100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, AUSTRIA, DENMARK, SWEDEN, NORWAY, FINLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, BELGIUM, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, LUXEMBOURG, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. The item “ROMANIA KINGDOM 1930’S ISSUE KING CAROL II COMBAT HELMET. RARE! VF+ MEDAL” is in sale since Saturday, August 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, United States.
The orange star (as I believe) means that the hat belonged to somebody enlisted in the artillery regiment of the Red Army. Although there is no date on the budenovka, the year can be determined by the symbol on the hat, which is that of a hammer and plow. This was the symbol of Soviet Russia prior to 1922, when the classic hammer and sickle symbol became their new official emblem. Trotsky once complained about Red Army soldiers, saying they “They would rather give their life than clean their rifle”. To the Red Army’s credit, they overcame near impossible odds to defeat the Whites in the Russian Civil War. You can tell by the feel of the hat this it is 100% original. The cloth that made this hat is no longer able to be produced anywhere in the world. The hat is in outstanding condition for its age, definitely museum quality. This has been a part of my son’s collection for many years. Please see pictures for the condition of the hat. If you have any questions or would like to see more pictures, please ask. This comes from a smoke free home. Please keep in mind that it will be fully insured and also require an adult signature when being delivered. The item “ORIGINAL SOVIET RUSSIAN CIVIL WAR BUDENOVKA HAT CAP 1918-1922 HAMMER AND PLOW” is in sale since Saturday, June 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “cretak” and is located in Arvada, Colorado. This item can be shipped to United States.
- Modified Item: No
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, AUSTRIA, DENMARK, SWEDEN, NORWAY, FINLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, BELGIUM, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, LUXEMBOURG, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. The item “BULGARIA ORDER OF ST. ALEXANDER KNIGHT GRADE WITH SWORDS WITH CROWN. RARE. VF+” is in sale since Saturday, August 3, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, United States, Australia, Japan.
If you need some time to pay, please inform me and we’ll come to a deal. I write English, German, French and Dutch (and try to in other languages;). Original steel Helmet Mk26 from Spain. This was the second helmet developed by the Arsenal of the Artillery in Trubia. It was submitted in 1926 for examination. Spain officially adopted the model in 1930. At once 20.000 pieces were ordered. The helmet was also known as the helmet with wings (‘con ala’). The model was widely used in the Spanish Civil war by both parties. A WONDERFUL addition to any collection!! See pictures and have a look at my other advertissements. Casco de acero original Mk 26 de España. Este fue el segundo casco desarrollado por el Arsenal de la Artillería en Trubia. Se presentó en 1926 para su examen. España adoptó oficialmente el modelo en 1930. En un momento se ordenaron 20.000 piezas. El casco también era conocido como el casco con alas (‘con ala’). El modelo fue ampliamente utilizado en la guerra civil española por ambas partes. Su concha y forro están en muy buenas condiciones. Tamaño ca 59¡Una adición MARAVILLOSA a cualquier colección! Vea fotos y eche un vistazo a mis otros anuncios. Original Stahlhelm Mk 26 aus Spanien. Dies war der zweite Helm, der vom Arsenal der Artillerie in Trubia entwickelt wurde. Es wurde 1926 zur Prüfung vorgelegt. Spanien nahm das Modell 1930 offiziell an. Sofort wurden 20.000 Stück bestellt. Der Helm wurde auch als Helm mit Flügeln (‘con ala’) bezeichnet. Das Modell war im spanischen Bürgerkrieg von beiden Parteien weit verbreitet. Ein wunderbarer Zusatz zu jeder Sammlung! Schauen Sie sich die Bilder an und werfen Sie einen Blick auf meine anderen Anzeigen. Casque d’origine en acier, le casque espagnol Mk 26, le deuxième casque mis au point par l’Arsenal de l’Artillerie de Trubia, qui a été soumis à l’examen en 1926. L’Espagne a officiellement adopté le modèle en 1930. Aussitôt, 20 000 pièces ont été commandées. Le casque était également connu sous le nom de casque à ailes (‘con ala’). Le modèle était largement utilisé dans la guerre civile espagnole par les deux parties. Un ajout merveilleux à toute collection! Voir les images et jeter un oeil à mes autres annonces.. Elmetto originale in acciaio, l’elmetto spagnolo Mk 26, il secondo elmetto sviluppato dall’Arsenale di Artiglieria di Trubia, che fu sottoposto all’esame nel 1926. La Spagna adottò ufficialmente il modello in 1930. Immediatamente furono ordinati 20.000 pezzi. L’elmetto era anche noto come elmo alato (“con ala”). Il modello è stato ampiamente utilizzato nella guerra civile spagnola da entrambe le parti. Un’aggiunta meravigliosa a qualsiasi collezione! Guarda le foto e dai un’occhiata agli altri miei annunci.. Capacete de aço original Mk 26 da Espanha. Este foi o segundo capacete desenvolvido pelo Arsenal da Artilharia em Trubia. Foi submetido em 1926 para exame. A Espanha adotou oficialmente o modelo em 1930. Imediatamente foram encomendadas 20.000 peças. O capacete é feito O capacete também era conhecido como o capacete com asas (‘con ala’). O modelo foi amplamente utilizado na guerra civil espanhola por ambas as partes. Uma adição maravilhosa para qualquer coleção!! Veja fotos e veja meus outros anúncios. The item “Spanish M26 con ala helmet civil war Spain casque stahlhelm casco elmo xx” is in sale since Saturday, October 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “roverbert” and is located in Nootdorp. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- casque con ale: farique Trubia
- Featured Refinements: Spanish Civil War
- Modified Item: Yes
- Country/Region of Manufacture: Spain
- Theme: Militaria
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Modification Description: The chin strap and fixings are new. The liner was repaired and comes from other helmets.
- Time Period Manufactured: 1919-38
This is very rare to find B5T Belt loading Machine. This is the later 1920 patent dated loader. This has a lot. Of the updates that are also on the 1918 browning belt loading machine. These are very rare and hard to find. This is for 30-06, i hVe been told that these are sometime called the 1928 colt belt loader. It is believed these are comercial belt loaders and not US military. This is not for the colt digger, that would be the older, non updated design. This is the best description I have found on this item. FEEDING THE TIGER: COLT VS. 30 CALIBER BELT LOADING MACHINES- A COMPARATIVE STUDYBy Jean-Francois LegendreIf World War II vintage belt loading machines for. 30 caliber Browning fabric belts are commonly encountered these days, the very early Browning variant, as well as its Colt predecessor, are considerably scarcer. This article is intended to provide a thorough visual and technical comparison between the Colt and the early Browning belt loading machines for the caliber. The first belt loading machine intended to fill the stripless fabric belts for the Colt Potato Digger Model of 1895 machine gun was patented both in the United Kingdom and in the United States by John M. The US patent was granted under the reference number 660,244 on October 23, 1900 (application filed on November 16, 1899), whereas the British patent had been granted earlier on January 4, 1900. Although this early machine had been designed by John Browning, since it had been primarily issued with Colt Model of 1895 and Model of 1914 machine guns, this machine will simply be referred to as Colt loader in the subsequent text. This belt loading machine saw a very wide distribution by accompanying the numerous Colt machine guns exported worldwide as well as those acquired by the US government. With years of experience gained by the use of the Colt loader, it became apparent at the end of the First World War that a few improvements needed to be incorporated to provide the newest, and commercially most promising, Browning Model of 1917 machine guns with a more reliable loader. Accordingly, besides some minor technical modifications, a set of new features to be embodied in the previous Colt loader has been patented by John Browning in the US under the reference number 1,327,698 and granted on January 13, 1920 (application filed on September 9, 1919). This improved new loader, which was used worldwide for decades, will be denoted in the following presentation simply as Browning loader. Retrieved by the renowned author Dolf Goldsmith, an interesting correspondence, dated April 26, 1918, between the Office of Traveling Supervisor/Textile Equipment Inspection, Bridgeport Conn. And the Engineering Bureau, Ord. Washington DC provides some further insights on the topic of belt loading machines and on the motivations of some of the improvements. In this 1918 dated document the two loaders were already denoted as old Colt loading machine and new Browning loading machine. Besides the commercial Colt manual for the Model of 1914 weapon, the other reference used in our study is the US official Handbook Antiaircraft material for machine guns – service handbook dated November 1919. In this document, the Browning, Colt and Colt Vickers belt loading machines are described. It is emphasized that Colt and Browning loaders, although visually similar, are not interchangeable since the cartridge pitch of the fabric belts for the Colt and Browning are different. It is also noted that the fabric belts for the Marlin machine gun correspond to the Colt belt pattern. Although the author has not been able to determine any conclusive difference from belt specimens between the cartridge pitch of Colt (and Marlin) and early Browning belts, the Bureau of Ordnance correspondence, dated 1918, indeed confirms that difference. It is explained that the early Browning belts are constructed with 17 pockets to the foot, whereas the Colt and Marlin belts have 16 pockets to the foot. It is probable that this difference of pitch had also been taken into account for the design of the sprocket feed wheels fitted to the Colt and Browning loaders but here again it proved difficult to the author to really measure such a small difference in pitch. The basic description and principle of operation of these loaders can best be explained from an early Colt manual as follows:… This machine has a cast-iron body to which the other parts are assembled; a cartridge guide into which the cartridges are stripped from their clips by the act of insertion; screw holes in the base for attaching the machine to a table or board; and crank handle for operating. Two cartridges are inserted in the leading end of the belt; the belt end inserted in the feedway, and the crank turned. As the crank revolves, the belt is drawn through the machine by the rotation of upper and lower sprocket wheels which engage the cartridge-filled section of the belt. As the belt loops are moved into filling position they are simultaneously engaged on both sides by steel needles, and thereby held open while the feeding plunger pushes a cartridge into place. In conclusion, it is realized that although similar at first sight, the Colt and the early Browning belt loaders do definitively differ in many features. In any instance, these early loaders remain scarce items today and are worthy of close investigation. A comprehensive description and comparison between the Colt, the Marlin and the Browning stripless fabric belts will be provided in a future article to be published in Small Arms Review. This article first appeared in Small Arms Review V8N5 (February 2005). The item “Colt belt Loading Machine, complete in working condition” is in sale since Wednesday, October 7, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “carbinecollector” and is located in Valparaiso, Indiana. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Marine Good Conduct medal. Engraved No 86467 Richard J. Also came with a hat EGA that has a screwback and a USMC Sharpshooter badge. The item “Pre WWII Post WWI Named Marine Good Conduct Medal Engraved EGA Sharpshooter Exc” is in sale since Tuesday, October 6, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “fear_the_roo_07″ and is located in Wilmington, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation.
100% ORIGINAL ISSUE PIECE. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Romania, Bulgaria, Mexico, China, Macau, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Montenegro. CANADA, USA, UK, IRELAND, AUSTRIA, DENMARK, SWEDEN, NORWAY, FINLAND, GERMANY, FRANCE, BELGIUM, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, NETHERLANDS, LUXEMBOURG, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND. The item “LATVIA ORDER OF THE THREE STARS OFFICER GRADE. CASED. RARE! EF” is in sale since Monday, June 8, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “worldmedals” and is located in NS. This item can be shipped to Canada, all countries in Europe, United States, Australia, Japan.