Standard M40 pattern flat woven BeVo-Weave (From the BeVo-Wuppertal cloth factory) cap eagle and cocarde. Pale green examples, issued in 1940. To be worn on a M34 pattern overseas-, M42-, or M43 army cap. Worn and removed pieces.
Very early ca.1939/40 made set of red piped artillery shoulders boards. Still having pieces of left over ‘stone grey’ wool on the tongues. Boards show normal wear and a few moth bites. Very attractive pair that saw a lof of action!
Excellent set of pith helmet decal shields. Army eagle and tricolor, would go on each sides of the tropical ‘Afrikakorps’ pith helmet. Second pattern shields, executed in zink. Complete with all prongs intact.
Beautiful worn Jäger sleeve badge in good condition. A variant embroidered on thin silk cloth – first time I’ve encountered this. Perfect example for the variant collector and/or if you need a worn patch with that small amount of wear to it!
Very rare army officer ‘T-eagle’ in mint unissued condition. BeVo made example with silver flatwire woven on thin dark green cloth. To be worn on a mountain troopers officer cap ‘Bergmütze für Offiziere’.
Genuine pair of orange piped Feldgendarmerie (Military Police) officer shoulder boards for the rank of Oberleutnant. Desirable branch and also complete with slip on tongues under the boards to attach them to a jacket. Shows no actual wear.