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Many of the items listed here are from a collector who has decided to sell off his collection acquired over several decades. Many very fine and rare pieces are included, as well as some reproduction items clearly identified as such. These are mainly hats obtained to complete a comprehensive collection of German military headgear. If there is any doubt at all about an item, we will identify that fact and sell it as a reproduction.

SMM1621 – MOUNTAIN TROOP SLEEVE EDELWEISS. BACKGROUND: On May 2ND 1939 the Oberkommando des Heeres, (Army High Command), authorized wear of a distinctive Edelweiss tradition badge by Mountain Troop personnel to be worn on the upper right sleeve of the service, dress and field uniforms. Design of the badge was based on a badge worn by the WWI German Alpine Corps. On introduction the badge was on a blue/green badge cloth base, but in early 1940 this was altered electricity 101 episode 1 to a field-gray wool base. Of Note: A metal edelweiss with stem was designed for wear on the mountain cap and a stemless edelweiss was authorized for wear on the visor cap. Original regulations, unsuccessfully, dictated the edelweiss’s were to be removed from wear if the personnel were transferred out of a Mountain Troop unit. On November 12TH 1944 regulations were altered to permitted continued wear of the edelweiss after transfer out of a Mountain Troop unit as long as the individual had combat experience with the Mountain Troops.

Pre-1940 pattern, vertically oval woven blue/green rayon base with a machine woven edelweiss with thirteen irregular white petals, an eight gas and water mix bulb, yellow stamen and dual green leaves and stem. The edelweiss is encompassed with a silvery/gray mountaineer rope border, with a white piton to the top center. The insignia is still on its original blue/green rayon factory roll and is in overall excellent, condition. Recently acquired with a group of other WWII souvenirs from a retired WWII veteran. $75.00 (View Picture)

SMM1616 – German WWII Pebbled Aluminum RAD Enlisted Buckle. (Koppelschloß) The basis of the RAD, Reichsarbeitsdienst, (National Labour Service), dates back, at least, to 1929 with the formation of the AAD (Anhalt Arbeitsdienst) and the FAD-B (Freiwillingen Arbeitsdienst-Bayern), Shortly after Hitler’s appointment as Chancellor, (January 1933) the NSDAP consolidated these, and other labor organizations into the NSAD (Nationalsozialist Arbeitsdienst), a national labor service. On June 26TH 1935 the NSAD was re-designated RAD. Originally personnel serving with RAD wore a variety of earlier FAD/NSAD belt buckles until February 15TH 1936 when new pattern belt buckles for Officer’s and EM/NCO’s were introduced to provided uniformity in dress.

Early, injection molded, natural aluminum electricity 2pm lyrics box buckle with pebbled base field and circular, embossed central motif. Central motif features five highly embossed sheaths of wheat encompassing an embossed inverted spade head with high relief canted swastika on a subtlety textured, domed central field. Buckle shows minor chafe wear which has resulted in lost detailing. Reverse of buckle is a mirror image of obverse. Reverse has the integral, raised, slotted buckle catch and separate prong bar and prongs all intact. A beautiful buckle in excellent condition. Recently acquired with a group of other WWII souvenirs from a retired WWII veteran. $125.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 22728 WW2 GERMAN 8MM MAUSER STEEL CORE TRACER AMMUNITION- BOX OF 15 ON STRIPPER CLIPS – Nice clean full original box made in 1938 as indicated by the Headstamp and label. “Patr. S.m.K. Lspur (gelb) means “Spitzengeschoss mit Kern Leuchtspur’. (gelb gas near me)” indicates pointed bullet with steel core, and tracer color yellow. Black tip indicates steel core. The red stamped i.L. or In Ladenstreifen : on the label indicates that the cartridges are packed in stripper clips. We have had a lot of the regular ball ammo, but this is the first steel core tracer in stripper clips, a great item to go with your K98k Mauser rifle. Only two boxes available, price per box is $45.00 (View Picture)

**NEW ADDITION** 22050 ORIGINAL WW2 GERMAN BOX OF 16 ROUNDS 9mm LUGER AMMUNITION DATED 1944 – Full box, with nice clean label, still sealed, shrink wrapped la gasolina reggaeton explosion in plastic for display (after the photos were taken).. Since the box is sealed we are not sure of the headstamp, but they are steel cases probably marked with 1943 date of case manufacture, and the label reflects actual loading in 1944. The Germans used 16 round boxes to avoid waste from having loose rounds left over if they had used 20 or 50 round boxes. The P-08 Luger and P-38 pistols both had 8 round magazines, and the MP-38 or MP-40 submachine guns used 32 round magazines, so the 16 round boxes made a lot of sense. Nice clean sealed box, getting hard to find. Have several and some may vary slightly in the label text or stamped box markings from what is in the photo. $35.00 (View Picture)

**SOLD** SMA2472 Magazine Nazi Marked P-38 Spreewerk. – Excellent condition marked “P.38“ on the side and marked on the back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector`s mark on P-38 grade 9 static electricity quiz Magazines produced at Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia, eagle over “706“, and with the German ordinance code for Erste Nordbohmische Metallwarenfabrik, Niedrerinsiede, Czechoslovakia (P-38 Magazines) “jvd“. $125.00 (View Picture)

When the Nazis were given the western end of Czechoslovakia in the fall of 1938 the received the huge Skoda arms works which had made rifle for the Czech army, including a short barreled carbine called the Cz 33 carbine. The Germans took this handy little carbine over, called it the G33/40 and issued it to its mountain troops. The only change was the addition of a metal plate on the left side of the butt to protect the wood from the crampons fitted electricity and magnetism study guide answers to the mountain troops boots. The G33/44 carbines are eagerly sought after by collectors and the prices have escalated in the last few years.

19576 WWII German M1930(?) Luftschutz Gas Mask and metal carrying canister – Drager was (and still is) a leader maker of chemical masks and related items. This is (probably) one of the several variations of the Model 1930 Gas Mask adopted by the Germans. Some were for military issue, and others, like this, were for the quasi-military Luftschutz personnel. Overall good-very good condition with good markings as shown in the photos. Canister has all the straps and most of the original paint. No waffenamts or RZm marks noted, but we did not unroll the mask to look as it is a pain to get it stuffed back into the canister once opened. There are people who collect gas masks and in researching this we noted that there are an unbelievable variety of gas masks out there, so it might be a varied, and inexpensive field to specialize in. $125.00 (View Picture)

SMEW1633 – Sword Hanger German WW2 (?). This hanger was included with a collection of captured German and Italian items that we purchase from a retired WW2 vetern. It is made of gold wire on a gold cloth background with a blue stripe running down the middle and harry mileaf electricity 1 7 pdf back borders. Hanger is about 45 inches long and adjustable with silver (probably nickel plated) buckles and clips on both ends. Hanger is in excellent condition with no tears, holes or fraying of the fabric and no rust or damage to any of the metal hardware. $125.00 (View Picture)

This is a superb reference book both for the collector of Third Reich uniforms and for historians looking at photos to help identify what is shown in photos. This covers virtually all the rank, specialty, branch, unit and other cloth type insignia and badges, plus some of the metal ones, including the main military forces and many of the quasi-military outfits as well. Exceedingly well illustrated with photos and excellent color drawings. Highly recommended. $15.00 (View Picture)

SMA2427 Excellent Early Brown WWII German P.08 (Luger) Holster Dated 1938. – Holster is stamped on back with the German WW-II Heerswaffenamt inspector’s mark eagle over “WaA523“, the gaston yla agrupacion santa fe 2016 year of manufacture (1938) and the manufacturers name (A.FIACHER/GUTTSTADT). The pleasing dark brown finish of the holster would rate about 90 – 95% with some wear on the flap. The flap has a small hole in one corner. The stitching is still white, this indicates that the holster is in original condition and has not been “touched up“ or polished with shoe polish. The leather including the flap and buckle strap is supple and in good condition. Overall a very nice holster, complete and in original condition. Early Nazi period holsters like this with brown instead of black finish are extremely hard to find. $350.00 (View Picture)