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Grüß Di' Tom,
I've been reenacting since 1977 when I was a senior in high school. Back in those days, many people were still wearing original...
Yes it is! A very nice looking one. Good rucksacks.
Bergheil und Horrido!
More than likely since I live in the same area! Sometimes I ride around on my 1937 German Masovia Bicycle too.
Frankie Avalon - Why
And here's another vintage anorak from my collection:
Here are some lobby cards from the 1950 film "The White Tower" showing some vintage anoraks:
[IMG]Vintage Mountaineering by Patrick, on Flickr...
These anoraks from Lancashire Pike are marvelous! Though the price is killer. The first one is based on a post-war British Army anorak. The...
Grüß Di' Fastuni,
Drei mal Horrido! Outstanding find in such condition. It would look lovely with my vintage DSV ski cap! I am always looking...
My French 'Sac Lafuma' rucksack (c.1940-50's) out on a little ski tour through the woods in Northern Virginia last winter.
Grüß Di' Reno Kid,
Here's a period Knorr ad from a 1933 Swiss Alpine Club magazine "Die Alpen."
Grüß Di' Fahrradkameraden,
Took a break from my modern mountain bike, and rode in the Washington, DC "Tweed Ride" the first weekend in...
Thanks for the info! I did a little more research into the Torpedo Hubs and it looks like my hubs are post-war from the...
Grüß Di' Giftmacher,
To the best of my knowledge...which isn't much, the Torpedo/Schweinfurt hub is original. "Made in Germany" was used pre-war...
I've been slowing doing some restoration work on my 1937 Masovia Truppenfahrrad:
Civilian mountaineering anorak.
Yes they are a special avalanche/snow shovel for mountain troops. The picture you posted shows the Swiss Alpine Rucksack with the...
Many thanks Scotty. What you are seeing is 30+ years of collecting.
Greetings Mr. Lilleythorpe,
Many thanks for your compliment! Here are a few more:
And here's a bit of my Gebirgsjäger...
Patrick (old picture in the Italian Dolomites)
British Mountain Troops: