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PC219
Luftwaffe Fémáru M 37 M Pistol Holster - Click for the bigger picture In Stock Luftwaffe Fémáru M 37 M Pistol Holster - Fémáru P.37(u) Pistol was manufactured by Fémáru Fegyver- és Gépgyár R.T. Budapest in Hungary. The Model 37 was an updated and simplified version of the earlier blowback design, the Model 29. The Hungarian Army adopted the updated pistol in 1937, and in 1940 joined the Axis Powers and in 1941, the Third Reich contracted with FÉG for 50,000 Model 37s which were primarily issued to the Luftwaffe, with the calibre changed to 7.65 mm but to the same basic pattern but with the addition of a safety catch.

Our holster would originally have held one of these weapons and is maker coded to the rear 'cdc' indicating it was made by Kern, Klager & Cie of Berlin, who also supplied binocular cases in WWII. Below the factory code is the date of manufacture indicating 1943. Various types of holster were made for the M 37 but this German made example is all leather and carries a pocket to the front for a spare magazine and a strap and stud for securing the weapon. The leather shows evidence of service use but remains sound whilst the base metal rivets evidence some rust. The back of the holster has a loop for attaching to a belt, as well as carrying the manufacturers code as mentioned. Inside the holster it is unlined and the inner flap carries ink stamping reading 'Nur für Pistole 37 M (Ung) Kal. 7,65 m/m', which in translation means 'Only for Pistol Model 37 (Hungarian) Calibre 7.65mm'. Those owning a copy of the reference book 'Deutsche Luftwaffe ' will find an identical holster illustrated on pages 338 & 339.

A very clean example of an increasingly rare Luftwaffe holster that would of course display well with the Luftwaffe belt we are also just listing.

£225.00
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PC218
Luftwaffe Enlisted Man's Leather Belt and Buckle - Click for the bigger picture In Stock Luftwaffe Enlisted Man's Leather Belt and Buckle - Another fabulous item that is entirely new to the market and most unusually comes with confirmed wartime provenance. It was recently discovered in the Normandy The village of Saint-Vaast-d'Equiqueville, located 25 kms south of Dieppe, and in WWII was the GHQ of Generalleutnant Erwin Sander, commander of the 245. Infanterie-Division. The 17th Luftwaffe Field Division was based in the village from 1942 and six men were billeted at a local farm. When posted elsewhere at short notice in 1944 in the rush to pack up and leave they left behind some items of equipment, including this belt. The current owner of the farm was a boy of 15 in 1944 and took the belt as a souvenir when their uninvited 'guests' left and has remained with him in Normandy ever since.

The belt is in fine original condition although it is clear the unnamed original owner was very slim, as the belt has been field shortened with the adjustment strap removed from its original position and somewhat crudely resewn to suit a smaller waist, as evidenced in the photographs. The belt is stamped with the makers name Joseph Moll, Gogh and dated 1937. The pre-war specification brown leather is in fine original condition, as is the early aluminium buckle and clip. The eagle, swastika and wreath are all well defined but with some evidence of service wear. The back of the buckle is stamped '39' whilst the hook attachment is embossed 'OLC' in a diamond surround. Sadly the belt is not named but we can only hope the wartime owner was not put on a charge when this essential piece of Luftwaffe property was found missing!

Clearly here the story behind the belt is as important as the belt itself and we will supply a written letter confirming the wartime provenance so the associated history is not lost in the future.

£195.00
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4416
Luftwaffe Other Ranks /NCO leather belt - Click for the bigger picture In Stock Luftwaffe Other Ranks /NCO leather belt - Fitted with original 1940 pattern die stamped, steel combat box buckle; pre-war examples featured a fully pebbled alloy buckles but these were superseded around 1939 or 1940 by the steel variant. This example features a smooth outer field with a central embossed high relief oval with pebble finish, inside a laurel leaf wreath surround. The Luftwaffe eagle, with outstretched wings clutching a canted swastika in one talon to the centre and is of the second pattern with good crisp definition. Some of the original dark field grey paint remains to the front but is largely worn away. Earlier buckles carried a short leather tab attached to the buckle roll bar to serve as a catch for the right-side ammunition pouch, but by order OTB 42, No.54 of 28th March 1942 this was abolished, as a material saving aid due to war shortages and this is correctly omitted from this buckle.

The leather belt is also in excellent issued condition. This again is the later pattern finished in black leather with a brown interior. The original owner has scratched his name into the adjustment bar leather and appears to read 'Leut'. On the opposite end to the buckle the belt clip is securely stitched in place and whilst a little indistinct the makers details are stamped on the pointed end and whilst we have not been able to decipher the manufacturer the date of 1942 is clearly shown, so aligns exactly with the specification described above. The leather belt (excluding the buckle) measures 36.5" (92 cm) so ideal dressed on a mannequin display.

£168.00
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PC221
Luftwaffe Electrically Heated Channel Trousers - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Electrically Heated Channel Trousers - The two piece 'flight suit was introduced in the spring of 1941, and replaced the more cumbersome one piece flight suits and were was commonly referred to as the "Kanalanzug" (Channel Uniform). The 'Kanal' trousers were first issued in blue/grey cotton and in late 1943 a leather version was offered, often to ME 262 pilots flying in defence of Germany. The standard characteristic of the trousers are two large frontal pockets, here with Prym marked snaps together with numerous other snap and zip closure pockets all designed to hold an assortment of safety aids in the event of ditching over water. The zips are all original and carry the leather pull tabs. Some are marked RHEINNNANDEL whilst others are by ZIPP, with lightning bolt logo and the ankle zips are by RAPID.

This set is the scarce electrically heated variant with all the connecting wires and connecting plugs intact. These two piece suits were not actually heated in themselves but carried a 24 volt power supply from the aircraft and enabled heated gloves and boots to be connected to the jacket and trousers. Inside they feature the characteristic blue velveteen that remains in very good condition. In the waist band is sewn a makers label named to 'Karl Heisler' Berlin C2, Magazin Str 14' and below and ink stamped 'Great No 23790'. The label carries an uncompleted date stamp reading 194 and a BA inspectors stamp. It also has a hand written name 'Prfm Hamann' which we believe to be the original owner although we have no information on him.

Generally the cloth is in above the average condition and very clean but the garment does show signs of service wear, mainly where the inside lower legs have rubbed together above the boots. One area has what appears to be a period repair but on display this hardly notices. In addition one of the closure snaps is missing from bottom of one of the front pockets but agin is invisible on display. The canvas waist adjusting belt and loops for the braces/ suspenders remain in place, although the suspenders are no longer present. Those with a copy of 'Deutsche Luftwaffe' can check out a near identical set illustrated on pages 252-261. An increasingly scarce and desirable example that would sit happily in any collection.

A Recent Sale
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Luftwaffe Summerfliegerkombi Flying Suit Model KSo/34 - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Summerfliegerkombi Flying Suit Model KSo/34 - The German one piece flying suit, officially known as a 'Fliegerschutzanzug für Sommer (Kombination) K/So 34' first entered service in 1934 for aircrew use in temperate climates. These suits were cut large enough to fit over the standard uniform that was worn beneath. A regulation issued on July 4th 1940 and April 24th 1941 introduced a replacement two piece protective flight suits for fighter pilots designed to increase the wearers mobility and not be as restrictive in the close confines of a cockpit, but the one piece suits continued to be worn right up until the end of the war but tend to be more associated with bomber crews.

This example is of the very early specification as identified by the horizontal crutch zip fly, as in June 1940 it was replaced by a more practical vertical zip. The other distinguishing feature of this pattern was a map pocket, closed with a vertical zip fitted on the left chest. Perhaps the most striking difference between this suit and the second pattern is the map pocket was replaced by a vertical emergency opening device operated by a pull ring, to enable the suit to be removed quickly on occasions when the airman was injured.

Our suit is constructed in classic 'pepper and salt' fabric and whilst showing evidence of light service use and minor staining it is all in exceptional condition. The cloth has the odd snag and very minor wear but no patches or damage. The bottom of both legs have some mall black spots which could be paint but if dressed on a mannequin this would be hidden. The zips are all original single lightning bolt examples by Zipp, with the reverse marked DRP149421, characteristic of pre-war production; the zips retain their original leather pullers and are in good working order. The suit carries the leather oxygen mask attachment point and the leather collar strap is in place. The snap fastenings are by PRYM.

Inside the suit is equally clean with the inner storm flap carrying some ink stamps but these are now washed out and we cannot decipher. On the reverse of this flap is a high quality woven manufacturers label confirming the suit was made by Bekleidungsfabrik Habelt of Crailsheim, Wrtb; in translation "Garment Factory Habelt, Crailsheim". We understand the Fritz Habelt organisation made uniforms and flight clothing for both the Luftwaffe and Kriegsmarine and was designated with RB no. 0/0708/0001, although this is not shown. The label is also marked 'Baumuster: KSo/34' indicating Model number and 'Gewicht' (weight) which is left blank and below is 'Baujahar 1936', the year of manufacture followed by 'Grösse 11b' which is the size. The inner sleeves are fitted with a grey twill cloth with snap fastenings.

Not much more we can add other than these first pattern suits hardly ever come on the market. It almost certainly served through the Battle of Britain and despite dating from 1936 it remains in really excellent issued condition. As we have mentioned with other newly listed Luftwaffe items this one again matches the collectors criteria to always buy the best example you can afford. You don't however need to take our word for it as using our new facility we have now added a range of additional photographs to illustrate the detail of this great example!

A Recent Sale
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Luftwaffe Late War Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Late War Flying Boots - These boots represent something of an enigma. At first glance they matched fairly closely the pair illustrated in Mick Prodger's Luftwaffe V RAF Flight Clothing reference book bottom of page 150, described by him as: ''Towards the end of the war, quality declined visibly in manufacture of all flying clothing and equipment, and nowhere is it more obvious than in flying boots. These late war boots are made from a patchwork of dyed leather and unfinished suede, the single zip fasteners are made from black plastic, and the metal fittings are crudely cast and shaped from steel or zinc'.

In checking the detail of our boots we noted minor variances between left and right although they came in together and are both named to same chap so have clearly been issued and used as pair. One has an eclectically heated label sewn in although no signs of it being a heated boot but we have noted possible evidence where a heating snap may have been removed. In addition the friction clips on the top leg straps are to a slightly different pattern, as are the snaps. The zips are a matched pair by Ri-Ri of plastic economy style; one features a leather pull tab and the other does not. The last shape is sharper than early war issue boots and the soles are leather rather than the rubber 'Willop' pattern. The other unusual thing is no bottom straps over instep are fitted and in checking the detail no sign of these having been removed. Both boots carry RB number labels and include what we believe to be the owners initials R.B.Y.

We have subsequently discussed these discrepancies with Mick Prodger and between us have come to the conclusion these are probably a pair of reconditioned/reissued boots characteristic of late war production. The Germans, like everyone else, had a shortage of raw materials like rubber and metal by 1944; worn and damaged RAF Irvin jackets were repaired, reconditioned and reissued in just the same way. Sadly we don't have any provenance with the boots but as we have often said if they could only talk they would certainly have a story to tell!

So whilst not an exact matched pair we believe their current condition is as they were used in service in the final stages of WWII circa 1944/45 and would sit happily as such in a collection or on a mannequin. The leather and suede sections are in generally good display condition, the zips are fully functional and the interior sheepskin lining is actually very good indeed. The leather soles and rubber heel tips are sound and do not show excessive wear.

So now you have it. If you like your kit 'mint and boxed' these are probably not for you. If however you like kit that has certainly been well used and representative of service condition in the closing stages of WWII then these could be just the ticket. If of possible interest please drop us a line for a range of detailed photographs that will fully illustrate exactly what we have on offer.
A Recent Sale
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Luftwaffe Summer Fliegerkombi Flying Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Summer Fliegerkombi Flying Suit - The German one piece flying suit, officially known as a 'Fliegerschutzanzug für Sommer K/S0 34' first entered service in 1934 for aircrew use in temperate climates. These suits were cut large enough to fit over the standard uniform that was worn beneath. A regulation issued on July 4th 1940 and April 24th 1941 introduced a replacement two piece protective flight suits for fighter pilots designed to increase the wearers mobility and not be as restrictive in the close confines of a cockpit but the one piece suits continued to be worn right up until the end of the war although they tend to be more associated with bomber crews.

The summer flight suit underwent minor modifications in June 1940 with the earlier horizontal fly opening being replaced with a vertical zip together with various improvements added as a result of combat experience. Our suit is of the second pattern and carries both the vertical fly zip as well as an extra quick release emergency aperture facility to enable the suit to be removed quickly in an emergency. The label clearly dates the suit to 1940 so must have been produced in the second half of that year so is contemporary with the Battle of Britain. Whilst we tend to be cynical of supposed provenance, unless this can be proven, but we were told when purchased the suit belonged to an HE111 of KG 4 crew member who survived when his aircraft crashed near Immingham on March 22nd 1941. In checking the suit in detail we found faintly inked into the inside lining 'Heisig' who we have traced through research as a crew members of the crash of a 5/KG4 Heinkel He 111P-4 (2938), operating from a base at Eindhoven in the Netherlands. Feldwebel (Flight Sergeant) H. Heisig survived the crash, was captured and he survived the war as a POW, returning to Germany in 1946.

Our suit is constructed in classic 'pepper and salt' fabric and whilst it would still display well in a collection or better still dressed on a mannequin it has clearly seen significant wear and subsequent repairs, which would seem to endorse the provenance detailed above. The fabric has a number of nicely executed repair patches that might be period but could also have been done post war to restore the suit to display condition. The main diagonal chest zip is an original Rheinnadel whilst the shoulder zip is an Elite model. Both the leg and waist pocket zips are Zipp brand and stamped "D.R.G.M."to the reverse indicating, Deutsche Reichs Gebrauchsmuster, indication 'German National Registered Design'. The sleeve zips are however replacements and the crutch and leg zips have been sewn closed for display purposes. The snaps are all original marked Prym. The suit carries the leather oxygen mask attachment point and the leather collar strap is in place.

The interior features a crisp a machine stitched white fabric tailors label with black woven manufacturers name Bekleidungsfabrik Habelt, Crailsheim, Wrttbg and Baujahr 1940 and Grosse: 11b, indicating the suit size. The ring pull for the emergency release mechanism is missing but the flap is laced shut. The internal cloth cuffs again show sign of wear and service use. If you have possible interest in adding this piece to your collection please ask for a range of detailed pictured we have available which will show more specifically the condition and issues mentioned. A most interesting Battle of Britain period suit that clearly has a story to tell; if however you like your kit mint and boxed this one is not for you!

A Recent Sale
3013
Luftwaffe Flying Boots - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Flying Boots - A very original set of the classic single zip pattern dating from around the middle of WWII. This model replaced the earlier Pst 4004 pattern that featured a double zip on each leg and so made better use of both materials and manpower. This pair is clearly earlier production than the late war 'economy' version boots we have also just listed.

These feature original 'Zipp' brand zips with a single lightning bolt which is characteristic of earlier production. The riveted leather pulls are still in place and the zips are both in good working order. The grain leather uppers are really very good shape;the nubuck sections at the top of legs show some wear and the left boot interestingly has a repair strip across it. We have no idea when this was done and could well be period. On the same boot the inner top nubuck section shows minor cracking to the surface finish. On display or displayed on mannequin we would not see any problems.

The Original soles with anti slip bump pattern are fitted and clearly branded with a hand motif and 'WO'. Unlike many examples we see these soles are not cracked and only show light service wear. Inside is in great shape and none of the mothing often found with very clean fur and apparently little wear. The labels are both very nice, clean and not washed out. These confirm these boots have not been mismatched as they both carry identical information. The size appears to be 28 1/2 and we believe the manufacturing date to be July 1944. The leg and instep straps are again all original with matched buckles.

Not much more we can say other than whilst not mint these boots are well above the average for an genuine issued set and would sit happily in a collection or dressed on an appropriate mannequin. I have owned these myself since 2006 but it is now time to rehome them. Good original wartime Luftwaffe issue boots are getting increasingly hard to track down now so grab these whilst you can!

A Recent Sale
PC116
Coverfall Flyers Summer Spec MIL-C-831141A - Click for the bigger picture Sold Coverfall Flyers Summer Spec MIL-C-831141A - The suit is fully badged with German flag and rank bars to shoulders and with a large name badge to left chest featuring a Tornedo fighter bomber with Feldmann below and in addition P. Kallweit. Further badge to opposite chest marked Air Training Command and further badges on either sleeve. The suit is marked 38S and is in good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC120
German Dark Grey Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Dark Grey Flight Suit - With rank badges and national flags to shoulders and 38 fighter bomber badge to right chest and a scorpion badge to left. On the right shoulder is a further badge named Scorpions and below Frisian reaction force. The suit is manufactured by Marquardt & Schulz and is dated 1987. Size is marked Gr10. In good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC121
German Olive Green Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Olive Green Flight Suit - With national flag and rank epaulettes. Named on left chest Altena Timo with image of a MBB Bolkow BO105 helicopter. A further BO105 helicopter badge to right arm. The suit is made by Marquardt & Schulz and is dated 1987. The suit is Gr7. In good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC123
German Olive Green Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Olive Green Flight Suit - With rank and national flags to shoulders. Right chest has badge to 251 Fliegende Abteilung with further badge of a unicorn, pen and 251. The right sleeve has a badge with a CH53 Sea Stallion heavy lift helicopter (Sikorsky S-65). Marked size Gr1 and dated 1987. In good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC124
German Olive Green Flight Suit 0/B54A/G0065/F4438 - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Olive Green Flight Suit 0/B54A/G0065/F4438 - With rank insignia and national flags to shoulders and a badge to the right chest with Apache helicopter and a tiger image. Further insignia to the right arm. The suit is size Gr2 and is dated 1987. In good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC125
German Olive Green Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Olive Green Flight Suit - Rank tabs to epaulettes and national flags to shoulders and a wasp badge is fixed to the right chest whilst the right arm carries a MBB Balkow B0105 helicopter. We also found a further helicopter chest badge in the front pocket (not shown in the photograph). Size is marked as Gr6 and is dated 1988. Good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC126
German Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Rank bars and national flags to shoulders. Badge to left chest featuring Mig 29, dated 2004 with further badge to right arm marked Fulcrum Farewell USA 2003. Mig 29's entered Luftwaffe service after German reunification in 1990. This suit is dated 1987 and is sized Gr6. In good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC128
German Air Force Grey Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Grey Flight Suit - Manufactured by Marquardt & Schulz and dated 1986. Rank insignia and national flags to shoulders. Named to Schmidt with a badge below embroidered Flugbereitschaft BMVg. A further badge to the right breast marked A310 MedEvac. This unit flew humanitarian missions using the A310 aircraft. Size is marked GR1 A Recent Sale
PC129
German Air Force Olive Green Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Olive Green Flight Suit - Made by Marquardt & Schulz and dated 1987. Rank insignia and national flags to shoulders. Badge to chest and left arm with 251 Fliegende Abteilung, with a further badge marked Rajlovac. The suit is dated 1987 and size marked at GR12 A Recent Sale
PC130
German Air Force Grey Cotton Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Grey Cotton Flight Suit - Made by Marquardt & Schulz and dated 1988. Rank insignia and national flags to shoulders. A falcon badge to right breast with a further badge to arm featuring a red devil astride an aircraft with number 41 below. Size is marked at GR2. A Recent Sale
PC132
German Air Force Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Manufactured by Marquardt & Schulz. Rank insignia and national flags to shoulders. 732 squadron badge to left breast and a "Double Ugly" phantom II badge to right with a further badge to right arm marked Phlyout Laage 2002. The suit is dated 1987 and is sized GR3 A Recent Sale
PC133
German Air Force Olive Green Fabric Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Olive Green Fabric Flight Suit - Manufactured by Marquardt & Schulz. National flags and rank insignia to shoulders. Badges to right breast indicating Huey Heideflieger Fabberg. A further badge is applied to the right arm marked Huey UH-1 with German iron cross and helicopter image. The suit is dated 1987 and size marked GR6 A Recent Sale
PC135
German Air Force Dark Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Dark Grey Fabric Flight Suit - Manufactured by Marquardt & Schulz. The suit carries rank insignia and national flags to shoulders with a badge to the left breast KDO Forces and 33. A further 33 marked badge is on the right breast. On the right arm is another insignia featuring a ghost and number 351. The suit is dated 1989 and is sized GR6 A Recent Sale
PC140
Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with NATO AWACS E-3A Compnent. There is evidence where further squadron patches have previously been attached but now removed. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label indicates manufactured by Paul Schulze and dated 7/79. We estimate it would fit a chest size 42" (107 cm) A Recent Sale
PC148
German Airforce No1 Dress Tunic - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Airforce No1 Dress Tunic - Item comprises an officer's tunic with rank badges to lapels and shoulder boards highlighted in yellow with silver piping. To the right breast is a gold gilt brevet and below a badge featuring aircraft and the number 38. Attached to the right shoulder is a silver landyard with gold eagle badge to the top, while on the left pocket is a further gold finish badge with an eagle and the number 5 below. The jacket is marked size 56 and would appear to fit comfortably a 42" (107 cm) chest size. The inside label appears to date this garment to 1994. The cloth is generally in very good issued condition but with with a couple of very small moth nips but these do not detract when on display. A very smart tunic! A Recent Sale
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Luftwaffe Model 10-76A Replica Schwimmveste - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Model 10-76A Replica Schwimmveste - This example was purchased in Germany but carries no clues to its origins. Suffice to say someone has gone to a lot of trouble to produce this detailed replica. I had the opportunity to show it to Steve Kiddle of Pegasus Militaria (who we believe makes the best replica RAF Mae Wests on the market) who confirmed it was not his handiwork but agreed it is well executed and would have been both complicated and expensive to produce. This is the early Battle of Britain pattern designated Fl 30156, with the full- back kapoks that proved to be a design fault in that unconscious aircrew were often left in a face down position in the water and which resulted in the modified 10-76 B-1 replacing it in 1943. The vest has some nice detail including the correct wooden peg button arrangement, crutch strap and head flotation pads to the back. This Schwimmveste is the ideal alternative for the re-enactor who does not want to risk a using an original..or who does not have a £1400 budget to purchase one! This item would also work well on a mannequin or in a museum display. We have no idea if these are being made commercially or if this is a one off ; certainly we have just the one so but it is a comfortable fit over my 42" chest (107.) Overall condition is close to mint. A Recent Sale
3757
Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - This example features a so far unidentified cloth patch to the left breast, showing a prancing horse and the number 72. On the left shoulder is a further badge embroidered 1/151 and Baren Stark and an image of a helicopter which we believe to represent a Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion. A winged badge as well as a name tag have been removed from the jacket. It also carries rank tabs and the national flag. Inside the zip pocket an original issue label indicates the size as a GR 9 which we estimate would comfortable fit chest size 40-41" (100-104 cm). The jacket was manufactured in May 1988. Knits and zips all in good shape and a very practical and wearable flight jacket. A Recent Sale
PC119
German Flight Suit 0/B5 7H/B0043/B0721 - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Flight Suit 0/B5 7H/B0043/B0721 - Finished to light grey fabric with national flag and rank tabs to shoulders. To right chest is a Phantom badge with RF-4E below, together with an Owl badge dated 17.09.92. Size is marked at 52 and is made in Hamburg. Good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC118
Coverall Flyers Summer SPO100-96-D-0302 - Click for the bigger picture Sold Coverall Flyers Summer SPO100-96-D-0302 - Fully badged with German flag and rank bars to shoulders with Nato Awacs E-3A to right chest. Further Nato Awacs badge to right arm and Nato flying squadron no. 3 to left. Size 48R and the suit is in good issued condition. A Recent Sale
PC136
German Air Force Flight Waist Coat - Click for the bigger picture Sold German Air Force Flight Waist Coat - Fitted with zipped equipment pockets on left and right waist band and with a central Riri zip fastener. There is a metal clip attachment to the left breast and a further zipper fitted around the neck where we believe other items may have been attached in service. The jacket has a lacing tensioning system to the rear and while we aren't entirely sure of use, believe it may form part of an anti-G suit. The identification label has been washed clean so no clues to the specification or manufacturer. A Recent Sale
PC146
Jacket Flyers CWU-45/P - Click for the bigger picture Sold Jacket Flyers CWU-45/P - With German national flags and rank tabs to shoulders and finished in olive green aramid polymide. Badge to right breast Air Training Command and further squadron badges to right and left arms. The jacket is manufactured by Isratex Inc. The label is marked large to fit chest size 42-44" (107-112 cm). A Recent Sale
PC137
Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast Tornedo MBB Service Instructor Training and a further patch to sleeve marked MFG1. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The jacket is dated 5/1987 and size is marked at 9. We estimate this would fit chest size 40-42" (102-107 cm) A Recent Sale
PC138
Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - Click for the bigger picture Sold Luftwaffe Grey Leather Flight Jacket - National flag and rank bars to sleeves. Badge to right breast with a Tornedo aircraft. Left breast and sleeve have further badges marked 322 Flying Monsters. Orange fabric high visibility interior lining. Knits all is good condition. The issue label has been removed but we estimate it would fit chest size 38-40" (96-102 cm) A Recent Sale
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