WW2 German Normandy Camouflaged Gas Mask & Tin
German M38 gas mask with a light green & reddish brown camouflage overspray to canister & both of its original long & short straps with matching green paint to buckles.
Typical of the some of the camouflage schemes found on Normandy related items the light green spray has been applied sparingly to the outside of the canister with the reddish brown colour very typical of the Summer of '44... read more
WW2 German Luger Holster 1936
A very good black leather German luger holster with 1936 date.
Marked to the rear with maker ' WILH.BRAND HEIDELBERG' & 1936 date it also has an early waffenamt inspection mark underneath the date. Both belt loops to the rear are original to it with all other stitching intact. The loading tool pouch to underside of top flap is present with weapon serial number '7429' stamped into the lea... read more
WW2 German Administration Officers Cap
A fabulous army officers saddle form peaked cap which is dark green piped for Administrative staff & has the sought after variation of a green underside to peak with matching green silk lining.
Constructed in a fine thick grey ribbed wool it has a white metal eagle national emblem with silver bullion wreath & cockade which the officer has opted for at his own personal preference. It i... read more
WW1 German M17 Steel Helmet With Monogrammed Owners Name
A quite unique WW1 German M17 helmet that the owner has written his monogrammed initials into with ' 2 K ' for 2nd Kompany .
Helmet retains a very good amount of its original green paint to the exterior with faint pencil written name on the underside of the flared rim which has the same style of 'M' monogram to his name. Maker of the helmet is 'Si66' for Silesia . The metal liner band of... read more
WW1 French Infantry M15 Adrian Helmet
A French infantry M15 Adrian helmet in its original blue factory paint.
This helmet is a good representative example of the WW1 Adrian with some rust & pitting to the outer shell & a minor repair to one of the fingers of its liner. Pint minus from rivets of the comb . Chinstrap present . read more
WW1 British Shell Carrier
A rare set of the WW1 Artillery gunners body worn shell panniers this example for the carriage of 4.5 inch howitzer shells. This specific item of WW1 gunners equipment has been immortalized forever by the depiction of one on the Royal Artillery memorial statue at Hyde Park Corner.
Made of heavy canvas webbing each thigh pocket is a large bucket compartment for the shells with two large ... read more