Japanese swords and militaria for sale by Anjin Brandywine Militaria
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Nostalgia : Wine and Spirits : Pre 1920 item #1207381
Brandywine Militaria
$199.00
This might be the greatest country on earth but that does not mean we don't periodically do stupid things. For example, Prohibition which made recreational alcohol consumption illegal thus opening the door for the antics of guys like Al Capone. It rarely works out when one tries to impose their morality on others. Prohibition began in 1920. This medal is for a delegate to the Atlantic City NJ Prohibition National Convention of 1912 when this movement was gathering steam...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1950 item #1207283
Brandywine Militaria
$289.00
Very nice P38 holster.Soft, pliant leather throughout with completely intact stitching. Some scuffing from gentle use but not bad at all. Mostly wear is on the magazine sleeve. Marked 603 under the lid near the strap. Waffenamt WaA920 with a nice, crisp eagle. cey 4 indicates 1944 manufacture. Good looking soft shell example.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1207158
Brandywine Militaria
$24.00
Mirax Unistream chemical can. Neat piece is marked for US Army Air Corps which dates it to WWII. I have no idea what this product was but has the look of some sort of flight necessity. The amount of different "stuff" needed in some of those bombers was prodigious. Good piece to add to a flight related collection.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1206851
Brandywine Militaria
Sold RS
Very nice webbed K98 bayonet frog for tropical use. Condition is just about perfect with pigskin leather tab under the restraining strap to prevent rubbing. These never held maker marks well but there is just a ghost of a maker mark on the reverse (See last photo). Tropical gear is getting difficult to find.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1206219
Brandywine Militaria
$225.00
Minty and unissued awards are always nice but sometimes a piece like this can really tell us a story. This is an Iron Cross First Class that is a field upgrade from a second class. This is a known practice and this one is particularly nice as the solder job clearly has age appropriate to the time in which this would have been done. The suspension ring on the top has been removed and smoothed off as well...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1205816
Brandywine Militaria
$100.00
Very cool set of German motorcycle goggles. I have seen loose goggles before but never with the original pouch. Marked BWZ 40 (1940), the pouch has a pocket on each side and a sewn on soft cloth for cleaning on each side. There is a set of darkened goggles and a set of clear goggles. This is from a veteran estate and the set comes with the label from when they were sent home from Lt. Hoose. It does say there are two pairs of each while I only received one pair of each but such is life...
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Pre 1940 item #1205486 (stock #123456789101)
Brandywine Militaria
$2,888.00
Japanese Type 95 Sight, used on the famous Aichi D3A “VAL” Dive Bomber. Mounted on the front of the aircraft, just forward of the cockpit windscreen, and used to line up the target for dive-bombing. Another version of the Type-95 sight was manufactured with a cross hair reticule for use as a machine gun sight on fighter aircraft. A groove inside the front of the tube allowed the cross hair reticule to be mounted when the sight was used as a machine gun sight...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1205004
Brandywine Militaria
$409.00
Gorgeous First Class war merit cross in box. Early quality tombac example with nice finish to front that really catches light and shows itself well. Maker marked 62 which matches the maker name on the case Kerbach & Oesterhelt Dresden A1. Box is generally in very good condition with no damage. The War Merit cross embossed relief on the top is a little smoothed off, otherwise a very nice box. This medal really gives a good idea of what they looked like at the time when glittery and shiny...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203929
Brandywine Militaria
On Hold
This is just a great item. SS visor cap eagle. Properly maker marked for Deschler & Sohn with RZM on the left side (Reverse of the right wing) and M1/52 on the reverse of the left wing, with the M over the 1/52. The markings on this side are difficult to pick up with the camera but they are there and correct. There is a bit of wear on the back edge of the eagle's left wing but really not bad. Really a good example of a scarce and sought after bird.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1970 item #1203925
Brandywine Militaria
$79.00
Nice grouping of three Pakistan medals supposed to have been from one person. The 1947 Pakistan Independence Medal is marked 1222821 GNR MOHD GUL R.P.A. indicating this fellow was a gunner in the Royal Pakistan Artillery. The other two medals have the Kashmir 1948 bar and the Dir-Bajaur 1960-62 bar. Nice little set if you like odd foreign medals.
All Items : Popular Collectibles : Militaria : Decorations : Pre 1920 item #1203817
Brandywine Militaria
$69.00
Very nice veteran medal for the state of Hesse. Near perfect gold gilting and clean, undamaged ribbons. Well marked to reverse. As far as veteran association medals go this is a great example.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203645
Brandywine Militaria
$425.00
Very nice screw back Iron Cross 1st Class. L/52indicates manufacture by Carl Friedrich Zimmermann in Pforzheim. Condition is very nice throughout with pleasant, uncleaned patina. Spike on top arm of cross is meant to keep the medal from spinning on uniform. Good looking medal.
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203447
Brandywine Militaria
$149.00
Porcelain propaganda plate made by Rhenania Duisdorf. Gold leaf transfer reads "Andenken aus Deutschland 1938 Heil Hitler" or "Souvenirs from Germany 1938 Heil Hitler". There is some gentle wear to the gold leaf but it remains quite strong. The three designs around the border have a subtle geometric fish scale pattern indicating a good degree of quality in workmanship. Backmarked Rhenania Duisdorf. Just under 20cm diameter. No chips or cracks...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203249
Brandywine Militaria
$185.00
Nice political collar tab for the rank of Kreis Hauptgemeinschaftsleiter. The tab looks great from the front showing gentle age wear. The lightly toned white piping and the gold striping are nicely applied...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203248
Brandywine Militaria
$299.00
Superb single collar tab for the rank of Kreis Bereichsleiter. This is obviously a very high rank and a hard tab to find. Condition is perfect with no damage or excess wear. The white piping is clean and crisp, the brown velvet is soft and smooth and the buckram backing is undamaged except where the devices necessarily poke through. The posts for the eagle and the oak leaves are very nicely sunk in. Top notch example.
Brandywine Militaria
$799.00
Top notch signed photograph of Nicolae Ceaucescu from the collection of Hirsch Cohen. Hirsch Cohen is well known as having been a titan in the autograph collecting hobby. Ceausescu is a hard autograph to find as he was suddenly executed while in office after a military coup in 1989. Making this probably the best Ceausescu signature one could find is the fact that it includes the envelope from Romania and the letter addressed to Hirsch Cohen regarding the signature. All well framed in communist r...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203099
Brandywine Militaria
$79.00
Interesting ID not very commonly found. This is ID card for an air raid warden. The town is Bruchhausen on the western side of Germany. In 2011 it had a population of under 1000. Issued in January of 1943 which is probably about when air raid wardens really became necessary. These were important people in the civil community during war time and even had special plaques to put on their front doors so they could be found easily. The plaques are far more common then the ID and this would be probabl...
All Items : Cyberattic : Pre 1940 item #1203097
Brandywine Militaria
$69.00
Wehrpass and Arbeitsbuch for Kriegsmarine man. I am not great at reading these but it looks like his military service started in Augsburg in September 1937. Before and after this he worked for Keller & Knappich in Augsburg. This company, know as KUKA, is still active and makes industrial robotics. They are listed at the time as "maschinenfabrik" so he was probably involved in manufacturing of naval hardware during the war. Included is his release form from this company in 1955. It seems he found...