Photo Gallery VIII

A M40 KM size 64 in 28cm Krupp gun.

Presented here are items that are currently or were previously in my collection. They were found primarily by newspaper advertising in Norway.



Two camouflage helmets in autum surroundings.

A M40 Quist camouflage helmet with tan paint sprayed in front and around the lower part of the helmet.

A M35 Quist 64 LW camouflage helmet. Notice the subtle colors and the "ghost" LW eagle.

M40 SE64 with dark blue paint. The dark blue paint has flaked off several places and revealed the handbrushed white winter paint.

A M40 ET64 Heer with gray woodchip paint.

M35 ET62 with handbrushed white paint on top of the helmet.

A battle-worn splinter tarn camouflage reversible jacket and Polizei helmet that were found together.

Camouflage set, an M35 ET64 with a gask mask canister. Both were found in the same farm in Drøbak, Norway.

A camouflage set, both in identical colors of of red-brown, green and tan colors. Both were found on the western coast of Norway.

A Torn Fu d2 portable radio found in Norway. Notice the camouflaged cover.

The Torn Fu d2 radio/transceiver in front.

A Torn Fu b1 portable radio found in Norway. Notice the hole box is camouflaged in the early Reichswehr ccamo pattern.

The Torn Fu b1 radio/transceiver in front.

An artillery (kartuchen) crate painted in the classical Reichswehr camouflage pattern. Notice almost the same colors on the M40 helmet on top.

The same crate as above. The letters means: 10 cm for WW1 field gun K17/04. The 10 cm K 17/04 was primarly used on coastal forts on Norway's long coast by the Germans troops 1940-45.

MP38/40 pouches

MG34 ammo box made of aluminum, dated 1938. The red cross means incendiary 7.92 ammo for among other things, AA purpose.

Ammo box with a 7.92 ammo belt (dud cartridges)