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M34/39 Greek Helmet

A Greek M34/39 Combat helmet in nice displayable condition but missing two tongues of the leather liner and with the chinstrap broken at one of the bales but still sitting nicely in place. The shell is without damage and retains most of the original finish
Greek helmets were actually Italian made, they were manufactured and shipped to Greece as bare shells, the Greeks then painted them, and installed their own liners and chinstraps, all this just prior to the Italian invasion!
The liner has the stamp of a Cross, a size (57), a Crown and circled with "Greek Army".

Code: 54409

195.00 GBP


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Belgian M31 Adrian Helmet

A Belgian M31 Combat Helmet with a very good shell retaining 90% overall of the original factory finish but badly let down by a liner in relic condition only with just the liner band and some of the clips remaining. The original chinstrap remains in place.
The Belgian M31 was a direct copy of the French Adrian. Produced in Belgium from 1931 it retained (with minor modifications) the Lions Head that was affixed to the WWI Adrian's. The major visual difference between the Belgian and French helmets is the more flared sides and brim of the Belgian, the French M26 had a much lower profile.
Displays well.

Code: 54408

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BDM Sleeve Gebiet Triangle - West Moselland

An unissued and near excellent example of a 1936 pattern Sleeve Triangle for the West Moselland district worn on the upper left sleeve by members of the BDM.
Constructed with a black rayon background in the shape of an isosceles triangle 700 x 600mm and with district name in silver thread, male members of the HJ having the name in gold.
To the reverse is an undamaged RZM label with the manufactures number A4/213 (Ewald Beiersmann) one of the more prolific manufactures of these badges.
The BDM, Bund Deutscher Mädel, (League of German Girls), was the female counterpart of the male Hitler Jugend, (Hitler Youth), for girls aged 15-17, and was originally established in December 1928 as the Schwesternschaft der HJ, (Sisterhood of the HJ).

Code: 53892

125.00 GBP


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BDM Sleeve Gebiet Triangle - Sud Franken

A very good uniform removed example of a 1936 pattern Sleeve Triangle for the Sud Franken district worn on the upper left sleeve by members of the BDM.
Constructed with a black rayon background in the shape of an isosceles triangle 700 x 600mm and with district name in silver thread, male members of the HJ having the name in gold.
To the reverse is a slightly damaged RZM label with the manufacture’s number A4/357 (Kruse & Sohne), one of the more prolific manufactures of these badges, and three press fasteners suggesting this Gebiet Triangle was for wear on a shirt.
The BDM, Bund Deutscher Mädel, (League of German Girls), was the female counterpart of the male Hitler Jugend, (Hitler Youth), for girls aged 15-17, and was originally established in December 1928 as the Schwesternschaft der HJ, (Sisterhood of the HJ).

Code: 53893

145.00 GBP


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Kriegsmarine Breast Eagle in Golden Wire

A very nice early Kriegsmarine Breast Eagle in hand embroidered golden wire.
Clearly uniform removed the Eagle is in overall very good condition and retains the paper backing marked H&S

Code: 53897

95.00 GBP


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WW1 Iron Cross First Class

A very nice factory vaulted example of an WW1 design but Third Reich period produced factory vaulted Iron Cross First Class.
Produced as a replacement piece for veteran recipients these are less often encountered than the WW1 produced crosses.
Overall condition is very good with a nice patina.
Rare to see the early design produced in the Third Reich period.

Code: 54128

165.00 GBP


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1915 dated British Flexible Trench Saw

A British WWI flexible blade chain saw complete with detachable handles and leather carrying pouch.
At each end of the chain is a substantial steel ring through which two wooden handles attach allowing easy use by two men at the same time. The ring on one end is maker marked Francis Wood & Sons Sheffield, along with a War Department arrow. The other ring is dated 1915 and these rings accept the wooden handles both of which are dated 1915.
The components fit neatly into a typical M1903 lined leather belt pouch made by John Round and dated 1915. The pouch has large belt loops for a Pattern 1907 Web Belt.
Overall condition is very good with some loss to the stitching at the base of the pouch and where the brass closure stud is attached.
Two further tools appear to be missing from the kit.

Code: 53904

75.00 GBP


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NSKK Sleeve Eagle

A good and perhaps unissued NSKK Sleeve Eagle for wear on the brown tunic.
Overall condition is good but with a vertical grey mark to the silver machine embroidered wire over the last K on the banner and the top of the eagle’s left wing, possibly the result of a label having been attached at some time.
The original manufacture’s label remains in place on the reverse

Code: 52851

95.00 GBP


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NSKK Cap Eagle

NSKK Cap Eagle
A superb unissued example of the rare NSKK Cap Insignia for wear on the Kepi and Luftwaffe style Peaked or Visor Cap.
This is the second pattern version in virtually mint condition and made in stamped aluminium with a silver wash finish.
The often missing prongs are in place and have never been unfolded and the hollow back shows the clear RZM markings M1/102 (Insignia code / Frank & Rief Stuttgart) along with the RZM mark itself.
A lovely piece which could not be upgraded

Code: 54407

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Wartime Plastic Economy Badge - South Wales Borders

An excellent undamaged example on blades which have never been unfolded.

Code: 50401

35.00 GBP


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