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Beautiful LW officer's dress brocade belt and buckle maker marked ASSMAN. I doubt there would be a finer example anywhere. The officer's circular belt buckle was introduced on July 9th, 1937 along with the brocade belt for wear by officer's. Silver was for ranks from Lieutenant to Oberst while ranks of General Major up were in gold
In great shape with its keeper. The officers circular belt buckle was issued on July 9th , 1937. Silver was issued to ranks from Lieutenant to Oberst while ranks of General Major up were in gold. Please note the second keeper shown on buckle in photos does not belong to the buckle.
This is one rare helmet, it has traces of the white camouflage paint remaining, it has an original and in fine condition liner, the chinstrap is original and nice and the tie string is original. There is no rust whatsoever, ( as many have ) it is named and if it could talk what a story it could tell. Makers stamp is CKL64 batch no:5046. Just a beautiful and complete combat helmet. Shipping always only at cost.
In great condition a pair of original of WW11 German mountain troops boots ( Gebirgsjager ) . All studs present, leather in fine and supple condition. These are as rare as but I have priced mine below similar and in poorer condition ones I have researched for sale. Shipping will only be charged at cost.
Dated 1942 this field dressing was manufactured by Lohmann K.G. Fahr a RH.
In perfect unopened condition,
Free shipping anywhere on this original Wehrmacht issue bandage.
In really nice overall condition, no internal rust as so many have. There are unit markings under the side vent which could be researched. The liner is a replacement, with a stamped RBNr and in nice supple condition with an original tie string. Manufacturers stamp is HKP64 with batch no:3479. A great example of an M42.
These same type boots were often seen on SS female concentration camp guards. The notorious and postwar executed SS guard Irma Grese is pictured wearing similar. These were procured from Germany and are in fine condition. Perfect for a mannequin of any Helferinnen personell of all services. Obviously these are very rare and desirable.
Another pair of Helferinnen combat boots, again similar to SS concentration camp guards. Also used in various services by female personell, I've seen photos of Luftwaffe Helferinnen manning the anti-aircraft flak guns with similar. Again these were sourced from Germany and are in fine condition.
RZM Bevo style cufftitle, unissued, no pulls or flaws.
Has the correct seven strand wire borders.
This one came to me as part of a trade with a local dealer.
I gave him credit for $1500 Australian dollars but I believe $1250 is a fair price.
Free shipping on this one.
In nice condition with an interior label stating it was manufactured in Australia in 1944, size is 7 and 1/8th.
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