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WWII Nazi German Bronzed Bust of Adolf Hitler Signed By W.Zoll
Item #: VF4682

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A fine quality bronze over spelter bust of Hitler. Standing 22cm high, the good quality head retains 99% of its original bronzed finish over the spelter base. The reverse of the head bears the impressed artist's signature 'W.Zoll'. The bust survives together with its original polished granite base.
Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
Your Price $550.00 USD

WWII 101st Airborne Bastogne "NUTS" Brass Souvenir Plaque 1944
Item #: VF4680

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WWII Battle of the Bulge, Bastogne "NUTS" Commemorative Brass Plaque. Depicting General McAuliffe's "Nuts" response to the nazi's demand for surrender. December 1944 101st Airborne insignia at the top and paratrooper in the center. 5-5/8" diameter brass relief plaque in very nice original condition as shown. Said to have been cast from the hundeds of thousands of shell casings left on the battlefield, this early casting has very sharp features. A beautiful example of this prized souvenir.
Shipping Weight: 0.8 lb
Your Price $100.00 USD

WWII US Navy Boeing Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet Fuselage Fabric
Item #: VF4657

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Roughly a 6 foot piece of fuselage fabric from a US Navy, Boeing Stearman N2S-5 Kaydet. This yellow fabric features a large white star surrounded by a blue disk with a white bar to each side with a blue outline. This design was accepted by the US Navy on August 14th, 1943. The fabric would display nicely under glass and is in excellent condition. 
The Stearman (Boeing) Model 75 is a biplane used as a military trainer aircraft, of which at least 10,626 were built in the United States during the 1930s and 1940s. Stearman Aircraft became a subsidiary of Boeing in 1934. Widely known as the Stearman, Boeing Stearman or Kaydet, it served as a primary trainer for the United States Army Air Forces, the United States Navy (as the NS & N2S), and with the Royal Canadian Air Force as the Kaydet throughout World War II. 
Shipping Weight: 4 lbs
Your Price $600.00 USD

WWII NSDAP Political Leader's Buckle M4 /116 for Camill Bergmann & Co. Koppelschloß
Item #: RK3

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This Political Leader's buckle is in great condition with nearly 100% of its gilt finish intact! The insignia detail is outstanding. The buckle reverse, with its attached flat bar (one end curves over to form the open catch, the other is completely rolled over the keeper frame with prongs), is nicely marked with a clear RZM insignia and the maker code M4 /116 for Camill Bergmann & Co. of Gablonz. A excellent example overall!

Price: $120.00 USD (Sale Pending)

WWII German Wehrmacht Officer's Hat or Cap Eagle
Item #: RK2

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Nice quality, hand embroidered national breast eagle with out-stretched wings measuring 2 1/4 inches, clutching a wreathed, canted, swastika in it's talons in bright, silver/aluminum wire threads with bright, green accent threads mounted on a cut-out, green wool base.
 The German army originally adopted a slightly modified version of the NSDAP's, Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, (National Socialist German Worker's Party), national eagle by order on February 17TH 1934, with instructions to have it applied to all steel helmets, visor caps, and tunics by May 1ST 1934. Later amendments to the introductory order stipulated that the national eagle was also to be worn on all field caps, the sports uniform and the black panzer wrap tunic. The eagle came in three distinct designs with two having slightly different, out-stretched wings and the third with down-swept wings. Generally officer's ranks utilized hand or machine embroidered cap eagles while EM/NCO's ranks utilized machine embroidered or machine woven eagles. During the war the cap eagles were manufactured in a variety of slightly different manufacturing techniques and colorations
Shipping Weight: 0.6 lb
Your Price $100.00 USD

WWII Nazi German Luftwaffe Transitional M16 Double Decal Helmet With Original Chinstrap & Liner
Item #: VF4654

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The sheet steel construction helmet retains about 90% of its original smooth, Luftwaffe blue/gray paint. The left side of the helmet has a first pattern, "droop-tailed", (circa 1934-1936/1937), Luftwaffe eagle which is retained about 85% and has age toned to a gilt coloration. The right side of the helmet has a national tri-color shield decal which is retained about 95%. All three, early liner retaining rivets and both inset ventilation bushings are all intact. The interior of the helmet has a light, tan leather liner. All the liner fingers and the original tie string are complete. The interior left side apron has the stamped manufacturers code and size, "BF62", indicating manufacture by, Emaillierwerk, AG Fulda, size 64. The helmet comes complete with a blackened leather chinstrap with a painted blue/gray fittings. Nice, early Luftwaffe helmet.
The first "modern" steel helmets were introduced by the French army in early 1915 and were shortly followed by the British army later that year. With plans on the drawing board, experimental helmets in the field, ("Gaede" helmet), and some captured French and British helmets the German army began tests for their own steel helmet at the Kummersdorf Proving Grounds in November, and in the field in December 1915. An acceptable pattern was developed and approved and production began at Eisen-und Hüttenwerke, AG Thale/Harz, in the spring of 1916. These first modern M16 helmets evolved into the M18 helmets by the end of WWI. The M16 and M18 helmets remained in usage through-out the Weimar Reichswehr era and on into the early years of the Third Reich until the development of the smaller, lighter M35 style helmet in June 1935. In an effort to reduced construction time and labor costs minor modifications were introduced in March 1940 resulting in the M40 helmet. Further construction modifications were undertaken in August 1942 resulting in the M42 helmet. The Luftwaffe pattern national eagle was originally introduced for wear by Fliegerschaft personnel on August 18TH 1934, and adopted for wear by the Luftwaffe on March 1ST 1935 along with the national tri-color shield for wear on the helmet. The first pattern national eagle was utilized until a modified second pattern eagle was introduced in late 1936 or early 1937. Regulations of June 12TH 1940 discontinued the use of the national tri-color decal and further regulations of August 28TH 1943 abolished the national eagle decal and dictated that it was also to be removed from all helmets although the directives were not completely adhered to.
Shipping Weight: 5 lbs
Your Price $2,400.00 USD