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  • WW2 BRITISH OFFICER WRIST ID TAG ROYAL ENGINEERS

    A good albeit small ID tag in terms of the ID plaque as well as the wrist size to an officer serving with the Royal Engineers. Engraved name, number and religion details only. Reverse with an old pawn shop marking.

    £28.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ‘HOUSE WIFE’ EQUIPMENT WALLET

    A good, heavy cotton house wife wallet that would have contained needles thread for in the field running repairs to clothing. Khaki cloth needle flap has been removed.

    £15.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ID TAG

    WW2 British grey fibre ID tag. POST FREE   (Post will be calculated when purchased, I’ll refund it straight away.)

    £6.00
  • WW2 (& POSTWAR) BRITISH TOMMY HELMET

    A very good condition WW2 ‘Tommy’ helmet with early first pattern liner. Liner is marked ‘VERO I’ and dated 1939. Shell I believe is with a maker marking but has been covered with the period refinish. Shell is in dent and damage free condition, with a good ‘heavy’ sand khaki green finish. To the helmet front is a superb 53rd (City of London) A.A. Regiment R.A. (T) transfer.

    £425.00
  • WW1/WW2 BRITISH PISTOL LANYARD

    A good khaki green full length, lanyard as used in conjunction with pistols. Some small areas of slight fraying, but generally excellent condition, with both toggle knots. My experience of such ‘things’ tells me this is more WW2 than WW1 vintage.

    £24.00
  • WW2 BRITISH 1937 PATTERN WEBBING ARMOURED TROOPS PISTOL HOLSTER

    A superb, possibly unissued, unblancoed ‘38 calibre pistol holster as used by armoured vehicle troops. Excellent damage free condition. The reverse with faint unreadable maker issue stamping.

    £145.00
  • 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
  • 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
  • WW2 BRITISH/ALLIED LADIES WRIST WATCH STRAP

    A good damage free, possibly un-issued ladies khaki canvas wrist watch strap. Excellent clean condition, with a small ‘size’ marking to the reverse.

    £30.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ‘SAM BROWN’ BELT WD ISSUED

    A fine example of a Sam Brown belt and cross strap typical of WW2 vintage. The ‘reddy’ brown leather is very typical of the vintage as opposed to the tan brown earlier models. Excellent damage free condition being approx. 38 inches waist fit, All tabs & fittings present. The reverse of the belt is marked RSM and the cross strap named (see images). Marked to the underside buckle end

    £85.00
  • WW2 BRITISH TRIGGER MITTENS (1)

    A good pair of British army cold weather trigger mittens. Khaki / brown wool, mittens with index finger knitted into the mitten to allow the use of firearms. Excellent overall condition with slight moth. Still attached together as issued. No visible issue markings or stampings.

    £35.00
  • WW2 BRITISH TRIGGER MITTENS (2)

    A good pair of British army cold weather trigger mittens. Khaki / brown wool, mittens with index finger knitted into the mitten to allow the use of firearms. Excellent overall condition with slight moth. Still attached together as issued. No visible issue markings or stampings. This item is in slightly better condition than the previous listing

    £38.00