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    This tunic appears to be related to one of the hunting or forrestry organizations. In steel blue/grey wool with matching buttons, the tunic has a unique cut, particularly in the reverse. The tunic is without insignia and has scattered mothing and some repairs to the collar facing area on both sides. The liner has some scattered damage as well, but the tunic is complete in basic details otherwise. An inexpensive restoration project
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    Offered is this veteran's organization visor cap. This was originally a DRKB Visor that was converted to the Third Reich era NS-RKB. These visor hats vary widely with insignia detail and furniture. This example has the replacement cap band to convert it to NS-RKB and never had a cap eagle insignia only the front badge. This specimen appears to have never had a chinstrap either. Condition is good overall. There is enamel loss to the front badge and the original sweat diamond is missing. The visor, cap body, sweat band, and liner remain sound. A very affordable Third Reich visor.
  • British Airborne camouflage net scarf segment.  This scarf segment represents about 1/3 of the total issue length. What is present is in great condition with strong colors. Enough for a tunic display.
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    British Army Officer's Visor for General Service.  General Service meaning meaning part of the regular army and not one of the "elite" or traditional units... not to be confused with General Staff.  This hat is in good condition, showing the signs of wartime use and wear.  There is some mothing to the visor top, but this is largely limited to the area under the leather chinstrap and is hidden.  Hat is solid with no other damage aside from the mothing.
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    Here is a very nice Italian EM Bustina, the standard field cap of the Italian army.  This specimen is very clean with only a little scuffing to the sweatband.  Size 57, with owners initials penned to the interior.  A very nice cap.
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    Offered  is this incredible specimen of the greatcoat worn by the Feuerschutzpolitzei. This fireman's coat is in non-issued condition with no damage to speak of.  Cut in heavy, dark blue wool, this coat has a black faced collar and silvered RZM buttons.  Complete with dagger hanger in the left pocket.  The traces of the white ink, RZM stamp can be found in the interior skirt.  Complete with all buttons, and  half belt in the reverse.  Very nice!
  • Offered is this Heer side cap for and Infantry enlisted man.  The cap itself is very clean, showing minimal use, probably not issued by the Heer.  Based on the interior markings, this cap got a second life of sorts in the Soviet film industry as there is a Russian cinema mark inside.  The exterior shows three holes. Two are small, but there is one above the eagle's wing that is more significant.  There is also some wool knap grazing in places across the cap body, but nothing terrible. It has a Lago-Berlin maker mark, sized 54,  and is 1941 dated.  It also contains the correct Berlin depot stamp, albeit a bit faint.  The vent grommets are the painted type and are correct in construction.  There are also several pen ink annotations from its time in Russian hands.  The insignia on this cap are all hand applied, including the soutache.  This is not uncommon for such Lago made caps, but in this case each is applied in a different thread color and the stitches do not appear to have been done by the same hand, as they vary. Whether this is work of the theater, earlier or later I cannot say.  I make no claims that these insignia are original to the cap.  In addition, the soutache is applied correctly through holes in the field grey wool near the bottom of the cap face. It had been lightly stitched on, and further anchored with field grey thread 1/3 the way up from the bottom.  The wearer's right side soutache end had come unattached at the base and simply tucked back into the mounting hole in the wool.  This cap has a few issues, but it is well marked, the components are all original in and of themselves, and still a decent specimen.
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    Offered is this nice single M/N pouch.  Pairs are better, but these days we take what we can get.  This pouch is a typically constructed prewar/wartime era pouch.  The leather is in good condition, with only a slight tear to the back corner of one pouch lid.  The interior is ink stamped. Unfortunately it cannot be read, but such pouches are mostly dated 1940 or earlier.   A nice clean pouch with no major issues that will get you on your way to a pair or possibly complete a pair if you happen to have it's mate.
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    Offered is this fine specimen of the wartime issue Soviet Ssh-40 helmet.  Honest, wartime examples of this model have gotten to be extremely difficult to locate.  This example is in nice condition and remains in the full wartime configuration with no postwar rework. The exterior retains 85%+ of the original factory green paint. There are typical scuffs and old, dark patina rust spots.  There are no dents or damage to the shell.  The interior is complete with all three synthetic leather pads, one has some minor damage.  The drawstring has been replaced at some point with jute twine.  The size 1 shell is mark and dated L-44 for 1944 production at the LMZ facility.  The helmet is finished off with the original chinstrap in natural cotton web as seen from about 1943 until the war's end.  This is a super Ssh-40 in a condition that warrants strong consideration.  A rare helmet in an uncommon condition.
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    Offered is this splendid specimen of the reversible ski parka first issued in WWII to the 10th Mountain Division.  It is in fine condition with no damage or repairs.  It is issued, and the white side has some typical staining, but is better than average.  The fox fur hood trim is in great condition with no loss.  All buttons, both green and white, are in place.  The draw string on the skirt edge still has the platic coating on the string tips.  It is named to a "Clark Murphy" on the white side of the hood.   A nice issued piece in fine condition.
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    Standard Battle Dress Uniform (BDU) jacket of the Vietnam War era.  Small Regular size per the original tag and a DSA tag showing a 1967 date of manufacture. The jacket is in good condition with no rips, tears or repairs.  It is missing on lower pocket button which I can provide a proper replacement.  The jacket is issued and has been washed a time or two, but the color remains good and the fading only moderate.
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