WW2 - Capture Items

14 Items For Sale

Japanese Sgt. Major Rank Insignia

$25.00 ($3.00 S&H)

Super condition, only have the one, measures 1 1/2" by 3/4" and is 3/16" thick.

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!!

Luftwaffe Aluminum Fork

$45.00 ($7.00 S&H)

Full size aluminum fork with Luftwaffe Eagle, down turned tail and marked in two spots on the reverse, H.M.Z41 & F1.U.V. Excellent condition.

Army Sport Shirt Eagle

$60.00 ($3.00 S&H)

Just a great looking piece of cloth. It measures 10 1/2" by 5 5/8" and is in excellent condition.

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.

Japanese Arisaka Bayonet w/ Wood Scabbard

$165.00 ($9.00 S&H)

Nagoya marked Arisaka bayonet with wood scabbard. Scabbard wood is fantastic shape, the metal upper and lower fittings have been painted black (by veteran), the blade is marked to the Nagoya Arsenal and is numbered 1427 on the top of the pommel.

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.

Japanese Medal - Sacred Treasure

$95.00 ($7.00 S&H)

Nice looking medal, just missing a ribbon, so don't know what class it is. Well marked on the reverse.

Yugoslavian Model 1924 Mauser Bayonet

$65.00 ($10.00 S&H)

A super looking bayonet in excellent condition, matching numbers, blade marked, "Preduzece 44".

German Gas Mask Cover Bag

$12.00 ($3.00 S&H)

A little dirty, but in good shape and the snaps still work.

Leather Bayonet Frog - Unknown Origin

$25.00 ($6.00 S&H)

A brown leather frog with a brass buckle on the strap. It has copper rivits and is in near mint condition. I don't know the country of origin. It measures 7 1/2" long and 2 1/2" wide.

Alum. Spoon - 1935

$30.00 ($7.00 S&H)

An alum. spoon that is dated 1935 and has what looks like the Prussian Eagle on it.

German Delay Timers for Booby Traps

$50.00 ($7.00 S&H)

These are 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. I have two of the larger size left, by "Haka Autonips", with a photocopy of the instructions. They are sold at $50 each, or take both of them for $90.