There are many pictures of SS personel wearing party type armbands, and this is obviously one of these.
50 x 30cms in mint, un-issued condition, been folded up in the leaves of a book for the past 70 years.( lake Ltd., London ).31pg, clean copy of the manual describing all aspects of training to use the Lewis light machine gun.Stripe in clean, toned condition, backing plate with some light staining.WW2 Japanese snlf field cap.Features an easy to use drain facility and lifting handles.This bugle was made there, used there, and was purchased there from a local German antique dealer.Large.25m.9m approx German Reich Service Flag.There are five individual pins as follows;- Blockade Runners pin Iron cross with Silver wound badge Iron cross 1st class and 2nd class awarded Imperial faithful service with Third reich silver 25 year Imperial iron cross, Imperial faithful service and Third Reich 50 gold service.Generally excellent condition with the exception of an area of wear approx.10 to reverse face ( See images ), above average example.A good, original, untouched WW1 German Ersatz bayonet with accompanying frog.His adjutant wrote after his death, Budd was on Artillery Observation and acting as Observer when he was attacked by four enemy scout machines.Complete round with a 1916 dated, cordite filled 40 x 156 brass case with a II HE projectile with.166 fusE.The globes were originally covered by two hinged sheet metal hemispheres to protect the thrower from the adhesive and were then removed before throwing, they are unfortunately, no longer present., safety lever manufacturer marked with igniter pocket present.Good overall condition with a covered d/w.WW2 Japanese Officer's Cap.Chit in good, used condition with a number inked onto one side and light marking.Escape compass in waterproof pouch.
An excellent example of a 1944 dated US 60mm M49A2 mortar round for use with standard US infantry 60mm M2 Mortar.
You can see where the armband was stitched to a tunic around post contest muscle gain the edge, and then seems to have been cut off cleanly along/beside the seam.