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What is your holy grail of militaria?

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    A boxed, early black SS visor cap with its original insignia.

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    I would have to say a flying condition and fully armed b-24 with some crew just so I could do at least one mission as a tail gunner, or that grouping of Rommels

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    Anything which belonged to SS Standartenfuhrer Dr Enno Lolling, ideally his SS Officers Degen.

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    This is a fun and interesting thread! For me it would be the Long Bow or Broadsword carried by Lieutenant Colonel Jack "Mad Jack" Churchill.

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    Damn! Frank beat me to it, too fast.. I too, would like the Blutfahne..

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    An 1873 cavalry carbine used on the Little Bighorn battlefield.

    47th MP Co/47th Inf Div 1983-1988
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    Ernst Rohms dual Runes button dagger ( whereabouts unknown )

    Upper grip SA Runes button

    Lower grip SS Runes button

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    Col. George Rogers Clark was promoted to General at the end of the war and given a sword that looked like this by George Washington, after his death . his grandson got it and it was lost... his younger brother was Lewis & William Clark,,, north west passage

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    The Eagle of any Roman Legion would be my ultimate piece of militaria. I'm not aware of any in existence but who knows, perhaps in some forgotten far-flung surplus store.....

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    Default armored vehicles

    when I was a kid I always wanted a tank to play with , kind of like a "play house" even if it wasnt running

    US , German, Russian

    even a modern Russian armored fighting vehicle would be nice
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