Genuine WWII fighting knife, with short blade (12 cm) manufactured by...
Genuine WWII German black leather 1st type holster for the P.38 Walther...
14 WWII American veterans will be present at D-DAY EXPERIENCE museum,...
Genuine WWII US M1 shell helmet with fixed bales manufactured by McCord...
Genuine WWII British web belt, dated 1942, very good condition.
Extremly scarce genuine WWII US M1 helmet, fixed bales, original 1st...
Genuine WWII German helmet M-1940, with its original heer insignia. Well...
Genuine WWII personalized silver airborne wing, marked Sterling, worn on...
D-Day 6th June 1944 commemorative coin, marked on both sides with allied flags on a side and the landing beaches on the other side. Diameter 38 mm. Delivered in its box.
101st Airborne Division coin, with insignia of the unit and Campaigns on the other side. Diameter 38 mm. Delivered in its box.
Commemorative coin, marked on both sides in the effigy of the Free French (France Libre). Diameter 38 mm, in it's box.
Printed Army Air Force insignia with a Pin-Up on a bomb, perfect to put it on your cap or your jacket.
Fictifious american dollars in the effigy of the famous 101st Airborne Division, Screaming Eagle.
PVC 82nd Airborne Division patch.
82nd Airborne Division shoulder sleeve insignia ACU patch.
D-Day Experience banknote.
PVC 101st Airborne Division patch.
Green PVC 101st Airborne Division patch.
Eisenhower's US dollars.
Cloth patch of Currahee, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division. The 506th Regiment was founded at Camp Toccoa, Georgia. He holds his nickname "Currahee" of the mountain Currahee located near the camp. This name of Indian origin (Cherokee) can be translated as "Stands Alone" which will become the motto of the unit. 9 x 7 cm.
Box of 3 commemoratives coins concerning Utah Beach. One 101st Airborne Division, One 82nd Airborne Division and One 4th infantry Division. Delivered in their box.
Coin, 82nd Airborne Division marked on both sides.
Coin, D-Day Landing, marked on both sides.
Coin, Sherman, marked on both sides.
Coin, Victory, marked on both sides.
Coin, 101st Airborne Division marked on both sides.