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The rare ‘Jacob pattern’ sword belonging to Lieutenant M. B. Salmon, West India Regiment, attached 30th Bombay Native Infantry (Jacob’s Rifles)
A rare ‘Jacob pattern’ sword, specially ordered to replace one lost or damaged during the Afghan campaign, of a pattern similar to the pattern 1857 Royal Engineers Officer's sword, with 33-inch slightly-curved fullered blade by henry wilkinson, pall mall [Serial Number 22410 which indicates a...
Sold for £1,100
The German Luftwaffe Night Fighter’s Salver and Trophy Cups attributed to Knight’s Cross with Oakleaves recipient Leutnant Rudolf Frank, 3rd Night Fighter Wing, who was one of the outstanding German Night-Fighter Aces of the Second World War, with 45 confirmed victories, including five in one day, prior to being killed in action on 27 April 1944
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Night Fighter’s Salver, measuring 225mm in diameter with...
Sold for £1,900
A German Second World War Army Single Decal Normandy Pattern Camouflage Combat Helmet. A standard M.40 combat helmet, which unusually is not size stamped to the inner shell. The exterior skull retains at least 50% of its combat finish camouflage with faint traces of the army eagle visible. Faint traces of the Normandy colour green mixed with the dunkel gelb paint remaining. Interior liner of 8 tongues still intact with an original drawstring. Som...
Sold for £800
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Single Decal M.40 Combat Helmet. A maker Q64 size shell, the exterior having a rough over-paint, which has been factory adhered, complete with a virtually undamaged reapplied Luftwaffe single decal eagle. To the interior the 8 tongued liner all intact, leather supple with original drawstring. Original owner’s name ‘Unterofz.Hundt’ ink applied, with its original chinstrap, reasonable condition £200-£300
Sold for £550
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Officer’s Visor Cap. The very heavily service worn Luftwaffe officer’s visor cap, which is ‘Erel’ double marked, with the original owner’s name tag ‘Lt. Ernst Loos’ to the centre celluloid lozenge. One minor moth nip to the crown, heavily shredded waffenfarbe, with its completely original but slightly oxidised national eagle and cockade with matching chinstraps. The interior sweatband is complete...
Sold for £260
A Rare Second World War S.S. Fez of the German/ Muslim 13th Gebirgs Division. A distinctive Fez in red felt, with black tassel and standard machine woven skull and crossbones cloth insignia, with leather inner band; together with a small ‘Axis Powers’ printed flag, depicting the flags of Germany, Japan, Spain, and Italy, mounted in a glazed display frame, slight moth damage to Fez otherwise in good condition and rare (2) £300-£400
Sold for £440
A German Second World War Army Officer’s Dagger. Excellent blade by F. W. Holler, Solingen. All cross grain finish remaining. Deep orange grip. The coloration of the cross guard, upper pommel, lower ring and scabbard all match. Complete with a set of hangers of which the sprung loaded clips all function correctly. The brocade has shredded and slightly oxidised but still strong. Tied to the dagger is a shredded army dagger knot, good condition...
Sold for £420
The German Second World War Luftwaffe 2nd Pattern Officer’s Dagger attributed to Night-Fighter Ace Feldwebel Rudolf Frank. Excellent blade by WKC, Solingen. The blade has been personally marked beneath the Luftwaffe eagle cross-guard ‘R.F.’ on one side, and ‘NJG III’ on the other. The coloration of all the fittings, which include the upper pommel, cross guard and scabbard all match. Part of the grip wire to the orange grip missing, comp...
Sold for £900
A German Second World War Hitler Youth Knife. A rather poor condition blade but having its Blood & Honour motto still visible. One chip to the blade, it would clean. Complete with its maker ‘Carl Heiderberg, Solingen’. Undamaged grips. The plating to the upper pommel and cross guard is missing. All placed in its original scabbard, which has lost all its original paint but complete with its belt loop system, which has been non contemporarily r...
Sold for £130
A German Second World War K98 Bayonet. A very good matched number bayonet with the blade retaining virtually all of its original blueing, numbered 9586 which matches the number stamped to the front of the scabbard. Bakelite grips. Waffen amt stamp to the upper pommel with the blueing remaining. All placed in its original scabbard, which does have an indentation close to the base and its original leather frog, which is maker marked and indistinctl...
A German Second World War Luftwaffe Combat Belt and Buckle. A one piece aluminium cast Luftwaffe buckle, maker marked ‘OLC’ within a raised lozenge on the reverse side. Complete with its original leather tab, which is LBA Luftwaffe acceptance stamped and Ludenscheid maker marked, dated 1939, with its full length belt leather, which is also maker marked, dated 1941; together with a heavily worn Luftwaffe other ranks belt buckle, indistinct rai...
Sold for £160
A German Second World War Army Other Ranks Combat Belt. A heavily worn leather combat style belt with its correct one piece aluminium cast army buckle. The buckle is maker marked ‘R.S & S’ to the reverse side in raised relief. The combat belt has lost its adjuster tab and a hole has pierced through the leather to take advantage of the double pronged fixing system; together with a single K98 pouch accompanied by a nice condition German Fire Se...
Sold for £75
A German Second World War Kriegsmarine Battle Flag. A very nice condition Kriegsmarine battle flag in a very displayable size, marked with a naval eagle with ‘M’ below, followed by ‘Reichs Kriegstlg Flag’ abbreviation followed by a size of 80 x 135cms and a maker’s name. Some minor nips but good colour to the flag. Complete with its rope halyard, good condition £180-£220
Sold for £750
A German Second World War Drape or Identity Flag. A large Third Reich single sided drape with large printed black swastika on a white circular field then applied to its red base measuring 100cm x 190cm, some moth and snags, therefore fair condition £60-£80
Sold for £140
A German Second World War 3rd E-Boat Flotilla Presentation Plaque, measuring 160mm x 100mm, mounted on a wooden base, the original three fixing holes present, good very fine £80-£120
Sold for £170
A Set of Collar Patches for Panzer Division units, each with the distinctive skull and crossbones, comprising a pair of Panzer Collar Patches on black backing, as worn by the majority of Panzer Divisions with rose-pink piping; a Panzer Collar Patch on black backing, as worn by the Luftwaffe’s ‘Heremann Goring’ Panzer Division, with white piping; a pair of Panzer Collar Patch on black backing, as worn by the 24 Panzer Regiment, with gold pip...
A German Great War Prussian Infantry Officer’s Pickelhaube. A standard all leather pickelhaube, possibly size 55. Good leather body with crazing overall, the front and back peaks are securely attached to the main body with some minor distortion to the rear peak. All of the fittings, which include the back strap, removable spike, circular spike base, front Prussian plate with cut out crown and flat chin scales all match in colour, complete with...
Sold for £1,300
A German Great War Prussian Jager Shako. An early ‘1895’ dated shako being in a higher form than the later models. All leather body with crazing overall. Both peaks are firmly attached to the main body. Complete with its period leather chinstrap, Prussian Jager pattern front plate, a replacement field cockade in black and white, original Reich metallic cockade. To the interior the 9 tongued liner is intact, heavily stamped to the upper inner...
Sold for £340
A Prussian Other Ranks Visor Cap. The dark blue pre-1914 visor cap with Reich and Prussian cockades. Good condition, no undue moth. Nicely silver blocked to a Berlin maker to the upper inner crown with hand applied nice markings ‘Fusilier Terp, 2 Company, II Garde Rgt.z.F.’, good condition £100-£140
Sold for £190
A German Great War Reserve Officer’s Visor Cap. The all blue bodied visor cap for a Reserve Officer. The colours are indistinct to the Reserve Officers cross to be able to identify the State. Two minor moth nips to the crown otherwise all good. The lining is complete. The original owner’s name inked out to the inside, good condition £40-£60
Sold for £220
A German Great War Blue Peaked Visor Cap and Bayonet Troddel. A very small cap, possibly originally a feldmutze with peak attached. Red centre band, national Reich and Prussian cockades fitted. Army Corps marked ‘HJA.1X’ to the interior. Stamped size 54 with an oval maker’s stamp from ‘Hemborg’, with a date ‘1912’. The visor is cardboard. Complete with the hat is a leather thonged all red bayonet troddel, fair condition (2) £60-£...
A German Second World War Naval Officer’s Side Cap. A large size boat shaped side cap in Kriegsmarine blue, gold piped to the side scallops, complete with a set of enlisted mans Bevo woven national eagle and cockade. No moth, good nap to the cloth, good condition £100-£140
Sold for £360
A German Second World War Army Infantry Officer’s Overseas Cap. Constructed in the light grey green material, this has seen service wear but is undamaged. Complete with silver waffenfarbe to the crown and front scallop of the cap. Fitted with a wire woven national eagle and matching national cockade. The lining is intact to the interior with obvious wear use, good condition £80-£120
Sold for £240
A German Second World War Allgemeine S.S. Other Ranks Visor Cap. A nice condition size 54 Allgemeine SS visor cap, constructed in the classic ribbed material, white waffenfarbe, original single central buckle chinstrap, standard visor with some crazing to the visor. A matching set of original SS insignia, however the subdued silver insignia on this cap would normally be found on the Waffen SS cap not Allgemeine SS and this should have the frosted...
Sold for £3,000
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