British Royal Army Ordonance Corps (RAOC) Shoulder Titles
Original printed set of shoulder titles of the Royal Army Ordnance Corps. The set is in mint condition. Perfect for your emblem board or for a battle dress. read more
German Wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) Winter Flight Jacket
Original German wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) winter flight jacket. This is a so-called 'Kanal Jacke'. The jacket still has its original zippers and press studs.
Unfortunately, one of the zippers is not quite complete. The jacket is otherwise in used but neat condition. read more
German Wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) FLAK Officers 'Fliegerbluse'
Original German Wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) Jacket. It concerns a so-called 'Flieger Bluse', as intended for a 'leutnant der Flakartillerie'.
The jacket is made by ALMI in Luxembourg
Nice original tunic in salty condition! read more
German Wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) Flight Boots
Original German Wehrmacht (Luftwaffe) flight boots (Fliegerstiefel).
The boots are complete with "Zipp" zippers and original leather straps at the top of the shaft.
In addition, the boots still have their original soles.
The fur in the boots is somewhat damaged.
Furthermore, a nice pair of flight boots in used condition! read more
German Wehrmacht (Heer) M40 Greatcoat
Original German Wehrmacht (Heer) M40 greatcoat. The greatcoat was the standard equipment of every soldier. The cloak could be worn in cold weather or rain and all other conceivable situations.
The coat has a number of missing buttons. The shoulder piece loops, on the other hand, are present.
The greatcoat is nicely marked with size stamps and the cloak is dated 194... read more
Dutch NSB Membership Badge
Original Dutch NSB Membership Badge. The NSB was the Dutch pro-German Nazi Party. The badge is having a functional pin/catch system. The pin shows some normal scratches and traces of usage and is in overall good used condition. Nice original NSB Member Pin! read more
German Miniature Mother Cross in Bronze
Original German Miniature Mothers Cross in Bronze. The Mother’s Cross was introduced by Adolf Hitler on 16 December 1938 as part of a large propaganda campaign aimed at increasing the birth rate. With the Bronze cross for bearing four or five children, the Silver cross for bearing six or seven children and the Gold cross for bearing eight or more. This is a nice miniature of the bronze grade cr... read more