The holster is actually just a P38 for the Walter gun but marked differently. The holster is in very good – almost perfect – condition and only shows light signs of wear. Nicely marked on the reverse ‘DLWP’ dated 1940, together with a slighty faded Waffenamt acceptance mark. Inside an ink marking P39(t) is placed.
Very nice and complete Wehrmacht binoculars set. The binoculars itself is a well preserved war time produced piece by ‘ESO’. The optics are functional and clear. They still show the radials as well. Comes with its genuine carrying strap and rare bakelite lens protector. The case, made out of bakelite is complete with the two…
Genuine Luftwaffe equipment strap executed in chocolate brown leather. Maker marked and dated (1936) I think, but hard to read. Accepted in the Luftwaffe with a LBA stamp, but only the letter B remains visible. Steel buckle, which was uncommon for that time.
Light worn M31 pattern bread bag. Early pre-1940 production in the typical green/grey color. Complete with its matching carrying strap. Maker marked on the reverse but faded. Most likely produced in 1938. Has a owner tag sewn on the inside to Knickrehm Fr. Missing one button. Hard to find a complete pre-war bread bag!
Genuine light worn M31 pattern Wehrmacht bread bag in very good condition. Mid- to late war manufacturing. Complete with all hooks, straps and buttons. Executed in different shades of green canvas cloth.