Good all matching example manufactured in 1940 by the firm Mundlos, nicely dated on the spine of blade.
The single fullered blade is in very good order and retains approximately 85% of its blueing, the ricasso is nicely stamped Mundlos along with the serial number 1110a which is duplicated onto the scabbard.
The pommel retains a good working catch and duel waffenampt stampings, the Bakelite grips are in good order, screw bolts have been turned sometime during its service use (common).
The steel scabbard is also in good order with only minor service dings, possible period done over paint to lower section that was exposed below its now absent leather frog.
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Sorry Mainland UK sale only, passport/driving licence photo ID will be required before item being dispatched, must be over 18+ yrs .
A good mid-war, service used K98 bayonet bearing matching serial number 6642 h and the manufacturers code 42fnj (Alex Coppel 1942).
The single fullered blade retains a good profile and has not been over sharpened, the blade along with all the metal work has been polished so none of the original blueing remains, blade well oiled which is still evident in the images.
The Bakelite chevron grips are in good order and appear to be undisturbed, pommel bears good clear waffenampt stamps, catch also in good working order.
The steel scabbard is also in good shape with only one minor ding, also in a polished state, waffenampt mark on the ball/tip end.
The leather frog is the mounted troops type with small securing strap, this has received light oiling at some time but does not appear to be recent, makers mark indiscernible.
Sorry Mainland UK sale only and passport / driving license photo ID will be required before item being dispatched, must be over 18 .
A good service used, large sized 37 pattern webbing belt bearing a MECo 1940 ink stamp.
The date stamping is almost indiscernible in bright light but becomes more evident in shade, the webbing is un-blanco'd and with some light service dirt marks, light wear/rubbing near rear buckles.
Fit up to a 40 inch waist (approx.)
A clean, lightly used British-made entrenching tool, the head being lightly stamped with Perks 1942 and the helve clearly marked WB 44 (1944).
A good condition small sized 37 ptn webbing belt bearing a MECo 1940 ink stamp, the date is almost indiscernible in bright light but becomes more evident in the shade.
In clean condition, possibly received a very light blanco, difficult to say.
Fit up to a 34 inch waist (approx.).
A complete set of German 1938 dated MG13 magazines housed in their canvas & leather edged carrying pouches.
All 8 magazines are in very good condition and bear clear waffenampt stampings, the pouches are sterile of any markings (that I can see) , with light service wear and some age related marks/stains, the webbing carrying strap and leather fittings remain in good strong condition.
Sorry Mainland UK sale only.
4 x triangular dressings issued by the Home Office for the Air Raid Precaution department.
Very clean apart from the odd light rust mark from lying on a safety pin for decades, one with light end damage.
55mm x 35mm x 35mm.
Last in stock.
A good condition pair of M1943 olive drab field trousers that still retain good strong colour.
This is an early pair with white liner band and pockets along with a sewn in label, now washed out.
Approx. 32 inch waist.
29 inch inner leg .
One small period done repair to inner leg about the size of a 20 pence coin, neatly done, all buttons present.
A well used pair of Fernglas 08 pattern binoculars manufactured by Oigee of Berlin with original aluminium protective cap.
The optics are clear and remain in good order, the ocular focus adjustment both turn smoothly , some chipping and loss to the ocular surrounds.
The bridge also bears a letter K stamp, leather strap modified/shortened.
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