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Matched pair of Colonel's red clip-on gorget patches together with a pair of ACF Colonel's rank-slides machine embroidered on DPM camouflage material. This set would have been worn by a Colonel Commandant of a County Cadet Force.
Paperback 20mm thick book with hundreds of pages measuring 22.5 x 20cms published for summer 1936 listing time-tables and routes for all trains in West Germany and into Belgium & Holland. Included as inserts are a rail map plus some tissue route-cards for specific journeys. To help preserve the book, the cover has had a clear Fablon cover applied. Slight minor loosening of the cover but all complete and in good condition...
Paperback 50mm thick A5-sized book published for the 1936 Olympic Games listing time-tables and routes for all forms of public transport throughout the Reich and beyond including trains, buses, aircraft, ships, etc. Also included are a Reichsbahn map, a Lufthansa Summer (Olympics) timetable, Rhein Steamer Services Programme and other enclosures. All complete and in very good condition.
German A5-sized card-back book entitled "England's Tyranny in Ireland". This book is part of a propaganda series called "England ohne Maske" (England Unmasked) showing England in the worst possible light at the time of The battle of Britain. The Book has 56 pages and contains mainly narrative but with some photos. Good complete condition.
Circular darkened brass buckle complete with keeper on full-length black shiny leather belt all in excellent condition. The belt is ink-stamped with the size '97'. The buckle hook is stamped 'St.& L' for Steinhauer & Lück of Lüdenscheid and the leather length adjustment strap is stamped 'A.Domeyer, Bremen 8'.
This buckle design appears as item 22522 in the F.W.Assmann wartime catalogue
Circular darkened brass buckle complete with keeper on full-length black shiny leather belt all in excellent condition. There are no makers marks or date stamps.
This buckle appears as item 22501 in the F.W.Assmann wartime catalogue
One-piece steel buckle re-painted field-grey with no makers marks in extremely good condition. The painting seems to be very old. It is complete with a full-length black leather belt, size stamped '96' and with an indiscernible makers stamp and date which could be '1914'. The belt has a brass hook. Overall excellent condition for its age.
A rare WW1 telegraph-troops elongated steel buckle retaining most of its original finish and in very good condition. The buckle has no makers' marks. The black leather belt is in first-class full-length condition with a brass hook fitting. The belt bears a very faint makers stamp and date which I believe reads '1915'.
Plain pebbled nickel buckle on a 30mm wide full-length black leather belt for wear when in shirt-sleeve order. Both the buckle and hook are marked with the OLC logo of Overhoff & Co. of Lüdenscheid.
West German army single-piece stamped nickel buckle complete with leather tab. The buckle is stamped with the 'A' logo of Assmann & Söhne of Lüdenscheid. The 48mm wide full-length black leather belt is size-stamped '90' and bears the ink stamp '8-65-41' as well as the owners handwritten name and unit:- "Pz.Gren. Günther Ma...... / Ausb. ....Stube 117". The hook is stamped with a triangular 'JNO' makers logo.
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