• THIRD REICH GERMAN ‘PACK FILLER’ REPAIR THREAD

    A nice period pack filler of black repair thread in un-opened condition. Nice period label.

    £20.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN 1941 PRODUCED 20ltr. ‘GERRY CAN’

    A very good condition 20ltr petrol/diesel 'Gerry Can'. Can is rust free and has clear German maker details, date, Wehrmacht use marking and Waffenamt stamping (see images). The can has use denting, but as stated is rust free and appears free from puncturing. Filler cap in good working order, and complete with its rubber sealing grommet. Can has been repainted,not recently with British army green paint typical of the

    £60.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN MINIATURE ‘POLICE’ BAYONET

    A super veteran pick up, new to the market. A fine example, miniature Third Reich police bayonet. Approximately a half size bayonet showing all the detail of its full size counter part with the exception of the leather frog keeper. No maker details to the blade. Good, slightly grubby, untouched, damage free condition. (The length of this item when in the scabbard is approx 23.5cms.) Veteran Pick-Up ! Buyer age verification required

    £80.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN POLICE SERVICE BAYONET & BELT FROG

    A good un-touched Police service bayonet. Black painted scabbard with chromed fittings to the bayonet handle. Black diced grip, complete with its leather belt frog. Good clear Eickhorn maker mark to blade. Some period sharpening / grinding to blade tip (see images). ‘Veteran Pick-up’ Buyer age verification required with this item, 21 years. Also, it is the buyers responsibility to make sure this item is importable into their own country if

    £145.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN FIELD EQUIPMENT BREAD BAG (1)

    A very nice condition, field used bread bag in grey heavy canvas fabric. All fittings (bar the centre bag securing button) are present and are in good serviceable condition. Bag is with some fading and staining to the reverse side (see images). Centre belt strap is with a good maker mark and less clear issue date. A nice item forming part of German field equipment.

    £135.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN FIELD EQUIPMENT BREAD BAG (2)

    A very nice condition, field used bread bag in sand/grey heavy canvas fabric. All fittings are present and are in god serviceable condition. Bag is with some uniform staining throughout (see images). The inner front flap has had an owner name tag stitched into place, which is to faint to read. Below this is a very nice regimental stamping, again faint, but discernible (see images). The water bottle loop

    £155.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN:- FIELD EQUIPMENT WATER BOTTLE

    A good mid/late war bottle with black leather work fittings, corduroy cover and steel attachments. All fixtures and fittings are present, which should of course be treated with respect and care. Their is some slight wear to the corduroy cover, but overall a good clean damage free item.

    £125.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN ENLISTED MANS BELT BUCKLE (1)

    A good used, multi-piece enlisted mans Prussian belt buckle. Small dent to the central Gott mit Uns device, otherwise good damage free condition.

    £75.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN ENLISTED MANS BELT BUCKLE (2)

    A good used, multi-piece enlisted mans Prussian belt buckle. Shallow dent to the central ‘Gott mit Uns’ device, otherwise good damage free condition, with some age spotting to the brass field.

    £75.00
  • WW1 ALLIED FRENCH / BRITISH 1919 VICTORY CUP

    An unusual ‘Victory’ cup for two reasons 1, The cap is manufactured from tin rather than the more usual ceramic varieties that still abound. This is only the second ‘victory cup’ that I have ever encountered in this format. Excellent damage free condition with only minor marking to the exterior detail (see images). 2, The cup only recognises France and Britain as ‘victors’, rather than the

    £145.00
  • WW1 BRITISH SHOP COUNTER, BOOT SHOP ADVERTISEMENT

    A nice piece of WW1 period shop counter advertising, in the form of an ash tray and .303 14 dated engraved bullet. The ash tray is pressed tin,  japanned lacquered, with pressed and printed detail advertising ‘Tyler’s Boots’ (see images). Slogan on the tray and cartridge case reads ‘Tyler’s boots are the best’. A coupler of small areas of surface rust to the tray. (Nice that both items are

    £150.00
  • BRITISH VINTAGE SWEET TIN in the form of a WW1 MK V TANK

    I cant be absolutely sure, but I believe this item originates from the 1930’s A small sweet tin, the body of which is made from card board with the turret and track panels in tin plate. The track panels are detachable, sugesting these are the lids, the turret seems immobile. British maker details to the reverse. Some rust staining to one side panels printed paint detail, and minor surface

    £80.00