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Mons :- Spring 2019
Please make sure my new e-mail address (detailed below) is entered into your own address book. My old address is now none functional:-
NEW WEB SITE UPDATE
New site news; not a great deal to add at present. The layouts are all done, as is how the site will work; quite nice looking (if I say so myself) with ease of use a top priority.
Its not produced from a template, its within certain parameters unique, hence its taking a little time to put together.
It will be instantly recognisable at a glance (to old friends and clients alike) as Mons Military Antiques, as my company colours and old site home page images have been incorporated into the new home page design.
As my new site is NOT a Concept500 site I may NOT be able to stay on Militaria Mart, the directory that accompanies Concept500 sites. Please therefore be prepared to store my new site details as an ‘individual favourite’ on your computer.
or simply search Mons Military Antiques, as it will be fully search friendly, to include mobile phones.
General notice :-
Mons Military Antiques adds to its site sales pages, a diverse range of 1914 - 1945 military antiques and collectables (with peripheral items included).
All spend capabilities are catered for; allowing beginners as well as advanced collectors to ‘enjoy’ listed items.
Not all Mons’ stocked items are detailed/site listed.
All listed items are available for immediate purchase, with no additional charges (other than post), and are covered by a ‘genuine’ guarantee.
Mons’ also offers easy payment plans on multi buys and the more expensive
items, making an addition to your collection as easy as possible.
Mons' is happy to receive the offer of surplus to collection items, either as part exchanges or direct purchase. (As long as a seller is happy/can comply with my buy in regime, see terms 'Buying In').
‘House-keeping (site & stock) chores' keep me always busy, a never ending task it would seem.
My social media pages are used to give a 'heads up' and prior warning on some future listings and general site activity (especially at present ‘New-site’ information), so my Face-Book, Instagram & Twitter pages might be worth a peek.
(I do not discuss business matters via SM under any circumstances).
My ‘Linked In’ page tries to promote the need to value our uniformed services military/civilian and medical personnel, rather than sales promotion.
‘Busy, busy times (as ever), and much too do’,....please remember its only me doing it all !
Code: 107611Price: On Request
PRE WW2 BRITISH THEATRE MADE ROYAL ENGINEER’S OFFICER SERVICE DRESS CAP
A very nice, well made, threaten made, pre war Royal Engineers officer service dress cap.
Excellent overall, moth and damage free condition.
The interior leather head band has a small area of stitching perishing, other wise excellent.
Good maker diamond.
The cap badge and chin band buttons are KIng George V & I would say the the cap badge is also theatre made as well, rather than a ‘home’ manufactured badge.
A very nice quality item, given that its theatre made.
WW1 BRITISH DATED & WD MARKED INFANTRY MESS TIN
A very clean, damage free infantry pattern mess tin, with front and rear strap loops and 1918 date aWD board arrow marking.
Good finish overall remaining.
A hard item to now find with date and WD marking.
Code: 107608Price: 185.00 GBP
WW1 BRITISH WATER BOTTLE (WITH LEATHER CRADLE)
An untouched example of a WW1 Water bottle as used with a leather/canvas sling, with 1908 pattern webbing and 1914 pattern leather equipment.
Heavy felt wool cover with one area of moth (see images).
Original store still attached via a small cord to the wool cover.
This example is with a leather cradle that is maker marked and dated 1917.
Hard to find now in this complete condition.
Code: 107607Price: 155.00 GBP
WW1 BRITISH FLUTE WHISTLE SAM BROWN HOLSTER
A hard to find ‘holster’ for the flute whistle as used with Sam Brown leather equipment.
A detachable small holster for a Hudson type whistle, worn on the upper shoulder cross strap.
Good sound condition, with some age cracking to the leather surface only.
Code: 107606Price: 65.00 GBP
ALLIED (PRIVATELY TAKEN) IMAGES of GENERAL JOHANNES BLASKOWITZ SURRENDER PARTY HOLLAND 1945
A group of four images of General Johannes Blaskowitz surrender party (5th May 1945) arriving/leaving proceedings to surrender all German forces in Holland.
Privately taken images (I believe unpublished), all 9.5 X 6.5 cms in good damage free condition. Two with pencilled detail to reverse.
THIRD REICH GERMAN NSKK (2ND PATTERN) CRASH HELMET EAGLE
A very good, used example of the II pattern NSKK leather crash helmet eagle.
50% silver finish reaming to the eagle. Balck swastika and NSKK lettering.
Reverse missing its fitting pins, but with good clear maker and RZM details.
‘Nice looking’ item.
‘Veteran pick-up’ !
THIRD REICH GERMAN SA SPORTS BADGE IN SILVER
A much harder to find SA sports badge in silver.
War time produced badge in steel with silver wash.
Silver wash 50% present to obverse.
Reverse un-numbered as is common for the vintage.
SA legend/details to reverse,
Slight bend to the sword tip
THIRD REICH GERMAN SA SPORTS BADGE IN BRONZE (2)
Wartime produced SA sports badge in bronze.
Steel produced badge with ‘bronze’ wash, the obverse wash being 80% plus present.
Reverse un-numbered as is common to the vintage, with SA legend/details to reverse.
Flat pin fitting and hook in good strong condition.
Code: 107600Price: 70.00 GBP
THIRD REICH GERMAN HITLER YOUTH MEMBER ARMBAND
An early, multi-piece construction Hitler youth armband.
Woven swastika, on white square cotton backing.
Red cotton band with bevo woven white centre band.
Damage free condition, slightly grubby, damage free.
Code: 107599Price: 125.00 GBP
A Concept500 Special