Dutch 'Buitenmodel' Officer's Overseas Cap (Veldmuts voor Officieren). The cap is having golden piping and a metal number '5' attached as intended for an officer within the 5th Regiment Infantry. Nice original overseas cap in good used condition!
This is a nice original Dutch 'Klewang' (Sword) M.1911, complete with brown leather scabbard. The blade is not visible maker marked, showing only a Dutch acceptance marking and a serial number '4266'. Nice original example in good used condition!
Dutch 'Buitenmodel' Officer's Bread Bag (Broodzak, Buitenmodel), complete with carrying strap. Made of thick heavy duty tan coloured canvas. The bread bag is not visible maker marked or dated. Nice original example in good used condition!
This is a nice original Dutch Netherlands East Indies Army Sleeve Shield showing the Dutch Lion above the script 'Je Maintiendrai'. The shield is in used condition regrettably showing some damage. Nice original sleeve-shield!
Dutch Female 'Nederlandsch Indië' arm-badge (VK-KNIL Mouwleeuw) with medical service title (Geneeskundige Dienst). Wartime US-made patches intended for female members within the KNIL. Rare insignia set in very good condition!
This is a nice set of collar insignia as inteded for a soldier within the 'Geneeskundige Dienst' (Medical Service), the matching set is nicely hand-embroidered on fieldgrey wool. Nice set of collar insignia!
Pre-war Dutch military skill patch for a trained hand grenade thrower in the rank of non-commissioned officer. Nicely hand-embroidered in gold-coloured metal thread on so-called 'Buitenmodel' uniform fabric. Nice original patch!
Dutch 'KNIL-Voortrekker' Arm Badge (Mouwembleem). The badge consists of a black pad, embroidered in orange with the letters N.I.L., above which a royal crown and under which the date 1945-1946. Rare original badge in good used condition!
Dutch Fighting Knife (Stormdolk M1917). Dutch army fighting knife as issued between 1917 and 1940, complete with its original brown leather scabberd. The fighting knife is in overall good condition, hard to find original example!
Dutch Helmet Plate as used on the M27 & M34 Combat Helmets (Helmplaat). The helmet plate is showing the recognizable Dutch Lion. A pin and catch have been soldered onto the back turning it into a brooch. Decorative original item!
Dutch Military Cyclist's Short Overcoat (Wielrijders Jekker). The coat is having period machine-sewn Captain's rank-insignia on both the inside and outside of the collar. Rare and hard to find original Dutch Military Cyclist's Short Overcoat in very good condition!
Pair of Dutch Lewis Gunner's Belt Loops (Koppelpassanten voor Lewis Schutter). Executed in natural coloured smooth brown leather. These are special extended belt-loops intended for usage in combination with the Lewis Magazine Pouch. Nice original belt loops in good used condition!
This is a nice original so-called Dutch 'Buitenmodel' tunic as intended for a Captain within an Artillery Regiment. The tunic is made of the cotton summer cloth. The collar is showing nicely hand-embroiderd crossed Artillery barrels. Nice and hard to find summer cloth tunic in very good condition!
Early Dutch 'Hembrug' Bayonet (Bajonet voor het geweer M.95). The Dutch bayonet is complete with its original light brown leather scabberd with belt-loop, complete with horizontal leather retaining strap. Rare original pre-1900 bayonet in good used condition!
Set of 2 empty Dutch 'Rhodesia' Cigarettes Packages. A well-known nickname for 'Rhodesia' cigarettes was: "Rokend Hooi Overtreft Deze Ellendige Sigaret In Alles". Rare and hardly ever offered for sale original Rhodesia cigarette packages!
Dutch M27 Combat Helmet (Stalen Helm Model 27). The helmet is complete with its original leather liner and chinstrap, the liner is nicely 'CM1932' marked. The helmet has been period overpainted in black, possibly for the LBD or another civilian organisation. Nice original helmet!
Royal Dutch Airforce Officer's Dagger (KLu officiers ponjaard 1964). The blade is nicely maker marked by the company of 'Carl Eickhorn' from Solingen. Most of these daggers lost their original gilding. Hard to find example in very good condition!
Nice slightly mismatched pair of Dutch Belt Loops (Koppelpassanten). Executed in natural coloured smooth brown leather. One D-ring is nicely marked with a 'CM' marking (Centraal Magazijn) and dated 1938. Nice original belt loops in good used condition!
Dutch M4 Bayonet with Scabbard M8A1. This bayonet/fighting knife was for use with the M1 Carbine by the Dutch Army and produced in the 1950's. Maker marked with the trademark of the company 'Hörster' from Solingen. Rare and hard to find example in very good condition!
Dutch Navy M1873 Beaumont Bayonet (Sabelbajonet M1873 met schede). The bayonet and scabberd are showing some rust pitting, see photos. Rare original Dutch Navy Beaumont Bayonet and Scabberd in used condition!
Dutch 'Hembrug' Bayonet (Bajonet voor het geweer M.95). The Dutch bayonet is nicely 'Hembrug' marked on the blade and showing a unique serial number '4655'. Nice original bayonet in good used condition!
This is a nice Dutch so-called 'Grove Stof' Combat Greatcoat intended for a soldier (Soldaat) within the army. Nicely 'CM' marked and dated 1938, complete with personal label from the soldier. Scarce original Dutch combat greatcoat in good condition!
Dutch Carbine Ammo Pouch (Patroontasje Karabijn). For use with the M95 (Hembrug) Carbine. The pouch is nicely 'CM 1934' (Centraal Magazijn) marked and showing nice unit markings. Complete with internal divider. Rare original brown coloured pouch in very good condition!
This is a nice original Dutch "Kwatta's" Chocolate Ration Tin. This chocolate was called 'Manoeuvre Chocolaad' (Maneuver Chocolate), the tin is showing an illustration of a pre-war Dutch military soldier. Very nice and desirable original item!
Royal Dutch Navy Dagger (Marine Ponjaard M1880). The dagger is nicely maker marked by the company of 'WKC' from Solingen and comes with original carton label. This modern navy dagger originates from a Dutch Navy Officer stationed at Curaçao. Nice original dagger!
Dutch Work Tunic (Werkpak). Made of nice green 'heavy-duty’cotton and has two front pockets and one inside pocket. The tunic is not visible marked or dated. Hard to find original Dutch work tunic in good used condition!
Dutch 'Nederlandse Opbouwdienst' (N.O.D.) Tunic. The Dutch 'Nederlandse Opbouwdienst' (N.O.D.) was established on 15 July 1940 by the German controlled Dutch government. It was an organization tasked to dismantle the Dutch Army. Rare original NOD tunic!
Dutch Motor Cyclist's Leather Pants (Motorrijders Broek). The rarely seen grey leather pants are nicely marked and dated with 'CM40' (Centraal Magazijn 1940), the pants are size '2' marked. Rare original grey leather pants in very good condition!
Dutch 'Kepie' for a soldier within the 1st Regiment Infantry. This is a soldiers rank kepi, recognizable by the double blue coloured piping. The kepi is nicely maker marked by the company of 'J.P.Mol' from Breda (Holland). Nice original kepi in used condition!
Dutch 'Hembrug' Bayonet (bajonet voor het geweer M.95). The Dutch bayonet is complete with its original brown leather scabberd with belt-loop, complete with horizontal leather retaining strap. Nice original bayonet in good used condition!
Dutch Medal for Order and Peace (Ereteken voor Orde en Vrede). The medal is complete with its original confectioned ribbon including the bar '1949', the medal comes together with its matching batton. Nice set in used and worn condition!
Dutch 'Kepie' for a soldier within the Artillery. This is a soldier's rank kepi, recognizable by the double red coloured piping. The red coloured piping is indicating that this kepi belonged to a soldier within an Artillery Regiment. Nice original kepi in good used condition!
Dutch Red Hussars 'Kepie'. The red coloured piping in combination with the silver/white coloured cocarde and regimental cypher '3' is indicating that this kepi belonged to a soldier within the 3rd Regiment Hussars (Cavalry). Nice original kepi in good used condition!
Dutch 'Schwarzlose M.08' Ammunition Belt. The Dutch Army had approximately 2300 Machinge Guns ready for use in May 1940. The belt is unfortunately missing the first part of the strip of 75 rounds. Extremely rare and hard to find example in good used condition!
Dutch "Hiding Game" (Het Onderduikspel) Board Game. Circa 1945. Almost complete: with miniature ID Cards (Persoonsbewijzen), miniature Distribution Cards (Distributiekaarten) and game money. Decorative original board game!
This is a rare original Dutch Officer's 'Dolman' as intended for an Officer within the Horse Artillery (Gele Rijders). This is a daily tunic, the tunic is not visible maker marked or dated but most likely dates from around the First World War period. Rare original tunic in good used condition!
Nice original Dutch 'Stoottroepen' insignia as instituted in 1944 and worn by the 'Stoottroepen', the cloth emblem was also used as a beret emblem for a short period of time. Nicely embroiderd on black wool having a glue back. Nice example in good used condition!
Dutch Army issued British Soldier's Service and Pay Book (Army Book 64). The booklet was issued on 1 October 1945 to 'Hendrik Willemsen', member within the '5e.Comp.11e.Bat.8e.R.I.' (8th Regiment Infantry). Nice original booklet in good used condition!
Dutch 'Oorlogsherinneringskruis' (1940-1945 War Cross). The medal is marked on the reverse by the company 'Kon.-Begeer' from Voorschoten. The ribbon has been confectioned by 'Fa.A.Tack' from Breda. Nice example in good condition!
WW1 Dutch Mobilization War Cross (Mobilisatie Oorlogskruis). The cross instituted on 1 August 1924 by the "National Committee for the Commemoration of the Mobilization in 1914". The cross comes with its original confectioned ribbon. Nice example in good used condition!
Rare original Dutch Gasmask Canister Model 'H' (Gasmaskerbus Model H). The canister still retains most of its original green paint and is complete with its original carrying straps. Nice original Gasmask in Canister in good condition!
Dutch Model 1915 Entrenching Tool (Veldschep M15). The entrenching tool is not visible maker marked or dated. This is the post-WW1 model without sawtooth edge, correct for a pre-WW2 display. Nice original Dutch shovel in good used condition!