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Unissued Black SS Panzer wrapper


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German WWII Army (WH) Officers Copper Brown piped visor cap, used by Motorcyle troops for a short period of time, 1 1/2 years till 1941.



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b2ap3_thumbnail_glass.jpgHere's one for vehicle owners.  A rare WWII German made Defroster glass for the Kubelwagen windshield.  The glass had a frame and several slider bars in order to attach it to any glass windshield, then it simply plugged into the 6 Volt socket on the dash.  This ones unique as its in the original wooden box it was sent to the US in during the war by a GI who "captured" it.



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Another Vet pickup, the DE standard and the Final.


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A fantastic set all belonging to the same Political leader, at the Gau level.  The group as pictured was bought from the Veterans Daughter, untouched since the war.  Both tunics even had the Golden Party pins still on them!  Only the eagle was missing from the visor, the papers were the Vets capture papers.



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GFM Generalfieldmarshall Wilhelm Keitel's Greatcoat and Personal items from his family.




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GFM Generalfieldmarshall Von Rundstedt's Greatcoat



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SA Feldherrenhalle tunic.



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Rare Early SS-VT tunic



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DE Standard.  Recently sold here at Relics of the Reich.


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Rare Luftwaffe Generals uniform.  This is a rare set as its the first model flight tunic.  Fantastic insignia.  Coming up for sale here soon.


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A Very rare SS tunic set to the same man, both tunics are named and dated.  Black SS Tuxedo dress tunic is missing the brest badge and one collar tab, both are as found.  The Summer white SS tunic is complete with the early SS arm eagle.  SOLD recently here at Relics of the Reich!





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RAD Fuhrer Heirl's complete uniform as found in Austria.  The tunic is an early style, and the trousers are brown striped and not Black striped as is normal, but the trousers are also named and matched to the tunic.  Robin Hood cap is early four panel style.  The boots came with the set.

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A Rare German WWII Forestry generals Uniform Set.  The insignia is all cellon and very rare!  For sale in the uniform section.

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Allegemeine-SS Generals White summer tunic and White wool rding trousers.  This tunic was made by the same Tailors (Holters) as Von Ribbentrop's Summer tunic and were made with the same weave material, most likely at the same time.  The Trousers are a Fine quality White wool and both items are named.   It has the most fantastic Sleeve eagle I have ever seen!  Its white cotton backed, removeable and is held on with the gilt pins, inside the liner!     









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Ultra-Rare SS officers M43 cap, this is a different style from the normal issue M43 cap.


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This is an original WWII German Kublewagen.  Made by Volkswagen it has been fully restored to its original condition.  This was a complete top to bottom and nut for bolt restoration.  The project was researched for several months to insure everything was done as it left the VW factory in early 1943.  This vehicle was restored by my other business MVRS, Military vehicle restoration Services.

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This is a one of a kind tunic attributed to GeneralOberst Alfred Jodl.  The tunic is named to him, and came directly from his wife, Luise in 1990, it has paperwork backing up its sale.  Jodl was a German military commander during WWII, attaining the position of Chief of the Operations Staff of the Armed Forces High Command (Oberkommando der Wehrmacht, or OKW) during World War II, acting as deputy to Wilhelm Keitel, and signed the unconditional surrender of Germany as a representative for German president Karl Dönitz. At Nuremberg he was tried, sentenced to death and hanged as a war criminal, although he was later exonerated by a German court.  Currently for sale in the uniform section!

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A massive named grouping to a family member of the July 20th Plot to kill Hitler, Baron Freytag von Loringhoven.  One of the tunics and cap was worn by Wessel, who provided the explosives to Stauffenburg in the plot to Kill Hitler.  This grouping is a one of a kind, and includes many uniforms, caps, coats, his boots, lots of photos, papers, orders and much more!von1






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