.
U.S. M1938 Map Case This is a M1938 map case, which has a faint makers stamp and a visible 1942 date.
U.S. M1938 Map Case This is a 1943 dated M1938 map case, with shoulder strap. The case is in very good condition except for the press-dot stud on the left side, which is slightly damage. This example is maker marked "Kadin".
U.S. M1938 Wire Cutters & Pouch A 1945 dated wire cutters which are maker marked "W.S.Co". The wire cutters come with a mint pouch which is maker marked "Schnell Lea.GBS.Co.Inc" and dated 1944.
U.S. M1941 2nd Pattern Field Jacket This is a interesting example of a U.S. M1941 2nd pattern field jacket which was issued to a Prisoner of War. Axis forces prisoners where issued with U.S. army clothing with PW stencilled on the back of the jacket and on both sleeves as is the case with this example. The jacket has had some field repairs and the collar and cuffs have both frayed. However the talon zipper is still in working condition.
U.S. M1942 Special HBT Shirt This is a M1942 HBT shirt which has a special designation, because of anti-gas flap and the two buttons under the collar to attach the woollen anti-gas hood. This example has been sun bleached to a very pale light green and is size marked 38 regular.
U.S. M1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Field Dressing This is a M1942 field dressing pouch with a mid-war issue field dressing, which would original have a two piece waxed cardboard container.
U.S. M1942 Field Dressing Pouch & Carlisle Field Dressing This is a M1942 field dressing pouch which is slightly larger than the M1924 field dressing. It could accommodate the larger cardboard sealed field dressing. This example comes with a green Carlisle field dressing tin still sealed and was produced by Bauer & Black.
U.S. M1942 Field Dressing Pouch & First Aid Dressing This is a M1942 field dressing pouch which has been blancoed white for use with the Military Police. The pouch contains a field dressing still in it\'s cardboard packet.
U.S. M1942 HBT Shirt This is the M1942 HBT shirt, which was introduced in November 1942. The shirt is size marked \"36R\" ( Regular ). The collar has a couple of minor holes, and a minor stitch repair. There is also some rust brown stains around the collar and just below. This example does not have the internal gas flap, however it does have the two buttons under the collar for the anti-gas woollen hood.
U.S. M1942 HBT Shirt This is a very good example of a M1942 HBT shirt in light green twill. Which has had the internal gas flap removed, which was common amongst U.S. troops. However the buttons underneath the collar for the woollen anti-gas hood are still present. The shirt has a variant of button and not the standard buttons found on later produced HBT shirts. The size label is missing however it is approximately a size 38 regular.
U.S. M1942 HBT Shirt This is the M1942 HBT, shirt in the light green twill and Cavalier buttons. The shirt has the internal gas-flap and buttons underneath the collar for the anti-Gas food. This example is in excellent condition and has the original owners name \"ISNARO\"and size stamped \"38R\" ( Regular ).
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of 1965 dated M1942 mess tins, which are maker marked \"S/L MFG\".
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of 1966 dated M1942 mess tins, which are maker marked \"REGAL\".
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A good set of M1942 mess tins which are maker marked \"REGAL\" and dated 1966.
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A good set of M1942 mess tins, which are maker marked "REGAL" and dated 1966.
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 mess tins, which are dated 1966 and maker marked \"Regal\".
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 mess tins, which are not maker marked or dated, but are stamped \"U.S.\".
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 mess tins which are maker marked "TRICO" and dated 1965.
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 messtins which are "DSA" and maker marked "Regal" and dated 1967.
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 mess tins, which are dated 1967 and maker marked \"Regal\".
U.S. M1942 Mess Tins A set of M1942 mess tins, which are maker marked \"Regal\" and dated 1966.
U.S. M1942 Special HBT Shirt This is a M1942 HBT shirt which has a special designation because it has an anti-gas flap and two buttons under its collar to attach a woollen anti-gas hood. This example is size marked 38 regular.
U.S. M1942 Special HBT Shirt This is a nice example of a HBT shirt which has the a special designation because of its Anti-Gas flap and the two buttons under its collar to attach a woollen anti-gas hood. The shirt is size stamped 38 regular.
U.S. M1942 Special HBT Shirt This is a good example of a M1942 HBT shirt which has a special designation, because the shirt has a anti-gas flap and two buttons under the collar to attach a woollen anti-gas hood. The shirt is size marked 38 regular.
U.S. M1942 Water Bottle Set This is a late war M1942 water bottle set which the cup and water bottle are both dated 1945 and stamped with the same maker \"S.M.CO\".
U.S. M1942 Water Bottle Set ( British Made ) This is a M1942 water bottle set, consisting of a 1945 dated water bottle, which is maker marked "S.M.Co", a 1945 dated drinking cup which is maker marked "Foley MFG" and a British made water bottle pouch which has a very faint British markings.
U.S. M1942 Water Bottle Set ( British Made ) This is a British made water bottle pouch with an M1942 water bottle set. The pouch, water bottle and cup are all dated 1944. The water bottle is maker marked "S.M.CO" and the Cup is maker marked "V.Co"
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool with it's second pattern carrier. The M1943 entrenching tool replaced the M1910 in 1944 and remained in service with the U.S. Military to 1970 when it was finally replaced with the light-weight folding entrenching tool. The blade on this example has a faint "U.S."
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool, which replaced the M1910 entrenching tool in 1944. This example is in good condition and comes with the 2nd pattern carrier which is maker marked \"Tusla Canvas Products Co\" and dated 1944.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a M1943 folding entrenching tool which is dated 1943 and maker marked "Woods". The E-tool comes with the 2nd pattern carrier, which is dated 1944 and maker marked "Kadin".
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier The M1943 entrenching tool replaced the M1910 entrenching tool in 1944 and remained in service with U.S. forces to 1970 when it was replaced lightweight folding entrenching tool. This example comes with the M1956 carrier which is dated 1962.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching tool & M1956 Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool, which entered U.S. Service in 1944 replacing the M1910 entrenching tool. The M1943 entrenching tool remained in use with the U.S. Military to 1970 when it was finally replaced with the Light-Weight entrenching tool. This example comes with the M1956 carrier, which has a faint contract stamp.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool which continued to be used in conjunction with the M1951 entrenching tool until both was replaced with the Light weight entrenching tool in 1970. This example comes with a M1956 carrier.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier The M1943 entrenching tool replaced the M1910 in 1944 and remained in U.S. service to 1970 when it was finally replaced with the lightweight folding entrenching tool. This example is in good condition and comes with the M1956 carrier which has a very faint date 4th September 1956.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool , which replaced the M1910 entrenching tool in 1944. The M1943 E-Tool remained in U.S service to 1970. This example comes with a M1956 carrier and is stamped \"U.S.\" on the blade.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool, which entered U.S. service in 1944 replacing the M1910 entrenching tool. The M1943 entrenching tool tool remained in us with the U.S. Military to 1970 when it was finally replaced with the Light Weight entrenching tool. This example is stamped \"U.S.\" on the blade. The M1956 Carrier is in very good condition and dated 1962.
U.S. M1943 Entrenching Tool & M1956 Carrier This is a M1943 entrenching tool, which replaced the M1910 entrenching tool in 1944 and remained in U.S. service to 1970. This example is in good condition and comes with the M1956 carrier.
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket This is a M1943 field jacket, which is part of the M1943 field uniform consisting of jacket, separate hood and trousers. The M1943 uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beachhead in the summer of 1943. However the M43 uniform was first issued in quantity to airborne units in the European theatre of operations in late 1944. This example is approximately a size 40" to 42" chest. The outline of the original formation patch left sleeve and the outline of the contract label. It also has some white staining to the lower front.
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket The M1943 field uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beach head in the summer of 1943. It was first issued in quantity to airborne units in late 1944, with it finally being issued to the rest of the army in January 1945. This example is in very good condition and is size marked 36 regular. The contract label is still attached, however all the details have been washed out.
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket This is a good example of a M1943 field jacket, which was part of the M1943 uniform which consisted of a jacket, separate hood and trousers. The uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beachhead. However the M43 uniform was first issued in quantity in late 1944. This example retains its contract label, however the details are very faint but you can make the size 36L ( Large ).
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket This M1943 field jacket, which is part of the M1943 uniform consisting of the jacket, separate hood and trousers. The M1943 field uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio Beachhead in the summer 1943. However the M43 field uniform was first issued in quantity to airborne units in the European theatre of operations in late 1944. This example is in good condition retaining the contract label, however the details have been washed out. The jacket is approximately a size 38" to 40" chest.
U.S. M1943 Field Pack The M1943 field pack is a relatively rare piece of U.S. field equipment as it was only issued in limited numbers and developed in 1942 to replace the M1928 haversack and the M1936 Field pack. It was initially issued to troops serving in tropical areas such as jungle and swamp where it was difficult or impossible to lay out the M1928 haversack. The M1943 field pack is commonly referred to as the jungle pack and would have had a removable waterproof liner and with carful use of the straps, it could be reduced in size to match the bulk of contents being carried. The M1943 field pack was only issued in modest numbers in both the Pacific and European theatres. This example is in extremely good condition, however it is missing its draw-string and removable waterproof liner. It is maker marked Atlantic Products Co and dated 1942.
U.S. M1943 Field Trousers The M1943 field uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beach head in the summer of 1943. It was first issued in quantity to airborne units in late 1944, with it finally being issued to the rest of the army in January 1945. This example of M1943 field trousers in fair condition with a small rip above the right hip pocket. The trousers are approximately a size 32 inch waist with a 29 inch leg.
U.S. M1943 Field Trousers The M1943 field uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beach head in the summer of 1943. It was first issued in quantity to airborne units in late 1944, finally being issued to the rest of the army in January 1945. This example of the M1943 trousers is an early produced item from between mid 1943 to early 1944 with metal buttons star buttons of the same type used on the HBT uniform and no ankle tabs. plastic buttons and ankle tabs became the standard feature on the later produced M1943 trousers. This example of M1943 trousers retains the instructions printed directly onto the HBT pocket lining and also retains the contract label. However all the details have been washed out. The trousers approximately a size 32 inch waist with a 33 inch leg.
U.S. M1943 Field Trousers The M1943 field uniform was first evaluted by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio beach head in the summer of 1943. It was then issued in quantity to airborne units in late 1944. Finally being used to the rest of the army in January 1945. This example of M1943 field trousers are in excellent condition and are approximately a size 34 inch waist with 32 inch leg with HBT pocket lining.
U.S. M1943 Pattern Wool Serge Trousers A very nice example of a M1943 pattern wool serge trousers which have an internal gas flap in matching material as the trousers. The trousers retain the contract label which gives the size 29" waist with a 31" inside leg, maker name, Blue Jean MFG.Co with a production date 24th May 1943 and pattern date 17th April 1943. This example also has the original owners personal service number written on the lining.
U.S. M1944 Cargo Pack This is the lower half of the M1944 field pack known as the cargo pack. The M1944 field and cargo packs had a very short life and was issued in very limited numbers until stocks where exhausted in April 1945. The M1944 field & cargo packs was based on the U.S. marine Corps M1941 field packs. However it was found that the that certain areas of M1944 field where deemed unsatisfactory for the army needs and the design was refined and became the M1945 field pack. This example has had the additional straps cut away for use with the M1945 Field pack and has the M1945 instruction sheet added attached to the waterproof lining. It is maker marked \"Harian\" and dated 1944.
U.S. M1945 Cargo Pack This is a M1945 cargo pack, which would have been would have been attached to the bottom of the M1945 field pack. This example is in excellent condition maker marked \"W.L.DUMAS MFG.CO\" and dated 1951 and retains a faded instruction sheet still attached to waterproof lining.
U.S. M1945 Cargo Pack This is a M1945 cargo pack which would have been attached to the bottom of the M1945 field pack. The M1945 field and cargo packs where a refined version of the M1944 field and cargo pack and was introduced in April 1945. This example is in excellent condition maker marked \"American Fabrics Co\" and dated 1945. It retains it\'s instruction sheet attached to the waterproof lining. It is also marked with the original owners personal service number \"L2093\".
U.S. M1945 Field & Cargo Pack This is a M1945 field & Cargo pack, which was introduced in April 1945 and was a refined version of the M1944 field & cargo pack. The upper field pack has a very faint 1945 date and maker\'s stamp. It is also marked with the original owners service number \"D-4219\". The lower cargo pack is dated 3rd December 1951 and maker marked \"The BYER MFG CO. It also retains it\'s contract date of 18th January 1951 The upper and lower packs both retain their instruction sheets attached to the waterproof lining.
U.S. M1945 Field & Cargo Pack This is a M1945 field & Cargo pack, which was introduced in April 1945 and was a refined version of the M1944 field & cargo pack. The upper field pack is maker marked \"Hamel.CO\" and dated 1945. The lower cargo pack is maker marked \"Boyt\" and dated 1945. It is also named to 1st Lt. J.P. Broderick with his personal service number \"067649\" Both packs retain their instruction sheets attached to the waterproof lining.
U.S. M1945 Field Pack The M1945 field pack was first introduced in the U.S. army in April 1945 where it saw limited use in Europe. The M1945 field pack became the principal field pack used by U.S. forces in Korea and limited use in Vietnam. This example is in excellent condition and dated 1950.
U.S. M1945 Wool Serge Trousers A near mint example of M1945 wool serge trousers, which are very similar to the M1937 and M1944 wool serge trousers. The only difference between the patterns are the M1945 has two rear pocket flaps, where the M1937 has none and the M1944 only has one rear pocket flap on the left side. The trousers are stamped with the pattern date 20th December 1945 and the issue date 29th October 1948. They are also stamped with the maker\'s name \"OCONEE Garments Co. They are size marked Waist 28\" and leg 33\". Ideal for display or living History purposes when the pocket flaps are removed.
U.S. M1945 Wool Serge Trousers A near mint example of M1945 wool serge trousers, which are very similar to the M1937 and M1944 wool serge trousers. The only difference between the patterns are that the M1945 trousers have two rear pocket flaps, where the M1937 has none and the M1944 only has one rear pocket flap on the left side. The trousers are marked with the pattern date 20th December 1945 and have the issue date 11th March 1946. They are also stamped with the maker\'s name \"HARVARD TROUSER COMPANY\". They are also size marked waist 32\" and the leg 31\". Ideal for display or living-history when the rear pocket flaps are removed.
U.S. M1945 Wool Serge Trousers A near mint example of M1945 wool serge trousers, which are very similar to the M1937 and M1944 wool serge trousers. The only difference between the patterns are the M1945 has two rear pocket flaps, where the M1937 has none and the M1944 has one rear pocket flap on the left side. The trousers are stamped with the pattern date 20th December 1945 and have the issue date 15th November 1951. They are also maker marked \"Southern MFG.Co\" and are size marked, Waist 32\", Leg 29\". Ideal for display or living history purposes, when the rear pocket flaps are removed.
U.S. M1948 Russet Boots A nice pair of M1948 russet boots which are maker BFG ( Benjamin Franklin Goodrich ), which is a U.S. tire company still in existence today and was established in 1870. The boots are based on the WW2 jump boots and are often mistaken to be WW2 jump boots by the novice collector. The difference between the two styles is slanted heel on the Jump boot which also had 11 to 13 eyelets depending on size. The M1948 boots which only had 11 eyelets and a standard shaped heal. The boots are in excellent condition and retain the original soldiers name "FARBER" and are approximately a size 9.
U.S. M1952A Fragmentation Jacket This is a very good example of a M1952A fragmentation jacket, which size marked \"Small\". The zipper and all the press-studs are in good working order. The jacket has the pattern date 01/02/1955 with a production date of 23/05/1955. This example was produced by \"L.W.Foster Sportswear Co\".
U.S. M1952A Fragmentation Jacket This is M1952A fragmentation jacket, which is size marked "Small". The jacket has one small rip to its back, otherwise it is in very good condition with all its press-studs and working zipper. The jacket has the pattern date 01/02/1955 and the production date 23/05/1955. The jacket retains its instruction and contract label, which gives the manufacturer's name "L.W.Foster Sportswear Co".
U.S. M1956 Universal Ammunition Pouches 1st Pattern A set of 1st pattern M1956 universal ammunition pouches identified by the eyelet on the release tab. The pouches have a faint 1959 date stamp.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack This is a M1956 field pack more commonly referred to as the \"Butt Pack\" due to its position when worn. This example is in good condition with no holes or rips.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack This is a M1956 field pack more commonly referred to as the \"Butt Pack\" due to the position when worn. This example is a later produced version with the weatherproof lining which became the standard feature of the slightly large M1961 field pack. The field pack is dated 1962.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack This is a M1956 field pack, more commonly known as the "Butt Pack" due to the position it sits when worn. The M1956 field pack differs from the M1961 field pack by not having a rubberised lining to give better protection of the individual items carried. The M1956 field pack has no rubberised lining and has fold-over side extensions and is slightly smaller than the M1961 field pack.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack This is a a M1956 field pack, more commonly known as the butt pack due to it's position when worn. This example has some minor holes to the left side of the flaps and has very faint markings with a very faint 1959 date.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack This is M1956 field pack more commonly referred to as the "Butt Pack" due to it's position when worn. This example is excellent condition and dated 2nd September 1960.
U.S. M1956 Field Pack Adapter This is a M1956 field pack adapter which allowed the M1956 field pack, more commonly referred to as the Butt pack to be worn on the upper back. The adapter is "DSA" ( Defence Supply Agency ) marked, which was used from 1962 to 1977.
U.S. M1956 Map Case This is a M1956 map case which was still being produced into the late 1970\'s. This example is in very good condition complete with it\'s shoulder strap and dated 1978. It is also maker marked \"Novelty Products\" and named to the original owner \"Wilkerson\"
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a M1956 pistol belt with vertical weave. The belt is 38 inches long.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a vertical weave M1956 pistol belt, which measures 41 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a M1956 vertical weave M1956 pistol belt which measures 41 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is the vertical weave M1956 pistol belt, which can be adjusted from 32\" waist to a 46\" waist. There are no visible markings.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a M1956 vertical weave pistol belt, which measures 40 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is the M1956 pistol belt with vertical weave. One fo the size adjustment hooks has broke off. The belt measures 46 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt A good example of a M1956 horizontal weave pistol belt, which measures 48 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a vertical weave M1956 pistol belt which measures 40 inches. The belt is in good condition.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt This is a horizontal weave M1956 pistol belt which measures 42 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Belt & Davis Buckle This is a M1956 horizontal weave pistol belt with the quick-release Davis buckle. The belt has some very slight fraying on the outer edges and measures 50 inches.
U.S. M1956 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a M1956 pistol magazine pouch for use with the M1911A1 pistol.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A good set of M1956 suspenders.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A set of M1956 suspenders which have the early wire clip, which was replaced after 1961.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A set of M1956 suspenders which have the early wire clip, which was replaced after 1961.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A set of M1956 suspenders which have the early wire clip, which was replaced after 1961. This example is dated 18th September 1959.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders M1956 suspenders, which are in good condition with faint markings.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A set of M1956 suspenders which have had a minor field repair to the left rear strap. The suspenders are dated August 1960. This example is also marked with the original owners name, "RICKETTS R.A."
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A nice set of M1956 suspenders, which are dated August 1960 and have the early pattern clips.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A good example M1956 suspenders, which have the wired clips which where changed to the standard clip after 1961. This example is dated 18th September 1959.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders A set of early M1956 suspenders which wired belt clips which where replaced in 1961.
U.S. M1956 Suspenders M1956 suspenders, which have the early wire clip, which was replaced after 1961. This example is dated August 1960 with a acceptance date of 1961.
U.S. M1956 Universal Ammunition Pouches 1st Pattern A set of 1st pattern M1956 universal ammunition pouches identified by the grommet on the flap release tab. Both pouches have very faint markings.
U.S. M1956 Universal Ammunition Pouches 1st Pattern This is the 1st pattern universal ammunition pouches which have the grommet on the release tab.
U.S. M1956 Water Bottle Cover This is a M1956 water bottle cover, which has a very faint "DSA" ( Defence Supply Agency ) marking.
U.S. M1956 Water Bottle Set A m1956 water bottle set consisting of a 1970 dated plastic water bottle, maker marked a"M.W.INC", M1942 drinking cup which is dated 1945 and a M1956 water bottle pouch which has a very faint DSA code.
U.S. M1956 Water Bottle Set A M1956 water bottle set, consisting a 1966 dated plastic water bottle, which is maker marked "ZARA", Australian made M1942 drinking cup dated 1969 and a M1956 water bottle pouch dated 1968.
U.S. M1956 Water Bottle Set This s M1956 water bottle pouch with a plastic water bottle which is dated 1966. The bottle comes with an M1942 cup, which is Australian army marked and dated 1966.
U.S. M1967 Dual Purpose Pouch This is a M1967 dual purpose pouch designed for use with either the field dressing or compass. This example is dated 1973.
U.S. M1967 Entrenching Tool Cover This is a M1967 cover for the light weight folding entrenching tool. This example is in very good condition and dated 1969.
U.S. M1967 Entrenching Tool Cover This is a M1967 cover for the light weight folding entrenching tool. The cover is in very good condition and dated 1971.
U.S. M1967 Suspenders A very good example of nylon M1967 suspenders.
U.S. M1967 Water Bottle Cover This is a nylon M1967 water bottle cover which has a faint "DSA" ( Defence Supply Agency ) marking with a faint 1968 date "68C". This example has had a two minor field repairs.
U.S. M1967 Water Bottle Set This water bottle set consists of a 1973 dated plastic water bottle with the special cap. Which has a facility for a drinking tube to be attached, allowing the soldier to drink without removing his gas mask. The M1942 cup is dated 1949 and maker marked "JOMD" and a M1967 nylon cover.
U.S. M1967, M16 Magazine Pouches A nice set of M1967 magazine pouches for the M16 assault rifle. The pouches are dated 1968 and 1969 respectively.
U.S. M1969 Fragmentation Jacket This is a very good example of a M1969 fragmentation jacket, which has a working zipper and all of its press-studs. The jacket is missing its contract label which gives the makers name, date and size. However this example is a large sized jacket and does retain its instruction label.
U.S. M1969 Fragmentation Jacket A very good example of a M1969 fragmentation jacket which has a working zipper and all of its press-stud. The jacket retains its contract and instruction labels. The contract label give the makers name "RACHMAN MFG.INC" and the size medium. This is example is not dated.
U.S. M1969 Fragmentation Jacket This is a M1969 fragentation jacket with the 3/4" collar. This example has a broken zipper and is missing one of its press-studs, otherwise it is in good condition retaining its instruction and contract labels. The contract label gives the manufacturer's name "Rachman MFG.Co" and the date of production 1969 (69C). The jacket is size marked "Small".
U.S. M1972 Magazine Ammunition Pouches A set of M1972 magazine ammunition pouches for the M16 assault rifle. M1972 magazine pouches became standard issue on 22nd January 1973. The pair of pouches are dated 1983 and 2002.
U.S. M1A1 Thompson Submachine Gun ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customer outside the European Union. This is a M1A1 Thompson which is slightly different to the M1 by having rear sight wing protectors. It also had an internal modification of a fixed firing pin, where the early M1 had a floating firing pin and hammer. The M1 Thompson entered production in April 1942 with the M1A1 modifications introduced in October 1942. The M1A1 remained in production to 1945, and was extremely popular weapon amongst allied troops who preferred it to the British Sten gun and M3 Grease gun. This example is completely welded up and has no moving parts. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Camouflage Cover This is very nice example of M1C paratrooper helmet, with Mitchell camouflage cover and elasticated helmet band. The Mitchell cover is dated 1970, the straps on the liner have a faint pattern date 21st July 1967. However the sweatband has been replaced with a post-Vietnam issue which is dated 1979.
U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Camouflage Cover This is a good example of a M1C paratrooper helmet complete with a early 1960's Mitchell camouflage helmet cover and a period elasticated cover band. The helmet is actual WW2 shell, front seamed and has been repainted and re-strapped for use in Vietnam. The liner is dated 26th March 1964.
U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Camouflage Cover This is a good example of a M1C paratrooper helmet which comes with a 1969 dated Mitchell camouflage helmet cover. The helmet also comes with a elasticated band which has the original owners name "Brown" The shell is actual a WW2 era front seamed which has been overpainted battleship grey, with the wartime green finish clearly visible underneath. The inside of the shell also retains its wartime finish and the heat number is also visible. The liner is dated December 1965. The sweatband is dated 1969. The small ball clip on the chinstrap buckle is missing.
U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Camouflage Cover This is a very nice example of a M1C paratrooper helmet, which comes with a liner with a faint date, 21st July 1969. The Mitchell camouflage cover is in mint condition and dated 1970 and comes with the elasticated helmet cover band.
U.S. M1C Paratrooper Helmet & Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This M1C paratrooper helmet, is actually WW2 vintage shell and a late 1960\'s manufactured liner. The shell is front seamed, swivel bale, and the shell has been repainted. The liner\'s body is in good condition, however the straps are damage and torn and is missing it\'s sweatband. The A-frame straps are missing it\'s chin cup. The Mitchell helmet cover is dated 1973.
U.S. M2 Ammunition Vest This is mint early mid-war ammunition vest, which was given to ammunition carriers of crew served weapons. The vest has two large pockets one on the front and one on the back, which held various loads, such has boxed MG ammunition as illustrated. It could also hold bazooka rockets and mortar shells. This example dates from around 1943 and is tan in colour. It also has a faint makers stamp "RIA" for Remington Armoury. Late-war examples are light green in colour. The ammunition box is used for illustration and is not part of the listing.
U.S. M2 Ammunition Vest This is a mint un-issued M2 ammunition vest, which was given to ammunition carriers of crew served weapons. The vest has two large pockets one on the front and another on the back, which held various loads, such as boxed MG ammunition as illustrated. It could also hold bazooka rockets and mortar shells. The MG ammunition tins are for illustration only and is not part of this listing.
U.S. M21 Anti-Tank Mine This is an inert U.S. M21 anti-mine which was used in the 1960's and 1970's. The mine is missing its M607 pressure fuze, however it still retains its original carrying strap. UK sales only.
U.S. M21 Practice Grenade & M1 Firing Device This is a M21 practice grenade with is the drill verison of the MK11A1 fragmentation, more commonly known as the pineapple grenade due to it\'s resemblance to the said fruit. This example comes with a inert M1 delayed action firing device. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. M26 Drill Grenade & M1 Firing Device This is a M26 drill grenade which replaced the MKIIA1 fragmentation grenade in the 1950's. This example comes with a drill M1 firing device.
U.S. M3 Fighting Knife The M3 fighting knife was issued to troops armed with the M1 carbine, Thompson Submachine during WW2 who where not issued with with a bayonet. The M3 fighting knife became the basis for U.S. bayonet development over the next twenty from 1945 to 1965 with the blade design used on the M4, M5, M5A1 and M7 bayonets. This example is in good condition with the blade marked with the manufacturers name "Utica". The base of the pommel is also marked with the ordnance stamp of a flaming bomb. It also comes with a M8A1 scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. M3 Shoulder Holster This is a brown leather shoulder holster for the M1911A1 semi-auto pistol. The M3 holster was introduced for use with airforce pilots in 1942. It was also used by other branches of the U.S. Army, especially tank crews. This example is in good condition maker marked \"Enger-Kress\" and has a faint 1944 date.
U.S. M43 Field Jacket This is a size "40R" stamped M43 field jacket, which always comes up larger than their size marking. The M43 uniform was first evaluated by units of the 3rd Infantry Division on the Anzio Beachhead in the summer of 1943. However the M43 field uniform was first issued in quantity to airborne units in the European Theatre of Operations in late 1944. This example is in very good condition, retaining it's date contract label, however the label is washed out.
U.S. M43 Field Jacket Hood This is a un-issued M43 field jacket hood. This example retains it's instruction and data labels and is dated 6th March 1943. It is size stamped "Small" and was produced by "H.P.SHAPIRO.
U.S. M43 Field Jacket Hood This is a jacket hood for the M43 field jacket. The hood is in used condition, but retains it\'s intstuction label.
U.S. M5A1 Chemical Protection Kit This is a empty tin which would have contained three Atropine tubes to protect against exposure of chemical or nerve agent attack.
U.S. M6 Bazooka Bag This is M6 bazooka bag which is maker marked "Boyt" and dated 1945.
U.S. M67 Dual Purpose Pouch & Reproduction Compass This is a dual purpose M67 pouch for field dressing or compass. The compass is a modern working reproduction which is Japanese made.
U.S. M67 Medical Pouch & Contents This is a M67 medical pouch which is dated 1974 and comes with its plastic container and partial contents such as plasters ( band aids ), medical tape & wadding, sealed bandage and gauze pads all of which are period produced.
U.S. M7 Bayonet This is a M7 bayonet for the M16 assault rifle and comes with a M10 scabbard which was introduce to replace the M8A1 scabbard in the 1970's but was not ,manufactured in quantity to the 1980'.s. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Made British Army Battle Dress Trousers This is a U.S. made example of British battle dress trosuers, which was produced under the lend-lease agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. The trousers are in good condition and retains it\'s contract label. However all the details have been washed out. The trousers are approximately a size 30 to 32 inch waist with a 27 inch leg.
U.S. Marine Corp Mexican Campaign Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Mexican campaign medal which has the date 1911 to 1917.
U.S. Marine Corps Camouflage Poncho This is a good example of the camouflage Marine Corps poncho which is dated 1941. One half of the poncho's light side camouflage has been sun bleached.
U.S. Marine Corps Adjustable HBT Garrison Cap This is an extremely rare Marine Corps adjustable tan herringbone twill garrison cap in extremely good condition. The cap was an experimental item and was not general issue. The brass slider is marked with the patent number \"2010107\"
U.S. Marine Corps Advisor\'s Boonie Cap This is a rare U.S. Marine Corps advisor\'s boonie cap dating from the early 1960\'s. The camouflage pattern is known as \"Beo-Gam\", but has become better known amongst collector\'s as the \"duck hunters\" pattern.
U.S. Marine Corps China Relief Expedition Medal A good example of the U.S. Marine Corps China Relief Expedition medal which is dated 1900.
U.S. Marine Corps Civil War Medal This is a nice example of a U.S. Marine Corps Veterans civil-war medal which has the civil war dates 1861 to 1865.
U.S. Marine Corps Cotton Shirt This is a Marine Corps enlisted mans cotton shirt, which retains its contract label which gives the name of the maker "I.Unterberg & Co, Inc", size marked 2 and dated 16th September 1943. The shirt is in very good condition, however it is missing one button on the collar.
U.S. Marine Corps Cuban Pacification Medal A very nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Cuban pacification Medal which is dated 1908.
U.S. Marine Corps Desk Top Flags A set of 1975 dated U.S. Marine Corps desk top flags, probably used by a recruiting sergeants.
U.S. Marine Corps Dress Blue Trousers This is a nice example of an enlisted man's dress blue trousers without the red stripe. The red stripe was by NCO's from the rank of Corporal. The trousers measure 28" waist with a 34" inside leg.
U.S. Marine Corps Dress Blues This is a excellant example of a U.S. Marine Corps class A uniform better known as Dress Blues. The uniform consists of Tunic and trousers. The tunic has the gold gilted Marine Corps buttons and collar insignia. The rank chevrons are that of a Sergeant 4th Grade. The unit badge belongs to 1st Marine Aircraft Wing. The 1st Aircraft Wing, was formed in 1941 at Guantico ( Virginia ). The wing left for San Diego in December, in order to defend the West Coast. In March 1942, it was re-organised in five groups and took part in the battle of Guadalcanal, then took part in the Solomans. In 1943 it saw action in New Georgia and Bougainville before leaving in 1944 for the Philippines. From October 1945, the wing was based on Chinese airfields of Tsingtao, Peiping and Tienstin until May 1947, where it moved to Guam.
U.S. Marine Corps Entrenching Tool & Carrier This is a rare U.S. Marines Corps made entrenching tool and carrier. The Marine Corps found the standard M1910 e-tool would snap on extreme hard terrain and re-enforced the back of the spade. The Corps also made their own carriers retaining the M1910 buckle, which differs from the M1928 carrier's buckle. The retaining strap is rather fragile.
U.S. Marine Corps ERDL Jacket This is an excellant example of a U.S. Marine Corps ERDL ( Engineer, Research, Development, Laboratary ) camouflage jacket. The ERDL uniform was restricted issue to pathfinder and reconnaissance combat units in 1968. However in 1969 it was selected issue to front-line infantry companies. This example is post-Vietnam War manufactured, dated 1977. The jacket is a size medium (40" to 42" chest ).
U.S. Marine Corps Four Pocket Dress Blue Tunic This is a very nice example of the four pocket dress blue tunic which was officially adopted in 1946. However this example appears to be dated 1942-43. It has two medal ribbons for service during WW2. The Asiatic-Pacific and the American Campaign medals. It is a small tunic approximately 36" chest.
U.S. Marine Corps Grenade Pouch This is a mint un-issued Marine Corps two pocket grenade pouch which differs from the army issue examples which have three pockets.
U.S. Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal This is the U.S. Marine Corps 2nd Haitian Campaign medal which was fought between 1919 and 1920.
U.S. Marine Corps Haitian Campaign Medal & 1919-20 Bar This is a very nice example of the 1915 U.S. Marine Corps Haitian campaign medal with 1919 -1920 bar.
U.S. Marine Corps HBT Garrison Cap This is a non-regulation herringbone twill garrison cap which was part of the utility HBT uniform for training and fatigues. This example is in near mint condition, size stamped \"6.7/8\". It also has the original owners marine corps service number \"B0538\".
U.S. Marine Corps Hexamine Stove & Fuel Tablets This is a rare U.S. Marine Corps Hexamine stove which is dated 1943 and marked NON-38075-U.S.M.C. J.W.S.- M3-1943". The stove comes with three packets of Hexamine fuel tablets.
U.S. Marine Corps Ike Jacket This is a mint example of the so-called Ike jacket, however it was more commonly referred to, by the marines themselves as the Battle Jacket. It was worn as a alternative to the Winter Dress jacket and was quite sort after by marines, as it was deemed as a more fashionable than the standard winter dress jacket. This example has the unit insignia 4th Marine Division, Private First Class ( PFC ) chevrons. It also still has a cleaning tag attached on the inside.
U.S. Marine Corps In Colour Photographs The is a Europa Militaria No5 publication about the United States Marine Corps during which was published in 1990.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a U.S.Marine Corps Leatherneck magazine, which is dated January 1968 and has a 1968 pull-out calendar.
U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck Magazine This is a February 1963 dated U.S. Marine Corps Leatherneck magazine.
U.S. Marine Corps M1941 HBT Jacket This is a worn example of a M1941 hbt jacket issued to the Marine Corps. The jacket is missing two of its buttons. The remaining buttons are Marine Corps marked. The cuffs have some slight fraying and there are a couple of small holes. The Marine Corps emblem on the chest pocket is clearly visible.
U.S. Marine Corps Nicaraguan 1st Campaign Medal This is a 1912 dated, U.S. Marine Corps 1st campaign medal.
U.S. Marine Corps Nicaraguan 2nd Campaign Medal This is a Marine Corps Nicaraguan 2nd campaign medal with ribbon bar. The 2nd Nicaraguan was fought between 1926 to 1930.
U.S. Marine Corps Philippine Campaign Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps philippine campaign medal of 1899 to 1903.
U.S. Marine Corps Service Dress Visor Cap This is a WW2 manufactured U.S. Marine Corps service dress visor cap, which is in excellent condition, which was part of the Dress Blue Service uniform.
U.S. Marine Corps Service Uniform This is a complete U.S. Marine Corps NCO\'s service uniform, consisting of visor, cap, garrison cap, shirt and tie with Marine Corps tie pin. Jacket, trouser and belt. The jacket also has a number Vietnam awards including the airborne assault badge. The uniform is a large size 40\" to 44\" chest 36\" to 38\" waist. and mainly post-Vietnam war dated.
U.S. Marine Corps Soochow 1932 Medal This is a rare example of a un-official medal produced by the U.S. Marines Corps and awarded to any marine which took part in the Battle of Soochow Creek in 1932 near Shanghai, China. This example has not been awarded
U.S. Marine Corps Soochow 1937 Medal This is an unofficial and rare medal produced by the U.S. Marine Corps and awarded to any marine which took part in the Battle of Soochow Creek, near Shanghai, China. This example has not been awarded.
U.S. Marine Corps Spanish Campaign Medal & Bronze Star This is a extremely nice example of a U.S. Marine Corps 1898 Spanish campaign medal with bronze star. The medal comes with a ribbon bar.
U.S. Marine Corps Summer Garrison Cap This is a summer issue enlisted man\'s tan cotton garrison cap with Marine Corps cap badge. This example is named to a \"B.D.McLaughlin\" and also has his personal marine corps service number \"H5564\". The cap also retains its size label \"6.7/8\".
U.S. Marine Corps Suspenders A set of U.S. Marine Corps suspenders in excellent condition.
U.S. Marine Corps Suspenders A set of Marine Corps issue suspenders, in unissued condition.
U.S. Marine Corps West Indies Campaign Medal This is a 1898 dated, U.S. Marine Corps West Indies campaign medal, with rippon bar.
U.S. Marine Corps White Service Dress Belt This is a Marine Corps white service dress belt worn with the Blue service dress tunic. The belt measures 28 inches.
U.S. Marine Corps White Visor Cap This white visor cap is part of the Dress "B" uniform, which was better known as "Dress Blues". The cap has gilted buttons and U.S.M.C. emblem. The white cover is removeable, allowing the Blue cover to be worn with the Dress "A" uniform. This example has the original paper size label underneath the leather sweatband. "6.7/8". The cap has original owners name written on the underside of the sweatband " E.L.KERSEN ".
U.S. Marine Corps Winter Garrison Cap This is a enlisted man\'s marine corps garrsion cap in forest green wool. The cap retains its marines badge and contract label which gives the name of the maker as \"Advance Headwear Co, Los Angeles\". The cap is also size marked \"6.3/4\". This example is also named \"A.G.KNITTEL\". The cap has suffered with one small moth nip, otherwise it is in very good condition.
U.S. Marine Corps Winter Service Dress Jacket This is a excellent example of the U.S. Marine Corps winter dress jacket. The jacket retains all of it's buttons, collar insignia and unit patch. ( Ships Detachment ). The jacket has the rank chevrons of a sergeant is maker marked in the sleeve and dated 1943. It also retains the original owners name "A.E.Foley".
U.S. Marine Corps Winter Service Dress Jacket This is a winter service dress jacket in forest green. The jacket is in excellent condition retaining all of it's Buttons and collar insignia. The sleeve of the jacket has a faint maker's mark and the name of the original owner "E.W.Huszar".
U.S. Marine Corps Winter Service Dress Trousers A mint example of Marine Corps winter dress trousers, which are approximately a size 28\" waist with a 32\" leg. The trousers are named to a \"N.D.Raney\".
U.S. Marine Corps Winter Service Dress Trousers 1944 dated Marine Corps winter dress trousers which measure 28" waist and 29" inside leg. The trousers have suffered with some minor moth damage to the inside of the left leg.
U.S. Marine Corps Yangtze Service Medal This is a nice example of the U.S. Marine Corps Yangtze Service medal.
U.S. Marine Corps/Navy Badge A small lapel badge, worn by members of the U.S marines and navy, when in civilian clothing.
U.S. Medical Wadding Roll This is a medical wadding roll which is still sealed and maker marked "Stearns & Foster Co".
U.S. Messtins A nice set of aluminium non-dated messtins stamped \"U.S.\" and made by \"WYOTT\".
U.S. MG Spare Parts Wallet This is a pre-1944 produced spare parts wallet for the 30cal and 50cal machine guns. The tan colour identifies the spare parts wallet as pre-1944 manufactured. However it appears to have been post-war used, probably during the Vietnam Ware as the pouch has been marked "M16"
U.S. Military Map This is a U.S. military map of eastern Holland and Goch in western Germany. The map has been re-issued and was originally showing the Lockerbie area in Scotland, which has lines marked "cancelled" This example is dated 1944.
U.S. Military Map Regensburg This is a U.S. military map of Regensburg, Germany, which was published by the Navy and War Department. The map was drafted by the 649th Engineer Topography Battalion and dated 1945. The back of the map has a number of small German town layouts of the Regensburg area.
U.S. Military Police M1911A1 Pistol Magazine Pouch This is a 1989 dated magazine Military police issue pouch for the M1911A1 pistol.
U.S. Military Police Visor Cap This is a enlisted man\'s visor cap, which was worn by Military Police in rear areas. The cap has a dyed white with cotton top. The enlisted man\'s visor cap was replaced by the garrison cap in 1941. However the Military Police retained the visor cap as a distinctive item of their duty uniform. The cap retains it\'s size tag \"7.5/8\".
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This is a reversible Mitchell camouflage helmet cover which the Federal Stock Number ( FSN ) dates the helmet cover between late 1964 to early 1965. This example is very well used with rust stains and a number of small rips.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This is a 1969 dated reversible camouflage Mitchell helmet cover. This example has suffered with rip to the side of the cover, otherwise it is in good condition.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This is a good example of a 1974 dated Mitchell reversible Mitchell camouflage helmet cover.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This is a good example of reversible camouflage Mitchell helmet cover. The Defence Supply Agency ( DSA ) contract number dates this example between late 1965 to early 1966.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Helmet Cover This is a good example of a reversible camouflage Mitchell helmet cover which is dated 1975.
U.S. Mitchell Camouflage Pup-Tent This is a rare pup-tent made form two Mitchell camouflage shelter-halfs. One of the shelter-halfs is dated June 1953 and still retains it's contract label. The pup-tent comes with six poles, two of which are Vietnam War dated, it also comes with six U.S. army tent pegs. One shelter-half is faded, while the other is in extremely good condition.
U.S. MKIIA1 Inert Fragmentation Grenade This a inert MK11A1 fragmentation grenade which was was introduced into the U.S. Army in 1918 and was the standard grenade used by the U.S. army during WW2 and Korea. It also was continued to by used during the Vietnam war. This is a post-war example and has the later Vietnam era M204 fuse. The blue lever indicates the fuse is for drill use. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Mortar Gradient Level A WW2 Mortar Gradient level, however I am not sure for want calibre mortar it is for.
U.S. Mortar Gradient Level This is a WW2 U.S. mortar gradient level, however i am not sure for what calibre mortar it is for.
U.S. Navy Summer Flight Coveralls ( Vietnam Issue ) This is a CS-FRP-1 U.S. Navy summer issue flight coveralls dated 1967 and made by " COVINGTON INDUSTRIES, INC". The suit is made of fire resistant polyamide and is a size 36R.
U.S. Navy Fixed Bale M1 Helmet This is a excellent example of the U.S. Navy fixed bale M1 helmet which was produced from July 1941 to October 1943. The liner is maker marked with the letter \"F\" within a shield which identifies the maker as \"Firestone Tire & Rubber Company\". The inside the shell is painted green where the outside is painted Navy Blue.
U.S. Navy Issue Flash Light Tis is a Vietnam era Navy issue grey Fulton hand torch, and is in good condition and looks to have the original bulb.
U.S. Navy M1 Rear Seamed Helmet This is a late-war U.S. Navy M1 helmet, which would have been produced between November 1944 to August 1945. Rear seamed manganese rim, and olive drab No7 shade chinstraps. The helmet would have originally been issued in green to the Navy, who overpainted them either blue or battleship grey. The liner is marked with overlapping \"MSA\" within a circle identifying the manufacturer as The Mine Safety Appliances Company.
U.S. Navy M1941 Jacket This is a M1941 Jacket which as NAVY DEPARTMENT on its manufacturers tag and giving size 38. The jacket is in fair condition and has the usual frayed cuffs. The zipper is in good working order. On the left breast there seems to have been a name where the stitching is still visible.
U.S. Navy MK1 7 x 50 Binoculars U.S. Navy MK1, model 2, 7 x 50 binoculars. which still come in there original leather case. This example is in very good condition, with clear optics and. dated 1941 The binoculars where produced by \"Bausch & Lomb, Rochester, New York State.
U.S. Navy Officers Summer Visor Cap This is a summer/tropical issue U.S. Navy officers visor cap in excellent condition. The cap was produced by \"DONALD.S. LVIGNE\" of Miami, Florida. The cap is size mrked 7.1/8\". The leather sweatband has the \"ALCO BRAND\" trade mark.
U.S. Navy Officers Visor Cap This is a very nice example of a U.S. Navy officers white visor cap, which was produced by \"ART CAPA\" of New York. The cap is approximately a 7.1/4\".
U.S. Navy Petrol Boat Unit Badge This is a unit badge belonging PBR 544 ( Petrol Boat River ). The navy deployed PBR's from march 1966 to the end of 1971, growing to 250 petrol boats.
U.S. Navy Thompson SMG Sling This is a U.S. Navy Thompson submachine gun issue sling.
U.S. Navy Water Bottle Pouch & M1910 Water Bottle Set This is a rubberised water bottle pouch which would have been issued to Navy personnel such river patrol boot crews. The pouch comes with a standard M1910 water bottle an cup which are both dated 1945. The bottle is maker marked S.M.CO. and the cup is marked E.A.CO.
U.S. Navy Weapons Unit Badge This is a U.S. Navy weapons unit badge belonging to "33 AGS" ( Advance Gun System ).
U.S. Navy Whistle This is a 1944 dated Navy whistle, which good working order.
U.S. Navy WW2 Veterans Medal Group This is a WW2 Navy veterans medal group group consisting for five medals from left to right, Navy good conduct medal, with the Veterans indentification disc, Asitatic Pacific Campaign, European, African and Middle East Campaign, Victory medal and the occupation service medal with the European bar. The of the Veteran is \"Harold J. Woehrmyer who died at the age of 92 on the 7th November 2003. The medals all come together in a burgundy felt covered case.
U.S. Navy/Marine Corps MKIV Gasmask & Pouch This is a MKIV gasmask, which was issued to Navy and Marine Corps personnel. The gas mask is dated 1945 and comes with its grey coloured pouch. The gasmask is in excellant condition with rubber face peace and hoses still soft and relatively supple. The straps are also in good condition.
U.S. No1 MK4 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a U.S. made No4 MK1 rifle which was produced by the U.S. firm Savage Stevens and supplied to the British army as war aid during WW2. U.S. made No4 rifles where only produced between 1942 to 1944 and are marked with a U.S. ordnance proof mark on the left side of the receiver which is also stamped "U.S. Property". This example has been modified to a sniper rifle with the addition of the check pad and the locking screw. The rear two aperture battle sight has been cut and a hole drilled into the top hand guard to allow a scope to be mounted. The rifle also has proof markings by Enfield and Birmingham which appears to have been done in 1946. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. No4 MKII Bayonet This is a U.S. made No4 MKII bayonet for the British No4 rifle, which was produced as part of the wartime lend-lease agreement between the United States and the United Kingdom. The bayonet was manufactured by Savage Stevens. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. No4 MKII Bayonet This is a U.S. made No4 MK1 bayonet for use with the British No4 MK1 rifle. The bayonet was produced as war aid by the United States for the United Kingdom during WW2. All U.S. made bayonet where manufactured by Savage Stevens and are stamped with the letter 'S". Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Officers M1926 Short Overcoat This is an officers Short M1926 overcoat, which was initially an optional item, which could be worn in formation only if all officers where wearing the same coat. However this was not always the case and was a favoured item in cold weather. This example is in excellant condiition and is approximately a size 44" chest.
U.S. Officers Private Purchase M1941 Field Jacket This is a private purchase army officer\'s M1941 field jacket, which has a high quality woollen lining for the body and silk lining for the sleeves, which has some slight fraying to the cuffs. The zipper is in good working order and is \"TALON\" marked. The field jacket has the rank of captain and the divisional patch of the 5th Army and is approximately a 42-44\" chest.
U.S. Officers Trouser Belt This is officers webbing trouser belt which measures 36 inches. The buckle is marked "Solid Brass".
U.S. Officers Trousers U.S. officers elastique wool trousers which are a pink shade and became commonly known as \"Pinks\". This example are approximately a 30\" waist with 32\" inside leg and retain the original owners personal service number.
U.S. Officer\'s Marine Corps Field Bag This is the 2nd pattern Marine Corps officer\'s field bag, which is maker marked \"BOYT\" and dated 1944.
U.S. Officer\'s Chocolate Tunic This is a mint example of a Lieutenants tunic belonging to the Signal Corps. The tunic was tailored by The Hamilton Tailoring & Co, Cincinnati, Ohio. The tunic still retains the original owner\'s name tag. \" Mr P.Fragmen and dated 17/03/1944.
U.S. Officer\'s Elastique Service Dress Trousers An officers trousers in dark wool elasttique cloth. The trousers are in very good condition and appear to have the original owners name \"Smith H.E.\" The trousers are approximately a 32\" waist.
U.S. Other Ranks Ike Jacket. This is a standard 1944 pattern Ike jacket dated 14th April 1945. It is in good condition, however it is a small size \"34S\". The manufacturer of the jacket was \" WULF BROTHERS. INC \"
U.S. P17 Bayonet When the United states entered WW1 it took into service the British P13 bayonet as the U.S. P17 bayonet retaining all the charactistics of the original British P13 bayonet, including the deep grooves cut into the grips, but with the addition of a clearing hole on the pommel. The British scabbard was also retained but the top mount was modified with the addition of the M1910 belt hook. The scabbards would also be normally painted green. The ricasso is marked with the maker's name "Remington" and the pattern date 1917. It is also stamped "U.S." and the ordnance flaming bomb with the "eagle" inspector's stamp. The scabbard is maker marked "Jewell" and dated 1918 with traces of the original green paint remaining. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. Paratroopers Shroud Cutter This is a parachute shroud cutter, which was issued to all paratroopers and aircrew. This example is in excellant condition. However there are no markings and post-war examples are identical to the WW2 pattern. I can not confirm if this is actually WW2 or post-war.
U.S. Patients Effects Bag This is a unissued patients effects bag, which is maker marked \"Minnesota Aerospace Corporation\".
U.S. Pick Axe Matlock Carrier This is a 1951 dated pick axe matlock carrier.
U.S. Plastic Spoon This is a sealed plastic spoon which would have been part of the contents of the field ration pack.
U.S. PRC-6 Radio Transmitter & Receiver The PRC-6 Radio transmitter and receiver, better known as the \"Walkie Talkie\", which replaced the WW2 BC-611 radio transmitter and receiver during the Korean War and was used to the end of the Vietnam War. This example is in good condition complete with it\'s antenna and wrist strap. The internals of the radio appears to be in good order. However i have not tested the unit and can not guarantee if it works or not.
U.S. Pup-Tent Pegs A set of U.S. army pup-tent pegs, which are "U.S."marked. The pegs are also maker marked "ALTRO".
U.S. Quatermaster Corps Sleeve badge worn by members of the Quartermaster Corps.
U.S. Ration Pack This is a complete 1960's un-issued U.S. ration pack, which contains four un-open cans. White Bread, Chicken Boned, peanut butter, and the forth can, which i do not know what it contains. The ration pack also contains the white plastic spoon still sealed in it's polythene bag. The ration pack also contains a sealed accessories bag containing, Sugar, coffee, Cream, salt, chewing gum, matches, toilet paper. ( I have used a open packet to illustrate the contents ). The ration is not for consumption and does suffer from leakage. It is for display only.
U.S. Ration Pack This is a 1960's un-issued ration pack, containing four cans of food stuffs. Beans with Meatballs in Tomato Sauce, Two cans of crackers, and one can of Cheese spread. The ration pack comes with it's white plastic spoon still sealed in it's polythene bag. The ration pack also comes with a accessories bag containing, Coffe, Sugar,Cream, Salt, Chewing gum, matches, Malboro cigarettes and Toilet paper. The ration pack is not for consumption, just for display only. The ration pack has also suffered with some leakage.
U.S. Ration Pack This is a un-issued 1960's ration pack, containing four food stuffs. Pear Quarters, Ham & Eggs, Crackers and Jam Pineapple. The ration pack also contains it's white plastic spoon and a accessories bag, which contains, Coffee, Salt, Sugar, Cream, Chewing gum, matches and toilet paper. The ration pack is not for consumption, just for display only. It has suffered form some leakage.
U.S. Ration Pack This a 1960's ration pack containing four cans of food stuffs. Two of the cans are empty, Beans with Meatballs in Tomato Sauce, and Chocolate Nut Roll. The other two cans are still sealed, Crackers and Jam Pinapple. The ration pack still has it's white plastic spoon and comes with it's accessories containing, Salt, Coffee, Cream, Sugar, Chewing Gum, matches, and Toilet paper.
U.S. Reversible Ski Parka This is an extremely good example of a reversible parka from green to white and was originally designed for use with ski troops. The parka was discontinued in May 1941 when it was officially replaced with the fur trimmed pattern. The back of the parka has the soldiers personal service number. It has also been period shortened.
U.S. SBR Gas Mask & Haversack This is a U.S. gas mask which dates from mid 1918 and is based on the British Small Box Respirator or SBR for short. The Americans called their gas mask, The American corrected English Box Respirator. It was very similar to the British design with slight differences to the bag and gas mask. The American gas masks had a service card detailing usage, which is included. The haversack has lift dot fasteners instead of the brass snaps. This example has dried and the lenses have completely perished. The haversack has been personalised with the original owner name, number and unit D, Company 4th Infantry Regiment.
U.S. SBR Gas Mask & Haversack This is a U.S. gas mask, which dates from mid 1918 and is based on the British Small Box Respirator or SBR for short. The Americans called their gas mask the American corrected English box respirator and is very similar in design to the British pattern with very slight differences. The U.S. gas masks came with a service/instruction card, which is included in the this example. The haversack had lift-dot fasteners instead of the brass snap fasteners. The gas mask is in good condition considering its age and the materials its made from. However it does have a hole at the end of the hose connecting the mask to the filter.
U.S. SBR Gas Mask & Haversack This is a U.S. gas mask which dates to mid 1918 and is based on the British Small Box Respirator or "SBR". The Americans called their gas mask, The American corrected English box respirator and is very similar to the British pattern with slight differences to the bag and gas mask. This example's hose has dried and come apart. The mask is also become quite dry. The American gas mask tended to come with a service/instruction card, which is missing.
U.S. Semi-Relic M1 Fixed Bale Helmet This is a semi-relic M1 fixed bale helmet shell which would have been produced between July 1941 to October 1943. The shell retains its bales which normally broken off. top of the helmet appears to have some battle damage in the form of two dents and a crack.
U.S. Service Stripes Seven red service stripes, which stripe indicates six months service.
U.S. Sewing kit A issue sewing kit, consisting of a packet of spare buttons, needles, safety pins and thread.
U.S. Sleeping Bag Carrying Harness This is the sleeping bag carrying harness, in unissued condition.
U.S. Small Auxiliary Pouch This is a small unissued auxiliary pouch which could have been used for either small personal items such as sewing needles, thread or weapon parts such as springs, screws firing pins etc. It is maker marked "Fungus Jaclin MFG" and dated 1945.
U.S. Special Forces Camouflage Combat Vest This is a Vietnam theatre produced special forces combat vest made from ERDL tropical rip-stop material. The combat vest has been given a number of pockets to hold M16 magazines including two on the back, which allowed easier access to rifle magazines while in the prone position.
U.S. Spitfire Carbine ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. The Spitfire carbine is an American semi-automatic carbine in .45ACP, which is aesthetically based on the Thompson submachine gun, which has lead it being referred to as the "Poor Man's Thompson". It was manufactured in Phoenix, Arizona in the 1960's with a 16" barrel, however it is common to find some examples with shortened barrel. Due to the low cost in comparison to the genuine Thompson a large number of these weapons where exported to Central America and where even used by the Mexican Police. This example is a pre-1995 deactivation with full moving parts. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
U.S. Style M1 Helmet I believe this to be a foreign made M1 helmet probably German Belgium or Dutch. The liner is definately of Dutch origin and is very similar to the U.S. wartime examples including the tan straps. The helmet would be ideal for WW2 or Vietnam war re-enactment, For WW2 you will have to change the chinstrap. For Vietnam just add a Mitchell helmet cover.
U.S. Style Pistol Belt This is a U.S. style pistol belt with a British style fastening clip.
U.S. Sunburn Cream A tin of sunburn cream which was manufactured by Seaboard Manufacturing Laboratories Inc.
U.S. Tent-Half Poles A set of three tent-half poles, which are all dated 1967 and maker marked "U.G.B. Co".
U.S. Thompson Submachine Gun Oil Bottle This is a oil bottle for the U.S. Thompson submachine gun.
U.S. TL-122 Angled Torch This is early 1970's produced TL-122 angle torch with spare coloured lenses.
U.S. TL-122 Angled Torch This is a early 1970's TL-122 produced angled torch with spare coloured lenses.
U.S. Tropical Scarf This is a U.S. Army issue tropical scarf, which also doubled as a bandana.
U.S. Tropical Scarf This is a U.S. Army issue tropical scarf, which also doubled as a bandana.
U.S. Tropical Trousers Tropical issue rip-stop trousers, which are size marked 31 to 35 inch waist and 29 inch leg. The trousers have had the button fly replaced with a period zipper and retain their contract label, which gives the maker name \"M.L.W.CO\" and dated 1969. The trousers also have the soldier\'s personal service number tacked to them.
U.S. Tropical Trousers A good example of rip-stop tropical issue trousers, which are dated 1967 and are size marked 27\" to 31\" waist with 32\" inside leg.
U.S. Tropical Trousers Tropical rip-stop issue trousers which are size marked 31 to 35 inch waist and a 32 inch leg. The trousers have had the fly-buttons replaced with a period zipper . They retain their contract label which dates the trousers to 1969 and the maker\'s name \"M.L.W.CO\". The trousers also have the soldier\'s personal metal ID disc tacked to the hip pocket. The left thigh pocket is also marked with two yellow letters \"M I P\". However we i have no ideal what it signifies.
U.S. Unit Distinctive Insignia A set of distinctive unit insignia belonging to the 320th Field Artillery Regiment, whose latin motto reads "Volen et Potens" ( Willing & Able ).
U.S. Vehicle Axe This is a large vehicle axe, which is maker marked "True Temper, Flint Edge Kelly work".
U.S. WAAC HBT Shirt This is a unissued Women\'s Auxiliary Army Corps HBT shirt with the internal gas flap. Women\'s shirts differ from mens as it buttons on the right side, where he men\'s shirts button on the left. The shirt\'s size label gives the size as \"XL\" ( Extra Large ).
U.S. WAAC M1943 Field Jacket This is a unissued example of a Women\'s Auxiliary Army Corps M1943 field jacket. Unlike the mens M1943 field jackets, the women\'s version closed on the right side. This example is size marked \"14 Large\" and retains it\'s contract label with gives the date as 20th November 1944 and the makers name \"HENRY WIESS\".
U.S. WAAC M1943 Field Trousers A unissued example of Women\'s Auxiliary Army Corps M1943 field trousers, which differ from men\'s M1943 field trousers buy buttoning up on the left hip and the end of the trousers have elasticated foot underside straps. The trousers retains all of it\'s makers lot and bundle tags, with the batch number 803. The trousers also has the maker\'s name tag \"Crawley Milner & Co, Detroit\'. The trousers also have their size tag \".14L\"
U.S. WAAC M1943 Field Trousers This is the women\'s version of the M1943 field trousers, which differ from the men\'s issue by buttoning up on the left hip and have elasticated foot under strap. This example\'s elasticated foot under strap has torn apart. Otherwise the trousers are in good condition with no further tears or rips. They retain their size label which gives the size 18 regular.
U.S. WAAC M1943 Jacket Liner This is a thick wool liner for the Women\'s M1943 field jacket. The liner has knitted neck and cuffs and became standard issue during the summer of 1944. This example is in extremely good condition with just one minor moth nip to the left cuff and the neck. The jacket retains it\'s size and contract labels. The jacket is size marked \"XL\" ( Extra Large ). The contract label gives the pattern date as 25th August 1944, with a army acceptance date as 20th December 1944. It also has the name of the manufacturer \'RUDY CLOTHES\".
U.S. WAAC Officers Jacket This is the 2nd pattern officer\'s jacket worn by both army nurses and members of the Women\'s Auxiliary Army Corps. This example has the insignia of the WAAC and the unit patch of the 8th Army Airforce. The rank bars is that of First Lieutenant. The jacket is in good condition and is approximately a size 36\" chest with a 32\" waist. The cuff of the jacket has overseas service strips, which indicate that the owner has completed six months overseas service.
U.S. War Correspondent Garrison Cap This is a War correspondent\'s garrison cap, which is officer quality and has the personal service number of the original owner. The cap is size marked 7.1/4.
U.S. War Correspondent Garrison Cap This is a War Correspondent\'s officer quality garrison cap, which has suffered with some minor mothing to he top rear of the cap.
U.S. War Correspondent Garrison Cap This is a War Correspondent\'s garrison cap which is a enlisted man\'s issue.
U.S. Water Bottle Set This is a water bottle set consisting of a M1956 pouch which dated 1962 ( E-62 ). The plastic water bottle is dated 1969 and the M1942 drinking cup is not dated but maker marked \"WCW\" and \"U.S.\" stamped.
U.S. Water Proof Individual Protective Cover This is a water proof individual protective cover which is still sealed. The protective cover would have been used to keep personal effects dry. It would have also been used to protect the M1911A1 pistol.
U.S. Water Purification Tablets A small bottle of water purification tablets, which are still sealed and dated March 1967.
U.S. Weapons Tool Pouch This is weapons tool pouch for use with heavy weapons such as the 30cal, 50cal, M60 machine guns and mortars.
U.S. White M1936 Pistol Belt This is a white M1936 pistol belt which is maker marked \"King\'s Point MFG CO.INC\" and dated 1984. The White issue M1936 pistol belt was worn as a parade belt and also by the Military police.
U.S. Wool Serge Trousers Late-war wool serge trousers, which has suffered with some very minor moth nips. However this example retains the contract label which gives the makers name "Blankson Clothes, Inc" with a production date 27th December 1944 and a pattern date of 10th January 1945. The trousers have the "Special " designation by having an internal gas flap in the same material as the trousers. Besides the minor moth nips the trousers are in very good condition and size stamped 30" waist with a 31" inside leg.
U.S. WW1 Grenade Vest This is a mint un-issued grenade vest which was introduced in 1918 to accommodate VB rifle grenades. It is a popular misconception that these vests were never used during WW1. However this miconception is incorrect as a limited number where used by soldiers using VB launchers. The vest has an adjustable strap that went over the head and two smaller straps that tied around the back and was worn over the soldiers chest. The vest was very soldom used by U.S. troops during WW2. This example is dated May 1918, has the makers initials \"H.H.& Co\" and is also stamped \" Inspected by John.E.Wright\".
U.S. WW1 M-1912 Pattern Uniform This is a very nice example of the M-1912 pattern uniform. The M-1912 uniform become the basis for the 1917 pattern. The main difference between the M-1912 and the M-1917 pattern tunics are that he M-1912 was made from finer wool the 1917 pattern being coarser. The branch of service collar disc is for Infantry. The uniform consists of tunic and breeches.
U.S. WW2 30 Cal Machine Gun Ammuition Tin This is a U.S. WW2 era ammunition tin, which would have contained 250 rounds of belted 30.06mm round for the 30 cal machine gun. This example, is maker marked \"Camco\" and stamped with the U.S. Ordnance stamp.
U.S. WW2 50 Calibre Drill Rounds Two 50 calibre drill rounds which have the makers code "F" for Federal Cartridge Corporation" with the single number 4, which is the year designation of production 1944. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. WW2 90mm Shell Case This is a U.S. 90mm shell case which would been used on the M1 anti-Aircraft gun, M36 tank destroyer and the M26 Pershing battle tank. The shell case is maker marked \"C.B.&Co\" and dated 1944.
U.S. WW2 Fighting Knife This is a bowie style fighting knfie which was one of the many civilian hunting knives donated to the army or brought by soldiers prior to the introuction of the M3 fighting knife. This example was produced by "Queen Cutlery" and comes with personalised leather scabbard which has the letters "PJQAA" scratched into it. The scabbard also appears to have a some type of unit mark. The retaining strap has torn and a of which is missing. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. WW2 Hunting Knife ( Pal RH 36 ) During the early years of WW2, the majority of U.S. fighting troops brought their own hunting knives to be used as fighting knives until 1943, when the M3 fighting knife started to become standard issue to Army troops and the K-Bar to U.S. Marines. One of the most popular hunting knives to be brought by marines and army personal was the PAL RH36. In the early 1940's the PAL Cutlery Company was brought by Remington. The initials RH on the blade stands for "Remington Hunting" . This example is in fair condition and comes with its original leather scabbard. Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. WW2 Ka-Bar Fighting Knife This is a WW2 era Ka-Bar fighting knife, used by the United States Marine Corps. This example is in very good condition and comes with it's dark brown leather scabbard which is maker marked "Boytt" and dated 1943. The scabbard is also marked "U.S.N." ( United States Navy ). Proof of age must be provided. U.K. Sales Only.
U.S. WW2 M1 Liner This is a WW2 era liner for the M1 helmet. The liner has been re-strapped after 1945 and has had paratrooper A-frame straps added and the chinstrap cup. The liner retains its original wartime finish and was produced by Westinghouse, identified by the letter "W" within a oval.
U.S. WW2 M2 Shell Case This is a MKII M2 shell case which is dated 1943.
U.S. WW2 MKII M2 Shell Case This is a MKII M2 shell case, which dated 1942.
U.S. WW2 Pilots Survival Light This is a red navigational red survival light which would normally be attached to the lift jacket worn by aircrews. This example is in excellent condition and maker marked "Colvin Slocum Boats Inc".
U.S. WW2 Victory Medal This is the Victory medal awarded to all military personal who saw service during WW2.
U.S./RAF Type MS-22001 Oxygen Mask This is a U.S. TYPE MS-22001 oxygen mask which is based on wartime produced masks. The type MS-2201 oxygen mask was used on all U.S. jet aircraft in the 1950's and early 1960's. This example is actually a RAF issue item and has had the flying helmet attachments altered to fit the type G flying helmet. It is complete with oxygen hose and mircophone and was produced by the "Maryland Small Arms Company". The oxygen mask is stamped "LARGE SIZE".
U.S.Army Airforce M1941 2nd Pattern Field Jacket This is M1941 2nd pattern field jacket belonging to a Technical Sergeant from the 4th Airforce, which was activated on 18th December 1940. The 4th Airforce area of operations was of the Southwestern and lower midwest regions of the United States. The main role of the 4th Airforce was the training of airforce reservists prior to deployment for overseas. The jacket is in a very well used condition with fraying to the cuffs and collar. The right upper sleeve is also torn. One half of the zipper appears to have been replaced. However it is still an nice original piece, which is uncommon to find the original insignia still attached.
U.S.Army Armoured Patch This is the patch worn by the 27th Armoured Corps.
U.S.M.C . Mitchell Camouflage Straps A pair of Mitchell camouflage straps as issued to the U.S.Marine Corps.
U.S.M.C. Mitchell Camouflage Straps A pair of Mitchell camouflage straps as issued to the U.S. Marine Corps.
U.S.M.C. Officers Dress Whites This is a very good example of the white dress uniform, which was stipulated to be worn in the hot season or in the tropics on special ocasions. The tunic has the marine corps gold guilted buttons with the marine corps emblem on the collar. The rank bars are missing. The tunic still retains its marine corps contract label and was made by G.U.Williams & Co 246.S.Eleventh St. Philadelphia. The trousers also retain the marine corps contract label.
U.S.Navy Flight Survival Vest This is a U.S.Navy's pilots survival vest know as the SV1. This example is in mint condition and was produced by L.W.FOSTER, SPORTSWEAR Co, Inc.
U.S.Navy M1941 Jacket This is a U.S. Navy M1941 jacket which differ from army M41 jackets by not having epaulettes, cuff or waist adjusters. The left breast is also marked \"U.S.N.\" The jacket is in good condition without any fraying to the collar or cuffs.
U.S.Navy/Airforce Pilots Knee Pad A flight suit Knee pad with the original owners name still attached "RIEDER"
U.S.Special Forces Parachute Harness & Haversack This is a rare U.S. special forces parachute harness, which also double as a haversack to carry weapons and individual equipment. It was developed in the early 1970\'s and saw limited use during the Vietnam war. This example is dated 1978 .
Ukrainian Officers Schuma Sidecap This is an extremely rare Ukrainian security police ( Schuma ) officers sidecap. The leather sweatband has hardened, however the cap is in excellant condition without any moth damage.
Ukrainian Schuma NCO\'s Collar Patches A extremely rare pair of Ukrainian Security Police NCO\'s collar patches.
Umarex MP40 Magazine This is a Umarex airsoft MP40 magazine still sealed in its original packet.
Un-Issued Battledress Denim Blouse This is a un-issued denim battledress blouse which is size stamped 6 and dated 1943. The blouse also "WD" marked and stamped with the 1943 year code "M"
Un-issued Wirecutters Un-issued wirecutters which are still sealed. I have opened this example to show the wirecutters, which are stamped with the war department arrow, WD marked and dated 1945. The item you buy will still be sealed.
Unissued Packt of Tobacco A unissued 50 gram paper packet of tobacco. The paper packet has torn in places. However sellotape has been used to stop from taring even more. The paper seal is still intact and is marked with an eagle and swastika and \" Steuerbegunftigt\"
United States Marine Corps Flag A united States Marine Corps Flag
Utility Strap This is a utiltiy strap which is either dated 1962 or 1982, with a maker's stamp "W.A.T."
V.A.D Transport Shoulder Titles A pair of Voluntary Aid Detachment driver's shoulder titles. The V.A.D. Was a voluntary organisation which consisted of voluntary medical personnel working in field hospitals overseas and within the United Kingdom.
Verkehrs-Aufsicht Armband This is a traffic control armband, worn by personal from any branch of service or para-military formations including NSKK whom where appointed to control and direct civilian and military traffic.
Vickers Machine Ammunition Belt This is a shortened vickers canvas ammunition belt which can hold 140 inert 303 rounds. The belt is dated 1943 and maker marked Dunlop
Vickers Machine Ammunition Belt This is a shortened canvas ammunition belt for the Vickers machine gun, which can hold 70 inert 303 rounds. The belt was produced by Dunlop and dated 1943.
Vickers Machine Gun Manual This is a Vickers machine gun manual, which is part of the Small Arms Identification series published by Ian Skennerton Books. The manual has drawings, descriptions with a list of numbered parts and accessories all relating to the .303 Vickers machine gun.
Victorian British Rifle Officers Busby ( part of item No 52785 ) This is the busby belonging to the rifle officers tunic item number 52785. The busby is in good condition. However it is missing the Regiments Cap badge and does have some minor damage. The makers details are still present with the Queens crown ( Victoria ). The maker was Hawkes & Co, London, Piccadilly. The leather chinstrap is still attached but missing one button.
Victorian British Rifle Regiment Tunic Busby This an extremely rare and excellant condition tunic and busby belonging to an officer of the Rifles.The tunic has two internal pocket slashes to allow the wearer to put additional metarial like straw for extra warmth. The Tunic has the officers aiguillette still attached. ( Please see next addition for Busby . Item number 52786 )
Vietnam Framed Medal Group & Documents This is a superb group of eight medals to Captain R.B. Wilkie U.S. Army, who served with the 183rd Aviation Company in Vietnam. The group consists of the following, Bronze Star, Air Medal with oak leaf cluster, Army Commendation Medal with \"V\" device, Purple Heart with oak leaf cluster, National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal with two campaign stars, Armed Forces Reserve Medal and Vietnam Service Campaign medal with 1960 bar. All of the medals are issued unnamed and mounted as worn. The medals come with two cloth badges one from the F-16 Supply Section of the 32nd Air Tactical Base. A original award certificate for the Bronze Star. Which was award to Captain Robert B.Wilkie 02311690, Artillery U.S. Army for his meritorious achievement in ground operations against hostile forces in the Republic of Vietnam during the period November 1966 to October 1967. There are three large photographs of the recipient and his family at the presentation of the Bronze Star. These where in the enveloped addressed to the recipient\'s wife ( I have blacked out the address, on the listing ) The photographs are from his Commanding Officer of the 183rd Aviation Company in San Francisco, with the citation for the Bronze Star and copy of the General Orders dated 7th October 1967 from HQ Brigade which confirms the award to Captain Wilkie. Also included is a roster of Officers showing that Captain Wilkie left the 183rd Aviation Company on 10th November 1967.
Vietnam Medal Ribbon Bar This medal ribbon bar consists of three awards, Armed Forces Expditionary Medal, Vietnam Service Medal and South Vietnamese Service Campaign medal with clasp, which was awarded to U.S. Military advisors you completed six months service with South Vietnamese forces. The back of the ribbon bar is maker marked "N.S.MEYER.INC".
Vietnam Medal Ribbon Bar This is a Vietnam War era medal ribbon bar consisting of three awards, National Defense medal, Army Good Conduct medal, with three addition years clasp and Army Commendation medal. The back of the ribbon bar is maker marked "N.S.MEYER.INC".
VLKSM Membership Badge This is a early Soviet VLKSM membership enamelled lapel badge of Lenin. The VLKSM was the Young Communist League.
VLKSM Membership Lapel Badge This is the later version of the VLKSM membership badge. The VLKSM was the Young Communist League.
Voluntary Aid Detachment Badge This is a mobile Voluntry Aid detachment badge which was an voluntary organisation. Which consisted of medical personnel working in field hospitals overseas and within the United Kingdom.
Waffen SS General\'s Single Collar Patch This is a single SS generals removeable collar patch which was worn on the white summer tunic. The patch still retains its four mini fastners which allowed the collar patches to be removed from the tunic for cleaning. The rank of the collar patch is SS-Bridgadefuhrer ( Major-General ).
Waffen SS General\'s Single Shoulder Board This is a removeable SS generals single shoulder board with the rank of SS-Brigadefuhrer ( Major-General ). The shoulder board has two mini hooks which allowed the item to be fastened to the shoulder seam of the white summer tunic.
Waffen SS Panzer Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched in type panzer shoulder straps with the rank of SS-Obersturmfuhrer ( 1st Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS Artillery Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitched in type Waffen-SS artillery officers shoulder straps which hold the rank of SS-Utersturmfuhrer ( Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS Armourer NCO's Badge This is a good example of a Waffen-SS armouer NCO's badge ( Waffenunterfuhrer ). The badge was introduced sometime in 1937.
Waffen-SS Bevo Cap Insignia A bevo Waffen-SS cap insignia, which is still attached to the cap material.
Waffen-SS Camouflage Field Cap The camouflage field cap was introduced on 1st December 1942 and was intended to be worn without insignia, which is the case with this example, which is in the blurred edge pattern. It is in very good condition and is very similar to the example which appears in the book "Einheitsfeldmutze by Daniel Fisher & Oliver Lock". The cap is pictured on page 104.
Waffen-SS Collar Patches A pack containing four single rank Waffen-SS collar patches which still retain their paper seal. The pack was part of the a box containt 24 collar patches, 4 packs contain five patches each and one pack containing 4 patches. I have decided to sell all the packs separately. I have included in the listing a picture of the box, which is not part of the sale.
Waffen-SS Concentration Unit Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of early shoulder straps with matt silver braids, piped in light brown for concentration units on a black doe skin underlay. The shoulder straps hold the rank of Oberstrumbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
Waffen-SS Corporal Chevron This is a the Waffen-SS late-war Corporal ( Sturmann ) sleeve chevron.
Waffen-SS Edelweiss Sleeve Badge This is the Waffen-SS Edelweiss sleeve badge, which would have been worn by Waffen-SS mountain troops such as Prinz Eugen and Handschar divisions.
Waffen-SS Edelwiess Mountain Troops Cap Bagde This is the Edelwiess badge with a black background which, was only worn by members of the Waffen-SS Mountain regiment "Prinz Eugen". The badge was worn on the left side of the their mountain caps ( Burgmutzen ).
Waffen-SS Edelwiess Burgmutz Badge This is a Waffen-SS Edelwiess burgmutz ( Mountain Cap ) badge which was worn by members of the Waffen-SS mountian division "Prinz Eugen". The badge is still attached to a piece of fieldgrey cloth which has been directly cut from the mountain cap.
Waffen-SS Fatique Denim Tunic This is a Waffen-SS fatique denim tunic made from herrinbone twill. The tunic is very similar to the army pattern except for the collar. The SS pattern had a stand up collar where the army pattern had a full collar. The army also switched from off white denim to reed green denim by 1940. However continued to issue the off white denim until stocks where depleted. This example has a rank pip for a Oberschutze ( Senior Private ) and dated 1940 with the makers name and size markings.
Waffen-SS Generals Collar Patches A very rare example of an un-issued pair of an Waffen-SS generals collar patches with the rank of Oberfuhrer ( Brigadier General ). The patches are still attached to their wired cord which is tied to its issue tag which reads \"Original-probe des SS-Abzeichens, SS-Oberfuhrer alu.best. ( art.nr.114 ) Dachau, den 194?. Der Chef des V.U.W.Hauptamtes I.A. The collar patches was produced at Dachau concentration camp and the 3rd digit of the date is unclear it is either 1940 or 1943. The issue tag has the signature of an SS-Hauptstrumfuhrer ( Captain ). The wire cord still retains its lead seal which is waffenampted and on the reverse has the makers code F.132 ( Franz Reischauer ). There is also a metal tag attached to the cord which is marked \"PRIMA\".
Waffen-SS Generals Collar Patches A nice example of a pair of Waffen-SS generals removeable collar patches, which would have been worn on the white summer tunic. The rank of the collar patches is that of a Obergruppenfuhrer ( General ). This particular pattern was worn uptil 1942 after which an Obergruppenfuhrer had two pips on the collar patch.
Waffen-SS General\'s Collar Patches A pair of un-issued Waffen-SS general\'s collar patches with still retain the makers paper seal. The paper seal has the serial number 4761. This example of general\'s collar patches where that worn by Gruppenfuhrer ( Lieutenant-General )between 1942 to 1945.
Waffen-SS General\'s Collar Patches A pair of un-issued Waffen-SS general\'s collar patches which still have their paper seal with the serial number 4768. This example of General\'s collar patches are of the type worn by a Obergruppenfuhrer ( General ) between 1942 to 1945.
Waffen-SS Gotz Von Berlichingen Cuff Title This is the cuff title worn by members of the Waffen-SS Panzer Grenadier Division, Gotz Von Berlichingen. The lettering and silver borders are made of aluminium thread. The Division was first raised in France autumn 1943 from training and replacement units and some Balkan Volksdeutsche. It saw action in Normandy, Carantan, Avranches. The division was withdrawn to Paris, Metz where is was rebuilt. It then saw action in the Saar area where it was badly mauled. It then took part in operation Nordwind ( Alasce ). Where it was forced back into Bavaria via Rimlingen, Schwetzengen, Nurnberg and then surrender to U.S. Forces near Achensee on 7th May 1945.
Waffen-SS M40 Single Decal Camouflage Helmet This is a extremely rare camouflage single decal Waffen-SS helmet. The SS decal has been partly painted over, but still clearly visible. The liner has a few rips but complete and the chinstrap has the makers stamp \" H.WANNWERKE.AG. Bielfeld\" and dated 1941.
Waffen-SS M43 Cap Insignia This is Waffen-SS cap M43 cap insignia, which is good condition.
Waffen-SS Mountain Troops Edelweiss Sleeve Insignia This is the the Sleeve insignia worn by members of the Waffen-SS-Freiwilligen-Gebirgsjager-Division Prinz Eugen and 13th Gebirgsjager-Division Handschar. This example is still attached to part of the sleeve material.
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Boards A pair of extremely rare un-issued Waffen-SS officers shoulders which are piped light-grey. The light-grey branch of service piping was for the Waffen-SS main office and High command departments under the authority of the Reichfuhrer Heydrich Himmler. The shoulder boards still retain their paper seal which reads \"SEIT 1896, BEVO, Z43.Stk. Jnhalt, obr 564. Bestell-Nr 771\". The rank of the shoulder boards are that of a Sturmbannfuhrer ( major ).
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of stitch-in type Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps which are piped white for Infantry and have the rank of Obersturmbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant-Colonel ).
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps with the rank of Untersturmfuhrer ( 2nd Lieutenant ). The shoulder boards have the branch of service colour red for artillery.
Waffen-SS Officers Shoulder Straps ( Mountain Troops ) A nice set of stitched in type Waffen-SS officers shoulder straps with the rank of Obersturmbannfuhrer ( Lieutenant Colonel ). The branch of service piping is green for mountain troops.
Waffen-SS Panzer Officer's M43 Cap This is a very nice example of a Waffen-SS Panzer officer's M43 cap and is of the same type as worn by the legendary tank ace "Michael Wittman", single button, metal death's head and aluminium embroided eagle. The cap has no moth damage, the leather brow sweat band is still supple and appears to have the original owners personal service number "496" with their blood group "O". The cap's lining is artificial silk.
Waffen-SS Police Identity Disc This is a extremely rare identity disc belonging to a member of the 1st SS Polizei Panzerjager Abeitlung 4 ( 1st Waffen-SS Police Tank Hunting Unit 4 ). The 1st SS Polizei Panzerjager was formed in April 1944. The identity disc reads \" 1/SS-POL-PZ-JG.4.\" with the personal number 182.
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single waffen-SS collar patch, which holds the rank of Schutze and Oberschutze ( Junior and Senior Private )
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS single rank collar patch, which holds the rank of Schutze and Oberschutze ( Junior and Senior Private ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS collar patch, which retains its \"RZM\" paper label. The rank of the collar patch is that of a Schutze and Obershutze ( Junior and Senior Private ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS collar patch with the rank of Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patch This is a single Waffen-SS rank collar patch, with the rank of Unterscharfuhrer ( Senior-Corporal ).
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patches Five Waffen-SS rank collar patches which still retain their paper seal and where originally part of a box containing 24 collar patches 4 packs of five and one pack of 4. I have decided to sell the packs separately and have included a picture of the box in the listing. The box and each pack of collar patches have the serial number 50381. Please not the price is only for one pack of collar patches. The box is not included.
Waffen-SS Rank Collar Patches Five waffen-SS rank collar patches which are still sealed and where originally part of a box containing 24 collar patches, four packs holding five and one holding 4. I have decided to sell each pack separately. I included a picture of the original box in the listing. The box and each pack of collar patches are serial numbered 50381. Please note the price is for one pack of collar patches only. The box is not included in the sell.
Waffen-SS Rank Sleeve Insignia This is a Waffen-SS rank sleeve insignia, which has the rank of Sturmann ( Lane Corporal ). This example is mid to late-war due to it's grey coloured braid.
Waffen-SS Shoulder Straps ( Cavalry ) A pair of Waffen-SS shoulder straps, which have the branch of service colour golden-yellow for cavalry. The rank of the shoulder straps are that of a Scharfuhrer ( Sergeant ).
Waffen-SS Sleeve Eagle This is an un-issued bevo sleeve eagle which is gold in colour.
Waffen-SS Sleeve Eagle This is a waffen-SS, machine embroidered, sleeve eagle, which has been directly cut from the tunic's sleeve, retaining the fieldgrey tunic material backing.
Waffen-SS Totenkopf Officers Shoulder Straps A pair of Waffen-SS Totenkopf officers stitched in type shoulder straps which have numeral cypher \"1\". Totenkopf Regiment was numbered 1 to 17. In October 1943, Himmler decided that Waffen-SS units and specialist personnel were adequately identified by collar patches, cuff titles and sleeve diamonds and he forbade the wearing of shoulder-strap numerals and cyphers for the duration of the war. The only exception was the Leibstandarte-SS Adolf Hitler, whose members retained their LAH monograms. The shoulder-straps hold the rank of Utersturmfuhrer ( Lieutenant ).
Waffen-SS Totenkopf Regiment Single Collar Patch This is an embroidered death's head single collar patch beloning to the Waffen-SS regiment Totenkopf ( Death's Head ). The collar patch has been removed from the tunic and the patch has suffered with some moth damage, exposing the hessian backing.
Waffen-SS Ukrainian Volunteers Arm Shield This is a bevo arm shield worn by members of the 14th Waffen Grenadier Division of the SS ( 1st Galician ). The Division was mainly made up of volunteers from the region of Galicia with a Ukrainian ethnic background. But later it also incorporated Slovaks, Czechs and Dutch volunteers and Officers. It was formed in 1943 and largely destroyed in the battle of Brody. It then was reformed and saw action in Slovakia, Yugoslavia and Austria before being renamed the First Division of the Ukrainian National Army and surrendered to western allies on 10th May 1945.
Waffen-SS Unit Collar Patch ( Handschar ) This is a single unit collar patch belonging to 13th SS Gebirgsjager Division "Handschar "which consisted of Bosnian muslims.
War Economy Royal Air Force Cap Badge This is a war economy plastic RAF cap badge, which has the makers serial number on the back \"101B-2-1\".
War Economy Royal Army Service Corps Cap Badge This is a war economy plastic made cap badge belonging to the Royal Army Service Corps. The back of the badge is maker marked \"A.Stanley & Sons, Walsall\".
War Economy Royal Engineers Cap Badge This is a War economy plastic cap badge belonging to the Royal Engineers. The badge is maker marked \"A.Stanley & Sons, Waldall\".
War Veterans Schirmmutze This is a good example of a WW1 War Veterans peaked cap. In 1938 the Nazi party created the Nationalsozialistisches Reichskriegerbund ( NS-RKB ). This example would have been worn by the Lowest rank within the organisation and is a size 58, still retaining its diamond shaped label.
War Veterans Sleeve Badge This is a uncut bevo sleeve badge for the "Nationalsozialistisches Reichskriegerbund" or NS-RK ) ( National Socialist State War Veterans Organisation ),
Wash Board This is a aluminium wash board, which would have been used by individual soldiers to wash their cloths. The board is "D.R.G.M." marked.
Water Purifying Unit This is a rare water purifying unit, which is totally complete including water purifying tablets still in their jars. The unit still has it's instruction labels attached to the inside of the doors. It seems to be in working condition, however i have not tried to see if it actually works. I do not see why it would not. It also has it's original carrying straps. It was manufactured by "KATADYN".
Wehrmacht Don Cossack Tunic and Cap A very rare item to add to any collection. This is an Army M42 tunic with the insignia of a Don Cossack volunteer. The tunic is in very, very good condition without any moth damage.The lining is artifical silver silk, with the same lining on the inside of the cossack shoulderboards. There are no internal markings whatsoever. The left sleeve has the Cossack shield with the colours, blue and red. The collar patches are the distinctive crossed white spears on a red background with a olive green underlay and a grey bevo breast eagle on the right chest. The cap which is included with the tunic has the Wehrmacht cap insignia which has been stitched to the Cossack cap which has a red top with a gold cross.
Wehrmacht Ambulance Stretcher This is an extremely rare Wehrmacht folding Ambulance stretcher in excellent condition. The metal work retains nearly all of it's original paint.
Wehrmacht Bicycle pump This is a working Wehrmacht issue bicycle pump.
Wehrmacht Bicycle Pump This is a Wehrmacht issue bicycle pump which has been over painted in Wehrmacht green.
Wehrmacht Clothing Bag A clothing bag, which would have been used by Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS soldiers to keep spare clothing items, such socks, underpants etc.
Wehrmacht Drum, Drum Hanger & Drum Sticks This is a Wehrmacht drum complete with its brass drum hanger in a shape of a eagle. The black ebony sticks are maker marked \" Willy Wolfram\" and are still in their original black leather pouch which is maker marked \"Otto Sinder, Berlin 1941\". The drum skin is in excellant condition.
Wehrmacht Extra-large Field Dressing This is a an extra large Wehrmacht field dressing, which is dated June1941.
Wehrmacht Field Dressing This Wehrmacht issue small field dressing has lost it's waterproof cover, but retains part of the it's paper wrapping.
Wehrmacht Field Dressing This is a large Wehrmacht field dressing, which is not dated or maker marked.
Wehrmacht Guaze & Compress Bandages This is a packet of guaze and compress bandages in its special cloth bag. The packet is stills sealed and dated May 1944.
Wehrmacht Hospital Pyjama Uniform This is a mint example of a Wehrmacht issue hospital uniform which was worn my injuried personal. The jacket has a faint makers mark and dated 1943. The trousers also have a faint makers mark but the date is clearly visible 1940. The braces are dated 1943.
Wehrmacht Issue Racksack This is a 1944 dated heavy duty canvas racksack which has had the flap lined with late-war SS camouflage material. The racksack has thin leather carrying straps with two brown leather Zeltbahn straps attached to the sides. The inside of the racksack is RB numbered.
Wehrmacht Issue Stretcher This is a Wehrmacht issue collapsible stretcher in very good condition. A causality can be secured to the stretcher to prevent them from falling by two straps one for the legs and one for the chest. It also has a pouch on each end to allow a pillow to be placed. An example of this type of military stretcher is on display in the Berlin Air Raid Museum.
Wehrmacht Issue Thermometer This is Wehrmacht issue thermometer still in it's cardboard container which is stamped "Wehrmacht HEER" ( Armed Forces Army ).
Wehrmacht Issue Thermos This is extremely rare Wehrmacht issue thermos which is in excellant condition complete with it's cork stopper and rubber seal. Most examples currently on the markert tend to have the inners completely missing.
Wehrmacht Issue Trousers Belt This is a webbing and leather trosuer belt designed to be worn on either the M43 and M44 trousers.
Wehrmacht Marksman Lanyard This is a nice example of the 1st pattern Marksman lanyard which was worn by army and Waffen-SS recipients.
Wehrmacht Puncture Repair Kit This is a puncture repair kit consisting of rubber a rubber strip to repair punctures on Wehrmacht bicycles. The packet still contains it's rubber strip and is dated 1944.
Wehrmacht Razor Blades A packet of Rotbart razor blades.
Wehrmacht Small Field Dressing This is a small field dressing which is dated 1944.
Wehrmacht Song & Story Book This is a Wehrmacht song and story book which is dated 1944.
Wehrmacht Song Book A very good example of a Wehrmacht song book.
Wehrmacht Song Book This is a good example of a Wehrmacht issue song book.
Wehrmacht Vehicle Pennant A extremely nice example of a Wehrmacht vehicle pennant, which approximately measures 320mm x 170mm. The pennant has a printed printed swastika which is separately sewn directly on the cloth, with the remains of the original cord. The pennant is in great condition retaining it's full red colour with no fading or holes.
Wehrmacht Wheat Sack This is a 1939 dated Wehrmacht issue wheat sack.
Wehrmacht Wheat Sack This is a 1939 dated Wehrmacht issue wheat sack.
Welfare Medal This medal was instituted on 1.5.1939 and was known as The Honour Award for German Civil Welfare ( Das Ehrenzeichen Fur Deutsche Volkspflege ). The medal was awarded for meritorious service in welfare.
West German Bundeswehr Vehicle First Aid Tin This is a West German vehicle first aid tin complete with all its field dressings, safety pins and scissors. The actual tin is WW2 U.S vintage use for jeeps and has been re-stencilled by the Bundeswher.
West German Deactivated Flare Pistol This is a West German flare pistol in excellent condition and dated May 1965. U.K. Sales Only.
West German M1 Helmet This is a West German Bundeswehr M1 helmet, which would be ideal for a WW2 or Vietnam re-enactment purposes.
West Wall Medal This is the West Wall medal award to personal who helped construct and defend the wall. The reverse is inscripted \" Fur Arbeit Zum, Schutze Deutschlands\"
West Wall Medal & Issue Packet This is a West Wall medal which is authorised on 2nd August 1939 as recognition for the meritorious service in the design and building of the fortifications in Western Germany. The inscription on the medal reads \"Arbeit zum Schutze Deutschlands\" ( For work for the protection of Germany\". The medal comes with its issue packet. The medal ceased to be awarded on 31st January 1941 with a total of 622064 medals awarded.
Winter Cap This is an extremely rare World War One pattern cap in cotton duck lined with wool material, mostly seen on service troops. The cap slighty modified from the the World War one pattern before the Second World War and was issued until 1943, where it was replaced by the Pile Field Cap.
Wound Badge Stick Pin This is a black wound badge stick pin.
WW1 2nd Class Iron Cross & War Honour Cross This a World War One 2nd class Iron cross with a Honour Cross which was established on 13th July 1934 by the President of Germany, Field Marshall Von Hindenburg for participants of the First World War. The reverse of the Honour cross is marked with the letter \"W\" within a square.
WW1 Army Service Corps Cap Badge This is a nice example of the badge worn by the Army Service Corps, which gained the \"Royal\" prefix in 1918 and became the Royal Army Service Corps.
WW1 British SMLE Oil Bottle This is a brass SMLE oil bottle, which is dated 1913 and has the original owners initials "J&JB". It is also stamped with a Enfield proof marking.
WW1 French M15 Adrian Helmet This is a French M15 adrian helmet which has the branch of service badge, a flaming bomb, which identifies it as a Infantry helmet. This example has been professionally repainted and the liner and chinstrap are later replacements.
WW1 German Land Registry Laws I believe this is a a rule book for German land registry rules and dated 1897. An interesting historical document.
WW1 German M1916 Gas Mask Canister This is M1916 gas mask canister, which has a brown suffice rust patina to the outside The inside is in good condition retaining all of its black paint finish.
WW1 German Military Map This is a German military map, which covers Ubersichts-Blatt areas. The map is dated "4/9/15".
WW1 German Pioneers Axe This is a Pioneers axe which is maker marked "MW" The handle has sufferred with woodworm, however this has been treated.
WW1 Imperial German Navy Cap This is an extremely rare item which has come from a private collection and has been stamped so. The cap has had a minor repair on its crown, otherwise it is in extremely good condition. The cap band reads \" MARINESTATION DER NORDSEE \" ( Navy station North Sea ). The personal would either man shore based batteries or observation posts. The cockade is of the Prussian state colours.
WW1 Iron Cross 1st Class A good example of a non-maker marked Iron Cross 1st class. Unfortunately the pin retaining hook has broke away.
WW1 Period Binoculars A nice example of a WW1 period binoculars. This example has extendable sun shades and have good optics.
WW1 Ribbon This is a ribbon for the War Medal which was awarded from 1914 to 1920.
WW1 Ribbon Bar This is WW1 ribbon bar which has two awards the war medal which was awarded from 1914 to 1920 and the Victory medal.
WW1 Royal Munster Fusiliers Cap Badge A nice example of the cap badge belonging to the Royal Munster Fusiliers, which was an Irish regiment whose members where recruited from four south Irish counties, Clare, Cork, Kerry and Limerick. The badge was worn between 1901 to 1922.
WW1 The Bedfordshire Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Bedfordshire Regiment, which was formed in 1881 and reformed in 1919 into the Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire Regiment for recognition of the men of Hertfordshire , who served with the regiment during Great War. The regiment was finally disbanded in 1958.
WW1 The Royal Irish Regiment This is the cap badge worn by the Royal Irish Regiment between 1901 to 1922. Members of the Royal Irish Regiment where recruited from all over South and Northern Ireland.
WW1 U.S Officers Visor Cap A good example of a U.S. Army Officers visor cap which has the makers coat of arms ( Henderson ) on the sweat band. The gold silk lining has worn, however the leather sweatband is still quite supple.
WW1 U.S. M-1910 Uniform This is a M-1910 cotton uniform which is identical to the M-1912 pattern uniform. The uniform consists of tunic and breeches. The breeches have a stain on the right leg and are a lighter shade of khaki. The collar disc insignia is that of the National army 1917 pattern. The cross rifles are of the branch of serive indicating Infantry.
WW1 U.S. Marine Corps M-1917 Pattern Tunic This is a very nice examle of the U.S. marine Corps M-1917 pattern tunic which has the marine corps buttons and collar disc emblem. The tunic retains its original makers label, which is also stamped \"PHILA.DEPOT\".
WW1 U.S. Officers Tunic This is a very nice example of a private purchase U.S. officers tunic belonging to the 5th Infantry Regiment. The tunic has sterling silver rank bars with the rank of captain. The tunic was produced by M.BERMAN Ltd, 18 Irving Street, Leicester Square, London, England.
WW1 U.S.M.C. Other Ranks Dress Blues This is a rare WW1 U.S. Marine Corps dress blue uniform consisting of tunic and trousers. The tunic has the rank chevrons of a corporal and the pistol marksman award. The brass buttons are all made by \" Horstmann of Philadelphia\". The collar is missing the Marine Corps insignia. The trousers have the original owners name and date written inside \" H.L.COWLES 1918\". The trousers are also stamped \" QUARTERMASTER, U.S.Marine Corps 1915-18\".
WW1 Veterans Armband This is a pre-Third Reich Kyfffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ) armband,
WW1 Veterans Armband This is the WW1 veterans armband belonging to the Nazi sponsored Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ),
WW1 Veterans Armband This is an amrband belonging to a member of the Nationalsozialistisches Reichkriegerbund ( NS-RKB ), which was created on the 4th March 1938 and was the only WW1 Veterans association allowed to exist after that date.
WW1 Veterans Armband This is the WW1 veterans armband belonging to the Nazi sponsored \"Kyffhauserbaund\" ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Cap Insignia This is a pre-Third Reich era, cap badge worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Cap Insignia This is a pre-Third Reich era cap insignia worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Label Badge This is a pre-Third Reich era enamalled label badge worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ).
WW1 Veterans Label Badge This an enamalled label badge, worn by members of the Nationalsozialistisches Reichkriegerbund ( NS-RKB ), which absorbed members of all former War Veterans Associations.
WW1 Veterans Peaked Cap Eagle This is a peaked cap eagle worn by members of the Kyffhauserbund ( War Veterans Support Association ). This example is missing both of its retaining pins.
WW1 Victory Medal This victory medal is named to T2-10773 DVR W.Wilkinson A.S.C. ( Army Service Corps ).
WW1 War Medal & Victory Medal A pair of WW1 medals consisting of the war medal and victory medal. Both medals are named to 341989 A. CPL. E.W. TANNER. 46-CAN. INF ( Canadian Infantry ).
WW1 War Veterns Support Association Sleeve Badge This is a WW1 war veterns suppourt association bevo sleeve badge ( Kyffhauserbund ).
WW2 1st Marine Division Badge This is a WW2 produced 1st Marine Badge. WW2 examples have are slightly smaller and has a different backing then the post-war examples.
WW2 6th Marine Division This is a WW2 produced 6th Marine Division badge. Which has a different backing to post-war produced examples.
WW2 British Rifle Oil Bottle This is a bakelite oil bottle for the the British No4 MK1 rifle.
WW2 Defence Medal This is a 1939-1945 defence medal, which is not named.
WW2 France & Germany Star This is the France & Germany star. The medal is not named.
WW2 French Artillery Radio Operators Helmet This is an extremely rare French Artillery radio operators helmet which is very similar to the armoured crews helmet but with ear cut-outs. This example retains all of its original finish and has a complete liner. The helmet was produce in Marseille and dated 1938.
WW2 German Blanket Lined Fieldgrey Mittens A good pair of blanket lined mittens, which still have their toggle and leather tab.
WW2 Hungarian Army Ankle Boots Extremely rare pair of Hungarian army brown leather ankle boots in excellant condition.
WW2 Italian Army Agenda Book This is Italian army agenda book, which was used by officers for administrative purposes. The book is dated 1943.
WW2 Italian Army Romanian Language Dictionary This is a WW2 Italian army Romanian language dictionary which is dated 1941.
WW2 Italian Artillery Officer's Uniform This a Italian artillery officer's uniform consisting of tunic and breeches. The tunic is good condition except for some staining where the Sam-Browne belt was worn. The rank chevrons on the sleeves indicate the rank of captain. The tunic also has a medal ribbon. The trousers are in excellent condition with the branch of service piping for artillery.
WW2 Italian Officer's Visor Cap This is a Italian officer's visor cap belonging to the 35th Artillery Regiment. The cap has suffered with some minor moth damage to the top of the cap and it's rear bottom edges. However the moth damage does not spoil the overall appearance of the cap. The gold gilt buttons of the Artillery motif of crossed cannons. The cap was produced by "Unione Militare, Roma".
WW2 Italian Officers Side Cap This a good example of a sun bleached Italian officers side cap, which has the rank of captain of the 35th Artillery regiment. The inside of the cap is heavily stained with use.
WW2 Italian Officers Side Cap This is a Italian officer's sun bleached side cap, belonging to the 35th Artillery Regiment. The cap has the rank of captain
WW2 Italian officers Waist Band This is a waist band worn by Italian officers who where very conscientious of there appearance. This example is un-issued and still has it's maker's lead tag attached.
WW2 Italian officers Waist Band This is a very well used waist band worn by Italian Officer's who where extremely conscientious of their appearance.
WW2 Italian Star This is a WW2 Italian star, which is not named.
ww2 Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Flight Boots A good example of a pair of flight boots as worn by Luftwaffe fighter pilots. The boots are fur lined which has worn away in places. The rubber soles are also worn and made by Continental. The leather is in good condition and the boots are approximately as size 8 UK ( continental 40).
WW2 Luftwaffe Fighter Pilots Fur Lined Gloves A pair of leather fur lined gloves for a Luftwaffe fighter pilot. The gloves are in excellant condition the blue press stud buttons are in all working condition and the gloves still retain the "RB" number label.
WW2 Ribbon Bar This is a WW2 ribbon bar consisting of five campaign awards starting from left to right, 1939 to 1945 Star, Africa Star, with the number 1 for service with the 1st Army, Third award i can not identify, 1939 to 1945 Defence Medal and a 1939 to 1945 War Medal with oak leaf ( mentioned in despatches ).
WW2 Ribbon Bar This is a WW2 ribbon bar which consists of three awards, American Defence Service Medal, American Campaign medal and WW2 Victory Medal.
WW2 Ribbon Bar This WW2 ribbon bar consists of three awards, Navy & Marine Corps medal, Asiatic & Pacific Campaign medal and the WW2 Victory medal.
WW2 Victory Medal This is a good example of WW2 victory medal.
WW2 War Medal This is a 1939-1945 war medal, which is not named.
WW2/Vietnam Medal Group This is a five medal group consisting of Navy Occupation medal with European clasp, National Defense medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary medal, Vietnam Service medal and Vietnam Service campaign medal with 1960 clasp. The Navy occupation medal is the WW2 award the remaining four medals are Vietnam. The Vietnam Service medal is actually a South Vietnamese award which was given to U.S. military advisors who had served six months or more with South Vietnamese forces.
Yugoslavaian Deactivated K98 Rifle This is a Yugoslavian K98 rifle, which the Yugoslavians designated as the M48. The rifle has the Yugoslavian crest the receiver. The rifle is also marked "Model 98". The rifle does not cock or dry fire and the bolt can not be removed. However the bolt will open and close. It comes with a EU/UK Deactivation Certificate. U.K. Sales Only.
Yugoslavian K98 Rifle ( Pre-EU/UK Deactivation ) For sale to customers outside the European Union. This is a Yugoslavian K98 rifle which the Yugoslavians called the M48. The receiver is marked with the Yugoslavian crest and "Model 98". It is also marked with the factory's name and site number "Preduzece 44". The barrel, receiver and bolt are identical to the German K98 and are interchangeable . This example is missing its extractor on the bolt. For Non EU Sales Only. However can be re-deactivated to the current EU specification. Please email before making purchase.
Yugoslavian M15 Adrian Helmet The helmet was original a WW1 era French M15 helmet which was sold to the Yugoslavia during the early 1920\'s. The helmets where repainted to a light green and the Yugoslavian coat of arms was added. The badge represents the three countries which made up Yugoslavia, Serbia, Croatia and Slovenia. This example is in good condition, retaining traces of the original Yougoslavian paint. The liner is the original WW1 French and is in extremely good condition, stamped with a serial number. The chinstrap is missing.
Yugoslavian M1924 Bayonet This is a good example of a Yugoslavian M1924 mauser bayonet. The Cyrillic inscription on the right side of the ricasso shows that the bayonet was made in the "State Factory 44". Proof of age must be provided. U.K.Sales Only
Yugoslavian M53 Machine Gun Extractor Tool This is a extractor tool for use with the Yugoslavian copy of the MG42 known as the M53 machine gun.
Zeltbahn Bakelite Tent Peg I Currently have a number of baklite Zeltbahn pegs all with wartime dates and codes, all in good condition. ?10 each
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a 1941 dated Zeltbahn steel tent peg, which is maker marked "gyq" ( Anton Wingen Jun ).
Zeltbahn Steel Tent Peg This is a zeltbahn steel tent peg which is dated 1940 and maker marked "WAL" ( Pulverfabrik, Walsrode, R. Wolff & Co ).
Zeltbahn steel Tent pegs