Thursday WWII Hot Finds Newsletter November 17, 2016

November 17, 2016

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In the top left corner of the issue check out the large grouping of items from a Navy VF-37 pilot. When you take a good look at it you can see why it's already eclipsed the $1,000 mark in bidding. Somebody should take the unit patch from that Marine submarine hunting squadron and make a t-shirt out of it - very cool.

Several nice German pieces in this block including some uniform pieces and helmets. Already one of the listings I found has been removed from eBay but that's just how this category seems to go!

Auctions from many of the smaller categories are found here including a nice Canadian tunic and pieces from Japan, Russia and Italy.

A favorite of mine in this World War I block is the grouping of 2nd Army, 813 Pioneer Infantry items pictured below. When you can get this many pieces all together it's no wonder the seller has a reserve on that auctions.

 

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