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Field Gear, Rifle, Slings, related items.

Former U.S. Army vehicle, Willys MB Truck ¼ Ton 4 X 4.
See Item G.190 below.

JAPAN

G.184. Very nice field mess set of WWII Japanese cased chop sticks. The wooden fruit wood case is 9" long, 1 7/8" wide and 5/8" high. The top slides out from the case revealing a set of wooden chop sticks. The soldier's name is in kanji characters on the sliding wood top. The American soldier or Marine that captured this set, wrote an inked date on the interior of the case's bottom - June 16. This is a very nice, unique personal item that can still be put to good use..............................................$125.

GERMAN THIRD REICH

NEW! G.203.Pre WWII Daimler Benz G 4 Parade car wheel hub from the Transport Pool of the NSKK, Reichs Kanzleire, Berlin, Germany. The screw on wheel hub is made of thick copper and has some minute remnants of silver frosting on the sides. The hub is 2 7/8" across by 2" high with the top (side facing out) having the raised initials T K R 1 with a raised running swastika emblem. The parade vehicle was assigned as a vehicle of state for the transportation of Adolf Hitler. Very rare item – Berlin Garrison vet bring back.......................... .............................$365. NEW!

NEW! G.207. Post war manufactured pistol magazine clip for the Walther 7.65mm (32 Cal) semi-automatic hand gun. Unissued condition.............................................$45.NEW!

G.78. WWII German re-issued double pouch brown leather French made ammunition pouch. Each pouch held two rifle clips. The pouch has both back loops for attaching the pouch to a belt and a attachment strap ring. The pouch is hall marked Sellerie, Vincennes then an oblong re-issuance ink hall mark that is partially distinguishable. The ammunition pouch is in fine condition and is still quite usable........................$35.

G.150. Very nice PP/PPK 7.35 mm (.32 caliber) eight (8) shot metal magazine (clip) with plastic handle butt. The clip is in very good condition........................................................$65.

G.152. Very nice black dyed leather WWII German helmet chin strap with buckle.....................$25.

G.155. Very nice set of WW II German helmet split rivets (pins) and their slotted washers. The set (3 each) is in unused condition. They are used to hold the helmet's liner in place......................$30.

G.171.Very nice and complete functioning German WWII Rabbit Ears Telescope (Binoculars) with original German tri-pod. It was referred to in German as a Scherenfernrohr. The set is quite heavy with the binoculars made out of steel, brass, bakelite and glass. The tri-pod is made out of aluminum, steel, wood for the legs and the binocular mount is constructed of brass and steel. The binoculars have 15" observation tubes with good glass. The binocular base houses the bakelite eyepieces, both of which have non-detracting edge chips, a bubble leveler and a angle measuring device to establish angle distance between the two binocular tubes. This allowed for expanded fields of observation. The set retains much of its' original paint scheme. On the base is the maker and serial number of the set, On the left binnocular base is bmj 481053 M. On the right is S.F. 14. Z. Gi then H / 6400 underneath. With the set comes two tubes, one each to be mounted on the end of the lens area. These reduced the effects of sunlight and inclement weather (rain, sleet) on the lenses. Both are in good condition but are hard to mount due to some denting experienced on the lenses external housing. The tri-pod is in excellent condition and is hall marked HILDEBRAND WIOFMANN - WERKE FREIBERG - 9A with the serial number 108061. The legs are telescoped designed allowing them to extend from 32" to 54". The legs have adjustable pointed aluminum feet to secure the tri-pod to the area it is being used in. The top mounting block that seats the binocular set is made of brass and is also equipped with a leveler device. This has the serial number 1289. This is a very nice set.......................................$1600.

G.173. WWII German Feldzug. Very nice black Bakelite case. Star shell carrier for signal gun (pistol). This item is from a WWII German Bakelite collection. The container has six (6) tubular areas one each to store and transport the shells. The case is 4 1/2" high with a screw on top lid diameter of 4". The case's bottom is 3" in diameter. The case's interior bottom is hall marked DOO. The bottom interior of the screw on lid has three hall marks, all encircled. 900 over 107B, boa and Z1 with a logo. The container still has it's original rubber O-ring to prevent moisture from reaching the interior. On the lid top is the original packing label identifying the shell flares as red star shells, quantity 6 (6 Sternsignalpatronen) and the date of issuance September 1941. A scarce and unique item..........$75.

G.174. From a WWII German Bakelite collection comes a dark brown bakelite star shell carrying case, fully hall marked and still functional. The case is 4 1/2" high with a top lid diameter of 4", bottom diameter 3 1/8". The case carried six green star shell signal flares. The exterior lid top still retains the original packing label, 6 Sternsignalpatronen and date of issue, September 1941. The case still retains it's rubber O-ring for tight sealing of the screw on lid to container. The bottom interior has several encircled hall marks, the date 1940, an double encircled ML and a manufacturer's logo. The bottom of the lid also has several faint hall marks including bdl, the number 4302 and the encircled date of 1940. This is a nice, unique and scarce war-time Bakelite item...................................$75.

G.176. Very nice condition hall marked Luger P.08 holster. The holster is dyed black hard shell design with tool pouch, interior restraining strap, extra clip side pocket and flap buckle - all present and in functioning condition. The leather is thick, smooth and supple. All of the stitching is present, white and tight with the body of the holster being firm and nice. The holster is dated 1936, Berlin and hall marked KernKloger & Cie. If you are looking for a superb holster for your luger, this is it. Please see the photographs. ......................$325.

SOLD! G.186. Very nice WWII German parade band snare drum with metal eagle hanger. The drum is 15" in diameter, has all of it's parts and has the typical national color scheme around it's cylinder body border, white, red and black. The paint scheme is in very good condition. The snare drum's base body construction is rolled blackened brass with steel screw heads holding the ensemble together. There is a maker mark Lefima stamped on one side. Also, there is a black hand painted number, 1 - 582 - 14 or 7 - 582 - 74 on the interior rim of the bottom drum side. In addition, on the top side drum head is a printed word Genruft in an oblong block (perhaps the maker of the leather skin drum head). This specific drum is in rare good condition. Nice item................................$365.SOLD!

G.189. Very nice Model R -12 (R-75) German 1930's designed military motorcycle with original side car. This all terrain vehicle was located in a barn in storage down near Louisville, Kentucky. It was found with 469 kilometers on the meter. It was completely re-rehabilitated by Euro Motors in 2007 using Bosch parts. It has a two cylinder side wing engine 750cc. It is shaft driven with the side car free drive. It has the drive seat, rifleman's with the side car for a machine gunner or third party occupant. The motorcycle (motorrad) still retains its original black lacquer paint and chrome. It is road licensed in the Commonwealth of Virginia and has been garaged stored. The engine has excellent compression (110 PSI). There is a redundant shift system. Beside the left handle system there is a metal shaft between the side car and the motorcycle allowing the other two occupants to shift gears for the driver. Everyone who has seen and touched the bike were in awe - it is a large bike. Very nice unique and fun vehicle............................................$12,500.

SOLD! G.192. Very scarce WWII German Army grain/packing sack in quite good condition. The heavy woven cotton bag is 26+" in with and 41+ " long. Both sides have vertical blue strips demarking the edges. One side has large stenciled lettering H. VpfI. and the date 1941. The other side has a large stenciled national eagle/swastika logo. The sack/bag has no tears, rips and could be used today as a large storage/linen bag. Great for re-enacting packing................................$125.SOLD!

G.193. Nice German WWII motorcycle (motorrad) front fender license plate in relic condition dug at Stalingrad. The WH plate still retains some of the license plate information as well as a red stamped assigned unit logo . The plate is whole, been buried for years yet retains a good percentage of the black and white paint background. The motorcycle made it that far from Germany and if only this plate could talk...... Interesting relic item from a historic WWII event.........................................$225.

SOLD! G.196. Very scarce WWII German Army field rations bag. This heavy woven cotton (canvas) bag is 27" wide by 41" long. Both sides of the bag have stencil vertical lines demarking the bag edges. On one side is a large stenciled eagle/swastika log. On the other side is H. Vpf1. and the date 1938. The bag (sack) has no period tears or repairs and can be used for re-enactment, storage of field uniform collectibles, linen, etc. Very nice condition........................................$145.SOLD!

G.197. Very nice brown thick leather ammunition pouch 5" by 7+", tight seam construction. Used by Luftwaffe and Army Mountain troops. The pouch cover has I. 21 stamped in the leather flap. The leather is supple and the pouch in good condition.......................................$65.

SOLD! G.198. Very fine condition brown leather Field Pack Strap Suspender set otherwise known as a "Y" uniform equipment strap set. This set is in almost pristine condition, very supple and all metal buckles and components present. Belonged to a Luftwaffe paratroop (fallschirmjager) officer.................................$165.SOLD!

G.199. Large thick brown leather ammunition pouch, 4+" wide by 10" long by 2 .5" depth in very fine condition. The pouch still retains it's bottom tie down strap and metal belt loop. This is from a Luftwaffe officer's estate. Very well constructed and still quite usable................................$165.

G.200. Very Nice set of WWII German brown leather utility equipment belt loops for securing equipment to the field belt and / or "Y" strap. Very nice condition – belonged to a Luftwaffe officer..............................$45.

G.201. Very nice Luftwaffe 43 Gewahr thick brown ammunition pouch. The pouch is 4" high by 3" across by 2" in depth, is very well constructed and in fine condition................................$45.

G.202. Complete K-98 rifle cleaning kit including bore patches, cleaning cloth and leather carrying case. The thick brown leather carrying case measures 7" high by 5" across by 3" depth. The case is in very good condition and has a 3 Crown logo embossed just over the closing strap. When the case was opened it was found to contain numerous bore patches, the kit and a linen cleaning cloth. The cloth measures 14 1/4"across by 16" high. It smells it's age, is in good condition and has the woven Grenzschutz across the middle of the cloth identifying the kit being that of a border guards. The metal kit is painted green and has the oiler, two bore cleaners and draw chain and tool – all of which are in fine condition. This item came from the estate of a Luftwaffe officer and was intact as described. A vert nice find.................................................$225.

Czechoslovakia WWII

NEW! G.204. Very nice WWII Czech manufactured 7.65mm (.32 Cal.) M27 pistol hall marked magazine. One of the best European semi-automatic pistols, this hand gun was continued to be produced under German occupation and then till 1948. The magazine was also Czech manufactured and the base is hall marked P. MOD. 27. It holds eight rounds, the spring is in very good condition as is the original bluing..........................................$75.NEW!

NEW! G.209. WWII magazine clip for the popular Czech manufactured 7.65mm (.32 Cal) semi-automatic Model CZ 27 pistol. Very good condition, bluing good....................$75.NEW!

Poland WWII

NEW! G.205. 8 – round feed magazine clip for the Polish 9mm Model (Radom) pistol. The magazine has retained its' bluing, the spring is in good condition. The clip was with a byf 1944 P-35 holster when originally obtained.
Nice scarce magazine......................................$75.NEW!

NEW! G.206. Another good condition magazine clip for the Polish manufactured 9mm Model 35 (Radom) pistol................................................ $75.NEW!

Begium WWII

NEW! G.208. Very nice hall marked ammunition magazine clip for a 7.65mm (.32 Cal.) Fabrique Nationale manufactured under German occupation

Model 1910 semi-automatic pistol..................................................$75.NEW!

Allied forces

SOLD! G.109. Good patent leather holster and separate shoulder belt for the Canadian manufactured 9mm semi-automatic that was issued to British, Chinese and American forces. The holster is constructed of multi-pieces of thick leather and rivets. There is a extra clip leather pouch sewn on the front facing side. There is no makers hall mark on the holster. The belt clip has a imprinted oval logo with W in the center. Nice item........................$45.SOLD!

American

G.117. WWII US Army canteen with cup dated 1944. The manufacturer is GP & F CO. The cup's manufacturing logo has been "X" out. Both are in good used condition. The O/D canvass canteen cover is in good condition retaining the wool liner and both snaps. The cover has stenciling on the back side including a serial number - all of which is hard to make out. A nice ensemble......................$25.

G.168. Very nice original large U.S. Army ditty bag. The bag's dimensions are 7" high by 5" wide and has a mouth opening of 4". All of the original stitching is present as is the cotton rope draw string. The bag is Kakhi in color. The bag has no repairs to it, no tears, mothing, etc. but needs to be laundered. The bag has on one side a ink red letter H and black ink OFFICE over the H.On the other side is hand written UNIFORM BOTONS ETC. I. BETTUM. Very nice personal field gear item, one good for re-enactment or collection purposes. Needs an appreciative home.................$12.

SOLD! G.181. WWI era. Four (4) very nice salvaged U.S. Navy dinner plates (9 1/8") recovered from the U.S.S. Schwurz formerly the German light cruiser Geier. The ship was sunk in a collision with the U.S. tanker Florida off the North Carolina coast while on its' maiden voyage to the AEF in France. The plates are in very good condition, have the vintage USN logo and double blue ring. The bottom of the plates have a large logo of a Indian making pottery on the back with manufacturer's name, SHENANGO CHINA, New Castle, PA.
Per plate......................................$15. The set of four......................$50.SOLD!

G.190. Nice garaged Willys MB Truck ¼ Ton 4 X 4 for sale. This former U.S. Army vehicle, serial number 260184 was built in Akron, Ohio and was delivered to the military 8 - 30 -42. It has a gross weight of 5125 lbs., is
4 speed and is Tech Manual ID 805 1805a 1805b. The speedometer reads 64393 miles. This jeep has been garaged while our newer post war cars remained outside and forced to accept the four season elements. Still maintenance had to be in place with the jeep first in line. The jeep has been the recipient of the following in the last several years: complete new 6V electrical system including a new wiring harness, battery, re-built generator and starter motor; and, a new fuel system including a new gas tank and float valve, gas line with a in line fuel filter, Solex carburetor, new choke and throttle control lines; a new steering wheel worm gear; entire new brake system including master cylinder, lines and individual wheel brake assemblies; new water pump and radiator hoses; a new canvas top (Beachwood Canvas Works); and, several new tubes and tires. We are in the process of re-locating to another property without a garage therefore, the jeep needs a new and appreciative home...................................$16,000.

G.194. Very rare cotton cloth map, 21" wide by 24" length U. S Military Survey of Panama, Sheet 33, Canal Zone and Republic of Panama Chorrera Quadrangle Panama Grid. Surveyed and made by the Corps of Engineers, U. S. Army Panama Canal Department, Topography by Corps of Engineers and Infantry, U.S. Army 1917 – 1925. Fpr Official Use Only. This type cloth map could be used without the worry of environmental problems that paper maps would encounter in the field. This type of map was known as a hanker chief map, one that could be stored and carried easily. The map is in very good condition, is rare to find and was associated with the importance of U.S. interests in controlling the Panama Canal............................................$250.

G.195. Rare pre-war WWII War Department Corps of Engineers, U.S. Army Fire Control Map for the Island of Oahu, Koko Head Quadrangle, Territory of Hawaii.Prepared in 1927 –1928 and 1930. The map is printed on a 25' wide by 32" long cloth map (Hanker chief map). This is a scarce re-war item of a very strategic part of the Hawaiian Islands for the US. Navy and Army. Very nice, field ready for use, rare surviving item...........................................$275.


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