• Luftwaffe hall bowl, 25cm in diameter. The bowl is free of chips or cracks, but does show scratching and dullness to the glaze from frequent use. It is a bit dirty from storage as well, and could do with a good cleaning. Nicely Luftwaffe marked, maker marked, and dated 1938.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall gravy and sauce boat.  Nice condition with clean upper and exposed side.  There is a chip in the edge of the hidden center foot.  Maker marked with a  nice early date of 1935.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall fork in Aluminum. Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.  Maker marked and dated, LG.K.&F.38. Typical wear from daily use.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall fork in Aluminum. Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.  Maker marked and dated, W.J.S.39. Typical wear from daily use.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall fork in Aluminum. Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.  Maker marked and dated, CPSW39. Typical wear from daily use. Nice Eagle on this one.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall fork in Aluminum. Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.  Maker marked and dated, C.H.39. Typical wear from daily use.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall fork in Aluminum. Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.  Maker marked and dated, W.J.S.39. Typical wear from daily use.
  • Large mess hall serving spoon for the Luftwaffe.  This Aluminum spoon is in nice condition, and shows typical wear from frequent use.  The handle is well marked with the Luftwaffe eagle and is maker marked and dated G.A.G. 41.  Fl.U.V. marked as well.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall table spoon in Aluminum.  Luftwaffe eagle and Fl.U.V. marked.   Maker marked and dated W.J.S.38. Typical wear from daily use.
  • Heer mess hall plate.  A nice plate in good condition, showing typical wear from frequent use.  This specimen is marked with the Heer eagle, and is maker marked for Heinrich & Company, 1938
  • Mess hall serving spoon for the Luftwaffe.  This spoon is silver plate over a brass colored base alloy.  Maker and "Alpacca" marked, 1935 dated.   Some plating loss and scratches relieving the base metal.  No other damage.
  • Mess hall spoon for the barracks of the Luftwaffe.  This spoon has suffered some end damage and was made usable again by smoothing off the damaged area.  The spoon is well marked with the Luftwaffe eagle and is marked HMZ41 on the reverse.  A nice inexpensive piece that would make a good, usable "barracks stolen" spoon for a Luftwaffe reenactor.
  • Luftwaffe mess hall serving bowl.   Well used with typical scratches from frequent use. No chips or cracks.  Well marked on the bottom with the maker, Luftwaffe Adler, and a 1939 date.
  • Mess hall serving bowl for the Deutsche Arbeitsfront or DAF.  This bowl shows a fair amount wear from daily use and has some minor staining to the interior.  It is undated, but carries the DAF cog wheel insignia and is maker marked "KPM".  The bottom portion of the mark around the cog wheel is not legible.
  • Mess hall spoon for the rank and file of the Kriegsmarine.  No maker mark, but  has the "Eagle M" mark for KM.  Scratches, dings, and finish loss from frequent use
  • Mess hall spoon for the rank and file of the Kriegsmarine.  No maker mark, but  has the "Eagle M" mark for KM.  Scratches, dings, and finish loss from frequent use