U.S. Early M17 Model 50 CAL Ammunition Box - Nice Used Condition
With no aparent damages and fitted with original webbing handgrip. This ammunition box is in overall nice condition with original text still visible, yet clearly used. The M17 Ammunition Chest was adopted 9 March 1942 for .50 caliber machine gun ammunition, replacing the .50 cal. wood ammunition box and the M3 Ammunition Chest. These boxes were not intended to mount on the gun, but fed the cart... read more
U.S. (Airborne) Metal Cigarettes Box - Nice Used Condition
An attractive private-purchase metal i.e. gold coloured cigarette box. The box is fitted with a "Senior Paratrooper" Jump Wing. In overall nice used condition. read more
British (Airborne) 1st Model Folding Stretcher - Mint Condition
Increasingly hard to find these days; a first model British (Airborne) 1st Model Folding Stretcher. The first model is executed with round knobs on the handlebars. These type of folding stretchers were designed for the Medical troops attaced to Airborne units such as the Field Ambulance units. The stretcher bears its orginal paint, and the original mounted canvas is excellent condition. A fanta... read more
British (Airborne) Folding Stretcher - Near Mint Condition
IMO in near mint condition, with some trace of wear and minor damage to the canvas from folding and open the stretcher. This so-called 2nd model British (Airborne) Folding Stretcher. Designed for use within medical units attached to Airborne troops such as the field ambulance. The trace of use adding to the patina of this stretcher. read more
WH (Luftwaffe) Belt Buckle And Leather Belt - Nice Used Condition
In clear nice used condition, yet with a very attractive patina. This bluish-coloured Luftwaffe belt buckle fitted on original leather tab. The makers mark and date hard to read but appear to be 1941 and makers marked J.C. Mahecke. The buckle is IMO original mounted its original black leather belt that measures a size 95. The belt is clearly marked with RBN 0/0374/0142.
An attractive y... read more
U.S. Aluminium Milk Pitcher 1941 - Nice Used Condition
An U.S. U.S. Aluminium Milk Pitcher with spring loaded lid. Clearly marked U.S. and dated 194. Makers marked A.G.M. Co. In overall nice used condition. read more
U.S. Pyrotechnic i.e. Flare Pistol AN-M8 For Glider and Aircraft With Leather Holster - Mint Condition
This is a mint example of a U.S. Pyrotechnic i.e. Flare Pistol; model AN-M8. This model of flare pistols would mainly have been used within Gliders and aircraft during the war. The pistol is marked with a triangle "U.S. Property Pistol Pyrotechnic M8" and the initials M W S C, which research suggests stands for Smith & Wesson Co. as its maker.
The pistol comes with original brown leathe... read more
U.S. Pyrotechnic i.e. Flare Pistol 1943 - Mint Condition
A very attractive and IMO mint example of an U.S. Pyrotechnic i.e. Flare Pistol. Manufactured by the International Flare Signal Co. in September 1943. The frame is executed in brass and fitted with a steel barrel. The pistol is fitted with original mounted lanyard. A textbook example of a U.S. Flare Pistol that cannot be upgraded. read more
U.S. M2 Artillery Compass And Leather Carrying Pouch - Nice Used Condition
A very nice pair of U.S. M2 Artillery Compass and leather M19 Carrying pouch.
Both compass and pouch can be clasified as nice used condition. The pouch is clearly marked Case Carrying M19 and the compass is clearly marked M2 and with a serial number. Can be upgraded. read more