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snotvod

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#1 13 years ago

Are there any collectors of militaria on these forums? I guess so, it would be cool if you posted some pics of your collection. (I don't collect yet, maybe i'll go to a fair sometimes, i heard the fair at Ciney is pretty good?)




siben

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#2 13 years ago

Wel I have some old militaria and will make some pictures of it this weekend and post them on this forum. I have: -Belgian sacic 1934 gas mask -Belgian N. 103 gas mask (1935) -Belgian L. 702 gas mask (1939) -some war money -lots of bullets and casings (including unfired k-98 clip, .55 Boys AT bullet,...) -and lots more to come in the future




[130pz.]Kading

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#3 13 years ago

the trench coat and helmet on the right are Czechoslovakian, the hat is East German, the other helmet is US Army surplus and the jacket is a leutenant's coat from the US Navy's construction battalions (SeaBees). the couch is a Laz-Z-Boy. i also have an Isreali gas mask (ironicaly fitted with a German filter, but i cant find it. militaria9tn.jpg




Fuzzy Bunny

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#4 13 years ago

I have

-Japanese occupation money from the Philippines -a few Reichsmark (including a 100 million Reichsmark bill from 192somethingorother) -USAAF bomber crew airspeed "computer" (basically a disc slide rule) -1945 Remington late-make M1911 .45 with black leather officer's holster (pretty rare, apparently) -an original painting of a draft for a WWI US war bonds poster (birthday present from my mom, yay) -a 1931 Swiss army carbine (gift from my pop) -a 1908 Swiss army long rifle, with bayonet & original copper muzzle covering (very rare, picked up real cheap) -German army recognition guide for American equipment/weapons from 1944 -US army .30cal and .50cal MG ammo boxes from the 1950s (the .30cal one made a great lunch box in high school) -loads of medals and uniforms from my dad (Swiss army, so fairly exotic) -.50cal ammo -a whole bunch of other stuff I don't remember.




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#5 13 years ago

Most of this stuff is from my grandpa when he was working on a liberty ship as the cheif medical officer. Vintage and/or veteran stuff: - Prop connecter from a Jap zero that kamied into his ship - Female nazi officers hat pin (a purple swastika thing) - No. 5 Jungle carbine - a WWII Walther PPk (used by the luftwaffe, kriegsmarine, and the same model of gun that Hitler killed himself with.) - 40mm or 37mm AA gun cartridge (fired at the very same zero that kamied his ship) - A WWI pilots overcoat (came from one of my relatives in WWI) - M1-Carbine from the Korean war - Vietnam US soldiers combat jacket - WWII pacific theater tool bag (in marine camo) - 1945 US canteen with cover - WWI 16 gauge bunker sweeping shotgun (not sure if it was used) - Vintage Marlin 1894 (has been in the family since it came out) - Vintage single shot 22 pistol (one of the first guns to ever use the .22 cartrige, very low serial number. It has been in the family for a long time) - Single shot .22 rifle that looks like the marlin (1920s - 50's im not sure) - Muzzle loading rifle Non-vintage stuff: -Romainian Ak-47 -Full Swiss alpenflauge cold weather combat outfit -Oversized German flectar jacket that looks like a trenchcoat now -German flectar commando vest -German flectar pants -German flectar cold weather hat -German flectar hat (x2) -German flectar web gear -10/22 -Crappy .22 pistol -Taurus 9mm pistol -Beretta revolver I am sure there are more but I cant remember them all right now.




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#6 13 years ago

Let's see, I have a WW2 German Knife (Copy) And some Rank what do you call em marks? yeah a Coperal Arm Mark. Some Medals Two French And a Russian.




Dr.Fritz

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#7 13 years ago

I collect some Third Reich things. Here's what I have. Purple Heart US Army Good Conduct Medal US Navy "crusher" hat US Navy Dress hat and peacoat German 5 Reichmarks coin from 1936 A German uniform Eagle A German City type sticker that goes on mail. It says: Der Landrat des Relles Bischofteinilz. (Anyone know what that means?; I tried to decode it the best I could) Luger Some US Army ribbons. DDR Army Officer hat Chinese Red Army 'Ushanka'




Knoffhoff

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#8 13 years ago
snotvodAre there any collectors of militaria on these forums? I guess so, it would be cool if you posted some pics of your collection. (I don't collect yet, maybe i'll go to a fair sometimes, i heard the fair at Ciney is pretty good?)

Ciney is the place to go. Propably the biggest militaria fair in Europe. The next fair will be at the end of april.




[130pz.]Kading

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#9 13 years ago
=Z0MBI3=Let's see, I have a WW2 German Knife (Copy) And some Rank what do you call em marks? yeah a Coperal Arm Mark. Some Medals Two French And a Russian.

those arm marks are probably Gefrieder chevrons. Gefrieder=corpral




Unky Joe

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#10 13 years ago
'[5thLupin']Most of this stuff is from my grandpa when he was working on a liberty ship as the cheif medical officer. Vintage and/or veteran stuff: - Prop connecter from a Jap zero that kamied into his ship - Female nazi officers hat pin (a purple swastika thing) - No. 5 Jungle carbine - a WWII Walther PPk (used by the luftwaffe, kriegsmarine, and the same model of gun that Hitler killed himself with.) - 40mm or 37mm AA gun cartridge (fired at the very same zero that kamied his ship) - A WWI pilots overcoat (came from one of my relatives in WWI) - M1-Carbine from the Korean war - Vietnam US soldiers combat jacket - WWII pacific theater tool bag (in marine camo) - 1945 US canteen with cover - WWI 16 gauge bunker sweeping shotgun (not sure if it was used) - Vintage Marlin 1894 (has been in the family since it came out) - Vintage single shot 22 pistol (one of the first guns to ever use the .22 cartrige, very low serial number. It has been in the family for a long time) - Single shot .22 rifle that looks like the marlin (1920s - 50's im not sure) - Muzzle loading rifle Non-vintage stuff: -Romainian Ak-47 -Full Swiss alpenflauge cold weather combat outfit -Oversized German flectar jacket that looks like a trenchcoat now -German flectar commando vest -German flectar pants -German flectar cold weather hat -German flectar hat (x2) -German flectar web gear -10/22 -Crappy .22 pistol -Taurus 9mm pistol -Beretta revolver I am sure there are more but I cant remember them all right now.

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All I have is my grandfathers Polish hat badge and a few shell casings.