Original WWI US belt with gear. 1911 holster is dated 1918 and marked "G&K" and "WJD". Canteen is very good. First aid pouch has a small kit. Magazine pouch is dated 1918 and marked "P.B. & Co.". Very good overall condition.
US WWII holster dated 1942. Manufactured by Boyt. Very good overall condition.
Commercial holster for a PPK circa 1935. Holster is marked "DRGM AKAH". This style of holster was used by the NSPD, SA and other various organizations. A desirable pre-war holster.
Fits the Femaru M37 pistols. Holster is very good with all the stitching intact. Inside has faint markings. Tab is dated 1943 and marked "hg". An uncommon holster.
Hard to find holster. Leather is in very good condition. Belt hook has been removed, otherwise holster is very good overall.
British WWI era Webley holster and ammo pouch. Pouch is dated 1916 and marked "JAS. Dawson & Son". Inside flap is "HT" and broad arrow marked. Holster is marked with a "PH" and broad arrow on inside flap. A fantastic accessory for a WWI Webley.
Inside is dated 1945 and marked "ZL &T LTD" with a C and broad arrow. Good overall condition.
Inside is dated 1944 and marked "ZL &T LTD" with a C and broad arrow. Very good overall condition.
Very good condition P38 holster. Dated 1944 and maker marked CXB. A good example of a soft shell holster.
German holster for a Walther PP. Originally it was a shoulder holster converted into a belt holster; possibly by a GI or post war for police use.
Holster is 1918 dated. Fit's the Colt or Smith & Wesson 1917 revolvers. Very good overall condition.
German issued Hi-Power holster marked with "epf 1941" and eagle over 195. Very good overall condition.
1940 dated German military Luger holster. Stitching is very good. Maker's mark is faint, and the rest of markings are sharp and clear. Very good overall condition.
German Ortgies holster. Very rare 1920s – 30s production holster for the .32 ACP caliber Ortgies pistol. Excellent condition, very seldom seen!