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  • WW2 BRITISH ‘SLOUCH’ HAT K.O.Y.L.I. INTEREST

    A very good early (1942) slouch hat as worn in the desert and Far East. Felt wool hat is in very, very good moth free condition. Latticed leather cap band is in good supple, dusty condition. Side popper present and in good strong working order, but should be treated with respect. Front with affixed K.O.Y.L.I. other ranks cap badge, being actually a collar badge. interior with leather head band, being

    £180.00
  • WW1 ROVER SCOUT SERVICE CAP

    A superb WW1 vintage R.S. ‘Rover Scout’ service cap. Heavy felt wool construction which is in very good shape, being damage free and showing only very slight surface moth tracking (now none active). Exterior leather had band with some slight surface cracking. Interior head band showing light use and in excellent matching condition. Silk upper liner with some areas of fragility but complete. No visible maker details. Complete with

    £220.00
  • WW1 VINTAGE BRITISH TROPICAL DETACHABLE SHIRT EPAULETTES

    A good pair of WW1 vintage detachable tropical shirt epaulettes. Now grubby and showing evidence of having two pips affixed to both straps, otherwise excellent damage free condition.

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WAR WOUNDED ‘HOSPITAL WORK’ WALL HANGER

    A superbly, hand produced wall hanger in the form of a Middlesex Regt. cap badge, battle honours and victorious nations flags. The piece of work is specific to the 13th Battalion 24th Division Middlesex Regt. The workmanship is outstanding. Colour still bright but now a little grubby with age. It may well have been mounted in a frame at some time….it is now ‘loose’ on its own. A stunning item

    £375.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL NAVY PETTY OFFICER SERVICE CAP

    A rare example of a Royal Navy WW1 vintage ‘working dress’ Petty Officer service cap. Excellent used condition, showing slight wear and now a little grubby. The peak could do with polishing as its now dull with slight age verdigris. Interior with matching wear. Cap body moth and damage free. Cap badge is of very high relief as is correct with this vintage cap and insignia.

    £350.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OPEN TOP 1917 DATED .455 HOLSTER

    A good untouched condition, now appearing very dark brown, .455 open top holster. Used by the Tank, Machine Gun and Royal Flying Corps on their pistol equipment ‘set ups’. Interior of holster has a manufacturer issue number and WD broad arrow. Securing strap has the maker firms initials and issue date 1917. Reverse of holster with belt loop and cleaning rod receptacle. Holster finish is a little dry and

    £75.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1903 LEATHER EQUIPMENT THREE POCKET AMMUNITION POUCHES

    An extremely rare pair of little issued / used three pocket ammunition / cartridge pouches. ‘03 leather equipment usually utilised double pocket ammunition pouches and as such the three pouch assembly is as mentioned extremely rare. They were used in the main by small territorial units and home service battalions (their is little information readily available on this item of equipment). They are both matching maker marked (Edward

    £975.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 2 INCH ‘08 WEBBING BUCKLES

    I have a few pairs of ‘08 webbing 2 inch buckles as used on the shoulder straps to facilitate the fitting of the large or small packs to the equipment. All are in damage free condition, some being a tad cleaner / brighter than others. (This listing indicates the price per pair).

    £15.00
  • WW1 / WW2 BRITISH .455 REVOLVER HOLSTER

    An interesting duel dated .455 revolver holster. Supple tan brown leather in damage free condition. All straps and fittings present in serviceable condition. To the reverse upper edge of the holster is a date marking 1916, on the front securing strap end is a maker marking and date 1940, indicating either salvage corps repair or re-issue. Very nice overall condition.

  • WW1 BRITISH .455 ‘SAM BROWN’ 1917 DATED PISTOL HOLSTER

    An excellent condition dark brown pistol holster for a .455 service revolver. Holster is complete and undamaged and in stunning shape and overall condition. To the reverse belt loop is a maker mark 'R.W. Stiby' and date 1917. Also their is a faint marked owner name and regimental marking (RFA). To the inner side of the cover flap is an inked marking, which is difficult to distinguish. Would

    £135.00
  • WW1 BRITISH BRODIE ‘CRUISE VISOR’ FIELD SERVICE HELMET

    A rare example of the 1st Pattern* 'Cruise Visor' modified Brodie service helmet. Chain mail, square eye guard affixed to the helmet with the addition of a rim attachment and side hooks. The helmet shell is in excellent damage free condition, with the addition of the 'crude' rim bracket. Helmet liner is in very good condition and is complete with its chin strap. Liner upper felt cushion

    £1,225.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ADAMS & Co. NO. 30 1917 DATED TRENCH PERISCOPE

    A superb condition ‘Adams & Co.’ No 30 Trench periscope. The aluminium bodied scope is damage free and retains 90% plus of its grey finish, and carries its paper issue/‘how to use’ guide’ label in full, again in damage free condition. Approx 3-4 inches below the proper issue label is a WD broad arrow in black paint. The paper label is with age spotting, but is none