Thursday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter November 10, 2016

November 10, 2016

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No blockbusters today in the United States block although I always like uniforms with insignia like the one pictured below from the 70th Tank Battalion that participated in D-Day. I don't credit that plane spotter model to WWII but hey it's listed in the category so go for it.

The nicest thin in this block is also being sold out of Poland by a seller with a feedback rating of just #16. To bid or not to bid on the pictured German uniform tunic. There is also another smock pictured below that is over $400. On that one the seller is from France but has a little more experience on eBay.

Well you learn something new everyday. I would not have thought much about the wall clock pictured below until I saw the bidding action and read the description. There must be a niche collecting market for British clocks? This one is over $300 and is still going at auction.

The title of the oddly shaped below below refers to it as a "smatchet". I admit I had to google that term and turns out it means a heavy short sword. I don't know if that's what I'd choose to call that piece but it looks like it saw some action in the jungle so maybe that's a search term for some collectors.

 

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