• A nice mid to late war General Assault Badge.  Badge appears to be zinc based, but has a high percentage of bright silver finish remaining on both sides.  Unmarked, pin and catch intact.  A nice looking badge.
  • Mid to late war Infantry Assault Badge in silver washed zinc.  Badge is unmarked with and intact pin and catch.  Silver finish remains at about 50%-60%.
  • Offered is this M35 helmet for the Heer.  This helmet is complete with full liner and a slightly shortened chinstrap.  A high percentage of paint and decals remain, despite this helmet being clearly a combat veteran.  Q64 with 39 dated chinstrap, all aluminum hardware.
  • Soviet Ssh-40...   This Helmet is the archetype construction of the 1944-1945 period, that is it has the undyed, natural colored chinstrap.  It has the proper LMZ factory stamp and is a Size 1.  All liner pads are intact and of the proper wartime material and construction. The shell retains a lot of original paint and plenty of patina.  The top of the dome there is a stress fracture, which is not uncommon on these size 1 shells.  Despite the fracture, this helmet is a textbook specimen of a late war Ssh-40, and one we can offer at an attractive price.
  • Offered is the honest Heer M40 with a wartime applied, foliage wire setup.  The helmet is an ET64 reissue.  The liner is complete and solid, but the chin strap has seen better days.  The buckle side is missing, and what is left of the long side appears to have been shorten.  The helmet exhibits a lot of character, with a nice combat worn finish.
  • Standard issue belt buckle for the Heer Enlisted ranks.  This buckle is maker marked and dated 42, so it never had a leather tab.  The buckle retains a high, 90%+ of the original paint with minimal loss and oxidation.  A nice mid-war buckle for your EM collection.
  • For your consideration is this rarity.  Offered is the Luftwaffe survival machete by ALCOSO. Walnut handle with brass furniture and a nice blade.  The scabbard has some denting near the bottom, but the blued finish is in good condition.  This specimen is set apart with it's lovely green web "tropical" frog.  A nice opportunity to pick up an uncommon edged weapon.
  • Date issue of NS-Frauen Warte.  This period magazine directed at women during the 3rd Reich period contained articles on fashion, beauty, sewing etc.  Included in each was a sewing pattern.  They are also full of interesting period advertising.
  • Date issue of NS-Frauen Warte.  This period magazine directed at women during the 3rd Reich period contained articles on fashion, beauty, sewing etc.  Included in each was a sewing pattern.  They are also full of interesting period advertising.
  • Soviet ShM-41 with MT-4 Filter and Carrier.  This mask in in unissued condition from former Soviet military stocks.  Mask, filter, carrier, and hose are all in excellent condition.  We scored a few of these out of Russia just as the Covid pandemic set in.  We waited 6 long months for delivery, but they arrived to us in the U.S.A. and were worth the wait.
  • Soviet ShM-41 with MT-4 Filter and Carrier.  This mask in in unissued condition from former Soviet military stocks.  Mask, filter, carrier, and hose are all in excellent condition.  We scored a few of these out of Russia just as the Covid pandemic set in.  We waited 6 long months for delivery, but they arrived to us in the U.S.A. and were worth the wait.
  • Soviet ShM-41 with MT-4 Filter and Carrier.  This mask in in unissued condition from former Soviet military stocks.  Mask, filter, carrier, and hose are all in excellent condition.  We scored a few of these out of Russia just as the Covid pandemic set in.  We waited 6 long months for delivery, but they arrived to us in the U.S.A. and were worth the wait.
  • Offered is this pair of unissued winter over boot.  Such boots were worn over the regular boots while standing watch or guard in extreme cold.  This pair is near mint, nicely maker marked and 1943 dated
  • Offered is this Soviet Ssh-39 helmet.  This example is a size 2, and the date can be made out to be "39".  This helmet has received a darker green overpaint during its life.  There is nothing broken or cracked, but this helmet does have a small hole drilled through the brim as if it was being hung on a nail at some point.  The chinstrap is a postwar replacement that has had the metal tip removed to approximate the type that was typically applied to these early Ssh-39s.  This is a unique opportunity to obtain an Ssh-39 with the early graylex liner at an affordable price.
  • 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 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.
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