A very nice condition, RAD enamelled RAD Fuhrer (RAD Leader) cap badge.
Retains almost all of its enamelling to the front. To the reverse it has its attaching lugs and makers marks.
These enamelled Rad Fuhrer badges becoming harder to find nowadays.
Two period newspapers and three period postcards all depicting Luftwaffe pilot, Battle of Britain Ace Major Helmut Wick.
Killed in Action 28th November 1940 off the Isle of Wight.
He was the recipient of the war to receive the Knights Cross with Oak leaves and at the time of his death was the highest scoring ace of the Luftwaffe.
The first newspaper article is a month or so before he died and the other a few weeks after his death.
In all a nice small grouping dedicated to a Luftwaffe Battle of Britain and Battle of France Ace.
Comes with a printout of career and action and his kills.
More photos on request
A very nice, British Homefront Ambulance Drivers Helmet. The helmet comes in its rare and hard to find carry bag/cover. This helmet together with its bag has been published in excellent book, Helmets of the Homefront book by Adrian and George Blake, page 349.
The helmet has the stencil A to the front and back, so double stencilled. Still retains its liner and chin strap. The carry bag/cover shows some stains with age and the attaching strap press stud is in all working order.
The top of the helmet shows some light 'ghosting where the straps have been over it.
In all a nice complete item with the bag/cover being very hard to find.
More photos on request.
A nice,WW2 issue RAF side cap.
The cap has the wartime black Bakelite cap badge and correct black Bakelite buttons.
Shows some wear with some small moth nips. To the top of the interior it has a makers/tailors stamp, hard to read but looks like two initials then Harris Ltd, Glasgow
A nice British No7 bayonet.
Has the swivel pommel ,blade is marked No.7 Mk1/L (Land Service) and on the other side a small broad arrow acceptance mark. The pommel is marked M 47A with a small broad arrow above.
The blade shows some 'in and out' wear otherwise fine.
PROOF OF AGE ITEM, I CAN ONLY SELL THIS ITEM TO OVER 18'S ONLY, I HAVE NO PROBLEM POSTING OVERSEAS, BUYERS IT IS YOUR RESPONSABILITY TO ENSURE THIS ITEM CAN BE IMPORTED INTO YOUR COUNTRY.
A very nice, K98 Leather bayonet frog.
The frog has its three lettered makers code of gfg 1942.
Shows some wear, otherwise fine.
A nice condition,2nd Class War Merit Cross without swords.
Comes on its original piece of ribbon, non maker marked.
A very nice, Polizie (Police) visor cap badge.
The badge shows some wear and still retains its two attaching pins.
A good condition, RADjw (Reich Labour Service,Reichsarbeitsdienst) badge/broach.
Still has its attaching pin and has its details to the back.
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