G Type Helmet Liner and P Type Oxygen Mask
G Type Helmet Liner and P Type Oxygen Mask Complete with the metal horseshoe and two chains that connected it the bone dome helmet. The inner side f the mask is correctly marked with the moulded number P3/3A and made by Mine Safety Appliances Co. Ltd of Glasgow.
These saw service during the Falklands Conflict. read more
DLV (Deutscher Luftsportverband, or DLV e. V.)
German Air Sports Association (Deutscher Luftsportverband, or DLV e. V.) was an organisation set up by the Nazi Party in March 1933 to establish a uniform basis for the training of military pilots.
Here we have a DLV dagger by Helbig, straight out of the woodwork and brought home by Captain Lesley Healy (deceased) at the end of WWII.
It was caked in grease and there was verdigris ... read more
Hitler Youth HJ knife M7/67/38 Gottlieb Hammersfahr
Motto is still quite crisp considering the abuse these knives went through, being chucked at trees etc!
Blade is free of nicks, diamond wobbles nicely, grip scales are free of cracks.
A nice early motto’d knife. read more
Air Crew Europe Casualty Group
Air Crew Europe Casualty group to Sgt E. P. Parker RAFVR
This ACE grouping has been researched as far as I can.
The Halifax was lost with all crew on a mission to Berlin
Sergeant 1677776 Ernest Parker RAFVR was part of 434 Squadron, he flew in Halifax Bombers. He died with the rest of the crew on
29/01/1944 whilst flying in Halifax LK-916 call sign ... read more
WWI German Trench Knife (Nippel)
Here’s a WW1 German “trench” fighting knife that you don’t see every day, in fact it’s the first one I’ve ever seen from this maker in this style.
NIPPEL (1903, no. 63993): Franz Arnold
These were private purchase, made in the style we associate with Demag etc.
The handle is more slender, the blade continues that trend. The build quality... read more