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  • WW1 ALLIED (BRITISH) AMBULANCE (FRENCH) DRIVER ARCHIVE

    A super, albeit, compact archive of material relating to a British subject serving with the French Ambulance Corp during WW1. Archive contains, numerous privately taken (un-published) photographs of the individual and his service pals and their vehicles. Importantly the archive is with the owners ambulance driving licence. Various other items of paper work relating to the individuals service are present . The uniform photographs are superb, sadly some being creased.

    £525.00
  • KING GEORGE V (NAVAL SIGNAL) END OF HOSTILITIES MESSAGE NOVEMBER 1918

    A Naval signal in the form of King George V message (sent throughout the Empire to the numerous military out posts), detailing the end of hostilities, and Victory in the World War; sent to the ‘Senior Naval Officer Bermuda, South America West Indies’ Command. Much mention of Naval involvement and his gratitude for said input. Dated 12/11/18 and officially received and released to forces Bermuda 13/11/18. An

    £225.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH (PRE WAR) OF Col H.H. SUTHERLAND OF THE BLACK WATCH

    A super pre WW1 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of Cpl H.H. Sutherland, Colonel of the Black Watch, dated 11-5-14 Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil. A superb crisp image of ‘some’ historic significance. Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £25.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH SCOTTISH HORSE INTEREST

    A 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of the Scottish Horse ‘receiving’ The Prince of Wales Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil dated 1 Dec 1918 A superb crisp image ! Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH INTEREST

    A super 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of the Liverpool Scottish band of the 166th Brigade, Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil.... “(Taken for the 166th Brigade) Liverpool Scottish Reg  6/9/18 Nr Bethune” A superb crisp image ! Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH PHOTO POSTCARD SCOUT/PADRE INTEREST

    A superb uniform study of a WW1 British padre, serving with the Boy/Rover Scouts. Damage free condition, no reverse text. Signed ‘Skipper’ in black ink.  

    £12.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN PHOTO-POSTCARD UNIFORM STUDY

    A superb photo-postcard, studio posed, showing excellent uniform detail, to include pickelhaube with numeral markings.

    £20.00
  • FRENCH FASCIST WW2 PUBLICATION (VETERAN PICK-UP)

    A large format magazine ‘celebrating’ the first anniversary of ‘The French Legion’ and its support/collaboration with the Nazi regime ‘now’ in place in France. In essence a pictorial magazine showing various celebrations throughout the various regions of France, related to the new right wing order. Produced in 1941 under the title ‘Resurrection Francaise’. Very good damage free condition, with one small cover tear to bottom left corner. A rare

    £68.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘DON’T BE FUEL-ISH’

    A very nice, good sized poster in the save fuel vein. Comic pictorial poster, detailing female war workers 'scolding' a fellow worker for wasting electricity. Poster has been folded into two and is with some age foxing. Printer details to the bottom edge of poster 'Printed for H.M. Stationary office.....' issued by the Ministry of Fuel and Power. Small tear to left upper edge as viewed (see images). Creased throughout

    £185.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘THIS DID THIS…AND THIS’

    A good pictorial, moral booster poster expounding Bofors guns production and use within the war effort. Very, very low grade flimsy paper with a small tear through the word 'And' and going into the image of the crashing aeroplane. Age and storage creasing throughout with printer details to the bottom right corner. ' 'M of S No 4'. Approx 50cms x 38cms

    £70.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘WATCH YOUR TALK FOR HIS SAKE’

    Pictorial poster in the careless talk cost lives vein. 'Watch your talk for his sake....Never mention arrivals, sailings, cargoes or destination to anybody', expounding the need to not discuss ships movements in any capacity, for the sake of crew safety. Folded in four with storage creasing throughout. Slight age foxing to low grade paper. Small drawing pin hole to top left corner when viewed. Print details to bottom right

    £85.00
  • WW2 BRITISH POSTER ‘THE SPIRT WHICH WON THE LAST WAR’

    A WW2 period reprint of a note 'Found in a Pill Box at Passchendaele on its Re-Occupation' in WW1 detailing defiance in the face of the enemy. Poster has been folded into 'two'. It is with storage creasing and edge 'nicking' Their is a 5-6 cms tear to the upper edge and a 3-4 cms tear to the bottom edge. Slightly age foxing to low grade paper. No Pinter

    £55.00