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WW2 German combat equipment, field equipment, packs, pouches, combat straps, gas mask, inert ordnance, inert grenades,  compass, A frame, bread bag, etc.
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WW2 German Landmine / Gas Marker Kit Pouch with Seven Metal Stakes & Skull Flags
    1GCE-1gta. Seven metal rods, approximately 19-3/4-inches long, with seven 3-3/4-inch wide x 4-1/2-inch high, yellow linen cloth triangle flags; each flag is printed with a black skull and cross bone design. The flags are tied onto the metal rods with their original, hemp-like, cord. The rods have provisions for stacking several rods together to increase the height of the warning flag. The metal rod, with its skull flag, was pushed into the ground where a landmine was buried, indicating where, “not to walk,” when passing through a German minefield. When the Germans vacated the area, they pulled up the rods with the flags, leaving no trace of where the mine might be. All of the metal parts are in near excellent condition showing no actual rust; the rods retain, at least, 80%, or more, of their original red paint that has worn off, in some spots, from handling and rubbing against each other. The flags wrinkled from storage, otherwise, they are in excellent condition and were well cared for over the years. The rods & flags come in a, medium-weight, grey/green, canvas carrier pouch with an, attached, adjustable shoulder strap; a large flap cover, with a cloth tab and metal buckle adjustment secures the top opening. The bottom of the pouch is heavily reinforced to protect the fabric against the pointed ends of the rods. The inside of the flap cover is ink stamped, “Kurt Seidel Berlin W 35 1939,” (some of the lettering is blurred). An open top pocket, on the front of the pouch, would normally contain yellow cloth tape, (not present in this listing); the tape would be tied from rod to rod to show the border of the dangerous area. The unit does not appear to have been used, however the pouch has some very slight soil marks on the front and backside, near the bottom, and one very small puncture mark in the fabric, (nothing really to remark about). The unit makes an impressive display.  A unique piece of WW2 German field gear. Overall excellent condition. $275.00
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Walther 27mm Flare Pistol With black leather Holster, Shoulder Strap & Cleaning Rod
  1GCE-2. A really nice set up consisting of a 27mm, short barrel, (6-1/16-inch, breach to muzzle), aluminum flare pistol with a smooth, bright, blue/black finish; the Carl Walther Firm manufactured the pistol late in the 1930’s and it was used throughout WW2. This specimen is in excellent working condition; it retains approximately 95% of its original finish with most of the wear, caused by the holster, at the end of the barrel, (one side of the barrel has more finish wear than the other side); there is also light wear to the finish on some of the highlights; one screw that has several short scratches around it; the exterior exhibits other very minor scratches, scuffs and blemishes, which are consistent with very light handling and minimal use. The interior of the barrel is bright and clean with very light signs of age and use. The dark brown, checkered, Bakelite grips exhibit only slight signs of handling. The left side of the frame bears the “Walther Banner” logo design; it is also stamped, “Waffenfabrik Walther Zella-Mehlis (Thur.); it is dated, “1937” and serial numbered “1288c.” The right side of the frame, breach area, trigger, trigger guard and opening mechanism are stamped with several Waffenamt, as well as inspectors’ proofs and other arsenal marks. Overall the pistol is in near excellent condition and was very well taken care of. The early style, smooth, black leather holster is designed to hold the 27mm short barrel flare pistol; the holster is approximately 7-inch wide, (at its widest spot), x 11-1/2-inch high, tapering to about 2-1/4-inch wide. There is a large leather flap closure at the top, which is secured by a leather strap that passes through a heavy rectangular bracket that protrudes through an, oval, metal re-enforced hole on the front of the flap. The front of the holster also has a circular socket and belt strap with buckle to secure the flare gun cleaning tool. The backside has double, vertical, belt loops, as well as two metal for attaching the shoulder strap; the shoulder strap is attached to the “D-rings” by means of two large, sturdy snap hooks on each end of the shoulder strap. The holster exhibits overall light to moderate surface scratches, scuff, and blemishes to the finish from handling and use; the leather is in Vg to near Vg+ condition, it’s sound, supple and completely serviceable. The fold over flap at the top edge of the holster exhibits light to moderate cracking of the leather, however, the leather is still very sound in that area. The leather is marked, on the front, under the flap, “Carl Kuntze, Penig. Sa.” And is dated 1935. The leather shoulder strap exhibits moderate to heavy signs of age cracking, but it is still very strong, sound and serviceable. The heavy steel rod cleaning tool is approximately 8-1/2-inch long, the bottom end has an aluminum plug that is the exact size as the interior diameter of the barrel; the top end is formed in the shape of an oval handle; a leather tab with a heavy snap clip is attached to the handle; the handle is stamped with an early style Waffenamt and the letters “GL” and the number “36,” (probably the date); the metal rod exhibits age and has a dark patina. The part of the leather strap that secures the cleaning tool handle has become unattached, (the loop part that holds the end of the belt); everything is still secure and can function perfectly without the loop. A RARE, very collectible set that came together as a direct veteran purchase. Overall condition: Shoulder strap about Vg-; the holster is about Vg+ and the pistol is very close to Excellent, or better. $850.00 SOLD
RLB, (Reichsluftschutzbund), German National Air Defense Organization, Civilian Gas Mask in Original Metal Canister. Both Mask and Canister Bear the "Mercedes" Logo Design

1GCE-2hhh. RLB, (Reichsluftschutzbund), gas mask designed to be used by civilian German  population for protection against a Gas attack. The mask is constructed of thin green rubber with 2-3/8-inch diameter, plastic-like, lenses and a protruding, nose-like, device for exhaling; adjustable cloth straps secures the mask to the head. The, stamped aluminum, filter is approximately 5-1/4-inch diameter x 1-1/2-inch high and has an interior of charcoal impregnated filter paper, (due to its age, bits of charcoal comes out of the filter when disturbed). The mask has, two, ink, Waffenamt, stamps along with other stamped numbers; in addition there is a large "Mercedes" ink stamp design on the rubber; the filter has embossed numbers, "RL1. 38/4," & "5 125," as well as a, 091,” ink stamp. The canister lid is deeply embossed with the "Mercedes" logo design and numbers and letters, "RL1-40/9," as well as other words, which are not completely legible. The green rubber is still soft and supple, with no signs of deterioration; the filter is bright and clean and has one slight rim dent. The 5-1/2-inch diameter x 7-1/4-inch high canister is constructed from ribbed steel and has a hinged lid with secure locking hardware; the exterior is painted Luftschutz blue color, most of which is rusted and chipped off, maybe 20% still remains. The canister has a moderate sized dent. The inside of the canister retains approximately, 99% of its original, Luftschutz, blue/gray paint. A, light-weight, moderately aged and rusted, carry strap resided in the bottom of the canister and is in, somewhat, relic condition. The mask appears to be a small size and was probably in unused condition when liberated by the U.S. GI. The outside of the canister would rate about Good-, the inside is near excellent. This is not the normal type RLB gas mask canister that is normally found. A unique variation. $125.00

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