Monday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter April 6, 2015

April 7, 2015

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I just said goodby to the in-laws who were visiting for Easter. The best part is that they took my kids for a visit grandma and grandpa's house so I can really get some work done. I hope you enjoy today's newsletter.

Going through the biggest military category on eBay can be like a history lesson. Take for example the uniform that is first up below. I didn't know about the "Donut Dollies" until I read about it and did some further research. I'm not sure that helicopter squadron patch would make it through the politically correct sensors today.

The seller of the Luftwaffe tunic below shares that he recently purchased it from the Historical Museum of Military History in State College, PA. I'm sure that there are some opportunities out there to purchase from museums and this looks like a fine piece.

Many times in this block I can find a nice RAF item to highlight. Today it's not a significant listing but I do have one included for collectors that appreciate those aviation themed auctions.

Uniforms that survive in good condition from WWI usually demand a premium on eBay. The one I have pictured below is a captains tunic from the 30th Inf Division Engineer. It is in excellent shape.

I will be busy this week getting items cranked out on eBay. I hope you have a great one. I've updated my ad below since I now have two antique mall booths on I-95.

 

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