Showing 1–12 of 83 results

  • WW1 BRITISH BUTTON STICK

    An item that every ‘house wife’ probably would of carried, an essential tool in the polishing of tunic and equipment brass work. Excellent condition, good maker details with a 1922 maker. Later examples became more sophisticated in shape to help with its use.

    £20.00
  • WW2 BRITISH/ALLIED LADIES WRIST WATCH STRAP

    A good damage free, possibly un-issued ladies khaki canvas wrist watch strap. Excellent clean condition, with a small ‘size’ marking to the reverse.

    £30.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL ENGINEER CARRIER PIGEON SERVICE ARCHIVE

    A small archive related to a Sgt serving with the Royal Engineers Carrier Pigeon Service, to consist of :- A workshop made aluminium wrist ID tag on a crude wrist chain. Two family photo postcards with text to reverse. Clothing inventory form. The remains of a letter dated 5/19, stating ‘free from Vermin and Scabies’. A movement order to the Sgt in question dated March 1918

    £250.00
  • BRITISH WW1/WW2 SELF CONTAINED FIELD SERVICE MEDICAL KIT SYRINGE

    A complete self contained medical syringe kit, usually forming part of a larger field kit to include a surgeons tools. Maker marked to the inner under lid and also marked to the Indian Army complete with vials of degenerated period medicines. In the absence of an issue date my guess would be WW1 vintage. Age verification required with this purchase. And for sale to a UK address

    £185.00
  • WW1 1908 PATTERN WEBBING PISTOL EQUIPMENT/RAIDING PARTY ‘RIG’

    A ‘set-up’ found worn by officers and raiding parties. The ‘08 webbing consists of the shoulder braces, belt, bayonet frog and 1914 leather interchangeable (trapezoid side) small pack. Leather work consists of the .455 open top holster, complete with cleaning rod and the ‘D’ shape cartridge pouch, both with 2” brass loop belt fittings. The webbing is a pretty good matched for colour set up, with both

    £485.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1908 WEBBING EQUIPMENT ‘SHOVEL HEAD’ AND HELVE SHAFT

    A very good condition WW1 ‘shovel’ head and handle shaft as carried with 1908 pattern webbing. Steel shovel/digging implement is excellent rust free condition, with a good clear maker mark and date ‘Shillington 1918’ Wooden shaft/handle is in matching, excellent condition, again with a marking which is sadly in-distinct.

    £125.00
  • WW1 BRITISH STANDARD ISSUE NECK, FIBRE ID DISCS

    A standard pair of, as issued neck worn ID discs to a soldier serving with the Notts & Derby Regt. Some slight wear and grubbiness. Held together by their original cord. The individual was not a casualty and was entitled to the the War & victory medals. Sold with a copy of his MIC.

    £35.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID DISC:- ARMY SERVICE CORPS REMOUNT

    A well made wrist ID disc made from what appears to be brass to a serving soldier in the ASC Remount. Damage free. Wrist fitting absent which would most likely have been a chain of some sort.

    £30.00
  • “THEIRS IS THE GLORY” FILM PREMIER COMMEMORATIVE TICKET

    I thought this an apt item to list on the anniversary of the start of the operation. Aluminium, commemorative film ticket for the showing of the film ‘Theirs is the Glory’, the 1946 film depiction of the British (1st Airborne Division) involvement in ‘Operation Market Garden’. Excellent damage free condition, made from the crashed airframes of gliders used in the operation. Now a hard item to find.

    £350.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OTHER RANK SOFT CAP’ TRENCH CAP’

    A superb condition other ranks, ‘denim cotton’ soft cap, sometimes latterly referred to as a ‘Trench cap’. Superb damage free condition, with good shape. Leather chin band in matching condition with some slight age wear cracking. Held in place by two small brass GS buttons. Interior in matching condition fitted with cloth fabric. Good clear WD and issue stamping, and with some indelible pencil detail (again see

    £425.00
  • OLD CONTEMPTIBLE’S ASSOCIATION MEMORIAL GARDEN PLAQUE

    The top half (emblem) of an “Old Contemptible’s Association” memorial garden plaque. Heavy cast bronze OCA ‘badge’ complete with and rear fitting. The fourth image shows the ‘finished’ lower arch of the emblem, where the memorial plaque once was, either now broken or deliberately removed. Sadly the ‘fixing arm ‘ and lower name plate has been cut off. The lower rectangular plaque would of carried I believe

    £145.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1918 DATED HUDSON ‘TRENCH’ WHISTLE

    A very, very good condition Hudson whistle produced/issued 1918. Standard Hudson marking with good clear date and the subdued ‘anodised’ finish correct to this year of manufacture. This particular whistle is the best of its type I have had to offer. Because of the change in manufacturing material for this year of manufacture ‘it’ was prone to corrosion. This example is corrosion free and with 95% plus

    £90.00