British (Airborne) Mounted Battle Dress 1st Luitenant Royal Corps Of Signals - Mint Condition
A fantastic item of which we do not often find anymore. This an original 1940 pattern battle dress blouse. Fitted with a clear label and sized 13.The jacket is 1944 dated and makers marked Montague Burton Ltd. Leeds.
This battle dress blouse is badged with printed Pegasus formation patches, printed Royal Corps of Signals shoulder tittle (typical Airborne when not abbreviated) and Parach... read more
British Silk Escape Map Holland Belgium France Germany In Original Wallet - Near Mint Condition
In what I consider near mint condition this British Silk Escape map, used by RAF, Airborne and SOE alike. But also by U.S. Aircrew and troops. These maps could be folded and hide easily and would stay readible when becoming wet.
A very good example, the map being double sided of Europe, Holland Belgium, France, Germany. Contained in original rubberised waterproof wallet that is often di... read more
'SS' (ie. 'Waffen-SS') so-called: 'BeVo-weave-style Arm Eagle - Nice Used Condition
A very attractive 'SS' (ie. 'Waffen-SS') so-called: 'BeVo-weave-style', enlisted-mens'- (ie. NCO-) pattern arm-eagle (ie. 'Ärmeladler für Mannschaften u. Unteroffiziere'). The eagle compromises a so-called Veteran bring back and was kept along with a piece of paper with writing (Rank, name and "German Eagle worn on). The paper is very much perished, but adds to the patine of this eagle. read more
Pair Off British Corporal Stripes - Mint Condition
In mint condition this pair off British Corporal Stripes. read more
U.S. (Airborne) Constitution And By-Laws The Parachute Officers Club Fort Benning - Nice Used Condition
The constitution and by-laws of the parachute officers club; Fort Benning, Georgia adopted January 4th 1941.The by-laws mention life members and officers who drank from the Miley Mug on their first appearance in the club. Names include famous officers such as Robert Frederick Sink commander 506 PIR (Band of Brothers) 101Airborne regiment Benjamin H. Vandervoort (82nd Airborne; Saint Mere Egli... read more
U.S. M1 Fixe Bale Helmet With Westinghouse Liner - Nice Used Near Mint Condition
A nice used example of a textbook early U.S. M1 helmet. The helmet shell compromises a so-called fixed bale and front seam example. In nice used near mint condition.
The helmet comes its original M1 liner. In equal nice used condition as the helmet shell. The liner is makers marked Westinghouse. A very attractive U.S. M1 Helmet With Westinghouse Liner, yet can be upgraded. read more
British 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse 1942 - Near Mint Condition
Increasingly hard to find these days; a British 1937 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse. The blouse is in near mint i.e. light used condition. Original mounted with Royal Artillery printed shoulder titles. Fitted with original label, measuring a size 10 and clearly 1942 dated. Makers marked Redman Bros. The blouse is clearly marked with Broad Arrow and War Department markings, as well as the letter "O... read more
U.S. Service Coat i.e. Wool Coat Serge 1940 Original Mounted 17th Airborne Division (Battle of the Bulge) - Nice Used Condition
A highly attractive item, this U.S. Service Coat or so-called Wool Coat Serge. Fitted with original label, dated 1941 and sized 40R the coat was made by C&C Clothing Co. Inc. The jacket is fitted with original mounted insignia to an enlisted men in the Glider Infantry. The badges compromise a combat infantryman badge, Glider wing, Allied Airborne and 17th Airborne Division (Battle of the Bulge)... read more
U.S. (Airborne) Garisson Cap With Parachute Glider Infantry (PIR) Enlisted Mens Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition
A nice example of an officers type garisson cap. Original mounted with Parachute Glider Infantry (PIR) formation patch. A common practice by NCOs. As worn
during D-Day and Market Garden in 1944. Th cap is in nice worn condition with very attractive patina. No size markings yet appears to be around a size 6 7/8. read more
U.S. (Airborne) Parachute Glider Infantry (PIR) Enlisted Mens Cap Badge - Nice Used Condition
This is a nice example of an enlisted mens garisson cap. Original mounted with Parachute Glider Infantry (PIR) formation patch as worn during D-Day and Market Garden in 1944. The cap near mint yet it has some moth damage due to years of storage the inside the cap is stamed with the laundry numbers . Sized 6 7/8. The garisson cap is fitted with the distinct blue piping used for U.S. Airborne tro... read more