WW2 - Capture Items

28 Items For Sale

German Field Binoculars

$50.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Neat set of used German binoculars, makers name on center knob, each eye piece adjustable, small chip on left eyepiece in Bakelite, but clear and work. Can't quite make out the maker's mark on the center know, but its there.




WW2 Italian Canteen and Carrier

$135.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Just in excellent condition and all there.




Goggle Lenses - German/French

$25.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Mint condition with tin cases and paperwork in both German and French. Both for one money.




Painted Iron German Eagle

$100.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Cast iron German Eagle, painted black, measures 8 3/4" wingspan and 6 7/8" high, weighs 1 lb 9.5 ozs. Picked this up at an estate buy last year.




WW2 German Army Compass

$135.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Complete compass in working order. Has mirror and measuring straight edge, nfg. by Max Kohl AG".




German Photo Postcard

$8.00 ($1.00 S&H)

Have two different German soldier photo postcards. They are sold at $8 each, or take both for $15.




Japanese Paper Lot

$75.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Here is a lot of six pieces of Japanese paper, 3 military currency notes, plus 3 other papers, all for one money.




Swiss M1914 - Sawtooth

$345.00 ($15.00 S&H)

In super condition with leather scabbard and short leather strap, marked to "S J C Neuhausen", with bright blade.




Japanese "Last Ditch" Bayonet

$250.00 ($12.00 S&H)

The so called, "Last Ditch" bayonet that was the substitute for the standard Type 30, marked to "Toyoda Automatic Loom Works", excellent condition.




Japanese Type 30 Bayonet - Handle Marked

$225.00 ($12.00 S&H)

Nice looking Type 30 bayonet, blade unmarked, the handle has 2 characters on one side and 4 characters on the other side. Just a great looking bayonet.




Pre-War S84/98 Sawtooth Bayonet

$375.00 ($12.00 S&H)

Pre WW2 S84/98 sawtooth bayonet, wood grip, the maker mark is mostly polished out, "F. Ko?? SOLI??", bright blade with scabbard and frog. The scabbard has a dent in it, bullet?, but does not impede the bayonet going in or out. Hard to find in this condition. A research friend of mine said the maker of this blade is, "F. Koelier & Co., Solingen".




K84/98 Bayonet - Matching

$250.00 ($12.00 S&H)

K84/98 bayonet with matching numbers, "9762 d, fze", blued blade, plastic grip, scabbard and frog.




WW2 K84/98 Bayonet - Matching

$250.00 ($12.00 S&H)

K84/98 Mauser bayonet with matching numbers, blued blade, marked, "41 CVL, 4894", plastic grip, scabbard and frog.




German Police Shako Insignia

$125.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Bring back, metal Police Shako helmet insignia, with both posts, washers and original nuts. Not marked that I could see.




WW2 Italian Fascist Fez

$225.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Great looking black felt Fez, with tassel and Fascist eagle in bullion. Beautiful condition in a small size.




WW2 Japanese Sennibari 1000 Stitch Belt

$265.00 ($8.00 S&H)

With Tiger design and taken from a Japanese prisoner.




Japanese Rank Insignia

$55.00 ($4.00 S&H)

Have two Rank insignia left, the top and bottom ones. The middle one with the leather tab has been sold. Take them both for %100.




1939 Dated German Canteen

$65.00 ($10.00 S&H)

Aluminum canteen with matching dated canteen and cap, "V.A.L. 39".




RLB Leaders Armband

$245.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Just a beautiful example of a RLB Leaders armband.




RLB Armband

$185.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Just a beautiful example of a first design RLB armband. Marked on the reverse, "ges gesch. H & F".




German Photo Postcards

$10.00 ($2.00 S&H)

Have four original German Photo postcards of soldiers. They are sold at $10 each.




Luftwaffe Pilot Observer Badge

$575.00 ($8.00 S&H)

Just a beautiful example of a Pilot Observer badge by "Pleuger & Voss, Ludensheid". Right out of the woodwork.




Japanese Officer's Dress Sword

$195.00 ($12.00 S&H)

A super looking example of the Japanese Officer's Dress Sword. It has a 29 3/4" long, bright blade that has either a W or M mark by the hilt. The brass wire is present on the grip, but should and could be tightened up by someone that knows what their doing. Nice bright, undamaged nickel scabbard with Japanese marks on the drag. Great looking sword.




Japanese Cavalry Saddle

$275.00 ($50.00 S&H)

Just a beautiful looking saddle and in great condition. The saddle has a beautiful color to the leather and it has the leather lacing underneath. Sent back to the wife of an officer while he was in Japan during the occupation. His wife was an equestrian and actually used the saddle for many years after her husband came home. Shipping will be actual quote from Post Office, depending on where you live.




Stalag IVB Staff Director's Briefcase

$500.00 ($15.00 S&H)

One of the coolest things I've run across in awhile. Brought back by a member of the 104th Division and given to a young man in Hummelstown, Pa. who's father was a member of that Division. A weathered and used briefcase belonging to "A. Pfeifer" Stabsintendant of Stalag IVB, Muhlberg/aElbe" on the nametag. This was one of the largest camps and housed British and American POW's among many other nationalities. It was a brutal camp by what I have read. If only this briefcase could talk!!




German Scout Whistle w/ Compass

$40.00 ($7.00 S&H)

Metal whistle, measures 2" by 1", marked "Scout Whistle" and "Germany" under lip end. There is a compass in the one side of it, I've never seen this before. Was among items a veteran brought back.




M-35 Kriegsmarine Helmet - Gun Crew

$475.00 ($12.00 S&H)

Right out of the woodwork, a super hard to find M-35 single decal Kriegsmarine helmet, hand painted in battleship grey, as used by shipboard gun crews. Original liner and chinstrap, named on inside to: "Kemptner". Marked inside NS64 (Vereinigte Deutsche Nickelwerke) in Schwerte, also marked DN76 by man's name. The outline of the single decal can be seen through the paint on the left side, the liner is original to the helmet and is dry with some damage. Just a great looking hard to find helmet.




German Delay Timers for Booby Traps

$65.00 ($8.00 S&H)

This is a German made timing devices developed in 1933 for camera's that did not have a built-in self timer. During the war, the German Armed Forces used these as a delayed triggering device for booby traps. Have one left.