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    #31
    Originally posted by norwegian View Post
    hi ,i just wonder how much i would have to pay for a mask like that,i kind of getting more and more interested in luftwaffe flight equipment.
    best regards
    G

    Any Luftwaffe O2 mask with original straps/parts, in good condition, will be in the $1500 - Infinity price range. I know of a 10-69 that sold for $5500.

    Regards,
    Last edited by mjfur; 12-05-2007, 03:41 PM.

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      #32
      yes it does,it confirms that my bank account isen't big enough yet,but i can reduce my meals for a while ,and then mayby i can afford it in about a decade
      :-) best regards and thanks for taking the time to answer me.
      G

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        #33
        Originally posted by Jos Le Conté View Post
        Theo, the springclamp you're showing is a good one, probably grounddug and restored a bit..

        As a note I'll say that you/we'll never find original straps for the mask, not for the bomber, nor for the fighter..
        Only thing left are some parts, but the straps are all fake or made outoff gasmask straps etc..
        If you ever decide to buy a found/grounddug mask you'll have to keep in mind that it'll take quite some work to fix it and/or to find the proper parts.

        There's a guy or maybe more on Ebay who sell fixed masks and they're quite nice.. Ofcourse these masks have fake clamp, fake straps, fake BAL stamp and fake faceflap The straps for the fightermasks are Czech made and made rather well.


        Jos.
        Jos tell me more! I could use this source! Is there a web site?
        I have a restoration project Oxygen mask (ground dug from night fighter base Deelen in Holland) which needs straps and a hose clamp.

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          #34
          here's a picture...
          My pilot impression now has an oxygen mask... (1) albeit a fixer-upper.
          Better than nothing.... This one was recovered in the 1990's from a
          dump (garbage) pit at LW Nightfighter base Deelen (Arnhem) in Holland.

          The bakelite flashlight (torch) (2) hanging from the neck, was intended to be strapped to the pilot's forehead as a map reading device.
          This rare (night fighter pilot) item was recovered from a crashed ME110.
          Attached Files

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            #35
            Oxygen mask photos

            Hi there,

            There are several wartime photos of LW pilots with oxygen masks but also photos of a oxygen mask 10-67 in a collection today here.

            Cheers,
            Roger

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              #36
              Oberleutnant Wilhelm Hofmann

              Pierre
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                #37
                Opinions on this mask, please?
                (Thanks in advance.)

                http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWNX:IT

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by tally ho View Post
                  Opinions on this mask, please?
                  (Thanks in advance.)

                  http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...=STRK:MEWNX:IT

                  Restored mask. This BAL stamp seems to be the new fashion on eBan.

                  Pierre

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                    #39
                    other pics available on
                    http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/foru...11#post3726411
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                    LOOKING FOR - FJ STURM REGIMENT - BADGE

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                      #40
                      here is my bomberpilot... missing the belt ( incomming in mail soon ) and parachute ( also incomming soon..i hope..working on a trade )




                      Last edited by junkers88a1; 07-20-2010, 04:36 PM.

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                        #41
                        some problems with photobucket..will get back stronger..

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                          #42
                          Hello all,

                          Although the last response in this topic was a very long time ago, I just wanted to share the photograph below.

                          With kind regards,

                          Koen.

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                            #43
                            Rudolf Opitz, Me-163 Komet.



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