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  • WW1 BRITISH 1908 PATTERN WEBBING EQUIPMENT CARTRIDGE POUCHES

    The start of my listings of 1908 pat. webbing and 1914 pat. leather equipment. A good condition pair, of ‘08 pattern webbing field used cartridge pouches. All fittings are present and in working order, with the exception of the right pouch belt securing straps (popper studs should be treated with respect and care & one belt securing tab is missing its brass finishing tab). Pouches have been period

    £295.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG MACHINE GUN CORPS OFFICER

    A super wrist ID worn by a 2nd Lt serving with the Machine Gun Corps. Quality engraving detail giving the wearers name and rank, religion and Corps. No markings, and as such I’d say an E.P.N.S. Made tag on a steel chain. Sadly the keeper clasp is absent.

    £85.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG QUEENS WESTMINSTER RIFLES

    A very nice wrist ID tag to a soldier serving with the Queens Westminster Rifles. Higher grade tag per the period made completely from Sterling silver. Obverse with wearer/owner name, number, 2nd Q.W.R. and religion. Tag reverse and quality safety keeper marked ‘Sterling Silver’.

  • WW1 BRITISH WRIST ID TAG 4th KINGS OWN R.L. REGT

    A very nice condition wrist ID tag, of the many varying types that became common to wear during the conflict in addition to the issued fibre neck tags. Good clear wearer detail, religion  and Regimental details. To the reverse marked E.P.N.S. Small dent between the naming and religion (see image). A steel keeper chain and clasp; not one of the higher quality tags that could be purchased per the

  • WW1 BRITISH MEDICAL DRESSING SUPPLIES

    A group of three WW1 vintage dressings. Dressings include cotton wool and two types of bandage, all contained in their original packets of issue sand with varying WD and date markings. Extremely rare items. With the conclusion of hostilities many surplus items were sold off for ‘private consumption’ to include vast quantities of medical supplies such as this. Having ‘survived’ the war certain period items like rations, certain

    £175.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1916 ACTIVE SERVICE TESTAMENT WITH INSCRIPTION

    A super, used and carried Testament in excellent condition. Inside front cover is with a ‘Royal Marine Home, South St. Deal’ stamping, and to the inside rear cover a ‘heart felt’ inscription to a comrade killed in 1917 serving with teh Loyal North Lancashire Regt. (See images). Covers slightly grubby where pocket carried.

  • WW1 BRITISH 1913 WD MARKED HUDSON TRENCH WHISTLE

    The stuff of Mons and the Christmas truce...... A pre WW1 regular army issued trench (or as was then signal) whistle. A Hudson made ‘flute’ whistle, carrying the early full maker address (see images), good clear 1913 date and with a WD broad arrow. Excellent overall condition with only minor denting and surface scratching. A hard to now find whistle, being all the rarer with the WD mark. (Most

    £155.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- PENCIL & RETAINER CARD

    PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- PENCIL & RETAINER CARD An excellent condition 1914 gift tin cartridge pencil contained in its original card receptacle keeper. Pencil case is in excellent damage free condition with matching silver head, containing the original pencil. Good clear Mary monogram. Pencil case serial numbered only, not dated. The card keeper has contained this pencil for many years and as such is shaped accordingly. (The card keeper

    £125.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- 1914 CHRISTMAS GREETING CARD

    A very good condition 1914 gift fund Christmas card that accompanied all gift tins etc. in time to be distributed before and up to Christmas 1914. Some slight age and storage marking, and fragility to an area of the card spine.

    £28.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (3)

    A superb, pristine condition example of the 1914 gift tin. Tin is dent and damage free, with 99.9% of all original gilt finish remaining. Tin is firm and sound with the lid a little stiff; the corners are firm and split free. This is as new and as it would have appeared when presented in 1914. Recently found, new to the market. Would be very hard to better, and

    £120.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (2)

    A good, grubby untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin. Tin is with minor denting but mainly sound, with some wear to the gilt finish, with the lid being generally grubby and untouched, due to storage. Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free.

    £35.00
  • PRINCESS MARY 1914 GIFT FUND:- GIFT TIN (1)

    A good, grubby untouched example of the iconic 1914 gift tin. Tin is fundamentally damage free, with some wear to the gilt finish, with the lid being generally grubby and untouched, due to storage, with an area of ‘age blackening’. Tin edges and especially the corners are firm and split free. My own opinion (for what its worth) is that this is one of the most iconic collectables

    £35.00