Specialized in original pilot and flight related uniforms, flight jackets, caps, medals, badges, insignia and equipment of the German Luftwaffe during World War II.
This website is for historical and educational purposes only and does not represent any political view.
- Uniforms attributed to Knights Cross recipients of the Luftwaffe.
- All types of issued flight jackets with eagle and/or rank insignia.
- Private purchase (Hartmann type) flight jackets with insignia and provenance.
- Summer flight jackets and pants (blue and mediterranean types).
- Officer's flight blouses.
- Reserve officer's insignia with the blue secondary color.
- Any Third Reich clothing tailored or manufactured in Denmark during the German occupation.
Trades are always welcome, and I do have some rarities reserved for this purpose (not listed here - please inquire for details).
|Extremely rare example of the 1st model 'Splitterschutzbrille' by N&G. |
Both frame, hinges, lenses and side arms remain fully intact and in very nice condition.
One side arm is marked 'Nigura' (Nitsche and Gunther, Rathenow) and the other has the size marking '3'.
The goggles reportedly came out of an estate from a pilot and German Cross in Gold winner of KG76 (name known), but I do not have written evidence of this unfortunately.
|This example of the scarce 10-76 B-1 kapok life vest, is in excellent and most likely unissued condition with all straps and wooden buttons being intact and no rust to the metal snaps.|
|This is a fairly early example of the 10-30 B-2 life vest, fully intact and in very fine condition.|
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|These boots look like they where never issued, since the soles are mint!|
They are of the type normally with heating plugs, but on these they where either removed or never installed.
Also looking at the way the lining ends at the top of the boot shafts, it appears they are very slightly mismatched. All hardware, materials and colors are still fully matching though making for an attractive 99% matching pair.
|Good condition vest complete with bottle and mouth piece.|
|Very nice boots which show hardly any use. Both zippers fully working.|
|An excellent example of the 3rd model Nitsche & Gunther flight goggles. This is the model that has a hinged nose without being fully foldable.|
Lenses are clear and free of marks. Strap retains some flexibility. Goggles have been used but are complete and in very nice condition.
The display head and the flight helmet are for display only and not part of the offer.
|Nicely preserved aluminum buckle marked 'GB' for Gustav Brehmer.|
Light wear and excellent detail.
|Here we have a slightly salty P38 holster.|
The maker is 'FSX' (Albin Scholle) and it is dated 43. It also features the Waffenamt eagle and 'WaA445'.
Apart from a few loose stitches around the corner with the magazine compartment (as seen in pic 3), there's no real damage and nothing missing. It's just overall worn and dirty.
With some cleaning and maybe some gentle leather treatment, I think this one would look great, and as it is, it would fit right into a frontline display.
|Very nice flight boots which have been used but remains in very fine condition.|
The zippers are marked ''Ri-Ri'' and both are fully functional.
Under the zippers a label displays RBnr and the date ''44''.
Inside is lined with fur and in very good condition too.
A nice complete set!