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Hungarian "Cold War" Collection 1945 - 1990

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    current Hungarian para-troopers wearing the M87 camo...see the para-troopers badge on the beret cap and the M70 helmet on the other ones.

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    new pick-ups:

    unissued 1960s (rare that they are still in their original boxes with factory tags, etc.) policeman officer's shirt with shoulder epaulets & tie - size 58:
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    ...and made by the same (no longer in existence) uniform manufac. factory: "Szegedi Ruhagyár" - an Army officer's shirt - also unissued in its' original box - size: N48/180 - possibly an M82 shirt:

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    UPDATE: a lot of M70 helmet with M90 (4 color) camo helmet cover + an inactive M42/48(?) Hungarian grenade + and an unknown ammo pouch - did anyone see this type before?
    Any help wound be nice!

    Cheers,
    Fabe

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    fabe i really like the m70 and cover ,is the cover easy to source locally ,ive never seen one available here in the uk ,the stick grenade is another great addition ,also you have a nice american m56 m16 ammunition pouch if you look closely on the front below the buckle you might see a faint US ink stamp ,hope this helps ,james

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    THX James, I have prettymuch have no knowledge regarding US stuff...but I would love to collect together a US Vietnam war era dummy one day...
    That cover (M90) is the current camo that the Hungarian army uses - so it's no as rare as the M87 cover, which was only used by special forces (para-troops, border-guards).
    There are a few on-line military shops here in Hungary - this one is the best:
    MAGYAR KATONAI FELSZERELÉS RUHÁK
    I think Hungarian language only, but if you use google chrome, it will translate the whole site...no clue if they shipp to other countries.
    Here they sell unissued M87, M90 covers, etc...only for about 10 pounds (in UK money)

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    fabe i really like the m70 and cover ,is the cover easy to source locally ,ive never seen one available here in the uk ,the stick grenade is another great addition ,also you have a nice american m56 m16 ammunition pouch if you look closely on the front below the buckle you might see a faint US ink stamp ,hope this helps ,james

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    that is a real helpfull link for me fabe ,thanks very much

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    new pick-up:

    Hungarian (but possibly Soviet made) paratrooper's folding entrenching tool - with heavy canvas pouch:

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    Interesting, that they bothered with the extra expense of the joint in the handle for that added compactness.
    Several other armies did without.

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    very nice fabe and never realised they are of a two part construction

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    new pick-up (sorry, seller's pics for now):

    Hungarian "pufajka" cotton-filled winter pants - I think it was made in in 1953.
    See last pic. - drawing no. 3 (uniforms in around the 1956 uprising)

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