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WW1 / WW2 Pattern Pistol Lanyard.
A good clean light khaki example.
Code: 52241Price: 30.00 GBP
WW1 1908 Pattern Webbing "Walking Out" Belt.
A very good example. This is not a converted example.
Code: 52405Price: 40.00 GBP
WW1 Royal Navy 1914 "Handbook Naval Cookery"
An interesting and rare book. Some service wear. GC.
Code: 52407Price: 25.00 GBP
WW1 1917 War Department Confidential Booklet Prevention of Espionage.
This rare booklet was published April 1917 and covers four pages, and covers. Slight age wear GC.
Code: 52261Price: 45.00 GBP
WW1 1914 British Army Issue Binoculars.
A scarce early Great War pair of Binoculars by Carl Zeiss. Both the binoculars and leather case with clear 1914 issue date. Overall GC leather case complete with strap.
Code: 50130Price: 120.00 GBP
WW1 1917 1903 Pattern Economy webbing Waist Belt
A very good example, unblancoed with clear makers stamp of "ME Co 1917" Retaining brass furniture.
Code: 51132Price: 75.00 GBP
WW1 Attributed 9th Bn Worcestershire Regiment Brodie Steel Helmet with Original Cover & Unit Marked Neck Flap
An extremely rare and sleepy combination, which remains as originally worn. The Brodie helmet is fitted with the WD issue pattern KD quartered helmet cover and retains the issue pattern matching neck flap. This is painted with a large green triangle. The interior retains the oilcloth lining but felt pad is now absent. The chinstrap is also no longer present. The cover remains in good condition with some rust staining. Examining the cover it appears to have never been removed from the helmet A superb combination.
I have attributed this helmet to the 9th Bn Worcestershire Regiment ..... Pamphlet shows illustration A green triangle worn by the 9th Bn He notes worn on both side of the helmet. I presume he reverse to the sun helmet, it seems logical that the 9th would carry this to be worn on the helmet, the neck flap seems logical for quick recognition. The 9th saw action at Gallipoli and throughout the war served in Egypt.
Code: 52332Price: 2600.00 GBP
WW1 Circa 1915 British Army Issue Gas Goggles.
A good and very rare pair of Gas Goggles introduced in May 1915. This pair retain sponge eye padding and original elasticated strap, with hook and eye adjustment. Small amount of age wear see photographs. GC.
Code: 52387Price: 1650.00 GBP
WW1 1915 Dated Royal Engineers 1902 Pattern Other Ranks Tunic.
A superb and very rare early Great War example, worn by a Staff Sergeant of the Royal Engineers. Complete with RE titles and to each arm Sergeant Chevrons, flaming grenade and crown. The interior retaining original paper label for Joshua ? & Sons Ltd of Stockport 1915. Also with the scarce early feature of glazed cotton reinforcements to the interior. No moth damage near VGC.
Code: 52253Price: 1650.00 GBP
WW1 1914 Leather Equipment.
A rare composite set of original items. The main body appears to remain as worn comprising as a set: Belt, pair of pouches, bayonet frog and water bottle (with WW1 Bottle) all these have matching issue stamps, when re-issued to an OTC unit. Full stamping is “TC OTC”. The brace straps are original and are matched. The large pack is the rare 1914 pattern with leather flap straps and buckets and has been officially converted with web rear attachment straps. The pack with issue stamp “3 OX” and also a name A.H. Moxey.
I have left all leather work as I acquired it. Displays well and is a good representation. The overall condition is good the leather remains supple.
Code: 51543Price: 3750.00 GBP
WW1 British Army 1914 Pattern Equipment Side Bag.
A very rare example of the third pattern side bag, tailored with web straps. Complete with side buckles for attachment. To the inside flap a clear maker's stamp and 1916 date. The rear straps have been removed during its working life otherwise VGC.
Code: 52353Price: 600.00 GBP
WW1 Imperial German ORIGINAL Trench Fighting Club.
A scarce original example, described by the Imperial War Museum as a German example. Turned wood, mounted with studs and weighted with lead. Narrowing section towards the ring turned grip. VGC untouched condition.
The Imperial War Museum hold a similar example in their collection.
Code: 52259Price: 650.00 GBP
WW1 1918 Cavalry Horse Feed Bag.
A very rare and very good example, retaining strap and original string pull. Clear 1918 and WD issue stamps, also makers details. Unissued condition.
WW1 Army Service Corps Officer's Field Use Cuff Rank Tunic.
A scarce heavy weight example, tailored by Burberry. Complete with bronze ASC collar badges, regimental buttons, Lieutenant rank lace and Stars to the cuff. The interior is tailored with a field dressing pocket and retains original cloth to be used when worn with the collar up. Minor age wear, retains a good colour and shape.
The heavy weight of the tunic is typical of those worn in the front line trenches. This represents a very good example of the type.
Code: 50779Price: 875.00 GBP
WW1 British Army Three Overseas Service Chevrons.
Moth nips to edge.
Code: 52229Price: 15.00 GBP
WW1 Imperial German Other Rank's 57th Artillery Shoulder Strap.
A good example
WW1 / WW2 British Army Officer's Whistle Lanyard.
A good clean example, with brass spring clip. VGC. Fitted with a thunder pattern pea whistle.
Code: 52216Price: 30.00 GBP
WW1 Pattern British Army Sergeant Chevrons.
A good unworn matching pair. VGC.
WW1 Princess Mary Gift Tin.
This example remains in untouched condition with age wear and damage. ... Accompanied by a 1914/15 Star uniform ribbon bar.
WW1 Princess Mary Christmas 1914 Gift Fund Pencil Army Navy.
A good condition ORIGINAL scarce First World War '1914 Princess Mary Gift Fund bullet pencil'; the brass case engraved with Princess Mary's Cypher and stamped to the base CAC CVI, complete with silvered bullet head and complete with lead pencil. Very good condition, no dents splits or cracks.
Code: 51870Price: 90.00 GBP
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