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  • WW1 BRITISH ‘B’ PATTERN BRODIE HELMET WITH FORMATION SIGN MARKED SACKING COVER

    A good untouched example of a ‘B’ pattern Brodie helmet with a ‘good’ condition sacking cover with painted Battalion formation sign, which research details as the 3rd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. Helmet shell is complete with rim. There is surface rusting both to the interior and exterior. And a shallow dent to the crown. The sacking cover is with areas of fragility and rust staining where attached

    £1,950.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘SECTION OFFICER’ BOMBERS NOTE BOOK

    A superb, sadly unnamed, Section Officers’ pocket note book detailing bombs their use and make up. Typed into a period 1917-18 address book, there are detailed notes and hand made drawings on the various bombs in use at the time. Also detailed are the working parts, the catapult means of dispatch and trench lay out. The notes are made over the A-B pages with a supplement note

    £325.00
  • WW1 BRITISH NAVAL MEDICAL SERVICE ‘FIELD DRESSING’

    An extremely rare field/wound dressing as issued by the Naval medical services, and in this format used primarily by the Naval Divisions. Khaki cotton pouch containing dressings. Printed detail of the content and basic use directions. With maker and date 1915 details (see images). Excellent damage free condition, but however grubby and with staining. Never opened.

    £275.00
  • WW1 BRITISH SECOND PATTERN VTC ARMBAND

    A clean condition second pattern VTC (Volunteer Training Corps). Heavy wool khaki band with red felt crown and GR initials. Couple of small areas of none active moth/wear (see images). Interior with good clear issue marking. One button period replaced. (The VTC in WW1 can loosely be likened too the second war ‘Home Guard’).

    £60.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER WRIST ID TAG R.F.A. (ILFORD ESSESX)

    A very nicely engraved silver wrist ID tag to a serving officer in the Royal Field Artillery. The officers home address in ILFORD Essex is included in the tag details. See tag for full details. Good size tag, with one side fitting broken open (A reasonably easy jeweller repair).

    £45.00
  • WW2 BRITISH OFFICER WRIST ID TAG ROYAL ENGINEERS

    A good albeit small ID tag in terms of the ID plaque as well as the wrist size to an officer serving with the Royal Engineers. Engraved name, number and religion details only. Reverse with an old pawn shop marking.

    £28.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER SIDE HOLD-ALL ATTRIBUTABLE ‘YORK & LANCS.’ Regt.

    A very nice used, officer heavy cotton canvas side hold-all of the type common in use at the front by junior officers. Khaki canvas in very good condition, with one slight tear which appears period repaired. (See images). To the underside of the front flap can be seen in black ‘indelible’ ink the officer name and his regt. ‘Capt G.B. Hill Y & L’ Carry strap is with

    £295.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WEBBING AND LEATHER EQUIPMENT WATER BATTLE WITH CORRECT COVER.

    A very good condition WW1 period blue enamel water bottle complete with its heavy felt wool insulation cover. Bottle is in excellent damage free condition. Cork stopper appears as an ‘oldish’ replacement, complete with stopper fitting and cord which is attached to the felt cover. Felt cover with none active moth nipping (see images). Felt with a fade shadow where it has been fitted for some time within

    £245.00
  • WW1 BRITISH LEATHER AND WEBBING EQUIPMENT WATER BOTTLE

    A good blue enamel water bottle of WW1 vintage with all correct features. Felt cloth cover is absent. Some enamel chipping, complete with period cork stopper. Study enough pictures of equipment in use and you will encounter bottles of this type in use without the felt cover. I would say the felt cover is lost to the bottle.

    £65.00
  • PRINCESS MARY GIFT FUND INTEREST ITEM DOOR NAME PLATE

    What I believe to be, a door/trunk name plate belonging to the ‘Chief Sick Berth Steward, Henry E.B. Watts, RN Hospital Chatham. Princess Mary Gifts Xmas 1915 & 1915. What definitively connects the sick berth to the gift fund I’m not sure. Possible this was the man responsible for the fund gift distribution on site ? Very nicely engraved brass plate, damage free. An unusual ‘unique’  item, possible

    £100.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ‘HOUSE WIFE’ EQUIPMENT WALLET

    A good, heavy cotton house wife wallet that would have contained needles thread for in the field running repairs to clothing. Khaki cloth needle flap has been removed.

    £15.00
  • WW1 BRITISH METAL STITCH ON WOUND STRIPE

    A good single wound stripe, being a little unusual in so far as its a stitch on item, rather then the usual looped or bladed type. Grubby damage free condition.

    £30.00