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MONS MILITARY ANTIQUES NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS

Mons Military Antiques e-mail address will be changing in the next few weeks.
The new address is operative and I would prefer it used to my old address. Their will be a change over period, with my old address eventually becoming defunct......
NEW E-MAIL

monsmilant@btinternet.com

Code: 107417Price: On Request


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Mons' :- Autumn 2018

Autumn 2018
Mons Military Antiques adds to its site sales pages, (in the main) a diverse range of 1914 - 1945 military antiques and collectables, where all spend capabilities are catered for; allowing beginners as well as advanced collectors to enjoy listed items.
I have over the past months been on many trips within the UK and Europe viewing and buying in stock; this continues to be the case!
Not all Mons’ stocked items are detailed/site listed. I have many items in stock awaiting listing.
All listed items are available for immediate purchase un-like the current ‘fashion’ for buying at auction. Prices again un-like auction houses, are as stated and are without expensive buyer premiums and VAT on the buyer premiums.
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 always 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').
The long, on-going ‘house-keeping chores' I have started regarding the site itself and stocked items seems to be a never ending task and coming a poor third in order of preference too site listing and stock purchasing.
My social media pages are used to give a 'heads up' and prior warning on some future listings, so my Face-Book, Twitter & Instagram pages are worth a look.
My LI page tries to promote the need to value our uniformed services and medical personnel.

Mons Military Antiques can be followed via ‘Twitter', search Richard Archer, on ‘Instagram’ search Mons Military Antiques and Face book search Mons Military Antiques....

....'Busy times (as ever), and much too do’,....please remember its only me doing it all!

'Looking forward to hearing from you soon' !

Best regards....Richard

Code: 107416Price: On Request


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IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO/POSTCARD RESERVE INFANTRY REGIMENT

A superb image of a reserve 29th Infantry Regiment rifleman, field taken ‘out of the line’.
Clean uniform suggesting the image is taken before field service.
A classic look complete with pickelhaube numbered field cover.
Super image !

Code: 107415Price: 20.00 GBP


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IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO/POSTCARD UNIFORM STUDY (1)

A good field ‘out of the line’ study of an infantryman as he. Would have embarked to the front.
Clean uniform and equipment, indicating an image prior to field service.
Postally used and dated November 1915.
Super uniform detail.

Code: 107414Price: 15.00 GBP


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IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO/POSTCARD GROUP IMAGE 65th INFANRTY REGIMENT

A super group image of a number of 65th Infantry Regt. men, probably just prior to embarkation.
Very good portrayal of how new recruits would have entered ‘the line’ nd their appearance prior to time spent at the front.
Sadly with creasing throughout.
Postally used and dated September 1915.

Code: 107413Price: 15.00 GBP


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IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO/POSTCARD 28TH INFANTRY REGT. INTEREST

A field taken (out of the lines) image of two infantrymen of the 28th Infantry Regiment.
Good uniform study, showing ‘the look’ as seen at the front.
Postally used and dated December 1915.
The photographic exposure is a little dark.

Code: 107412Price: 12.00 GBP


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IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO/POSTCARD OFFICER PORTRATE

A field taken image of an officer wearing a great coat.
Unable to unit identify.
Good image of how a field officer ‘looked’.
Postally Um-used.

Code: 107411Price: 8.00 GBP


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MONS MILITARY ANTIQUES NEW E-MAIL ADDRESS

Mons Military Antiques e-mail address will be changing in the next few weeks.
The new address is operative and I would prefer it used to my old address. Their will be a change over period, with my old address eventually becoming defunct......
NEW E-MAIL

monsmilant@btinternet.com

Code: 107410Price: On Request


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WW1 BRITISH ‘B’ PATTERN BRODIE HELMET WITH FORMATION MARKING

Formation marking for the 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment.
A well used/late war re-issued ‘B’ pattern Brodie field service helmet, with blue painted formation markings as detailed above.
The helmet has been period refinished and reissued with the exterior and underside brim refinished.
The helmet rim band is absent giving the appearance of a first pattern helmet. The area where the rim has previously sat is visible when the helmet is viewed closely.
To both side flanks are painted with inverted blue triangles, which are now grubby and with abrasions and rust marking, in keeping with the rest of the helmet.
The liner is in the main present and intact.
The chin strap is broken with the central chin section absent.
Moderate denting to the shell crown with surface rust staining throughout the helmet. Their are a couple of areas where the paint finish is chipped with said areas now again with rusting.
A helmet showing much use, and with much ‘charachter’.

Code: 107408Price: 525.00 GBP


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WW1 FRENCH ‘ADRIAN’ FIELD SERVICE ‘ENGINEERS’ HELMET

A well used ‘Adrian’ pattern helmet as used by a French Engineer.
Most exterior & interior finish is either lost or now very dark due to I use and adverse storage for a number of years.
Correct period liner present and in good supple condition.
Chin strap has both left and right segments remaining, with the centre chin section absent.
The shell is damage and dent free.
Helmet would rate for overall condition 6/10.

Code: 107407Price: 135.00 GBP

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