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Wehrmacht Boots

Wehrmacht Boots
Nice used Wehrmacht Boots with a slide different lining, but they where always worn together.
Probably a foot deviation, but overal nice used boots, great for a mannequin (leather in smooth condition)
Wartime resoled. Overal nice boots in good condition.

Code: 63086

250.00 EUR


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USAAF First Aid Kit

USAAF First Aid Kit
Nice used rubberized USAAF first aid kit pouch.
With some content.
Used in planes like Dakota’s C47’s but also Bomber planes and Gliders for Airborne assaults.
In used but very good condition.

Code: 63085

150.00 EUR


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Wehrmacht Fieldphone Pouch

Wehrmacht Fieldphone Pouch
Nice used “presstof” made Wehrmacht FF33 fieldphone accessories pouch
In used but good condition,

Code: 63084

Reserved


Mannequin Display Head

Mannequin Display Head
Nice used Display mannequin head
In good condition.

Code: 63087

Reserved


US WW2 wool Winter Great Coat

US WW2 wool Winter Great Coat
Nice used US WW2 wool winter greatcoat.
With cloth label made by “Meilman & Maged” and dated “1942” In nice mannequin size.
Overal a very nice used US WW2 great coat in very good condition. Great for a Battle of the Bulge display!!!

Code: 63083

150.00 EUR


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British WW2 Denison Paratrooper Smock (Hand Painted)

British WW2 Denison Paratrooper Smock (Hand Painted)
Nice model “1942” British WW2 “Denison” Paratrooper smock. With cloth maker and size label
Made by “Wareings (N’Ton) Ltd.” In size “7”
Nicely dated “1943” great so-called “Hand painted” camo version. Overal a very nice Denison Airborne smock with bright collours. In near mint condition.

Code: 63082

2275.00 EUR


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US WW2 48 star Little Flag on pole

US WW2 48 star Little Flag on pole
Very nice made little US WW2 48 star flag on a pole
In very good condition.

Code: 63081

10.00 EUR


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USAAF Leather Flight Cap Type A2

USAAF Leather Flight Cap Type A2
Very nice smooth leather USAAF flight cap
With nice cloth label, made by “Fox Chase Knitting Mills Inc.” In size “Large” (perfect mannequin size)
Overal a very nice USAAF leather flight cap in very good condition.

Code: 63080

150.00 EUR


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Canadian WW2 Visor Cap (Les Fusilliers de Sherbrook)

Canadian WW2 Visor Cap (Les Fusilliers de Sherbrook)
Nice used Canadian visor cap with cap badge
“Les Gusilliers de Sherbrook” nice used cap, unfortunately the inside lining is damaged, but overal the cap is in very good condition.
On a mannequin head it does look perfect.

History of the Regiment:
Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke, in conjunction with The Sherbrooke Regiment (Machine Gun) (now The Sherbrooke Hussars), mobilized The Sherbrooke Fusiliers Regiment, CASF for active service on 24 May 1940. The name Fusilier was plural initially but subsequently changed to singular. It was redesignated as the 1st Battalion, The Sherbrooke Fusiliers Regiment, CASF on 7 November 1940 and as the 1st Battalion, The Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment, CASF on 15 November 1940. The 1st Battalion was converted to an armoured regiment on 26 January 1942 and designated as the 27th Armoured Regiment (The Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment), CAC, CASF. By this time the name Fusilier was singular. It was redesignated as the 27th Armoured Regiment (The Sherbrooke Fusilier Regiment), RCAC, CASF on 2 August 1945. The regiment served in Newfoundland on garrison duty from 13 August 1941 to 15 February 1942, and embarked for Great Britain on 27 October 1942. On D-Day, 6 June 1944, it landed in Normandy, France as part the 2nd Canadian Armoured Brigade, and it continued to fight in North West Europe until the end of the war. The overseas regiment was disbanded on 15 February 1946.

The regiment subsequently mobilized the 1st Battalion, Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke, CASF' for active service on 18 March 1942. It served in Canada in a home defence role as part of the 15th Infantry Brigade, 7th Canadian Division and the 14th Infantry Brigade, 6th Canadian Division. Between September 30, 1942 and October 13, 1943, Les Fusiliers de Sherbrooke, CASF was stationed at Camp Debert, Nova Scotia. On 10 January 1945, it embarked for Great Britain, where it was disbanded for reinforcements on 18 January 1945.

Code: 63079

99.00 EUR


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MG13 Tool Pouch (changed for MG34 use)

MG13 Tool Pouch (changed for MG34 use)
Nice used MG13 pouch with strap removed and converted with belt straps for MG34 use.
In used but good condition.

Code: 63078

125.00 EUR


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