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World War II


WW 1. US M-5 Flak Helmet signed by American Hero Major Robert Morgan, Pilot of the B-17 “Memphis Belle” and B-29 “Dauntless Dottie.

Robert Knight Morgan (July 31, 1918 – May 15, 2004) was a colonel and a Command Pilot in the United States Air Force from Asheville, North Carolina. During World War II, while a captain in the United States Army Air Forces, Morgan was a bomber pilot with the 8th Air Force in the European theater and the aircraft commander of the famous B-17 Flying FortressMemphis Belle, flying 25 missions. After completing his European tour, Morgan flew another 26 combat missions in the B-29 Superfortress against Japan in the Pacific Theater. Here is the complete Wikipedia article on Morgan and his life:

The helmet is in great condition with its original liner. Ex. Mike Miner, ex. Jack Melton collection.


WW 2. Superb Nazi SS Dress Dagger.

Early production with “II” stamped on reverse cross-guard. Ebony grip has “SS” rondel and a highly detailed German eagle carefully inlaid. These early daggers were hand fitted and are of high quality. Blade is minty with “ROBERT KLAAS/SOLINGEN” maker mark. Scabbard has no obvious defects. Originally purchased from Ulrich of England.


WW 3. Horrific Artillery Struck German M-40 KIA Combat Helmet.

Excavated condition. This poor soldier’s head would have totally disintegrated. As you can see, large shrapnel fragments penetrated it from the side and top and blew out the other side. A profound example of what war really is. Provenance uncertain.


WW 4. Large Nazi Locomotive Railway Eagle.

Iconic insignia used on front of Third Reich locomotives. Measures 27″. Made of aluminum. Originally purchased from Brent’s Antiques (NC).


WW 5. WW II German Enlisted Infantryman’s Belt Buckle.

Fine example with legend “GOTT MIT UNS”.


WW 6. WW II Hitler Youth Arm Band.

Really clean with bright color. Brought home by a North Carolina veteran.


WW 7. WW II Schutzstaffel (SS) Totenkopf Visor Cap Insignia.

Good condition with attachment pins. 1943 date and maker stamp on reverse. Brought home as a war trophy by a North Carolina veteran.


WW 8. German Enlisted Man’s or NCO Uniform Insignia.

Nice condition Nazi Eagle embroidered on black cloth.


WW 9. Hitler Youth Membership Pin.

Sharp looking enameled pin. Maker marked on reverse. About 1″.


WW 10. Catastrophic KIA Artillery Struck German M-40 Combat Helmet.

Completely shattered by multiple shell fragments. Some blowing through the other side of the helmet. Provenance uncertain. Ex. Mike Miner/Jack W. Melton collection.