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Did anyone else get any ww2 items for X-Mas?

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    well for X-Mas this year I got a pre-loaded gift card, and decided to do myself some good by going to my dealers booth and getting myself something nice. I wound up getting this nice German medics canteen!!! both cup and canteen are marked FSB43. and in good condition. first pic is from antique store counter as I was checking out. the two on carpet was at my house. so did anyone get anything ww2 for Christmas?
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    Yeah, a clementine wrapped in tin foil as per usual.....
    'I do not think we can hope for any better thing now.
    We shall stick it out to the end, but we are getting weaker of course, and the end cannot be far.
    It seems a pity, but I do not think I can write more. R. SCOTT.
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    Japanese pith helmet, sake cup, prayer fan and arisaka rifle....deactivated.
    "You will get all the rest you need in the grave"

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    USAAF A9 cloth flight helmet,2 sets of goggles, 2 Headsets. 2 throat mics and a pair of WW2 AAF dress shoes.

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    got my christmas present to myself finally the undershirt,garrison cap, tie and service pants so all i need now is the boots and i have a complete US ww2 service uniform

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    Yes.. A Overhoff & Cie RaD buckle... If UPS can get their act together..... ;-(

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    Luftwaffe and Heer belt buckles, bronze mothers cross, iron cross, black wound badge, Heer cap eagle, Heer cap trapezoid, NSKOV breast eagle, merit cross in original envelope and two Hindenburg crosses.

    Santa was good to me. :-)

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    I got myself a little something

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    That is a beauty Todd. I didn't know about the aluminum versions till I read that thread about your Helmet. Thanks!!!
    Semper Fi
    phil

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    Yeah, a clementine wrapped in tin foil as per usual.....
    Which one is Clementine?
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