A hardcover edition book written by Mark C Yerger detailing the structure of the Waffen SS.
Stamped from sheet metal, the M16 helmet retains little original paint having been reissued twice. The top coat appears to be very late-war, likely 1945 (sloppy application).
Worn from 1880 to 1888 the 2nd Midlothian & Peebles wore the cap badge of St. Andrew and the cross.
An unframed 3rd Royal Canadian Regiment photograph measuring approximately 8.5 by 7 inches.
An unframed Royal Canadian Regiment photograph copy measuring approximately 9 by 6.5 inches.
Records show a Sylvester P. Slade who had voluntarily enlisted in just outside of Syracuse NY. in Baldwinsville on August 24th 1861. Sylvester re-enlisted on December 25th 1963 and would see out his entire service with the 1st Regiment New York Light Artillery (Battery B).
Though the cap badge is missing, remains of patina suggest a rounded badge with kings crown.
Mint condition 3rd printing of Ken Niewiarowicz's highly coveted and out of print book "Germany's Combat Helmets 1933-1945". Still sealed in its original wrapping, the book is the most extensive reference material for German helmet collecting to date.
Purchased directly from family, the belt is named to E. J. McIntosh of Guelph, a graduate nurse who enlisted in the Nursing Sisters July of 1918 serving until June of 1919.
To the interior of the balmoral is a King George VI dated William Anderson & Sons manufacturers tag, the "Lochan" tag with colour below suggesting post Second World War issue.
The badge features the iconic eagle above the unit numerals, the reverse of the badge features both lugs intact and a cotter pin.
Dated pre-World War Two 1937 and 1941 respectively, both albums feature 40 photographs depicting heavy weapon training and general horseplay between United States soldiers.