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U.S. Air Force Pilot Flight E6B Computer Named - Near Mint Condition

U.S. Air Force Pilot Flight E6B Computer Named - Near Mint Condition

A very nice and highly attractive U.S. Air Force Pilot Flight E6B Computer. Used by pilots to calculate ranges and flight path. The device is clearly makers marked Cruver MFG Co. Chicago Ill. And comes in its original leather wallet. The device is also named to a Major Edward C Locke AAF adding to the patina of this item. Hard to upgrade!  read more

Code: 55803

145.00 EUR

U.S. Grease Gun and/or Thompson 45 CAL Ammo Pouch - Mint Condition

U.S. Grease Gun and/or Thompson 45 CAL Ammo Pouch - Mint Condition

This is a stunning and IMO mint example of a carrying pouch for Grease Gun 45 Cal ammunition.
The pouch is executed in thick canvas material and clearly marked on the front. The pouch is fitted with original canvas strap and full working press stud. Cannot be upgraded!  read more

Code: 55787

75.00 EUR

U.S. Officers Wool Shirt - Nice Used Condition

U.S. Officers Wool Shirt - Nice Used Condition

In IMO nice used to near mint condition. This U.S. Wool Officers shirt. Executed with the shoulderboards and in the darker green shade. The shirt is fitted with original makers label
"Bendone Military Shirt New York". There appears no size label, yet the shirt compromises a decent mannequin size. With original mounted formation patch.  read more

Code: 55786

125.00 EUR

U.S. First Allied Airborne Army Formation Patch - British Made

U.S. First Allied Airborne Army Formation Patch - British Made

This is a British made example of a Allied Airborne Army Formation patch. IMO unissued but with some damages on the edges.
The First Allied Airborne Army was an Allied formation formed on 2 August 1944 by the order of General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Supreme Allied Commander of the Allied Expeditionary Force. The formation was part of the Allied Expeditionary Force and controlled all A...  read more

Code: 55781

45.00 EUR

Wehrmacht Mess Kit M31 (Kochgeschirr 31) - Nice Used Condition

Wehrmacht Mess Kit M31 (Kochgeschirr 31) - Nice Used Condition

A clear used and unmarked example of a Wehrmacht Mess Kit M31 (Kochgeschirr 31). The 'Kochgeschirr 31' was introduced on 23 March 1931.  read more

Code: 55776

45.00 EUR

WH (HEER) Gamasche i.e. Gaiters - Nice Used Condition

WH (HEER) Gamasche i.e. Gaiters - Nice Used Condition

An overall nice used pair of WH (HEER) Gamasche i.e. Gaiters. The pair is matching and in clear used condition. One of the gaitors are marked with a RBN number, yet hard to read. Also one of the leather straps is partly broken. Can be upgraded, yet an attractive pair.  read more

Code: 55758

70.00 EUR

Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition

Canadian Breach Cover For .303 Lee Enfield Rifle - Unissued Condition

An unissued and clearly 1944 dated breach cover for the .303 Lee Enfield Rifle. The breach cover was produced for the Canadian army as can be related to the @ shaped Broad Arrow. The cover comes with its original leather laces and is in absolute mint and unissued condition.  read more

Code: 55709

25.00 EUR

U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt Boyt 1942  - Mint Condition

U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt Boyt 1942 - Mint Condition

IMO in mint condition, this U.S. M1937 BAR Cartridge Belt. Executed in two components and clearly U.S. marked. The makers mark is visible i.e. Boyt and dated 1942. Hard to be upgraded.  read more

Code: 55711

175.00 EUR

U.S.  WAC (Women's Army Corps) Class “A” jacket Dated 1943 - Unissued Condition

U.S. WAC (Women's Army Corps) Class “A” jacket Dated 1943 - Unissued Condition

In incredible unissued and so-called "new old stock" this U.S. WAC (Women's Army Corps) Class “A” jacket. Clearly fitted with original quartermaster tickets on the sleeves. The jacket compromises a size 38S Dated March 22 1943 in is in excellent condition out of storage. Fitted with all original period buttons. including collor buttons (nurse collor buttens are reproductie) Cannot be upgraded.  read more

Code: 55561

275.00 EUR

Set Of Somerset Light Infantry Shoulder Titles - Nice Used Condition

Set Of Somerset Light Infantry Shoulder Titles - Nice Used Condition


A very nice yet IMO non-matching pair of embroided shoulder titles off the Somerset Light Infantry. compromising the so-called glue-back types.
Both the 4th and 7th battalions served in the North West Europe Campaign after the Normandy landings on 6 June 1944, D-Day. The division fought very well in the Battle of Normandy, particularly so during the Battle for Caen in Operation ...  read more

Code: 55565

75.00 EUR