German uniform parts, accessories and belt buck...

German uniform parts, accessories and belt buckles


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Wehrmacht M/36 feldbluse (Field grey). In excellent condition with original collar tabs and shoulder boards, which have been in this tunic since the war.
Breast eagle has been removed, but very nice metal embroided officer's eagle is included with the tunic.
Tunic has loops for several decorations (see CCC, IAB and Silver wound badge attached in picture) and one for eq. Iron Cross 1st class on top of wound badge.
NOTE: Shooting lanyard, Close combat clasp, Infantry assault badge and silver wound badge are NOT included with the tunic
850.00 €

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Wehrmacht, felbluse, tropical type in sand color.
Feldwebel, Pioneer-Bataillon 7.
Private purchase jacket, black piping
eagle likely added later, however it is old and original. EK2 ribbon in the buttonhole, decoration loops, typical jacket as worn on the southern front.
695.00 €

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Belt buckle in rather nice condition. Same type was used by Finnish JB27 volunteers who went to Germany to get military training prior our Liberation war.
75.00 €
Nice condition, maker marked.
143.44 €
Nice white metal ring with engraved map of Crimean peninsula and text KRIM 1942.
85.00 €
Waldeck and Pyrmont - Tunic for an enlisted in the Infantery-Regiment of Wittlich (3. Kurhessisches) Nr. 83.

Early WW1 perhaps even around 1900, blue fabric, copper colored buttons, red collar and cuffs, last with yellow piping, worn, moth holes,

shooting badge, 1. class, shoulderboards no. 83.
550.00 €

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Prussian belt & buckle. Complete original set. Buckle two piece construction made in messing. Propably 1915-1916.
180.00 €

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Scarce early stamped alloy DLV, "Deutscher Luftsport Verband" (German Air-sport Association) buckle with leather. DLV was founded in 1933 and all civilian flying clubs, as well as the flying units of the SA and SS, were merged into it in 1933. DLV was one of the organizations, that were used to hide the re-armament of Reich under the WW1 Versailles treaty. DLV was merged into the NSFK, "Nationalsozialistisches Fliegerkorps" (National-socialist Flying-corps), in 1937.

Early buckle with "party-style" eagle compared to later almost identical RLB buckles. Leather marked by "...xx Ludenscheid". Nice condition.
275.00 €

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Prussian WW1 belt buckle with leather. Steel model with some original paint left. Scarce stormtroop-type compared to early messing parade-type ones. Marked on leather by maker and 1917.
140.00 €

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Nice DAF buckle made in alloy. With the original leather, that is marked by the manufacturer. Slightly worn.
130.00 €

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