Luftwaffe Flyers goggles. Missing the right side (left eye) lens...so, if you happen to know where one is, I would appreciate the lead.
WW2 RCAF Memorial Cross Group.
FO / D.E. Bennett /J12978
He was in 420 sqn killed 5 Mar 43 on an Op to Essen. Looks like they had a 2nd dickie on the trip as well. They were in a Wellington X with 6 people. The normal crew was 5. Their Wellington was the 1st type X lost on 420 sqn.
WW2 Mortar, before you contact the authorities...it's empty and has no fuse.
These are special occasion celluloid tealights, they have a thin cardboard base. Used on sideboards and around caskets with a small candle inside, not very safe, and that is why the were outlawed in Germany around 1936.
This is a named Canadian Navy Helmet, I got it from the fellow it was issued to. He stated that when the HMCS Camrose was splinter camo'ed their helmets were as well.
I collect medals as well
A pair to a British Parliamentarian and Author. Two names, same fellow.
On the left -
Consul R.C.F. MAUGHAM
The one on the right is-
VOL: R.C.F. GRENVILLE. CIVILIAN VOLS:
A variety of Canadian Badges, the Silver Officers are Queens Crowm.
Luftwaffe WW2 Flotation Jacket.
Knight Cross Winners. I found this original press release in Havana Cuba!
WW1 Brodie Helmets
WW1 Era Wristwatches...military collectors call them Trench Watches.
This is a Coloured large format photo of a Canadian Officer wearing a Trench Watch with an additional Shrapnel Guard.
A closeup of the above.
A small collection of WW1 72nd Seaforth Highlanders items.
A small collection of Royal Flying Corps Sweetheart badges in Gold.
Made into a table lighter.
One cut-a-way and a selection of unfinished and finished pieces.
These are cut-a-way Mills Bombs, used for training.
Japanese Type 90 Helmet
WW1 Canadian Cloth Cap
WW1 German Cloth Bavarian Cap
Mills Bombs. All are empty and safe.
I don't condone the Nazi Party or anything they and their henchmen did. I do however appreciate the quality and variety of the items our Soldiers brought back from that conflict.