DAGGER:37,5 cm. TL:40,8 cm. BLADE: 25,8 cm. DARK BLUE LEATHER ON THE SCABBARD.
Collar patch SKULL BONEs Gorget patch Tab CLOTH ww1 SPECIAL Force Insignia WWI ww2 WWII Handmade Embroidery GERMAN Military GRENADEs Shield 106×80 mm 6 g. The territory is rich in historical events, each era left its own unique and wonderful artifacts.
Optics are coated and very clear with no fogging. Body does show signs of age. Leather strap and case appears original to the binoculars — case in OK but rough shape with the back leather hinge torn so lid is separate.
Orig Belgian civil defence Adrian M31 helmet casque stahlhelm casco elmo???? . Item is used and does have some wear. Please View photos and ask any questions you may have.
AF7 – Canadian Naval Air Service Cap Badge, 1920’s era. 2 lugs Bronze, very detailed striking. See our other listings. Please visit our website : arcticmedals dot com for illustrated list of Military Medals and especially Canadian badges. Fair prices offered for your surplus items or trade.
This is a rare and unique set of Romania Kingdom Crown Order Grand Officer without Swords, Type 1, prior to 1900 in my opinion in good condition. It is a perfect addition to any collection of Militaria and is sure to impress any collector. The set has been well-preserved and is a great piece of history from Romania. This set is a must-have for any serious collector of Militaria, and it is a valuable addition to any collection.
The 24 box chain is a marriage to the locket. Opens from the left side. Marked STERLING on the back. Total weight of locket and chain is 13.4 grams. Photos show front and back. Two tiny dings on the back, but otherwise in very good gently used antique condition.
The Marines withdrew from Haiti, including aviation, in 1934. HAND OPAQUED IN THE ORIGINAL NEGATIVE ON THE LOWER EDGE THIS IS NOT A COPY OR A REPRODUCTION.
CROATIA Order of The Crown Of King Zvonimir; First Class Grand Officer Breast Star, 70 mm high, made from silver and hot baked enamel, hallmarks, in Excellent condition.
Performance program from February 21, 1928. Guiteras School Auditorium, Bristol, RI. Incidental music by the Colt High School Orchestra under the direction of Miss M.