• Offered is this super cut off.  This Heer Enlisted ranks breast eagle has been cut with a large swatch of HBT tunic cloth.   Condition is excellent
  • For your consideration is this Krim Shield.  This is a super specimen for the collector preferring worn or tunic removed examples.  This piece is tunic removed, but remains in excellent overall condition.  With the distinctive recesses in the counter plate for the shield prongs, it is a match for "Unknown Maker 1.19" in the Sascha Weber book on the Krim Shield..
  • Offered is this elusive piece of Soviet field gear.   Considering the numbers in which the PTRD and PTRS anti-tank rifles were deployed by the Red Army, these ammo carriers rarely come to market.  This specimen has all the hallmarks of wartime construction.  A bit soiled, but in excellent condition. Appears unissued from military stocks.
  • This rank chevron is quite interesting.  An early piece from the Reichsmarine or possible earlier.  It has been upgraded to Hauptgefreitor as result of a promotion.  It is cut noticeably larger than the typical 3rd Reich era rank insignia.   Back cloth is a dark blue.  The chevron braids have a nice patina, particularly the two stripes that were original to the factory piece before the promotion upgrade.
  • Wartime Luftwaffe Seat/Parachute.  This is an incomplete specimen as far as the packing is concerned.  We have not (and will not) unpack it further.  Oral history on this item is that it was sent home to be used for a wedding dress by a vet that ended up KIA before the war's end.  There is no further provenance to this.   What remains is in good condition and quite clean. Some dents and scuffs to the aluminum seat form.  Designation label is intact.  This would make a good place holder in a Luftwaffe flieger collection as 100% complete rigs can get quite expensive.
  • Standard issue blanket of the Kriegsmarine.  Heavy wool construction and in good condition overall.  There are a few small holes about, but a nice clean specimen
  • Offered is this rather nice Red Army Tent/Poncho or "Plasch Palatka".   This one is nice because of the relatively low level of fading to the olive color.  It is an earlier specimen, appears to be dated 38 or 39.  Most of the toggles are in place.  The drawstrings are partially there.  The leather corner grommets a very soft and flexible, which is uncommon to see. If you needed one for a Red Army display or kit, this is a strong candidate.
  • Offered is this small lot of 3 "Sweatheart" souvinier pillow cases.  Typical, PX sold, artificial silk items inscribed with Army posts, branch of service etc.
  • A popular G.I. souvenir for obvious reasons.  This example is in super condition, with only some minor stains.  The graphics remain very strong.  
  • White silk parachute canopy and chords.  Unsure how complete this is, but it is quite large as one would expect.  Consignor says it is dated, but we have not found it yet... still looking and will amend this listing should we find it.
  • Offered is this elusive piece of Soviet field gear.   Considering the numbers in which the PTRD and PTRS anti-tank rifles were deployed by the Red Army, these ammo carriers rarely come to market.  This specimen has all the hallmarks of wartime construction.  A bit soiled, but in excellent condition. Appears unissued from military stocks.
  • Offered is this desirable Soviet camouflage over suit.  This is the spring version in Green and Dark Brown, of the classic Amoeba Pattern that is so iconic to Soviet scouts and combat engineers.  This suit is from an old collection, and has come from former military stocks in mint, unissued condition.  Consists of the Smock, Trousers, and Issue Bag.  Absolutely genuine, this suit has the proper construction, in the the correct and almost "whisper thin" cotton cloth.  Pattern exhibits the high degree of ink bleed through to the inside, that is so telling to original camouflage of this type.  All the original, composite resin buttons are present.  Just an outstanding piece.
  • Pre-war Soviet Ssh-36 Helmet Shell.   This shell is in nice condition, with a high percentage of the original paint remaining.  Also included is the original, buckle side to the chin strap.  No visible ink stamp, but impact stamped size 3, so a Medium-Large.  The left and right side liner mounting tabs are each missing 1 prong.   This is an excellent candidate for living history rebuild.
  • German Luftschutz "Gladiator" helmet...  This specimen is without a front decal.  Shell, Paint, and chinstrap are in solid condition.  The three-flap style liner has both fingers torn through .  The rear, interior decal is fairly banged up as well.   Helmet remains a decent example.
  • U.S. Issue Shoulder Holster for M1911.  This holster has a few scuffs, but it is in unused, unissued condition otherwise. Maker marked and dated "U.S. Enger-Kress, 1944"
  • Plaque is a heavy bronze medallion on wood, and commemorates service on the U.S.S. Little Rock,  Named to the reverse.
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