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Z1068     Cut End of German Belt with Aluminum Keeper

Description: Nice cut off end of a German belt. These along with some iron/aluminum buckles were excavated out of a hospital site in Carville, France. This one is marked "A36" which means it was manufactured by Assmann.

Measures: 1.75" x 2.25"

Recovered: Lower Normandy in Carville France

Price: $15.00

Z1069     Cut End of German Belt with Aluminum Keeper

Description: Nice excavated portion of a German belt. This part was cut from the original. A few of these and buckles were discovered in a hospital trashpit in Carville, France. I am unsure if this one is maker marked but is similar to the other one listed which is manufactured by Assmann.

Measures: 1.75" x 2"

Recovered: Lower Normandy in Carville France

Price: $15.00

Z1000     German Army "Heer" Buckle in Aluminum by Hermann Aurich of Dresden

Description: Nice aluminum German army buckle. This one  They Type 4 Integral catch system. This one was painted at one time but shows use. This specific type is hard to find by this maker!

Backmark: H.A.

Measures: 1.87" x 2.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $150.00

Z996     Excavated WWII German ID Tag

Description: Here is a nice excavated German ID tag from the Halbe battlefield. This one has the standard markings but the fields on the tag are not specifically stamped in with any particular regiment or name. This particular example is made of zinc.

Measures: 2.75" x 2"

Recovered: Halbe Battlefield

Price: $35.00

Z549     WWI Dated Model 1916 Holster for .45 Colt Model 1911 Automatic Pistol

Description: Here is a very nice russet/brown leather holster for the M1911 .45 Colt. This one is in very nice shape with no major wear or damage. This one shows honest use but in still in great shape. It has the iron hook for the webbed belt which is a key sign that it would be WWII. The WWI versions typically have brass hangers unless they were modified. The initials "D.S." are carved into the back, There is a maker marking on the back but it is well worn. Under close inspection you can read -42. The area where the iron hanger is looped through and doesn't show any wear from use. There is a little verdigris on the brass pieces which is quite common on leather items. The leg lace that would have been tied to the hole at the bottom is missing. Most were well worn, and when exposed to moisture or mud they tend to dry out and break.  This piece would look just great with a WWII era M1911 hanging out of it.

Measures: 10.25" x 5.5"

Recovered: Surplus Stocks

Price: $65.00

Z176     Relic Condition MG34/42 Assault Drum

Description: Here is an excellent relic for the MG34/42 machine gun. There are plenty of pictures out there with these drum magazines attached to the bellies of the beasts. These machine guns could fire at very high speeds and were name "Hitler's Buzzsaws."

Measures: 6" x 5.5"

Recovered: Narva Estonia

Price: $85.00


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