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Hermann Goring Division' peak visor cap, with a field-blue wool gabardine crown, black mohair capband, and white piping. The Goring Division peak visor cap is complete with its aluminium eagle & swastika motif, winged oakleaves and black leather chinstrap. Maker marked under sweat diamond and unit marked under sweat band. One moth hole as shown.
Great set from my own collection, Black piped with black piped edelweiss .
Round, aluminum two-piece buckle. It has highly detailed oak leaves running around the circumference. The obverse has toned slightly but the silver finish remains fully intact. The aluminum keeper is present as well. A near excellent example overall! 50mm
Silver disc in red specked bakelite, 3 3/4 inches width.Very nice and clean.
This is a nice, woven example of a the badge executed in cotton on a bluishgrey-woolen background. The piece is in used and uniform-removed condition and is text-book.
White material with a fully embroidered blue eagle, alittle dirty , has never been sewn on.
A Nice Early used and worn maker marked Minesweeper badge by the premier maker Schwerin. Marked on back Fec Otto Placzek Berlin and Ausf Schwerin Berlin. The badge shows alot of wear. The catch is missing on the back, nice early quality badge. Has initials scratched on back WM.
For M1903, m1903A1,M1903A3, M1 Rifles and M1 Carbine
This Sight is in mint condition, Never opened 1st person for pic
Instructions ID# RA PD 22655
This steel buckle has a matte blue/grey combat finish that remains 80% intact. The buckle itself has minor visible wear. The reverse has a steel roll bar/prongs and a catch that consists of a U shaped bar with flat feet.
Scarce Army Female Signals Overseas Cap patch for signals in light yellow,60mm x 50mm Scarce
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