Discussion in 'Other Militaria' started by Kai-Petri, Jan 17, 2017.
I just put it in boxes.
Got this stuff. Parka,CCCP 1961 banknotes,German bag. Rich A. in Pa.
Saki bottle. Rich A. in Pa.
I love that one; I can imagine it with a little tray and a few cups.
Thanks. I would like to have a tray. Rich A. in Pa.
Got these flags and lion hunting spears. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. Horse hair plume,TL-122D flashlight,chinese basket,Triumph ansd
Spearpoint(Jaguar) tools. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. W.W.2 pants,ribbon bars,Marine collar devices,Netherland book,games,cast lead figures,16 ga. slugs. Rich A. in Pa.
You certainly have an amazing collection. There is a real Army surplus store a few miles from me and the guy has some really neat original stuff, the store is packed. However, all I have ever purchased is an ammo can, some stickers and patches and a field jacket, M65, that is as warm as you could want with the lining in it. It is called Roman’s Army Store. Look it up on-line. romans army surplus store - Google Search
Thanks. That place looked neat. I helped my friend atThe Great War Store in Allentown.. It had 3 floors. Rich A. in Pa.
Thanks, if I am not mistaken it was the store on Hamilton Street? I lived in Allentown and in North Whitehall Township from 1969 to 2012 and I bought t shirts with Army and Navy and Air Force logos and jets on them, there, back in the 1970’s. However, I never knew that there was other floors there. I also shopped in the Original Army-Navy store on seventh street. As far as any original memorabilia, other than patches, I have my fathers dress Army coat, his mess kit with utensils and his canteen and cover with the belt, from World War II. The canteen cup/holder is stamped 1917 but the canteen is stamped 1941. I suppose they kept them in storage from WW I and issued the cup/holder along with new canteens to incoming troops. He inlisted in 1941 and was discharged in 1945 as a Captain in the 29th Infantry Division. Actually, I graduated from Parkland High School.
Yes. It is. Kuba's was the first Army-Navy store in Allentown. It is good you have some of your dads stuff. I have my grandfathers W.W.1 dog tag and some of my father and uncles stuff. Rich A. in Pa.
Got these size 10 flight boots. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. U.S. patch and unit citation,coins,small German stuff. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this D.A.F. mutze. Rich A. in Pa.
Got this stuff. French binocular case,Chinese bank notes,A.E.F. The 26th. Inf. in France and 513th.Bomb Sqdn.. books,War Ration books. Rich A. in Pa.
Thanks. Rich A. in Pa.
What I got. Russian M-49 7.9mm ammo box,bugle,1943 U.S.N. binoculars,U.S. W.W.2 gas mask. Rich A. in Pa.
Here's the latest addition to my ever expanding collection of German gas masks. It's an M30 anti magnetic gas mask and a 1944 dated cannister.
The gas mask has a nice WaA53 ink stamp on the inside and the 3rd pattern metal snout has the manufacturers initials (who was BMW) moulded in to it.
Records show WaA53 was assigned to Maschinenfabrik Augsburg-Nürnberg A.G.(MAN) which were, and indeed still are, diesel engine manufacturers.
Nice mask. Are you going to look for a shoulder strap? Rich A. in Pa.