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A small size SE62 M35 shell. The helmet has seen considerable wear use, it has had an extra layer of paint over its original apple green hand applied, both army and national tricolour decals are all complete with toning overall. Complete with its original aluminium liner band, which is dated ‘1939’. The interior liner has half of two tongues missing and the tips of two other tongues broken, all other remain in generally good condition with one more being very delicate. Faint traces of an original stencilled number into the rear skirt.
A scarce end of war field issued citation for the German Cross in silver to Dr. Karl Echerle, who was in charge of Luft Flotte Kommando 6 dated ‘10th June 1945’, issued after the official end of war on the 8th May with an ink signature of ‘General Siegfried Westphal’. Issue rubber stamp with the swastika removed and an official letter dated ‘2nd July 1945’ confirming the award of the German Cross in silver to General Dr.Echerle. An extremely interesting letter indicating that the Command structure of the Third Reich forces was still in being as of July 45. The German Cross in silver citation has been folded twice with one mark from a paperclip.
Nice condition Bevo woven grey on green national eagle for the army overseas cap. Thread remaining where removed from a cap. Glue on the reverse side where adhered to a collectors display board.
Encountered quite often is the fitting of standard army field grey green insignia on army black panzer caps, this example still originally stitched to its section of an M.38 or could even have come from a M.43 black panzer field cap. Standard Bevo weave, light grey on field grey green.
As removed from a cap with stitches remaining, a nice quality wire woven short winged eagle for the officers visor cap on an early pattern light grey green backing material.
A slightly oxidised one-piece cut from roll insignia being the wreath and central cockade for the army officers crusher cap. Glue marks on the reverse side where originally fitted to a collectors display board.
Cut from roll, mint unissued condition. Silver Bevo wire officers eagle for the crusher cap or the officers side cap.
A punch holed for filing and folded once citation to Unteroffizier Fritz Schepp, awarded the West Wall Medal with Infantry Regiment 78 on the 28th February 1940 with a facsimile signature of a Leutnant General. The 78th Infantry Regiment was part of the 26th Infantry Division and fought at the battle of Kursk.
A single slip-on shoulder board for a Waffen SS mountain trooper Scharfuhrer. Mountain green wool piping, complete run of silver tress to the edge of the board. Slip-on tab complete, which appears to be satin or silk lined.
The one-piece triangular form grey on black with national tricolour below insignia for the M.43 field cap. Glue on the reverse side where adhered to a collectors display board.
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