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  • WW1 BRITISH FEMALE VAD SERVICE FELT HAT

    A very fine example of a WW1 female VAD service hat in felt wool. The hat is in exceptional condition being completely moth and damage free. The exterior hat band is with fragility due to wear and age and has had a couple of period stitched repairs. The inner head band is present and in excellent condition in keeping with the hat body. Gilt and enamel cap badge

    £345.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER RIDING BREECHES

    A superb pair of privately tailored/purchased WW1 vintage riding breeches as favoured by the officer classes of the period. Magnificent quality tailoring, in damage/moth free condition. One of the small ankle fastening buttons absent only. Would compliment a WW1 officer representation very well !

    £250.00
  • WW1 BRITISH LORD DERBY SCHEME ‘UNIFORM’ ARMBAND (1)

    A very clean and damage free ‘narrow’ Derby Scheme recruit armband. Khaki wool band with red crown, tin fastening buttons, and good clear stamp details to the under-side. Moth free. A what might be termed ‘second phase’ band that was reduced in width to save on uniform cloth.

    £45.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST SWEETHEART WRIST TAG

    A wrist sweetheart tag made from a cap badge and period pennies. Crude in its execution, but not without character. A nice period piece.

    £75.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘B’ PATTERN BRODIE HELMET WITH FORMATION MARKING

    Formation marking for the 7th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment. A well used/late war re-issued ‘B’ pattern Brodie field service helmet, with blue painted formation markings as detailed above. The helmet has been period refinished and reissued with the exterior and underside brim refinished. The helmet rim band is absent giving the appearance of a first pattern helmet. The area where the rim has previously sat is visible

    £525.00
  • WW1 BRITISH KIT BAG ‘TRENCH COOKING STOVE’

    A rare kit bag item, commercially produced ‘Trench cooking stove’. Burnable fuel blocks complete with a mini ‘pot’ stand. Pictorial box is complete, but is with some fragility on its joints due to the holding staples being absent. Such items were purchased by troops families and sent out to ‘the front’ in personal parcels contains food and clothing, to make life just that little more tolerable. A rare item