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Romania Kingdom 1930’s Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal

Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal
Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal
Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal
Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal

Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal
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.
Romania Kingdom 1930's Issue King Carol II Combat Helmet. Rare! Vf+ Medal

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British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919

British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919

British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919
BRITISH INDIA General Service medal 1908 – 1935 with AFGHANISTAN N. Awarded to BRITISH & INDIAN UNITS who served in the AFGHANISTAN 1919 N. STAMPED ON THE EDGE 74 HAVR. 2 / 98 INFY. ORIGINAL MEDAL WITH ORIGINAL BAR & RIBBON. MADE FROM SOLID STERLING SILVER, 44 GRAMS WEIGHT. PERFECT FOR YOUR MILITARTY COLLECTION. WORLD WILL BE CALCULATED. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919″ is in sale since Tuesday, October 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “rokas” and is located in Calgary, Alberta. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Modified Item: No

British INDIA General service Afghanistan NWF War combat silver medal 1919

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WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME

WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME

WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME. Another original item from. Not only do you have a WW2 dated packed parachute but you also have the entire harness here. Doesn’t get much better than this.. The story begins on the 22nd December 1939 at a wartime conference to discuss bombsight policy. A request was made by Air Chief Marshal Sir Edgar Ludlow-Hewitt, Air Officer Commanding Bomber Command for a new bombsight. He stated that the existing bombsights in service or about to enter service, did not meet the requirements of his Command. He wanted a bombsight that did not require such a long run up to the target and gave his pilots an opportunity to engage in evasive action on the bombing run. This defeat was to have major consequences for the conduct of WW2 as a whole. It marked the time when night operations became the major policy of the RAF Bomber Command, the point when radar was first used to detect raiding RAF bombers attacking main land Germany and the birth of the Mk XlV bombsight. Although later correspondence records the fact that the AOC did make the request during this meeting, the detailed minutes fail to record his request although the volunteering of Prof. Blackett to design a sight to meet his needs was noted. Other documents of the time refer to this request by Sir Edgar Hewitt and so the need for the highest security may have lead for its omission from the minutes. Through the influence of others present at the meeting he quickly obtained laboratory and engineering facilities at Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough where he could design and initially develop the new bombsight which he based upon the principles of the existing CSBS Mk lX bombsight. Professor Blackett was an eminent physicist of the time and in his capacity as a scientific advisor to the Air Ministry was present at the meeting. He had volunteered to design a bombsight that would meet the requirements of A O C Bomber Command. Thus was born the Blackett Bombsight. From that day forward, the proposed bombsight had an enthusiastic reception from the RAF and Air Ministry officials before even the first prototype was built. His new bombsight proved to be the significant improvement that RAF Bomber Command required. The proposal met in full the requirements of the A. It was first known as the Blackett sight and later as the MkXlV. It is interesting to note that it was first described as a medium altitude stabilised bombsight to be used within the 5,000 to 10,000 feet range. Later, the maximum altitude for which the sight was designed was 20,000 ft and later still increased to 25,000 ft. The first prototype known as the Mk Xll, consisted of the sighting head only with a second member of the crew feeding data into the sight. This was declared undesirable and resulted in a computer cabinet being designed and built which allowed the sight to be operated by the bomb aimer only. This was designated the MkXlV. When the concept of the MkXlV had been proved, Prof Blackett left the project team for other important work in Coastal Command. Braddick took his place and was later nominated by Blackett as the co-inventor of the sight. At an early stage in its trials at the Aeroplane and Armament Establishment, Boscombe Down; it became recognised as the first bombsight whether British, German or American which offered reasonable accuracy in conjunction with a wide degree of tactical freedom. The tachometric bombsights such as the ABS Mk2, the later SABS and the American Norden with their longer run-ups were preferably used at heights above 21,000 ft to reduce the risk from anti aircraft fire.. This height that time was above the maximum service ceilings of the new four engine bombers, the Halifax, Stirlings and Manchesters. The searchlight and gunnery defences surrounding a vital German target were often sited to take advantage of the short period when the attacking bomber had to fly straight and level to use in order to use its sight to accurately bomb the target. The shorter the run up to the target, the less opportunity it gave the anti aircraft guns and searchlights to aim at the bomber. The new bombsight was required to be manufactured in quantity to equip the new heavy and medium bombers in production for Bomber Command. It was unique in that it could be built using relatively lower grade labour than either the Norden or the British Automatic bombsights. Both these bombsights required a higher proportion of input from high grade instrument makers in their assembly and led to considerable delays in the production of the Norden. The redesign of the Norden for mass production resulted in the introduction of significant errors which eventually affected the performance of the sight in USAAF service. The Mk XlV has another little known advantage over its predecessor the ABS Mk ll, in that its bulk was smaller and was less of an impediment to the view through the clear bombing panel by the prone bomb aimer. A clear view through this panel was also important as it was used for map reading. This problem was so serious that consideration was given to providing with each bomber an alternative nose section with the front turret omitted giving space for a larger bombing panel. With the prototypes of the bombsight operating satisfactorily, the enthusiasm continued for its future use in Bomber Command. This contrasted with the reception of its predecessor, the Automatic Bombsight that was received with little optimism for its eventual success. At an early stage in its development, steps had to be taken to provide large quantities of the sights to meet the expansion of Bomber Command. The decision was made therefore to sub-contract production of the MkXlV to the USA, which would be additional to the output of British companies and also gain access to a much larger pool of labour. Sperry Gyroscope Company of USA were approached by the British Purchasing Commission in Washington. This company already had many years experience in manufacturing bombsights which now included the S-1 tachometric bombsight then in production for the USAAF. This bombsight was designed to supplement the production of the Norden, which at that time was in chronic short supply for aircraft of the US Navy and United States Army Air Force and the subject of much controversy between those services. Mr Vose of Sperry Gyroscopes of America expressed considerable interest in the MkXlV sight. He claimed that his company would be able to redesign the sight for mass production and in so doing, enhance its performance. He stated that at that time his company had development staff immediately available to undertake this work now that their Sperry-0-1 had largely completed development. He requested a set of drawings to be made available to his company with a sample bombsight being made available as soon as possible. Before these drawings could be handed over the question of the patents involved had to be considered. Professor Blackett became involved once more with Dr Braddick. Dr Braddick of whom little is now known, had also played a leading part in the development of the SABS MllA and also the cancelled SABS Mklll. This former sight was in final stages of development around about the same time. Although manufactured in small quantities, (less than 1,000) it was used very successfully by 617 Squadron in its precision bombing. It was a further development of the generally unpopular Automatic Bombsight. Vose of Sperry, in making his case for the manufacture under license of the MkXlV optimistically implied that the USAAF would be interested in acquiring the bombsight for use on some of its types of bombers. Later an old Hudson was indeed equipped with a Mk XlV/T1 but the USAAF rejected it because of the requirement to set manually, a wind speed and direction and for lack of connection to the aircraft through the automatic pilot. These requirements were a feature of the Norden and Sperry bombsights. The decision was made to subcontract the manufacture the Mk XlV to Sperrys where the American version would be known as the T1 bombsight. When the initial development work had been completed by Sperrys they in turn subcontracted the work to A. C Spark Plug Company at their Flint plant in Michigan. This company was a division of General Motors. This decision was probably due to the pressure on their Sperry USA factories in producing a large number of vital products for the American expansion of their own armed services. Throughout the contract, Sperry production engineers supervised the production at the A. C Spark Plug plant. Some components such as the gyros were supplied ready to install by Sperrys. The section of industrial history which deals with the development and production of equipment for the armed services of any nation is very rarely recorded in any detail; company archives rarely survive for more than a few years and are often not available to the historian. Sparkplug Company of Flint, Michigan was no exception to this rule and the author has been very fortunate in being contacted by Mr George A. Krepps in the USA who was an executive at the plant in WW2 throughout the period of the contract. His job was to supervise the quality control functions relative to subcontracted incoming sub-assemblies, final sight assembly and final test. His detailed recollections provide the basis for this article. The plant provided at that time a number of products to the aircraft manufacturers and government defence departments such as sub- assemblies for the Sperry S-1 Tachometric bombsight. They were also building gun sights for fighter and bomber aircraft that were based upon British designs subcontracted to the Americans. There were also, of course, millions of spark plugs produced for use in both civilian and military internal combustion engines. The RAF Air Staff in agreeing to these arrangements hoped that the American bombers produced in the USA would arrive in Britain with the MkXlV/T1 already in installed in their bombers. Work on preparing the bombsight for mass production started in May 1942 with the first T1 being ready for test in November that year. Initially, Sperry provided three production engineers to work with A. Spark Plug engineers in the reworking of the drawings so as to break the bombsight and sighting head mechanisms into sub-assemblies. They suggested improved production methods and provided the criteria to be used. Sperry took steps to ensure that test procedures and equipment met Sperry standards by the training of staff and supervisors. Changes were made in the overall design of the computer cabinet to reduce the number of manufacturing operations required. The tubular frame which surrounded the computer cabinet was modified to reduce the amount of welding necessary.. All threads used on components were changed to American standard threads. Die castings were extensively used where ever possible in the sub-assemblies. Sintered oilite sleeve bearings replaced ball bearings. The higher standard machine and cutting tools available to the Americans further improved the output. When it appeared to Sperrys that A. Spark Plug had the contracts under control, they arranged with the British Purchasing Commission in Washington to place further orders directly with A. The twelve main sub- assemblies were manufactured by 12-15 sub-contractors of diverse backgrounds such as the manufacturers of pinball machines, cameras, typewriters, and thermostats. A high proportion of female labour was employed, reaching 80%. With so many diverse sub-contractors involved, careful inspection procedures had to be put in place by Sperry. In particular, inspection procedures had to ensure the correct alignment of the sub-assemblies prior to final assembly at the Flint Plant. At the Flint plant, an assembly line was installed from incoming post inspection stores with a line drop at each assembly station for fitting the scheduled assemblies. The final testing of the completed units was carried out in five vacuum chambers approximately 900 x 1200 x 900 mm. In these chambers could be simulated the bombing operation with climb, glide, air speed and cross wind direction. Shaft outputs for the sighting heads were also recorded. The bombsight was tested at 1000 ft levels to 20,000 ft. The sighting head final test comprised mounting the head on an elevated platform to about 2.4 m above floor level. The input into the sighting head from the computer cabinet was simulated together with specified limits of roll. The performances of both sighting head and computer cabinets were checked to meet the specification. The figures were recorded on charts supplied with each computer cabinet. After final testing the finished computer cabinet or sighting head was mounted in a steel cabinet ready for dispatch. In August 1943 Sperry published a technical manual describing in considerable detail the T1 bombsight which is now in the possession of the author. The manual recorded the design at that one point in time; when the gyros were air suction driven. In 1944, and from Serial No 18,000, Sperry electrically driven units replaced the air suction gyros. These were used in all succeeding developments of the T1. The manual states that separate versions were produced were as follows. 1590649 Blenheim and Wellington. 1593175 B25C & B 25D-Mitchell. In this early manual, apart from a line drawing of a single Lancaster there were no references to the Halifax, Lancaster, Manchester or Stirlings heavy bombers, yet these aircraft were to be the principal bombers of Bomber Command. C Spark Plug produced in August 1944 one model only of the bombsight. Thus technical centres in USA and UK would have set up the bombsight to suit the flying characteristics of aircraft designated to use it. A final version of the bombsight was developed to cater for all aircraft that was designated to receive this instrument. A set of loose cams were added to each sight produced which included a dedicated cam for each type of aircraft to using the T1 bombsight. The dedicated cam automatically set into the bombsight the flying characteristics of the aircraft. No attempt was made to pair up a sighting head with a particular computer cabinet. These were to remain completely interchangeable with the corresponding British units as manufactured in Britain. In fact, an RAF bomber aircraft may well have had a T1 computer cabinet, operating quite effectively without loss of accuracy, with a Mk XlV sighting head or vice-versa. An astonishing total of 23,450 T1 bomb sights were produced at the Michigan plant over the period of November 1942 until June/July 1945. When the factory was fully operational, the output reached about 54 completed bombsights per day, using two shifts of workers eight hours per day in a six day week.. From a pre-war figure of 5,000 employees at A. Spark Plug the total size of the operation grew to 20,000. Further development of the MkXlV sight in Britain appears to have been based on the T1 series of bombsights rather than the British version. Towards the end of the war bomber aircraft were flying higher and so the bombsight design had to be modified to allow for this change. In December 1944 the T1A and B versions were produced. These bombsights had a similar speed range but the effective height range was increased to 25,000 ft. The maximum climb the sight could measure had been increased from 5° to 11° and 12° respectively for yet another version. The T2 and T4 sights were developed and manufactured in Britain after the war for later aircraft and often installed in conjunction with radar devices. With the T2 the effective height range was increased to 600-25,000 ft, a speed range of 150-350 knots and a wind speed of 90 knots. The higher wind speed was to allow for the jet stream at greater heights. It now seems that MkXlV was the name universally used by RAF and Commonwealth Air Bombers for the bomb sight and most were unaware of the T1 version. However, the version most readily found today in museums and in private collections will be that of the T1 and its derivatives. I never grade my items as mint, even though may be. If for any reason you require additional photos, please do not hesitate to ask. View My Other Items For Sale. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME” is in sale since Thursday, July 30, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “william_kramer” and is located in Naperville, Illinois. This item can be shipped worldwide.
WW2 US AN6510 seat military combat parachute pilot USAF Army Air force corp NAME

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POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare

POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare
POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare

POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare
POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare, awarded to all living boy and girl scouts who fought Nazi troops to 1945. In Poland the scout movement has a para military status. In downtown Gdynia there is a monument in their honor. The free listing tool. The item “POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare” is in sale since Friday, January 12, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “polishmilitaria” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Poland

POLAND POLISH WWII GDYNIA SCOUT COMBAT BADGE, 1945, extremely rare

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WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt

WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt

WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt
WW2 US silver balloon observer wing WWI Army Air Force corp AIRSHIP BLIMP badge. This is complete and was period shortened. This would be a fantastic pile to put on display with other items of the period. I never grade my items as mint, even though may be. If for any reason you require additional photos, please do not hesitate to ask. View My Other Items For Sale. Get images that make Supersized seem small. Tailor your auctions with Auctiva’s. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt” is in sale since Friday, November 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “william_kramer” and is located in Naperville, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
WWII German Wehrmacht combat helmet chin strap hanger US WW1 ESTATE leather belt

Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt

Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt

Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt
This is an outstanding example of a Japanese Army Officer’s Combat Sword Belt which dates from the World War II Era. It is constructed of heavy canvas with leather trim and metal fittings. The canvas has survived in extremely nice, healthy condition and the leather trim remains healthy with minor wear but with all the stitching still tightly intact. The Canvas Belt measures 4 inches in width and overall this Belt would fit a waist up to 35 inches. The item “VERY NICE JAPANESE OFFICER COMBAT SWORD BELT” is in sale since Friday, May 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “pcay” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Very Nice Japanese Officer Combat Sword Belt

Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii

Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii

Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii
This is a good example of a Japanese Steel Helmet which dates from the World War II Era. It has survived in well used condition nevertheless is still wearing its very nice front star. The paint on the body is heavily scuffed, however much remains. The original leather liner is long gone. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. Check out my other items. The item “NICE JAPANESE COMBAT HELMET WWII” is in sale since Sunday, February 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “pcay” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Nice Japanese Combat Helmet Wwii

RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare

RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare
RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare
RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare
RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare

RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare
RUSSIA, SOVIET ORDER OF RED BANNER, with bronze back combat support, sterling. With screw back disk, extremely rare. The free listing tool. The item “RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare” is in sale since Thursday, December 01, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “polishmilitaria” and is located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
RUSSIA, SOVIET WWII ORDER OF RED BANNER, sterling, with combat support, very rare

Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii

Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii

Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii
This is an outstanding example of a Japanese Army Officer’s Combat Sword Belt which dates from the World War II Era. It is constructed of heavy canvas with leather trim and metal fittings. The canvas has survived in extremely nice, healthy condition as has all the leather fittings with all their stitching still tightly intact. The Canvas Belt measures 2 1/2 inches in width and overall this Belt would fit a waist up to 38 inches. P> Be sure to add me to your favorites list. Check out my other items. The item “VERY NICE JAPANESE COMBAT SWORD BELT WWII” is in sale since Thursday, October 27, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “pcay” and is located in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Very Nice Japanese Combat Sword Belt Wwii

Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2

Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2

Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2
AUTHENTIC KINGDOM OF YUGOSLAVIA. WWII ARMY ADRIAN HELMET. For the infantry combat service uniform. Rare WWII period hat for an army officer/enlisted. Typical Adrian model helmet, French production. Dark green paint, some rust spots, please see the photos. Original two headed eagle cockade. 45 C on the inside. Lenght: 30 cm Width: 22 cm Height: 17 cm. PLEASE SEE 17 ACURATE PHOTOS BELOW FOR CONDITION! I’ve done my best to accurately photograph the piece to illustrate the real beauty and condition. I did not try to hide any imperfection. Please take a look at the photos. What you see is what you get. EXTREMELY HARD TO FIND! PLEASE SEE THE PHOTOS AS THEY FORM PART OF THE DESCRIPION. 2nd or 3rd item often ships for no extra charge when combined. Be sure to add me to your favourites list. AND PLEASE DO FEEL FREE TO ASK ANYTHING. The item “Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2″ is in sale since Tuesday, August 30, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\1919-38\Original Period Items”. The seller is “antiquearmsts” and is located in TRIESTE. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Serbia

Kingdom of Yugoslavia WWII Army combat helmet adrian cockade old antique hat WW2