This reproduction civil war kepi represents an Infantry Lt. Colonel from one of the many 1st Infantry Regiments. Such as 1st Alabama Infantry Regiment; 1st Arkansas Infantry Battalion; 1st Regiment Kansas Volunteer Infantry; 1st New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment etc.
This cap is based on one worn by U boat Commander Lothar von Arnauld de la Perière, Germanys most successful U-Boat commander who sunk 195 ships and damaged 8 others.
Reproduction Luftwaffe (Air Force), Officers silver bullion Eagle modelled on a privately purchased example. Museum quality standard in silver aluminium bullion on Luftwafe grey or blue felt background.
Reproduction size 60 German U-Boat Submarine Captains Peaked cap with 70+ years of ageing and some worn and tarnished areas as worn by the Captain of U-552 - Erich Topp.
Superb reproduction 1930's period Allgemeine SS NCO's Schirmmutzen Visor Cap. In SS black tricot material and silvered first pattern Deaths head and second pattern Eagle. Made by EREL and with RZM label and markings.
This stencil is suitable for hand painting. The picture shows how it can be applied even to a heavily corked helmet. Apply the shield first in blue, then apply the cross in white. You can either paint in the tabs or leave them in place - both options are valid for the 79th in WW2.
Reproduction Luftwaffe Fallschirmjager Officers Cap with Schimpf Badge. Beautifully aged and well worn Luftwaffe Cap as worn by the German Paratroopers from WW2. In this case the 3d Fallschirmjager Division.
Reproduction Luftwaffe (Air Force), Officers and NCO's/Enlisted Eagle in aged condition modelled on a commercial purchased example.
Reproduction Luftwaffe (Air Force), Officers and NCO's/Enlisted Eagle modelled on a commercial purchased example. Museum quality standard in silver aluminium bullion on white felt background. Has three attachment pins on the rear mounted on metal plate, just like the originals.
This reproduction badge is hand made as the original emblems were, they were not massproduced to factory specifications. It is made from aircraft grade aluminium and is in aged or new condition.
Husaren-Regt. Fürst Blücher von Wahlstatt (Pommersches) Nr.5 (Stolp) XVII Armee Korps M1907 M1910 Cap
Reproduction Imperial German Husaren-Regt. Fürst Blücher von Wahlstatt (Pommersches) Nr.5 (Stolp) XVII Armee Korps Officers/NCO Cap.
This beautiful quality Schirmmütze is made from a high quality Dunkelrot (dark red), wool with Schwartz (black) velvet band and white piping.
British WWII NFS - National Fire Service Helmet Decal - Fire Force Numerals.National Fire Service Helmet Decal Numeral. This a helmet decal (not a stencil). The decals were used on British Fire Helmets from 1941 till the end of the war and after, to identify the 'Fire Force' area. There were 43 area numerals and 49 Fire Forces.
British WWII NFS - National Fire Service Helmet Decal - Star & Crown
This a helmet decal (not a stencil). The decals were used on British National Fire Service (NFS), Fire Helmets from 1941 till the end of the war and after.
This British helmet shell was sent to us by a customer. It was just the shell and liner retaining bolt. The customer wanted a North Africa Royal Engineers helmet. This is what we gave him.
Reproduction of a Luftwaffe Pilot Officers schirmmütze cap showing ageing, age markings, discolouration and wear appropiate to use by Adolf Galland during the early war years.
Titanic Officers Cap - Aged
This is a extremely high quality reproduction Officers cap as worn by Officers on board the RMS Titanic on her maiden and only voyage 100 years ago. Sold and on its way to USA.
We bought this helmet at a bargain price, but it was in pretty bad condtion. We wanted to demonstrate how we can refurbish and conserve a 100+ year old helmet. This is an ongoing refurbishment.
Unit Stamps used on headwear and and other unit equipment. A great item for sharing amongst your your reenactment unit. These two are for Fliger Ersatz Abteilung 1 & Jagdstaffel 2.
This Heer Grossdeutschland helmet is reproduction, there are no genuine parts included.
We have made this helmet to look medium used, found on the battlefield after a year or two and then stored for 70+ years.
Notice the light wear on the National Colours decal and the Luftwaffe Eagle, the owners name and - "Grossdeutschland" painted on the inside. It has been finished in Museum wax to preserve it.
The B.A. stamp usually followed by Army Korps Roman numerals indicates the "Bekliedungsamt" literally "clothing department".
This stamp measures 35mm wide by 17mm tall and was used on headwear and and other unit equipment. A great item for sharing amongst your XIII (Royal Württemberg) Corps reenactment unit.
WW1 German Imperial Navy (Kaiserlichen Marine), Officers Cap. Our reproduction Imperial German Naval Removable White top Officers dress Visor Cap or Schirmmützen, are brand new from Germany.
Grace Line Shipping 1930s 1940s Officers Cap Badge
In the mid 1800s, the Irish-born Grace brothers, William Russell and Michael, established a commercial and shipping business in Callao, the port of Lima.
During WW2 the Navy took over the SANTA LUCIA in 1942, as the USS LEEDSTOWN, she was sunk in the North African invasion. The SANTA ELENA was sunk the following year off the Philippville on the Algerian coast. SANTA CLARA as the SUSAN B. ANTHONY went down in the Normandy invasion. Of the ships built before 1939 only the SANTA ROSA and SANTA PAULA survived.
This reproduction is an officers cap badge most likely worn between the 1930's and the 1940's and some versions exist with an enamelled flag within the wreath. You can choose from new or aged condition. Even the reverse has been copied from an original.
1. Brandenburgisches Dragoner-Regt. Nr.2 (Schwedt a.O.) III Armee Korps Officer & NCO Cap.
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This beautiful quality Schirmmütze is made from a high quality Feldgrau (Field Grey), wool with Schwartz (black) piping.
The start of a new refurbishment - WW2 British Tommy Helmet North Africa - Refurbishment. This British helmet shell was sent to us by a customer. It was just the shell and liner retaining bolt. The customer wants a North Africa Royal Engineers helmet for a relative who served in WW2.
This stencil is suitable for hand or spray painting. It was painted on the front of the British Tommy helmet, in white or black paint. It was worn by 'Fire Watchers'. These volunteers were recruited to operate in the vicinity of their own home and street and were formed into small teams of 3 to 5 persons and trained to tackle small fires caused by incendiary bombs or to extinguish the incendiary bomb itself using water supplied by a stirrup pump or the application of sand. These were commonly known as 'Fire Watchers'.
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