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    Kriegsmarine breast eagle intended for the white jumper.  BeVo construction and in unissued condition.  A fine specimen
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    Offered is this  Luftwaffe enlisted man's buckle in blue painted steel.  Tabbed and maker marked for the J.D. Maedicke firm, 1941.  Overall condition and presentation is nice.  However, the tab leather is split between the prongs.
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    Aluminum drinking cups issued to formations such as the SA, HJ or other political and paramilitary formations who's canteens were of the style without the integrated cups.  We have several, all are in good condition, maker marked and/or dated.  Clean and functional.  Price is per cup.  Buyer's choice
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    Here is a useful accessory for your dress or parade uniform.  These aluminum wire shoulder braids are in fine condition.  The metal thread remains bright, with no oxidation or fraying.  Some soiling around one of the button holes suggests some use, but near mint overall.
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    This M1 bayonet started life in 1943 as a full length M1905 bayonet made by PaL Blade and Tool.  It was later contract shortened per M1 specifications by American Fork and Hoe.  This bayonet is in good condition overall. The latch button functions as it should and there are no missing parts.  There are some sharpening and runner marks in the phosphate finish of the blade, but no edge chips and the original tip remains.  There are some scratches and minor cosmetic damage to the plastic grips, but nothing serious.  There is some rust to the screw nut. The scabbard shows typical scratches and minor damage to the hardboard and Olive Drab finish.  In addition, the original owner has scratched the initials "JW" into the scabbard about an inch below the throat. Overall it is free from major issues.  A nice example of a wartime reworked bayonet.
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    Offered is this excellent Luftwaffe single decal M40 combat helmet with an incredible brush painted camo scheme.  Helmet is complete with full liner and chinstrap.  The interior shows the original Luftwaffe blue and traces of a painted name of a former owner.   This helmet is a Quist made piece with a 64 shell size.  A top shelf camouflage for your consideration.
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    Tropical Side Cap for the Luftwaffe.  A nice worn specimen, showing modest fading and soiling. In all, a very clean and sharp looking specimen.  Interior is unmarked.  Insignia are complete and hand sewn.  The cap appears to be approximately 57 or 58cm .
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    A very nice pair of  Swallows Nest shoulder appointments for a musician the the SS Fife and Drum Corp.  Wide wire thread tresse on a back base and black backing.  Near mint, unissued condition.
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    Offered is this tunic removed cuff title for an EM in the Luftwaffe's fabled Hermann Göring division. This example has been shortened to about 6 inches overall. The ends are not finished, so it is unknown if this was done after it was removed from the uniform sleeve, or if it was period done and shortened as to only cover the facing slide of the sleeve cuff as was sometimes preferred. The cuff title is in fine condition otherwise with only some minor staining to the G and O. Absolutely original.
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    Here is a nice sized 48 Star flag from the WWII era. It is a printed version, printed on a linen base cloth. It measures approximately 25”X35”. On the bunting edge, there are two sewn rings. The upper is an original ring in bronze. The lower has been replaced by a key ring type split ring. There are no holes, but there is a repair to the lower tail. This repair was carried out with a patch of cellophane tape on both sides of a small tear. It has been sewn together through the tape. This tape has yellowed somewhat so likely was done years ago. The entire flag has toned nicely with age, and there is some minor separation to the hem stitch in places. The flag remains solid however.
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    An interesting pair of original photo postcards showing a German NCO in Russia. Judging from the uniform details they are likely circa fall/winter 1941 or winter/spring 1942. His branch of service colors appear dark, so not infantry, signals etc. He is armed with an MP40 and wears the ribbon to the Iron Cross 2nd Class and a General Assault Badge. The close up photo is in good focus with much detail to be seen. The full body shot is slightly out of focus, but his armament can seen. Both are AGFA paper backed with no annotations.
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    Offered is this super Luftwaffe Flieger Ausweis cover. Black synthetic leather with stamped eagle and "Flieger Ausweis". There exists the customary wear for a used item, but this document cover is in fine condition with minor corner and edged wear. Both celluloid windows on the interior are undamaged. A nice piece
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    Marksmanship Lanyard for Luftwaffe Artillery in Grade 2. This lanyard is in super condition with just the usual traces of uniform wear. Metal badge and the Grade 2 artillery shell are firmly attached and all the bullion work is in good condition.
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    Coming from a large Luftwaffe collection that we are disposing is this uncommon piece of Luftwaffe insignia. This is an enlisted ranks breast eagle in the seldom encountered BeVo construction. This rare 1st pattern eagle is woven in white thread on a dark blue back cloth has been trimmed for mounting, but does not appear to have ever been sewn. Some minor soiling, but excellent otherwise
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    Offered is this used, but otherwise complete Plasch-Palatka or Tent/Ponch. This specimen shows typical fading and staining. There is on 20x25 mm hole in the body, but this example is complete otherwise. All corners are intact and all the factory installed toggles are present. This example has been soldier modified with the addition of several extra toggles sewn on to it for an unknown reason. Interesting is that the flap over the arm hole is in a contrasting color. This is not something seen very often. Both drawstrings are present. There is a factory stamp and it is 41 dated. However, it is quite weakly stamped. It can barely be made out, but being familiar with this particular factory stamp helps.
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    Offered is this decent belt and buckle ensemble for a Luftwaffe enlisted man. A late war, tabless buckle in blue painted steel on a late war, 100cm leather combat belt. The buckle is in good condition wit about 70% of the original blue paint and no rust. The belt leather is in typical used condition, showing much wear and chaffing. There is a shallow gouge out of one edge as shown in the photos. A nice rig for a late war, Luftwaffe flak or ground troop display.