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Nazi German 1937 & WW2 1940 Dated German Military / Hitler Youth Leather Trimmed Waxed Khaki Canvas Haversack by Bernard Meyer Gronau. Sn 8341 - 8341
This is an original WW2 era German Military / Hitler Youth Haversack. The Haversack has alloy bars and studs some marked with manufacturer’s combined ‘WG’ mark and Leather shoulder straps with buckles. The Haversack has leather reinforced edges. The rear top edging is dated ‘1940 together with manufacturer detail ‘Bernard Meyer Gronau’ together with contemporary hand written ink names (illustrated) . The Bergen is made of khaki waxed canvas. The Haversack folds open and has cloth compartments secured by studs and straps which together with storage space includes a water bottle / canteen pouch & large map pocket. The Haversack measures 16” height and is 14” wide closed. Fully open the Haversack is 30” length. The Haversack has additional leather tabs for additional strap / equipment carry attachments. The outside of the top flap has a contemporary hand written name and the inside is date ink stamped ‘1937’ together withother letters and numbers (illustrated). The leather has wear and scuffs to be expected with age but is intact. The material is clean with no damage or mothing. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 8341
£245.00

WW1 Essen 1918 German Military Alpine ‘A’ Frame Leather Trimmed Waxed Khaki Canvas Bergen Rucksack. Sn 12281 - 12281
This is an original WW1 dated German Military Alpine ‘A’ Frame Bergen Rucksack. The steel ‘A’ frame has traces of original green paint. The frame has a webbing waist belt with buckle (too small to fit our mannequin) and leather shoulder straps. The Bergen has reinforced rear leather top and bottom edges. The top edging is dated ‘1918’ together with ‘Essen’ and other indistinct letters. The Bergen is made of khaki waxed canvas suitable for Alpine use and it’s main body flap and 2 large side pocket flaps are leather trimmed. The body and pocket flaps have leather straps which fasten to buckles on the body and pockets of the Bergen. The mouth of the body has brass rings for draw cord (absent). Packed the Bergen measures 19” height and is 22” wide. The sides of the Bergen has additional leather tabs for additional strap / equipment carry attachments. The top of the flap and body have contemporary hand written names which are indistinct (illustrated). The inside of the Bergen has indistinct contemporary ink stamped letters and numbers (illustrated). The leather has wear and scuffs to be expected with age but is intact. The material is clean with no damage or mothing. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12281
£275.00

SOLD SOLD (2/07) WW2 Era MG34/42 German Steel Carrier Containing 4 Cans, Two Oloe (Oil) and Two Petrolea (Parrafin). MISC 869 - MISC869
This is a German WW2 Era steel container with a hinged lid containing 4 screw top steel tins with screw on lids and carrying handle with riveted on identification plates. These were issued with the MG34 and MG42 machine guns. The cans are contained in a dark green and sand colour camouflage painted outer container with traces of a red primer under the top paint. The steel container has a riveted on hinge on one end and a riveted on locking clamp on the other end. There are three carrying handles spot welded on the outer container, one on each end and one on the lid. The container carries 4 green painted cans with screw top lids connected by a safety chain to the pourer. There is a pressed steel handle on each cans with riveted on identification plates stating Oleo (Oil) on two of the cans and Petroleo (paraffin) on other two handles. The oil and paraffin containers retain all of their original green painted finish. The outer box retains most of its original camouflaged green and sand coloured paint to all surfaces and there are some traces of red oxide primer where some of the camouflage paint has worn near the carrying handle. The price includes U.K. delivery. MISC 869
£0.00

RESERVED (IH) VERY RARE, ORIGINAL, Hodgkinson’s Patent Ambergate Derby WW1 British Officer’s Campaign Triple Folding Iron & Ash Trench Ladder. Sn 15436 - 15436
This a very rare set of folding WW1 Trench Ladders constructed from iron and solid Ash. It has the correct iron fittings including hinges, frame supports, concertina rungs and top hooks. When opening the ladder folds into a long pole then into 3 sections. The iron rungs concertina and lock into place. The ladders measure 96 cms x 16.5 cms x 8cms when folded and weighs 8.300 Kg. When folded the ladders are held together by its original leather strap with buckle. When open the ladders are 2.75 Metres overall length and 30 cms wide. The wood has just the knocks bumps and bruises to be expected with age and service use. One section of wood has an ink stamp ‘Hodgkinsons Patent Ambergate Derby’. This would have been an expensive Officer’s private purchase item in the period and is an excellent original piece of WW1 history, a reminder of the ingenious devices invented to overcome Trench warfare conditions. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15436
£675.00

Cased, WW1 1915 British Officer's WD Verner’s Pattern Swiss Made Military Compass By B-L With Inter War 1938 Dated British WD Leather Case By Harvey & Co Ltd Walsall. Sn 15122:6 - 15122:6
This is an excellent fully functioning Cased, WW1 British WD Swiss Made Officer's Military Compass By B-L. It has a brass case and is mounted with lanyard ring. The glass face and numbered brass outer ring are perfectly intact. The rear of the compass is nicely marked by the manufacturer 'B-L ' together with 'No.893’, WD arrow, '1915' date & ‘Made In Switzerland’. The rear is also contemporarily marked ‘H. Bamford’ no doubt the name of the WW1 Officer who owned this Compass. The front rim of the case is stamped ‘Verner’s Pattern’. It is complete with its original brown leather case with buckle faster, hinged lid and carry strap. The rear of the case is impressed with WD arrow and ink stamped ‘B128319’. The front of the case is impressed by the maker ‘Harvey & Co Ltd Walsall’ together with ‘1938’ date. The price for this cased, Swiss made WW1 dated British WD compass includes UK delivery. Sn 15122:6
£195.00

Cased, Early WW1 1914 British Officer's WD Verner’s Pattern Military Compass By Short & Mason London With Original Leather Case. Sn 15122:5 - 15122:5
This is an excellent fully functioning Cased, WW1 British WD Officer's Military Compass By Short & Mason London. It has a brass case and is mounted with lanyard ring. The glass face and numbered brass outer ring are perfectly intact. The rear of the compass is nicely marked by the manufacturer 'Short & Mason London' together with 'No.8264’, WD arrow and '1914' date. The rim of the case is stamped ‘Verner’s Pattern’. It is complete with its original brown leather case with buckle faster, hinged lid and carry strap. The case has no visible manufacturer or date marks. The price for this early WW1 dated cased compass includes UK delivery. Sn 15122:5
£195.00

WW1 1918 British Army Officer's Leather Cased Marching War Department Verner's Patent MK VIII Compass By 'E. Koehn'. Sn 14430 - 14430
Military Marching Compass By Koehn Switzerland With WW1 1918 Brown Leather Case and shoulder strap by 'T. J. Butfield Ltd' also date stamped '1918' with hand written name "E. Smith" on the front. Colonel William Willoughby Cole Verner was born in 1852 and commissioned into The Rifle Brigade in 1874, retiring in 1904. He served on the staff in the Egyptian campaign of 1884-85 and during the Boer War. He died in 1922. During his career Verner patented several marching Compass designs. Whilst the basic prismatic compass design has its origins in Schmalcalder's patent of 1812 (Patent No 3545), Verner's Pattern is a significant development. Verner's Patents were all pocket compasses. Model numbers were issued to his compasses starting with a Verner's Pattern V with developments through to the VII, VIII and the IX of WW2. Verner's Pattern compasses are both incredibly popular with collectors as well being a compass that can still be practically and easily used today. The most common models are the Verner's Pattern VII and Verner's Pattern VIII which were mainly used during WW1. Their basic construction is a prismatic dry card compass with a both a momentary bearing lock and transit lock. This is an excellent original example of the MK VIII. It is fully functioning. It has a brass case and is mounted with lanyard ring. The glass face and numbered brass outer ring are perfectly in tact. The lid is stamped 'Verner's Patent VIII'. The rear of the case is stamped with WD arrows and by the manufacturer 'E, Koehn Geneve Swisse' together with '1918' date and 'no. 114476'. It is complete with brown leather case with hinged top and buckle fastener. The case is impressed with 'T. J. Butfield Ltd' and dated '1918'. The case also has contemporaneous hand written name "E. Smith". All leather and stitching of the case are intact. Price for this WW1 cased piece of equipment includes UK delivery. Sn 14430
£345.00

WW2 Dated British 1939 Pattern Mills Equipment Co Webbing Equipment Belt Rig With Holster, Pouches, Carriers, Straps, Haversack WD Marks & Various Dates With Original Equipment Including Torch, Bayonet & Helve. EQ 33. - EQ 33
An excellent WW2 Dated British 1939 Pattern Webbing Equipment Belt Rig. The rig comprises, Belt with brass buckles and fittings, Shoulder straps, Service Revolver Holster, Ammo/ Compass Pouches, Helve Carrier With Helve which has a wood shaft with removable steel spade head and steel butt, Frog With 'SN' marked spike bayonet for Enfield .303 SMLE Rifles, Scabbard, Canteen Carrier & Canteen with cloth cover and original cork stopper with metal top, Torch with leather retaining strap to the rear (torch untested) & Haversack. The webbing components of the rig have profuse ink War Dept marks, various WW2 dates and Mills Equipment Co (ME Co) and P.S.S. manufacturer marks (some illustrated). All material and stitching of the webbing are clean & intact and all brass buckles fittings and press studs are present and function as they should. Price includes UK delivery. EQ 33
£425.00

1974 dated Brish Parachutists Life Jacket Pack By Frankenstein Manchester Complete With Original Khaki Quick Release Pack. Sn 7947. - 7947
This is a complete original Military issue British Parachutists Life jacket dated 1974. The jacket has a green cotton waistcoat with webbing straps and steel buckles. The lower strap has a manufacturer's label Frankenstein & Sons (illustrated). All webbing straps and pull cords are present & undamaged. It is contained in it's khaki quick release pack with carry handle. The pack has it's original inspection label attached which reads 'Exam Packed Bicester COD NBCEMO/ RSG' with 'Sept 1974' date. The pack which would be attached to the parachute rig is stamped 'Life jacket Parachutist Pack Complete With Life Jacket Parachutist PT A4/AD 1378, Stole Gas Inflatable Co2 Cylinder 86 Grams Operating Head'. The inside of the pack is stamped with War Dept arrow and it contains it's original instruction leaflet. When packed the carry case measures 13 x 9 x 3 inches. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7947.
£225.00

WWI Imperial German Army Back Pack Reg't Markings 'III.A.9.H'. Sn 7877. - 7877
After WWI German weapons were destroyed at a great scale, but the field equipment remained. Some of the remaining WW1 equipment was re used by the Wehrmacht during the first years of WWII. This is a rare to find original Imperial German Army WW1 Era backpack Haversack. It is made of leather and canvas & in good condition for its age. The pack when closed measures Size: 15" x 13" x 3" when empty & closed. It opens to reveal several compartments with leather straps and buckles all intact. The top of the backpack has a leather carry handle and the backpack is complete with all of it's corect shoulder straps and buckle fasteners. The exterior rear of the pack is mounted with animal skin which is complete but does have some service wear to be expected. The interior of the pack is nicely ink stamped with Regimental & inter War date markings 'III A 9 H', ' H. Lobert' Fahndern 36/75' , R-AIX 1919, 'S.P.Br., '1920'. This is scarce and highly collectable original item. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 7877.
£275.00
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