14 WWII American veterans will be present at D-DAY EXPERIENCE museum,...
Nice genuine WWII DOT buckle leather chinstrap for the M-1 helmet liner....
Rare genuine WWII US M1 helmet, fixed bales, original 2nd pattern canvas...
Very scarce genuine WWII felt-padded bag, first-type, made in...
Genuine WWII US tanker hood used by tank crews, motorcycle riders or...
Rare set of a genuine WWII oval worn by 505th paratroops, 82nd Airborne...
Genuine WWII US overseas cap with blue piping for infantry, tailor made...
Genuine WWII officer cap for US Army, in Dark OD wool, with black and...
Very scarce genuine WWII felt-padded bag, first-type, made in water-resistant canvas, used to carry the AN/PPN-1 beacon transmitter receiver. There is an inner compartment for the sectional antenna. This bag was hooked under the reserve parachute of the 82nd and 101st airborne divisions pathfinders on D-Day, and carried on the back after landing.
Genuine WWII M7 assault gas mask bag used by airborne and assault first wave troops on D-Day.
Genuine WWII emergency signal kit containing pyrotechnic flares and pistol, provided with the dinghy located in bomber and transport aircraft. Empty.
Genuine WWII US special device for sampling and testing ambient air for gases. Soldier had to inject the air samples inside several tubes holding a reactive solution that would reveal the exact nature of the agent. Very good condition, but empty.
Rare genuine WWII British carrying harness for Wireless Set N° 38, Mk2. This WS38 web harness is a rare and sought after accessory for the infantry radio set. This example is in excellent condition and features the tail and wartime brass hook which is often missing.
Genuine WWII US metal padlock, manufactured by American, used by the U.S. Army during WWII to close footlocker and/or kit bag. Marqued US and delivered with key.
Genuine WWII US battery BA-55, used by the Signal Corps, made by National Carbon Company Inc, used with different radios. Hard to find nowadays.
Genuine WWII British N° 6 metal box of ointment anti-gas for tropical use. Empty box unfortunatly, but perfect to complet your gas mask pouch.
Genuine WWII armdand gas sleeve detector, 1942.
Genuine WWII US T-30 throat microphone, used by pilots and crew members. Also widely used in the noisy environment of armored vehicles. It is held on the neck by an elasticated strap. The T-30 throat microphone was the most commonly used tank microphone in WWII.
Genuine WWII US field telephone, type EE-8-B, which was used as a local or central set. Carried in a leather case, the aluminium frame holds batteries and ringing equipment. The handset is a TS-9-F.
Genuine WWII US wool sleeping bag mummy-shaped standardized in February 1944. In perfect condition and dated of June 21, 1944. Delivered with its green cotton cover used for all types of mummy-shapped bags. Set in perfect condition.
Genuine WWII British Wireless Set N° 48 MKI, complete, manufactured in the United States after 1942 and has been delivered under the "Lend Lease Act" to the British and Allied armed forces, dated 1942 - 1943. In perfect condition.
Genuine WWII US M6 carrier in khaki canvas, marked Army Lightweight Service Mask, which contains service gas mask M3 (dated 1942) connected to a M10 canister by a tube. This kind of mask was mainly carried by gliders and glider pilots during D-Day.
Genuine WWII US Training gas mask M1A1, complete, dated 1940, in perfect condition, named to Margel Jobert.
Genuine WWII British mechanical transport vehicles log book for a Bedford truck. Dated 1939, in perfect condition.
This is a very rare opportunity to purchase an original and genuine WW2 British Army Anti Gas cape dated 1942.The gas cape was made of a thin rubberised material. It was worn like a poncho. It was commonly worn as a light rain cape and was rolled or folded and secured to the webbing when not in use. Extremely delicate.
Genuine WWII British Wireless Set N° 38, Mk2, in very good condition. The Wireless Set N° 38 is a light man-pack transceiver developed in 1942. Used for short range infantry communication it was often used by the paratroopers. The radio has its rare original Web carrying harness Strap.