HEERES VERPFLEGUNGS SACK 1943
Original German army linen rations sack dated 1943. H.Vpfl. (Heeres Verpflegung)
These sacks were used for all of army rations and to transport loose cans of food, from beans or grain, to loaves of bread, etc...
It is about 115 cm long by 68 cm wide. read more
Italian M35 canteen with strap (Original WWII)
The Canteen and all other metal parts are aluminium, made therefor this is a very light canteen, and also very resistant to any type of corrosion in the field.
The canteen is in very good condition, with no issues or major dents that we can see. The wool covering is very good with with no moth or other kind of damage. read more
Metal german match box WWII
metal Match holder Wehrmacht/ Officer probably purchased privately with photo. Original matchbox included.
The Patented matchbox in German explains that you can light continues matches with it. It can be used by gentlemen who can put it in their pocket and for ladies who can keep it in their handbag. Made by the Company Jupiter from Hamburg read more
Wehrmacht FF33 Feldtelefon Feldfernsprecher R&B Co 1939
Wehrmacht field telephone RB&Co from 1939 with number 15203. The telephone has therefore been in use by the German army since the beginning of the Second World War starting with the campaign in Poland.
The field phone is without the extremely rare battery. read more
3rd Reich Erkennungsmarke Flak Replacement Battalion (motorized) 66
A Flak Replacement Battalion (motorized) 66 Dog Tag
The Flak Replacement Battalion (motorized) 66 was set up on May 2, 1941 in Wackernheim near Mainz, Wehrkreis XII. The battalion emerged from the anti-aircraft replacement company 66, which was set up on August 26, 1939 as a replacement company for MG (s) 66 and was later renamed. The battalion was subordinated to Division 172. O... read more