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Item 1120  WW1 German Gas mask

       

        

Here is a nice condition mask with pliable leathjer and all straps. The can has a minor dent in one side. The open/close clasp works fine. The straps are present but were broken and re-tied at some point. You can see this on the photos. The spare lenses are present. This is a mask you will be happy with. $300.00

 

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Item 1121  WW1 German Gas mask

     

     

This gas mask has a slightly damaged carry can with a punched hole and a split in the rim of the ;lid. It is an early style can. The mask itself is fine with nice pliable leather and all head straps. $245.00

 

 

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Item 1110  WW1 German Bavarian belt buckle

  

Here is a nice example with no problems. It is the 1915 style that is made from steel. No markings or dates but guaranteed 100% original pre-1919. $70.00

 

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Item 1116  WW1 German 7.7cm artillery shell fuse

        

This is a neat NON-DUG example of a Doppzunder 96 Neue art (new model) fuse which graced the tip of a 7.7cm artillery shell fired from the ubiquitous German field gun; the model 1896. It comes from a WW1 veteran lot. Brought back in 1919; not dug up in the 1990s. If you love artillery fuses like I do, you'll grab this. SOLD

 

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Item 1117  WW1 German belt and buckle

        

This is basically your standard no-frills Prussian infantry man's belt and buckle. No dates or markings other than the metric size at the tip of the belt. Decent pliable leather and a good looking buckle. SOLD

 

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Item 1118  WW1 German utensils

           

OK. I cannot say categorically that these are German. But they came home with a US veteran who scrounged a bunch of other German personal gear. They are about 6-7 inches long and would work great at thanksgiving. $20.00

 

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Item 1119  WW1 German soldier's flashlight

     

This is one of the nicest of examples of one of these which I have ever seen. I cannot guarantee that it works but I really see no reason why it wouldn't. A very typical item found with WW1 German soldiers as seen in many original photos. $50.00

 

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Item 1090  WW1 German black enameled mess kit

        

This is my favorite of the many variations of WW1 German mess kits. Remember the 1930 version of "All quiet on the Western Front"? The scene where the company is going to the cook to receive rations and then they get double the rations because only half of them survived the recent stint in the trenches. Well when the scene begins, the men start to line up and Albert Kropp tosses his mess kit onto the bench and tells the cook to fill it up.....That mess kit is exactly this variant; black enamel.

But anyway... The condition is excellent with only the most minor chipping. Clean inside with NO leaks or holes. This mess kit has no date or maker mark. (None of the black ones ever do) price $200.00

 

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Item 1091  WW1 German painted enamel mess kit

        

This mess kit was produced by an enamelware maker that did not possess the proper pigments to mix with the enamel emulsion in order to produce a feldgrau colored kit. So they made them in traditional blue and then painted them in feldgrau paint. This example has 95% of it's paint remaining. No dents, cracks or leaks. perfect for display or use. $190.00

 

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Item 1104  WW1 German Landsturm cross

  

This is a landsturm cross with two mounting loops at the rear. Nice pre-war quality. SOLD

 

 

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Item 1105  WW1 German guard shako plate, wartime

  

Here is a zinc/metal front plate for a guard EM Jager shako. Decent finish and intact mounting loops. SOLD

 

 

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Item 1106  WW1 German guard shako plate, pre-war

  

This is a nickel/silver early or pre-war front plate for the Enlisted shako. This is for a guard jager unit. $100.00

 

 

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Item 1107  WW1 German Bavarian spike plate

  

If you have a M1915 bavarian spike helmet that is missing it's front plate, then you are going to want to jump on this one. Not often seen on the loose. Has light corrosion on the front. The mounting loops are intact and sound. SOLD

 

 

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Item 1108  WW1 German gas mask lenses, 1918

     

Here are two pairs of wax-paper wrapped lenses; each containing a pair of lenses. each is dated April 22 1917. Get them both for $30.00

 

 

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Item 1109  WW1 German Iron cross charm

  

This is a neat little item. About the size of a penny. It is some sort of charm for a bracelet or necklace. SOLD

 

 

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Item 1023  WW1 German set of three tent pegs

  Here is just the thing to complete your display of Imperial German field gear. This is a set of three wooden tent pegs. Each soldier would have carried either two or three. These are not maker marked or dated but none of them ever were. Nice shape (and usable too) $35.00

 

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P.O.Box 582
        Lapeer, Michigan, 48446

 

Contact Information

E-mail: wii1944@aol.com

 

Postal address
Ken Niewiarowicz
P.O.Box 582
        Lapeer, Michigan, 48446