Archive for May, 2016

Need help! Is this real looks to good to be true

Does anyone think this is a good idea to buy looks to good the liner is whiter than a new set of bedsheets and was conserned about the emblem as it is not fire fighter more of a naval I am not sure. Please anyone advise many thanks

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Question inherited war time dagger

Hi, I wondered if you would help me find any information on this dagger. It has been in my father’s collection from his father’s collection so I believe it to be authentic. The only indentification on the knife is "CASE" as you can see. Thanx much.967501967502967503

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Kragenspiegel Heer Mannschaft Modell 44 gewebt 1 Paar neu (h744-)

EUR 12,50
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Stahlhelm bodenfund abstrakte kunst

EUR 33,50 (5 Bids)
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WW1 Ammo Pouch ???

is this a ammo pouch or some type of engineering pouch?
thank you for your help

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goring cigarette case real or fake?


hi everyone

i bought this at a car boot over the weekend the seller said her grandfather was in ww2 , but did not know if it was real or fake . im not sure . it says made in england !! epns see pic .

any help would be great .

regards mark

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Polish Air gunners ??

…is this one a copy ?? And if so has anyone got a real one front and back I could see please ??
many thanks Steve

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Need help! German porcelain fragments and makers marks on other items from conflict archaeology excavation in Finland

Can ayone please help me with identifying the makers marks on these porcelain fragments!

Best, Jan

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Wehrmacht Schulterklappen Panzerjäger Sehr Selten

EUR 1,00 (0 Bids)
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PAVN use of the M56 steel helmet during Vietnam War Rare photos

Here are some seldom seen wartime photos of the North Vietnamese using East German supplied M56 steel helmets, these photos are mostly from the Ho Chi Minh Trail where they did a lot of bombing, so they would have needed steel helmets.

Old Picz | Ho Chi Minh trail

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