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  • WW2 BRITISH ‘SAM BROWN’ BELT WD ISSUED

    A fine example of a Sam Brown belt and cross strap typical of WW2 vintage. The ‘reddy’ brown leather is very typical of the vintage as opposed to the tan brown earlier models. Excellent damage free condition being approx. 38 inches waist fit, All tabs & fittings present. The reverse of the belt is marked RSM and the cross strap named (see images). Marked to the underside buckle end

    £85.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER SERVICE DRESS CAP LANCASHIRE FUSILIERS

    A superb condition mid/late war service dress cap in whip cord khaki  A ‘flat’ cap with no crown shaper or front spring, a cap typical of late war wear. Moth and damage free, the cap would be hard to better for condition. Leather narrow chin band, and OSD bronze cap badge, the only badge ever fitted, no multiple puncture marks. Interior in matching clean condition, with no maker details. Brown

    £425.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER SERVICE DRESS PEAKED CAP LINCOLNSHIRE Regt.

    A fine, clean example of a British officer service dress cap of WW1 vintage. The cap is clean with a couple of small areas of moth to the peak, peak edge, and crown (see images). ed front. Good, crisp OSD bronze cap badge, with correct regimental side buttons rather than the more usual GS buttons. Deluxe leather adjustable chin strap is in good supple damage free condition. Interior head band

    £475.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1916 HUDSON ‘REFEREE’ STYLE PEA WHISTLE

    A very good clean example of the ‘pea’ style whistle as made by ‘Hudson’ dated 1916 Dent and damage free condition with good clear manufacturer and date details. Mounted on a long ‘bath chain’ type period fob.

    £95.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1916 DATED HUDSON TRENCH WHISTLE

    A very nice, clean example of a 1916 dated 'Hudson' whistle, complete with its leather pocket fob. Good finish to the whistle overall, being dent and damage free. Whistle marked 'J. Hudson & Co. Birmingham', with good clear date marking. Leather for is supple and serviceable, but as with all such leather products of this vintage, should be treated with respect !

    £125.00
  • INTER-WAR BRITISH OFFICER BRODIE HELMET

    Something of a rarity British inter war issued/refurbished helmets....Many ‘left-overs’ from WW1 of which there were ‘many’ went into the ‘melting pot’ to be issued as the ‘new pre-war’(WW2) pattern helmet and liner. Many re-issued Brodie helmets worn by the regular pre-war British army would also have been lost in the early unsuccessful campaigns of WW2, most notably the Dunkirk operation. The helmet:- A standard ‘B’ pattern

    £550.00
  • 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 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 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

  • WW2 BRITISH TRIGGER MITTENS (1)

    A good pair of British army cold weather trigger mittens. Khaki / brown wool, mittens with index finger knitted into the mitten to allow the use of firearms. Excellent overall condition with slight moth. Still attached together as issued. No visible issue markings or stampings.

    £35.00