Need help! B24 liberator turbo charger engine part identification number

Have this part of charger and need a identification of these numbees on the part anyone?


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 


 

what does Hilfsreferenten mean?

what does Hilfsreferenten mean?


Attached Images

 

Infanterie sturmabzeichen original or fake?

Is it original or fake Infanterie sturmabzeichen? Which manufacturer is it? Thank you!


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 

Mk 4 Turtle Police Helmet

Here I have a British mark 4 turtle helmet. This particular model was made by ROCO and dated 1953. The liner is dated 1952 and made by REMPLOY. This particular model has been modified for civil use by the British Police during times of unrest. Thanks James for your help with this one most appreciated mate Cool militaria


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 


 


 


 

Fake alert Dak fj m38

This one should ring a few alarm bells!
1154491115449011544891154488


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 


 

Early brownshirts uniform

Hi guys
please help me on this
dont have lot of knowlage11544151154416115441711544181154419115442011544211154424115442611544291154430
and full back pack
many thanks


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

Ss black cap

Hi guys can you help me on this one
as always many thanks1154390115439111543921154393115439411543951154396


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

MG17 ammo belt from stalingrad

I received another interesting package from Volgograd today, and I have to say that im very pleased with its contents. I got an awesome MG17 ammo belt, along with some various Luftwaffe aircraft parts. Each link of the ammo belt appears to have a makers code of some sort. I see two types of codes. "acw" and "fnh" I’m not exactly sure what factory those codes belong too, perhaps someone here knows? I thought this would make a great addition to my Luftwaffe collection. The MG17 was used on countless German aircraft during WW2, so there’s no telling what plane this came off of. In the end its a cool piece of WW2 history that came from the historic area of Volgograd/Stalingrad. Just thought I would share it with you guys.

Best regards- Jarret

115438311543841154385


Click to enlarge the picture


 


 


 

Swiss ppk Holster help please

An acquaintance of mine bought a collection of Swiss items, from helmets to firearms and everything in between. A interesting item to note was a Swiss railroad holster for a ppk. Asking price of $150 in 90% condition. I have not ever seen a Swiss ppk but assume they were contracted, but a railroad ppk is over the top for me. I liked the item as far as condition but did not believe the item. German railroad ppk’s are not that common but a Swiss?. Does a Swiss Railroad ppk Exist? How common is this? Should I dive 80 iles to acquire if not for me but someone that has a Swiss ppk?
John

Feeding The Tiger

I made some ammo for my 1/16 tiger model…..Pete.


Click to enlarge the picture


 

« Previous entries · Next entries »