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  • WW2 BRITISH 1940 PATTERN BATTLEDRESS TROUSERS

    A very well, field used pair of 1940 pattern BD trousers as worn by a Sgt. of the 7th Armoured Div. (see next BD top listing). Trousers show 'fairly heavy' use with a field repair to the field dressing pocket (see images). Knapp of material worn, and showing various stains due to use. Good overall moth and damage free condition. Tailored hems with the removal of securing

    £145.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HEAVY WOOL UNDERSHORTS 1944 DATED

    An excellent condition pair of 1944 dated mid weight (standard) military issue under-shorts. Elasticated lower leg, complete with maker / date / size issue label (see images). Damage free.

    £45.00
  • ‘37 PATTERN WEBBING BREN GUN TOOL POUCH

    ‘37 PATTERN WEBBING BREN GUN TOOL POUCHA good WW2 vintage used Bren-Gun tool kit pouch. Webbing is very grubby and with much gun oil soiling, and as such showing much field used character. No visible dates. All poppers and fixings present but one being faulty. 104532 18.00

    £18.00
  • WW2 BRITISH H.A.C. 1st ANTI-AIRCRAFT DIVISION 1922 PATTERN SERVICE DRESS TUNIC

    A rare example of a field used and worn, attributable, divisionally marked 1922 pattern, service dress tunic. Used tunic with Honourable Artillery Company brass shoulder titles, correct for period RA collar badges and 2nd pattern 1st Anti-Aircraft Division formation signs to upper right and left sleeves. Complete with correct RA buttons. Tunic is in worn condition and has a few small service / moth holes ‘dotted’ about

    £485.00
  • WW2 BRITISH OFFICER KHAKI BERET

    A good untouched condition officer quality khaki beret. Used beret with artillery grenade cap badge. Interior with no maker / tailor details. Moth and damage free. Slight wear to one area of the head band. Size in keeping with the vintage.

    £55.00
  • WW2 BRITISH QUEENS Regt. KHAKI DRILL MATERIAL SERVICE BERET.

    An unusual beret manufacture in khaki heavy cotton drill material. Beret with brown leather head band, and fitted with an other ranks Queens Regt. Cap badge. Honest service wear and staining. Interior with no maker / tailor details. Size in keeping with the vintage.

    £75.00
  • WW2 BRITISH DISPATCH RIDER BREECHES

    An excellent condition pair on dispatch rider breeches. Heavy weight wool cloth in clean damage free condition, with very minor moth nipping to one lower leg. All original buttons present. Chamois leather leg inserts. Interior with WD issue and size details. Waist measurement is approx. 90 CMS. (36 Inch) Possibly un-used condition.

    £75.00
  • WW2 BRITISH Mk IV RESPIRATOR / GAS MASK

    A very good condition Mk IV military issue respirator / gas mask. Canvas netting covered early mask, with its original hose, filter canister and early carry bag. Mask and mask hose is supple and very pliable. Elasticated head bands in good serviceable condition, with head band spacer now age hardened but complete. Eye pieces clear and undamaged. Filter canister is virtually as new, with 95% red

    £120.00
  • BRITISH HUDSON MADE WD MARKED WHISTLE

    A good alternate maker address ‘Hudson’ made ‘tube’ whistle with good clear WD broad arrow marking. ‘THE Metropolitan’ whistle with maker details ‘J. Hudson & Co Barr St Hockley Birmingham’ with large WD Broad arrow below (see images). Used by the military pre-WW2.

    £30.00
  • WW2 BRTISH SEA-BORNE ASSAULT FLOAT RING

    A good issued and named to an individual (see images), float ring as used on sea-borne assaults. This type and the grey version were used in numbers for both the ’D’ Day and Rhine crossing assaults. Good damage free condition with all straps and fittings present. Inflation tube is with age hardening.

    £65.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ‘TOMMY’ SERVICE HELMET (3)

    An outstanding condition early WW2 British field service ‘Tommy’ helmet. Shell is in damage and dent free condition with most original ‘field green’ rather than khaki finish. Finish is sand textured rather than smooth also. Helmet is fitted with a period netting cover which contains a 1940 dated field dress. Liner is in matching condition with the early oval crown cushion fitted. Liner is with clear maker and date

    £185.00
  • WW2 BRITISH BOARD of TRADE APPROVED NAVAL LIFE JACKET

    An extremely rare example of a Ministry of Transport (Board of Trade) navel life preserver. Issued to both Merchant and Royal Naval vessels this was the 'staple' life jacket as used on British shipping throughout WW2. A basic two piece item with front and rear float cushions, that was easy to don in case of emergency. Many thousands of these jacket were stowed on British ships for the

    £475.00