click for more images
In a very good condition an US WW2 M-1938 Wire Cutter with Carrying Pouch.
The pouch is nicely dated 1944 and made by A.G. Stch Corp.
The Wire Cutter is dated 1944 and made by HKP
A very good set!
In a very good condition and in my opinion never been used a British WW2 Map Case.
The map case is nicely dated 1944 and maker marked by W&C Ltd.
The mapcase comes in a complete condition.
In a very good condition an USAAF WW2 HB-7 Headset.
This aircrew headset often seen worn by bomber pilots over the '50 mission crusher' cap.
Wired with a headset HS33 loom, red PJ-055B jackplug and ANB-H-1 receivers by Utah, Chicago. Also fitted with a set of MX-41/AR rubber cushions. The headset itself shows only light to moderate use and is in good condition.
Very nice for display!
In a very good condition an US WW2 M13A1 6x30 Binoculars with M17 Leather Case.
The M13 and M13A1 binoculars were issued to all branches of the U.S. military during WW2.
The binocular is nicely marked and comes with a very bright clear view.
In a very good condition a German Wehrmacht (Heer) 'Funkerraum und Stationsuhr' made by T.B.&S.
The 'Funkerraum- Stationsuhr' comes in it's orginal wooden colour housing and is still in a working condition.
Inside nicely marked 'Heereseigentum' and dated 1943.
A stunning Wehrmacht timekeeper!
In a very good condition a German Wehrmacht FF33 (feldfernsprecher 33) Field Telephone.
The telephone comes with a bakelite housing in a very good condition without cracks or damage and has still the original paint on the metal parts for 100%.
Inside the radio is in a complete (only without the always missing battery) condition with the handheld horn and generator handle. Nicely dated 1943.
In my opinion a hardly used field radio.
Great for every display!!
In a very good condition a German Luftwaffe Hand Switch for radiator flap adjustment (or Handschalter für Kühlerklappenverstellung) FL.E 6313-01.
These were used on board of the Junkers Ju 88 and is nicely maker marked by Siemens and is made from 1944.
In a good condition a German Luftwaffe 'Dreieckrechner DR2', Flight Navigation Computer.
The computer is nicely made and marked by Dennert & Pape and is dated 1940.
In a stunning mint condition and the best one we have ever had our hands on! An US WW2 Signal Corps Reciever and Transmitter BC-611c, also called 'Walky-Talky'.
This one is in my opinion never been used and is nicely 1943 dated and comes in version C.
Nice khaki carrying strap original attached also.
A stunning (not tested) Walky Talky!
In a very good condition a German Wounded Badge in Silver.
The batch comes with a functional pin and is a non-maker marked example in a very good condition.
website designed and maintained by Concept500