Militaria For Sale
This page displays all of the militaria (not including medals) that have been listed by a seller.
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Second World War (Mk II, Pattern 03 Waterbottle Carrier) leather carrier for the Mk. VI water bottle. This particular waterbottle carrier was issued to Driver James PITHER (Service Number NX66582) who served with the 2/103 Australian General Transport Company. The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he was born on the 17th of November, 1908 at Dubbo in New South Wales. He enlisted into the Second AIF on the 12th of December, 1940 and discharged on the 17th of January, 1946. This water bottle carrier was purchased on ebay for $24 in August 2008. Image is a sample only and item differs slightly in colour and appearance. NOT FOR GENERAL SALE. Will be sold to family only upon proof of relationship.
Country: United States
United States Army (U.S. Army) dogtag from the Second World War. This dog tag (also known as "meat tags") was issued to Private Robert D. McCULLOUGH whose serial number (service number) was 33008493. He was born in Iowa but resided in Fairfax County, Virginia before he enlisted into the Army during World War 2. He signed up on the 5th of April, 1941 from Baltimore in Maryland. It is believed that he served with either the 126th Regiment of the 32nd Division or the 163rd Regiment of the 41st Division; both of which served in the Sanananda area on the north east coast of New Guinea (where this dog tag was found). This dog tag is NOT for general sale and will only be returned to the descendants of Robert D. McCULLOUGH upon strong proof of relationship. The dog tag is still in the hands of Annanius Mongagi of Sanananda Village at the northern end of the Kokoda Track. Please visit the ARTICLES OF INTEREST to read the full story of this dog tag. Stories are titled "U.S. Serviceman's Dog Tag (126th Infantry or 163rd Infantry) Found at Sanananda Battlefield" and the second story "U.S. Serviceman Identified as Private Robert D. MCCULLOUGH - from Fairfax Virginia".
Country: United States
A Second World War U.S. Serviceman's peaked cap for an N.C.O (Non Commissioned Officer) or an enlisted man. This cap was issued to Joseph IATESTA who was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He enlisted on the 23rd of April, 1943 and was a 'Fireman' in civil life (before the war). This hat was offered on the open market but failed to sell on the 31st of May, 2010. If this item is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
First World War Telegram to the father of Private Arthur Edwin HULBERT of the 36th Infantry Battalion. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Sydney on the 13th of May, 1916 aboard HMAT Beltana. Arthur Edwin HULBERT was born in or around Bowraville in northern New South Wales. This telegram was offered on the open market but failed to sell on the 8th of May, 2008. If this item of militaria is still for sale, would the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
Second World War (03 Pattern) leather water bottle carrier with the Service Number V73343 and Signalman PATERSON recorded on the cotton shoulder strap. A search of the World War Two Nominal Roll does not reveal any such service number. However this may simply be an omission. Should your ancester be known by this service number or name, I invite you to contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator for further photographs. Should a family researcher be in possession of handwriting samples, perhaps a "match" can me made with the handwriting on the carrier.
Corps/Service:Air Force/Flying Corps
1903 Pattern Water Bottle Carrier, issued to Sergeant Edward Lawrance BRANCH of the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF). He was born on the 5th of May, 1912 at Sydney in New South Wales. The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he enlisted into the R.A.A.F on the 3rd of June, 1940 and discharged on the 14th of December, 1945. Posting on discharge was the 1 Personnel Depot. PLEASE NOTE: The image shown is a generic image. The actual carrier of Sergeant Edward Lawrence BRANCH is the R.A.A.F version with the blue cotton shoulder piece and dark (black) leather.
Mounted Pattern Mess Tin issued to Gunner Clyde Henry Swinson VISE during World War Two. Clyde VISE was born on the 16th of July, 1906 in London, England. The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he joined the Second AIF on the 17th of July, 1940 at Caulfield in Victoria. He served with the 2/11 Field Regiment and discharged on the 10th of January, 1945. His next of kin was John VISE. This mess tin was purchased on ebay in February, 2010. Please note, the image is a generic example only. The bottom of the mess tin is in good condition. It is clearly stamped with his service number. The upper lid is pitted and slightly corroded, but in solid condtion. This type of eating recepticle is colloquially called a 'Light Horse' style mess tin. It is reserved for the family of Gunner VISE only, and is not for general sale.
Three First World War "silk bring backs" were belonging to Lieutenant George Edward JAMIESON of the 41st Infantry Battalion, AIF were offered for sale on the open market, but failed to sell on the 23rd of May, 2008. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Brisbane during 1914 as part of the 9th Infantry Battalion. He also later is believed to have transferred to the 3rd Machinegun Company. He obviously was promoted through the ranks. During his service, he would also be awarded the Military Cross. If these items are still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
Corps/Service:Machine Gun Corps
A 1942 dated - Commonwealth of Australia National Security (General Regulations) Temporary Permit to be on a Fishing or other small Vessel; belonging to Lieutenant George Edward JAMIESON of the 41st Infantry Battalion, AIF was offered for sale on the open market, but failed to sell on the 23rd of May, 2008. The First World War Embarkation Roll indicates that he left Brisbane during 1914 as part of the 9th Infantry Battalion. He later transferred to the 3rd Machine Gun Company. During his service, he would also be awarded the Military Cross. He obviously was promoted through the ranks. If this item is still for sale, could the current owner please contact the Medals Gone Missing Administrator.
Second World War collection of items belonging to Private Frederick John MILBANK. He was born on the 3rd of November, 1915 at Port Pirie in South Australia. The World War Two Nominal Roll indicates that he enlisted into the Second AIF on the 12th of July, 1940 and discharged on the 7th of July, 1944. Posting on discharge was the 2/8 Field Ambulance. A collection belonging to this man was offered for sale on the open market, but failed to sell on the 21st of May, 2008.