Japanese swords and militaria for sale by Anjin Brandywine Militaria
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1135009
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Layaway DH
Ammo can with splinter camouflage pattern and paratrooper badge. I am most certain this is a post war paint job but it is well done and very cool. "Fallschimjager Rgt Nr 6 - Carentan". I am not much of an equipment guy but I think this can is for something big like a machine gun. 1940 dated and wafenampt. This is a really cool item for display.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1134882
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Terrific M43 field cap. This luftwaffe example is perfect except for evidence that the sweat band at some point in its existence actually soaked up some sweat. Very easy to write a description on something that doesn't have anything wrong with it.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1134725
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This is a very interesting item with a fair amunt of character. The book is titles "Die Wehrmacht Das Buch des Krieges 1940/41". It is a typical German propaganda book with lots of good photos and text and goes into fairly good depth on the war in France, air war against the British, the Balkan campaigns and the invasion of Russia. The book becomes interesting when the cover is opened and we find the book was presented to SS Funker (Radioman) Dietrich Eckern...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1134397
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Nice SA dagger produced during the transitional period and having both the Eickhorn squirrel logo and the code RZM M 7/66 1939. Keeping in mind that I use heavy flashes in my photography and that I don't clean anything, the pictures will show a dagger in excellent shape. Blade has the usual runner marks and a touch of dried cosmoline right against the crossguard. Motto has very solid darkening remaining and cross grain is evident throughout the dagger...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1134319
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Nice luftwaffe flight suit. Leather is in overall very good condition. There is one gash on the leg (See last photo). Also, on the rear of the neck, under the collar the stitching is out and there looks to be a tiny additional tear (See photo) but this is small and behind the collar so basically unnoticeable. Besides that, minimal age wear only. The best part of this suit is that all of the zippers are in good working order...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Pre 1920 item #1134301
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Extremely interesting WWI German steel helmet. Looks to have an Italian liner and chinstrap. Very consistent patina on throughout. Could be visually improved by simply letting some oil soak in but I am a purist and don't even clean my finds. It is impossible to see how the liner and strap system are fixed as it is underneath the metal band and I can't pull on the liner too much; It is simply out of site. The chinstrap is not using the original German chinstrap bolts...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1133554
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A very impressive piece. Eagle trophy presentation reads: "Our esteemed company commander SS Haupsturmfuhrer Zahn in memory of the 4th (MG) Company of the 8th SS TK Regiment, Lublin on January 30, 1941". This rank is basically equivalent to a captain which is right in line with being a company commander. Apparantly this fellow was the commander of a machine gun of the 8 SS Totenkopf regiment...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1133521
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Even when listing relatively common items I do try to offer choice examples. This Hitler Youth buckle is a real choice example. Nickel finish is just gorgeous. High quality buckle with perfect detail. Contemporary to the transitional period around 1936 this buckle is marked with the Assman logo as well as A&S for Assman and son. Also marked GES GESCH (referring to a patent) as well as the company manufacturing code RZM 17...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1133146
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Nice aromored assault badge. Hollow back version looks to be an Assman. Solid example.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1132950
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Beautiful example of the Hamburg Field Honor Cross. Very solid finish remaining to the gold swords and wreath. The enamel is complete with only a tiny hairline to the upper arm. This is a very attractive medal and was popular with veterans because it did not require being in any particular veteran group (Which often translated to armed private armies). This medal can often be seen in early SA and SS photographs but was banned in November 1935. Lovely example of an attractive medal.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1132603
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Armored recon collar tab. Good looking piece with the brownish recon color. Nicely sunk in details. Snag to piping on upper right.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1132116
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Very nice officer's visor cap. Sometimes the piping colors drive me a bit nuts but I think this is Transport but possibly Sonderfuhrer. It is a soft, pale blue. At any rate it is an interesting variation. Condition is really top notch. I find one nip just over the eagle and one nip in the velvet band just over the right side slide knot...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1130865
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These Kreissieger badges are well made and attractive with their highly detailed eagles. Nice, solid construction. This one has some enamel damage to the lower quadrant of the diamond (Priced in). FERD WAGNER PFORZHEIM
All Items : Antiques : Regional Art : Asian : Japanese : Swords and Related : Pre 1920 item #1130853
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We are proud to offer this much sought reference book. W.M. Hawley's 1981 Japanese Swordsmiths Revised is a classic in the industry and an extremely important source of information on tens of thousands of samurai sword makers. Condition is superb with smooth binding and crisp, clean and undamaged pages. There is one depression on the upper spine that is exaggerated in the photo below. I find no other condition issues.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1130145
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Very nice Eickhorn officer sword. Scharnhorst pattern from the Eickhorn Field Marshall series. Good looking handle shows most gold finish in place. Under handle is marked GES GESCH. Leopard head has nice red eyes. Grip and wire wrap are in great shape. Blade is a real screamer; Mirror bright with not a negative that I can find to mention. Scabbard is excellent with 98%+ paint in place and minimal wear. Really a very nice sword and as always a good bit cheaper then the "other guys".
All Items : Vintage Arts : Decorative Art : Organics : Ivory : Pre 1980 item #1129588
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Wow. This is a piece of Americana that just intrigues me. Carved out of a solid elephant ivory ball, this piece opens up into 3 panels carved in 3D. The soldiers on each panel are renderings of typical Revolutionary War soldiers. The center panel is an officer on horseback, possible George Washington, and is one half of the ball. The right quarter is a navy fellow holding a cutlass with the sea behind him. The left panel looks to be an infantryman with either cannon bursts or clouds behind him. ...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1128660
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Personalized army officer's dagger by WKC. The engraving is beautifully rendered but the name itself is a real shocker (See photos). Condition is flawless with no damage found. Fittings have a rich, even and very attractive patina. Blade is excellent. Any unevenness seen in the photos of the blade are due to oil. The condition and personalization make this a top notch dagger that would not be out of place in even the best of collections.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1930 item #1126137
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Lovely bracelet style watch band just smells like the Southwest. Very tasteful example of Native American sterling and turquoise workmanship. The watch slot is 1.5 inches wide at the base tapering to 1 inch at the top so presumably a watch face between those measurements should fit fine. The slot wings are also slightly rounded so it looks like the shape of the watch face shouldn't matter. The design also appears to be unisex. The inside width is 2.5 inches and could be flexed outward a bit more...