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This is a steel Luftwaffe belt buckle with its leather tab still attached, which has a faint makers stamp and a visible 1941 date. The buckle comes with a good condition belt leather, which approximately a size 100.
A good example of German infantry Y-Straps which have a very faint makers mark.
German Infantry Y-straps, in good condition, except for a small tare on the securing tab on the inside of the left strap.
A good example of a 6x30 Binoculars, which are maker marked "Oigee, Berlin". The binoculars are wrapped in hessian, however most likely added after WW2. The binoculars retain their leather neck strap and rubber dust cover, it also has the leather tab to secure the binoculars to the front of the tunic. The optics are in very good condition. This example comes in a bakelite carrying case, which is also in very good condition.
This is a FE41 filter for the M30 and M38 gas masks. The filter is unissued and still has both of its caps. It comes with carrying pouch which has the makers three letter code "hgz" for Rudolf Netuschil.
This is a M1935 map case, in good condition and comes with the celluloid grid sheet which is normally missing.
This is a period pencil and rubber, which would have been used as part of the accessories for the M1935 map case. The pencil is in excellent unused condition and is actually belong to the "Reichsarbeits Dienst" more commonly known as "RAD" ( state labour Service ). The rubber is maker marked "Korrehtor".
This is a auxiliary D-ring which allowed an individual to where Y-straps with out the need of ammunition pouches. This example has a faint date which is either 1942 or 1943.
This is a mid-war M31 bread bag which does not have the leather re-enforcements on the belt loops fond on early-war bread bags. It also has a split compartment which early war examples do not have.
This is an early-war M31 bread bag which has the leather re-enforcements on the belt loops. This example has had a minor field repair to the left "D-ring".
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