Genuine WWII Grouping which belong to Sergeant Peter F. Burkhalter, Medical Corps. This grouping contains insignias, pictures of him, a pocket book entitled "Make the war strengthen your marriage", a pocket guide to France, French invasion banknotes, his medical corps ID card and a surgical instruments set.
Reproduction of the USM1 Garand rifle. Wooden stock and metal parts. Identical in size. Bolt pulls back and opens the chamber. Works but doesn't fire anything. Perfect for reenacting. Limited Edition of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day.
Denison smock, Parachutist, early pattern, officer.
Made in USA reproduction of the legendary jump boots made by Corcoran, in the regulation russet shade, with a distinctive toe cap. These were authorized in August 1942. 12 pairs of grommets. Slanted heels and taps are rubber. Two distinctive oblique rows of stitching are added to strengthen the quarter, leather laces and Corcoran label. US sizes.
Reproduction of the USM1 Garand rifle. Wooden stock and metal parts. Identical in size. Bolt pulls back and opens the chamber. Sling NOT included. Works but doesn't fire anything. Perfect for reenacting.
Mauser 98k rifle. Wooden stock and metal parts. Identical in size. Works like a real one but doesn't fire anything. Perfect for reenactment.
Metal reproduction of the famous MP 40 Schmeisser submachinegun, delivered with magazine. Bolt pulls back. No sling. Denix
Reproduction of the legendary A-2 cow leather jacket, worn by pilots and airborne officers.
D-Day Experience banknote, 2019.
D-Day Experience - Carentan coin, manufactured by Monnaie de Paris (2018).
1942 pattern fatigue trousers. Their only pockets are the two large cargo pockets on the thighs, with flap closure. There is a triangular anti-gas flap behind the fly.
Shirt, Wool, Enlisted.
T-shirt, US Army, OD.
Standard issued M-1937 wool trousers with gas flap behind the button fly. Standard US Army infantry wool trousers heavily used by all GI's during the Italy, Normandy, Ardennes campaigns. US sizes.
The regulation M3 knife was introduced in March 1943. The blade bears the markings USM3 and 1943. This knife was used by the whole US Army, but heavily used by all airborne troops. It can be carried with a M6 leather scabbard or a M8 plastic and webbing scabbard.
Second pattern HBT coverall. The material is dark green and there is an antigas flap down the front. The two large patch pockets located on the upper thighs and hips are covered with wide oblique flaps. There is a vertical pocket on the right leg to carry a screwdriver, wrench or other tool. All buttons are the customary black tack type.