Genuine M31 bread bag strap in olive colored green canvas cloth for tropical use. Mid war example in good condition. Has a faded RBNr. maker mark. Perfect to use as a camouflage strap on a helmet (see picture).
Beautiful and well preserved FF33 with genuine (and often missing) leather carrying strap! Exected in brown colored bakelite, shows minimal traces of use. Maker marked by Mix & Genest, dated 1942. SHIPPING ONLY WITH BPOST!
Unissued and mint matching set of tropical ‘Afrikakorps’ equipment straps. Both remain in excellent condition. Unmarked zink buckle and ‘LUX’ marked tip. Both straps are long enough to fit a M31 mess kit.
Hard to find army grain sack, marked with ’15 kg Tabak’. The sack is in well used condition and some of the seams on the edges are open. Still a very nice piece for display and first time ever I encounter an example like this for tobacco.
Very nice gas mask set, complete with straps, mask, filter, spring, cleaning cloth and spare glasses. 1940 dated canister with field post number L-53879, which is from the leichte Flak-Abteilung 842, part of Flak-Regiment 100 and was located in Le Havre (Normandy).
Rubberized gascape pouch (Gasplane Tasche) with genuine cape inside. The pouch has no visible maker markings. De press buttons are marked by PRYM. The cas cape is complete and nicely folded in the pouch.
Excellent nearly unissued M31 Wehrmacht Zeltbahn in Splittertarnmuster camouflage colors. Complete with all buttons and straps. Still has very sharp and vivid colors. Maker marked by Max Scheffel 1939 Grünbach (Vogtl.) and accepted in the Luftwaffe with a L.B.A.39 stamp. There is also a unit mark in black ink that had faded. Beautiful piece!