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  1. Looking to learn more about this gas mask my grandfather gave to me several years ago. I believe it is perhaps a WW I mask made by the British? Thanks for any info!
  2. A set of blc 7x50 "Gas Mask" binoculars , I dare say most collectors of binoculars will have a set. This set came with its case and filters and is almost as mint as one could hope for , they are comfortable to use and compare well with any 7x50. The binocular on the left is I think an early "gas mask " type model, artl. marked.
  3. Guys, As stated above, I have boxes of these but this is the first I have for a Man Extra large.
  4. Guys, In same skip as mess tin, complete set! I always take these as they could be used by fraudsters, at €2 the pair it did not break the bank.
  5. Hello there, i have this map, which i probably got with something else (i don´t remember). I probably gonna sell it and i´d like to ask you guys for a fair price to ask. I don´t know anything about map-collecting or if thats a thing at all. Its a map "Nur für den Dienstgebrauch" (Only for official use) of Kotelnitsch and this map is obviously a part of a map set of european russia. The reverse is some kind of plastic, which has some age. There are a few holes on the paper on some of the folding points, but overall the map is in good condition. I´d appreciate any help with the pricing of this item. Thanks Gerd Edit: I just realized, there is an evaluation forum. Sorry about that, maybe a mod can move the thread there?
  6. Hello, I would like opinions on these boots if they are indeed WW2 era German. The guy I bought them from said that they are late war boots that are not popular with collectors as other models are. He is sending me a certificate of authenticity. There are no markings on them that I see other that on the sole I saw a 44. I would like any help you can give. Thanks for your time.
  7. Guys, I haven't looked it up yet but I have no reason to doubt it. It is likely Luftwaffe TBC.
  8. Guys, Quite normal to find these with either Eagle but not with a Weimar Eagle as late as 37? Just not normal but there it is!
  9. Guys, I have something similar and it is always a talking point but I got this at the weekend for peanuts so here it is! Any thoughts? A couple more pics!!!
  10. Guys, Here is a set of small Y-Straps, there are no markings, they have a bit of age to them. The carbine clips are the same as those often encountered on HJ waterbottles? I have no idea, anyone any thoughts? Cheers Jock
  11. Hello Collectors! Just want to show my lovely WW2 Kriegsmarine ships clock made by Kieninger & Obergfell which I am thinking about to sell. Comments are very welcome! Regards, Florian
  12. Hi all gents, i just created an account. I have a first question, which im sure you are more then able to help me with. Ebay item number 300945531048 Tried finding the unit marking on many sites and dictionaries. I come up short, not even a long guess possible from my side. Any help would be greatly appreciated with this mysterious stamp. Thank you for your time. /Martin
  13. Hi all, Accidentally posted this in the wrong forum, so sorry if anyone's reading it a second time! My Dad recently dug out an old pair of binoculars given to him from his uncle years ago. He knew they were U-boat binoculars but didn't know much else about them. We've recently started trying to find a bit more information about them, but it seems like most of the interest surrounds Zeiss models, and we can't seem to find too much about the pair my Dad owns from general internet searches, so would be really interested to find out more about them if anyone can help? Here's what we do know: My great-uncle was on a ship called HMS Zephyr, a British destroyer, during the war, and we assume it was during this time that he came across the binoculars from a surrendered U-boat. They're 7x50 cxn (which we found is the code for the manufacturer Emil Busch), and serial number is 456902. I will attach a few photographs for interest. It seems that this is the best place to ask, as there's a lot of information here, and we'd really appreciate if anyone has any more information about these binoculars. Cheers, Jill
  14. Dear All A bit of my weeney Luftwaffe flight gear for a peek Cheers Moszihttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2013/post-3217-0-59416000-1359897081.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2013/post-3217-0-83388000-1359897094.jpghttp://gmic.co.uk/uploads/monthly_02_2013/post-3217-0-64581400-1359897111.jpg
  15. Greetings, I guess seeing a recent posting of a KM Ship bulkhead clock got me thinking about ths. Now, we have all seen examples where there would be the mark "N" or "O" and then there would follow numbers signifying the unit. Question #1: What was the designator and what was the guide to assign a specific command or unit, a serial number? Is there a database to show what kind of unit a certain piece could be attached to? Question #2: Pocket Watches, Bulkhead Clocks were marked, Why not expensive portible navigation items such as Sextant, or other various tools with this unit identifier placed on the item? If anyone has some insight on why this was that timepieces seem to be the only thing that was identified in this way; I would appreciate any thoughts or wisdom in this. Regards, JustinG 2dresq
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