1 Schulterstück und 2 Kragenspiegel Wehrmacht Reichsbahn

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alte Militär Hose Berufsbekleidung Hose unifarben solide elegant [Breu-1903-187]

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alte Militär Hose gemarkt olive grüne Hose unifarben Hose [Breu-1903-186]

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Need Help!!Unknown cross

Could someone help me?I found this cross about seven years ago.Is it military or civilian?


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24 Knöpfe Uniform FeldbluseÂ* Hersteller KuK Hof Lieferanten vor 1945

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Approve me Levon from Armenia

My name is Levon
For now I live in Yerevan (Armenia)
My nickname on ebay: collect.from.armenia
Here is the link to my ebay store: https://www.ebay.com/usr/collect.from.armenia
My website: "RARRY" antique store (for now under constructing)

I have big experience in soviet militaria (especially orders/medals/badges)
In early 90s people start to sell their or their family members’ awards. And Armenia, being a part of Soviet Union, also had for sale lots of great items. Actually soviet awards market center was Yerevan and nothing changed for 30 years. People from whole Armenia + Nagorno Karabach Republic still bring the stuff to Yerevan. There are only several dealers in our capital that know what is what and here also without changes from 1990s, we just getting older. Younger generation mainly interested in tech, IT and other, so almost no new persons in this field recently. Actually it has become quite hard to buy items here too, just because they almost finished. Armenia is so small, but we gave more than 100 heroes of Soviet Union.

As for today I work with trusted partners from all post Soviet Union countries. I am saying "Trusted", because Original/Authentic items - is the most important thing for today for any collector. Its getting more and more difficult to differ original from fake. Thanks my experience, I still can help my friends with right advice.

I helped many collectors to complete their collections or to add something interesting into.
Also can help with researches of awards.

If you need any medal/order/badge/document or anything special, you can always contact me through this forum or by email: collect.from.armenia@gmail.com

Best Regards


M15 Adrian - WWII Reissue

Hello folks.

Very stoked to have received this one this morning! This is very outside of my collecting area, but is a very unique and interesting piece in its own right.

This is a standard infantry Adrian helmet from the First World War, the M15 model. Originally painted in the expected horizon blue colour, and still with its original liner and chinstrap. The reason I haven’t posted it in the Imperial Allied section is that it is not, technically speaking, a WWI helmet.

As can be seen in the photos below, it has been given an overpaint in the ‘mustard brown’ colour used more typically on the M26 Adrian. This has been applied only to the outer shell, with the original coat of horizon blue still visible on the inside. In places on the outer shell, where the paint has been scuffed or chipped, the original coat is visible. As it is a more subdued shade of blue, rather than the more vibrant shade used on early WWI Adrians, I will guess that this is a later-war helmet.

This also means the original manufacturer’s ink stamps have survived intact. What I presume is a size marking ‘C 60′ is visible in the pictures below. There is another marking - an anchor with a ‘C’ in each of its arms’, the logo for Compagnie Coloniale - but I didn’t want to risk damage to the liner by bending it too far back.

Another interesting personal touch is the owner’s rank, surname and regiment penciled on the liner. ‘Adjudant Decaux 39e RI’. This pertains to the French 39th Infantry Regiment, a part of the 5th Motorized Infantry Division. The division was disbanded on 25th May 1940, after suffering heavy losses during the Battle of France. Its final command post was at Dunkirk, where some elements managed evacuation as part of Operation Dynamo.

So, not a conventional or textbook helmet by any means. But one that tells its own story, and one that I’m very happy to finally have in my hands!


Regards, B.B.

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Luftwaffen Degen

Hello everyone,

I like to show you a Luftwaffen Degen 1. Form and I like to hear your opinion about it.

It is suppose to be a part original blade, allegedly it was broken before. The hand piece and the sheath are suppose to be original too, the sheath newly covered with leather, blade was renewed with a Solinger blade of the 50’s and Portopee was added to it. Since I am unsure of this, I like to know what you guys think.

Thanks a lot!


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WW2 Kroatische NDH Kragenspiegel Ustasch , Infanterie

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