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(S165) A Nice example of a near mint Luftschutz Helmet being the standard type made in three basic component parts. The helmet has the Luftschutz decal to the front which is about 98% intact. This has a nice swastika on an oakleaf backing flanked by two wings and the wording "Luft Schutz". The helmet retains much of its original dark blue paint and is complete with its original adjustable chin strap and liner, although one of the rivets has popped on the chin strap. The liner is marked 55 and 76 and is of soft, supple leather fixed into the helmet by four rivets, equally spaced. The helmet is also marked both with a paint for luft unit and stamped in with a metal punch. The digits RL2-39/42. A very very nice item. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)

(K1207) A German 20 cm wide by 2 metre long Army Bandage still in it's original wrapper. The bandage is packed up and marked Salzburg and was carried in the bottom of the tunic in a little bandage pocket. Nice to find item. A good talking point.

GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(K1208) A Small tube of Brandpuder, which appears to be a fire propellant. In very nice condition and unused. It contains 20 grams and was made in Berlin. An unusual item and a good talking point.

GBP 20.00 (UK Pounds)

(L613) An unusual NSDAP Car Bonnet Badge. The badge is approximately 1 in diameter, with two bolt fixings affixed to the base. The badge is chrome plated over brass and as far as I can see, is unmarked.

GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(M164) A Nice example of the litte Car Badge for the German Automobile Association. The badge shows an eagle with the letters DDAC to its chest above a swastika in a circle. To the base is the motto "Fur Treue Dienste", this is within a blue box. The badge measures about 2 inches by about 21/4 high. Nice little badge to acquire for the German Motor Car Badge collectors.

GBP 99.00 (UK Pounds)

(N923) A set of german sun and sand gogles as worn by members of the German Afrika Korps in the western Dessert. The gogles are in near mint ex stores condition

GBP 10.00 (UK Pounds)

(P512) A seldom seen (Well by me anyway) German MG 34 Starter Belt tool. The tool is marked HB 8 40 and eagle and swastika marked GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(S175) An Unusual Item being a disposable Plastic Sports Day Cup, of red celluloid plastic. These type of cups were used at many events from sports days to other impromptu gatherings and consist of the red celluloid, with a black swastika on a white roundel, with a card base. Obviously, these were for one use only and so it is quite surprising it has survived thus far. A nice unusual talking point. It would be good for film prop display, etc. We only have a couple left GBP 15.00 (UK Pounds)

(S215) A well used German WWII Air Defence Luftschulz Helmet that has the Luftschulz Decal about 80% intact. The helmet is stamped 547, with possibly a 2 in front of this, but it is hard to see and Q60. It has the blue paint reasonably well intact, but the helmet appears to be used and worn as they are cinder burns to the top of it. To the inside, it is complete with its liner, but this has split where the central cord ties it all together. The chin strap is complete, but again strained and the leather is fragile. It is size marked 56 to the leather. All the rivets are intact and it holds the liner in place. A nice example of one of these Luftschulz helmets, for air defence and flak gunner use etc. This is the equivalent of the English ARP. GBP 175.00 (UK Pounds)

(S166) A Nice example of a Luftschultz Helmet modelled on the standard M36 helmet. The decal to the front is about 90% intact and the helmet retains about 90% of its paint finish. The helmet has obviously done its work, as there are phosphorus marks to the top, of a splatter pattern, protecting the wearer. The helmet has a nice leather liner held in place by three rivets and like the original N36, this helmet has one vent hole either side. Complete with its buckle belt style chin strap, the helmet is in nice overall condition, that was obviously worn in service a few times. The leather liner is marked, but the rubber stamping is too hard to see. Around the edge of the steel helmet, you have the numbers 029 and then NS64. GBP 295.00 (UK Pounds)


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