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New Release!! Released 17 September 2016. B Company Arrived The Men by David van Buggenum. This excellent and detailed work is an addition to the previous book B Company Arrived (2003). This book is a detailed story about some of the men of B Company including a detailed story of the Gronert Twin who were both tragicly killed in action during the Battle of Arnhem.on 17 september 1944 This book is filled with mostly unknown material (pictures, documents) mainly from the authors private collection. The book gives a very personal perspective of the men of B Company 2ND Batalion The Parachute Regiment who succeeded as only Company to Capture the Bridge at Arnhem. The book has been privately published and is printed in limited edition only! the book counts 168 pages.
'Winterschlacht im Osten' (or: Eastern Front medal), being a non-maker-marked specimen - Near Mint Condition The medal is IMO mint and comes together with its original-, confectioned- ie. folded- (and/or approx. 19 cms. long-) ribbon and is in an overall nice (ie. IMO issued and/or minimally worn-) condition. The medal is - as stated above - a neat, non-maker-marked specimen.
British 1937 Pattern Mapcase 1944 Dated Mint Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition this British 1937 Patter Mapcase. Executed in the distinct British webbig material and clearly makers marked as well as dated. The date compromise 1944. Complete with original carrying sling and interior. Cannot be upgraded!
example of an Iron Cross 2nd class (or 'Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse') - Nice Used Condition An Iron Cross 2nd class (or 'Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse') in nice used condition. With Original ribbon.
'Standard'-type, woolen-based, WH (Luftwaffe) breasteagle - mint, unissued condition! 'standard'-type, woolen-based, WH (Luftwaffe) breasteagle, in stonemint, unissued condition. The piece is executed in greyish/white linnen on a blue woolen background and are 'backed' with black-coloured linnen (as usual). The eagles have great detail and can naturally easily be used to restore a Luftwaffe tunic or 'Fliegerbluse'. The price is naturally per piece. Impossible to upgrade these!
1937 Pattern Canadian Cross Straps - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of 1937 pattern Canadian Webbing Cross Straps. The set compromises a "male" and "female" strap. One of the straps appears nice and clearly dated. The other strap has what appears to be a bloodstain on the interior of the strap. Increasingly hard to find.
1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters Sized 3 - Unissued Condition In unissued condition, this non matching pair pair of 1937 pattern webbing gaiters. The gaiters are sized 3 and 1944 dated. One of the gaitersis makers marked J & A H both are marked with the Broad Arrow. Cannot be upgraded.
1st Allied Airborne Army Formation Patch(Britsh Made) - Mint Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this British Made 1st Allied American Airborne Army Formation Patch. Cannot be upgraded.
A Piece Of Colored Ribbon An Insight in German Award Winners At The Battle of Arnhem By Scott Revell - New Sold as new. This study called A Piece Of Colored Ribbon written by Scott Revell. This study gives an Insight in German Award Winners At The Battle of Arnhem. Well documentend and supported by many pictures on over 40 pages. An interesting read for anyone interested in German Award Winners of the Battle of Arnhem as such.
A.T.S. (Woman) Leather Jerkin Size 1 - Mint Condition A very nice A.T.S. (Womans) Leather Jerkin. The leather Jerkin is in absolute mint condition. The leather is in very nice and smooth condition often very damaged. The Jerkin is fitted with a nice clear label. Sized 1 and 1945 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
A.T.S. Womans Handbag 1945 Dated Bagcraft Ltd Makers Marked - Nice Used Condition This is nice example of an IMO nice used condition A.T.S issued handbag dated 1945 in very good condition.The handbag is complete with no faults,it shows age related wear to the pipping and has a small mark on one side of the covering.The handbag is maker marked for Bagcraft Ltd with the W/D mark and the date 1945 stamped on both sides on the inside of the handbag. The Original zip is in full working order. The leather carrying straps are in good condition although should be greased up for preservation. Altogether a truly nice A.T.S. Handbag, increasdingly hard to find these days.
Addition Pictures Off CLG MP38-40 Magazine Pouches Additional pictures of the CLG MP38-40 magazine pouches listed previously.
Afrika Corps Lightweight Straight Tropical Trousers - Near Mint Condition This is an IMO mint condition example of Afrika Corps Lightweight Trousers. The trousers executed in OD shade material. The trousers are clearly marked with RBN numbers and sized 177/82 - 180/84. The trousers appear to be 1943 dated. Furthermore the trousers are fitted with Original buttons and have no trace of wear or damage. A truly nice pair of Afrika Corps Trousers that would be hard to upgrade!
America Finest U.S. Airborne Uniforms Equipment And Insignia Of World War Two - By Gary Howard Considered as one of the most detailed studies into U.S. Airborne Uniforms, Equipment and Insignia. Written by Gary Howard featuring a detailed study into all types of equipment, uniforms and insignia. The book is very well documentend and a must have for any U.S. Airborne Collector. Becoming a collectable in its own right as well as a very good reference book! In used but overall very nice condition.
Arnhem Bridge Target MIKE One An Ilustrated History of the 1st Airlanding Light Regiment RA - By Martijn Cornelissen David Truesdale And Bob Gerritsen Arnhem Bridge Target MIKE One An Ilustrated History of the 1st Airlanding Light Regiment RA - By Martijn Cornelissen David Truesdale And Bob Gerritsen. The book is well illustrated and entails many previous unpublished pictures. The book handles about the Regiments history from North Africa, Sicily, Arnhem and Norway. This book compromise a signed copy by the authors.
ATS (Woman) Cap 1942 Dated Fitted With Bakelite Badge - Mint Condition In absolute mint condition this ATS (Woman) Cap. the cap is fitted with Original label sized 6 1/2 and clearly 1942 dated. The cap is in fantastic mint condition and fitted with economy bakelite ATS Cap badge. Cannot be upgraded.
Attractive example of a black wound-badge (or: 'Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz') - Nice Used Condition This is an attractive example of a black wound-badge (or: 'Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz'). The badge appears in nice used condition.
Attractive Iron Cross 1st class (or: 'Eisernes Kreuz 1.Klasse') - Nice Used Condition This is an attractive example of an Iron Cross 1st class (or: 'Eisernes Kreuz 1.Klasse'. executed in the scarcely observed, The cross - which is not vaulted nor converse-shaped as to be expected with ICs as produced by this particular maker - has IMO never cleaned and has a very nice and bright age-patina and/or great pronounced detail. In nice used condition.
Attractive, Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse'), being a non-maker- marked example that comes with its original ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt') This attractive piece - which was IMO surely issued but IMO never worn - comes together with its minty ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). This Iron Cross does not appear to be makers marked. A truly nice piece that is hard to be upgraded.
Attractive, Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse'), being a non-maker- marked example that comes with its original ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt') This is an IMO nice used example of aIron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse') together with its original ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). This Iron Cross does not appear to be makers marked. A truly nice piece that is hard to be upgraded.
Attractive, Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse'), being a non-maker- marked example that comes with its original ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt') Hersteller L55 This attractive piece - which was IMO surely issued but IMO never worn - comes together with its minty ribbon(ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). The cross - which shows a clearly visible makers-signification: 'L55' stamped in its ring. A very nice and attractibe Iron Cross that would be hard to be upgraded.
Bedford And Hertfordshire Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A nice Bedford and Hertfordshire Cap Badge. Fitted with Kings Crown and in nice used condition. Can be upgraded, although getting hard to find these days.
British (Airborne) 2ND Pattern Denison Smock Sized 3 1945 Dated - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this British Airborne Denison smock. The smock compromises a 2ND Pattern with the button-up coughs rather then the woo coughs. The Denison is fitted with newey press studs and a full working zip. The Original tail is till present. The labe is still present however somewhat washed out, although makers mark, 1945 date and size 3 are still clearly visibe. In addition the Smock is WD marked and marked with the letter Z indicating the production year of 1945. Also these days it is very common to find large size Denison Smocks yet the smaller sizes were the regular size of issue during the war. A very nice British Airborne Denison Smock hard to be upgraded!
British (Airborne) Economy Border Regiment Cap Badge - Near Mint Condition This is an increasingly hard to find example of an Economy i.e. Bakelite Border Regiment Capbadge. Makers marked Stanley & Sons and IMO in near mint condition. Hard to be upgraded!
British (Airborne) Economy Durham Light Infantry Cap Badge - Near Mint Condition Yet another rare example of an economy capbadge to the Durham Light Infantry. The badge is IMO in near mint condition. Hard to be upgraded!
British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Economy i.e. Plastic Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is a nice example of a British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Economy i.e. Plastic Cap Badge also sometimes refered to as Bakelite. The badge appears unissued and is IMO in mint condition.
British (Airborne) Set Of Vickers K Drum Magazine Pouches 1944 And Carrying Straps - Mint Condition A truly nice and fully matching set of Vickers K Drum magazine pouches. Both pouches appear to be makers marked B.H.G. Ltd and are 1944 dated. The magazine pouches for the oval Vickers K magazines are very similar to those for the Lewis Gun Magazine. Though far more oval in the vertical axis and with very different “extras”. The first difference is the presence of double hooks for direct attachment to a Waist belt - unlike the Lewis pouches. Furthermore the Original carrier straps are in equal mint condition, yet do not appear to dated but are makers marked. Both in IMO mint condition!
British (Airborne) Single Webbing Vickers K Drum Magazine Pouches 1944 - Mint Condition A truly nice and matching set of Vickers K Drum magazine pouches. Both pouches appear to be makers marked and 1944 dated. In essence the envelope is a duplicate of the Lewis pouch, though far more oval in the vertical axis and with very different “extras”. The first difference is the presence of double hooks for direct attachment to a Waist belt - unlike the Lewis pouches. Furthermore the Original carrier straps are in equal mint condition, yet do not appear to dated or makers marked, which common for this type of equipment. This compromises a single piece. A rare piece of equipment that cannot be upgraded!
British (Airborne) X Type Parachute Inner Pack MK2 - Mint Condition This is a very nice example of a British Airborne X Type Parachute Inner Pack. The X Type Parachute became the iconic and standard Parahute throughout World War Two and used in campaings such as Normandy 1944 and the Battle Of Arnhem. The X Type Parachute remained into use untill the 1960s yet executed in OD shade rather then khaki coloured examples and from 1955 the X Type was fitted with a reserve pack. This particular inner pack compromises an MK2, dated 1957 the pack is identical to the wartime issued example. An wartime X Type Parachute is extremely hard to find and this is a good opportunity to own an identical yet post war dated example of an inner pack.
British (Commando) Windproof Jacket And Trousers Non Matching Set - Nice Used Condition This British Commando Windproof Jacket and trousers compromise a non matching set. The windproof jacket appears to nice used and the color has somewhat faded due to age. The label is stil fitted but very much washed out the size, date, and maker are sightly visible but not readible. The trousers appear to be unissued and are only minor stained posible due to storage. The label is very crisp and clear and the trousers are sized 5 and 1943 dated.
British (Dark Green) Beret 1945 - Mint A British Dark Green Beret. In absolute mint condition, clearly makers marked and dated 1945 and sized 7 1/8. Hard to be upgraded.
British 1907 Pattern Lee Enfield Bayonet Wilkinson And Leather Frog - Nice Used Condition This compromises an IMO nice used condition example of a British 1907 Pattern Lee Enfield Bayonet. The Pattern 1907 bayonet is widely recognized as the bayonet used with the SMLE in both the First World War and Second World War. This particular bayonet is makers marked Remington and appears to be 1913 dated yet very hard to read. The bayonet comes with Original scabbard and Original leather frog.
British 1908 Pattern Webbing Entrenching Tool - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used condition British Webbing Entrenching Tool and cover. The cover compromises a 1908 Pattern Webbing cover which is nicely makers marked and 1941 dated. Both tool and stick are in equal nice used condition and do not appear to have any dates or markings.
British 1937 Dated Tommy Helmet With Decal And Original Helmet Net - Near Mint Condition A standard British Tommy Helmet in IMO near mint condition. The helmet is nicely 1937 dated and makers marked. The liner compromises a size 7. The helmet is both makers marked in the liner as well as on the helmet shell. The helmet is fitted with original period traingle yellow coloured decal. We are unable to indentify this decal, yet appears to be original fitted. Furthermore the helmet is fitted with original helmet net The helmet was found in april 2016 in a private household sale in Wiesbaden Germany. A truly nice British Tommy Helmet hard to be upgraded!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Cartridge Carriers 1943 Dated - Mint Condition IMO a mint set of British cartridge carriers both of them appear 1943 dated although one is more clearly marked then the other.
British 1937 Pattern Compass Pouch 1940 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this British 1937 Pattern Webbing Compass Pouch. The pouch is nicely early dated i.e. 1940 increasingly hard to find in such early date.
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover - Nice Used Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in nice used condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked Bagcraft although not dated. The entrenching tool itself has been repainted and the makers mark and date are not clearly visibly anymore. Can be upgraded,
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1943 Dated - Mint Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in IMO mint condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked MeCo and 1943 dated. The tool has been period repainted and a date is not visible any more.
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in IMO nice used condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked N.W. & S Ltd and 1943 dated. The entrenching tool itself has been repainted and the makers mark and date are not clearly visibly anymore. In nice used condition hard to be upgraded,
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in IMO nice used condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked MeCo 1943. The entrenching tool itself has been repainted and the makers mark is slightly visible, the date however does not appear to be visible anymore. In nice used condition hard to be upgraded,
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in IMO nice used condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked N.W. & S Ltd and 1943 dated. The entrenching tool itself has been repainted and the makers mark and date are not clearly visibly anymore. In nice used condition hard to be upgraded,
British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool And Cover 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This British 1937 Pattern Entrenching Tool and cover in IMO mint condition. The tool cover is in excellent condition and clearly makers marked B.H.G. Ltd and 1944 dated. The tool itselfs is equally 1944 dated.
British 1937 Pattern L Straps For Small Pack - Unissued Condition In truly nice IMO unissued condition this pair of British 1937 Pattern L Straps. These L straps would have been fitted to either the small or large pack. Both straps are clearly marked with Broad Arrow, makers marked MeCo and 1943 dated .
British 1937 Pattern Pair Of Brace Attachments - Unissued condition This is a pair of unissued 1937 Pattern Brace Attachments. Brace attachments were used to attach the front of the Braces to the Waist belt without either Basic pouches or Cartridge carriers. Both attachements appear to be makers marked, marked with Broad Arrow and dated.
British 1937 Pattern Pair Of Brace Attachments - Unissued condition This is a pair of unissued 1937 Pattern Brace Attachments. Brace attachments were used to attach the front of the Braces to the Waist belt without either Basic pouches or Cartridge carriers. Both attachements appear to be makers marked, marked with Broad Arrow and dated.
British 1937 Pattern R.A.F. Webbing Pistol Holster 1941 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a 1937 Pattern webbing Pistl Holster. The holster is executed in the distinct R.A.F blue shade, and intended to be issued to the Royal Air Force. The holster is clearly used and the colors are somewhat faded, yet still clearly blue. The holster is clearly makers marked MeCo and 1941 dated and fitted with Original cleaning rod.
British 1937 Pattern Royal Airforce Webbing Revolver Holster 1944 - Unissued Condition A very nice example of an unissued and IMO mint condition webbing revolver holster. The holster compromises a 1937 pattern webbing holster. The holster compromises a Royal Air Force issued example and is executed in the distinct Royal Air Force blue shade. The holster is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Small Pack 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition This is a nice and IMO unissued example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack. The pack is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. In unissued and stone mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Small Pack And L Straps - Unisued Condition This is a nice and IMO unissued example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack. The pack is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. The small pack come with a pair of IMO unissued British 1937 Pattern L Straps Dated 1940 and 1942 and both are clearly marked with Broad Arrow and makers mark.
British 1937 Pattern Utility Pouches Bren Magazines Here is an early set of utility pouches to carry 6 bren magazines. The set was to be carried over the standard P37 webbing. This set consists of a front pouch dated 1940, rear pouch dated 1940 and yoke dated 1939 and all made by M. E. Co.
British 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Carrier - Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water bottle and enveloppe type carrier. The carrier is nicely dated and makers marked. In unissued condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets 1940 - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this matching pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets. Both ancklets are clearly makers marked and 1940 dated. Fitted with canvas straps and sized 4.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets 1944 - Near Mint Condition This is a nice set of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets. Both ancklets are nicely makers marked and 1944 dated. Sized 3 and fitted with leather straps. In IMO near mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets 1944 Dated Size 3 - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets i.e. gaiters. The ancklets compromise a matching pair, both being sized 3 and 194 dated. The leather straps to close the ancklets are still in place and in equal mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets 1945 Dated Size 2 - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this pair of British 1937 Pattern Webbing (Indian Made) Ancklets i.e. gaiters. The ancklets compromise a matching pair, both being sized 2 and 1945 dated. The leather straps to close the ancklets are still in place and in equal mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt 1943 Dated Size XL - Near Mint Condition In IMO ner mint condition this 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. Increasingly hard to find these days, as mostly encountered post war examples. The belt is clearly 1943 dated and clearly makers marked MeCo and marked Size XL
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt 1944 Dated - Mint Condition An IMO mint example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. The belt is makers marked and dated yet very hard to read. The 1944 date is just readiblle. A nice belt in overall mint condition.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO in nice used condition this 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. Increasingly hard to find these days, as mostly encountered post war examples. The belt is clearly 1944 dated and clearly makers marked MeCo and marked Size L.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition In IMO in unissued condition this 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. Increasingly hard to find these days, as mostly encountered post war examples. The belt is clearly 1945 dated and clearly makers marked.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case Rare Early 1939 Dated - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case. The case is clearly makers marked and 1939 Dated. Cannot be upgraded!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster 1944 - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of 1937 Pattern webbing Pistl Holster. The holster is clearly makers marked MeCo and 1944 dated. The holster has some small staines underneath the cover which is not visible when on display. Hard to be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Shell Dressing Bag (Medic) - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO mint condition this 1937 webbing bag intended to hold shell dressings. The bag does appear to be dated, yet part of fabric is sewn across the date stamp. It however appears to me that the bag is dated 1942. Furthermore the bag in excellent condition. Increasingly hard to find item these days!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Shell Dressing Bag (Medic) 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO stone mint condition this 1937 webbing bag intended to hold shell dressings. The bag is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated and makers marked M & Co Ltd. Furthermore the bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded!
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Shell Dressing Bag (Medic) 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO mint condition this 1937 webbing bag intended to hold shell dressings. The bag is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated and makers marked MeCo. Furthermore the bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Size XL - Mint Condition In IMO in mint condition this 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. Increasingly hard to find these days, as mostly encountered post war examples. The belt is not dated yet fitted with brass fittings which indicates its wartime production. Post War belts were fitted with black metal fittings. The belt is marked size XL.
British 1937 Pattern Webbing Wallet Intended For Bren Gun Cleaning Equipment - Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Wallet intended to hold cleaning equipment for the 303 caliber Bren Gun. What makes this wallet unusual are the markings on front of the wallet, most examples found have none or faded markings. The wallet is clearly makers marked and 1945 dated. Hard to be upgraded!
British 1937 Webbing Belt 1943 Dated Indian Made - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition British 1937 Webbing Belt. The belt is clearly makers marked Bata which was an indian manufacturer. The belt is 1943 dated and as described in IMO mint condition.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse Sized 16 And Dated 1945 - Near Mint Condition In incredibleI IMO near mint condition, yet issued. This British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. The blouse is fitted with a clear visible label. Sized 16 and dated 1945. There appear to be no damages, moth holes or further disturbances. A truly nice jacket in a very sought after size! Hard to be upgraded.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Jacket Size 13 - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Jacket. The jacket is clearly fitted with a clear visible label. The jacket is sized 13 and dated 1945. the jacket does not appear to have any apparent damages. A nice Battle Dress Jacket that can be upgraded!
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Size 13 Dated 1945 - Nice Used Condition A very nice and in used condition, this 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. The jacket is fitted with a clear label, sized 13 and 1945 dated. The jacket is also stamped with the distinct WD (War Department) markings. There appear no apperent damages in nice although used condition.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1945 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this pair of British 1940 pattern Battle Dress trousers. The trousers are not fitted anymore with a label yet clearly marked with WD markings and the letter Z. The letter Z indicates the production year of 1945. The trousers appear to free of any damages and are complete with no buttons missing.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers 1945 - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice example of a British 1940 Pattern pair of Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition and are fitted with a clear and crisp label. The trouses are clearly WD marked on the interior. The trousers compromise a size 10 and are clearly 1945 dated. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition in IMO mint condition.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers Sized 10 And 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this pair of British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers executed in wool compromise a size 10 and are 1944 dated. The trousers are fitted with the often displaced label which is still clearly readible. In addition the trousers are also War Department (WD) marked in the interior. There appear clear traces of wear.Yet the trousers retain a nice patina. Can be upgraded.
British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers Sized 15 And 1945 Dated - Near Mint Condition With Label A truly nice pair of British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are in very nice i.e. near mint condition. There appear to be no damages on the end of the pipes or in the crotch. Furthermore the trousers are fitted with Original label dated 1945 and sized 15. The trousers are marked with War Department stamps and the letter Z confirming the date of 1945 on the label. A very nice pair of trousers hard to be upgraded!
British 1942 Dated Tommy Helmet With Unknown Decal - Nice Used Condition A standard British Tommy Helmet. Nicely 1942 dated and sized 11. The helmet is in nice used condition and fitted with a decal. The decal appears somewhat faded but is still clearly visible. The Triangle decal is not familar to us but appears to be British.
British Air Ministry Binoculars Type 6E-338 In Original Leather Case - Nice Used Condition This set compromises a very nice Air Ministry marked leather carrying case for the Type 6E-338 Binoculars For Night Use. Fitted with Original leather carrying strap. The leather case is in IMO nice used condition with very clear trace of use on the leather, interior and carrying strap. The case comes with Original binoculars clearly Broad Arrow marked and in IMO equal nice used condition. The binoculars have clear traces of wear as can be used on the pictures. The binoculars are fitted with Original leather carring strap. A nice used pair of binoculars and carrying case that can be upgraded.
British Airborne (Paratrooper) Helmet MK3 1944 - Mint Condition This is a truly nice British Airborne Helmet. The helmet compromises a MK3 fitted with the webbing chinstrap. The helmet is clearly makers marked BMB, dated 1944 and sized 7 3/4. The shell of the helmet bears its Original dark green color. The liner of the helmet is in equal mint condition to the shell. The leather does have some trace of wear as can be seen from the pictures. A exceptional mint condition British Airborne Helmet that would be hard to upgrade!
British Airborne 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Royal Artilery Officer - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and rare piece of British Airborne uniforms. The battle dress compromises a 1937 pattern sized 6 and dated 1940. The battle dress is fitted with clear and crisp label and also WD marked in the interior. The battle dress is badged to a First Luitenant of the Royal Artillery. Fitted with Original embroided Pegasus and Parachutist qualification wing. Furthermore the jacket is fitted with Original shoulder tittles which compromise a very early "seriff type"example as well ass Original pips. There appear to be no damages to the jacket. A truly nice original Battle Dress that would be hard to be upgraded!
British Airborne Army Air Corps Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Airborne Army Air Corps Cap Badge. Fitted with Kings Crown.
British Airborne BSA Folding Bicycle With BSA Saddle And War Grade Tyres This is a very nice and increasingly hard to find British Airborne BSA Folding Bicyle. The bicycle still bears its Original color and are fitted with Original Michelin War Grade tyres. The rubber has dried out however. Furthermore the handgrips also compromise Original BSA examples as that saddle. The bicycle of fitted with the origibal collapsable peddle bars. All cabels and other fittings are Original BSA. There are no BSA transfers applied to the frame, they have never been applied as is commonly known. A very nice and full Original British Airborne BSA Folding Bicycle. Please note the shipping fee for this item is upon request the postage fee listed is not an indication whatsoever.
British Airborne Camoflaged Sleeping Bag - Unissued Condition A very nice example of what is IMO an unissued and mint example of a British Airborne Sleeping Bag. The camoflage material retains its Original very deep color and has no apparent cuts or damages. The exterior is in equal nice condition. There appear to be no markings present on the sleeping bag which is very common with this type of equipment. Hard to be upgraded!
British Airborne Cargo Container Parachute Black Coloured- Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find this British Airborne and/or SOE Cargo Parachute. Executed in Black colour. These type of parachutes would have been used to drop containters and/or wicker paniers with supplies behind enemy lines for allied forces and/or resistance. Known to have been used during for example the D-day and Battle of Arnhem in 1944. The colours of the parachutes are believed to correspond with the contents of the containers. Black Parachutes are known to have been used for dropping radio equipment as well as being used for night drops. The parachute is in used yet nice condition. The parachute pack appears in equal nice used condition with all hooks, Lines and clasps being present. Hard to be upgraded!
British Airborne Denison Smock S.L&M Feathers LTD 1942- Near Mint British Airborne Denision Smock Sized 7 1942 Dated - Still Fitted With Original Stock Label This is a nearmint denison smock, we have not come across a denison smock in such fantastic condition. The smock only has a minor (period) repair on the bottom side of the upper arm. This repair is hardly visible when on display and to us to do not downgrade this smock whatsoever. This British Airborne Denision Smock compromises a size 7, and is fitted with a clear label 1942 dated and makers marked S.L & M Feathers Ltd. The smock has never been converted or altered and is still fitted with its Original stock label. The smock is fitted with Newey press studs, full working zip and has no damages or whatsoever. Cannot be upgraded. - Still Fitted With Original Stock Label This is near mint denison smock, we have not come across a denison smock in such fantastic condition. The Denison has only a very minor (period) repair on the under arm (upper arm) hardly to be seen when on display. This British Airborne Denision Smock compromises a size 7, and is fitted with a clear label 1942 dated and makers marked S.L & M Feathers Ltd. The smock has never been converted or altered and is still fitted with its Original stock label. The smock is fitted with Newey press studs, full working zip.
British Airborne Everest Load Carrier 1944 Dated Mint Condition In truly nice and IMO in mint condition, this British Airborne Everest Load Carrier.1944 Dated This equipment was used by Airborne, Infantry and supporting corps troops as well as by Marines and Commandos. Its more famously seen strapped to the front of a BSA bicycle on D-Day or worn on the back of an Airborne soldier as he walks through a cine frame during Op Market Garden. This equipment utilises a light weight metal frame with folding load carrying platform. Wide leather straps to bear the weight evenly. A wide leather belt supports the frame against the lower back. Two long leather strap secure the load. Most Load Carriers found these days have been used post war and many of the leather straps would have been cut off. This example however is in truly complete condition, with all original straps, hooks and clips still being in place and in working order. The fabric decking of the carrier is somewhat stained but appears to be in excellent IMO equal near mint condition.
British Airborne Everest Load Carrier 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition British Airborne Everest Load Carrier.1944 Dated This equipment was used by Airborne, Infantry and supporting corps troops as well as by Marines and Commandos. Its more famously seen strapped to the front of a BSA bicycle on D-Day or worn on the back of an Airborne soldier as he walks through a cine frame during Op Market Garden. This equipment utilises a light weight metal frame with folding load carrying platform. Wide leather straps to bear the weight evenly. A wide leather belt supports the frame against the lower back. Two long leather strap secure the load. Most Load Carriers found these days have been used post war and many of the leather straps would have been cut off. This example however is in truly complete condition, with all original straps, hooks and clips still being in place and in working order. The Carrier is never used but the metal frame has been rusted duel to inadequate storage over the years and not been cleaned. .
British Airborne First Pattern Denison Smock - Nice Used Condition This British Airborne Denison Smock compromises a first pattern (with wool cuffs on the sleeves). The smock compromises a long zip conversion and is in clear used condition with staines on the back of the smock and some other minor staines as clearly visible on the pictures. The label of the smock has been displaced yet these type of smocks have only been produced between 1942-43. A very nice and Original smock in used condition but priced accordingly.
BRITISH AIRBORNE HEADDRESS BY DANIEL FISHER & OLIVER LOCK. We are proud to announce that we have assisted Daniel and Oliver in the completion of this book. And that many previous unknown or privately held British Airborne Helmets are now featured in this work including items from our private collection. BRITISH AIRBORNE HEADDRESS BY DANIEL FISHER & OLIVER LOCK. Now available: Military Mode's eighth title has just gone to press. Their largest work to date consisting of 260 pages of high resolution photography and detailed text. Often highly rare items have been profusely photographed in the highest resolution bringing to life the rich and exciting subject of the British Airborne soldiers head wear. Logically starting with the maroon beret but also covering steel helmets and their modern day equivalents, training helmets, glider helmets, combat caps, slouch and boonie type hats, arctic and tropical head wear. Many items that have previously been unpublished and many with provenance that have been preserved in various museum inventories, as well as many other items from some of the most advanced collections. We are accepting pre-release orders now.
British Airborne i.e. Paratrooper MK V Sten Gun 1944 Dated - Deactivated And Certified According EU Law This is an orginal example of the Sten Gun MK V. The Mk V was essentially a better-quality, more elaborate version of the Mk 2. Changes included a wooden pistol grip, a vertical wooden fore grip, a wooden stock, and a bayonet mount. This weapon was particular favoured by British Airborne and/or Paratroopers. And became iconic due to its use in famous battles such as the Battle of Arnhem in September 1944. This particular Sten Gun compromises a full Original example and is clearly 1944 dated. This example has not got any post war markings or parts fitted as we commonly see with MKV deacts. The Sten Gun is fitted with orginal 1944 dated sling. Furthermore this Gun is deactivated according to new EU law and comes with Legal EU Certificates. The front grip is missing because the postwar used and it comes with a orginal spike bajonet and 1944 dated frog Please note: this item can only be sold within the EU.
British Airborne Lightweight Gasmask Bag And Gas Mask - Unissued Condition This is a British Airborne Lightweight Gas Mask Bag, clearly makers mark. The bag is fitted with Original carrying sling and compromises the model with clamps on the rear in order to place the bag on the belt. Furthermore the bag comes with Original Airborne Lightweight Gasmask and Filter. both 1944 dated the filter has been restamped by Danish army. Cannot be upgraded.
British Airborne Lightweight Gasmask Bag And Gas Mask - Unissued Condition This is a British Airborne Lightweight Gas Mask Bag, clearly dated 1943 and makers mark. The bag is fitted with Original carrying sling and compromises the model with clamps on the rear in order to place the bag on the belt. Furthermore the bag comes with Original Airborne Lightweight Gasmaskis 1944 dated, the filter has been restamp with postwar date and Broad Arrow marked. Also with the gasmask and bag come the Original eye shields
British Airborne Mapcase 1944 Dated Nice- Unissued Condition A very nice and increasingly hard to find British Airborne Mapcase. The mapcase is clearly dated 1944 and makers market The mapcase is in nice unissued condition and complete with the small leather strap on top of the map All press studs are in place and in full working condition.
British Airborne Mapcase Arnhem Battle Field Relec 1944 Dated Nice- Used Condition A very nice and increasingly hard to find British Airborne Mapcase. The mapcase is clearly dated 1944 and makers market The mapcase is in nice condition and complete with the small leather strap on top of the map The Map is found on a fleamarket in Arnhem 20 years ago nice piece of History
British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is MK3 British Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Helmet. The MK3 helmet was fitted with a webbing chinstrap supposed to the leather chin strap fitted to earlier models. The helmet is in IMO nice used condition with a very nice patina. The liner is in equal nice used condition the shell of the helmet. The helmet is cleary makers marked BMB and 1944 dated. The helmet is sized 7 3/4. tthe liner. The helmet bears its Original period factory repaint . A very nice and authentic British Airborne Helmet.
British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is MK3 British Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Helmet. The MK3 helmet was fitted with a webbing chinstrap supposed to the leather chin strap fitted to earlier models. The helmet is in IMO nice used condition with a very nice patina. The liner is in equal nice used condition the shell of the helmet. The helmet is cleary makers marked BMB and 1944 dated. The helmet is sized 7 3/8. The helmet appears to be named inside the liner. The helmet bears its Original period paint. A very nice and authentic British Airborne Helmet.
British Airborne Oversmock i.e. Jump Smock 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice example of a British Airborne Oversmock i.e. Jump Smock. These smocks would have been worn over the Denison Smock when Parachuting. This particular smock appears to be in clear but nice used condition. Most smocks find these days are unissued and large size Jump smocks. To find a smaller sized and just example is not very common. The smock is fitted with clear label, and is sized 2. The date compromises 1944. Furthermore the smock is fitted with a full working original zipp and Newey Press studs. The smocks has some clear traces of wear mostly in the collar (on the back, not visible when on display). A truly nice British Airborne Jump Smock in nice used condition!
British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is a British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. Fitted with Kings Crown and IMO in mint condition.
British Airborne Parachute Regiment Sergeant Battle Dress 1943 - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice example of a British Airborne Battle Dress Jacket. The jacket is badged to an Parachute Regiment Sergeant. All badges compromise full Original examples consisting off; printed parachute regiment shoulder tittles, printed Pegasus Formation Patches, Sergeant Stripes and a Parachute Qualification Wing. The wing is executed in the distinct horizontal weave indicating it is a period qualification wing. The Jacket compromises a size 13 which is fitted with a clear label. Being dated 1943. The jacket is in IMO near mint condition. A truly nice and fully Original British Airborne Paratrooper Battle Dress.
British Airborne Printed Pegasus Formation Patches - Mint Condition This is a very nice and matching set of British Airborne Formation Patches. The patches compromise a printed version. In nice uniform removed yet mint condition.
British Airborne Red Beret Kangol Wear Limited 1945 - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and unissued example of a British Airborne Red Beret. The beret appears to be in IMO near mint condition. The beret is very clearly makers marked Kangol Wear Limited one of the mist common known producers of the famous British Airborne Red Beret. The bert is furthermore clearly 1945 dated and marked with the British Broad Arrow. There beret is also War Department Marked yet is is very hard to read and could not be captured on camera. Furthermore the beret is still fitted with original stock label, and fitted with original Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. The beret is unissued as described yet some minor moth damages due to years of storage yet are IMO non-distubring and the overall impressive condition of the beret compromises these minor damages. A truly iconic and full original British Airborne uniform piece.
British Airborne South Staffordshire Regiment Cap Badge With Holland Patch - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British (Airborne) South Staffordshire Regiment Cap Badge. The cap badge is fitted with a so-called Holland Patch.
British Airborne Thermos Flask And Webbing Carrier - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days this British Airborne Thermos Flask in orginal webbing carrier. The thermos flask is clearly makers marked, and 1944 dated on the bottom of the flask. The flask is fitted with Original cork which is in excellent condition. Also the interior of the flask does not appear to be damaged. The webbing carrier does not appear to be dated or makers marked and is in somewhat more used condition them the flask. IMO also best to described as nice used condition. Still hard to be upgraded though!
British Airborne/Commando Bergen Rucksack - Nice Used Condition This is a great example of a British Airborne and/or Commando Rucksack i.e. so-called Bergen Carrier. Often being used post war and badly damaged we have managed to found this truly nice piece and IMO nice used condition Rucksack. The Bergen is complete with mos tof its original webbing and leather straps and fitted on original Carrier Frame. These type of Rucksacks would have been issued to both Airborne and Commando troops and have become infamous as fixture in front on the BSA Folding Bicycle. This particular Bergen Rucksack has been Waterproofed which was specificly issued to Glider Pilots. the waterproof rubber inside the bergen is dry out
British Airborne/Commando String Vest 1945 - Unissued Condition In unissued IMO near mint condition this British Airborne/Commando Stringvest. This was standard issue as cold weather underwear for Paratroopers, to help keep them insulated. T is a tag attached to the bottom of the vest that has the manufacturer "Lilly Whites" written on one side, the size, 3, and the date 1945.
British Airtex Boxer Short 1944 Dated - Mint Condition In mint condition these 1944 dated boxer short. The boxer short is executed in an airtex like material. Although there appear no Broad Arrow or War Department marks these boxer shorts have known to be used by Armed Forces during the war. Cannot be upgraded.
British Airtex Underpants 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition A pair of unissued and IMO near mint British Airtex Underpants. The pants are fitted with a clear label, being makers marked JBL, dated 1944 and sized 8.
British Ammo 1940 Dated- Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 10 and are clearly makers marked and 1940 dated. The boots arein nice used condition with no damages . The soles are in nice used condion. Both boots have a WD marking on the extorior, stamped in te leather. The boots are fitted with Original leather laces.
British Ammo Boots 1942 Dated Sized 6- Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 6 and are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Best to be described as well used condition. The leather is dried out and damaged in some places but could be partly restored. The Original soles are in equal nice condition with the size marking still being clearly visible. As described in clear used condition and priced accordingly.
British Ammo Boots 1942 Dated Sized 9 - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 9 and are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. Best to be described IMO in nice used condition. The Original soles are in equal nice condition with the size marking still being clearly visible.The leather is in overall good and would look like new when polished.
British Ammo Boots 1942 Dated Sized 9 - Stone Mint Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 9 and are clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. The boots are IMO in stone mint condition with no damages or traces of wear. The soles are in equal stone mint condion. Both boots have a WD marking on the extorior, stamped in te leather. The boots are fitted with Original leather laces. Cannot be upgraded!
British Ammo Boots 1945 Dated Sized 11 - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days British Army Ammo Boots. These boots compromise a size 11 and are clearly makers marked and 1945 dated. Best to be described in clear used condition which various damages on the exterior. The boot is marked a four digit registration number on the rear of the boot. But could be partly restored when well polished. The Original soles are in equal nice used condition with horse shoe missing, with the size marking still being clearly visible.
British Army Brass Compass MK1 X 1940 Dated In Original Box - Mint This is a truly nice and early model of the British Brass Marching Compass. The compass compromises an early MK1 X and is clearly makers marked J.M. Glauser London and 1940 dated. The compass is fitted in ts Original cardboard box and bears some Original wrapping i.e. grease paper on the compass. The compass is not in working order. Hard to be upgraded.
British Army Issue Braces Sized 36 And 1945 Dated - Mint Condition This is a nice pair off British Army Issue Braces. The braces being in IMO mint condition, complete with all leather straps being present in the leather being in mint condition. The braces are clearly makers marked, sized 36 and 1945 dated. Increasingly hard to find.
British Army Khaki Beret 1945 Dated - Near Mint Condition A very nice British Army issue khaki beret. The beret is clearly makers marked Compton & Sons and 1945 dated. The beret is equally clearly marked with its war department marking. Although the beret appears in unissued condition some very small moth holes can be detected on the top part. Other then that in mint condition!
British Army Marching Compass MK111 1942 Dated With Origina Leather Pouch - Mint Condition This is a very attractive British Brass Marching Compass. The compass compromises a MK111 and is clearly 1942 marked. The compass is makers marked T.G. & Co Ltd London and appears to be in working order. The compass comes with orginal leather carrying pouch which is not makers marked as is very common with these type of leather pouches. A truly attractive compass and pouch, hard to be upgraded!
British Army Motorcycle Goggles Clear Transparent Glass - Nice Used Condition A nice pair of unissued British Army dispatch i.e. motorcycle goggles. The gogglesare best to be described as Nice used with some minor damages i.e. staines due to years of storage as can be seen on the pictures. These particular goggles have clear transparent glasses Increasingly hard to find these days!
British Army Physical Training Corps Shoulder Titles - Uniform Removed A very nice pair of British army Physical Training Corps Shoulder titles. The titles are fully matching uniform removed condition.
British Army Snow Camouflage Suite Jacket And Trousers 1942 - Used Condition This is a very nice example of a British Army Snow Suit i.e. Smock and trousers. Both smock and trousers are in used condition yet appeared somewhat stained due to years of storage. Very likely these staines can not be removed. Yet the smock itself is not dated, it is marked with the British Broad Arrow and marked with the letter O, indicating it is a 1942 dated suit. Furthermore the smock has one button missing and a minor damages on the inner arm. The trousers are fitted with origina label and are 1942 dated and compromise a size 2.
British ATS (Womans) Cap & Cap badge - Nice Used Condition A nice British ATS (Womans) Cap and Cap badge. The cap is clearly worn and the size marking have been faded. Possibly a size 7. The War Department markings however are clearly visible. The cap is also fitted a wash/name label "E Dodd". The cap is clearly used and has apparent traces of wear. The inner visor of the cap is somewhat damaged, yet the exterior of cap is in very nice and prestine condition.
British ATS Side Cap With Original Fitted Brass Capbadge - Nice Used Condition A very nice British ATS (Womans) side cap. The cap is in nice although used condition. The cap is orignal fitted with a brass ATS cap badge.
British Beret 1945 - Near Mint Condition In nice used i.e. near mint condition this British Beret. The beret is clearly makers marked Kangol Wear Limited and dated 1945. Furthermore the beret is clearly WD marked and has no apparent damages. Hard to be upgraded.
British Black Kangol Wear Ltd Tank Crew Beret 1945- Used Condition This British Black i.e. Tank Crew Beret is in nice yet clearly used condition. The beret is clearly makers marked Kangol Wear Ltd and dated 1945. The beret compromise a size 61/2 and is clearly WD marked. The beret is as described in nice used condition with no apparent damages.
British Black Kangol Wear Ltd Tank Crew Beret 1945- Used Condition This British Black i.e. Tank Crew Beret is in nice yet clearly used condition. The beret is clearly makers marked Kangol Wear Ltd and dated 1945. The beret compromise a size 7 and is clearly WD marked. The beret is as described in nice used condition with no apparent damages.
British Boiled Sweets, Salt & Matches Ration Tin 1943 - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice used condition British Army Ration Tin. Intended for Boiled Sweets Salt & Matches . The tin is clearly makers marked and dated 11/43 and makers marked W.Ltd. The tin has furthmore a small marking on the bottom right which is unusual as it normally is marked on the side of the lid.
British Bren Gun Spare Barrel Carrier - Unissued Condition A British webbing carrier intended to hold the spare barrel and spare parts of the Bren Gun. The carrier is nicely dated and makers marked. In unissued condition and IMO stone mint condition.
British Bren Gun Spare Barrel Carrier - Unissued Condition A British webbing carrier intended to hold the spare barrel and spare parts of the Bren Gun. The carrier is nicely dated and makers marked. In unissued condition.
British Brown Leather Anckle Officers Boots Sized 11 Dated 1943 - Mint Condition A truly nice and IMO mint pair of British Officers Boots. Executed in brown leather which is very well preserved. The boots are clearly 1943 dated as well as marked with the Broad Arrow. The boots compromise a size 11. Both the leather of the boots as well as the soles are in exellent i.e. mint condition.
British Carrying Sling For 303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this Webbing carrying sling, intended for the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The sling is fitted with Original clips to attach to the rifle. There appear to be no dates or makers marks not unusual for this type of equipment.
British Chocolate And Boiled Sweets Ration Tin 1943 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Chocolate and Boiled Sweets ration tin. The tin is clearly 1943 dated and makers marked. The side of the lid is furthermore marked 1MB. Can be upgraded.
British Cigarette Ration Tin - Nice Used Condition In very neat condition this British Army ration tin for cigarettes. The tin is not dated or makers marked which is very usual for these type of tins. Bears near enough all its Original paint. Hard to be upgraded.
British Commando Scarf/Hat 1942 Dated - Used Condition In nice used condition this British Commando Scarf. Executed in wool this scarf could be worn as scarf of as hat. The scarf is executed in wool and has some clear damages as can be seen on the pictures. The scarf is 1942 dated and marked with a Broad Arrow. Can be upgraded.
British Denim Overall Blouse Size 5 And 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition this British Denim Overall Blouse. Very alike to the British Battle Dress model this blouse is executed in a greenshade denim. The blouse is fitted with a clear label, being dated 1945 and compromising a size 5. The jacket is furthermore War Department marked. Cannot be upgraded.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used and the color is faded. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves measure a size 8 1/2. Can be upgraded.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are makers marked yet this is very much faded and measured size 9. The gloves are still attached together and have never been seperated since production.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves 1943 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used and have some minor repairs. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves measure a size 9 and clearly 1943 dated.
British Dispatch i.e. Motorcyclist Gloves 1945 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. motorcyclist gloves. The gloves are clearly used but the wear gives them a very appealing look. The gloves are clearly makers marked as well as being marked with Broad Arrow. The gloves are dated 1945 and measure a size 97.
British Dispatch Rider i.e. Motorcyclists Boots 7L 1945 - Near Mint Condition A very nice pair of British Dispatch Rider i.e. Motorcyclists Boots. The boots executed in black leather are IMO in near mint condition. Sized 7L and dated 1945 in the interior. The boots are WD marked on the side of the boots. The leather of the boots are in excellent condition, and all hooks and clips are in place and good working order. The boots are not fitted with Original laces. The soles are in equal near mint condition complete with all iron plates fitted to the sole. A very nice pair of Dispatch Rider boots hard to be upgraded.
British Dispatch Riders Helmet 1942 - Nice Used Condition A very nice and in near mint condition example of a British Dispatch Riders (Motorcyclists) helmet. The helmet is fitted with a near mint liner. the felt in the liner is in excellent condition, and all laces and leather chinstrap are in place and in equal mint condition. The helmet shell has clear trace of some scratching as can be seen on te pictures. The helmet is clearly makers marked BMB and 1942 dated and compromises a size 6 1/4.
British Emergency Ration Tin - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition this British Emergency Ration Tin. The tinis nicely serial i.e. makers marked on the back which is quite unusual. Hard to be upgraded.
British Entrenching tool 1939 Pattern 1940 Dated and Webbing Carrier - Used Condition This compromises and very nice and early war set of British Entrenching Tool and 1939 Pattern Webbing Tool cover. Both tool and cover are 1940 dated. These 1939 model entrenching tools are identical to the German Entrenching Tool. The entrenching tool is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked John Perks. The tool cover is clearly makers MeCo and equally 1940 dated. This compromises a nice and matching set hard to be upgraded.
British Entrenching tool Pattern 1939 and Webbing Carrier - Used Condition This compromises and very nice and early war set of British Entrenching Tool and 1939 Pattern Webbing Tool cover. These 1939 model entrenching tools are identical to the German Entrenching Tool. The entrenching tool is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked John Perks. The tool cover is clearly makers MeCo and equally 1940 dated. This compromises a nice and matching set hard to be upgraded.
British General Service Side Cap Badged Royal Army Service Corps - Used Condition In clear used condition with some minor moth damage is this British General Service Cap. The cap is Badged Royal Army Service Corps. Furthermore the cap is clearly 1940 dated and measures a size 6 3/4. As described the cap is clearly used with minor damage, yet priced accordingly.
British ground sheet rubberised 1941 dated- Mint Condition An early war ground sheet, rubberised. Made by J.M. Ltd and dated 1941. The groundsheet is in mint condition and the rubber is still very supple. Very hard to upgrade in this condition.
British Leather Flare Pistol Holster 1942 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this British Flare Pistol holster and carrying sling. The holster is executed in leather and clearly makers marked as well as 1942 dated. Hard to be upgraded.
British Lee Enfield MK4 303 Rifle And Webbing Carrying Sling - Nice Used Condition A very nice example of a British Lee Enfield MK4 303 Rifle. These type of rifles would have been favoured by most commonwealth forces and widely used during world war two. The rifle is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked however does not compromise a matching numbers. The rifle is fitted with Original webbing carrying strap. Please note that this rifle is deactivated according to Dutch law. Please check your local legislation prior to ordering.
British Life Belt 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition example of a British Life Belt. The Life Belt is clearly 1944 dated and marked the Broad Arrow. All straps and airing tube are still present and in equal mint condition. Although not specific Airborne issued there is one picture known of a British Airborne Glider Pilot Crashed in Holland 1944 wearing such a Life Belt when taken prisoner of war. Cannot be upgraded!
British Life Belt 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition example of a British Life Belt. The Life Belt is clearly 1944 dated and marked the Broad Arrow. All straps and airing tube are still present and in equal mint condition. Although not specific Airborne issued there is one picture known of a British Airborne Glider Pilot Crashed in Holland 1944 wearing such a Life Belt when taken prisoner of war. Cannot be upgraded!
British Linnen Map Of D Day i.e. Normandy Theatre of Operations 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and hard to come by item. This map compliled in 1940 and published and upated by the War Office in 1942 is executed in linnen. The map compromises the "Norther Layer" covering Normandy were the Normandy Landings took place in 1944. A fantastic item with great patina that aires history!
British Made U.S. M1923 Garand Cartridge Belt - Used Condition Not the nicest example but increasingly hard to find this British Made M1923 Garand Cartridge belt. The belt appears to be complete free of damage but in used condition. Markings and dates have largely faded. Executed in the distinct British webbing material. Can be upgraded.
British Military Police Armband - Near Mint Condition In truly nice unissued and IMO near mint condition British Military Police Armband. The armband is fitted with all original press studs and appears to be in undamaged condition. Cannot be upgraded.
British Mk IV Service Respirator British Expeditionary Forces (BEF) - Used Condition A beautiful and rare set of early British kit is this Mk IV Service Respirator ( 2nd model). Mk V gasmask bag 1939, early eyeshields and early Ointment Anti Gas No2. The gasmask is dated 30/7/39 on the face piece and has the rare No5 EA filter between the normal standard filter. In IMO nice used condition hard to be upgraded!
British MK1 Bren Assualt Vest i.e. Skeleton Assualt Vest 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a nice example of a MK1 Bren vest or so-called Skeleton Assualt Vest or Bren assault vest. This vest was a simplified version of the assault jerkin , It was made from the same cotton canvas as the assault jerkin. These type of assualt vest would have typically been used by British Troops during the Normandy Landings and there after. This particular vest is in very nice and IMO mint condition. the vest is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded!
British MKIII Percussion Cap Tin 1943 - Nice Used Condition British IMO nice used condition tin intended to hold percusion caps. The tin is nicely 1943 dated and clearly marked on the front. Hard to be upgraded.
British MKIII Percussion Cap Tin 1943/1944 - Nice Used Condition British IMO nice used condition tin intended to hold percusion caps. The tin is nicely 1943/1944 dated and clearly marked on the front. Hard to be upgraded.
British Motor Cyclist Qualification Badge - Mint Condition This is a nice and IMO mint condition Motor Cyclist (M.C.) qualification badge. Executed in cloth. Hard to upgrade.
British No 5 MK1 Lee Enfield Or So Called Jungle Carbine - Nice Used Condition We not come across such a nice used and IMO near mint Lee Enfield No 5 MK1 or so-called Jungle Carbine. Jungle Carbine was an informal term used for the Rifle No. 5 Mk I which was a derivative of the British Lee–Enfield No. 4 Mk I, designed not for jungle fighting but in response to a requirement for a "Shortened, Lightened" version of the No.4 rifle for airborne forces in the European theatre of operations. Production of this rifle started in March 1944. The end of the war in Europe overtook widespread issue of the No.5 and most of the operational use of this rifle occurred in colonial campaigns such as the Malayan emergency. This is where the "Jungle Carbine" nickname comes from. The rifle itself is in very nice used condition and as previously described IMO near mint condition. Complete with rubberized bud on the stock which is often displaced. The rifle is marked with a serial number and is fitted with Original webbing carrying strap. Please note this item is for sale from the age of 18 only! Deactivated according to Dutch Law; please check your local laws and legislation prior to ordering.
British No.1 Electrical Lamp In Original Box - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this British No.1 Electrical Lamp in unissed condition. The lamp is executed in the distinct British brownish shade. Both box and lamp are in unissued condition with the obvious traces due to years of storage.
British Officers Battle Dress To Royal Army Ordonance Corps - Nice Used Condition British Officers 1940 pattern Battle Dress, badged to an officer of the Royal Army Ordonance Corps. The jacket is fitted with Original badges. The jacket is sized 16 and dated 1945. In nice used condition.
British Officers High Brown Boots Sized 10 Dated 1945 - Nice Used Condition British Officers High Boots. Executed in Brown Leather and IMO in nice used condition. With the leather being soft and pliable and only some light trace of wear. These boots would have issued amongst general army as well as Airborne Troops. There is a picture known (see attached picture) of the commanding officer Major William Jock Neill C Company The Border Regiment taking part in the Battle of Arnhem These boots compromise a matching pair and compromise a size 10. The boots are clearly makers marked and 1945 dated.
British Pilot Or Glider Pilot Microphone - Unissued Condition Unissued and still in Original wrapper, this RAF/Glider Pilot Microphone. The microphone would have been intended to fit in either RAF flying caps or Glider Pilot helmets. The earphones have various serial markings although are not dated (as per usual with this type of equipment).
British Players Brand Cigarette Tin - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used condition this British cigarette tin of the Players Brand. Players cigarettes would be widely supplied to British troops in both commercial and non-commercial packaging.
British Ration Tin Chocolate And Boiled Sweets 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a British Chocolate and Boiled Sweets Ration tin. The tin is clearly makers marked D & H LTD. and 2/44 dated. The tin bears almost all its Original paint and has a very nice patina finish. A nice ration tin that could be upgraded.
British Ration Tin Two Men One Day With - Nice Used Condition This is IMO a nice used example of a British Ration Tin intended to carry the Two men one day ration. These tins would have been kept in various types of vehicles. The tin is complete with Original leather strap which is used to secure the tin in the vehicle. Hard to be upgraded.
British Regimental Police Armband - Near Mint In unissued condition with some trae due to years of storage and hence IMO near mint. This British Regimental Police Armband. The armband is fitted with full working press studs.
British Regimental Signaller Qualification Patch - Mint Condition In truly nice and IMO mint condition this British Qualification Badge for Regimental Signaller. This badge would have been worn on the lower arm of the Battle Dress. The same badge was used for Regimental Signaller Instructor, in this case the patch would have been worn on the upper arm. The patch is in mint condition and cannot be upgraded.
British Royal Air Force Battle Dress Jacket - Nice Used Condition This is a nice and IMO nice used condition British Royal Air Force Battle Dress Jacket. Executed in the distinct wool material, the Battle Dress is originally badged and fitted with original Pilot wing and rank stripes on the shouldboards. The battle dress is fitted with a clear label measuring a size 9 and dated 1944. The battle dress is as described in nice used condition with various small repairs. Yet these repairs have been skillfully applied and make this battle dress still a nice and desirable jacket. Increasingly hard to find yet can be upgraded.
British Royal Air Force Pilot Wing - Uniform Removed Condition A very nice British Royal Air Force Pilots Wing. The wing is fitted with the Kings Crown and compromises an uniform removed condition.
British Royal Air Force Special Ration B Tin - Mint Condition This is a nice and IMO mint condition tin for the Royal Air Force Special Ration B. The tin is clearly marked with the Royal Air Force wings and war department reference number. The tin is not dated although the wing is fitted with the so-called Kings Crown indicating it is a wartime issue ration.
British Royal Air Force Trousers 1944 - Unissued i.e. Stone Mint Condition This is a pair of unissued i.e. stone mint Royal Air Forces Trousers. The trousers executed in the distinct Air Force Blue are fitted with a clear and crisp label, as well as stock number. Furthermore the trousers are War Department stamped in the lining. The trousers compromise a size 0 i.e. waist 29. Cannot be upgraded!
British Royal Air Force Trousers 1945 - Unissued i.e. Stone Mint Condition This is a pair of unissued i.e. stone mint Royal Air Forces Trousers. The trousers executed in the distinct Air Force Blue are fitted with a clear and crisp label, as well as stock number. Furthermore the trousers are War Department stamped in the lining. The trousers compromise a size 00 i.e. waist 31 . Cannot be upgraded!
British S.D. Motorcycle Pantaloons 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition This is a very spectacular unissued pair of British S.D. Motorcyclist i.e. Dispatch Riders Pantaloons. The padding on the legs is still covered in its Original wartime wrapping paper. The pantaloons are fitted with a very nice and clear label. Measuring a size 11 and dated 1942. The trousers have further markings such as War Department and Broad Arrow markings. A truly nice pair of dispatch riders pantaloons that cannpt be upgraded.
British S.D. Motorcycle Pantaloons 1944 Dated Sized 18 - Unissued Condition This is a very spectacular sized 18 and unissued pair of British S.D. Motorcyclist i.e. Dispatch Riders Pantaloons. The pantaloons are fitted with a very nice and clear label. Measuring a size 18 and dated 1944. The trousers have further markings such as War Department and Broad Arrow markings. However unissued the trousers have various minor moth damages on the legs, yet IMO not disturbing for display purposes. The trousers are furthermore in excellent condition still perfectly suitable for use.
British SAS/Airborne/Commando Camoflaged Windproof Smock And Trousers - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of a camoflaged windproof jacket and trousers. Typically issued to British SAS, Commanda and Airborne Troops. Both smock and trousers are in very neat, nice used yet almost near mint condition. The jacket which in its own right is IMO mint condition has not been fitted with a label. The label has not been displaced, but never fitted as no remain stitching or is visible in the interior. Yet these type of windproof smocks in this particular camoflage were only produced in 1943 and 1944 and were replaced with a much darker green camoflage. The trousers have some light trace of wear and are fitted with a clear label. Measuring a size 5 and dated 1944. A truly nice set of Windproof Smock and Trousers that would be hard to upgrade!
British Sergeant Stripes Fully Matching Set - Mint Condition A nice and matching pair of British Sergeant Stripes. Some glue staines are visible on the rear as it was probably fitted on a display.
British Sergeant Stripes Fully Matching Set - Uniform Removed In nice uniform removed condition, this fully matching pair of British Sergeant Stripes. Hard to be upgraded.
British Square Bakelite Compass - Nice Used Condition IMO best to be described as nice used condition this British Compass. This compass compromises one of the later square models executed in bakelite. The compass is marked with serial number and Broad Arrow on the rear.
British Standard Infantry Gas Mask & Carrier 1942 - Mint Condition A standard British infantry gasmask dated 1942 along with its original filter. Gasmask and filter are in fair condition some minor traces of rust. The gasmask comes in its original carrier case clearly dated 1942. Cannot be upgraded!
British Sten Gun Sling 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition Unissued British Sten Gun Sling. We managed to found a box with unissued slings. All slings are 1944 dated and in excellent condition. The hooks appear somewhat coroded due years of storage, yet are all in excellent condition. The prices listed is for one sling only!
British Tommy Helmet 1938 Dated Fitted With Camoflage And Netting - Near Mint Condition This is an IMO near mint example of a British Tommy Helmet. The helmet is fitted with Original liner and is clearly makers marked VERO and 1938 dated. The helmet appears to bear its Original paint and is fitted with Original netting and camoflage material. This is a very nice and attractive helmet hard to be upgraded!
British Tommy i.e. Brodie Helmet Camoflaged Normandie Battlefield relec - Nice Used Conditon Brodie Helmets or so-called Tommy Helmet appear on a regualr basis. Yet to find a camoflaged example is quite rare. This Normandie Batllefield relic helmet compromises a camoflaged example. The helmet is IMO nice used condition, with most of the Original camoflage/paint is in Black and Green the soldiers name is written insde of the Helmet The liner is in equal nice used condition. A very attractive helmet, hard to be upgraded!
British Washroll 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of a British Washroll. The washroll is clearly makers marked Mc Mamara and 1943 dated.
British Webbing Carrying Sling For Breng Gun - Used Condition In clearly used condition this webbing carrying sling for the Bren Gun. Bren Gun slings are longer then the commonly found Lee Enfield carrying slings.The sling has been blancoed, yet is in good condition with no apparent damages and fitted with its Original hooks and clips. . The sling is makers marked and marked with the Broad Arrow.
British Webbing Utility Straps Bundle Of 10 - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this bundle of British webbing utility straps. The bundle compromises 10 identical straps, never seperated before. All appear to be broad arrow marked and world war two dated,1941 and marked makers H&S Ltd Cannot be upgraded.
British Webbing Utility Straps Bundle Of 10 - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this bundle of British webbing utility straps. The bundle compromises 10 identical straps, never seperated before. All appear to be broad arrow marked and world war two dated, the examples compromise a 1941 and marked made ROVER example. Cannot be upgraded.
British White i.e. Snow Camoflage Stengun Cover 1945 - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition is this Stengun Cover. Executed in white material i.e. snow camoflage. The cover is clearly makers marked and 1945 dated. There appear to be no damages only some minor staines due to years of storage. Cannot be upgraded.
British Wire Cutter - Nice Used Condition British wire cutter with P37 poutch. the poutch is maker made M ECo and dated 1941 The wire cutter is made by ETF Ltd and dated 1942
British Woman Royal Army Corps Dispatch Riders Breeches - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this pair of Womans Royal Army Corps (WRAC) Breeches i.e. Dispatch Riders Trousers. These pair of Breeches compromise a 1955 dated pair, yet they are identical to the 1940s Breeches. Yet the 1940s dated Breeches are increasingly hard to come by these days. The trousers appear to be in unissued condition and fitted with clear label. Measuring a size 8. Would make a great display item!
British Woolen Gloves 1942 - Unissued Condition We recently found a whole packet of British Army woolen knitted gloves. None of the gloves are makers makred or dated but come from the same 1942 dated package. All in unissued condition. Please note the price listed is for one pair of gloves only!
Britsh (Airborne) Sten Bandoleer 1942 Dated - Mint Condition This is an IMO mint condition example of a British (Airborne) Sten Bandoleer. The bandoleer was intended to hold additional cartridges for the Sten Gun. Favoured by British Airborne Forces. The bandoleer is executed in the distinct webbing material and is clearly 1942 dated as well as makers marked N.W. & S Ltd. Increasingly hard to find these days and hard to be upgraded!
Bundle Off Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Unissued Condition In unissued condition, this unopened bundle of Canadian 1937 pattern webbing cross straps. The bundle has never been openned, and the straps remain unissued. The one visible strap appears to be 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded. The listed price compromise the complete budnle of ten straps!
Canadian 1937 Ammunition Pouch - Near Mint Condition A Canadian 1937 Pattern ammunition pouch. The pouch was intended to be used for ammunition and often worn just above the pistol holster. The dates and makers mark are visible although hard to read. The date appears to be 1943.The pouch is clearly marked with a Canadian Broad Arrow on the back of the pouch although appears not visible on the picture.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Ancklets - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition, this pair of increasingly hard to find 1937 pattern webbing ancklets. The ancklets are fully matching, both dated 1943, makers marked and sized 3. Both ancklets are marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Bayonet Frog With Spike Bayonet - Near Mint Condition In IMO near mint condition this Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Bayonet Frog. The frog is 1943 dated and executed in the distinct canadian shade webbing. The bayonet is fitted with Original spike bayonet. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Binocular Case And Binoculars - Unissued Condition IMO best to be described as unissued this 1937 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case and Canadian Made Binoculars. The webbing case is clearly marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow and executed in the distinct Canadian shade. The date and makers mark are visible yet hard to read. The binoculars are Canadian made and marked with a Broad Arrow and 1945 dated. The binoculars have clear vision and are fitted with leather carrying strap. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Binocular Case And Canada Made Binoculars 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to come by this Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Carrying Case. The case is executed in the distinct Canadian shade canvas material. And IMO in mint condition. The binoculars are IMO in nice used condition and are clearly Canadian makers marked and 1944 dated. The binoculars are fitted with Original carrying strap. A highly sought after item,hard to be upgraded!
Canadian 1937 Pattern Small Pack - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and increasingly hard to come 1937 Pattern Webbing Small Pack. Executed in the distinct Canadian webbing shade and clearly makers marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. The makers mark is visible yet hard to read. IMO in unissued i.e. mint condition.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Water Bottle And Carrier 1944 - Unissued Condition This is a Canadian1937 Pattern two pint water bottle. The water bottle and enveloppe type carrier are in unissued and IMO mint condition. The bottle is executed in green/gray C. The enveloppe is clearly 1943 dated. A truly nice water bottle and carrier that cannot be upgraded.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters Size 3 1943 Dated - Stone Mint Condition In IMO stone mint and unissued condition this pair o fCanadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets i.e. gaiters. The ancklets compromise a matching pair, both being sized and 1943 dated. And clearly marked with the Canadian Style Broad Arrow. The ancklets are still attached together with Original stitching. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Gaiters Size 4 1941 Dated - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this pair ofCanadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Ancklets i.e. gaiters. The ancklets compromise a matching pair, both being sized 4 and 1941 dated. And clearly marked with the Canadian Style Broad Arrow.
Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Tank Crew Holster 1943 - Mint Condition This is an increasingly hard to find example of a Canadian 1937 Pattern Webbing Tank Crew holster. The holster is in IMO mint condition with all straps being present. Both holster and leg strap are makers marked M.W. & S and dated 1943, the strap is matching to the holster. Furthermore the holster is fitted with fully working press stud and marked with the Canadian Style Broad Arrow. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Anti Gas Helmet Cover - Unissued 1943 Dated This is a nice and unissued example of a Canadian Anti Gas Cover. The cover could be worn as a hot or as protetive cover over a hat. Clearly marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow and 1943 dated. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers May 1942 Dated Size 16 - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint An unissued and IMO Stone Mint pair of Canadian Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly dated 1942 and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow in the interior of the trousers . The trousers compromise a size 16 fitted with clear and crisp label on the rear exterior of the trousers. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Battle Dress Trousers May 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint An unissued IMO Stone Mint pair of Canadian Battle Dress Trousers. The trousers are clearly dated 1945 and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow in the interior of the trousers . The trousers compromise a size 15 fitted with clear and crisp label on the rear exterior of the trousers. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition An unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition.
Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition An unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition.
Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition An unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition.
Canadian Bren Gun Spare Barrel Carrier - used Condition A Canadian carrier intended to hold the spare barrel and spare parts for the Bren Gun. The carrier in nicely dated and makers marked. In used unissued condition. near mint
Canadian Issue Lee Enfield Rile Sling- Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and IMO unissued and mint example of a rifle sling intended to carry the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. Executed in webbing material the sling is clearly 1943 dated and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. Increasingly hard to find these days.
Canadian MK11 Steel Helmet 1941 Dated - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and increasingly hard to find Canadian MK11 Steel Helmet. The helmet is fitted with Original liner and clearly 1941 dated. The helmet bears its Original distinct Canadian paint and is IMO in overall mint conditio. A truly nice Canadian Helmet!
Canadian Pair Of 303 Ammunition Clip Pouches Fully Matching 1941 Dated - Stone Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO stone mint and fully matching pair of 1937 pattern pouches intended for 303 Cal ammunition clips. The pouches are both 1941 dated and clearly makers marked Z.L. & T.L. Cannot be upgraded!
Canadian Wash Roll - Unissued Condition A Canadian wash roll intended to carry personal hygiene items such as razors, shaving brush and soap. The roll is in unissued condition. Other then the Canadian style broad arrow there are no further markings.
Canadian Washroll - Unissued In unissued condition this Canadian Washroll. The washroll is Canadian marked although not dated.
Canadian Washroll - Unissued Condition In unissued i,e, mint condition this Canadian Washroll. The washroll is clearly marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow but does not appear to makers marked. Hard to be upgraded.
Canadian1937 Water Bottle And Carrier Frame - Unissued A 1937 pattern two pint water bottle and webbing carrier frame.Executed in the distinctive Canadian brown/yellow shade Both frame and bottle have no dates or makers marked. In unissued condition.
Candadian 37 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps 1944 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this set of 37 pattern webbing cross straps. The straps are marked with the Canadian type Broad Arrow and makers marked.
Candian Armoured Corps Sergeant Battle Dress Sized 9 - Used Condition A very nice and originally badged Canadian Battle Dress jacket. The jacket is badged to a sergeant to the Canadian Armoured Corps. The jacket compromises a size 9 and is manufactured by Tip Top Taylors, the date however appears faded although most jackets produced by Tip Top Taylors are known to be 1943 dated. The jacket is furthermore nicely marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow and a ribbon fitted above the front pocket. A very nice Orginal used BD jacket hard to be
Carantan Linking Omaha Beach-Utah Beach The first in a series of three books about the 101st Airborne Division in Normandy comprising over 1,000 pages and 2,000 photographs, this initial volume concentrates on events immediately preceding D-Day. Organized by Regiment of the 101st Airborne, after 30 years of investigative research most of the photos that appear in the volume have been identified, for the very first time. A combination of three prestigious collections, this book of airborne images is undoubtedly now the most impressive ensemble published anywhere in the world. American historian Mark Bando, along with the two founders of the D-Day Paratroopers Historical Center, Emmanuel Allain and Michel De Trez joined forces to merge their knowledge and collections. Bando began to collect photographic and oral histories long before it became fashionable. His expertise and knowledge, collected over the years, directly from the veterans while their memories were still fresh and intact. Never before has the epic liberation of Carentan and linking of the invasion beaches by the 101st Airborne been covered with such attention to detail. The book will not available in bookstores, 235 x 295cm, Hardback - 232 pages - 350 + illustrations ISBN 978-2-9540297-2-6 - 49 Euros
D-Day Minus 17 September Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 describes the preparations and en and crossing to Holland on 17 september 1944. The history is richely illustrated with many pictures and documents most of them never published before (207 paginas) Pice €49,00.
Detailed And Unique Book About British Airborne Denison Smocks - New This is a very detailed book about British Airborne Denison Smocks. The book handles about the history of the denison smock to present day use. Richly illustrated and featuring many denision smocks with a story to tell. Not be missed by any British Airborne Collector.
Dorsetshire Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A nice example of a Dorsetshire capbadge. The Dorsets are one of the less known regiments that took part in the Battle of Arnhem in 1944 by evacuating troops at the end of the battle. In nice used condition.
Dutch WWII period hand-operated flash-light, so-called: 'Knijpkat' - Philips Makers Marked This is a very nice nice and unusual item: a Dutch WWII period hand-operated flash-light, so-called: 'Knijpkat' in absolute mint, unissued condition. These flash-lights - produced by the 'Phillips' company - were a much favoured item by, as well the (German) military occupation forces, as the civil population. They did not needed batteries but were operated by pushing a small generator by hand. In used although undameged condition.
Early British Leather Trouser Belt - Unissued Condition This is an early British trouser belt. Excuted in brown leather and fitted with a brass buckle. The belt is in IMO unissued i.e. mint condition.
Economy i.e. Plastic Border Regiment Cap Badge In Silver - Near Mint Condition A very nice example of a Economy i.e. executed in plastic cap badge to the Border Regiment. The cap badge is nicely makers marked Stanley & Sons Walsall. This cap badge compromises the rarer silver coloured variation. Unfortunately the badge has one pin missing on the rear as can be seen on the pictures hence the badge is best to be described as near mint. A truly nice and very sought after type of badge!
Extremely Rare British Airborne Anti Gas Cape - Unissued Condition An extremely rare piece this British Army Anti Gas Cape. The cape was part of the standard issue for British Airborne troops. This particular cape was never issued, although due the nature of the material and antigas and being stored for many years the cape cannot be worn anymore. However a very rare item and true collectors item!
Extremely Rare British Rubberized Ground Sheet i.e. Cape 1940 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is an extremely rare British Rubberized Ground Sheet. Most examples we do come across have very dried inn rubber and often very much degraded due the dried out material. This particular example is in excellent condition and the rubber appears to be in very smooth condition. Although the ground sheet has some staines due to years of storage and some small damages it is IMO best to be described as near mint. The ground sheet i.e. cape appears to be clearly makers marked and 1940 dated and War Department marked. Hard to be upgraded.
Extremely Rare British Rubberized Ground Sheet i.e. Cape 1940 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is an extremely rare British Rubberized Ground Sheet. Most examples we do come across have very dried inn rubber and often very much degraded due the dried out material. This particular example is in excellent condition and the rubber appears to be in very smooth condition. Although the ground sheet has some staines due to years of storage and some small damages it is IMO best to be described as near mint. The ground sheet i.e. cape appears to be clearly makers marked and 1940 dated and War Department marked. Hard to be upgraded.
Extremely Rare Commando And Combined Operations Formation Insignia - Nice Used Condition Very rare and hard to find these days this set of printed Commando/Combined Operations formation signs. The set have been uniform removed although are in very nice condition. Hard to be upgraded.
Extremely Rare First Model Carrying Bag Inted For Two 30CAL Metal Ammunition Boxes - Nice Used Condition This is an extremely rare example of a First Model Carrying Bag intended to hold two 30CAL metal ammunition boxes. The bag is marked on the front and is fitted with Original carrying strap. A truly nice and rarely encountered piece in IMO nice used condition.
Extremely Rare Parachute Qualification Badge For RAF Personell - Stone Mint Condition An extemely rare Parachute Qualification badge for non-regular Parachute trained personell. This particular badge was issued to Parachute trained R.A.F. personell and is executed in the R.A.F. blue shade instead of the common dark green shade. In stone mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
Extremely Rare U.S. M3 Cal.45 Grease Gun Submachine Gun Cover - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and prestine U.S. M3 Cal .45 grease gun cover. The cover is in unissued condition and IMO near mint. This cover intended to hold the M3 Cal.45 submachine gun, also known as grease gun. The zip is in full working orderand all original press studs and loops are still in place and in working order. The cover has a very minor hole in it as can be seen on the picture. Still a very hard to find item in near mint condition!
Extremely Rare Womans M43 Combat Service i.e. Buckle Boots - Mint Condition Extremely rare womans M43 Combat service boots sized 8 1/2 2A KK. In the left shoe we indentified the date as probably 1944 although the stamp is incredible hard to read. The shoes are in immaculate and mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
Fallschirmjager Splinter Camoflage Bandoleer - Near Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO near mint Fallschirmjager K98 Bandoleer. The bandoleer is executed in Spinter camoflage. All press studs are in full working order and there appear to be no damages on the bandoleer. There are no RBN numbers present on the bandoleer which is common with this type of equipment. This is a truly nice and full orginal Fallschirmjager Bandoleer executed in Splinter Camoflage. Hard to be upgraded.
Fallschirmjager Tropical Trousers i.e. Uberfallhose DAK - PICTURES ONLY PICTURES BELONG TO PREVIOUSLY LISTED FALLSCHIRMJAGER TROPICAL TROUSERS I.E. UBERFALLHOSE.
French Adrian M26 Army Helmet Issued To Luftschutz - Nice Used Condition A truly nice item this IMO nice used example of a French M26 Adrian Helmet. The helmet has been been conviscated and re-issued to a Luftschutz soldier. It was very common that helmets of occupied countries such as the Netherlands, France and Belgium were re-issued as Luftschutz helmets. The Luftschutz decal is very clear and well preserved. This helmet retains a very nice patina and is true piece of history. In overall nice used condition.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches - Mint Condition In mint condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked MS & U Ltd and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
Fully Matching Set Of Canadian 1937 Basic Pouches Small - Mint Condition In mint condition this fully matching set of 1937 pattern webbing Basic Pouches. The pouches are both clearly makers marked MS & U Ltd and 1943 dated. Both pouches are marked "small" on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
Fully Matching Set Of Embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles - Unissued Condition A very nice and unissued i.e. mint condition pair of embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles. Introduced half way through the war with its typical British 'glue or paste' backing. A nice dark blue on light blue lettering and in a perfect and un-issued condition. Cannot be upgraded!
geman- later-war period (ie. non-marked), yellow-coloured 'Ersatz' leather carrying-case (ie. 'Hülle'), as intended to carry a German WWII shovel (or 'Spaten') - Nice Used Condition This is a truly very nice - and nowadays scarcely encountered! - example of a later-war period (ie. non- dated nor maker-marked-), yellow-coloured 'Ersatz' leather carrying-case (ie. 'Hülle'), as intended to carry a German WWII shovel (or 'Spaten'), in overall very nice condition.
Gordon Highlanders Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A very neat example of a cap badge to the Gordon Highlanders. The cap badge is in clearly used although nice condition, missing the split pen on the back.
Increasingly hard to find Paratrooper/SOE Knee Pads 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these British Paratrooper and/or SOE Knee Pads. The knee pads are IMO nice used condition. The kneepads are 1943 dated and broad Arrow marked. Furthermore the elastic is flexible as is the foam pad. Wool, moth free with quick release lanyard present and undamaged. Hard to be upgraded.
Infanterie Sturmabzeichen i.e. infantry assault badge - Nice Used Condition This is a truly very nice - and actually very detailed! - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen. being an unmarked example that is executed in greyish-bronze coloured and/or zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink'), in overall nice albeit used and/or worn condition.
Infanterie Sturmabzeichen i.e. infantry assault badge - Nice Used Condition This is a truly very nice - and actually very detailed! - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen. being an unmarked example that is executed in greyish-bronze coloured and/or zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink'), in overall nice yet clear used i.e. worn condition.
Infanterie Sturmabzeichen i.e. infantry assault badge - Nice Used Condition This is a truly very nice - and actually very detailed! - example of an: 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen. being an unmarked example that is executed in greyish-bronze coloured and/or zinc-based metal (ie. 'Feinzink'), in overall nice albeit used and/or worn condition.
Iron Cross 2nd class (or: 'EK II. Klasse'), that comes with its original ribbon - Near Mint Condition The attractive piece - which was IMO surely issued but IMO never worn - comes together with its minty- and/or unconfectioned (and approx. 29 cms. long-sized-) ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschnitt'). The cross has a fully preserved, black-finished (ie. fairly 'matted'-) core: no real damage is visible on the black core: just some minimal dirt- ie. dust is visible and/or present.
Johny Player Navy Cut Cigarette Packed With Contents - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and unissued example of a packed of Johny Players Navy Cut Cigarettes. The packed is still wrapped in its Original wrapping foil. This packed compromises a specially packed example for H.M. Forces and N.A.A.F.I. Stores which makes it specific army issue.
Linnen-based and neatly 'machine-woven', golden yellow-coloured armband entitled: 'Deutsche Wehrmacht', as intended for staff-members of the German armed forces ie. 'Wehrmacht' ese neat golden-yellow coloured and/or linnen-based armbands were used by the various (civil- and/or military-) staff-members of the German armed-forces i.e. 'Deutsche Wehrmacht'. The armbands on offer here are approximately 37 x 9,5 cms. sized and are of the linnen-based- and/or partly machine-woven type as described above. The pieces shows some minimal staining ie. dust, simply caused by decades of storage only.
Linnen-based, yellow-coloured armband entitled: 'Deutsche Wehrmacht' - Mint Condition This is a very nice and clean example of a linnen-based, yellow-coloured armband entitled: 'Deutsche Wehrmacht'. These golden-yellow coloured linnen armbands were used by staff-members of the German armed forces, i.e. 'Deutsche Wehrmacht'. The band - which is sized: 36 cms. - is nicely woven in a technique similar to the neat 'BeVo'-weave technique.
Luftwaffe Brott Beutel 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition Executed in blue shade this Luftwaffe Brott Beutel i.e. breadbag. The bag appears to be 1942 dated on the tab although hard to capture on camera. In nice used condition.
Luftwaffe Brott Beutel i.e. Breadbag - Nice Used Condition Executed in blue shade this Luftwaffe Brott Beutel i.e. breadbag. The bag does not appear to be dated or marked which is not unusual for this type of equipment. The bag is nice used condition as can be seen from the pictures.
Luftwaffe M40 Trousers1941 Dated -Nice Used Condition In nice used this pair of Luftwaffe M40 woolen trousers. The trousers are clearly date 1941 and makers marked Naulet Paris. This manufacturer was one of the famous contractors for Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine uniforms. The trousers are in nice used condition, with one button on the front missing and two on the back being broken. Furthermore no cuts or holes. A nice and genuine piece in near mint condition.
M-15 Rifle Grenade Sight - Mint Unissued Condition A fantastic M-15 Rifle Grenade Sight. The rifle grenade sight is still in its original grease wrapper and comes along with its original instruction leaflet and range tables. The carrier is equally in unissued condition and clearly makers marked and dated 1944.
M1940 Kriegsmarine/Coastal Artillery Enlisted Mens Feld Bluse - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition M1940 pattern Kriegmarine i.e. Coastal Artillery Feld Bluse. The Bluse is fitted with original insigina probably original to the tunic. The tunic is badged to an enlisted men. All buttons are original to the jacket all displaying the Anchor. The hooks in order to keep the belt in place are still present and the interior is in equal mint condition as the extorior. The tunic is clearly marked and compromises a size 90 and is makers marked R Wolter & Sohne and appears to be 1941 dated The jacket has previous been fitted with a cuff band yet this has been displaced. The deviation in colour where the cuff band was attached to the jacket is only slightly visible. A truly nice jacket that would be very hard to upgrade!
Medal-set: 'Winterschlacht im Osten' (or: Eastern Front medal) - Near Mint A very nice and near mint German WWII, Eastern Front- or 'Ost-medal' (or: 'Medaille für die Winterschlacht im Osten 1941-1942'). The medal is fitted with original ribbon and does not appear to be damaged.
Medal-set: 'Winterschlacht im Osten' (or: Eastern Front medal), being a non-maker-marked specimen - Near Mint Condition The attractive medal comes together with its original-, confectioned- ie. folded- (and/or approx. 19 cms. long-) ribbon and is in an overall nice (ie. IMO issued and/or minimally worn-) condition.with some minor damage on the front top of the medal itself. The medal is - as stated above - a neat, non-maker-marked specimen
Medal-set: 'Winterschlacht im Osten' (or: Eastern Front medal), being a non-maker-marked specimen - Near Mint Condition The attractive medal comes together with its original-, confectioned- ie. folded- (and/or approx. 19 cms. long-) ribbon and is in an overall nice (ie. IMO issued and/or minimally worn-) condition. The medal is - as stated above - a neat, non-maker-marked specimen.
Mint British 1937 Pattern Cartridge Carriers - Early Dated 1937 IMO a mint set of British cartridge carriers executed by the Mills Equipment Company (M.E.co) in 1937. Cannot be upgrade.
Named British Airborne MK2 Paratrooper Helmet Sized 7 With Leather Chinstrap 1943 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used and named example of a British Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Helmet. The helmet compromises a MK2 fitted with eather chin strap. The liner is in equal used condition to the helmet yet complete and good condition. The helmet is makers marked BMB and 1943 dated. The helmet appears tobe sized 7 3/8. Clearly visible yet hard to capture on camera due to wear. Furthermore the helet is named to a Lance Corporal C Crofoot A Troop. There is no particular history with this helmet yet it was reently bought from an long time Dutch collector. The helmet is fitted with its Original leather chin strap The exterior from the helmet is has a truly nice patina and is and bears its Original paint. A very nice British Airborne Helmet that aires history!
Named Pair Of U.S. Airborne Herman Shoes Jump Boots - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice pair of named U.S. Airborne i.e. Paratrooper Jump Boots. These boots are also refered to as Herman shoesBoots, refering to one of the most known producer of U.S. Jump Boots. Yet these boots would also have been produced by other makers. There is no trace of a makers mark yet the boots are clearly named to a Richard L Kiss marked together with army number. The boots are in clearly used condition yet retain a very nice patina. There appears no size visible, yet the boots measure approxm. a size 8. The boots are in nice used condition fitted with Original leather laces and fair condition soles. A truly nice pair of U.s. Airborne Jump Boots!
Neat medal-set: 'Kriegsverdienstkreuz 1.Klasse mit Schwerter', being maker-marked (ie. '1'-marked-) specimen that come in their original etui - Mint Condition This is a very nice - and truly nicely preserved! - specimen of the German WWII, so-called: 'Kriegsverdienstkreuz 1.Klasse mit Schwerter' (or war-merits cross 1st class with swords). The etui is in an equally nice condition: it is fully functional (and shows the printed and/or silver-grey-coloured 'KvK'-symbol on its top). In abosulute mint condition.
Neat Set Of WH/LW MP40 Magazine Pouches EVG Makers Marked Non Matching Set - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and near non-matching set of WH/LW MP40 Magazine Pouches. The pouches are in IMO nice used condition. One of the pouches is marked with a makers mark and Waffen ambt mark on the leather strap on the rear. The makers mark compromises EVG standing for evg Max Oswald, Lederwaren- u. Reiseartikel-Fabrik. The same pouch is also marked with "MP 33-40" yet is very much faded but still partly visible, marked on the top rear of the pouch. The other pouch with the speedloader pocket does not appear to be makers marked.
New Release !! Freddie Goughs Specials At Arnhem An Illustrated History Of The 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron By Robert Hilton - Limited Edition Yet another suberb publication by Robert Sigmond Publishing. Freddie Goughs Specials at Arnhem is an extremely well documented work on the 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron. The book has been written by Robert Hilton and compromises a well illustrated history of the Squardron from official records and personal accounts of members of the 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron. The book features many previously unknown pictures and documents. The title of the book refers to Freddie Gough one of the 1st Airborne's elder officers and in charge of the 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron. As with all books published by Robert Sigmond this book is also of high quality and publsished in a limited edition only.
New Release - Arnhem Bridge Target MIKE One An Ilustrated History of the 1st Airlanding Light Regiment RA - By Martijn Cornelissen David Truesdale And Bob Gerritsen New Release: Arnhem Bridge Target MIKE One An Ilustrated History of the 1st Airlanding Light Regiment RA - By Martijn Cornelissen David Truesdale And Bob Gerritsen. The book is well illustrated and entails many previous unpublished pictures. The book handles about the Regiments history from North Africa, Sicily, Arnhem and Norway. This book compromise a signed copy by the authors.
New Release BRITISH AIRBORNE INSIGNIA BY OLIVER LOCK. About to release anytime another fantastic edition in the series about Airborne Militaria. British Airborne Insignia By Oliver Lock. This third work will cover a huge amount of their insignia from the very inception to the present day. A vast array of often extremely rare items has been depicted in this book. The book is presented in hard back with 312 pages.
New Release! Battle Damage By Oliver Lock & Daniel Fisher Published By Military Mode Publishing The new publication from Military Mode Publishing. Battle Damage, the latest in a series of fascinating books, showing great detail, incorporating the use of high resolution photography. The book features many Helmets with impact from bullets & shrapnel as well as many other items of military history with battle damage. The book covers items from the Napoleonic wars, through WWI, WWII, Vietnam, The Falklands and modern day warfare. Yet with a high emphasis on World War Two as can be expected from this author and Publisher. Well described and pictured!
New Release! BRIDGES ARE OURS (VOLUME 2) A Pictorial History Of The 82ND U.S. Airborne Division During Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New and long awaited release!! Bridges are Ours” begins with the fight for the Nijmegen bridges. Roughly, five different attacks took place and each is dealt with in great detail. The main attacks on September 19 and 20, when the 2nd Battalion of the 505th Regiment, supported by British tanks, attacked both the railway and the road bridges from the south are discussed in detail. When the German defenders would not budge, the 504th Regiment was ordered to cross the Waal River in small boats, an action called by many one of the most heroic actions of WW2. De Trez and Hendrikx untangle the decision-making process of the Waal crossing and provide a detailed description, illustrated with many artifacts. After the 82nd Division accomplished all its missions, the last regiment is inserted in the fight. The 325th Glider Regiment was delayed for many days due to bad weather and dangerous planning. However, in the defensive battles that followed, the 325th Regiment played an important role. “Bridges Are Ours” continues with the defensive battles of the 504th, 505th and 508th Regiments and its supporting artillery battalions. The activities of the glider pilots, members of the Air Force who were called upon to perform as infantry, are also covered. Many newly discovered photos tell a story of danger and misery. Units of the Division Headquarters, such as the Military Police, the Signalmen and the Medical Battalion are also well documented in “Bridges Are Ours”. The final chapter provides a critical assessment of the leading commanders of Operation Market Garden and their roles in the decision-making process and the execution of the operation. Sources in British and American archives shed new light on the historiography of Operation Market Garden. The edition compromises a Hardback – 512 pages – 850+ photos. English version
New Release! BURNING BRIDGES 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New and long awaited release!! Burning Bridges” begins with the introduction, where the decision-making process that led to Operation Market Garden is explained in great detail. The subsequent chapters discuss the preparations in the marshalling areas in England, the activities of the Pathfinders, and the boarding of the aircraft by all paratroop regiments and battalions. The glider lifts are also well covered by many newly discovered photographs. After the entire division was airborne, “Burning Bridges” continues with the actual drops at the drop- and landing zones as well as the first two days of combat. The drop of the 504th Regiment and the capture of the Grave Bridge and the bridges over the Maas-Waal Canal are covered first. Hundreds of photographs, documents and artifacts tell the successful story of the capture of the bridges. The landings of the 505th and 508th Regiments on Drop Zones N and T in Groesbeek, east of Nijmegen are also covered. The Germans were overwhelmed and resistance was still negligible. It was the quiet before the storm. The book compromises a Hardback – 464 pages – 700+ photos and English version.
New Release! Burning Bridges and Bidges Are Ours A Pictorial History Of The 82ND U.S. Airborne Division During Operation Market Garden By Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx New Release and long awaited! This is yet another magnificant work from Michel De Trez And Peter Hendrikx. Burning Bridges and Bridges Are Ours compromise a pictorial historyof the 82nd Airborne Division during Operation Market Garden and its aftermath. “Burning Bridges” (volume 1) and “Bridges Are Ours” (volume 2) are the work of 35 years of airborne history research and contains 976 pages and over 1,600 photographs, most of which have never been published before. All photos are identified either by date, location, name of individual soldiers, equipment, or historical context. Burning Bridges” begins with the introduction, where the decision-making process that led to Operation Market Garden is explained in great detail. The subsequent chapters discuss the preparations in the marshalling areas in England, the activities of the Pathfinders, and the boarding of the aircraft by all paratroop regiments and battalions. The glider lifts are also well covered by many newly discovered photographs. “Bridges are Ours” begins with the fight for the Nijmegen bridges. Roughly, five different attacks took place and each is dealt with in great detail. The main attacks on September 19 and 20, when the 2nd Battalion of the 505th Regiment, supported by British tanks, attacked both the railway and the road bridges from the south are discussed in detail. When the German defenders would not budge, the 504th Regiment was ordered to cross the Waal River in small boats, an action called by many one of the most heroic actions of WW2. Both books are available at a special set price. The books are listed seperate for individual sale. And compromises a Hardback – 976 pages – 1,600+ photos – 2 volumes English version
New Release! Fallschirmjager Volume 1 By Roly Pickering - Detailed Work On German Paratrooper Helmets And Helmet Covers Aswell As Jump Smocks New Release! Yet a truly amazing and extemely detailed work by renowed author Roly Pickering and published by Military Mode Publishing. Roly now explores the history and development of specialist clothing, helmets and equipment of the German Paratroopers in WW2. Volume 1 covers helmets and jump smocks, from their inception, right through the changes during war time. As we can expect from all the previous work this book is extremely detailed and very well documented. The book covers extensive covarage of rare and unique items from (private) collections across the globe. The book also shares many unpublished period images of the items in use. 230 pages, presented in Military Mode’s usual, high quality hardback format, with top quality high resolution photos. Available now!!
New Release! Fallschirmjager Volume 1 By Roly Pickering - Detailed Work On German Paratrooper Helmets And Helmet Covers Aswell As Jump Smocks - Now Available New Release! Yet a truly amazing and extemely detailed work by renowed author Roly Pickering and published by Military Mode Publishing. Roly now explores the history and development of specialist clothing, helmets and equipment of the German Paratroopers in WW2. Volume 1 covers helmets and jump smocks, from their inception, right through the changes during war time. As we can expect from all the previous work this book is extremely detailed and very well documented. The book covers extensive covarage of rare and unique items from (private) collections across the globe. The book also shares many unpublished period images of the items in use. 230 pages, presented in Military Mode’s usual, high quality hardback format, with top quality high resolution photos. Available now!!!
New Release!! British Airborne Insignia Volume 2 By Oliver Lock Published By Military Mode Publishing British Airborne Insignia Volume 2, is the long awaited follow-up to volume 1, it both extends and complements the first book. This work covers in depth the insignia of the Allied Airborne units and those parachute trained personnel in exile (Such as the Dutch Commando and Polish Parachute Brigade) within the UK. Also covered are the important units of Commonwealth parachutists. Agian this book has been put together with close cooperation with the Airborne Assault Museum and many advanced collectors from all over the world. Featuring unique items both from public and private collections. In addition this edition features a special chapter on the Special Forces parachutists insignia, flags and pennants and more on British Indian airborne insignia. As well as chapter on the return of the Pegasus into the British Army.
Nice example of an Iron Cross 2nd Class (or: 'Eisernes Kreuz II.Klasse') being IMO a scarcely seen 'broad-rimmed'-variant - nice condition! This is an attractive example of an Iron Cross 2nd Class (or: 'Eisernes Kreuz II.Klasse') being IMO a scarcely seen 'broad-rimmed'-variant that comes together with its non-confectioned- ie. full-sized piece of ribbon (ie. 'Bandabschitt'), in overall very nice condition.
Nice 'Treuedienst Ehrenzeichen 2. Klasse' (or silver class - loyal service medal for 25 yrs. of service) - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a - non-maker-marked - example of the so-called: 'Treuedienst Ehrenzeichen 2. Klasse' (or silver class - civil loyal service medal for 25 yrs. of service) that comes mounted on its original, cornflower-blue-coloured ribbon as issued, in overall very nice condition.
Nice example of an 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or infantry assault badge (IAB) in silver), This is a nice (and truly very detailed!) example of an 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or infantry assault badge (IAB) in silver). The badge appears to makers marked as can be seen from the picture. In very nice condition.
Nice example of an 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or infantry assault badge (IAB) in silver), being an unmarked example This is a nice (and truly very detailed!) example of an 'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' (or infantry assault badge (IAB) in silver), being an unmarked example, executed in silvered zinc-based metal (or ‘Feinzink’), in overall nice, albeit clearly used and/or worn condition. This example has a 'typical' catch and/or hinge-set-up as more often seen on IABs and therefore deem that this one can certainly be further attributed to a maker if wished so.
Nice medal: 'Winterschlacht im Osten' (or: Eastern Front medal) - Nice Used Condition A truly nice specimen of the German WWII, Eastern Front- or 'Ost-medal' (or: 'Medaille für die Winterschlacht im Osten 1941-1942') that comes together with its original, non-confectioned (and/or approx. 19 cms. long-) and/or pre-folded ribbon, as issued and/or recently found, in overall very nice condition.
Nice non-maker-marked example of a black wound badge (or 'Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz') - very nice, IMO slightly used & worn condition! This is a nice example of a non-maker-marked example of a black wound badge (or 'Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz'), in overall very nice and IMO only slightly used and/or worn condition. The badge still retains almost all its original black (fairly ‘shiny’) finish and has a very detailed appearance. The piece has never been cleaned nor polished: just the swastika has lost its black finish (possibly period-removed by the bearer in order to give the WB a more pronounced appearance). The pin & catch are naturally also fully functional and present. A nice and honest example of a black wound-badge: hard to find a nicer example!
Nieuwe Uitgave British Airborne Insignia By Oliver Lock Fantastich nieuwe uitgave . British Airborne Insignia By Oliver Lock is deel drie in een reeks uitgebreide naslagwerken over Britise Airborne Uniformen en Uitrusting. Deze editie handeld over alle Britise Airborne emblemen vanaf ontstaan van de Airborne Forces tot het emblemen gebruikt door de hedendaagse Airborne Forces. Dit naslagwerk dat 312 pagina telt is rijkelijk geillustreed met full colour fotos en gedetaileerde omschrijvingen. Veel fotos en emblemen zijn afkomstig uit (prive) collecties en zijn nog nooit eerder gepubliceerd of tentoongesteld. Dit boek is een absolute must voor elke Britise Airborne Verzamelaar!
Nieuwe Uitgave !! Freddie Goughs Specials At Arnhem An Illustrated History Of The 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron By Robert Hilton - Beperkte Oplage Vers van de pers! Freddie Goughs Specials At Arnhem An Illustrated History Of The 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron. Een uitgave van Robert Sigmond Publsihing en geschreven door Robert Hilton. Dit uiterst gedetailleerde naslagwerk over de 1st Airborne Reconnaissance Squardron (verkennings Squardron) is voorzien van veel tot nu toe onbekend (beeld) materiaal. Samengesteld uit officiële verslagen en persoonlijke verhalen van veteranen van het Squardron. Dit boek belicht een tot nu relatief onbekend aspect van de Slag om Arnhem. De titel van het boek verwijst naar Freddie Gough een van de oudere officieren van de 1st Airborne Division ten tijden van de Slag om Arnhem en leider van het Squardron. Zoals we mogen verwachten van een boek uitgegeven door Robert Sigmond Publishing is er veel aandacht besteed aan de kwaliteit van de inhoud maar ook aan de uitgave zelf. De oplage is beperkt.
Non Matching Set Of Printed Pegasus Insignia - Uniform Removed A nice yet non matching set of printed Pegasus Insiginia. Both patches are in nice yet uniform removed condition. Priced Accordingly.
NS-RKB WAR VETERANS ARMBAND - Near Mint Condition A very nice example of a War Veterans Association Armband. This particular armband compromises a Nationalsozialistisches Reichskriegerbund armband. This was the only permitted War veterans organisation to exist and absorbed all the former War Veterans Associations from 1938 onwards. Hard to be upgraded!
NSKK i.e. National Sozialistisches Kraftfahr Korps Cap Eagle - Nice Condition In nice and uncut condition this N.S.K.K. "National Sozialistisches Kraftfahr Korps" Cap Eagle. The Cap Eagle is executed in the so-called BEVO Weave style. The eagle has been uncut, yet appeared to have been fitted on some kind display and has some minor holes on the edges, as can be seen from the pictures. Can be upgraded!
Orange is the Collar of the Day . Part 2: Orange is the colour of the day describes the drop and landingszones and fighting of the 501st PIR, 502nd PIR en 506th PIR of the 101ste Airborne Divisie in and around Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Udenand the Betuwe (the Island). The book consists off 560 pages and is equally rich illustrated with previously unknown photo material. Part one and two both contain over 1200 pictures and documents most of the never published before. As we are used to in the books of Michel de Trez the historical pictures and text are added with pictures of uniforms, helmets and equipment often used during the operation in the Netherlands. price € 79.50
Orange is the Collar of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September Orange is the Color of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September The complete story of the 101st Airborne Division in Holland from Market Garden. Written by Peter Hendriks and Michel de Trez and published by the D-Day Paratroopers Historical Centre. Part 1: Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 describes the preparations and en and crossing to Holland on 17 september 1944. The history is richely illustrated with many pictures and documents most of them never published before (207 paginas) Pice €49,00. Part 2: Orange is the colour of the day describes the drop and landingszones and fighting of the 501st PIR, 502nd PIR en 506th PIR of the 101ste Airborne Divisie in and around Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Udenand the Betuwe (the Island). The book consists off 560 pages and is equally rich illustrated with previously unknown photo material. Part one and two both contain over 1200 pictures and documents most of the never published before. As we are used to in the books of Michel de Trez the historical pictures and text are added with pictures of uniforms, helmets and equipment often used during the operation in the Netherlands. price € 79.50 Price: 124.00 EUR
ORANGE IS THE COLOR OF THE DAY -D-DAY MINUS 17 september Orange is the Color of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 het complete verhaal van de 101ste Airborne Divisie van Market Garden vanaf 17 september 1944. Geschreven door Peter Hendriks en Michel de Trez en uitgegeven door D-Day Paratroopers Historical Centre. Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 beschrijft de voorbereidingen en de overtocht naar Holland op 17 september 1944. De geschiedenis is rijkelijk geillustreerd met honderden originele fotos en veel nooit eerder gepubliceerde fotos en documenten (207 paginas) Prijs €49,00. Deel 2: Orange is the colour of the day beschrijft de drop en landingszones en de gevechten van het 501ste PIR, 502de PIR en 506de PIR van de 101ste Airborne Divisie in en rondom Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Uden en de Betuwe (the Island). Het boek bestaat uit 560 paginas en is wederom geiluistreerd met honderden veelal onbekende fotos en documenten. Deel 1 en 2 bevatten samen ruim 1200 fotos, en zoals wij van eerdere publicaties van Michel de Trez gewend zijn bevatten de boeken ook veel fotos van historische uniformen, helmen en atributen veelal gebruikt tijdens door de Paratroopers tijdens Market Garden. Prijs: €79,50 Beide boeken te samen €124 excl. verzendkosten a €6,75. prijs: 124.00 EUR
ORANGE IS THE COLOR OF THE DAY -D-DAY MINUS 17 september Orange is the Color of the Day And D-Day Minus 17 September . The complete story of the 101st Airborne Division in Holland from Market Garden. Written by Peter Hendriks and Michel de Trez and published by the D-Day Paratroopers Historical Centre. Part 1: Deel 1: D-Day Minus 17 September 1944 describes the preparations and en and crossing to Holland on 17 september 1944. The history is richely illustrated with many pictures and documents most of them never published before (207 paginas) Pice €49,00. Part 2: Orange is the colour of the day describes the drop and landingszones and fighting of the 501st PIR, 502nd PIR en 506th PIR of the 101ste Airborne Divisie in and around Son, Eindhoven, Best, Sint Oedenrode, Eerde, SChijndel, Veghel, Udenand the Betuwe (the Island). The book consists off 560 pages and is equally rich illustrated with previously unknown photo material. Part one and two both contain over 1200 pictures and documents most of the never published before. As we are used to in the books of Michel de Trez the historical pictures and text are added with pictures of uniforms, helmets and equipment often used during the operation in the Netherlands. price € 79.50 Price: 124.00 EUR
Out Of Print U.S. GI Collectors Guide - Nice Used Condition Out Of Print U.s. G.I. Collectors Guide. A very well detailed and illustrated book on U.S. Uniforms and Equipment. The book is in used yet very nice condition with no apparent damages.
Pair Of 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Matching Set A nice and unissued pair of 1937 pattern webbing cross straps. The pair is a nice matching set. of two regular cross straps. Both straps are 1942 dated.
Pair Of 1937 Pattern Webbing Cross Straps - Non Matching A nice and unissued pair of 1937 pattern webbing cross straps. The pair is non matching. And compromise two regular cross straps. Both straps are 1942 dated.
Pair of Two U.S. Thompson 5 Pocket Ammunition Pouches - Unissued Condition A truly nice and unissued IMO stone mint pair of Thompson Submachine Gun 5 pocket ammunition pouches. The pouches are in excellent and unissued condition. Both pouches have working press studs, however do bear no markings or dates which is not uncommon for these type of pouches. Cannot be upgraded!
Pair Of U.S. M43 Buckle Boots Size 10 1/2 1944 Dated - Mint Condition An IMO mint condition i.e. unissued pair (if used only minimal) U.S. M43 Brown Leather Buckle Boots. The boots are as described mint with no trace of wear on the sole and leather being in excellent condition. The boots compromise a size 10 1/2. The shoes are fully matching and are makers marked as well as being dated 1944. A truly nice pair of M43 Buckle Boots that would be hard to be upgraded.
Pair Of U.S. M43 Buckle Boots Size 5E - Nice Used Condition A very nice IMO best to be described as nice used condition pair of U.S. M43 Brown Leather Buckle Boots. The boots appear to be in nice yet used condition and do not have any damages other then the obvious traces of wear. The boots are clearly marked size 5E. The further markings such as date and stocknumber are too much faded in both boots to be identified.
Pair Of WH (HEER) Medical Collar Tabs - Mint Condition A fully matching pair of WH (HEER) Officiers medical collar tabs. In absolute mint condition. Hard to be upgraded.
Pair Of WH Medical Officers Type Shoulder Boards - Mint Condition In mint condition this fully matching pair of WH medical officers type shoulder boards. Cannot be upgraded.
Pair Off Kings Own Scottish Borders Leslie Tartan Patches - Uniform Removed Condition A nice yet uniform removed pair of Leslie Tartan Patches. the leslie tartan is the Divisional tartan of the Kings Own Scottish Borders. These compromise the Original Leslie Tartans and no post-war cut out.
Pair Off WH/LW/SS Leather Messtin Or Utility Straps - Near Mint Condition In near mint condition this non matchin pair of WH/LW/SS Leather Messtin Or Utility Straps. The pair compromises out of a strap makers marked FBJ 1944 and one strap makers marked GMO 1942. Can be upgraded.
Rara Camoflaged ATS (Womans) Leather Jerking 1945 - Unissued -Condition Increasingly hard to find these days this A.T.S. (Woman) Camoflaged Leather Jerking. The leather jerking is in nice unissued condition IMO mint, with some minor traces of wear in the collar. The stitiching often very much degraded is is good condition. The Jerkin is fitted with a clear label, measuring a size 2 and 1945 dated. Furthermore the Jerkin is clearly War Department Marked. The Jerkin is camoflaged with a very light and suttle Green/OD Shade. A truly nice example of an A.T.S. Camoflaged Leather Jerkin. Hard to be upgraded.
Rare Tommy Helmet Fitted With Canadian Anti Gas Cover - Near Mint Condition A very nice British Tommy Helmet manufactured by BMB and 1939 dated.The helmet is fitted with Canadian chinstraps The helmet appears to be painted black on the inside and out. The helmet is fitted with a Canadian Anti Gas cover which is clearly marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow and dated 1942. The anti gas cover appears to be in mint condition with no cuts or damages.
Rare 1908 Pattern Webbing Small Pack And Carrying Sling - Used Condition This is a increasingly hard to find piece of British 1908 Pattern Webbing. The bag compromises a 1908 Pattern Small Pack, the pack is clearly makers marked and dated 1916. The original carrying sling is also makers marked and dated 1915. Both bag and sling are in clear used condition. The bag has some minor damage due wear on the bottom hooks, and some minor rust staines on the rear. Can be upgraded, yet in good condition compared to previous found examples.
Rare 1937 Pattern Canadian Small Pack And L Straps - Near Mint Condition Rarely encountered these days this 1937 Pattern Canadian Small Pack And L Straps. The small pack and straps are executed in the distinct Candian shade and marked with the Canadian style Broad Arrow. The small pack is makers marked ZL&T Ltd, the L straps are makers marked and being clearly 1943 dated. Hard to be upgraded!
Rare And Early i.e. 1937 Dated British 37 Pattern Webbing Belt - Mint Condition This is a rare and early dated example of a British 1937 Pattern Webbing Belt. The belt is clearly 1937 dated and makers marked MeCo. Very hard to find such an early date belt these days.
Rare Belgium Made Beret And Cap Badge To Belgium Forces In The U.K. - Mint Condition Extremely rare Belgium made (British Type) beret dated 1945 and sized 6 5/8. The beret is fitted with a cap badge issued to all Belgium forces in the U.K., these type of badges would also have been issued to Belgium commandos in the U.K. Cannot be upgraded.
Rare British (Airborne) Surgeon/Doctor Webbing Bag 1944 Dated - Stone Mint i.e. Unissued We hardly come across such items as these. This is a rare example of a British (Airborne) Surgeons and/or Doctors Bag. The bag is similar in size to a shell dressing bag. Yet the shoulder strap is not attached but can be attached and adjusted. Furthermore the bag contains various compartments to hold medical instruments, shell dressings, medications etc. The bag also has an extra flap on the interior to cover and protect the contents of the bag from rain and dirt. The bag is clearly makers marked as well as 1944 dated. In unissued conditions and IMO Stone Mint.
Rare British (And U.S.) Airborne Silk Recognition Scarf - Nice Used Battle Field Relic This is a very nice and increasingly hard to come by British Airborne Silk Recognition Scarf. These type of scarfes would primarly been issued to Recconaisance i.e. Pathfinder Troops and Airborne Troops as a way of being spotted as an Allied soldier from the air or on the ground and not being shot as enemy.The scarf was worn around the neck but could be tied to your jeep bonnet or pinned on your fire trench so that allied aircraft could spot you. These type of recognition scarfes were issued to both U.S. and British Forces. This particular scarf was picked up in Oosterbeek after the Battle and has been kept in a private collection for many years. The scarf is in nice used condition yet has some minor holes and clear trace of wear and age. A very nice and Rare piece of Airborne Equipment airing history.
Rare British Airborne C Type Dropping Container Clamps - First Class Reproduction A truly nice and excellent executed reproduction of the the container clamps for the British Airborne C Type Dropping Container. These clasps would have been intended to close the container and have been identical reproduced. Almost impossible to see these clasps compromise reproductions.
Rare British Airborne C Type Dropping Container Clamps - First Class Reproduction A truly nice and excellent executed reproduction of the the container clamps for the British Airborne C Type Dropping Container. These clasps would have been intended to close the container and have been identical reproduced. Almost impossible to see these clasps compromise reproductions.
Rare British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet 1944 With Parachute Regiment Decal - Nice Used Condition This is truly unique example of a British Airborne MK3 Paratrooper Helmet. This helmet is fitted with a very nice Parachute Regiment Decal. The decal shows great decal and would have been periodly applied to the helmet. The decal consists of a Parachutist Wing on a maroon-ish backing. It is known that Paratrooper helmets were marked during the war and thereafter. We have not managed to trace the exact history behind this decal. Yet we have come across a picture of an early Paratrooper helmet with a similar type of decal. This picture is attached. Furthermore this helmet compromise a standard MK3 Paratrooper i.e. Airborne Helmet fitted with webbing chin straps in as described nice used condition. The helmet is clearly marked BMB and dated 1944. The helmet compromises a size 6 3/4. Furthermore the helmet bears most of its Original paint. A truly nice and unique Paratrooper Helmet that would be hard to upgrade!
Rare British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge With Open Crown - Nice Used Condition A rare varation of a British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. This variation is fitted with an open kings crown rarely encountered. Truly nice and hard to find varation.
Rare British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge With Open Crown - Nice Used Condition A rare varation of a British Airborne Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. This variation is fitted with an open kings crown rarely encountered. Truly nice and hard to find varation.
Rare British Airborne Parachutist Rifle Valise 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice yet used condition this Rare British Airborne Rifle Valise. These Valise would have been issued to British Parachutists to protect their rifle during jumps. This particular valise was intended to hold the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. Executed in felcron and webbing valises found these days are often in bad and damaged condition. However the felt of this Valise has some very minor moth damages it appears to be in overall very nice used condition and hard to be upgraded!
Rare British Airborne Parachutist Rifle Valise 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition1945 In very nice yet used condition this Rare British Airborne Rifle Valise. These Valise would have been issued to British Parachutists to protect their rifle during jumps. This particular valise was intended to hold the 303 Lee Enfield Rifle. Executed in felcron and webbing valises found these days are often in bad and damaged condition. Often these Valises are found in unissued condition, being in used condition makes it quite unique. This particular valise does appear to be free of any damages and remains clearly makers marked H&S LTD and 1945 dated. A nice piece of British Airborne equipment that is hard to be upgraded.
Rare British Airborne Toggle Rope - Near Mint Condition Increasingly hard to find this British Airborne toggle rope. The rope is in nice used condition and does not appear to be dated or makers marked. Original toggle ropes are usually not makers marked or dated. This is the Thicker model A very rare British Airborne item in IMO near mint condition.
Rare British Airborne Toggle Rope - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find this British Airborne toggle rope. The rope is in nice used condition and does not appear to be dated or makers marked. Original toggle ropes are usually not makers marked or dated. This is the Thickens model A very rare British Airborne item.
Rare British Airborne Toggle Rope - Stone Mint Condition Increasingly hard to find, especially in such condition! This British Airborne toggle rope. The rope is in nice used condition and does not appear to be dated or makers marked. Original toggle ropes are usually not makers marked or dated. This is the Thicker model A very rare British Airborne item in IMO in stone mint condition.
Rare British Airborne Water Bucket -Nice-Used Condition Extremely rare and in nice used condition this British Airborne Water Bucket. The bucket is makers marked on the bottom of the bucket . The bag is complete with Original lid and carrying sling. A very rare British Airborne item that cannot be upgraded. As described in IMO nice used condition.
Rare British Airborne Water Bucket 1943 -Nice-Used Condition Extremely rare and in nice used condition this British Airborne Water Bucket. The bucket is makers marked on the bottom of the bucket and clearly 1943 dated. The bag is complete with Original lid (lined with cork) and carrying sling. A very rare British Airborne item that cannot be upgraded.
Rare British Field Binoculairs In Brown Leather Carrying Case 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is a nice and rare pair of British Field Binoculars 2.5 X 50 in Original leather carrying case. This type of binoculairs is very rare and hardly encountered. There is a famous picture of Boy Browning wearing this binoculars whilst meeting Major General Gavin during operation Market Garden. The binoculars are IMO in nice used condition with some damages to the black layer protecting the brass. This is clearly visible on the pictures. The binoculars are fitted with Original leather carrying straps and are marked with a serial i.e. production number. The leather carrying case IMO in near mint condition is clearly 1944 dated and Broad Arrow marked. The case is fitted with Original leather carrying strap in equal near mint condition.
Rare British Made 1st Troop Carrier Patch For Overseas Units – Mint A rare British Made cloth patch to the U.S. Army Troop Carrier. There would have been various types of patches issued. This particular patch would have been issued to overseas units. This patch made for the 1st troop carrier command would commonly have been worn by troops in other Troop Carrier Commands who passed through the 1st Troop Carrier Command. Mint conditon!
Rare British/American Airborne Gas Detection Brassard 1944 - Unissued Condition This is a very rare example of a British Made Gas Detection Brassard. These brassards were issued for the Normandy invasion to both Britsh and American forces and meant to detect the presence of poison gas (such as mustard gas), which the Allies were afraid Hitler might employ as a desperate measure. These paper armbands were impregnated with the same vesticant detector paint which was also painted on vehicles and helmets. On contact with poison gas, the paper would turn pink or red. This particular brassard is in unissued condition and clearly makred 10-1944. The brassard is in excellent condition with best be described as mint condition!
Rare Camoflaged Leather Jerkin 1941 - Mint Condition A rare example of a camoflaged Leather Jerkin. The leather jerkin is IMO in mint condition. The Leather Jerkin compromise a size 2 and is clearly 1941 dated. The Leather Jerkin is clearly camoflaged on both front and rear. Furthermore all Original buttons are present and all Original stitching is in excellent i.e. mint condition. Cannot be be upgraded!
Rare Canadian Made 30CAL Ammunition Belt 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition This is a very rare example of a Canadian Made belt intended to fit ammuntion for the 30 Caliber machine gun. The belt appears in unissued condition and is clearly 1943 dated as well as marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. The brass clip is also "30CAL" marked. A very nice and item very hard to find!
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Uniform Removed Condition In very nice although uniform removed condition are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Uniform Removed Condition In very nice although uniform removed condition are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Parachutish Qualification Wing - Used Condition In reasonable condition, clearly being uniform removed and with some minor damgaes are these Canadian Parachutist Qualification Wings. These wings would have been worn on the battle dress or deninsion smock after completing the parachutist training. Increasingly hard to find.
Rare Canadian Webbing Pistol Holster 1942 - Near Mint Condition Increasingly hard to find this Canadian webbing pistol holster. Executed in the typical Canadian tanned webbing and dated 1942. The holster is makers marked and marked with the Canadian Broad Arrow. In somewhat used but near mint condition.
Rare Early (British Airborne) Sten Gun Magazine Bandoleer So-Called Pattern A - Mint Condition This is a very rare and highly sought after piece of British Airborne Equipment. This early Sten Gun Magazine Bandoleer is executed in the distinct British Webbing material, yet slightly thinner then the regular webbing equipment. This model was the so-called only.A pattern These type of bandoleers would never been dated or marked. The bandoleers that were issued to British Airborne Forces are know to have been used during for example the Bruneval Raid (Northern France in 1942. The bandoleer is IMO in mint condition with all Original and full working press studs and no apparent damages. A truly nice piece of Early British Airborne Equipment that cannot be upgraded!
Rare Early 1940 British Tank Crew i.e. Crash Helmet Complete Condition 1942 - Nice Used Condition A very rare and remarkebale complete condition this early British Tank Crew i.e. crash helmet. The helmet is executed in a fiber like material and is fitted with an very simplistic liner. The helmet bears its original label dating 1940 and sized 6 7/8. The helmet is complete with original earphones and wiring loom. The helmet is in very nice used near mint condition with no apparent damages to either the liner or the shell. A very rare helmet hard to be upgraded!
Rare Early i.e. 1937 Dated British 37 Pattern Mk1 Basic Pouches - Mint Condition This is an early dated and extremely rare set of Pattern 1937 MK1 basic pouches. The pouches are clearly marked M E .Co and both dated 1937 &1938. The pouches have the distinctive early cartridge loops in the lid. These type of early pouches are extremely hard to find.
Rare Early i.e. 1938 & 1940 Dated British 37 Pattern Mk 2 Basic Pouches - Mint Condition This is an early dated and extremely rare set of Pattern 1937 basic pouches.MK II The pouches are clearly marked M E .Co and both dated 1938 &1940 These type of early pouches are hard to find.
Rare Experimental U.S. Airborne Hand Grenade Carrier Case - Unissued Condition A very rare U.S. Airborne experimental carrier case intended to carry M2 Pineapple handgrenades. The carrier was intended to fit over the garandbelt hence the large loops. The bag is clearly makers marked and dated 1944. This particular bag was purchased from the Gary Howard collection in 2012. A very rare and unique piece of Airborne equipment!
Rare First Model British 37 Pattern Bayonet Frog 1937 Dated - Mint Condition This British 1937 Pattern Bayonet Frog compromises a rare 1st model. The frog is clearly makers marked MeCo and 1937 dated. IMO in mint condition hard to be upgraded.
Rare First War Royal Flying Corps Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition In clear used condition this rare First War Royal Flying Corps Cap Badge. In nice condition although can be upgraded.
Rare Hand Painted British Airborne Denison Smock 1942 Dated - Near mint Condition This is a very nice and early i.e. handpainted example of a British Airborne Denison Smock. The smock compromises the first model fitted with woolen handcuffs. The smock is fitted with an Original and full working zipp and "newey" press studs. The smock is fitted with a clear and crisp label clearly 1942 dated, sized 7 and clearly makers marked. The Denison Smock appear in overall near mint condition with no real trace of wear or use. However one press stud on the tightner appears to be missing. The Original tail flap is still present and this Smock has never been altered or converted from a long zip. A truly nice and early British Airborne Denison Smock that would be hard to upgrade.
Rare Hand Painted British Airborne Denison Smock 1943 Dated - mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO in stone mint condition Denison Smock. This smock appears to be untouched with no alterations of conversion being made. This model Denison Smock compromises the rare early handpainted example. The Denison Smock as being in stone mint condition is fitted with "newey" press studs, mint cuffs on the arm and tail flap. The Denison Smock is fitted with a clear label, measuring a size 8 and being dated 1943 and makers marked C.W.S Ltd. A truly nice British Airborne Denison Smock that cannot be upgraded. this is the best one I have ever seen
Rare M-1942 Enameled Canteen 1942 Dated - In mint condition this M-1942 enameled canteen. The canteen is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. These canteens would only be made in 1942.
Rare M1 Helmet With Hawley Fibre Liner - Nice Used Condition This is a IMO nice used condition U.S. M1 Helmet fitted with a rare fibre i.e. so-called Hawley Liner. The liner is executed in a pressed fibre like material and appears to be in clear used condition. The interior of the liner is well preseverd, yet the brown leather straps has been snapped. The liner is named as can be seen on the pictures. The liner is fitted in a Original M1 front seam and fixed bale helmet shell which is in equal nice used condition to the helmet.
Rare M5 Assualt Gasmask And M7 Rubberized Carrier - Nice Used Condition U.S. Airborne M5 Assualt Gasmask With Original M7 Rubberized Carrier. These type of gasmasks are known to been used during the D-Day invasion in June 1944. Both gasmask, filter are in IMO in nice used condition. The bag appears to be unissued, yet has some clear traces of years of storage. The M5 Assualt Gasmask is becoming increasingly hard to find these days. The filter does not appear to be dated, yet is U.S. marked. The same applies to the mask itself which is clearly U.S. marked. The M7 Carrier bag is in undamaged condition with all straps and hooks in place and press studs being in good working order. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment!
Rare Picture Air Ministry Marked Of C47 Dakota Dropping Parachutists An rare offiial picture issued by the Air Ministry of two C47 Dakotas dopping parachutists. There are no comments on the picture so no more known other then what can be seen on the pictures.
Rare RAF M43 Flying Boots - Nice Used Condition Nice RAF flying boots. The boots are in clearly used although nice condition. The boots are lined with sheep skin and full working zips. The small straps to tight the shoes around the legs are still in place. The soles clearly used yet very nice condition. A very nice and rare piece! Hard to be upgraded.
Rare Set Of Bart Vanderveens Observing Fighting Vehicles And Observing Army Vehicles Directory - Used Condition In popular demand by military vehicle enthusiasts alike and hence getting incredibly hard to find this set of two books by Bart Vanderveen. The set compromises a copy of Observing Fighting Vehicles of World War Two in a clear used condition. The other copy compromises Observing Army Vehicles which is still used but clear better condition then the first part. Both a great reference as well as collectors item. Can be upgraded.
Rare Set Of WH (Heer/SS) MP 38-40 Magazine Pouches CLG Makers Marked - Nice Used Condition A very rare and fully matching pair of WH (Heer/SS) MP38-40 Magazine Pouches. The pouches are makers marked CLG (Ernst Melzig Lederwaren) and are marked with the corresponding WaffenAmbt marking WaA866. The pouches are 1943 and 1944 dated. Further markings compromise P38 U. 40 on the bottom leather strap on the rear of the pouch. The pouches are in very nice used condition, one pouch being virtually clean, the other being somewhat stained on the rear of the pouch (as can be seen on the pictures). There appear to be no damages or cuts, and all straps and hooks are still present and in perfect condition. A very hard to find item in very nice i.e. used condition. Hard to be upgraded!
Rare Silver Plated British (Airborne) Parachute Regiment Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is a rare example of a British (Airborne) Silver Plated Parachute Regiment Cap Badge. The badge is fitted with kings crown and comes with Original clasp. A very hard to come by item. In IMO mint condition.
Rare Single Lancaster Magazine Pouch 1941 Dated - Mint Condition A very nice single Magazine Pouch intended to hold magazines for the Lancaster Sub Machine Gun. The pouch is clearly 1941 dated and makers marked MeCo. In nice i.e. mint condition.
Rare U.S Glider BC-721-B HandyTalkie 1942 Near Mint Condition A very rare U.S. Glider Troops Handy Talkie. This type BC-721-B still fitted with its type plate and dated 1942. The lid on the arial is executed in alluminium some dents are been seen . and the 2 speaker covers are made from bakalite The housing of the radio appears in equal mint condition. A spectacular piece in equal condition. Cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. (Airborne) M1 Carbine Carrying Case Rigger 1943 Converted For Garand - Mint Condition A standard U.S. M1 Carbine carrying case period "Rigger" converted to hold the Garand rifle. This is a common rigger conversion that we have come across before. These type of conversions would be common practice by U.S. Airborne riggers. The case is dated 1943 and is in stone mint condition with original carrier sling afixed to the case and full working zip. Cannot be upgraded!
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. The gloves have some minor staines due to inapropriate storage. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. The gloves do not appear to be makers marked which is not unusual with some productions. Hard to be upgraded!
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. stone mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. Both gloves are fully matching and still attached to eachother by Original facture rope. Both gloves are clearly sized M and are both makers marked as well as marked with a Quartermaster Number. The quartermaster number relates to a production run of april 1944. An unique oppurtunity to obtain such mint and fully matching U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves.
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. stone mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. Both gloves are fully matching and still attached to eachother by Original facture rope. Both gloves are clearly sized M and are both makers marked as well as marked with a Quartermaster Number. The quartermaster number relates to a production run of april 1944. An unique oppurtunity to obtain such mint and fully matching U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves.
Rare U.S. Airborne (2ND Pattern) Leather Parachutist Gloves - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of a IMO unissued i.e. stone mint pair of U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves. These gloves compromise the 2nd pattern i.e. without pulling straps. As would have been used by the 101ST and 82ND Airborne during D-Day and Operation Market Garden in 1944. Both gloves are fully matching and still attached to eachother by Original facture rope. Both gloves are clearly sized M and are both makers marked as well as marked with a Quartermaster Number. The quartermaster number relates to a production run of april 1944. An unique oppurtunity to obtain such mint and fully matching U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Gloves.
Rare U.S. Airborne Assualt Flag Armband - Mint Condition This is a rare and IMO mint condition example of an U.S. Airborne Assualt Flag Armband. The flag armband is executed in a coated material affixed with two safety pins. These armabands were issued to all assualt troops from 1942 and used untill the Normandy Operation in June 1942 by Airborne Troops only. This particular flag armband is as described in mint condition and cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne Black Backed Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition An absolute stunning and rare Black Backed U.S. 101st Airborne formation patch also known as Screaming Eagle. The patch has the Airborne tab attached to the formation patch. Cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1943 - Unissued Condition This is a truly rare example of an unissued and IMO stone mint example of and U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard. These scabbards were specially designed to hold the M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine during jump. These scabbards were introduced in 1943. The early models such as this 1943 dated example were executed in OD shade No. 3 canvas. They were succeeded by the larger produced and less rare OD Shade No. 7 examples (Dark green shade). The back is very clear 1943 dated and makers marked. The bag is complete and fitted with original legstrap and original and fully working press studs. A truly rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment hard to be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne M1A1 i.e. Folding Stock Scabbard 1943 - Unissued Condition This is a rare example of a IMO unissued and hence stone mint Scabbard for the U.S. Airborne M1A1 Folding Stock Carbine. This special belt holster was adopted from 1943 and executed on the OD No. 7 shade. The scabbard was helt onto the leg by the special strap at the muzzle end. The back is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. A rare piece of U.S. Airborne equipment that cannot be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Airborne Shortened M1910 Entrenching Tool And Cover - Nice Used Condition This is rare to find example of a shortened M1910 entrenching tool. The M1910 entrenching tool or so-called T Shovel was modified to a shorter measurement for U.S. Airborne Troops specificly. This due to the fact the handle bar of the standard and longer examples would get in the way during the parachute jump. This particular shovel has been periodly modified as can clearly be seen on wear of the riffets. The T-shovel is fitted with original entrenching tool cover which appears in the same nice used condition. The cover is 1943 and appears to be named. A truly nice and very rare piece of U.S. Airborne Equimpment!
Rare U.S. Carrying Bag Intended For 30CAL Ammunition Boxes - Mint Condition Rare U.S. First Model Carrying Bag intended to hold two ammunition boxes for the 30CAL Machine Gun. Each box would hold up to 250 rounds of macine gun ammunition. The carrying case is clearly U.S. marked and fitted with Original carrying strap. A very rare item that cannot be upgraded!
Rare U.S. M-1917 Three Pocket Ammunition Pouch - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and in unissued condition M-1917 Three Pocket Ammuntion Pouch. The pouch is intended to hold up to six Cal.45 revolver clips. It was worn on the pistol belt. The pouch is makers marked and apears to be dated although the stamp is somewhat faded to translate to date. A unusual item!
Rare U.S. M1 Carbine Carrying Case Rigger Converted For Garand - Mint Condition A standard U.S. M1 Carbine carrying case period "Rigger" converted to hold the Garand rifle. These type of conversions would be common practice by riggers. The case is dated 1943 and is in stone mint condition.
Rare U.S. M1C Airborne Paratrooper Helmet Fitted With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Condition A very nice and rare U.S. M1C Airborne (Paratrooper) helmet. Which IMO can best be described as nice used condition. The helmet is fitted with a westinghouse liner and attached with the leather chinstrap. The liner of the M1C, like most paratrooper liners, had a set of "A yokes" or straps fixed to the side of the liner to enable the use of a leather chin cup to give support to the head and neck during jumps. This helmet bears its original paint and is in very nice yet used condition with some rust in the interior of the helmet. The M1 helmet comrpomises a frontseam and swifle bale example. The helmet comes with a orginal fitted helmetnet. Very hard to be upgraded.
Rare U.S. M1C Airborne Paratrooper Helmet Fitted With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Condition A very nice and rare U.S. M1C Airborne (Paratrooper) helmet. Which IMO can best be described as nice used condition. The helmet is fitted with a westinghouse liner and attached with the webbing chinstrap. The liner of the M1C, like most paratrooper liners, had a set of "A yokes" or straps fixed to the side of the liner to enable the use of a leather chin cup to give support to the head and neck during jumps. This helmet bears its original paint and is in very nice yet used condition with some rust in the interior of the helmet. The M1 helmet comrpomises a frontseam and swifle bale example. The helmet comes with a orginal fitted helmetnet. Very hard to be upgraded.
Rare U.S. Marching Compass In M1938 Leather Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition In very nice yet clear used condition this rare U.S. Marching Compass. The compass is clearly makers marked. The compass does not seems to be dated, not unusual for this type of equipment. The compass comes with its orginal M1938 leather carrying case. The case in equal nice used condition.
Rare U.S. Navy M-1926 Life Preserver Belt - New Old Stock An excellent example of a U.S. Navy M-1926 life preserver belt. These belts would typically have been used by all troops and personell on landing craft such as used during D-Day in 1944. The belt is in unissued mint condition. Manufactured by firestone. New Old Stock!
Rare U.S. Navy M-1926 Life Preserver Belt - Near Mint Condition An excellent example of a U.S. Navy M-1926 life preserver belt. These belts would typically have been used by all troops and personell on landing craft such as used during D-Day in 1944. In near mint condition.
Rare U.S. Thompson Submachine Gun Cover - Near Mint Condition A very nice example of a U.S. army cover intended to carry the Thompson Submachine Gun.The cover is in excellent condition with a zip in full working order and all leather fixtures and fittings still in tact. The cover has a very small hole as can be seen on the pictures. Increasingly hard to find!
Rare USMC Camoflage Jungle Back Pack 1943 - Stone Mint Condition This is an rare and increasingly hard to find example of an USMC Camoflage Jungle Back Pack. The back pack is in unissued and IMO Stone Mint Condition. The back pack is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. Furthermore all hooks, straps and fittings appear to be in place and in full working order. An exceptional item that cannot be upgraded.
Rare Waffen SS Pea Dot i.e. M44 Camouflage Trousers - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and very attractive example of a Waffen SS Pea Dot Camouflage pair of trousers. The pea dot pattern) was designed by Johann Georg Otto Schick and worn by the Waffen-SS from 1944 onwards. The trousers are IMO in unissued condition with. The trousers have some minor rust staines on one of the legs as well as a minor rust hole. Further more the hooks appear somewhat rusty. All Original buttons appear to be in place. The trousers are marked with a clear RBN number and size marking 86/102 84/114. Furthermore the trousers are still fitted with Original on the lower end of both legs. A truly nice and very attractive pair off Waffen SS Camouflage Trousers.
Rare WW2 Canadian Tankcrew Pistol Holster - Nice Used Condition A fantastic example of a WW2 Canadian holster as used for the webley by tank crew. The holster is fitted on a longer webbing strap, this is done to ensure tankcrew could sit easily without the holster being in their way. The webbing holster is clearly dated 1943 and executed in the slightly lighter green webbing typical for canadian webbing equipment. In nice used condition.
Reconaissance Corps Brass Cap Badge Private Purchase - Near Mint Condition A nice example of what is very likely to be a private purchase cap badge to the Reconaissance Corps. The badge is slightly smaller then its army issue counterpart. The badge is in IMO near mint condition, and is complete with lugs on the rear and original pin. Hard to be upgraded.
Reichsarbeitsdienst - (ie. RAD-) belt-buckle 1938 Dated Makers Marked G Brehmer - Near Mint Condition The neat (as always aluminium-based-) belt-buckle retains truly (almost) all of its silver-toned finish and comed IMO in near mint condition. The buckle itself is also stamped with the companys'-abbreviation: 'GB' and/or date: '38' (visible on the back of the buckle near the impressed swastika - see pictures). Hard to be upgraded.
Royal Air Force Side Cap Badged 1945 - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a Royal Air Force side cap. The side cap is IMO nice used condition with some minor damages and repairs. The cap is clearly 1945 dated and sized 7 1/8. Furthermore the side cap is is clearly Broad Arrow marked. A nice side cap that can be upgraded.
Royal Airforce 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol Holster And Cartridge Pouch - Mint Condition This is an IMO nice and mint example of a Royal Airforce 1937 Pattern Webbing Pistol holster and cartridge pouch. The holster is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated where the cartridge pouch is also makers marked and 1941 dated.
Royal East Kent Regiment Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition A nice brass example of a cap badge to the Royal East Kent Regiment i.e. the Buffs. The badge is in clear used condition and could be upgraded.
Royal Tank Corps Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition, this cap badge to the Royal Tank Corps. Could be upgraded.
Sainte-Mere-Eglise Photographs Of D-Day Sainte-Mere-Eglise This book contains not only hundreds of never before published period photographs taken at Ste-Mere-Eglise early June 1944 but also numerous color pictures of equipment and uniforms that fought for the liberation of Ste-Mere-Eglise. This include General Matthew Ridgway's famous helmet and Dick Winters' D-Day equipment. (the later jumping very close from Ste-Mere-Eglise). 235 x 295cm, Hardback - 304 pages - 442 illustrations ISBN 2-9600176-9-2 VERSION : ENGLISH/FRANÇAIS
Scarce AN6510 Parachute Chest Pack - Mint Condition This is a scarce chest pack of the AN6510 parachute, also known as the S1 parachute. This type of parachute would have been prefered by pilots as they allowed better freedom when pilots moved their had suposed to other types of parachutes. In superb condition!
Scarce Black Leather Carrying Sling For Panzer Schreck - Used Condition A very rare example of a carrying sling for the German Panzer Schreck. The black leather sling is approxmately 85cm long. The Panzerschreck would have been the counterpart of the American Bazooka. 88MM caliber rocket launcher, a very iconic weapon from the second world war. The sling does not appear to have any dates or markings not uncommon and guaranteed Original. In clear used condition.
Scarce Herringbone Twill Overall With Printed SGT Stripes - Mint Unissued Condition A very nice and in unissued condition Herringbone Twill (HBT) overall. The overall is originally fitted with printed rank stripes which makes the overall an unique piece. The jacket is numbered and clearly dated and makers marked.The size is 38R Cannot be upgraded!
Scarce RAF Aircraft Axe 1938 Dated - Nice Used Condition British RAF Aircraft Axe. The axe is clearly marked Air Ministry and dated 1938, one of the earliest we have ever come across. These axes are also known to have been used in Gliders. Hard to be upgraded.
Scarce RAF Woolen Socks Sized 11 - Nice Used Condition We not come across many of these. A pair of RAF socks as worn inside the flying boots by pilots and Air Crew. The socks are clearly marked although no date or makers mark can be made out although size 11 is clearly visible. There appears to be no damage and the socks are in overall nice used condition.
Scarce U.S. Army Issue Guide To The United Kingdom - Unissued Condition An very nice U.S. Army issue soldiers guide to the United Kingdom. The guide handles about all major point of interest whilst being stationed in England. Unissued condition!
Scarce U.S. Navy MK2 K BAR Fighting Knife Camillus NY Makers Marked - Near Mint Condition A very scarce U.S. Navy fighting knife. The scabbard of the knife is clearly USN marked . The knife itself clearly K BAR marked and makers marked Camillus NY. The knife is equally clearly marked USN. These type of knives would not have been dated. In near mint condition hard to be upgraded.
Set Of British Airborne Printed Pegasus Patches - Nice Used Condition A very nice set of British Airborne Formation Patches. The patches compromise a fully matching and printed pair.
Set Of Embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles - Fully Matching Unissued Condition A very nice and unissued and IMO stone mintcondition pair of embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles. Introduced half way through the war with its typical British 'glue or paste' backing. A nice dark blue on light blue lettering and in a perfect and un-issued condition. Cannot be upgraded!
Set Of Embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles - NON Matching Unissued Condition A very nice and unissued and in good condition a non matching pair of embroided Glider Pilot Regiment Shoulder Titles. Introduced half way through the war with its typical British 'glue or paste' backing. A nice dark blue on light blue lettering and in a perfect and un-issued condition.
Set Of Late Model 1937 Pattern Basic Pouches - Unissued Condition A set of late model (i.e. with brass strap instead of press studd) 1937 Pattern Basic Pouches. In one of the pouches the dates and makers mark are slightly visible, the date 1944 can be read but the makers marked is too much faded. In the other pouch all markings are present but faded too much to read.
Set Of U.S. Paratrooper Formation and/or Divisional Patched - Mint Condition This is a nice pair off two United States Paratroops Formation and/or Divisional Patches. The patches would have been worn on for example the front pocket of jackets. Hard to be upgraded.
Set Of US Thompson Five Pocket Magazine Pouches - Unissued Condition A non-matching set of Five Pocket Thompson magazine pouches. The pouches are colour matching, although only one of the pouches appears to dated 1942. The pouches appear in unissued condition i.e. near mint condition. Hard to be upgraded.
Set Of WH Late War G43 Ammunition Pouches Both 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition This set compromises an IMO nice used condition pair of black leather Late War G43 Ammunition Pouches. Both pouches are 1944 dated and appear to makers marked, however they do not appear to be matching. The pouches have clear traces of wear, yet have no apparent damages on fixtures and fittings. Can be upgraded.
Set Off Printed British Airborne Pegasus Formation Insiginia - Unissued Condition This is IMO a mint pair of matching printed Pegasus Airborne Division formation signs, they are getting harder to get now. First introduced in 1942 and designed by Major E.Seago based on the Greek saga of the winged horse Pegasus and his rider Bellerophon. This perfect matching set is in a good and un-issued condition.
Set Off Printed British Airborne Pegasus Formation Patches - Non Matching (Yet Matching) This is a set of non matching British Airborne Pegasus formation patches. These patches compromise a printed version. Although the patches are non-matching it is hardly visible and could well be described as matching (as meets the eye).
Single SchutzStaffel (SS) Collar Tab BeVo Weave Style - Uniform Removed Condition This is a truly nice and increasingly hard to come by SchutzStaffel (SS) Collar Tab. This Waffen-SS BeVo Weave Enlisted Style Runic Collar Tab (Kragenspiegel). These style of collar tabs were worn by the ranks of SS Mann to SS Sturmscharführer. This is an later-war type BeVo type collar tab as introduced around 1943. The collar tab is showing the machine-woven SS runes in silvery/grey on a black background.
Single WH Late War G43 Black Leather Ammunition Pouch 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition This single WH Late War G43 Black Leather Ammuntion Pouch is IMO in nice used condition. Being clearly used the pouch appears to have no apparent damages and all hooks and straps in place. The pouch is makers marked and 1944 dated. Can be upgraded.
South Staffordshire Brass Cap Badge - Mint Condition A very nice example of a standard brass Cap Badge to the South Staffordshire Regiment. The Regiment got its fame due the actions during the Battle of Arnhem in 1944 and subsequently two Victoria Cross winners. The badge has some light traces of wear and is IMO in mint condition.
South Staffordshire Bronze Cap Badge - Mint Condition This is a nice example of a Bronze executed cap badge to the South Staffordshire Regiment. This compromises an early model cap badge.The badge has no traces of wear and is IMO in mint condition. The South Staffordshire Regiment became famous due to its action during the Battle of Arnhem. Two members of the Regiment were awarded with a Victoria Cross.
Standard WH binoculars 'Dienstglas' 6 x 30 - black coloured - Nice Used Condition This is an honest piece of equipment: a standard WH binoculars 'Dienstglas - 6 x 30'. The piece is clearly used and shows normal traces of wear. The top is neatly marked with a three-digit makers' code. The binoculars are fitted with Original anti movement strap and carrying sling, as well as bakelite cover for the lense. In usued although nice condition.
Third Reich Entrenching Tool & Carrying Case (Schanzzeug) - Fair Condition A third reich entrenching tool and black leather carrying case, also called Schanzzeug. The blade of the tool is in slight used condition and lacks a makers mark or date. The leather crrying case in very nice condition with original leather straps although equally lacks any markings (not uncommon). Together tool and case are in very nice and fair condition.
Third Reich Vehicle Flag - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint condition Theird Reich Vehichle flag. The flag measures 97CM x 117CM. Distinct for vehicle flags are the rings on the edges in order to be attached to vehicles. Furthermore vehicle flags have the swastiska stitched to one side only. The flag does not bear any further markings. Rare piece of military history.
U.S Airborne M1942 Paratrooper Jump Jacket And Trousers 82ND Airborne Badged - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and authentic example of an U.S. Airborne M 1942 Jump Suit, compromising both jacket and trousers. The jacket is badged with an 82ND U.S. Airborne Badge. The 82ND U.S. Airborne Division became well known due the action it saw during D-Day June 1944 and Market Garden September 1944 and various other battles within the European Theatre of Operations. Both Jacket and Trousers are IMO best to be described as nice used condition. There are some very minor damages on mainly the trousers and Obvious trace of wear and age on both items. The jacket is fitted with an Original and full working zip. Yet both jacket and trousers retain a truly nice patina which aires history. The jacket is clearly marked with laundry numbers and what appears a size yet this marking is very hard to read. The trousers lack any markings which is not unusual. The trousers measure a waist of around 82 centimeters. This is very nice used and authentic U.S. Airborne Uniform!
U.S Airborne M1942 Paratrooper Jump Jacket And Trousers Screaming Eagle 101ST Airborne Badged - Mint Condition In absolute mint condition this U.S. Airborne M42 Paratrooper Jump jacket and Trousers. The Jacket and trousers are in absolute mint condition. The Jacket and trousers are fitted with Original label. Furthermore the jacket and trousers are named (unknown name) and originally badged with a screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division) . The trousers are in equal mint condition and fitted with Original braces. the jacket is in mint condition with only a small stain and some traces stracth of the paint on some off the buttons. The measured size of the trousers appears to be a 30x33 (being written in the interior) the jacket does not appear to be marked with a size.but it is a 38-40 waist A truly nice and true mint and genuine set of M42 Paratrooper jumpsuit.
U.S Infantery Garrisson Cap Signals corps-Mint Condition A very nice and neat U.S. Infantry/Signal Corps Garrisson Cap. Exectuted with the distinct Orange/white piping. The liner of the cap appears to in in very nice although mint condition.the size is 71/4
U.S M1912 Pistol Magazine Poutch British Made Unissued Condition A British Made M1912 Pistol Magazine pouch. The pouch is clearly dated 1944 and makers marked. In absolute mint and unissued condition
U.S Womans WAAC Untillity Bag -Nice Used Condition i.e. Near Mint Condition This is an incredible IMO near mint example of a WAAC Utility Bag i.e. shoulder bag. Executed in brown leather this WAAC handbag is lined with green cotton cloth. The bag is in used although nice condition and marked with army or washnumer. The bag is fitted with original leather strap and original and working press stud, The bag does not appear to be makers marked or dated which is not uncommon with these type of bags. Getting hard to find these days!
U.S. Leather Vehicle i.e. Harley Davidson or Jeep Thompson Scabbard- Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of a U.S. Thompson Scabbard. This scabbard executed in leather was intended to fit on vehicles such as a jeep or Harley Davidson WLA. The scabbard appears in very nice used condition. The leather is in excellent condition and retains a very nice patina. All straps and fixtures remain in place. A very nice scabbard that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Rare 1st Model Fibre Liner - Used Condition This is a U.S. M1 helmet fitted with the very rare 1st model Fibre Liner. The first liners were made from compressed paper fibers impregnated with phenolic resin, but were quickly eliminated, because they degraded quickly in high humidity environments and were replaced by constantly evolving plastic liners. The Original chinstrap of the helmet is still present yet snapped as can be seen on the pictures. This particular helmet and liner are in nice yet clear used condition!
U.S. M1903 M1 And BAR Combination Scorebook - Mint Condition A combination score book to be used during shooting exercises with either the M1903 or M1 Rifle or Browing Automatic Rifle. The book has been used although in mint condition.
U.S. (Airborne) Engineers Garison Cap 6 3/4 - Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of a U.S. (Airborne) garison cap. The cap is fitted with red and white piping denoting the Corps of Engineers. The cap appears to be in mint i.e. unissued condition. Still fitted with Original size label 6 3/4. The leather sweatband in the interior is in equal mint condition with no trace of excesive wear. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Airborne) Utility Straps Set of Five - Unissued Condition Set of five unissued utility straps used by both Airborne and Infantry troops. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. (Army) Glider Brand No Brush Shave - Unissued Condition An unissued example of an U.S. (Army) Glider Brand package of Glider brand No Brush Shave. Both package and tube are in near condition with minor damages due to years of storage. The tube is still bearing its contents! Can be upgraded.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition U.S. (Paratrooper) Friction Tape In Box in unissued condition. The box is unissued however has some damages (i.e. fragile as can be expected from a 70 year old box) The box is clearly dated 1943. This is a very scarce box of friction tape, intended to be used in demolition works however also used by U.S. Paratroopers to tape their webbing equipment.
U.S. 3 Pocket Grenade Pouch 1944 - Mint Condition In very nice i.e. mint condition this U.S. 3 pocket grenade pouch. The pouch is fitted with its Original laces in order to fasten the pouch on the leg to minimize movenment. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked J.Q.M.D. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. 30CAL M1 Carbine Cartridge Pouch 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is a nice example of an U.S. 30CAL M1 Carbine Cartridge Pouch. The pouch is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. In IMO near mint condition.
U.S. 5 Pocket 40 Round Magazine Carrying Pouch For M1918 Pedersen device attachment for the M1903 Sprigfield rifle - Mint Condition This is U.S. 5 Pocket 40 Round Magazine Carrying Pouch. Intended for use with the M1918 Pedersen device attachment for the M1903 Sprigfield rifle. With this Pedersen device it was possible to convert the Springfield rifle in a form of a sub machine gun or automatic rifle, so that's the reason why there are 40-rounds magazines. Executed in the distinct webbing like material and fitted with dividers in order to fit the magazines. The pouch is marked R.I.A. and 9-19. In very nice and IMO mint condition.
U.S. 50CAL Tripod Cover 1945 Dated - Stone Mint Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition. This U.S. Tripod Cover for the 50CAL Machine Gun. The cover is clearly makers marked and 1945 dated.T The cover was used to protect the head of the tripod when folded for transport. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. 82ND Airborne Formation Patch With Green Backing - Nice Used Condition U.S. 82ND Airborne Formation Patch IMO in nice used condition. This copromises a 82nd U.S. Airborne shoulder patch with dark green backing. The dark green backing is scarce variation on other types.
U.S. 9th Troop Carrier Command Shoulder Patch - English Made U.S. 9th Troop Carrier Command shoulder patch. This particular patch is a British made type. In mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Air Force A-11 Flying Cap And Polaroid Goggles With Matching Army Numbers - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice used condition U.S. Airforce Flying Cap and Polaroid Flying Goggles. The flying cap executed in nice and smooth brown leather compromises the A-11 model. The Type A-11 intermediate flying helmet was standardized on August 6, 1943 and became one of the most popular and widely utilzied helmets during World War II. The flying helmet is fitted with all origal hooks and straps and all press studs appear to be in nice used condition. The flying cap is fitted with a clear label and marked USAF on both the interior and exterior. The flying cap comes with Original polaroid flying goggles. What makes this item unique and very interesting is that both the flying goggles and the cap are marked with the identical army numbers. Both items have been together for over 70 years! A truly nice and interesting piece of U.S. Air Force equipment, that would be hard to upgrade!
U.S. Air Force B3 Leather Flying Jacket - Near Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of the Iconic B3 U.S. Air Force i.e. Pilots Flying Jacket. The jaket is executed in brown leather and sheepskin liner. The jacket is IMO best to bescribed as near mint, as most often the leather of these jackets has been dried out and is badly damaged. This B3 Jacket however is in very neat condition with only some minor damages as can be expected from a leather jacket of this age. The jacket is fitted with Original and full working zip. The small strap to tighten the top collar of the jacket has been removed. This has likely been done period as it is commonly removed as it was not comfortable to wear. All together a very nice and full Original Flying Jacket that would be hard to upgrade!
U.S. Air Force Type A9-A Leather Flying Gloves - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice pair of U.S. Air Force Type A9-A Leather Flying Gloves. The gloves are IMO best to be described as nice used condition. The gloves are clearly used yet have a very attractive appearance. The USAF markings on the exteriors have faded due to use. The labels on the interior are still in place yet washed out. The leather and sheepskin are both in very nice yet used condition.
U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition A nice and U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division) and fully matching airborne tab. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne 101st Airborne Screaming Eagle Formation Patch - Mint Condition A truly nice and very detailed example of an U.S. 101st Airborne i.e. Screaming Eagles Identification Patch. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne A5 Drop Container Cushin - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Airborne A5 Drop Container Cushin. These type of cushin would be fitted on the container to break the force of the dropping. The cushin is marked with a serial number although not dated (us usual with these type of cushins). There are no apparent damages and all fixtures and fittings appear to be in place. In nice used condition.
U.S. Airborne Assembly Identification Container Lamp Blue - Unissued Condition An nice and unissued example of a so-called Assembly Identification Lamp for dropping containers from aircraft as used by the U.S. Airborne Pathfinders. The lamp was automaticly turned on as the parachute opened and assited by locating the cargo containers on the ground by night drops. Lamps were produced in different light colors, the colors would depend on the load of the container. The lamp compromises a blue lamp, in Original box. The box however is marked "green". All boxes however were identical. The lamp is still fitted with one light bulb. Furthermore in unissued condition with the Obvious traces due to storage. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne BC611 Portable Radio Type F Or So-called Handy Talkie - Mint Condition This is a great example of an U.S. Airborne BC611 Portable Radio Or So-called Handy Talkie. This type of radio equipment became an iconic piece of equipment. This particular example is IMO in mint condition. Complete with extendable antenne, Original canvas carrying strap and excellent condition interior (not degraded by eroded batteries). The radio is fitted with Original specification plate. A truly nice piece of U.S. Airborne Equipment that would be hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Airborne Corcoran Jump Boots Sized 12D With Original Fitted Label - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice and IMO nice used condition pair of U.S. Airborne Jump Boots. U.S. Airborne Jump Boots are often refered to as Corcoran Boots refering the maker Corcoran. These boots compromise an original pair of fully matching Corcoran boots. One of the boots is fitted with original Corcoran label. Both of the boorts are clearly Corcoran marked in the interior of the boots, well as being marked with the size and stock/production number in the interior of the boot. The boots measure a size 12 D still clearly visible on the interior as well as on the sole. The boots have clear traces of wear mainly on the sole and the obvious wear on the leather. The boots are fitted with original leather laces. A truly nice pair of U.S. Airborne Corcoran Jump Boots. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Airborne Corcoran Jump Boots Sized 9D With Original Fitted Label - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice and IMO nice used condition pair of U.S. Airborne Jump Boots. U.S. Airborne Jump Boots are often refered to as Corcoran Boots refering the maker Corcoran. These boots compromise an original pair of fully matching Corcoran boots. One of the boots is fitted with original Corcoran label. Both of the boorts are clearly Corcoran marked in the interior of the boots, well as being marked with the size and stock/production number in the interior of the boot. The boots measure a size 9 D still clearly visible on the interior as well as on the sole. The boots have clear traces of wear mainly on the sole and the obvious wear on the leather. The boots are fitted with original leather laces. A truly nice pair of U.S. Airborne Corcoran Jump Boots. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Airborne Glider Sterling Silver Wing - Used Condition An U.S. Airborne (Gliderborne) Glider Wing. The Wing is sterling silver marked and in used condition. The fitting of the clasp appears to be damaged but the wing can be fitted on a uniform.
U.S. Airborne Jump Wing Fitted On 502 PIR Oval - Nice Used Condition A variation of an U.S. Airborne Jump Wing. The wing is fitted on a 502 PIR oval. Both wing and oval appear to be in nice used condition.
U.S. Airborne Jump Wing Gemsco Sterling Makers Marked - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice IMO nice used example of a U.S. Airborne Qualification Wing. The wing is executed in a silver like material and fitted with a pin onto the uniform. This particular example os clearly Gensko marked in the rear. These qualifications would have been issued to all U.S. Paratroopers included the 82ND and 101ST Airborne Division whom took part in the D-Day landings and Operation Market Garden in 1944.
U.S. Airborne Jump Wing Sterling Marked - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice IMO nice used example of a U.S. Airborne Qualification Wing. The wing is executed in a silver like material and fitted with a pin onto the uniform. This particular example os clearly Sterling marked in the rear. These qualifications would have been issued to all U.S. Paratroopers included the 82ND and 101ST Airborne Division whom took part in the D-Day landings and Operation Market Garden in 1944.
U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag 1943- Near Mint Condition In fantastic IMO near mint condition is this U.S. Airborne M1 Rifle Griswold Bag. These bags were invented especially for U.S. Airborne Troops in order to protect the M1 rifle and the soldier during combat jumps. The Griswold ie.e Rifle Valise is nice dated 1944 The Original zip is in full working order and there appear to be no faults or damages. The Original clip to attach the bag to the Parachute harnass is still present as can be seen on the pictures. There are some very minor moth holes that can be seen on the pictures. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne M3 Trench Knife Makers Marked Case In M6 Scabbard 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very and IMO best to be described as nice used condition U.S. (Airborne) M3 Trench Knife And M6 Scabbard. The Trench Knife measuring a 11 1/2 inch blade, clearly makers marked Case on the blade of knife. Both blade and handgrip of the knife are in very nice used condition. The knife comes with original M6 scabbard The scabbard and equally 1943 dated. The scabbard is makers marked MILSCO and in the same nice used condition as the knife. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne Paratrooper Grip Type T5 Chest Pack - Unissued Condition This is a rare example of an early dated (october 1942) chest pack for the T5 Parachute. This particular chest pack is of the Grip Type, which is also clearly marked on the pack. The pack is in fantastic and unissued condition.
U.S. Airborne Pathfinder Felt Padded PPN 2 Beacon Carrying Bag - Mint Condition A rare example of an U.S Airborne Pathfinder PPN-2 Felt Padded Bag, Intended to hold the U.S. Airborne PPN1 Transmitter Beacon. The bag is felt padded and executed off water resistant canvas. This particular bag is clearly PPN marked on the front of the bag, and fitted with Original straps and hooks. The bag is fitted wih full working Original zip. Furthermore the bag is in very nice and clean condition. The bag does not appear to damaged and in overall mint condition.
U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Uniform Removed A nice uniform removed U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division).
U.S. Airborne Type 7 Screaming Eagle Shoulder Patch - Mint Condition A nice and mint so-called type 7 U.S. Airborne Screaming Eagle (101st Airborne Division) and fully matching airborne tab. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne Yellow on Black Airborne Tab - Unissued An U.S. Airborne Yellow on Black Airborne Tab. These tabs would have been fitted on the uniform above the unit crest, such as the famous screaming eagle (101st ,17 Airborne). Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Airborne( Pathfinder) Signal Lamp And Equipment SE11 - Nice Used Condition A very nic yet clear used example of the U.S. Airborne Signal Lamp SE-11 and equipment. This type of lamp would have been used to convey morse code by day or night. The Airborne Signal Lamp and Equipment compromises; 1. BG131 Bag 2. M-227 Lamp 3. M-341 Detachable Stock 4. LG-21 Tripod 5. Goggles 6 Technical Manual TM 11-392 All equipment and bag are in nice used condition as described and photographed. An increasingly hard to find piece of U.S. Airborne Signal Equipment!
U.S. Army Camel Cigarettes -Unopened Condition This is a period example of U.S. Army Camel Cigarettes. Camel was one of the iconic brands smoked by U.S. GIs. The packed appears to be unopened still sealed in its Original plastic seal. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Army French Phrase Book June 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition An U.S. Army issued French Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943.
U.S. Army French Phrase Book June 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition An U.S. Army issued French Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943.
U.S. Army German Phrase Book June 1943 Dated - Near Mint Condition An U.S. Army issued German Phrase Book. The book is in near mint condition and clearly dated June 1943.
U.S. Army Herring Ration Tin - Unopened Condition This is a quite unusual item. A tin packed for the U.S. Army (refering to the QM i.e. Quartermaster Code on the label. The herring packed in the Netherlands and destined for a U.S. Army depot in Norway. The tin remains unopened and bears its Original contents. As can be seen from the pictures the exterior and label remain in well preserved condition yet clearly fragile due to years of storage.
U.S. Army Issue French Language Guide - Mint Condition In slightly used but overall mint conditon a U.S. Army issue language guide. The language guide contains basic phrases and sentences in French.
U.S. Army Issue French Phrase Book - Mint Condition A very nice U.S. Army issue French Phrase book. The booklet is nicely dated with some rough edges due to use. The book is complete with all pages and the backing still attached to eachother although a little fragile. A very nice and hard to find item!
U.S. Army Issue Guide To Paris And Northern Cities - Unissued A rare U.S. army issue pocket guide to Paris and the Northern cities of France. The booklet issued by the war office is in absolute fantastic unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Army Issue Mennen Brushless Shave - Unissued Condition An unissued example of a U.S. Armed Forces Only package and tube off Mennen Brushless Shave. Both package and tube are unissued and appear in very neat i.e. near mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Army Issue Wrist Compass Waltham - Near Mint Condition US Army/USMC W.C. Co. Wrist Compass with the original one-piece nylon writst band. The compass has some minor straching as can be seen on the pictures. The Waltham Wrist Compass had a brass case and a one-piece nylon strap. The compass points and needle were illuminated by radioactive vials. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Army Issued Coleman Burner - Unissued Condition U.S. Army issued Coleman 523 Military Burner Stove. It was used in field hospitals to sterilize medical instruments as well as to cook when in the field. The stove is marked U.S.A. MD on the front of the burner but does not appear to be makers marked. The stove appears in unissued condition, with all fixtures and fittings still being present and in working order.
U.S. Army Knitted Woolen High Neck Sweater - Mint Condition In mint i.e. unused condition, this U.S. Army woolen sweater. The sweater is sized large and dated january 1945. The sweater appear to free of moth and other damages.
U.S. Army M1 Ammunition Bag -Unissued Condition A unissued example of a American Made M1 ammunition bag. These type of bags are intended to hold up to 11 rifle grenades or 28 handgrenades. The bag is clearly makers marked and dated 1945.
U.S. Army M1 Ammunition Bag -Unissued Condition A unissued example of a American Made M1 ammunition bag. These type of bags are intended to hold up to 11 rifle grenades or 28 handgrenades. The bag is clearly makers marked and dated 1945.
U.S. Army M1 Ammunition Bag -Unissued Condition A unissued example of a American Made M1 ammunition bag. These type of bags are intended to hold up to 11 rifle grenades or 28 handgrenades. The bag is clearly makers marked and dated 1944.
U.S. Army Publication Instruction Pamphlet On Sending and Receiving Mail - Mint A very unusual U.S. army publication named \"going places\". The publication is aimed at U.S. troops abroad and gives instruction on sending and receiving airmail at the front. The publication is printed on an old map which bears the handwriting \"dont mind this map, they just use these to print on\". A very nice and unusual item!
U.S. Army Signal Carrier Case - Unissued Condition U.S. army carrier case to hold signal satchells. The bag is in unissued condition and is refrained of any further dates or makers markings.
U.S. Army Torch TL122B - Nice Used Condition A standard issue U.S. army torch. This model TL122B is a later model and executed in plastic. These torches were particular favoured by (British) Airborne troops. In nice but slight used condition.
U.S. Army Womans M-1943 Field Jacket - Mint Condition A great example of a U.S. Army Womans M-43 field jacket. The jacket is in mint i.e. unissued condition. The jacket bears a mint label, sized 12R and dated 19th september 1944.
U.S. Army Womans M-43 OD Trousers - Stone Mint An absolute stone mint and unissued pair of U.S. Army womans M-43 OD trousers. The trousers even have their original factory label staples onto the legs of the trousers. The trousers are clearly labelled, sized 10R and dated 19th January 1945.
U.S. Army Woolen Jeep Cap i.e. Beanie Hat - Nice Used Condition This is an Original example of an U.S. Army Woolen Jeep Cap i.e. Beanie Hat. As the cap is being executed in wool there is some fair damage to the cap as can be seen on the picture and expected from a cap this age. A nice and increasingly hard to find item that can be upgraded.
U.S. Army WW II Red Cross Armband French Re-issued - Unissued Condition In unissued and mint condition this U.S. Army WW II issued Red Cross armband. The armband has been re-issued to French forces.
U.S. Army/Airforce Officer Crusher Cap - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice yet clear used condition example of an U.S. Army/Airforce Officers Crusher Cap. The cap has clear traces of wear but retains a truly nice patina. The cap has no damages or moth holes and is fitted with Original size label. The cap meassures a size 6 7/8 and is still fitted with Original size label. The interior of the cap is in equal nice used condition. A truly nice U.S. Officers Crusher Cap.
U.S. B4 i.e. Mae West Life Preserver 1945 - Nice Used Condition This item compromises an U.S. B4 or so called Mae West Life preserver. The life preserver is IMO in overall nice used condition. The adjusters on the bottom and side of the life jacket are all working and in place althoughg clearly worn. The jacket has all its originals tubes and straps. And is clearly dated January 1945. A very nice Mae West Life Preserver, that however can be upgraded.
U.S. Basic Field Manual Soldiers Handbook - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition. This basic field manual the soldiers handbook. The book compromises 263 pages of general knowledge and information in regards to the general kit. The book has been uses although no apperent damages.
U.S. Brass Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition One of many variation of brass whistles. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original chain. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. British Made M1 Ammunition Bag And Carrying Strap 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this U.S. British Made M1 Ammunition Bag And Carrying Strap. Both bag and strap are dated and British Made yet not matching. The strap is makers marked MeCo and 1943 where as the bag is 1944 dated and makers marked A.W. & D Lts. Both bag and strap are in nice used condition.
U.S. British Made M1912 Magazine Pocket - Mint Condition A British Made U.S. M-1912 magazine pouch. The pouch is clearly makers marked M.W.&S and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Canvas Water Bucket 1944 Dated - Mint i.e. Unissued Condition An unissued and mint condition U.S. Canvas water bucket. the bucket is clearly makers marked Victory Canvas Co. and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Cardboard Tube For M14 Incendiary Handgrenade 1943 - Near Mint Condition A very nice tube executed from cardboard in order to carry the U.S. M14 Incendiary Handgrenade. Specially requested by Army and Corps of Engineers, for possible destruction of enemy material or own usable equipment in danger of being captured . Introduced in 1943, the grenade contains an incendiary. The tube is IMO in near mint condition, bearing its orginal labels and being clearly 1943 dated.
U.S. Carrying Bag For Training Gasmask - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this carrying bag intended to hold the training gasmask. The bag is complete with Original carrying strap. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Carrying Case For 45CAL Submachine Gun Clips - Mint Condition IMO new old stock and mint condition, tis carrying case intended to hold clips for 45CAL Submachine Gun such as the Thompson or Grease Gun. The pouch is executed in a waxed like material and fitted with Original carrying sling. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Chesterfield Cigarettes - Unissued An unissued packet of chesterfield cigarettes. This packaging varies from the common commercial packaging. In unissued condition bearing all its contents.
U.S. Colonel Collar Tabs Makers Marked S Meyer Inc - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used nearing to mint condition this pair of U.S. Collar Tabs to a Colonel. The Tabs are clearly makers marked S Meyer Inc New York.
U.S. Corps of Signals Ariel Carrier For Vehicles - Unissued An unissued carrier intended to hold ariels. This particular bag would have been used to cover ariels on all US vehicles. In mint and unissued condition.
U.S. Earphones For U.S. Tank Crew Helmet - Nice Used Condition A nice although used pair of earphones R14 to be fitted in the U.S. Tank Crew i.e. Crash helmet. These earphones are often missing from the helmets and rarely found these days. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Entrenching Tool Cover 1944 Dated - Stone Mint Condition This is an U.S. Army Entrenching Tool Cover. IMO in Stone Mint Condition clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Extreme Cold Wool Felt Face Mask- Nice Used Condition This is an U.S. Extreme cold Wool Felt Face Mask. Executed in wool felt. Elastic webbing holds the mask on the head. The mask is in IMO nice used condition with clear moth damage. Can be upgraded.
U.S. First Pattern Winter Combat i.e. Tanker Trousers - Unissued Condition This a First pattern pair of winter combat trousers often refered to as tanker trousers as they were favoured by tank crew. The trousers are in unissued i.e. mint condition, with all zips in full working order. There appear to be no label in the trousers not does it appear to have been fitted period. We have rarely come across these trousers in such a excellent condition! Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Flanel Special Coat Style Shirt Badged - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this Flanel Special Coat Style Shirt (stock No. 55-S-5652-2/55-S-5668-7). This particular compromises a nice used example badged to a 4th Grade Technician. The shirt is fitted with Original size label, compromising 16/33. There appear to no further labels or markings present. The shirt has no apparent damages or traces of excessive wear is in nice used condition (near mint). Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Identification Plate i.e. Dog Tag Stainless Steel Necklace - Unissued Condition We managed to found a small lot of unissued and IMO stone mint condition U.S. Identification Plate i.e. Dog Tag Stainless Steel Necklaces. The necklaces are individualy packed in a small paper enveloppe with instructions for use being print on the enveloppe. The enveloppes are dated 1945. The listed price is for one enveloppe with necklace only! Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Insert Trigger Finger Mittens Wit Stock Label - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition this pair of woolen trigger finger mittens. These mittons would have been worn inside the shell mittens. The mittens are fitted with Original stock label. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Leather Palm Wool Gloves - Unissued Condition This is an issued pair of U.S. Leather Palm Wool Gloves. Although in unissued condition, the gloves are IMO best to be described as near mint. Due to years of storage the leather on one of the palms is somewhat damaged. Furthermore unissued and a nice pair.
U.S. Life Preserver Belt - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a U.S. Life Presever Belt. This type varies slightly from the M1926 model by being wider. Like the M1926 belt this belt is clearly USN marked and was issued to all army personell on landing crafts and amphibious vehicles. It could quickly be inflated by two CO2 cylinders. As described in nice used condition with some Obvious trace of long term storage.
U.S. Luitenant Colonel Collar Tabs Makers Marked Stirling - Mint Condition A very nice set of U.S. Collar Tabs to a U.S. Luitenant Colonel. The tabs are clearly makers Sterling a well known producer of this type of badges.
U.S. M-1937 BAR Magazine Belt - Unissued Condition A canvas and webbing ammunition belt intended to carry magazines for the BAR automatic rifle. The belt is makers marked and in unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Carbine 30CAL OD Shade Carrying Case 1944 - Near Mint Condition This is a nice and IMO near mint example of an U.S. M1 Carbine Carrying Case. The carrying case in executed in OD shade material and is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The carrying case is fitted with Original and full working zip as well as Original carrying sling. Furthermore the case is clearly U.S. marked and appears to be marked with a ID and/or laundry number on the bottom part of the case. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1 Helmet Chin Straps - Unissued Condition We were Lucky enough to get our hands on five sets of Original U.S. M1 Helmet Chin Straps. All chin straps are in unissued condition. Please note that the price listed is for one set of chin straps only.
U.S. M1 Helmet With Firestone Liner - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this U.S. M1 Helmet. Compromising a front seam and Swivel bale type. The M1 helmet is fitted with Firestone Liner and is in equal nice used condition. There is a small red dot of paint on one side of the Helmet The M1 helmet and liner are still in the orginal paint and IMO is this helmet near mint conditition
U.S. M1 Helmet With Inland Liner - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this U.S. M1 Helmet. Compromising a front seam and Swivel bale type. The M1 helmet is fitted with an Inland Liner which is hard to come by which is in equal nice used condition. There is a small red dot of paint on one side of the Helmet The M1 helmet and liner are still in the orginal paint and IMO is this helmet near mint conditition
U.S. M1 Helmet With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this U.S. M1 Helmet. Compromising a front seam and fixed bale type. The M1 helmet is fitted with Westinghouse Liner and is in equal nice used condition. Other then Obvious traces of wear there appear to be no Obvious damages to helmet or liner.
U.S. M1 Medical Helmet With Firestone Liner - Nice Used Condition We do not come across these type of items very often. This is a very nice and full Original Medic Marked M1 Helmet. Often replicated this helmet has been applied with Medic i.e. Red Cross markings. The markings would have been applied by hand. The helmet compromises war period M1 swiffle bale and front seam helmet. The swiffle bale compromises a late war example with stainless steel bales. The liner compromises a Firestone liner and has a crack in on the front. Both helmet and liner are full Original and both have the same traces of wear with a very nice patina! The helmet is in clear nice used condition.
U.S. M1 Waterproofing Kit For Gas Mask And Contents - Mint A very nice canvas case for M1 Gasmask. The cover is in absolute unissued condition. The cover is complete with its original waterproofing tape (2 packs). The pack is marked with U.S. army patents and contractors numbers. A very nice and absolute mint condition item.
U.S. M15 Rifle Grenade Sight - Unissued A great example of a U.S. M15 Rifle Grenade Sight. Shown here with its canvas cover, complete with intruction/range tables sheet and with the sight still in its original grease paper. The sight was constructed to the left side of the stock and consists of a screwed on mountin plate and moveable sight. A fantastic item, impossible to find an upgrade!
U.S. M1907 Leather Carrying Sling - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of a U.S. M1907 Leather Carrying Sling. The sling appears in unissued condition but has some clear traces of storage and unfortanetely one piece of leather missing as can be seen on the pictures. The leather however is in good condition, well greased and flexible perfect to be fitted on a rifle. This type of sling is typically fitted on the Garand Rifle however can also be fitted on other rifles such as the Springfield Rifle.
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Mounted Canteen Cover 1943 Dated - Mint Condition This is an unissued and IMO stone mint M1910 Canteen Cover. Clearly 1943 dated and makers marked. The cover is fitted with Original 1944 dated Canteen Cup And 1943 dated canteen. Both canteend and up appear to be in mint condition. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 Canteen And Mounted Canteen Cover 1943 Dated - Mint Condition This is an unissued and IMO stone mint M1910 Mounted Canteen Cover. Clearly 1943 dated and makers marked. The cover is fitted with Original 1943 dated Canteen Cup And 1942 dated canteen. Both canteend and up appear to be in mint condition. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 Canteen Cover 1944 Dated With Canteen And Canteen Cup - Nice Used Condition IMO best to be described as nice used condition this M1910 canteen cover, canteen and cup. The cover is clearly 1944 dated and makers marked Bakker-Lockwood. The cover is fitted with original 1943 dated canteen and undated cup. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1910 Canteen Cover And Canteen 1945 - Nice Used Condition In clear nice used condition this U.S. M1910 Canteen Cover and canteen. The cover is clearly makers marked Jeff QMD and 1945 dated. The canteen cup is clearly 1943 dated where as the canteen is 1945 dated. In nice used i.e. near mint condition
U.S. M1910 Canteen With British Made Cover 1944 Dated - Stone Mint Condition This is an absolute stunning and IMO stone mint example of an U.S. M1910 Canteen,cup And Britsh made Cover. The canteen cover is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated and in stone mint condition. Canteen and cup are both dated 1944 and are IMO best to be described as in used condition. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 First Aid Packet 1918 Dated - Nice Used Condition A nice U.S. M1910 First Aid Packet. Clearly maketrs marked and 1918. In nice used condition.
U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock 1944 And Carrying Case 1943 - Nice Unissued Condition A nice example of an U.S. M1910 Pick-Mattock. The pick can be dismantled in two parts when carrierd. The blade of the pick is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The pick comes in Original canvas carrying case which is equaly nicely makers marked and 1943 dated. In nice unissued condition, hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1910 T Shovel With British Made Cover - Nice Used Condition In nice yet clearly used condition, this example of an U.S. M1910 T Shovel. The shovel is fitted with original and very rare British Made cover executed in the distinct British Webbing material. The cover appears to be makers marked and dated yet hard to read, the 1944 date is just readible. The cover is in mint condition. The tool itself does not appear to be dated or makers marked.
U.S. M1912 Pistol Magazine Pouch British Made - Unissued Condition A British Made M1912 Pistol Magazine pouch. The pouch is clearly dated 1944 and makers marked. In absolute mint and unissued condition.
U.S. M1912 Type Ammunition Pouch British Made 1944 - Mint Condition In mint i.e. unissued condition this U.S. M1912 type ammunition pouch executed in British Webbing material and clearly marked British made. The pouch compromises a 1944 dated example intended to hold .45 cal rounds. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1916 45CAL Leather Pistol Holster 1945 Dated - Unissued Condition This is very nice IMO unissued example of a U.S. M1916 leather pistol holster intended to hold a caliber 45 pistol. The holster is clearly makers marked Boyt and 1945 dated. Furthermore fitted with Original leather lace. In IMO unissued condition, hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1916 Leather Pistol Holster 1942 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint example of an U.S. M1916 Pistol Holster. Executed in brown leather and clearly 1942 dated and makers marked Milwaulke Saddlery Co. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1916 Leather Pistol Holster 1945 Dated - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and IMO nice used example of an U.S. M1916 Pistol Holster. Executed in brown leather and clearly 1945 dated and makers marked Milwaulke Saddlery Co.
U.S. M1917 Pistol Lanyard For 45CAL Pistol - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO absolute mint condition this U.S. M1917 Pistol Lanyard. The lanyard is intended to be fitted on the 45CAL pistols such as a Colt. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1917 Pistol Lanyard For 45CAL Pistol - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO absolute mint condition this U.S. M1917 Pistol Lanyard. The lanyard is intended to be fitted on the 45CAL pistols such as a Colt. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1918 Magazine Pocket - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint Condition An U.S. M-1918 late WW1 variation magazine pocket. The pouch is in unissued and IMO stone mint condition. Furthermore the pouch is clearly dated 1918 and makers marked P.B. & Co. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1918 Magazine Pocket - Unissued Condition i.e. Stone Mint Condition An unissued and IMO stone mint example of an U.S. M-1918 late WW1 variation magazine pocket. The pouch is clearly dated 1918 and makers marked P.B. & Co. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued condition and mint example of a U.S. M1923 Double Magazine Pocket. Executed in webbing material and fitted with a single lift the dot fastner. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated on the rear. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Double Pocket Ammunition Pouch 1942 Dated - Mint Condition In mint i.e. unissued condition this M1923 Double Pocket Ammunition pouch intended to hold .45cal rounds. The pouch is makers marked and 1942 dated although pictured very hard to read. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1923 Garand Belt 1941 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very neat example of an U.S. M1923 Garand belt. The belt appears in overall good condition although clearly being used. The belt is makers marked and 1941 dated.
U.S. M1923 Garand Belt 1943 Dated - Stone Mint Condition This is an IMO Stone Mint Example of an U.S. M1923 Garand Belt. The belt is clearly makers marked A.M. Co. and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1923 Garand M1 Cartridge Belt 1943 - Mint Conditon This is a very nice and IMO mint example of an U.S, M1923 M1 Garand Cartridge Belt. The belt is clearly 1943 dated and appears to be in unissued condition. The metal of the press studs have some minor scratchings withholding the belt from being stone mint. Very hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1923 OD Shade Garand Belt - Nice Used Condition An very nice U.S. M1923 Garand Belt. This belt is executed in OD shade indicating its late war production. The belt is makers marked and 1943 dated. All press studs appear to be in working order. In nice used condition.
U.S. M1928 Backpack Or So-Called Doughboy Pack - Nice Used Condition A very nice example of an U.S. M1928 Backpack or so-called Doughboy Pack. The pack is nice used condition and clearly makers marked and dated 1941. The pack is in complete condition with all Original hooks and straps still being place. The pack comes with Original and 1942 dated M1928 Pack Extension. The extension is in equal nice used condition and complete with all Original straps.
U.S. M1928 Haversack 1942 Dated - Unissued i.e. Mint Condition Standard U.s. M1928 Haversack. These haversakcs were executed in various models. This particular model has the main compartment closed by a lower flap and horizontal straps. The haversack normally contained 6 C-Rations cans and the toilet set. The raincoat was then folded under the flap. This particular haversack compromises a 1942 dated example. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag 1942 Dated - Near Mint Condition A nice and IMO near mint example of an U.S. M1936 musset bag. The musset bag is clearly 1942 dated and makers marked Atlantic Products Corp. It will comes with a nice dated carring strap
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag 1943 Carrying Strap - Near Mint Condition This is an IMO near mint i.e. nice used condition U.S. M1936 Musset Bag with Original carrying strap. The bag is in very nice condition with some trace of use. The bag is makers marked and 1943 dated clearly visible yet somewhat faded. Can be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag British Made 1943 And British Made Carrying Strap - Unissued Condition This is an unissued example of a British Made U.S. M1936 Musset Bag. The bag is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated as well as being marked British Made. The Original carrying strap is equal British Made marked and 1944 dated. Although unissued the bag has some clear traces of age and storage as can be seen on the picture. Yet hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M1936 Musset Bag British Made 1944 - Used Condition An U.S. M1936 Musset Bag. This bag compromises a British Made example. The back is clearly dated 1944 and British Made marked. The bag is in clear used condition however priced accordingly.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this U.S. M1910 pistol belt. The belt is clearly U.S. marked but does not appear to have any date or makers markings, not unusual for this type of equipment. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1936 Pistol Belt Makers Marked Yale 1943 - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this U.S. M1936 pistol belt. The belt is clearly U.S. marked and is makers marked Yale. The belt is clearly dated 1943. In unissued condition, cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1936 Rubberized Musset Bag 1942 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is an IMO near mint i.e. nice used condition U.S. M1936 Rubberized Bag. The bag is in very nice condition with some trace of use. The bag is makers marked and 1942 dated. The makers mark is slight faded but still clearly visible.It will comes with a nice dated carring strap
U.S. M1936 Suspenders Dated And Marked With Laundry Number - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO mint exampe of a pair U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are marked with a very clear laundry number. The date and makers mark are still clearly visible yet somehwat blurred and a date is very hard to read. A very nice and hard to upgrade pair of M1936 Suspenders.
U.S. M1936 Suspenders 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition A very nice and IMO nice used example of a U.S. M1936 Suspenders. The suspenders are clearly dated and have some light trace of wear and storage.
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt - Mint i.e. Unissued Condition An U.S. M1937 BAR Automatic Rifle Cartridge Belt. The belt is in unissued i.e. mint condition. All studs and hooks are in untouched condition. The belt appears to be makers marked B<. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt - Nice Used Condition An U.S. M1937 BAR Automatic Rifle Cartridge Belt.The belt is nice yet used condition with some corroded yet fully working press studs. The belt is clearly makers marked and 1942. Can be upgraded.
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt - Used Condition An U.S. M1937 BAR Automatic Rifle Cartridge Belt. The belt is clear used condition with, some minor staines are visible on front of the belt. Some of the studds on the belt appear to be coroded due to years of storage. Increasingly hard to find but can be upgraded.
U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt 1942 - Mint Condition A very nice and stunning U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge belt. The belt is clearly makers marked Boyt and 1942 dated on both sides i.e. fully matching. The belt is complete with all press studs, hooks and clips in place and free of any damages. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1938 Canvas Map Case In OD Shade 1943 - Nice Used Condition A nice U.S. M1938 Map Case and carrying strap. The map case is Kadin makers marked and 1943 dated. The case comes with its original inner case. Both map case, inner case and carrying strap are in nice used condition.
U.S. M1938 Gaiters 1941 Sized 3R - Mint Condition An IMO mint condition pair of U.S. M1938 Gaiters. Te gaiters are fitted with Original laces. Both gaiters are clearly 1941 dated and sized 3R. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1938 Gaiters 1942 Sized 3R - Mint Condition An IMO mint condition pair of U.S. M1938 Gaiters. Te gaiters are fitted with Original laces. Both gaiters are clearly 1942 dated and sized 3R. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1938 Gaiters 1944 Sized 1R - Used Condition A clear used yet nice pair of U.S. M1938 Gaiters. The gaiters compromise a size 1R, rarely seen these days (most found are larger unissued 3R). The gaiters are complete with original laces and are dated 1944.
U.S. M1938 Map Case - In Nice Used Condition This U.S. M1938 Map Case appears to be in very nice although clearly used condition. The case is complete fitted with inner mapcase and platic like clipboard. The mapcase is makers marked and 1942 dated. What makes this item unique are the three identical laundry numbers on the mapcase, strap and inner mapcase suggesting it has all been used by the same soldie.
U.S. M1938 Mapcase 1940 Dated With Carrying Sling - Stone Mint In absolute stone mint condition this U.S. M1938 Mapcase. The mapcase is excluded its inner piece, yet complete with carrying sling. The mapcase is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked American Leather Products corp.
U.S. M1938 Wire Cutters 1943 Dated And Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition A nice and IMO nice used example of U.S. M1938 Wire Cutters. Clearly 1943 dated and USMC marked. The cutters come with Original carrying case which is unissued and still fitted with Original stock label. Somehwat stained due to years of storage.
U.S. M1941 Field Jacket Second Pattern Named - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used condition M1941 Field Jacket. The jacket compromises a 2ND pattern. The differences from the 1st pattern due to the added shoulder loops and deleted pocket flaps. The jacket appears to be named and army laundry numbers appear visible in the tunic. The label is still present, yet very much washed out. The size is bearely visible but appears to be a size 34R. The jacket is fitted with an Original and full working zip. As described in nice used condition with clear traces of wear, yet with a very nice patina.
U.S. M1942 Bayonet And M3 Scabbard - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice yet in used condition U.S. M1942 Bayonet. This bayonet could be fitted on the M1 Rifle. The M1942 differs from its presuccesor (the M1905 bayonet) due to its larger pommel, plastic serrated grips and parkerized finish. The blade is clearly marked and 1942 dated. The M3 scabbard is executed in Olive Drab shade. The throat is is in chemically blackended metal and features the usual double hook. A very nice item, hard to be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlise Dressing Executed in OD Shade - Unissued Condition An unissued example of a U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlise Dressing. The pouch which is executed in dark green OD shade is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The pouch comes with original and unissued carlisle dressing. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlisle Dressing British Made - Mint Condition In nice i.e. mint condition this M1942 First Aid Pouch and contents consisiting of the standard Carlisle Dressing in tin. The pouch is dated 1945 and clealry British Made marked and makers marked Finnigans. The pouch is executed in the distinct British webbing material.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch And Carlisle Dressing British Made - Mint Condition In nice i.e. mint condition this M1942 First Aid Pouch and contents consisiting of the standard Carlisle Dressing in tin. The pouch is dated 1944 and clealry British Made marked. The pouch is executed in the distinct British webbing material.
U.S. M1942 First Aid Pouch With Contents 1942 Dated - Mint Condition Very nice and IMO in unisued i.e. mint condition M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly makes marked Cadilac Fabrics and 1942 dated. The contents are in equal mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1942 Paratrooper Jump Suit (Jacket And Trousers) - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and highly desireable U.S. Airborne Jump Suit. The suit compromises of a Jump Jacket and Trousers. Both are minimally worn and in IMO absolute mint condition. The jacket compromises an early model with brass press studs and metal airing holes in the armpits. The jacket has some minimal trace of wear mainly in the color. The jacket is fitted with an Original label yet the label is washed out. The jacket is probably a size 38. Furthermore the Original zip is in full working order. The trousers are in equal mint condition. There are some very minor staines visible and can also be described as minimally used. The orginal label is still present. The trousers appear not sized but are approx a size 32. The M1942 Jump Suit was issued to U.S. Airborne Troops and became famous due to the use of by The 82ND and 101ST U.S. Airborne Division. They became well known due the action it saw during D-Day June 1944 and Market Garden September 1944 and various other battles within the European Theatre of Operations.
U.S. M1942 Paratrooper Jump Suit (Jacket And Trousers) - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice used and maching set a U.S. Airborne Jump Suit. The suit compromises of a Jump Jacket and Trousers. Both are nice used The jacket compromises an later model with sink press studs and has stitched holes in the armpits 1942-43. The jacket has some trace of wear The jacket is fitted with without label what is normal for the later jackets. The jacket is probably a size 38. Furthermore the Original zips are in full working order and fitted with the orginal belt. The trousers are in equal nice used condition. There are some r staines visible and can also be described as used. The orginal label is still present. The trousers appear not sized but are approx a size 32-30. The M1942 Jump Suit was issued to U.S. Airborne Troops and became famous due to the use of by The 82ND and 101ST U.S. Airborne Division. They became well known due the action it saw during D-Day June 1944 and Market Garden September 1944 and various other battles within the European Theatre of Operations.A very nice set for a reasonable price
U.S. M1943 Field Hood - Unissued Condition U.S. M1943 Field Hood to be attached to the M1943 field jacket. The hood is in unissued i.e. mint condition dated april 1945.
U.S. M1943 Field Jacket 1944 Dated - Nice Used Condition An IMO best to be described nice used U.S. M1943 Field Jacket. The jacket has some very minor staines and clear traces of wear. Yet the jacket does not appear to be damaged. The jacket is fitted with Original and very crisp label. Measuring a size 40R and being dated 1944. There are still traces of the printed instruction label visible in the liner below the collar. A size label in the collar is still present. A very nice used condition M1943 jacket!
U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool And Tan Tool Cover - Nice Used Condition This is a nice yet used condition U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool. The tool is in good condition and nicely dated on the blade 1944 aswell as being makers marked. The entrenching tool comes with Original cover executed in khaki and clearly 1943 dated.
U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool And Tan Tool Cover - Nice Used Condition This is a nice yet used condition U.S. M1943 Folding Entrenching Tool. The tool is in good condition and nicely dated on the blade 1944 aswell as being makers marked. The entrenching tool comes with Original cover executed in khaki and clearly 1943 dated.
U.S. M1943 Intrenching Tool 1944 Dated And Cover - Nice Used Condition In IMO nice used i.e. near mint condition this U.S M1943 Intrenching Tool. The tool is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The cover is nicely U.S. marked, as well as being makers marked and dated 1943. Hard to be upraded.
U.S. M1943 Trousers 1944 Dated - Mint Condition A fantastic pair of U.S. M1943 trousers. The trousers are in fantastic i.e. mint condition. The trousers are fitted with original and clear readible label, dated 1944 and measuring 34x34. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M1944 Polaroid Goggles In Original Box - Unissued Condition A very nice pair of U.S. M1944 Polaroid Goggles. These goggles would have been issued to most combat arms and personell such as drivers, armoured and motorized troops. This particular goggles come in their original box with spare glasses in an enveloppe bearing instructions for usage, The goggles are in unissued condition and in mint condition, the box however is somewhat damages as can be seen on the pictures.
U.S. M1A1 Gasmask And M6 Carrying Bag Complete - Mint Condition A very nice and complete U.S. M1A1 Gasmask. The gasmask is in very nice condition complete with filter, fixtures and fittings and dated 1942. The gasmask comes in its Original M6 carrying bag in the same mint condition as its contents. The Gasmask comes with Original care, maintenance and protective equipment as displayed on the pictures. Including Individual Protective Cover. The whole set is IMO best to be described as mint condition. A very complete and Original set!
U.S. M1A1 Gasmask And M6 Carrying Bag Complete - Near Mint Condition A very nice and complete U.S. M1A1 Gasmask. The gasmask is in very nice condition complete with filter, fixtures and fittings. The gasmask comes in its Original M6 carrying bag in the same near mint condition. The Gasmask comes with Original care, maintenance and protective equipment as displayed on the pictures. Including the M1 Eyeshield and Individual Protective Cover. A very complete and Original set!
U.S. M2 Ammunition Bag - Unissued U.S. M2 Ammunition Bag. Made out of canvas and issued to carriers of ammunition and weapens. The vest is clearly marked these items were not makers marked or dated. In unissued condition.
U.S. M2 Artillery Compass And Carrying Case - Mint Condition This is a great example of a M2 Artillery compass. The compass is in mint and unissued condition. The compass comes with its leather MI9 carrying case equally in mint condition.
U.S. M209 Converter Carrier Bag Named - Nice Used Condition A nice used condition Canvas Carrier Bag intended to hold the M-209 Converter. The bag is fitted with adjustable and removeable strap to enable the operator to use the converter in the field or on a moving vehicle. This particular bag is nicely named to a W.F. Sanker, his army number is also written on the bag. The bag does not appear to be dated not unusual with these type of bags.
U.S. M209 Converter Carrying Bag - Stone Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of a U.S. carrying bag intended to hold the M209 decoder and accesories. The bag is in IMO stone mint condition, complete with Original carrying strap and full working press studs. The bag is marked M209 yet not makers marked or dated as is usual for these type of carrying bags. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M2A2 Service Gasmask and Carrier - Unissued A mint and unissued example of the U.S. M2A2 Service Gasmask and original carrier. The gasmask is complete with all its fittings and packing coupon dated 1940. Gasmask and bag are fitted with various lot numbers and other markings but are not dated which is not uncommon for these gasmasks.
U.S. M3 (IMPIRIAL )Trench or Fighting Knive 3ND Model With M8 Scabbert-Nice Used Condition A Very Nice near mint U.S (airborne).Model M3 Trench/Figthing Knive The knive is clearly US M3 IMPIRIAL marked . The M3 Fighting Knife was manufactured between 1943 and 1944 by nine firms only including IMPIRIAL The knife was superseded in 1944 by the M4 bayonet. However this bayonet was not issued in the ETO and before VE Day. The Leather Handle is near mint although clear used and marked with the bomb on the eind of handle bar. The M8 Scabberd is marked US M8 B.M.Co. and is in equal nice used condition. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. M3 Leather Shoulder Holster Makers Marked Boyt - Nice Used Condition This is a clear used example of an U.S. M3 Leather Shoulder Holster. This type of holster is intended to fit the Colt 45 Caliber. These type of shoulder holsters were favourable with Tank, Armoured and Vehicle Crew but also with U.S. Airborne Troopers (i.e. 82ND and 101st Airborne). The holster is clearly makers marked Boyt and is fitted with Original leather carrying strap.
U.S. M4 Lightweight Service Gasmask And Carrier Bag - Unissued Condition In Original Box And Wrapping A truly amazing example of the U.S. M3 Lightweight Service Gasmask and Carrier Bag. Both are in unissued i.e. stone mint condition. The gasmask and its carrier bag are still wrapped in Original wrapping foil and packed in their Original cardboard box. The M4 gasmask is complete with Original filter and both filter and mask are clearly marked. The carrier bag is equally marked and fitted with Original carrier straps. A truly nice and stone mint example of an U.S. M4 Gasmask and Carrier that cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M42 First Aid Pouch With Contents - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly makes marked and appears to be dated yet is very hard to read. The contents are in equal mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M42 First Aid Pouch With Contents 1942 Dated - Mint Condition Very nice and in unisued condition M-1942 first aid pouch and contents. The pouch is clearly makes marked and 1942 dated. The contents are in equal mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is a U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag. The bag can IMO best be described as nice used condition. The bag is intended to carry 3 rockets stored in their tarred fiber containers. This bag is executed in Khaki shade canvas and fitted with Original carrying sling. The bag is fitted with Original and full working press studs and appears to be clearly makers marked and 1944 dated.
U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag 1944 - Nice Used Condition This is a U.S. M6 Rocket Carrying Bag i.e. Bazooka Bag. The bag can IMO best be described as nice used condition. The bag is intended to carry 3 rockets stored in their tarred fiber containers. This bag is executed in OD shade canvas and fitted with Original carrying sling. The bag is fitted with Original and full working press studs and appears to be clearly makers marked and 1944 dated.
U.S. Manual TM 9-1575 Wrist Watches Pocket Watches - Nice Used Condition In used although nice condition is this manual TM 9-1575. The manual handles about Wrist Watches, Pocket Watches, Stop Watches and clocks. The manual compromises the april 1945 edition yet is dated 1947 (print date). The manual is complete and free of any apparent dames (some turns in on some papers).
U.S. Marine Corps Suspenders - Unissued Condition Increasingly hard to come by in such mint i.e. unissued condition. This pair of USMC suspenders executed in canvas. The set compromises two nicely matching suspenders. None of the suspenders appear to dated or makers marked not uncommon for these type of suspenders.
U.S. Marked Plastic Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army marked plastic whistle. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original cord. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. Marked Plastic Whistle And Chain - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Army marked plastic whistle. The whistle is nicely marked and fitted with Original chain. Whistles would have been used by MPs and leaders of small units. In nice used condition.
U.S. Medical Department Porcelain Plates - Mint Condition We managed to find ten identical and in equal mint condition Porcelain plates. All plates are marked with the U.S. Medical Department Logo. The plates are in mint condition, with no chips, cracks or other damages. Please note: the listed price for one plate only!
U.S. Medical Set Complete With Suspenders And Straps - Near Mint Condition This is a truly nice and increasingly hard to find U.S. Medic Set. The set is IMO overall best to be described as near mint condition. The set compromises a webbing suspender (i.e. yoke) . Two nice used cantle ring straps to connect the medic bags across the waist. Two OD shade pouches worn with the suspenders and filled with various medical supplies such as bandages, safety pins, scissors etc. Two litter straps that could be used to support the weight of a litter or to carry a medical pouch. A truly nice and very complete set hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Mountain Troop Rucksack - Near Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of an IMO near mint condition U.S. Mountain Troop Rucksac. These type of rucksacks were intended to carry the main load of the mountain soldier, including cooking equipment, rations, sleeping bag, tent and extra clothing. The rucksack is mounted on original carrier frame which the frame also served to hold the loaded frame somewhat away from the back so that the pack was ventilated and excessive sweating did not take place. The lower frame curved around the back, projecting forward in the lower part of the frame, curved toward the front of the body just above the hips and kept the rucksack, with its load, from swinging sideways and destroying balance during rapid movements. Two of the frames, when detached from their sacks, could be attached to skis to form an emergency sled. The rucksack appears to be in near mint condition with minor traces of wear. The rucksack is makers marked Lichteberger-Ferguson and dated 1943. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Mountaineer i.e. Winter Cap - Mint i.e. Unissued Condition This U.S. mountaineer i.e. winter cap appears to be in mint i.e. unissued condition. These caps compromise a world war one patttern and would have been issued untill 1943 after being replaced by the Pile Field Cap. There appears to be no label or further markings not unusual for these type of cap. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Navy First Pattern PAL37 K BAR Fighting Knife And Leather Scabbard - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of an First pattern U.S. Navy PAL37 K BAR Fighting Knife and Original leather scabbard. The knife is IMO best to be described as nice used condition. Although clearly used the K BAR Fightin Knife retains a very nice patina. The knife is clearly marked U.S. Navy aswell as PAL37. The knife comes with Original leather scabbard which is in equal nice condition.
U.S. Navy MK2 K Bar Fighting Knife Camillus Marked - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice and in IMO nice used condition U.S. Navy MK2 K Bar Fighting Knife and scabbard. The knife is in clear used condition and clearly marked U.S.N. aswell as makers marked Camillus.and MK2 The Scabbard is equally makers marked (on the rear) and U.S.N. marked on the front. This is a truly nice MK2 K Bar in Original scabbard, hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Navy Used Blood Recipent And Donor Transfusion Kit - Unissued A truly rare item. This U.S. NavyMedical blood transfusion kit. The kit compromises a kit for the recipent and a separate kit for the donor. These were known to have been used during D-Day. Still in original wrapper and bearing its contents. Very hard to find!
U.S. Non Combat Gasmask And Carrying Case - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and unissued example of a non combat gasmask and carrying case. The carrying case is clearly marked and 1942 dated. The carrying case is marked to be fitted with a gasmask for a Medium Adult and fitted with Originalcarrying sling. The gasmask is equally sized Medium Adult. The gasmask filter has a small dent although is in unissued condition.
U.S. OD Shade Cal 30 Cartridge Pouch - Mint Condition In absolute mint condition this OD shade i.e. late war cartridge pouch for Cal 30 cartridges. The pouch is nicely makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Officers Woolen Shirt Badged - Near Mint Condition A very nice U.S. woolen shirt. The shirt is originally badged to a Technical Officer. The shirt is fitted with a size label and sized 16 1/2, the other label bearing makers mark and dated unfortunately is washed out but still fitted. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Officers Woolen Shirt Badged 10TH Armoured Division With Label - Mint Condition A very nice U.S. woolen shirt. The shirt is originally badged to a Technical Sergeant of the 10TH Armoured Division. The shirt is fitted with a size label and sized 15 3/4 and a clear Quartermaster label. The shirt is dated 1943. A very nice and IMO mint condition U.S. Woolen Shirt.
U.S. Officers Woolen Shirt Badged 11TH Airborne With Oval - Near Mint Condition An IMO near mint U.S. woolen shirt. The shirt is badged with a 11TH Airborne Division Flash And oval. There appear no size markings or labels present on the shirt. There is a remain of a size label, yet this ha been cut out. A very nice shirt that can be upgraded,
U.S. Orange Airborne Assembly Lamp - Nice Used Condition In clear used yet very good condition is this orange assembly light. The light was used by U.S. Airborne troops. The lamp was automaticly turned on as the parachute would open. The light is complete with original lightbulps. There appears to be no other damages to the lamp.
U.S. Packboard Clasp And Instruction Pampflet 1944 Dated - Mint i.e. Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this clasp to be attached to the U.S. Packboard. The clasp is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated and comes with original comic style instruction pampflet. The pampflet is in equal unissued yet somewhat damaged as can be seen on the pictures. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Paratrooper Wrist Compass i.e. Taylor Compass - Nice Used Condition This is an example of an U.S. Paratrooper Wrist compass or so-called Taylor Compass. these compasses apart from worn on the wirst,where also worn over the sleeve, the shoulder loops, webbing, or at the ankle over the jump boots. Wrist compasses were used both by officers and enlisted men, unlike the lensatic compass, or marching compass, which was normally reserved for officers, NCO’s or men on a special mission. This particular compass is not liquid filled anymore but still fitted with original leather arm strap. The compass appears to be in working condition.
U.S. Paratrooper Wrist Compass i.e. Taylor Compass - Unissued Condition This is an example of an U.S. Paratrooper Wrist compass or so-called Taylor Compass. these compasses apart from worn on the wirst,where also worn over the sleeve, the shoulder loops, webbing, or at the ankle over the jump boots. Wrist compasses were used both by officers and enlisted men, unlike the lensatic compass, or marching compass, which was normally reserved for officers, NCO’s or men on a special mission. This particular compass is in unissued and stone mint condition Original complete with Original leather wrist strap.the metal buckle is missing on the end of the strap
U.S. Pistol Belt 1943 Dated Makers Marked NASCO - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition U.s. Pistol Belt. The belt is clearly makers marked NASCO and 1943 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Plastic First Aid Tin With Contents - Unissued Condition This U.S. First Aid box is executed in plastic. The most commonly found and similar looking tins are all executed in metal. It is not very often you come across a plastic first aid box. The box has been unopened and bearing all its Original contents.
U.S. Rifle Grenade Sight And Case 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this rifle grenanded sight still wrapped in grease paper along with instructions pampflet. The carrying case is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask - Unissued Condition A U.S. Rocket Launcher face mask in mint i.e. unissued condition. The mask is fitted in its Original cardboard box which is in equal mint condition. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition is this U.S. Rocket Launcher Face Mask. The mask is unissued and comes in its original carboard box which is well preserverd and in equal unissued condition. The face mask is unissued and clearly U.S. 1944 marked. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Rubber M7 Carring Bag For M5 Gasmask -unissued Condition IMO in unissued condition this Rubber M7 Carrying bag. The Rubber bag is intended to be used to hold the M5 assualt gasmask and used by all US Assault troops. The bag is IMO nice used condition . With no damages or missing fixtures or fitting and press studs in full working order The markings are still visible yet faded due to age. These type of gasmasks are known to been used during the D-Day invasion in June 1944
U.S. Rubberized Waterproof Bag Type BG164 Intened To Carry Signal Equipment - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this U.S. Rubberized Waterproof Bag. There exists five different types all intended to carry Signal Equipment. This particular bag compromise type BG164. This type is of bag is known to have been used during the DDAy landings in June 1944.The bag is in nice used condition, clearly marked and fitted with all Original straps and hooks. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Shaving Brush - Cream And Beard Softener - Unissued Condition In unissued condition and in all Original packaging this set of three U.S. shaving items. The items compromise a Rubberset Shaving Brush, Barbasol Beard Softener and a Mennen Shave Cream. The Mennen Shave cream packaging compromises a Armed Forces Only packaging. All items are in Original cardboard box and are unissued. The boxes do have some minor damages due to years of storage. Yet still hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Shaving Brush - Cream And Beard Softener - Unissued Condition In unissued condition and in all Original packaging this set of three U.S. shaving items. The items compromise a Rubberset Shaving Brush, Barbasol Beard Softener and a Mennen Shave Cream. The Mennen Shave cream packaging compromises a Armed Forces Only packaging. All items are in Original cardboard box and are unissued. The boxes do have some minor damages due to years of storage. Yet still hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Signal Corps Message Book - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO mint condition. This U.S. Signal Corps Message Books. These type of books would have been used for decyphering codes with the enigma decoder, as well as for sending message by for example a homing pigeon. The book is in excellent condition, bearing blanc message notes as well as a short list of abreviations used. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Ski Mountain Goggles - Mint Unissued Condition In incredible unissued condition; a nice pair of Ski-Mountain Goggles in their original wallet. The goggles have dark tinted glass to protect from the snow blindness. The goggles are makers marked on the leather holding both lenses.
U.S. Skyway Goggles - Unissued Condition A set of so-called Skyway Goggles. The lenses are single thickness plastic with individual moulded rubber eye surounds. Some obvious traces of wear as can be seen from the pictures. Although in unissued condition IMO best to be described as near mint. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. T30 Throat Microphone As Used By Tank Crew - Unissued Condition In Original Box In unissued condition and still in its Original box; this U.S. T-30 Throat Microphone. These types of Throat Microphones would have been used by for example U.S. Tank Crew. The microphone is still in its Original cardboard box, complete with all Original instruction manuals. The cardboard box however is very much damaged. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Tank Helmet Rawlings Size 7 1/8 - Unissued Condition An very nice U.S. Tank i.e. Crash Helmet. The helmet which is in nice unissued condition. The helmet has some minor damages due to years of storage yet can be IMO best described as near mint condition. The helmet is clearly makers marked Rawlings and sized 7 1/8. The helmet is not fitted with the earphones. In unissued condition with although not mint as can be seen on the pictures.
U.S. Tank Helmet Rawlings Size 7 Complete With Earphone Microphone And Polaroid Goggles - Mint Condition This is a truly nice example of an U.S. Tank Crew Helmet. This helmet comes with all atributes. The helmet is is mint condition and clearly makers marked Rawlings and sized 7. This is a unique opportunity to obtain a Tank Crew Helmet complete with all Original fixtures and fittings. These include the Original earphones, Polaroid Protective Goggles, and Microphone Set all Original period examples in equal mint condition. A truly nice lot that cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch 1944 - Mint Condition In mint condition this U.S. three pocket grenade pouch. The pouch is makers marked yet hard to read and clearly 1944 dated. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S. Three Pocket Grenade Pouch 1944 - Stone Mint Condition In stone mint condition is 1944 dated and Tweedie makers marked three pocket grenade pouch. The grenade pouch is complete with the lace to strap around the leg in order to keep the pouch stable. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Tin Of Tooth Powder Kolynos Brand - Unopened Condition Unopened and still bearing its Original contents this tin of U.S. Kolynos Brand tooth powder. The tin has some clear traces of carriage and storage as can be seen on the pictures.
U.S. Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun 1942 - Unissued In unissued condition this Tripod For Cal.30 Browning Machine Gun. The tripod is complete with "tnt" and parkerized pindle. The tripod is fitted with a metal tag featuring makers mark T.H.E. Ackin Stamping Company and 1942 date. The tripod is unissued and has never been clean up. A complete and text book tripod. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Trouser Suspenders 1943 Dated - Unissued Condition Recently we found an complete bundel of U.S. trousers suspenders complete with Quarter Master Tag, dated 1943. The suspenders are all in the same mint and unissued condition. Cannot be upgraded. Please note that the price is for 1 suspender only!
U.S. Trousers Suspenders With Metal Buckles For Airborne and Mountain Troops - Unissued Condition We were Lucky enough to find an unissued bundle of U.S. trousers suspenders complete with Original Quartermaster label dated 1942. Different variations were produced. Although used by all units this type with metal buckles was especially produced for Airborne and mountain troops. The suspenders are in unissued condition. The listed price is naturally for one pair of suspenders only!
U.S. Upper Reverse Service Shoes i.e. Rough Out Boots Size 6 1/2 1944- Near Mint Condition A truly nice and unissued pair of U.S. Upper Reverse Service Shoes i.e. Rough Out Boots Size 6 1/2. The shoes are near mint condition with unused Goodyear Soles. Both boots are 1944 dated yet in one pair better visible then the other. However it is obvious that this is a fully matching pair. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Variable Density Goggles In Tin - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this pair of U.S. Variable Density Goggles in their Original tin. The goggles are complete with red visor and spare visor in Original enveloppe. An instruction manual/pamphlet is clearly visible in the lid but is somewhat damaged. In nice used condition.
U.S. Wash Basin 1942 Dated - Unissued Condition In unissued condition this U.S. Wash Basin. The basin is unissued condition, and is cleary makers marked and 1942 dated. The listed price is for one Wash Basin, yet we did found five in one lot. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Windproof And Water Resistant Cloth Hood - Mint A U.S. Army wind and waterproof cloth hood, made out of poplin. This particular hood has its label removed although apears in mint and unissued condition. These type of hoods would have been worn over the wool-knit toque.
U.S. Womens Late War Herringbone Twill Trousers - Unissued i.e. Stone Mint Condition In unissued and IMO stone mint condition, this pair of U.S. Womens Herringbone Twill (HBT) trousers. These trousers compromise the late war pattern with squarish pocket flaps and executed in dark green color. The trousers are fitted with a clear and crisp label, measuring a size M and dating August 1944. Furthermore the trousers are still fitted with Original Quartermaster labels. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S. Womens M1943 Field Jacket - Near Mint Condition A stunning IMO near mint condition Womens M1943 Field Jacket. The jacket is executed in green cotton sateen. The jacket is not fitted with breast pockets, however decorative pocket flaps were retained. The jacket is fitted with a clear size label in the collar of the jacket aswell as in the pocket. The jacket compromises a size 12R and is 1944 dated. The jacket has two very minor staines on the front due to years of storage. Hard to be upgraded!
U.S. Womens M1943 Trouser i.e. Outer Cover Trousers - Unissued Condition This is a very nice and unissued pair of U.S. Womens M1943 i.e. Outer Cover trousers. The trousers are fitted with a size label 40R, but does not appear to have any other labels. Yet these trousers were only produced untill late 1944. There are no faults, or damages to be detected. Even the Original elastic bands are present on the trousers. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Wool Knit Cap Or So Called Beany Hat - Mint Condition An U.S. Wool Knit Cap also known as beany hat. This cap appears to be in either unissued or only minimaly used condition. The label marked sized M is still present and clearly visible. Often degraded by moth this is a very nice and IMO mint piece. Cannot be upgraded.
U.S. Wool Knit Cap Or So Called Beany Hat - Nice Used Condition An U.S. Wool Knit Cap also known as beany hat. This cap appears in used although nice condition. Unfortunately the label has been washed out but is still fitted. Often degraded by moth this is a very nice piece.
U.S.Field Artic Jacket Size 36R - Nice Used Condition Increasingly hard to find these days, this U.S. Artic Field Jacket. This particular jacket appears to be in very nice IMO clear used condition. The jacket is fitted with a size label 36R but furthermore bears no labels or markings. The jacket is has no apparent damages or traces of extensive wear. The Original zipp compromises a Talon Brand zipp and is in full working order.
U.S.M.C. K BAR Fighting Knife Camillus Makers Marked With Leather Scabbard - Nice Condition This is very nice and scarce K BAR Fighting Knife. This K BAR fighting knife is identical to the U.S. Navy PAL37 Fighting knife. Yet clearly marked U.S.M.C. being specificly produced for the U.S. Marine Corps. Furthermore the knife is clearly makers marked Camillus N.Y. and fitted with Original leather scabbard. The scabbard appears to be named to a Ralph Berns. A truly nice and highyl sought after item!
U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho 1942 - Incredible Stone Mint i.e. Unissued Condition This is an absolute stunning example of a 1942 dated U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho. We have never ever encountered an example in such prestine condition. The poncho has never been unfolded hence we did not do this either. his appears to be the 2nd model poncho which was the most popular pattern of camouflage poncho used in World War Two by the USMC. It has press studs on eyelets around the edges. The poncho is clearly makers marked and 1942 dated. The poncho is unissued with no damages whatsoever and a very nice and deep color. An one off chance to obtain a such Stone mint poncho!
U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho 1943 - Stone Mint i.e. Unissued Condition This is an IMO Stone Mint and unissued example of an U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho. This appears to be the 2nd model poncho which was the most popular pattern of camouflage poncho used in World War Two by the USMC. It has press studs on eyelets around the edges. The poncho is clearly makers marked and 1943 dated. The poncho is unissued with no damages whatsoever and a very nice and deep color. Cannot be upgraded!
U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho 1944 - Unissued Condition This is an IMO unissued example of an U.S.M.C. Reversible Camoflage Poncho. This appears to be the 2nd model poncho which was the most popular pattern of camouflage poncho used in World War Two by the USMC. It has press studs on eyelets around the edges. The poncho is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. Althought the poncho is in unissued condition it has some Obvious traces due to years of storage and have come minor damages. The material is still flexible yet some what crispy due to long term storafe. Hard to be upgraded.
U.S.M.C. Thompson Three Pocket Magazine Pouch 1944 Dated - Unissued Condition In truly spectacular condition this USMC marked Three pocket pouch intended to hold magazines for the Thompson submachine gun. The pouch is clearly makers marked and dated 1944. In unissued condition that cannot be upgraded.
U.S.M36 Musset Bag 1945 Dated OD Green - Nice used Condition An U.S. Army M-1936 Field Bag or Mussetbag The bag Appers to be in Nice used Condition and is nice marked and dated 1945 and in OD Green Collor and This 1945 model has the Intrenching shovel Carrier fitting on the front of the bag
U.S.M42 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint example of a U.S. M1942 Cold Weather Jacket i.e. Tank Crew Jacket. The jacket does not bear its size label anymore yet compromises a nice size possibly large. The jacket is fitted with a full working Tallon zip and has some minor moth damage on mainly the colar. The other cloth parts of the jacket are in very nice and minty condition. A truly nice jacket that would be hard to upgrade.
U.S; Paratrooper Pathfinder Qualification Wing (British Made)- nice Condition This wing compromises a U.S. Paratrooper (British Made) Pathfinder Qualification Wing. Any paratrooper who completed the training was eligible to wear this patch, regardless of whether he ever made a combat jump AS a Pathfinder. The wing is in unissued condition, although has some damage in the embroidery as can be seen from the pictures. Can be upgraded.
Unissued U.S. Army Lightweight Gasmask - In Original Box A fantastic and unissued U.S. Army 1944 dated Lightweigh Gasmask. The gasmask in absolute mint and unissued condition. The set comes in its original wartime box. This gasmask compromises the M3-101A1-6 type. These gasmasks were to replace the Service Gasmask for frontline troops. These gasmasks were produced untill april 1944 and were made in black neoprene due to a shortage of rubber (late productions).
USMC 3 Pocket Thompson Magazine Pouch - Mint Condition A fantastic USMC marked 3 pocket Thompson Magazine Pouch. Clearly makers marked and dated 1944. In absolute mint i.e. unissued condition.
USMC 3 Pocket Thompson Magazine Pouch - Unissued Condition A very nice three pocket pouch intended to carry magazines for the Thompson Sub Machine Gun. The pouch is clearly 1944 dated and marked USMC. The pouch is in unissued condition with clear signs of age due storage although in near mint condition.
USMC. M1938 Wire Cutters 1945 Dated And Carrying Case - Unissued Condition This is a truly nice and unissued example of M1938 Wire Cutters and carrying case. The cutters are still partly wrapped in Original grease paper. They are clearly 1945 dated and USMC marked. The pouch is in equal unissued condition yet somewhat stained due to years of storage.
Very nice - and fully matching! - pair of later-war period, WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M44'-style, 'simplified', enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for - and worn by! - a: 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' - overall nice condition! This is a truly very nice - and actually carcely encountered! - fully matching pair of later-war period, WH (Heeres) so-called: 'M44'-style, 'simplified', enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as piped in the desirable bright-green- (ie. 'wiesengrüner'-) branchcolour, as intended for - and worn by! - a 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' (or simple soldier within one of the army rifle-regiments), in overall nice, albeit moderately used ie. worn- condition.
Very nice - and/or fully matching! - pair of WH (Luftwaffe), enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for a: 'Soldat eines Bau- o. Pioniere-Regiments' - overall very nice (ie. virtually mint-/unissued-) condition! A very nice and/or fully matching! pair of WH (Luftwaffe), enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as piped in the black- (ie. 'schwarzer'-) coloured branchcolour as intended for usage by a: 'Soldat eines Bau- o. Pioniere-Regiments' (or: simple enigineers soldier), in overall very nice and mint condition.
Very nice - IMO early-/ie. pre-war period - 'standard-type', black-coloured and/or copper-based WH compass (ie. 'Marschkompass') - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice example of an - IMO early-/ie. pre-war period and/or 'standard-type' - black-coloured and copper-based WH compass (or: 'Marschkompass'), which is marked on the top with the makers'-signification: MK' and that is individually numbered: '131109', in overall nice used condition.
Very nice Army WH ( Heer) greenish-/yellow coloured ('all webbing' fabricated) tropical belt,and originally fitted WH Heer Belt Buckle This is a truly very nice example of a army WH (. Heer) tropical belt, executed in greenish-/yellow coloured woven linnen. This is an equal nice example of a WH (Heer) field-grey coloured steel belt-buckle, that is originally fitted on this green-coloured webbing (ie. tropical) belt.
Very nice WH (Heer) Breat eagle, as executed in the neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern on a field-grey coloured background - very nice (ie. stonemint!) condition! A 'standard-type' WH (Heer) Breast eagle, as executed in the neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern on a field-grey coloured background, all pieces in a very nice (ie. stonemint!) condition
Very nice, later-war period, WH (Heeres) ie. army so-called: 'M44'-model, trapezoid-shaped, breasteagle, being a field-grey example executed in neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern - mint condition! Al ater-war period, WH (Heeres) ie. army so-called: 'M44'-model, trapezoid-shaped, breasteagles, being all field-grey examples as executed in neat 'BeVo'-weave pattern, all five pieces in a very nice (ie. stonemint-/unissued!) condition.
Very Rare British Green Enamel Mug - Nice Used Condition This is one of the rarer pieces of standard British equipment. The enamel mug issued to all British troops is nowadays very hard to find. This compromises the dark green enamel cup which is the distinct wartime issue. Post War the dark red enamel cup was issued which you do come across time to time. The cup is not dated which is not unusual for these wartime mugs. In overall nice used condition.
Very Rare British SOE Wire Cutters And Webbing Carrying Case - Nice Used Condition Very hard to find this piece of British SOE Equipment. This pair of wire cutters and webbing Carrying Case are IMO nice used condition. Both wire cutters and carrying case do not appear to be dated or makers marked, usual for SOE equipment. Furthermore the cutter is in full working order with no apparent damages. Hard to be upgraded.
Very Rare Set Of Light Tank Squadron Shoulder Titles - Mint Mint pair of embroided British Light Tank Squadron shoulder titles. In absolute mint condition! Cannot be upgraded!
Waffen SS And/Or WH (HEER) M44 Late War Wool Trousers Or So-Called Keilhosen - Near Mint Condition This is a very attractive and IMO near mint condition pair of Waffen SS and/or WH (HEER) M44 Wool Trousers i.e. Keilhosen. This type material is also known as Italian material. This type of trousers is also often refered to as Rundbundhosen. The trousers are executed with Two Side Pockets and One Rear Pocket, One Watch Pocket with Chain Loop, Side Waist Adjustment Belts, and Reinforced Seat and Belt Loops. The trousers are clearly marked with RBN number and measurements. The trousers measure a size 72-66, 105-100. Hard to be upgraded.
War Comes to the U.S. - Dec. 7,1941 - Official Document of the U.S. News Bureau This is a fantastic piece of history. This publication called "War Comes to the U.S. - Dec 7,1941 The First 30 Hours as reported to the Time-Life-Fortune News Bureau from the U.S. and abroad. The publication contains 222 pages of reports made to News Bureau Chief David Hulburd in New York. As mentioned on the first page some statements and names have been obliterated. This publication shows many reports about Pearl Harbour in particular in regards of damage, air strenght etc. A unique item in overall excellent condition, however the "back" of this book has been slighly damaged and repared with tape.
WH (HEER) Artillery Enlisted Men M43 Combat Jacket 1944 Dated - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO Mint condition example of a WH (HEER) Enlisted Men M43 Combat Jacket. The markings on the jacket have very much faded yet the 1944 date stamp and remains of size and RBN numbers are still visible on the liner. The jacket is originally badged with Breast Eagle, WH HEER Artillery shoulder boards and collar tabs. There appear to be no damages and only very minor trace of wear. A truly nice and highly deserible tunic with a great patina! Very hard to be be upgraded.
WH (Heer) 'Artillery' Officers Visor Cap (Schirmmütze) - Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint example of a WH (Heer) 'Artillery' Offiers Visor Cap (Schirmmütze). The cap is complete with it's original embroided eagle and embroided cocarde. The cap is in exceptional mint condition with no damages whatsoever. The caps interior measures approxametely 54cms. The interior is Reichspatent marked and in equal mint condition. A truly nice and mint Visor Cap hard to be upgrade!
WH (Heer) 'Pioniere' Officer's Visor Cap (Schirmmütze) - Mint Condition This is a very nice example of a WH (Heer) 'Pioniere' Officer's Visor Cap (Schirmmütze). Although enlisted personnel were issued their caps from government supplies they were also permitted to purchase privately tailored caps. This is a nice private purchased Officer's example. The interior is marked size 58 and is in equal mint condition. The cap is complete with it's original officer's type hand-embroiderd cocarde and embroided cap-eagle and and has a great so-called 'Sattelform' shape. A truly nice visor cap hard to be upgraded!
WH (HEER) Backpack - Nice Used Mint Condition A standard WH (HEER) back pack. The back pack is fitted with leather carrying straps apparently manufactured from the standard Y straps. The bag does not appaear to be marked or dated not unusual. In overall nice used condition.
WH (HEER) Belt And Belt Buckle Matching Tab And Buckle - Nice Used Condition This WH (HEER) Belt and Buckle are in very nice yet used condition. The belt buckle is makers marked R.S. & S and is fitted on its Original leather tab equaly makers marked R. Sierer & Sohne (R.S. &S) Ludescheid. The black leather belt appears to be shortended and meassures approxmately 100CM. A very nice WH belt and buckle!
WH (HEER) Belt Buckle And Tab On Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition In very nice yet clear used condition this WH (HEER belt buckle on leather tab and belt. The leather tab is 1936 dated and makers marked Gebr. Albert - Menden. The buckle itself does not appear to be makers marked. The black leather belt is in equal nice used condition and is measure marked 100. There appear to be no further markings on the belt.
WH (HEER) Black Bakelite Butterdish - Mint Condition In truly nice IMO mint condition this Black WH (HEER) Bakelite Butterdish. A Standard piece off personal equipment! Every German soldier did carry one in his breadbag, it would hold butter or "reusel" pig's grease. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Bread Bag i.e. Brott Beutel - Mint Condition This is a mint condition WH (HEER) Bread Bag i.e. Brott Beutel. The bag is clearly marked with RBN number. IMO the small staines on the bag stop this bag from being clasified as stone mint. Hard to be upgraded!
WH (Heer) Bread Bag M1931 Makers Marked And 1944 Dated - Near Mint Condition Wehrmacht Heer Bread Bag M1931 (Brotbeutel 31). Bread bags were widely utilized by all German military and non-military organizations, so various models and colors were produced. This particular example is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. IMO best to be described as near mint with damages to the small leather straps on the interior of the bag as can be seen from the pictures.
WH (HEER) Carbid Lamp In Distinct Tropical Shade - Very Complete And Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of a standard WH (HEER) Carbid Lamp. These type of lights would work on a combination of water and carbid. Executed in metal and distinct Original Tropical Shade. The light is in nice used condition with clear traces of use mainly on the exterior. Complete with the slides, pressure pin, and spring in the fuel compartment. The
WH (HEER) Combat Assualt i.e. A Frame Complete With Pouch And Mess Tin Strap - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a WH (HEER) Assualt Combat Frame i.e. A Frame. The frame is as described in nice but clear used condition, the makers mark is still visible yet to blurred to be read. Furthermore the frame is very complete with Original hooks and straps that are in the same nice used condition. The frame is fitted with Original pouch that was intended to carry K98 cleaning kit and personel items and was attached to the assault frame. The frame is also fitted with Original leather mess tin strap that is neatly makers marked and 1941 dated in equal nice used condition. A truly nice, complete and Original A Frame that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Esbit Cooker - Unissued Condition WH (HEER) Esbit Cooker. The cooker is in IMO near mint and unissued condition. These cookers would have been filled with a fuel block. /the cooker is clearly makers marked and hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle On Natural Coloured Leather Tab - 1941 Dated WH (HEER) belt buckle executed in field grey colour fitted on its Original natural coloured leather tab. The tab is dated 1941. The makers marking is not clearly visible. The buckle is in nice condition with almost 100% of the Original paint in place.
WH (HEER) Field Grey Belt Buckle On Natural Coloured Leather Tab - 1941 Dated WH (HEER) belt buckle executed in field grey colour fitted on its Original natural coloured leather tab. The tab is dated 1941. The makers marking is not clearly visible. The buckle is in nice condition with almost 100% of the Original paint in place.
WH (HEER) Field Grey Coloured Belt Buckle And Tab On Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of an IMO clearly nice used WH (HEER) Field Grey Coloured belt Buckle. The Buckle has clear trace of wear with some damages and wear to the original paint finish. However the buckle remain in a very attractive finish. The buckle is fitted on original dark brown leather tab, being makers marked Bruder Schneider AG and clearly 1940 dated. The buckle is fitted on a original and equal nice used black leather belt. The belt is marked as 105CM measure. A nice pair of belt and buckle that can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Field-grey-coloured- and steel-based belt-buckle - Near Mint Condition This is an attractive example of a typical 'standard-issued'-, WH (HEER) field-grey-coloured- and/or steel-based belt-buckle. The buckle does not appear to be makers marked. The buckle is IMO best to be described as near mint condition.
WH (HEER) Fuhrerschein Kraftfahrabteilung Straubing - Nice Used Condition Nice example of a WH (HEER) WH (HEER) Fuhrerschein to a Kraftfahrer i.e. Driver attached to Kraftfahrabteilung Straubing.1935 In overall nice used condition.
WH (HEER) Gaiters - Stone Mint Condition This is an excellent and IMO stone mint pair of WH (HEER) Gaiters. The gaiters do not appear to be marked. Yet both are fully matching and complete with Original leather straps and hooks. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (Heer) Infantry NCO Shoulder Boards Fully Matching - Used Condition A fully matching pair of WH (Heer) NCOs shoulderboards. the boards in used condition and have some clear repairs in the back of the tabs. Can be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M34 EM/NCO Overseas Cap i.e. Feldmutze M34 - Combat Used Recently purchased from a house clearance in France and never been in a collectors hands before! This WH (HEER) M34 EM/NCO Overseas Cap i.e. Feldmutze M34. The cap is a textbook example of a combat used side cap and IMO in nice used condition. The cap has Obvious traces of years of storage.and one small moth hole on the left site Furthermore the cap is originally badged with cap eagle and bullion. The cap is makers marked, B II dated 39 A truly nice WH (HEER) M34 Combat Used side cap.
WH (HEER) M35 Black Leather Mapcase BML 1943 - Near Mint Condition This is IMO a near mint condition example of a WH (HEER) M35 mapcase. The mapcase is executed in black leather and clearly makers marked BML and 1943 dated on the interior of the coverflap. The mapcase is fitted with original leather attachment straps on the rear and even the small leather lace for the gum pocket which often displaced. The mapcase appears to be unissued yet has some traces of inadequate storage of the years. In overall the mapcase is in truly nice and near mint condition, hard to be upgraded!
WH (HEER) M35 Stahl Helm Period Overpainted i.e. Re-issued - Nice Used Condition A Wehrmacht (Heer) Re-issued M35 Combat Helmet (Stahlhelm M35). The stamped sheet steel construction M35 helmet retains almost all of its rough dark-green paint, overpainted over the original paint indicating that this helmet has been reissued. The heknet bears 90% off its Original paint with some minor scratching due to the Obvious use of the helmet. The helmet is marked with a lot number 2905. Truly nice and helmet with a very nice patina that is hard to be upgraded.
WH (Heer) M36 (ie. early-war-) period Breast Eagle - Unissued Condition he breasteagle is executed in greyish-coloured linnen on a darker-green-coloured and/or also linnen-based background and was (IMO) never worn nor tunic-attached i.e. unissued condition.
WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape And Linnen Pouch - Unissued Condition This is a WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape with linnen pouch. Both pouch and cape are in unissued condition and IMO are near mint. The gas cape is fitted with part of its Original paper label however part of it is displaced and no date or makers mark is visible. Furthermore a truly nice pair of M36 Gas Cape And Pouch, hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape And Linnen Pouch - Unissued Condition This is a WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape with linnen pouch. Both pouch and cape are in unissued condition Gascape has some water damage on one side see on the pictures The linnen pouch appears to be marked.
WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape And Linnen Pouch - Unissued Condition This is a WH (HEER) M36 Gas Cape with linnen pouch. Both pouch and cape are in unissued condition and IMO are near mint. There appear to makers mark visible on the cape, yet the pouch appears to be makers marked. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M36 NCO Spieß Field Bluse - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a WH (HEER) M36 Field Bluse IMO best to be described as nice used condition. The field blouse is having a nicely original period applied hand-sewn early style breast-eagle. original sewn collar-tabs and silver NCO braid around the collar. The tunic is complete with a pair of slip-on shoulder-straps as intended for a 'Oberfeldwebel der Infanterie' within the Infantry Regiment 23. A pair of silver NCO Braid rings (Piston Rings) is sewn to each lower sleeve indicating that this NCO was the company's 'Spieß' (Hauptfeldwebel). Furthermore the tunic is fitted with Original lanyard and Iron Cross Ribbon. The tunic is clearly makers marked "L.L. G.O." and appears to meassure a size 102. The jacket appears to 1941 dated. A very attractive tunic!
WH (HEER) M39 Pack Frame (Trägbeutel M39) 1944 Dated - Mint Condition In IMO mint condition this M39 Pack Frame (Trägbeutel M39). The Frame retains a truly nice patina finish and is fitted with all Original straps which are often been cut off and are Original to the frame and being makers marked and 1944 dated. Just Like the combat assault pack (A-frame) the M39 assault pack frames were used by assault troops to lighten their equipment into battle Increasingly hard to find these days!
WH (Heer) M40 Breast Eagle - Nice i.e. Unissued Condition A very nice WH (Heer) M40 Breast Eagle executed in green-ish linnen. The eagle is in clean and nice i.e. unissued condition.
WH (Heer) M40 Trousers I.E Feldhose Near Mint Condition In unissued condition, this WH M44 Feldhose. Executed in wool and clearly dated 1944. The trousers are marked with RBN number and clearly stamped with size and makers markings. The trousers have two very small moth holes on top of the pocket and on the strap. Extremely nice condition and hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER) M43 Bevo Style Weave Cap Eagle And Bullion - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and never issued example of an IMO mint condition WH (HEER) M43 Cap Eagle and bullion. Both eagle and bullion are neatly executed in so-called 'BeVo'-weave-style. Both eagle and bullion are executed in a dark green-ish, field-grey like colour. In mint condition, hard to be upgraded!
WH (HEER) M43 Feld Bluse i.e. Field Jacket Badged 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' - Mint Condition Increasingly hard to come by these days WH (HEER) M1943 Field Jackets. This particular M43 Feld Bluse i.e. Field Jacket is in exceptional IMO mint condition. All insiginia compromise Original insignia including collar tabs, breast eagle and hard to come by 'Soldat eines Panzergrenadiere-Regiments' . The breast eagle has been replaced and profsionally been re-sewn. The eagle had previously been re-sewn by machine an stitched to the liner. This is now not the case anymore. shoulder boards. Furthermore the Jacket is marked with both RBN number as well as being dated 1943 and sized 92. The M43 field blouse was basically a continuation of the modifications of the M33 field blouse which had evolved into the M36, the M40 and the M42 field blouses. The separate belt support hook suspenders have now been replaced by short integral straps. This is a nice wool/rayon blend construction field blouse, it has 6 front closure buttons and the recognizable four, non-pleated, front pockets.
WH (HEER) M43 Panzer Grenadier EM Feldbluse - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of a WH (HEER) M43 Feldbluse. The feldbluse is badged with a very nice matching pair of Panzer Grenadier shoulder boards. Furthermore the tunic is badged with Original breast eagle and Iron Cross Ribbon. The loops in order to fit abzeichen and decorations are present on the front pocket of the tunic. The tunic appears to be shortened which has judging by the quality of work as well as the colour differentiations has been periodly applied. The tunic is clearly marked and 1944 dated. The size measures a size 92. This is a very nice and Original jacket in IMO nice used condition.
WH (HEER) Orange Bakelite Butter Dish - Unissued Condition In unissued and IMO near mint condition this (WH) HEER Butter Dish. Executed in Orange Colour and in Bakelite. And no apparent damages. This would have been part of the standard kit. Cannot be upgraded.
WH (HEER) Splinter Camoflage Quarter Shelter i.e. Zeltbahn - Stone Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO stone mint example of a WH (HEER) Quarter Shelter or so-called zelt bahn. The zeltbahn is executed in splinter camoflage and clearly marked with a RBN Number. The shelter is furthermore fitted with its Original bakelite buttons and has no apparent damages whatsoever. A truly nice zeltbahn that cannot be upgraded!
WH (HEER,LW) Reversible Jacket Splinter Camoflaged - Used Condition This is an IMO clearly used example of a WH (HEER,LW) Reversible splinter Jacket. The jacket is executed in the distinct splinterTarn (i.e. splinter Tarn) Camoflag. The interior is executed in with and is fully reversible. The tunic could have worn in different types of terrain. The jacket is is clearly worn and has some clear damages as can be seen on the pictures. Yet this jacket retains a very nice patina. The RBN numbers are still visible yet hard to read. A nice but clearly used jacket Priced Accordingly.
WH (Heer- or Waffen-SS) 'Brotbeutel' (or bread-bag) - Nice Used Condition! WH (Heer- or Waffen-SS) 'Brotbeutel' (or bread-bag). The Bag is in nice used condition with only one button missing. There appear to be no dates or makers marks. A nice WH Brotbeutel that can be upgraded and priced accordingly.
WH (HEER/LW/SS ) Sanitater i.e. Medic Water Bottle And Leather Carrying Strap - Near Mint Condition This is a nice example of a WH (HEER/LW/SS) Sanitater i.e. Medic Water Bottle. The water bottle compromises a nicely 1940 dated and makers marked ESB. The water bottle is fitted with original leather carrying strap. Furthermore the Canteen comes with original bakelite cup. The Water bottle can IMO best to be described as near mint condition with some minor damages due to wear and storage. Hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Cloth Bag 1940 Dated - Nice Used Condition This 1940 dated Bread Bag appears to be in nice used condition. Stamped with theSwastika, white cloth sack with blue crossed pattern in places, the reverse stamped and dated ‘H.Vpfl 1940’,
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Dienstglass 60x30 Binoculars BMJ Marked And Original Bakelite Case And Binoculars - Nice Used Condition This is a nice example of an IMO nice used WH (HEER/LW/SS) "Dienstglas" i.e. Binoculars 60x30 and original Bakelite Carrier Case. The binoculars are fitted with original bakelite protection case in order to protect the top part of the sights. Furthermore the binoculars are fitted with original leather carryinh strap. The binoculars appear to have clear vision and bear near enough all their original black paint, with some obvious trace of wear. The binoculars are makers marked BMJ and have the following inscription: Dienstglas 60x30 435026 H/6400. The bincolars come with original Bakelite carrier case. Executed in black colour the case also bears its original pain with the obvious trace of wear. There appears to be a named scratched on the bottom and rear of the case. Yet is this is very small and not visible on display. The case is also fitted with original carrying strap. A highly sought after and nice condition pair of binoculars and case that are hard to be upgraded.
WH (HEER/LW/SS) Metal Lantern - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a German Lantern. Used by a variety of troops throughout the war. The lantern is marked on the back with a makers mark and swastika. The glass has been replaced over the years
WH (HEER/LW/SS) MG34 Machine Gun Canvas Breach Cover - Nice Used Condition This is IMO a nice used condition example of a WH (HEER/LW/SS) MG34 Machine Gun Canvas Breach Cover. Executed in Blue-Gray Ordonance Color and horse hair. The cover is fitted with leather straps The metal hook is missing The cover does not bear any makers or RBN numbers as is very common with this type of equipment. An increasingly hard to come by item hard to be upgraded.
WH (Heeres ie. Kriegsmarine) bluish-grey-coloured and/or steel-based belt-buckle - Near Mint Condition This attractive WH (HEER) buckle was IMO never issued nor worn and still retains all of its fairly matted ie. somewhat satin-like, sprayed bluish-grey colour: just some normal scratching and/or minimal paint-loss (ie. staining) is visible (see pictures). These darker-bluish-coloured- and/or steel-based belt-buckles are most times attributed to naval coastal-artillery- (ie. 'Küstenartillerie'-) units but are IMO being the later-war-period 'standard-type' army- ie. naval buckle. Hard to be upgraded!
WH (Heeres) field-grey coloured and/or steel-based belt-buckle On Black Leather Tab 1940 - Nice Used Condition A truly nice and attractive and IMO nice used condition WH (Heeres) field-grey coloured and/or steel-based belt-buckle. in overall nice (albeit clearly used ie. worn-) condition. The buckle was most certainly issued and/or heavingly worn but still retains most of its original colour with clear traces of wear as can be seen on the pictures. The buckle is fitted on its Original black leather tab. The tab is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked Herman Knoller.
WH (Heeres) field-grey coloured and/or steel-based belt-buckle On Black Leather Tab 1940 - Nice Used Condition A truly nice and attractive and IMO nice used condition WH (Heeres) field-grey coloured and/or steel-based belt-buckle. in overall nice (albeit clearly used ie. worn-) condition. The buckle was most certainly issued and/or heavingly worn but still retains most of its original colour with clear traces of wear as can be seen on the pictures. The buckle is fitted on its Original black leather tab. The tab is clearly 1940 dated and makers marked Herman Knoller.
WH (Heeres), mid-war-period- (ie. 'M43'-type) NCO-type Set Of Shoulder Boards - Nice Used Condition This is a nice set of WH (Heeres), mid-war-period- (ie. 'M43'-type) NCO-type shoulderboards as piped in the neat white- (ie. 'weisser'-) coloured branchcolour, as intended for - and worn by! - an: 'Unteroffizier eines Infanterie-Regiments' (or junior NCO ie. sergeant within an infantry regiment). In nice used condition.
WH (Kriegsmarine) Wooven Dagger Belt - Stone Mint Condition In IMO Stone Mint Condition this WH (Kriegsmarine) Belt in order to hold and secure a ceremonial dagger under neath the uniform 1943 Dated. Cannot be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) 'Kartentasche' (map-case), executed in natural coloured, brownish (pebbled) leather - Nice Used Condition This is a truly awesome - and nice used condition! - example of a typical WH (Luftwaffe) 'Kartentasche' (map-case), executed in natural coloured, brownish (pebbled) leather, The case - which was IMO issued but hardly used - is made of 'pebbled' natural-/brownish-coloured leather and is in superb and fully servicable, condition (all straps are present, souple and fully functional). The case is clearly makers marked and 1939 on the inside of the lid. Unfortunately the inner side of the lid has also been marked with permament marker as can be seen from the pictures.
WH (Luftwaffe) Bread Bag i.e. Brot Beutel 1941 Dated - Near Mint Condition This is a truly nice and IMO near mint WH (Luftwaffe) Bread Bag i.e. Brot Beutel. The bag is executed in the distinct blue Luftwaffe shade. The bag is very clearly makers marked and 1941 dated. The bag is a rip on the interior under the top flap. Can be upgraded but still a very nice Luftwaffe Bread Bag.
WH (Luftwaffe) breasteagle - mint, unissued condition! This is a absolute mint example of WH (Luftwaffe) breasteagle executed in greyish/white linnen on a blue woolen background. The eagle has great detail and can easily be used to restore a Luftwaffe tunic or 'Fliegerbluse'.
WH (Luftwaffe) Fully Matching M44 Flak Artillery Shoulder Boards - Stone Mint In absolute stone mint condition this fully matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe) M44 shoulder boards. Intended for enlisted men in a 'Flak-Artillerie' (or anti-aircraft artillery-) regiment. Cannot be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) M42 Single Decal Helmet - Nice Used Condition This is a very nice example of a WH (Luftwaffe) Single Decal Helmet. The helmet is fitted with a very nice and detailed eagle as can be seen on the pictures, yet the decal is unfortnately somewhat damaged. The helmet is in IMO nice used condition and retains a very nice patina. There appear to be no factory marking, yet the helmet is marked with a production mark 2019. Fitted with Original liner marked size 5. The helmet is fitted with Original chinstrap however the strap has been broken. The liner appears to be in IMO equal nice used condition to the helmet . A very nice Luftwaffe Helmet with a truly nice patina!
WH (Luftwaffe) M43 EM And NCO Field Cap 1944 Dated Size 57 - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO mint condition example of a WH (Luftwaffe) M43 EM and/or NCO Field Cap. The field cap is fitted with an original Cap Eagle and Bullion. The interior of the cap is in very nice condition and clearly 1944 dated as well as being sized 57. Furthermore the cap marked with a clear visible RBN number. A truly nice WH Luftwaffe M43 Field Cap that cannot be upgraded.
WH (Luftwaffe) Non Matching enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for - and/or worn by! - a soldier within the: 'Flieger- o. 'Fallschirmjäger-Truppen' - Moderatly Used Condition A Non Matching and moderatly used pair off WH (Luftwaffe) enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps as was piped in bright-yellow- (ie. goldgelbener-) coloured branchcolour, as was intended for - and/or worn by! - a soldier who served within the: 'Flieger- o. 'Fallschirmjäger-Truppen' (or pilot- ie. paratrooper-soldier)
WH (Luftwaffe) Non Matching enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for - and/or worn by! - a soldier within the: 'Flieger- o. 'Fallschirmjäger-Truppen' - Moderatly Used Condition A Non Matching and moderatly used pair off WH (Luftwaffe) enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps as was piped in bright-yellow- (ie. goldgelbener-) coloured branchcolour, as was intended for - and/or worn by! - a soldier who served within the: 'Flieger- o. 'Fallschirmjäger-Truppen' (or pilot- ie. paratrooper-soldier)
WH (Luftwaffe), Pair Off Non Matching enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' - Nice Moderately Used Condition A non-matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe), enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, having the bright-red- (ie. 'hochroter'-) coloured branchcolour, as were intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' (or simple anti-aircraft soldier), in overall very nice (ie. only moderately used ie. worn-), condition.
WH (Luftwaffe), Pair Off Non Matching enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' - Nice Moderately Used Condition A non-matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe), enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, having the bright-red- (ie. 'hochroter'-) coloured branchcolour, as were intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' (or simple anti-aircraft soldier), in overall very nice (ie. only moderately used ie. worn-), condition.
WH (Luftwaffe), Pair Off Non Matching enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, as intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' - Nice Moderately Used Condition A non-matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe), enlisted-mens'-type shoulderstraps, having the bright-red- (ie. 'hochroter'-) coloured branchcolour, as were intended for a: 'Soldat eines Flakartillerie-Regiments' (or simple anti-aircraft soldier), in overall very nice (ie. only moderately used ie. worn-), condition.
WH (Luftwaffe)Shoulder Boards 'engineers' ('Pioniere') - Mint Condition This is a matching pair of WH (Luftwaffe) collar-patches, executed in black (smooth) wool for a 'Pioniere' (engineers) soldier. Both patches have two aluminium i.e. 'Feinzink' gulls attached. They have both a brown yellowish 'cheese-duck' backing. In mint condition.
WH (LW) Feld Division Splinter Camoflage Smock Fitted With Original Breast Eagle - Mint Condition This is a truly nice and inreasingly hard to come by WH (LW) Feld Division Smock. The smock is executed in Splinter tarn i.e. Splinter Camoflage and is IMO mint condition, with no wear to the collar or handcuffs and a truly nice patina! The Smock is fitted with Original Breast Eagle. Furthermore the Smock is clearly marked and appears to measure a size 88/56. The Smock is still fitted with Original pockets inside the interior and appears to be complete with all buttons still present. A truly nice and highly sought after piece of history that comes with a full guarantee on its originality!
WH (Polizei) Double Decal Camoflaged M40 Helmet - Nice Used Condition This is a truly nice and very rare example of an IMO nice used condition WH (Polizei) Helmet. The helmet is fitted with double decal. The helmet which has been camoflaged retains a truly nice patina finish and character. The helmet liner is in equal nice used condition as is the hemet shell. The shell is marked with production number and makers marked SE62 SE (or hkp) Sächsische Emaillier u. Stanzwerke. Furthermore fitted with Original chin strap. A truly nice and rare camoflage helmet for a reasonable price.
WH (SS) Non Makers Marked Belt Buckle And Black Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition In nice yet used condition this WH (SS) Belt Buckle And black leather belt. The buckle appears to be in nice used condition and does not appear to be makers marked. Especially the later SS belt buckles are know not to be makers marked. The manufacturing patentof the SS belt buckles being originally granted to the Overhoff & Cie. firm in Lüdenscheid. Later belt buckles also do not appear to be RZM marked as in 1943 the Waffen-SS assumed full control over their uniform item production and no longer fell under the authority of the RZM. The black leather belt is in equal nice used condition and measures 95 CMs. A very nice yet used SS belt and buckle guaranteed 100% Original!
WH Afrika i.e. Late War Utility Straps For Kochgeschirr And/Or Zeltbahn - Mint Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition this set of WH Afrika (DAK) i.e. Late War Utility Straps. These straps would have been used for either the Kochgeschirr i.e. messtin or to wrap-up the Quarter Shelter i.e. Zeltbahn. In stone mint condition and cannot be upgraded!
WH G43/K43 Black Leather Ammunition Pouch - Nice Used Condition G43/K43 Black Leather magazine ammuntion Pouch - 'Patronentaschen G43/K43'. In nice used condition.
WH HEER Aluminium Based Belt Buckle On Tab And Black Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a WH HEER aluminium belt buckle on leather tab and black leather belt. The belt buckle does not appear to marked and the leather tab is clearly used. Due to usage there is no makers mark or date visible anymore on the tab. The black leather belt in equal nice used condition is marked size 88 (approx 88CM lenght). A very nice WH Belt And Buckle that can be upgraded.
WH HEER Field Grey Belt Buckle On Leather Tab 1941 And Black Leather Belt 1941 - Nice Used Condition This is an IMO nice used example of a WH HEER Field Grey Belt Buckle and Black Leather Belt. The buckle is fitted on Original leather tab, clearly makers marked G Brehmer Markneukirchen 1941. The buckle has a very nice patina and is IMO best to described as near mint. The buckle is fitted in Original and nice used black leather belt which is makers marked and equally 1941 dated. The belt is measures size 90 i.e. approxemately 90CM.
WH K98 Ammuniton Pouches - Nice Used Condition A nice non-matching set of black leather ammunition pouches intended to carry rounds for the K98 rifle. One of the pouches is clearly marked RBN 0/1200/0142. Both pouches are in nice used condition. Hard to be upgraded.
WH Kriegsfahne i.e. Battle Flag Large Size - Near Mint Condition This is a very nice and IMO near mint example of a WH Kriegsfahne i.e. Battle Flag. The flag has some minor staines but no damages, even the Original loop is still present. The flag is in overall excellent condition. The flag measures approxmately 186CM x 117CM.
WH Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager Or Flieger Great Coat Unshortened - Nice Used Condition This nice although clearly used WH Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager Or Flieger Great Coat compromises an unshortened example. These coats would also been known as "Wachtmantel". The great coat has been fitted with an extra woolen liner, something we do not come across very often. There are no shoulder boards fitted on the coat. The coat is clearly marked and sized 96. There appear to be no further dates or markings. A very nice great coat that can be upgraded.
WH M30 Gasmask Cannister And Gasmask - Near Mint Condition This WH M30 Gasmask Cannister and gasmask is in exceptional good condition. IMO best to be described as near mint as there appears some rust stains in the interior of the cannister as can be seen clearly on the pictures. The cannister is furthmore complete with the often displaced carrying straps and comes with Original gasmask. A truly nice gasmask and cannister!
WH M31 Gaskmask And Cannister (Short Model) - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this short model M31 Gasmask cannister and gasmask. The cannister is complete with all original straps attched to the cannister.The cannister appears to be in nice used condition. The inside of gasmask is fitted with an original spring for the condens wipe. The gasmask itself in equal nice althiugh clear used condition and clearly marked.
WH M31 Red Painted Canteen And Cup - Mint Condition In truly nice IMO mint condition this WH M31 Canteen and Cup. The canteen is red painted and is clearly makers marked and 1944 dated. The canteen bears all its orginal paint, and appears to be in excellent condition. The Canteen Cup is executed in distinct green colour, bearing all of its paint and being makers marked aswell as 1943 dated.The cup is not painted red in the interior. Furthermore the leather strap attaching the lid to the bottle is marked with RBN number. The felcrow is undamaged and and mint condition, and so are all straps and hooks. A truly nice Canteen and Cup that cannot be upgraded!
WH M31 Waterbottle and Cup - Mint Condition A very nice example of a third reich M31 waterbottle and bakelite cup. The bottle is nicely dated 1941, equally the original leather strap is nicely dated 1941. Both strap and bottle are makers marked and in fantastic condition.
WH M35 Black Leather Mapcase 1943 - Near Mint Condition A very nice i.e. near mint WH M35 Black Leather mapcase. The mapcase is clearly 1943 dated and marked with a makers mark. The mapcase is complete with all straps and hooks present. Hard to be upgraded.
WH M35 Brown Leather Map Case And Inner Case - Near Mint Condition In fantastic i.e. near mint condition is this WH M35 Map Case i.e. Meldekartentasche M35 complete with original inner case . The map case is makers marked and appears to be dated 1938 yet very hard to read and to capture on camera. The map case is fitted with a leather carrying strap, the strap differs in colour from the mapcase yet has a very period like look and feel and could be original to the case. Found recently on a German flea marked and have never been in a collectors hands. Overall a very nice i.e. near mint M35 Brown Leather Map Case.
WH Metal Water Bottle And Metal Cup 1944 - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this WH water bottle and cup. Both cup and bottle are executed in metal. The cup appears to be 1944 dated. All leather straps and felt are in nice used condition with no major damages. A text book water bottle that can be upgraded.
WH smooth-woolen- (ie. 'Airtex'-) based 'under-the-tunic'-shirt (ie. 'Diensthemd') - Unissued Condition This is a very attractive - and truly rarely encountered! - 'standard-issued', WH (Heeres, Luftwaffe, Waffen-SS etc.) a smooth-woolen- (ie. so-called: 'Airtex'-) based 'under-the-tunic'-shirt (ie. 'Diensthemd') that was worn by the various troops throughout the war. The Diensthemd is clearly marked with a RBN numbers. Further the Diensthemd is in IMO unissued and stone mint condition with no damages and complete with all buttons. A truly nice and increasingly hard to find item!
WH Tropical i.e. Afrika Trousers - Unissued i.e. Mint Condition A truly nice and unissued i.e. mint pair of WH Tropical i.e. Afrika pair of troussers. The troussers are fitted with all their original buttons and there appear to be no traces of damage or wear whatsoever.
WH Water Bottle and Cup -Used Condition In used condition this WH water bottle and cup. Both cup and bottle are executed in metal. The cup appears to be 1942 dated. and makers marked F.W.R. All leather straps ar in place. The felt is clearly moth damaged. A text book water bottle that clearly can be upgraded.
WH WM35 Mortar And/Or Gunners Quadrant With Rare Adjusting Key Complete - Nice Used Condition Notmandy Battle Field Relic In very nice used and complete condition this WM35 (Winkelmesser) Gunners Quadrant. This gunner's quadrant is simple and well constructed. The frame contains an elevation arc with a scale graduated in ten-mil units from zero to 1,000 mils in black numerals, and from 600 to 1,600 mils in red. The quadrant arm carries a spirit level and is provided with coarse and fine screw-type adjustments. The quadrant comes with its original adjusting key usually missing . The original case in extremely neat condition bearing its original paint. The quadrant was privately purchased from a French collection and was found in Normandy (Yvetot) in 1976. The fact that it was found in Normandy gives the Quadrant a nice touch yet has not been added to price of this item.
WH/HEER/SS/LW German vehicle ‘Notek light’ - New Old Stock This is a truly nice and IMO new old stock example of a WH/HEER/SS/LW Notek Vehicle Light. Many of the FHC’s German vehicles are equipped with a “Notek light” for night driving. The unit was named after the company, Nova-Technik GmbH, that made them in Munich. It illuminates the road to about 100 to 130 feet ahead of the vehicle in a roughly 80-foot swath. The light had three settings; dim, medium, and full. The dim setting made the vehicle’s light invisible from the air at altitudes above 2,000 feet. Lights on the full setting became hard to see at over 6,400 feet.
WH/KM (kriegsmarine) K98 Bayonet And Frog Matching Numbers - Nice Used Condition Very much sought after and increasingly hard to find these days; Matching Number K98 Bayonet.used by a Kriegsmarine (kustenartillery) soldier This example compromises a matching number both knife and scabbard are numbered 7651. The bayonet comes with Original leather frog (KM stamp) which is makers marked on the rear, however the makers mark is visible it is hardly readible. Both bayonet, scabbard and leather frog are IMO in nice used condition,.
WH/LW/SS Black Leather K98 Rifle Ammunition Pouches - Near Mint Condition A truly nice and unissued pair off WH/LW/SS K98 Rifle Pouches. The black leather pouches are both makers marked yet not matching. The pouches are IMO near mint condition. One of the pouches has some damage of on the top of the pouch as can be seen on the pictures. Can be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS Cross i.e. Y Straps - Mint Condition In mint condition this pair of WH/LW/SS cross or so-called Y straps. The straps are in nice and complete condition with no hooks and rings missing.
WH/LW/SS Cross i.e. Y Straps - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this pair of WH/LW/SS cross or so-called Y straps. The straps are in nice and complete condition with no hooks and rings missing.
WH/LW/SS Dust Goggles In Paper Enveloppe Pack Of 19 - Unissued Condition A pack of 19 WH/LW/SS dust goggles. The pack is still wrapped in its Original paper seal. All goggles are wrapped a paper enveloppe. There appear no makers marked or dates on the pack. Some of the enveloppes are damaged due to trace of time. All are unissued.
WH/LW/SS Gaiters - Mint Condition I mint condition this pair of WH/LW/SS gaiters. The gaiters appear to have RBN numbers although the ink has faded to much and can therefore not be read. Hard to be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS Gaiters - Near Mint Condition In IMO near mint condition this pair of WH/LW/SS gaiters. The gaiters appear to have RBN numbers still visible. All leather straps appear in place and good condition.
WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet And Frog Matching Numbers - Nice Used Condition A nice albeit clearly used example of a WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet and Leather Frog. The knife and scabbard compromise a non matching number set yet are IMO in nice used condition. The scabbard appears to be numbered yet there are no markings on the blade. The leather frog is in clear used condition with some minor damages to the leather. The makers mark is very much faded yet a date is slightly visible appears to be 1938.
WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet And Frog Non Matching Numbers - Nice Used Condition A nice albeit clearly used example of a WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet and Leather Frog. The knife and scabbard compromise a non matching number set yet are IMO in nice used condition. numbers. The scabbard has a small dent as can be seen from the pictures The leather frog is in nice condition with some minor damages to the leather. The makers mark is very clear visible as is the 1938 date.
WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet Non Matching Numbers Hersteller FNJ 1942 Dated - Nice Used Condition A nice albeit clearly used example of a WH/LW/SS K98 Bayonet and Leather Frog. The knife and scabbard compromise a non matching number set yet are IMO in nice used condition. The scabbard appears to be numbered. The knife is marked with RBN number as well as Hersteller FNJ and 1942 Date. The leather frog is in clear used condition with some minor damages to the leather. The makers mark is very much faded but still visible.
WH/LW/SS K98 Rifle Cleaning Kit 1940 Dated - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this WH/LW/SS cleaning kit for the K98 rifle. The cleaning kit is clearly 1940 dated and complete with all cleaning rods, brushes etc. Some of the tools are also 1940 dated. A very nice and complete K98 cleaning kit.
WH/LW/SS M31 Gasmask And Filter - Unissued i.e. Mint Condition In unissued i.e. mint condition (new old stock) this standard M1931 Gasmask and filter. The gasmask compromises a green coloured one. The gasmask does not appear to dated yet the filterr is 1941 dated. Cannot be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS M31 Gasmask Cannister And Gasmask 1944 - Nice Used Condition In very nice but used condition is this M31 Gasmask cannister and gasmask. The cannister bears its original paint and is dated on both the rubberized straps as well as on the cannister.Inside the cannister is the spring for the condens wipe still present. condition although has one hook missing from the back of the gasmask.
WH/LW/SS M31 Kochgeschirr i.e. Mess Tin 1939 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice although used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Kochgeschirr or so calles Mess Tin. The tin bears about 85% of its original paint and is clearly makers marked HGF and dated 1939 on the leaver as well as the side of the mess tin. The inside of the mess tin appears to be in good condition with no rust or damages.
WH/LW/SS M31 Kochgeschirr i.e. Mess Tin 1943 Dated - Nice Used Condition In very nice although used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Kochgeschirr or so calles Mess Tin. The tin bears about 85% of its original paint and is clearly makers marked HGF and dated 1943 on the leaver The inside of the mess tin appears to be in good condition with no rust or damages.
WH/LW/SS M31 Late War i.e. Metal Canteen - Nice Used Condition In nice used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Late War i.e. Metal Canteen. The canteen is executed in metal and fitted with a red lid. The canteen cup is equally late war i.e. green coloured and does not appear to be dated. There appears some minor rust on the cup. The original leather strap is still present although damaged as can be seen on the pictures. Altogether a nice later war canteen that can be upgraded.
WH/LW/SS M31 Wooden Tropical DAK Canteen And Cup 1942 - Nice Used Condition In very nice used condition this WH/LW/SS M31 Tropical canteen. The canteen is executed in wood and clearly 1942 dated as well as being makers marked. The canteen is fitted with Original bakelite cup and carrying sling. In nice used condition hard to be upgraded!
WH/LW/SS MG13 Magzine Pouches And Magazines - Nice Used Condition This compromises a set of MG13 Magazine anvas and leather pouches carrier and one neck strap. The carrier is equipped with a webbing handle and can also be attached to the neck strap. Carriers are very well made and include a canvas leather neck strap. The pouhes come with Original magazines (8 pieces). IMO best to be described as nice used condition.
WH/LW/SS Rifle Grenade Launcher Carrying Pouch - Nice Used Condition In nice although clearly used condition this carrying pouch intended to carry the Rifle Grenade Launcher for the K98 Rifle. The pouch exectuted in black leather is clearly waffen ambt and DK marked but does not appear to be dated, not unusual for these type of pouches. The pouch is fitted with its Original carrying sling and appears to be in equal nice used condition.
World War 1 Iron Cross 2nd class (Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse) - Near Mint Condition World War 1 Iron Cross 2nd class (Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse). In near mint condition fitted with Original ribbon fitted. Hard to be upgraded.