WW1 - German and Axis
GERMAN WWI IRON CROSS 1ST CLASS.
A beautiful quality flat early war example, possibly silver, although unmarked. Maker marked ‘G’ stamped onto the exterior side of the wide tapering pin. Black centre finish perfect, almost all factory bright polish finish remaining. A better example of the Iron Cross WWI would be difficult to find. read more
GERMAN WWI ARMY GROUP 10 FELDMUTZE.
A scarce other ranks feldmutze, the universal type of grey with green centre band, Reich and Prussian metal cockades, the Prussian having the reserve cross to the centre. The hat is marked to the ‘10th Army Corps’ to the interior, which comprises 73rd, 74th, 77th, 78th and 164th Hanoverian Infantry Regiments and the 91st Oldenburg and 92nd Brunswick Infantry Regiments of the 10th Army Corps. G... read more
GERMAN WWI ERSATZ CORK TROPICAL HELMET.
The extremely difficult to find tropical pickelhaube constructed identically as to a cork sun helmet, covered in four panels of canvas. All of the fittings are in the patinated field grey, all with brass fittings, which have dulled considerably over the past 100+ years. To the right hand side of the helmet some of the canvas covering is stained and discoloured. To the right hand where the rear ... read more
AUSTRIAN WWI STATUE.
A nice statue measuring 15 inches or 40cm in height of an Austrian jager of the pre WWI period. Very fine detail, totally undamaged condition, complete with full marching pack, ammunition pouches and an Austrian rifle. Possibly constructed in the Spelter-like maerial often found in French statues of the same period. read more
SAXON FIELD ARTILLERY OFFICERS PICKELHAUBE.
A lovely condition size 54½ wartime fibre bodied helmet constructed in the classic Saxon side profile shape with its large Saxon 8 star sunburst front plate with its white metal overlay plate. All gilded fittings excellent with all stars intact. Standard artillery domed chin scales. Both of the field cockades are in the Saxon non serrated edge style. Standard officers front peak and back strap.... read more