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caWWI Prussian commemorative fob chain medal depicting Prussian soldiers in the trenches with a nickel bullet suspended below. The chain incorporates miniature representations of 2 German Mauser rifles. Impressive. (P)
Aeronautica: WWII Messerschmitt BF 109 cockpit clock ca1940 with black dial & rotating bezel with luminous markings & hands, the back plate with bayonet fixing. Small disc on rear marked Borduhr, Great Nr 121-553A & h/s 644189. Sold in condition as seen but appears to be working order. Mounted on perspex display stand. Rare. (P)
 SOLD at A$350
Medal: 1939 Iron Cross First Class 3 piece construction, near full black on centre, pin back, no makers marks. Test marks & remains of varnish on reverse. In fitted case, LDO maker's logo on inner lid lining. Case closes nicely. VF.
Medal: 1939 Iron Cross First Class, full black on centre, 3 piece construction, with standard form of screw back. Reverse small pin at top, maker's mark L/16 (Steinhauser und Luck, Ludenscheid) at base. In modern fitted case with Iron Cross on outer lid. VF.
 SOLD at A$275
Award badge. Krim Shield. The Crimea Shield (Krimschild) was instituted on the 25th July 1942 and awarded to military personnel under the command of Generalfeldmarschall Erich von Manstein who fought against Soviet Russian forces and captured the Crimea region (Krim) between 21 September 1941 and 4 July 1942. As well as the German forces, the shield was also awarded to soldiers of the Romanian Armed Forces who participated in the Crimea campaign.Bronze coloured metal shield, grey-green backing, tin backing plate, all lugs present. Trace of old backing paper. GC.
 SOLD at A$150
Award Badge: Kuban Shield. magnetic with green army background & original backing paper. Instituted on the 20th September 1943, the Kuban Battle Shield (Kubanschild) was awarded to those who fought to preserve the bridgeheads in the Kuban region from February 1943 until they were abandoned in October.GC
 SOLD at A$100
Bayonet: WWII 584/98 Bayonet with ribbed grips, steel scabbard a leather frog. Matching numbers to bayonet & scabbard. Bayonet marked for maker Jos Corts. Condition excellent with near full bluing, scabbard odd surface marks. Frog dated 1943. GC,
 SOLD at A$180
Bayonet: WWII K98 Bayonet with plain wooden grips, steel scabbard & leather frog. Bayonet marked 'S/1556' blade with 70% bluing. Scabbard GC with no dents. Bayonet & scabbard matching nos 2392. Frog also in GC.
 SOLD at A$130
Bayonet: WWII model 84/98 with ribbed grips, steel scabbard & leather frog. Bayonet marked "Carl Eickhorn & stamped 39 (for 1939) blade ex condition with original bluing. Scabbard GC. Bayonet & scabbards numbers do not match. Leather frog strap with tear, fragile.
 SOLD at A$100
Dagger: WW2 Army Officers Dagger with dark orange handle by WKC Solingen. Blade in GC, no rust or nicks, in its pebbled scabbard (minor dents to base). With portapee & hangers (both worn). Good original dagger.
 SOLD at A$700
Bayonet: WWII Model S84/98 Afrika Korps issue. Bayonet with plain wood grips, steel scabbard & web frog, matching numbers to bayonet & scabbard. Bayonet marked 'FW Heller & 37' blade with near full original bluing. Original khaki web frog. Detailed purchase ticket attached.
 SOLD at A$400
Equipment Belts: WWII Africa Korps Web belt with leather prong strap, buckle missing paint but with web tab. Belt with metal ends, has seen considerable use, web dirty, frayed edges top & bottom. Plus 2nd web belt with Heer belt buckle, no prong strap, buckle prongs have penetrated belt. Metal belt hook with Afrika paint finish (2 belts).
 SOLD at A$375
Equipment: Water bottles WWII Afrika Korp coconut style water bottle by Rilter Alfunit D.R.Pa with original brown bakelite top & khaki web straps (small leather strap around neck), with original plastic cup. No dates visible. Normal service wear GC plus WW2 Heer aluminium water bottle dated 1941 with black bakelite top, felt outer cover & leather straps (no cup). Service wear to straps, bottle & cover VGC. (2).
 SOLD at A$230
Equipment: WW2 Zeltbahn 31 shelter quarter Standard Army Splinter pattern double sided camouflage GC with all metal buttons. Few small field repairs with 2 leather utility straps, 1 dated 1940. The Zeltbahn was used in wet weather as a poncho & 4 of these joined together to make a tent.
 SOLD at A$150
Equipment: WW2 Zeltbahn 31 shelter quarter Standard Army Splinter pattern double sided camouflage. GC but missing 2 buttons & has a few small paint spots. The Zeltbahn was used as a wet weather poncho & 4 of these joined together to make a tent.
Banner: 1933-45 Nazi Cloth banner, black Swastika on white circle on red background, heavy linen? Material, metal eyelets in UR & UL cnrs only. Odd tiny hole o/w VGC. 1960x960mm. This type of banner would have been hung inside buildings.
 SOLD at A$220
Banner: Original WWII Nazi Party Banner (approx 3700mm x 1400mm). This type of banner hung outside all official buildings used by the Nazis in Germany & occupied countries. This banner has seen substantial use & has been repaired by replacing the old lower part of the banner with new red material. The upper part of the banner has faded due to long-time exposure to the elements & has some minor tears & repairs (original colour can be seen on reverse of tears). The white central background of the banner is heavily soiled. Undoubted genuine. A very interesting banner, probably repaired late in the war as replacements could no longer be obtained.
Cap: WWII Army Afrika Korps Tropical Enlisted Ranks side cap post 1942, khaki colour woven eagle & national emblem, 2 steel eyelets, red cotton lining h/s size 56 & 2590/0026/43 & R.Btr-Nr. 0/0268/5044 small hole in fabric on top o/w GC with little overall wear. These caps were unpopular with troops as they offered no protection from the sun & were dumped in favour of the pith helmet & M41 cap.
 SOLD at A$425
Cap WWII M41 Kreigsmarine Enlisted Rank's sand coloured Cap, French made. Colour is correct with gold thread eagle & cloth national cockade 4 brass eyelets. Gold colour lining, size 55½. Partial French maker's h/s in black. Service wear, lining sl frayed at rear opening split o/w GC. A textbook example of a French middle German navy tropical cap.
 SOLD at A$450
Helmet: 1939-45 M40 Afrika Korps Steel Combat Helmet. Wear to original liner & chinstrap dry but comp, missing drawstring. Single decal considerable wear about 20% remains, 50% wear to the sand coloured finish on the outer shell. Stamped 964. Nice original helmet. (P)
 SOLD at A$1800
Helmet: 1939-45 M40 Steel Combat Helmet with single Decal. Nice original finish, decal original, liner & chinstrap. Liner wear & dry, no draw string. 11415 stamp on rear edge, EF64 stamped at side (Emillier Werke A.G). VGC.
 SOLD at A$475
Helmet: 1939-45 M42 Army/Waffen SS Steel helmet. Original field grey/green painted finish. Size 57 tan line showing minimal use, chinstrap in excellent condition. Stamp 3883 Finish 90%. A very pleasing helmet.
 SOLD at A$450
Helmet: WW2 Pith Helmet or M40 Tropenhelm as utilised by the Afrika Korps. This helmet is original but a little battered with Canvas covering. Sweat band is missing & chin strip has tear to leather. The national & Luftwaffe emblems are both reproduction. Good display piece or restoration project.
 SOLD at A$200
Replicas: SS Armband, SS runes on Swastika, F Meiller inside, Germany eagle woven breast badge & green Luftwaffe pin badge with plastic face. US Civil War Confederate States belt plate & with hook & clasp & US Army belt plate, no hooks plus 3 Chinese cash coins. All fakes, the arm band very convincing. (8 items)
Replicas SS Totenkopf Ring. Engraved 'S.lb J Weber 30.8.35 H Himmler" Correct construction with join under death's head. Silver but not marked. In card case of correct type with SS runes on top. Comes with award certificate from Reichsfuhrer SS, Berlin 30-8-1935 in the name of SS Untersturmfuhrer Johann Weber, Nr 3933 SS Standarte. Printed signature of Himmler. Document age stains and has tears along folds. Original SS rings sell for $7000 - $10,000
 SOLD at A$250
Replicas: Arm shields. Lappland Shield, Narvik Shield, Demjansk Shield all with green army cloth backings plus M43 Army cap size 58, with woven eagle above national cockade, swastika h/s ???213 below on inner lining. Convincing group ( 4 items)
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