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Cadestin Michel (1942) / Airborne :  2 fauteuils,

Lot 27: Cadestin Michel (1942) / Airborne : 2 fauteuils,

by Salle de Ventes Saint-Job

March 30, 2015, 7:30 PM CET

Uccle, Belgium

Estimated Price: €2,800 - €3,500

Description: Cadestin Michel (1942) / Airborne : 2 fauteuils, modèle Yoga design vers 1970, coque en polyestère renforcée de fibres de verre, laquée blanc, garnie de mousse et recouvert de cuir noir, piètement sur disque avec roulement à billes, plus édité. Etat d'origine proche du neuf

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Vintage Naval Military Canvas Bag

Lot 812: Vintage Naval Military Canvas Bag

by Showtime Auction Services

April 11, 2015, 9:00 AM EST

Ann Arbor, MI, USA

Estimated Price: $250 - $500

Description: Vintage Naval Military Canvas Bag. Korean War era with hand painted pin-up art. Steve Richard Jaros, Chicago, Illinois. 11th Airborne Division-Hachinone, Japan. Well worn condition. 24 X 16 X 6 inches closed.

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Lot 60: American "BC-348-R" Receiver for Airborne Use, 1944

by Auction Team Breker

April 18, 2015, 10:00 AM CET

50997 Köln , Germany

Estimated Price: €300 - €500

Description: No. 125, different manufacturers, 8 valves, 0,2-18 MHz in 6 ranges, battery, metal case, 18 in. wide. Amerikanischer Flugzeugempfänger "BC-348-R", 1944 Nr. 125, verschiedene Hersteller, 8 Röhren, Metallgehäuse, 0,2 bis 18 MHz in 6 Wellenbereichen, Batterie, Gehäusebreite 46 cm.

Condition Report: (2-3/-)

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Olivier Mourgue, Fivepart Seating Group 'Joker', France, 1960

Lot 101: Olivier Mourgue, Fivepart Seating Group 'Joker', France, 1960

by Auctionata AG

April 23, 2015, 2:00 PM CET

Berlin, Germany

Estimated Price: €960 - €1,200

Description: Chromed spring steel, black artificial leather, foam France, 1960Design: Olivier Mourgue (b. 1939) - French designer Manufacturer: Airborne InternationalFivepart seating group, composed of 1 bench, 1 chair and 2 armchairs Spring steel corpuses with rivet heads Black artificial leather upholstery belted at the backHeight: each 67 cm; seat height: each 42 cm Width: 60 to 76.6 cm Good condition The present seating group was designed by the French designer Olivier Mourgue and has been manufactured by Airborne International. The fivepart ensemble is composed of a bench, a chair and two armchairs. The spring steel corpuses are accentuated by rivet heads. The upholstery is made of black artificial leather which is stitched in squares and filled with foam. The seats are belted with black straps from behind.The seating group is in good condition considering its age. The chromed steel surfaces are affected by light flash rust. The black straps are slightly to severely torn. The artificial leather surfaces are a bit rubbed along the edges and minimally torn in parts. The chairs as well as the bench measure 67 cm in height and the widths measure vary 60 and 76.6 cm.Olivier Mourgue (b. 1939)Olivier Mourgue was born in Paris in 1939. He studied interior design at the École Boulle as well as at the École Nationale Superieure des Arts Decoratifs in Paris. Since 1963, he works for the French companyAirborne International. In 1965, he experienced his international breakthrough with his design of the so called 'Djinn Chair', presented in the film 'Space Odysse' worldwide. Besides, Mourgue was commissioned by clients such as Bayer AG Deutschland and Renault. In 1976, Mourgue moved to Brittany, where he has become active as a professor at the Art Academy in Brest. (cbo) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Historic Documented Factory Engraved World War II Nazi SS Presentation Double Barrel Shotgun with Heinrich Himmler Inscription

Lot 3321: Historic Documented Factory Engraved World War II Nazi SS Presentation Double Barrel Shotgun with Heinrich Himmler Inscription

by Rock Island Auction Company

April 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $25,000 - $50,000

Description: Historic Documented Factory Engraved World War II Nazi SS Presentation Double Barrel Shotgun with Heinrich Himmler Inscription This shotgun is inscribed to Hitler's Chief of the Gestapo, Heinrich Himmler and is documented as being captured by an American soldier, Alfred A. Pedroni. Pedroni was a member of the 101st Airborne Division which occupied Hitler's mountain home in Berchtesgaden. While at the home Pedroni noticed fresh plaster on a wall and cut into it with his knife. In the wall he found this shotgun which bears Himmlers name engraved on it. The left rear barrel is engraved "Dem Scharfschutzen" (Sharp Shooter) and "H Himmler" much in the style found on the party daggers. The top of the solid matte rib is marked "ARMES JACQUEMART HERSTAL". The matching serial number is marked on the water table, barrels and forearm hardware. The water table and barrel flats are marked with various Belgium proof marks. Engraved bands around the breech end of the barrels and light floral designs on the action. Single brass bead sight, 2 3/4 inch chambers, the barrels gauge at modified/modified with extractor. Casehardened action, blue remaining parts, double triggers, tang mounted automatic safety, and mounted with a multi-point checkered walnut forearm and round knob pistol grip stock with a cheek piece and checkered horn buttplate. The shotgun comes with a notarized letter stating that this shotgun was found in a wall at Hitler's mountain home in Berchtesgaden and brought back to the U.S. by Alfred A. Pedroni, a copy of a newspaper article from the Redding Record Searchlight newspaper with an article about Cpl. Pedroni being honorably discharged and about him bringing back three rifles, three pistols and the Himmler shotgun, a copy of a Certificate Of Appreciation from the society of Dutch Airborne Friends to Alfred Pedroni and copies of several letters written by Mr. Pedroni during WWII. Manufacturer: Jacquemart Model: Double Barrel BBL: 27 1/2 inch solid rib Stock: walnut Gauge: 16 Finish: blue/casehardened Grips: Serial Number: 1103 Class: Curio & Relic Long Gun Condition: Excellent. The barrels retain 98% original blue finish with some thinning on the breech end and some light spotting on the left barrel near the muzzle. The trigger guard shows some wear, thinning and a few minor dings. The action retains 90% original bright case colors with some edge wear, thinning and some light spotting. The wood is also very fine. The sling swivel on the stock has been removed and the hole has been filled. Overall the wood shows a few minor dings and scratches, and crisp checkering. The markings remain sharp. Mechanically excellent. An extraordinary Heinrich Himmler SS presentation shotgun with solid documentation.

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Documented Historic Brigadier General Issued Rock Island Arsenal M15 General Officer's Pistol with Paperwork, Display Case, General Officer's Belt, Holsters and Spare Magazine

Lot 3490: Documented Historic Brigadier General Issued Rock Island Arsenal M15 General Officer's Pistol with Paperwork, Display Case, General Officer's Belt, Holsters and Spare Magazine

by Rock Island Auction Company

April 26, 2015, 9:00 AM CST

Rock Island, IL, USA

Estimated Price: $4,000 - $7,000

Description: Documented Historic Brigadier General Issued Rock Island Arsenal M15 General Officer's Pistol with Paperwork, Display Case, General Officer's Belt, Holsters and Spare Magazine This is an excellent example of a U.S. Army M15 General Officer pistol complete with the General Officer's issue leather holster, magazine pouch, two M1911A1 magazines and cleaning equipment issued to a later Two Star General in 1980. These M15 pistols were manufactured by Rock Island Arsenal starting in the early 1970s through approximately 1985 when the US Army adopted the Beretta M9 pistol. They were manufactured by using a standard M1911A1 pistol, milling off old markings and then applying the new M15 markings; shortening the slide and barrel assembly to 4 1/4 inches and installing high profile sights. The left side of the slide is marked: "General Officer Model/RIA", and the right side of the frame is marked "Serial No. GO 251" above the grips. The grips are checkered walnut, and the right side is inlaid with a cast RIA Ordnance Corp emblem that consists of the "crossed-cannons" surrounded with a leather belt insignia that has "ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL" on the belt and the "Shell/Flame" and "Ordnance Bomb" at the top. The pistol has a highly polished blue finish on all the parts aside from the chrome plated barrel and the small silver name plate inset in the left grip. The magazines also have polished blue floor plates and are electro-penciled with the matching serial number on the lower left side. This specific M15 General Officer Pistol is listed in "The Colt U.S. General Officers' Pistol" by Horace Greeley IV p. 149 and is identified as having been issued in January of 1974. The included DD form 444, Inventory Adjustment Report from Rock Island Arsenal lists it as issued in January 1980. The General who owned this pistol wished to remain anonymous but did include a listing of his accomplishments. He served in WWII in the 100th Infantry Div, 399th Infantry Regiment. His awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, the Bronze Star, Combat Infantry Badge and Good Conduct Medal. He attended the Advanced Infantry School, Airborne School, Mountain Climbing School and the Command & General Staff College. This wonderful pistol includes a custom wood case hand crafted by the General with a plaque, the General's silver two star lapel pin, custom made general officer's belt, an open-top black leather holster with single strap marked on the back "BUCHEIMER, VALENCIA CALIF/CLARK, B16-74", a black leather double magazine pouch with brass fittings marked on the back: "U.S./DSA-100-69-C-1614", a steel and aluminum pistol cleaning rod, bore brush, cleaning patches, two bottles of LSA weapon oil and a bottle of bore cleaner. It also includes a set of stag/bone grips and one Bianchi M66 black leather holster with a reversible/detachable flap to accommodate the left handed General. Manufacturer: Rock Island Arsenal Model: M15 BBL: 4 1/4 inch round Stock: Gauge: 45 ACP Finish: blue Grips: walnut Serial Number: GO251 Class: Modern Handgun Condition: Excellent with 99% of the original arsenal blue finish overall with a hint of edge wear. The grips are also in excellent condition. The holsters, accessories and storage case are also all in excellent condition. This is an exceptional General Officer's M15 pistol complete with holsters and accessories.

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