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German World War II (1939) Field Surgery Assemblage (Item WEHR 25-1)

DESCRIPTION: In the military-relics field, this is one of the most fantastic finds of 2007. It's almost impossible to imagine ever finding this as complete as it is. The chest of tools is marked Hauptbesteck 1939, the first year of the Second World War. Inside the cover is a chart listing all the implements. Hauptbesteck, is translated as head, or main implements. The inside cover has a metal plate that says: “AKTIENGESTELLSCHAFT FÜR FEINMECHANIK VORMALS JETTER & SCHEERER TUTTLINGEN.” The chest measures 20 x 12 inches and is 6 1/2 inches deep. It weighs about 65 pounds. In seven trays that fit neatly and exactly into the chest are well over 100 pieces of surgical implements including scalpels, forceps, an amputation saw, many types of surgical tweezers and knives, straight razors, sutures, bullet extractors, picks, bone breakers, and incision wheels. It is a complete armamentarium, or full complement, for the field surgical staff. There a few pieces missing, but this is because surgeons upon finding new techniques are always eliminating pieces that are no longer viable to the medical situation at hand. So as not to confuse the support team, sometimes a new implement not shown on the charts is added. Most of the pieces bear the logo of the company. The grouping also comes with charts and enclosed is a diagram that illustrates the trays and their placement. Without a doubt this has to be one of the rarest items ever offered in World War II medical collectibles and was brought back by a doctor who doesn't care to be identified and who was the unit head of an American M.A.S.H.-type unit. He removed it from a German field hospital in France. This is utterly fantastic.

PRICE: $2,500.00; Just reduced on Special Sale to $1,750.00, but postage will be painful--especially over seas.

 

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German World War II Flag-type Mine Markers (Item WEHR 25-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a complete set of German minefield markers consisting of 16 individual flag markers. Little flags suspend from a heavy-gauge metal staff. They are all contained in a carry case with strap for wearing that has a pocket for the string. This is pulled after setting the mines. Each of the staff portions of the individual flag has two tubelike attachments where the string is fed through. When the complete minefield is laid and each mine is set in place with a flag marking each one, then the mine engineer (Pioneer) pulls the string and all the flags are drawn in. Each flag device is 20 inches long and the little skull pennants are nearly 5 inches long. They were manufactured in a strong cotton material and were printed with black waterproof ink. These pieces are quite rare and the prices are really high on individual pieces when found. Go to gunbroker.com and you may still see one (just one!) piece offered in its Auction with an estimate of $160-270. We offer this set, not for $2,720 (and that is what 16 would bring according to the above estimate). No, we are offering the entire set with carry case for the price seen below.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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World War II Photo Album of Army and Labor Corps Experiences (Item WEHR 25-3; ALBUM 1-1)

DESCRIPTION: This is a typical album as was put together by millions of German soldiers who served their fatherland in the Great War for European civilization between 1939 and 1945. It contains 54 pictures from the life story of one soldier, whom it seems was cavalry, or at least in equestrian duties because there are so many horse pictures. The man was obviously stationed in France for a time after the liberation of that country. There is one great picture of a young German in portrait style, who might be our soldier’s younger brother or just a Kamerad. Toward the end of the album there are some pictures of his time in the compulsory Reich's Labor service. One great thing about this album is an embossed relief portrait of a World War I soldier, wearing an M-16-style helmet. The cover seems to be in genuine front-quarter horse hide and measures 10 x 7.25 inches. By any standards, this is a fine collection of scarce pictures; a tribute to the man who lived and perhaps died for Germany and the German Volk!

PRICE: SOLD

 

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Book Signal, the German Military “Life” Magazine (Item WEHR 25-4)

DESCRIPTION: This issue in 1943 is in the French language and on its cover is a great picture of a French officer who served in the army of France, 1914-1918, but now serves the army of Europe alongside his former enemies because he knows that the anti-Bolshevik struggle is a European battle. This issue is the much-sought-after edition that documents the noble and heroic Cossack volunteers who also fought alongside the Germans against the red menace. The pictures are great and important. Other volunteers are also shown, such as Bulgarians, and there are super color pictures of German artillery and mechanized artillery carriers. All in all, this is one of the best of Signal magazine. It comprises 39 pages and of course this magazine is in large format—16 x 14 1/2 inches. It’s in great shape throughout.

PRICE: $75.00

 

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Wehrmacht Photo Album with 56 Great Pictures (Item WEHR 25-4a; ALBUM 1-2)

DESCRIPTION: Here is a very fine little photo album assembled by a German soldier who was cavalry, or at least associated with equestrian services (early horse-drawn artillery?). There are seven pictures that show German soldiers with horses. The soldier was involved with the French front and Paris occupation (liberation). There are quite a few photos taken in France. As usual, there are pictures of either his or a friend’s labor service in the RAD. The man obviously was a patriot as evidenced by two press-release images of the Führer in 7 x 5-inch size that he included in his album. The album measures 10 x 7 inches and is rather unusual with an embossed bust portrait of a German soldier on its cover. The cover seems to be in leather, or simulated leather.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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German Field Telephone Set with Home Base Part (Item WEHR 25-9)

DESCRIPTION: This is a singular German field telephone. It matches in every way the one in the set above. Please refer to the description there.

PRICE: SOLD

 

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3-Dimensional Plaque Depicting a Sturmtrupp Soldier (Item WEHR 25-10; G-ABUND 1-3; KSTATUES 4-5)

DESCRIPTION: This is spectacular!—a beautiful plaque with a World War I Storm Trooper advancing with hand grenade ready to thrust, with four more grenades in his belt (he means business!). The very unusual figure is separate, but adhered to the framing while standing on a plinth that represents the battleground. The figure has the model 16 helmet, gas mask, canteen, entrenching shovel, bread bag, bullet pouch, etc. This figure is probably by a company that made many decorative items for export, because in tiny letters down at the bottom of the plants it says in English “Made in Germany,” but we are fairly sure that this plaque was made for home use. The only other possibility would be that it was for export to various buyers in the German-American Bund in the 1930s. These people bought many knickknacks with patriotic motif. The deep-set special framing is 11 x 16 inches. The silver background is 6 x 10 1/2 inches. The soldier from the top of the helmet to the bottom of the combat boots is 8 inches tall. The material is white metal, or spalter, except for the rifle and that separately fits snugly into his hand and is possibly cast bronze. The entire piece is cleverly put together and is a highly charged ultra-dramatic presentation.

PRICE: $1,985.00; it will be your treasured centerpiece; Special sale: Reduced to $1,200.00

 

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Complete German Army Uniform (Item WEHR 25-11)

DESCRIPTION: This is a complete German Army uniform. It includes tunic, trousers, Lugar holster, belt, shooting prize, SS boots, combat harness, and Infantry Assault badge. This came out of a war-relics museum as you see it. The only replacement parts are the helmet and this is a 100-percent authentic World War II German helmet (refurbished) and the hand grenade is a dummy. The boots are not Army; they are genuine SS-BW-marked footwear. The belt may or may not be World War II, but the buckle is 100 percent. The rank is Hauptmann, or captain, in the infantry. This makes a great display piece in a collection. It has a makeshift stand, but the trousers’ seam is split to accommodate the rod of the stand (easily repaired). The positioning of the manikin is perfect for the stance of a combat soldier in action. The values of the various items are:
#1: Refurbished helmet; 100-percent genuine shell; $500.00
#2: SS boots; well marked (nice); $450.00
#3: Tunic; $1,850.00
#4: Trousers; $500.00
#5: Infantry Assault badge; $125.00
#6: Belt with buckle; $150.00
#7: Y-strap field harness; $150.00
#8: Lugar holster; $450.00
#9: Manikin; $250.00
Figured separately and then together it all comes to $4,425.00 value. The museum had to do some body-and-fender work on the manikin to position it as it wanted. Some steel brackets had to be applied inside to adhere the torso to the middle section. The feet had to be cut off to accommodate the boots or else they never could be put on, but after all this surgical stuff they ended up with a very dramatic figure that really looks like the brave young German soldier of legend and fact. Makes the dogface of the other armies look like bums! This manikin would have to be dismantled for shipping including the removal of the screwed-on brackets. This figure, with 90-percent original equipment is just absolutely stunning in its whole presentation. This is truly representative of “Der Geist des Deutscher Soldaten, das beste in der ganze Welt,” “The spirit of the German soldier; the best in the whole world!”. Here's a chance to own a fantastic display that is worth over $4,400.00.

PRICE: $3,900.00; worth over $4,400. Complete plus shipping. Only at Germania

 

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