WW2 Soviet Field Gear and Personal Items
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High quality unissued officer boots in black leather, with quality control stamps dated 1927-1928. Perfect for completing a display of almost any early Soviet or WW 2 officer's uniform. About a US 6 ½.
Officer shoes, late 1940s through 1950s. Excellent quality, unissued.
Felt burki boots, 1940s-50s. Excellent condition.
Navy enlisted man or NCO leather belt with solid brass buckle, late 1930s - early 1940s. An attractive and very scarce piece in very good condition.
Very early 1930s EM/NCO leather field belt with steel buckle, very narrow 1.25" width.
M 1940 Waist Belt with Hangers for Navy Officer Dagger, 1940- 1947. Early, narrower pattern, featuring so-called "kind lions" on the buckles and without the larger round buckle up front. In excellent condition. Fits up to a 42" waist. This rare and desirable WW2 model is a perfect accompaniment for a wartime-dated dagger.
Grade school student's uniform belt and buckle circa 1940s-1950s bears the Cyrillic letter "Sh" for school.
Leather straps for cavalry spurs, circa 1940s. In black leather with steel buckles. Price per single piece.
Cavalry sword harness in leather, dated 1939. Essential for the correct display of a shashka on a manikin.
Officer's leather map case, dated 1946. Made immediately after the war but essentially a WW2 model. In very good to excellent condition.
M 1938 canvas rucksack, circa 1939/40, type with leather shoulder straps - before the introduction of the almost all canvas version.
Canteen Pouch, circa 1940s. In soft olive drab canvas with a drawstring and metal button. In excellent condition.
Mess kit pouch, early 1940s. In OD canvas. Shows faint rectangular manufacturer stamp, most likely of the Shveynik Taylor Conglomerate in Saratov.
Pouch for combat engineer's ax, circa early to mid-1940s. Excellent overall condition, complete with all belt loops, original WW2 Bakelite button and straps.
Military issue map case protractor, dated 1941, with original paper envelope. Mint.