Nice genuine WWII enlisted men & NCO trousers belt trousers....
Replica of the camo net scarf often seen worn by paras, 185 x 80 cm.
Genuine WWII British camo net scarf often seen worn by paras.
WWII genuine British toggle rope.
OD canvas case to carry and protect the 'Grease Gun' USM3 Submachine gun.
Canvas sling for the USM3 Grease gun SMG.
Nice reproduction of submachine gun, made of metal, with simulated...
Very nice genuine WWII type Q-1B rheostat used in high altitude in...
Genuine WWII German cloth bag, to carry the anti-yperite poncho. Generally fixed on the gaz mask canister.
Genuine WWII US assault gas mask bag M7 used by airborne tropps and assault first waves on D-Day, complete with M5 gas mask dated 1944 and M11 filter.
WWII genuine US Navy ND Mark IV gas mask bag, mint condition, never issued, delivered in its original cardboard box dated June 20, 1944.
Genuine British complete N° 2 box containing its 8 tubes of anti-gas ointment, dated October 10, 1940. The tin gives general details of the contents and how to apply. These ointment tins were carried with every gas mask bag. Very hard to find dated 40 and in that condition.
Genuine British complete N° 2 box containing its 8 tubes of anti-gas ointment, dated April 16, 1940. The tin gives general details of the contents and how to apply. These ointment tins were carried with every gas mask bag. Very hard to find dated 40 and in that condition.
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.
Genuine WWII armdand gas sleeve detector, 1942.
British-made WWII paratrooper / infantry gas brassard. Made out of heavy brown paper coated with reactive paint. When in contact with vesicant spray, the paper would turn pink in spots. The cloth loop was for attaching the detector to the field jacket shoulder strap, most of the time on the right arm. That one is dated from March 1940.
Genuine WWII British gas mask, in its original canvas case dated 1943.
Genuine WWII Canadian gas mask bag.
Genuine WWII German gas detection reagent vial used to detect a certain type of poison gas.
Genuine WWII US Training gas mask M1A1, complete, dated 1941.
Genuine WWII US anti-vesicant cover in clear and dark green plastic, dated 1943.