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  • WW2 BRITISH 1937 PATTERN WEBBING INDIAN MADE BAYONET FROG

    A now hard to find Indian made, from heavy canvas rather than webbing material  ‘37 pattern bayonet frog. Un-blancoed condition, but grubby due to use. No visible maker details Frog complete with bayonet handle securing tab.

    £48.00
  • WW1 BRITISH STAFF OFFICER SERVICE DRESS CAP

    A cap of classic period shape for a serving staff officer that has sadly suffered from bad storage.. Fine khaki whip cord material to the cap body with a central red felt wool staff band and bullion staff cap badge. There is much (in my opinion) storage wear to the khaki cap material. The red centre band is with moth surface tracking but no where near as

    £325.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- 1915 NEW YEAR GREETING CARD (3)

    A very good condition 1915 gift fund new year card that accompanied all gift tins etc. that was not in time too be distributed before Christmas 1914. Very clean example.

    £35.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (4)

    A good untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin, with much of its original gilt finish remaining. Tin is dent and damage free. ‘Stored’ for many years with this being its first time on the market. Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free. Becoming harder to find in this condition. TIN ONLY

    £65.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ESCAPE & EVASION BATTLEDRESS BUTTONS

    Another MI 9 invention being a compass in the form of two battledress buttons, One button has a small spike on which the other sits on the upper button being the compass. When stood on a flat surface the top button moves to indicate north/south. The top button is marked with indicating dots. When worn on the battledress the buttons are indistinguishable from an ordinary button. The wearer

    £175.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG 5th BATLN SOUTH LANCS INTEREST

    A good hand punched aluminium wrist ID tag too a Lt. serving with the 5th Battalion South Lancashire Regt. Good clear detail, complete with its steel wrist chain. A ‘low grade’ easily made wrist tag.

    £75.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG 3rd Batln. ROYAL WEST KENT INTEREST

    A crude period made aluminium disc, wrist ID tag to a serving soldier with the 3rd Battalion Royal West Kent Regt. Complete with wrist chain and keeper. A good un-touched, un-researched tag.  

    £55.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘OFFICER AMMUNITION’ POUCH

    A pouch that has clear evidence of carrying pistol rounds , but I believe started out life as possibly an instrument pouch. Good tan leather in excellent condition, lined in maroon velvet (hence my belief an instrument pouch). Front face with good clear maker and date 1917 under the closing flap. Close inspection of the interior shows where ammunition rounds have marked the velvet liner. Would have been carried

    £60.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN WITH (PARTIAL) SMOKER CONTENT

    An excellent condition gift tin, with an un-opened pack of tobacco an opened pack of cigarettes with seventeen cigarettes remaining, (three used). Tin is in super, clean condition, with the gilt finish 98% present, with no damage. Along with the pack or tobacco and cigarettes is the 1914 dated (mini) Christmas card contained in its correct envelope. (The Christmas card is complete , but with the spine

    £300.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (3)

    A grubby untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin, polished with most gilt finish lost. Tin is comparatively dent and damage free. Its been stored for many years with this being its first time on the market. Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free. TIN ONLY (Interestingly this tin is of a maker variation with the wording 'Christmas 1914' in the lid bottom wreath

    £40.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (2)

    A mint condition, untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin, with 99.9% of its original finish remaining. Tin is dent and damage free, with only the slightest of marking (see images). Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free. Lid hinge firm and in working order. This is the finest example Princess Mary tin I have ever owned or been able to offer. Its

    £125.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (1)

    A good, grubby untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin. Tin is dent and damage free, with some wear to the gilt finish, with the lid being generally grubby and untouched, due to storage. Some gilt staining (see images). Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free. Free moving hinge. My own opinion (for what its worth) is that this is one of the

    £38.00