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  • WW1/WW2 BRITISH PISTOL LANYARD

    A good khaki green full length, lanyard as used in conjunction with pistols. Some small areas of slight fraying, but generally excellent condition, with both toggle knots. My experience of such ‘things’ tells me this is more WW2 than WW1 vintage.

    £24.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘14 PATTERN LEATHER BAYONET FROG & HELVE STRAP

    A good used ‘14 leather bayonet frog complete with helve holder strap fitting. Good used condition, being sound and supple. Front securing strap is with some use and age cracking but is in usable condition ,as ever with care. thre extra holes where it may at some time have displayed a bayonet on a wall. Reverse with a very faint maker stamping, but clearer WD and broad arrow

    £115.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘14 PATTERN LEATHER BAYONET FROG

    A good used bayonet frog only. Never fitted with the helve tab. Good mid tan/brown leather showing honest wear. Front fastening strap is with some use/age cracking, but is in usable condition, needed care. Reverse with a very faint maker stamping and possible a date (to faint to read, see images). A small cut to the leather rear belt loop area (see images). (Being 100 years plus old this

    £95.00
  • WW1 BATTLE OF LOOS INTEREST HALLMARKED SILVER VESTA CASE

    A super watch chain vesta case in hallmarked silver. A ‘pretty’ case with a good exterior pattern, with the obverse central area beautifully engraved ‘ In Memory of LOOS Sept. 25 1915’. Dent and damage free. Lid closing edge with a good clear hall mark (see images). Complete with watch chain look and fitting ring.

    £175.00
  • WW1 BRITISH (SCOTTISH) 1915 DATED BAND FIFE

    An excellent condition London made fife from ebony wood, complete with its leather carry case. Case with WD marking, maker and date 1915. Utilitarian un-lined case as one might expect for a military instrument of this vintage. Fastening strap in good usable condition, but with age/use cracking (see images). Instrument is in excellent damage free condition, but in terms of its musicality could probably do with ‘servicing’. Nickel

  • WW1 BRITISH ‘TAM-O-SHANTER’ KHAKI CAP

    A superb, possibly un-worn Tam-o-shatter Scots cap in khaki. Outstanding condition showing little sigh of wear. Fitted with the London Scottish cap badge with the correct Hodden grey backing cloth. A couple of small areas of (none active) moth nipping. Khaki toorie to the crown. Correct configuration WW1 issue stamping to the interior (see images). ’Affectionally’ nick-named, a ‘dust-bin lid’ due to its size. Would be hard to better for

  • WW1 BRITISH GLENGARRY CAP THE ROYAL SCOTS FUSILIERS

    A good clean used condition WW1 vintage glengarry to a serving soldier in the Royal Scots Fusiliers. Slightly grubby, untouched condition with one small area of wear to the diced wool centre band (see images). Good mid tan leather head band. Un-marked interior. The neck streamers seem to have been removed deliberately as there is no evidence of it remaining. Red toorie. The cap badge has

  • WW1 BRITISH ALUMINIUM ID TAG ASC

    A crude round late war tag made of aluminium, to the ASC Tag with wearers name, religion, service number. Apparently the SS prefix to the numbers indicates ‘Supply Section’. The man was specifically chosen for this trade due to his occupation in civilian life. He appears not to be a casualty.

    £15.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1917 ADAMS & CO No. 9 Mk. II TRENCH PERISCOPE

    A very good example of the Adams & Co No. 9 Mk. II wooden ‘box’ periscope, complete with much of its paper issue label. A very cheap to produce periscope made from ply wood, two mirrors, a few screws and hinges and thats it. Mirror flaps and the open and shut metal slider in good working order. The metal slider contains much of the original paper issue

  • WW1 BRITISH 1916 DATED HUDSON ‘TRENCH’ WHISTLE

    A good untouched example of a 1916 dated Hudson flute whistle. Good clear maker details. ‘Reverse’ bears a solder mark where a finger ring has at one time in the distant past been fitted (see images). A nice example !

    £95.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1915 DATED HUDSON ‘TRENCH’ WHISTLE

    A good used untouched example of a 1915 date Hudson ‘flute whistle. Maker marked ‘J. Hudson & Co. Birmingham’. Whistle body is with minor denting/marking. Complete with its leather pocket fog strap, the loo of which is broken open (see images). For me one of the most iconic pieces of WW1 British militaria, given all it represents.

    £110.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ARMOURED BRIGADES BLACK BERET

    An excellent condition, black felt wool armoured Regiments beret. Beret shows light wear, and is damage and moth free. Exterior is fitted with a Royal Tank Regiment other ranks cap badge. Badge is with some polish wear. Interior with good clear maker, size WD arrow and 1944 date details (see images). Nice item.