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WW1 Dorset Regiment Denim Trench Cap.

A superb example, that remains in outstanding condition. Retaining Dorset Regiment Cap badge and thin brown leather chinstrap. The interior with full black oilskin lining, bearing WD issue stamp.. No damage to denim.

Code: 51993Price: 420.00 GBP

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RAF Cold War Period Oxygen Tube & Clip.

A good clean display item. Please note small amount of splitting as photograph. Remains firm and supple tube.

Code: 51994Price:

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RAF Cold War Period Aircrew Cable Extension.

A good clean example.

Code: 51992Price: 15.00 GBP

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Post WW2 Aircrew Throat Mike For RAF Flying Helmet.

A rare and unusual example of grey material, with electrics that will plug into a RAF flying helmet electrics. Good clean condition.

Code: 51995Price: 25.00 GBP

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1947-53 Royal Electrical & Mechanical Engineers REME Cap Badge

Complete with slider with makers details of J.R. Gaunt London.

Code: 51989Price: 10.00 GBP

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WW2 "LDV" Local Defence Volunteers Part Armband.

An early example of the type, Black letters printed onto a light coloured cotton cloth.

Code: 51984Price: 30.00 GBP

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Mid WW2 RAF Coastal Command Personalized Irvin Flying Jacket.

A rare personalized example of the "Hooded" Irvin Flying Jacket. This example is probably mid to late war with a four panel back. The lower section of the back is decorated with a yellow outline of a Lancaster Bomber and to the shoulder two yellow bombs. To the front left breast is painted the name "Bristol". Complete with all original working zips and original belt. Small amount of working wear and age wear. GC Leather supple.

Code: 50267Price: 600.00 GBP

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WW1 1918 Unusual Red Cross Army Band.

A very good and rare example, the arm band is the French pattern, with British "Army Medical Service" stamps. Also with the date 3rd October 1918. Good clean condition no damage.

Code: 51648Price: 90.00 GBP

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WW1 British Trench Lantern.

A scarce round metal example, retaining original oval 1916 date plate. The metal with rust pitting and now with a dark finish. Complete with caring handle. GC.

Code: 51719Price: 150.00 GBP

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WW1 Suffolk Regiment / City of London Army Cadet Force Long Service Group of Medals.

Awarded to Captain William R Q Harries, who served during the Great War with the Suffolk Regiment and was later commissioned into the Army Cadet Force, retiring with the rank of Captain. Comprising: British War Medal, Victory Medal, (63176 Pte W R Q Harries Suff R), Defence Medal, War Medal (engraved Sgt W R Q Harries), Cadet Forces Medal (GVIR), (Lt W R Q Harries) GC mounted as originally worn.

Captain Harries is confirmed as been issued the BWM & VM for service during the Great War. He was awarded the Cadet Forces Medal on the 19th May 1953, then serving with the City of London Army Cadet Force and resigned his commission due to age on the 31st March 1959.

Code: 50208Price: 200.00 GBP

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WW2 German Kriegsmairne Costal Artillery Uncut / Marine Breast Eagle Badges.

A good uncut pair, slight wear.

Code: 51122Price: 90.00 GBP

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WW2 Civil Defence NCC Wardens Armband.

A good example black ink printed onto white, with the addition of four stars (possibly rank). Minor wear GC.

Code: 50228Price: 85.00 GBP

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WW1 2nd Life Guards Group of Four Medals.

Awarded to 3010 TPR A COX 2-L GDS. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, "Tpr 2/L.GDS", British War Medal, Victory Medal, "Tpr 2-L.GDS", Defence Medal. The group remains mounted as originally worn. Some contact marks.

Trooper Arthur Cox landed in France on the 12th August 1915.

Code: 51286Price: 220.00 GBP

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WW1 1st Dragoon Guards Group of Three Medals.

Awarded to 1DG-5861 Pte T.J. Wills 1-D.Gds. Comprising: 1914/15 Star, (Pte 1-D. Gds), British War Medal, Victory Medal, (Pte 1-D.Gds). GC.

Private Thomas J. Wills landed in France on the 15th September 1915.

Code: 51369Price: 150.00 GBP

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RAF Aircrew II 1947-1950 Pair of Rank Badge.

A good and scarce matching pair as worn. Embroidered onto light blue backing. Retaining original paper backing to the reverse GC.

Code: 51365Price: 120.00 GBP

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WW1 1918 West Yorkshire Regiment Denim Tench Cap.

This example complete with West Yorks Cap Badge, correct thin brown leather chinstrap, and GS buttons. The interior with full cotton lining and 1918 issue date. The cap is in sleepy condition, but with frying and storage wear.

Code: 51962Price: 320.00 GBP

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WW1 British Gas Mask Instruction Card

A very good and clean example, retaining repair safety pin and patches.

Code: 51957Price: 65.00 GBP

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WW1 Patten Officer's Campaign Bed.

A good and scarce example, with wood and iron zig zag frame. Complete with original canvass top and iron frame. Overall GC canvass with some field repairs.
Very Heavy Item UK Sale Only.

Code: 51974Price: 150.00 GBP

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Operation “Tidy Up”

Over the weekend Dear Old Blighty has been cleaning up the website, removing all the old stock. Please look through all the pages as new and old stock can be found, with number of new items appearing on page 3 and 4.
We plan to make regular updates to the site through out the week

Code: 51996Price: On Request

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WW1 Attributed Gordon Highlanders 1902 Pattern Doublet Tunic & Tam O'Shanter Hat.

A superb and exceptionally rare example worn by 201498 Lance Corporal James Smith.The 1902 Highland Regiment Tailored doublet (Does not appear to have been converted from lowland pattern) retains Gordon Highlanders buttons and Brass shoulder titles. Each sleeve with Lance Corporal Chevron with a brass grenade above (possibly indicating a Trench Bomber). To the left cuff a good conduct chevron and wound badge, to the right three blue overseas chevrons. Also to each sleeve of two Battalion light blue bars been worn. The interior with correct WD issue stamp and clear pencil regimental number. Fragments of paper issue label indicating made in Leeds and 191? (3 or 8). Remains in good clean fresh condition small moth holes not effecting the appearance. ... Accompanied by a regulation WW1 pattern Tam O'shanter this with clear pencil matching regimental number. Complete with Cap badge. GC
201498 Lance Corporal James Smith is confirmed as being awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.

Code: 50905Price: 1850.00 GBP

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