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    This is an interesting Heer EM buckle. To be honest, we are not sure if this buckle was polished after initial paint loss... or if it started life at the factory as nickled parade buckle, but was then finished in field grey to make it a combat type. Regardless, it is a solid steel, mid-war buckle with good detail remaining. It is marked HA42 on the reverse. The reverse contains much of the original grey paint, but the face is mostly void of paint completely. Instead, there is a high level of polish for a bright finish. There is no leather tab, but given the date, it might never have had one to begin with.
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    This is a standard G.I. first aid pouch with the issue contents. Marked “Independent Awning” and dated 1943, this example appears used with faded markings. Included is an unopened Carlisle bandage in the prewar red color. There is an imperfection in the webbing under the pop stud, but seems to be a minor web defect and not the retaining washer cutting through from the inside.
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    This natural leather magazine pouch is for the German G43/K43 rifle. It is typical of the examples from the horde found a few years back in the Ukraine. This one is marked “ros44”. The leather is in excellent condition generally. One of the lid sides does exhibit some dryness and discoloration, but it is not rotten and is holding strong. The pouch is exceptionally clean other than some minor rust to the rivets here an there. This example also lacks the sloppy over paint found on the metal hardware of items such as this from former Soviet military
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    This Luftwaffe helmet started life as Siemens LKp W100 winter flight helmet. It has been period converted to either a flight helmet for a crewman on a larger aircraft or some sort of driver’s helmet. This was accomplished by the removal of all the avionics. The resulting holes were covered with leather and fleece patches over the ears and a small leather patch in the back. An interesting re-purposed flight helmet.
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    This natural, pebbled texture leather magazine pouch is for the German G43/K43 rifle. It is typical of the examples from the horde found a few years back in the Ukraine. This one is marked “ros44”. The pebbled leather is in excellent condition generally. The pouch is exceptionally clean other than some minor rust to the rivets here an there and some minor discoloration spots on one of the pouch bodies. This example also lacks the sloppy over paint found on the metal hardware of items such as this from former Soviet military.
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    SA Medical Pouch in used condition. This pouch is generally in sound condition with regards to the leather. However, it looks as if someone modified it slightly to carry something that protruded out of the pouch as a small triangular notch has been cut out of both the body and lid of the pouch. Other than that, it is solid and well marked for SA property and unit.
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    Offered is this interesting medical service armband that came in a recent lot of DRK items. The body is double layer of white cotton canvas, with a separately applied red cross. This band has a buckle strap instead of being sewn as a continuous loop or left open to sew or pin on. The medal buckle is typical German, and of the same type often seen on German trousers of the period. Very nice.
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    This natural, pebbled textured ersatz magazine pouch is for the German G43/K43 rifle. It is typical of the examples from the horde found a few years back in the Ukraine. This one is unmarked The ersatz leather is in excellent condition generally. The pouch is exceptionally clean other than some minor rust to the rivets. This example also lacks the sloppy over paint found on the metal hardware of items such as this from former Soviet military. One of the leather lid sides does exhibit some damage as shown in the photo.
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    Here is that elusive wartime Soviet canteen you have been looking for. This one is a great example with a decent amount of green paint remaining on the aluminum bottle, and the bottle is largely dent free. The cap seal and retainer chain are both intact. The maker mark is somewhat week, but based on my own experience, this bottle was dated 1941. Included is a good, wartime canteen cover.
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    Offered is a solid K98k bayonet and frog. The blade and scabbard are mismatched, but the condition is excellent. The blade is unsharpened and retains most of the original factory blue. The scabbard has typical surface rust and patina, but is in fine shape with only one small dent. The leather frog is in good condition, slightly dry, but strong and flexible. The lug hole is a little wallowed out, but the scabbard will still remain secure in the leather. The maker mark on the frog cannot be read. A good solid specimen.
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    Typical postwar decorative banner, albeit in a small format.  Great condition overall.  I have not translated it yet. Nice embroidery work.  About 4x12 inches
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    This pair of of jack boots would be great to complete an officer's field uniform. They are a small size (10 inches heel to toe), but in very nice condition. The leather uppers are soft and pliable, and the soles are in good condition as well. The soles are pegged leather construction with rubber finish layer on the heels, and steel heel and toe plates.
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    Unissued Collar Tabs for a Medical branch enlisted man. Clean, unmounted, excellent condition.
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    A nice example of a common award.  The Honor Cross of the World War or as know to collector's as the "Hindenburg Cross" was awarded to participants in the First World War.  This example is in good condition with a nice ribbon.  Some oxidation to the front.  Maker marked on the reverse
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    Medal commemorating the annexation of Czechoslovakia in 1938.  Full pin back and in fine condition overall.  A nice medal.
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    Medal commemorating the annexation of Austria by Nazi Germany in 1938.  Full pin back and in fine condiiton overall.