Genuine WWII US M-1942 machete, made by True Temper. and dated 1944,...
Genuine WWII issue complet US army M1 helmet liner manufactured by...
1940's US made out of iron and leather catcher's mask for baseball....
Genuine WWII US Signal Corps Delta type MX - 290 / GV lantern. This...
Genuine WWII US pouch magazine for carbine M1, dated 1944 and...
Genuine WWII Good Conduct medal in its original box dated May 11, 1944....
Genuine WWII German Sudetenland Medal. Instituted on 18 October 1938,...
Genuine WWII US Officer's cap insignia (metal eagle), screw back.
Genuine WWII US wirecutters, made by H.K.P. Inc. Good condition.
Genuine WWII US felt-padded bag MX-183 for the PPN-2 beacon, padded inside with felt and made of water-resistant canvas. Very good condition. The Crown zipper works perfectly.
Genuine Post War US pair of TL-13-A pliers, well marked and 1950. Often missing in the pouch CS-34 issued and used by engineers for splicing electrical wire.
Genuine WWII British hand microphone N°3 with a switch button, in perfect condition. Mainly used with Wireless Set radio and in the Armored forces
Genuine WWII US satchel signal bag, generally used to carry headsets, microphones etc, for many types of radio sets. Without strap.
Genuine WWII US Army Air Force camera gun type AN-N6. Designed to generally be mounted internally in the wings of fighter and ground attack aircraft to record details of a strike, to serve as confirmation for claims of enemy aircraft damaged or destroyed.
Genuine WWII US cards of semaphore method governing the use of numeral flags and pennants. Manufactured and distributed by the Sunset Press, California.
Genuine WWII US Army T-17 microphone with a SW-209 switch, in perfect condition and dated 1942. Mainly used in the Armored forces.
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 emergency signal kit containing pyrotechnic flares and pistol, provided with the dinghy located in bomber and transport aircraft. 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 battery BA-55, used by the Signal Corps, made by National Carbon Company Inc, used with different radios. Hard to find nowadays.
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 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.
Genuine WWII TS-13-E handset for radio.
Genuine WWII US projector M-227, used with the complet set lamp SE-11.
Genuine WWII US M-209 converter, dated 1944.