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  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- PENCIL CASE

    A very nice, untouched Princess Mary 1914 gift fund bullet pencil cartridge case. Case is in excellent damage free condition with a good clear Mary monogram. Dated 1914. Becoming harder to find in this condition. (Issued as requested to non-smokers, this set consisted of the pencil in the form of the bullet, contained in the gift tin).

    £55.00
  • 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 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 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
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY 1902 PATTERN UNIFORM GROUPING.

    A good WW1 other ranks uniform grouping to a trooper serving with the RGA, consisting 1902 pattern tunic, mounted breeches, artillery bandolier and shortened (third full length Fox) leg puttees. Tunic is in excellent damage free condition worth only a couple of areas of storage moth. Tunic has brass RGA shoulder titles. To both sleeves bombardier chevrons, gun layer sleeve qualification badge above above the right rank

    £2,100.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ’08 PATTERN WEBBING WATER BOTTLE CRADLE

    A very nice clear dated 1908 pattern webbing water bottle cradle. Blancoed possibly only the once, with most now worn off, showing as a faint ‘green’ hue and a tad grubby. Late/post war top fastening Interior is with very good, very clear make details and date 1918. Rear facing centre strap with a number marking (see images). A nice untouched item, being an item now hard to find

    £135.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ’08 PATTERN WEBBING WAIST BELT

    A good large size belt. In very good used condition. Blancoed period ‘pea green’ with much of it worn off and the belt looking slightly grubby with use. Maker and date details too faint to read. All fittings present.

    £85.00
  • WW2 TREEN ROYAL ARMY SERVICE CORPS ‘SERVICE PLAQUE’

    A nice, none functional piece of post WW2 treen, being a hand made plaque; I am presuming by an individual serving with the Royal Army Service Corps, showing the Corps cap badge and formation signs in which ‘he’ served. Reasonably competent art work. Damage free , with some age crazing to the paint work.

    £30.00
  • WW1 BRITISH/GERMAN TRENCH ART ‘HORSE SHOE’

    Difficult to say if this is ‘British or German’ made. An aluminium formed horse shoe, topped off with the fuse end of a 1916 German artillery shell, manufactured in Magdeburg. Substantial piece of workmanship, suggesting its a ‘heavy workshop’ made item. (It should always be remembered, that much trench art was immediate post war, cottage industry made, for battlefield tourists. Crude and heavy duty items suggest, troop made,

    £45.00