SHIPPING ON DEMAND! PLEASE INQUIRE FIRST BEFORE COMMITTING TO BUY Very nice and well preserved standard officers saber maker marked by ASW Alcoso Solingen. Shows normal wear. Blade is perfect and shiny. Comes with its original hanger! SHIPPING ON DEMAND! PLEASE INQUIRE FIRST BEFORE COMMITTING TO BUY
Genuine light worn brown leather Wehrmacht equipment belt in light worn condition. The leather is still supple and strong. Maker markes are faded but the date 1939 is still visible. The alumium hook is maker marked by OLC. Unit marked as well. Size marked 102cm (large).
Genuine light worn brown leather Wehrmacht equipment belt in light worn condition. The leather is still supple and strong. Maker markes are faded but the date 1939 is still visible. Size marked 98cm (large).
Amazing, nearly MINT and excellent preserved army officers dagger. Complete with portepee and hangers. The blade is just PERFECT. Maker marked by a less common maker C. Gustav Spitzer, Solingen. A really stunning dagger – I will let the pictures do the talking.
Beautiful first pattern Luftwaffe officer dagger in very good condition. Maybe the best one I have own for a while. Aluminum parts, still shiny and showing nice details. Swastika’s are all retaining their gold color, that is often gone. Leather scabbard shows minimal wear and retains its ocean blue color. The chain is maker marked…
Stunning and rare transitional SA dagger in good condition. These daggers were produced in the small period between the maker marks and the RZM marks and carried both logo’s on the blade. This example was made by Wilhelm Wagner (RZM M7/25) from Solingen-Merscheid and is rated 7/10 in rarity! Comes with its matching hanger, also…
Genuine Luftwaffe equipment strap executed in chocolate brown leather. Accepted in the Luftwaffe with a LBA stamp, but not clearly visible to the damages. Maker mark is gone as well but based on the construction I would say it is made in 1940.
Worn M31 pattern Wehrmacht bread bag. Missing one button on top, but i’ve added a loose one to attach. Has a RAD acceptance stamp inside, dated 1939 – but could of course serve for a army/km/ss set up.
Very nice and nearly MINT, unissued steel constructed Hitlerjugend belt buckle with 99% of its genuine silver finish intact. Still has a small part of the RZM paper label around the catch (is ripped off). Maker marked on the reverse by RZM M5/276 (Klein & Quenzer, Idar-Oberstein).
Well preserved military Waffen-SS typewriter by Olympia. Fully funcitonal and in good conditon. Has the desirable SS button, but the original SS stamp has been replaced with a ‘DM’ (Deutsche Mark) stamp.
Rare and desirable carryingframe with most of its original en genuine straps attached. only a couple missing but more than enough to strap down equipment. These Tragegestell pieces were often used to carry MG ammo boxes during the Battle Of The Buldge. Maker marked by BVK and dated 1945.
Nice and good looking army grain sacks ‘Heeres-Verpflegungs sack’ from 1944. The sacks remains in unissued condition and look really good. Nice item for display. I have 4 identical examples for sale at 75 euro a piece.