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Uniforms, headgear, belts, arm bands, shoulder boards, etc.


Uniforms

German

U.19. Civil War era. Brass dome design button with the perched American Eagle logo for C.W. uniform. The button is hallmarked Cumner.Jones & Co. Boston. It is in very good condition..............................$35.

U.37. Very nice Police visor hat eagle/swastika within wreath logo insignia. Hall marked R S & S............$25.

U.38. Very nice pair of black leather marching boots, size 12. The boots are hall marked 30 7 : 22222, have indistinguishable stenciling and the ink hand written name OHLHOFF. The boots are well made, the leather very supple and the soles in very nice condition. There are no rips, cracking, dryness or staining - can be worn today..........................$125.

American, Post- WWII

U.47. Very nice 1950's USMC winter greens. Coat, jacket and trousers, three pieces. Good condition....................$24.

U.48. Very nice 1950's USMC tropical dress shirts. One shirt has a very small 1/4" mendable tear....................$12.

HATS, HELMETS, HEAD GEAR INSIGNIA, ETC.

American, WWII

H.86. WWII style helmet leather headband in very good condition. It was manufactured by Steinberg Bros. Inc........................$20.

H.95. Very nice unissued WWII US bullion CBI arm patch. The patch is made of silk and woven silver thread mounted on a cloth backing. The upper left woven logo represented the Chinese (Sun) and the right upper logo, woven silver star, the Americans. The patch was issued to those serving in the China Burma Indian theater against the Japanese. The patch is in the form of a shield and is 3 1/3" long by 2 1/2" wide. The patch still has three (3) attachment rivets on the back. These allowed the wearer to use the patch on their various uniform jackets and leather coats. The Flying Tigers wore such a logo patch. Again, very nice condition......................$185.

German

NEW! H.102. Very nice original U-48 cap logo badge of the Black Cat times Three (nine lives). The U-48 was a Type VIIB boat and was one of the most successful WWII German U Boats in tonnage sunk. Note the wearing of the badge and it's use as a logo on the "credit for sinking" pennants flown when reaching port after a successful patrol. Rare and in good condition...........$225.NEW!

H.6. Silver Constructed chinless skull badge for a cap - Prussian model with two attachment fold over pins. One slight dent on skull. Unmarked piece in nice condition.........$85.

H.24. Very nice condition Army aluminum wreath/national cockade peak Visor Hat insignia......................................$45.

H.76. WWII German NSDAP visor hat cockade in very fine condition. The red enamel border is entirely present as is the enclosed running swastika. The cockade was worn below the party eagle logo and centered on the front of the high ranking party officials uniform visor hat. The metal constructed cockade has the two attachment prongs and the RZM logo. The cockade is hall marked M1/34. A nice item to complete a hat ensemble......................$45.

H.80. Very nice early SA kep combination eagle / swastika hat pin. The hat pin has all four mounting prongs and again is in very good condition. A very nice and scarce item.....................................$35.

H.82. Very nice original national color overseas cap cloth cockcade with card board backing..........................$15.

H.90. Very nice early hall marked kepi and visor hat metal logo. The NSDAP logos' eagle has scalloped wings, is 25mm by 20mm, has a pin back attachment device and has the RZM code M1/72 (Fritz Zimmermann Stuttgart)...........................$50.

H.91. Very nice eary NSDAP kepi and visor hat logo hall marked M1/49 (Adolf Baumeister Ludenscheid). The pin back attachment and RZM logo are also present. Nice uniform pin......................$50.

H.92. Very nice early multi-piece constructed Police visor hat logo. The eagle is of solid silvered metal and is attached to a hollow back wreath that has two (2) horizontal attachment pins. There is no hall mark, the pin is large and of substance............................$145.

SOLD! H.97. Very nice double decal WWII German Model M-35 Kriegsmarine (Navy) helmet with chin strap and leather tonque liner. On the helmet's rear interior rim is the serial number 3464. On the left interior rim is the helmet size ET64, The helmet retains both decal logos and much of it's exterior and interior ocean green paint scheme. The helmet has one surface indentation on the top as well as a circular surface rust spot. Apparently the helmet was stored up side down therefor resting on the exterior top of the helmet. The chin strap is complete. The liner is a size 57 and a paper found stored within the helmet refers to the aluminum liner strap as R B Nr o251/0 117 dated 1944. The helmet is original and scarce.............................$685.SOLD!

H.98. .Nice consigned German M-40 one piece Luftschutz gladiator style combat helmet with smooth dark blue paint, ridge round circumference and large silver Luftschutz decal on front. The helmet has the serial number 3186, E 66. There are no dents, cracks or rust present. The liner is a leather nine (9) tongue with three (3) cork spacers between the liner band and the shell. The helmet has the entire plastic chin strap still present. Very nice helmet that needs an appreciative home....................................$375.

H.101. Rare enlisted man's Fire Police visor hat. Dark blue wool top, black band – all with Carmine piping. The national cockade is present as is the de-Nazified Landwacht aluminum eagle. The hat has no tears, discoloration or period repairs. The cap was stored resting on it's top which has another items shadow imprint on it. Inside the interior leather head band is a German period newspaper page folded up to make the hat more rigid as was the custom of the day. The visor rim shows some chipping but is otherwise in good condition.
A rare uniform item from that era................................$245.

Arm Bands

AB.40. Mint WWII German Volkssturm armband, 17 1/2" in circumference, 2 7/8" wide. Printed cotton cloth with DEUTSCHER VOLKSSTURM WEHRMACHT and national emblem bordering both sides. Very nice condition..............................$75.

AB.41. Very nice Partei NSDAP multi-piece armband, wide version 4 5/8" wide with a circumference of 12 1/2". The body is cotton with a woven sown on white circular background for a machine woven stitch running swastika. The armband is in good condition with a minor stain on the lower right front. Priced right at...................................................$175.

Shoulder Boards

German

SB.4. Single shoulder strap for a Oberleutnant, Infantry Regiment number 10 in Gothic letters. It has a pip and the Gothic number 10 signifying the unit the wearer served in. Good condition..........................$25.

SB.8. Single collar patch, Luftwaffe Flieger-Oberingenieur, a officer member of the Engineer Corps of the Luftwaffe, in very nice condition....................$35.

Belts, Buckles and Ensembles

NEW! B.43. WWI Western Front Canadian leather shoulder harness belt 38.5" in length with a single tongue brass buckle with seven (7) brass collar and cap insignia. They consist of three (3) hat (cap) badges representing The Essex Regiment, Canada and a badge with the French abbreviated inscription HONI * SOI * QUI * MALY * PENSE. There is a brass uniform shoulder insignia CANADA, a large button with a raised horse head profile, a semi-dome shaped large uniform button with the inscription ROYAL MARINES LIGHT INFANTRY and lastly a very nice silver Cross insignia with the initials B K S (this Cross has a registration number 638232). The belt is in supple and good condition. It needs an appreciative new home...........................$285.NEW!

NEW! B.44. WWI, German Trophy Belt. During WW 1, European Theater, both the Allies and the German Army soldiers sometimes made their uniform belts "trophy belts". The soldier would attach to the belts exterior uniform buttons, coins, cap and collar unit identification badges from the enemy killed in action. This belt is one of them. The belt is made of brown leather, 46" long with a chromed steel buckle. The leather back of the buckle has the initials W.E.V. There are thirty items attached to the belt including a U.S. Army large eagle logo coat button, a brass cap logo for the Australian Commonwealth Military Force, a large German eagle button, a large French service star and twenty-six French coins ( 12 25 centime coins, 8 10 centime coins and 6 5 centime coins). The coins date from 1916, 1917 and 1918. The belt exterior has a hand crafted design with the various items over same, attached by leather loops and by wire. The leather is quite supple and the overall condition is quite good.
Very nice memorial piece to those that lost their lives.............................$325.NEW!

NEW! B.45. Very nice WWI German leather 40.5" "trophy" belt with a very good condition original steel belt buckle (GOTT MIT UNS roundel). The belt has a total of sixty (60) buttons, collar and shoulder insignia representing French, British, Belgium, Commonwealth, even an American, killed in action casualties. Many of the semi-dome shaped button's logos include infantry, artillery and in one case an aviator insignia. Obviously the owner / wearer of this belt was an active infantry man, one who apparently did not become a casualty himself. Very unique and historic time period piece............................... $625.NEW!

B.11. German WW I. Very nice brass constructed WWI German army belt buckle with raised roundel with stamped crown and slogan "GOTT MIT UNS". Early war issue 1914-1915....... ...............$85.

B.12. German WWII German Army/SA brass constructed pebbled designed with gilt overlay double frog belt buckle (3" wide by 2-" H). The buckle is RZM marked M5 301 and was used in combination with a brown leather "Sam Brown" belt ensemble. It is in mint condition...................$95.

SOLD!B.13. English United Kingdom 1850 Army Officer roundel type belt buckle in very fine condition. The two (2) part buckle is of brass construction with a gilt overlay. The raised roundel has a crown with a standing lion design and the slogan "MON DIEU ET DROIT"'. The buckle is 3.5"s wide and 2.25"s in height. A very nice British Empire piece....... ...........$150.SOLD!

B.14. Very nice WWI German Colonial (German West Africa) uniform GOTT MIT UNS belt buckle. The buckle body is stamped copper with a large roundel made from tin/zinc. The belt buckle is in very fine condition...........$85.

SOLD!B.15. Very nice brass constructed post WWI German Front Heil belt buckle. The raised roundel has the WW I German Army helmet and the slogen. The buckle is in fine condition...........................$145.SOLD!

B.16. Very nice WWII German Army black dyed leather belt. The belt is a size 38 in good condition and wearable...............................$45.

B.30. Mint condition RZM marked two sprong gilded belt buckle as worn by Party, SA and high Wehrmacht officials. The buckle is hall marked M5/301. The buckle's dimensions are 3" wide by 1 7/8" high. The buckle's finish is of the miniature pebble design with a very nice gilded finish. The buckle is in unused condition...................$85.

SOLD! B.33 Very nice WWII German Kriegsmarine (Navy) officers Undress belt (dagger belt). The belt is constructed of black ribbed moire fabric which is slightly stiffened, with a black velvet cloth backing. The buckle is of identical design (fouled anchor) as that of the brocade dress belt. It is of solid brass or bronze and gilded and has a ink number 705 on it. The belt is 44" long and has a brown leather strip sewn on the reverse with punched two (pairs) holes so that the belt waist size could be adjusted. The belt has two identical metal slides with circular lion faced plates and a small ring at the base for dagger or sword suspension ring attachment. This original and authentic belt is quite rare and would look great with a pair of hangers and dress naval dagger of sword. The belt is tear, frayed, moth free and complete in design. The leather and metal fittings are likewise in good condition........................$325.SOLD!

SOLD! B.35 Very nice NSDAP Youth belt buckle. The belt has a brass body with two (2) solder holes to the common brass roundel with raised relief of eagle/swastika enclosed wreath. The roundel has the silvered front plate of the early NSDAP style. This same style buckle in all brass was also the early SA EM member buckle...............$165.SOLD!

B.36 Mint belt buckle for an NSDAP official. The body construction is a solid aluminum 60mm belt, gold finished eagle and wreath. There is a oak leaf design to the loop with the two (2) prongs. The buckle is hall marked RZM M4/24. The 24 code is for the manufacturer Friedrich Linden. Rare..............$185.

SOLD! B.40. Very nice WW I German Army "telescope" belt buckle and leather belt. The buckle is made of brass with the silver Prussian roundel center mounted on the front with the GOTT MIT UNS logo. The buckle is of the telescope machine gunner design, 4 1/2" long by 1 7/8" high. The leather belt is 40" in length by 1 3/4' high. The leather is still quite supple. This is a very nice find, recently obtained in Germany..........................................$325.SOLD!

SOLD! B.41. WWI/WWII brass belt buckle worn first by WWI Austro-Hungarian who originated from Yugoslavia and later in the Second World War by enlisted members of the SS HANDCHAR and KAMA Divisions whose troops consisted of Muslims under German command. The buckle is made of stamped out brass, is 2 5/8" across by 2 1/8" high. The logo is of a wielded scimitar sword held by a suit of armour arm with a shield. It is in fine condition and can be worn with most German uniform belts..........................................$75.SOLD!

B.42. Nice WWII German Luftwaffe pebbled aluminum two (2) piece belt buckle. Scarce version as the Luftwaffe wreath enclosed eagle emblem is a separate four prong piece mounted on the main buckle body. From a German estate has the initials BRL scratched on the back side...............................$135.


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 Last Updated July 9, 2013