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Mayer Antiques

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  1. Hi guys, I hope you and your loved ones are all safe and healthy. I have uploaded to my website items that every militaria enthusiast would love to add to his collection: US made military field binoculars and spotter scopes, a unique and one of a kind Vietnam War era sculpture given as a gift from General Minh of the VNAF to US General Hansen on September 1969, Charles Lindbergh bust sculpture and many other unique items. www.mayerantiques.com ENJOY!
  2. There are many fakes and reproductions in the market. The original ones that can be found are in bad shape and very few have the original leather strap.
  3. Yes I do. I would like to sell it for the right price. It is a one of a kind item as far as I researched.
  4. Original U.S. Navy WW2 KA-BAR marked deep sea diving knife with brass scabbard. The knife has a one side serrated blade and the knife screws into the scabbard. The hilt is wood with a brass pommel. This A standard issue knife for all US World War 2 deep sea divers. This knife is marked as made by Union Cutlery Co. Olean NY. Specifications: Total knife length (not including scabbard): 33 cm Blade length: 18 cm (7 inches) Hilt length: 15 cm (6 inches) Scabbard length: 21.5 cm (8.46 inches) Total length with scabbard: 33.5 cm (13.18 inches)
  5. World War Two USMC Medical Corpsman machete Bolo knife with USMC marked on the blade and scabbard marked: “USMC / BOYT / 44”. The blade is in good condition with some staining and other blemishes due to its age. The Boyt scabbard is in very good condition with some slight normal aging. The machete like bolo knife was used by the Medical Corpsman Marines in the South Pacific as a simple and tough knife for clearing brush and cutting branches to ease the movement of stretchers to and from the battlefields. The simple made design with wood grips riveted to the tang of the wide blade that is f
  6. This is a piece of Alan Shepard memorabilia that is probably a one of a kind plaque, commissioned and presented to astronaut and naval pilot Alan Shepard Jr. for his amazing accomplishment of being the first American and the second human after Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Gagerin to orbit the earth. On May 5, 1961, Shepard piloted the Mercury-Redstone 3 mission and named his spacecraft, Mercury Spacecraft 7, Freedom 7. As a show of appreciation and admiration for his incredible achievement in the height of the Cold War and the start of the space race, the American Legion decided to present Alan She
  7. Hi guys, This is my first post in this forum after joining yesterday. Here is just a taste of my collection and what I offer for sale in my website. This is a collection of five trench art knives from WW1. They consist of American, German, French or Belgium and British soldiers. They are made of artillery shell metal fragments.
  8. Hello from Mayer Antiques & Collectibles. I am a dealer and collector of militaria, edged weapons, military surplus firearms and equipment, sculptures, antiques and unique and hard to find items. I am glad to join this forum. You are all welcome to visit my website at www.mayerantiques.com. I have collected over the years many American items, from commemorative plaques and sculptures to bayonets, swords and more. We are located near Tel-Aviv, Israel and ship worldwide.
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