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  • ****COPY/REPLACEMENT ITEM****1908 WEBBING HELVE HOLDER

    This is a copy/replacement 1908 pattern webbing ‘helve holder’. As copies of this piece of equipment go, its a pretty good example, being the correct size. It is priced ‘as what it is’, a none original item, and its offered for sale simply because originals are a very hard commodity to now find. It could serve a purpose, as a stop gap until an original can be found,

    £48.00
  • WW1 BRITISH .455 LEATHER AMMUNITION HOLSTER FOR 1908 PATTERN WEBBING

    A very nice condition, un-marked or dated, leather ammunition pouch used in conjunction with 1908 pattern webbing. Used in the main by machine gun and tank crews as well as Flying Corps air crew. Leather is supple and serviceable. Both brass fitting loops present. Becoming as with much of this type of equipment, hard to now find!

  • BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER TABLE WEAR BUTTER DISH

    Bairnsfather Ware ‘Grimwade’s’ ‘Old Bill’ butter dish & cover, with a royal crest ! An excellent overall condition, piece of ‘Old Bill’ ware. Transfer images are the same all round and are entitled ‘Well if you knows of a better ‘ole go to it’. Subject transfers are in excellent damage free condition. Underside of dish cover with Grimwade maker details. Very slight age crazing to the surfaces as is common

    £185.00
  • BRUCE BAIRNSFATHER TABLE WEAR WATER JUG

    A ‘less common’ piece of Bairnsfather table wear being a water jug. Two scenes ‘Keep yer’ead still or I’ll ave yer blinking ear off’ and ‘Well Alfred ‘ow are the cakes’ are in very good condition, with only very minor scuffing. No chipping, but with a small hair-line crack, (see images). Impressed marking to the jug base. Excellent overall condition!  

    £55.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1915 DATED GALVANOMETER

    A superbly made piece of electrical scientific equipment as used by engineering troops to check the flow of electric current....important in the installation of communication and detonation lines. This ‘shouts’ quality manufacture per the period. Dial front plate with maker details and date 1915. (This is a heavy item, subject to postal charge adjustment).

    £125.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL MARINE OWNER MADE ‘TRINKET BOX’ AND PARTIAL CONTENT

    Something of a pre, WW1 and post WW1 time capsule. A wooden (owner made) trinket box, decorated with Royal Marine ‘symbols’ and owner memorabilia, to include a brass name plate (see images). The lid is engraved with the RM cap badge and Union flags (now faded). The lid interior is superbly decorated with with owner photo postcards, and RM ‘symbolism’ (see images). The box contains 21 photo post cards

  • WW1 BRITISH LORD DERBY SCHEME ‘UNIFORM’ ARMBAND (2)

    A clean, damage free (with slight moth) khaki wool armband with red crown. Interior with waxed cotton liner, carry usual issue marking. Tin buttons have been replaced with press stud poppers. Something of an iconic early war ‘uniform’ item, being in place of an actual issued uniform due to cloth shortages !

    £45.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG MADE FROM A VICTORIAN SHILLING (HANTS RE INTEREST)

    A very nicely made, (professionally I would say) wrist ID tag, as worn by a Sergeant Major in the Hants R.E. Superb engraving ! Worthy of further research.

    £75.00
  • WW2 ALLIED CZECHOSLOVAKIAN 1st INDEPENDENT ARMOURED BRIGADE BATTLEDRESS TUNIC

    A superb untouched 1940 pattern battledress top as worn by a sergeant of the 1st Independent Armoured Brigade. Both upper sleeves with National titles and the formation sign of the Armoured Brigade. Shoulder straps are bordered in crimson with crimson bars with the rank ‘pips’ attached. (One detached rank ‘pip’ was in one of the breast pockets which I have reaffirmed in place). To the left breast Czech

  • WW1 BRITISH 1914 LEATHER EQUIPMENT BAYONET FROG (2)

    A super ‘lightly used’ bayonet frog for the 1914 leather equipment. Leather is supple, and now appearing as the more usual darker ‘look’ which this equipment takes on due to use. Reverse with stamp markings. No visible date. Nice looking item !

  • WW1 BRITISH 1914 LEATHER EQUIPMENT BAYONET FROG (1)

    A mint un-issued/un-used leather frog for the 1914 leather equipment. Leather is slightly grubby due to storage, but is however showing in its original ‘light tan’ look. Leather is supple and strong (not at all brittle). Double WD arrow to frog reverse. No visible date. A good start point for a 1914 leather equipment build ?

  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER (PRIVATE PURCHASE) ANKLE BOOTS

    A superb pair of period, hand made, heavy field duty ankle boots. Quality boots that have had field use and as such show the appropriate wear. Soles with heavy duty steel studs, a couple of which are now absent. The leather laces have the added touch of having anti-fray steel ends (see images). The leather is of a very ‘heavy weight’ and as such the boots are heavy. The leather

    £550.00