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  • WW2 BRITISH H.L.I. ‘MULTI’ FORMATION SIGN

    A good, damage and moth free battledress formation sign for (if I’m correct) the Highland Light Infantry. Red disc with four red bars. Old identification Label affixed to the reverse.

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  • WW2 POLISH ARMY CAP BADGE (THEATRE MADE)

    A theatre made cast in brass Polish army cap badge. Crude obverse detail. Reverse with single screw post fitting complete with fitting nut. Backing disc absent. Grubby untouched condition.

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  • WW2 RAF/AM PAIR OF 1933 PATTERN FLYING GAUNTLETS ATTRIBUTED TO A DFC WINNER

    A super matched pair of AM 1933 pattern flying gauntlets. Good used condition with most wear showing to the left glove. Zips in good working order, but as with all ‘old’ zips should be treated with respect. Interior with good clear AM markings, with owner details. Flying Officer Percy Edward BAIRSTOW (120452) Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, No. 48 Squadron. October 1943: Awarded Distinguished Flying Cross DFC No 48 SQDRN: In 1941

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  • WW1 BRITISH BRODIE OTHER RANKS HELMET WITH COVER

    Not sure where and how to start to describe this item, its the most unusual helmet in terms of its liner that I have ever encountered. Standard Brodie, that I consider to be a ‘B’ pattern with the rim lost/absent with the ‘tight’ weave hessian type cover. Four panel standard cover held in place with a tie cord. The cover has at some time had a formation

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  • WW2 BRITISH ‘LUDLOW’ MARKED PARACHUTE REGIMENT OFFICER BERET BADGE

    A superbly detailed, age toned beret badge. Reverse with two substantial loop fitting, and maker details. Stunning condition.

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  • WW2 BRITISH HALLMARKED SILVER ROYAL TANK REGIMENT OFFICER BERET BADGE

    A superb hallmarked silver Royal Tank Regiment Officer beret badge. Badge is in superb age toned condition, with no polishing damage. Reverse with two loop substantial fitting loops, and clear maker and hall marking. If I have read the hallmark correctly it’s dated 1943. A superb condition badge.

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  • WW1/INTER WAR ‘08 PATTERN AMMUNITION POUCHES DATED 1937

    A superb pair of un-blancoed, matched ‘08 ammunition pouches dated 1937. All fittings present and in good working order. They are lightly used. Reverse with good clear date details and a maker mark the is faint that I don’t readily recognise. (I believe it may be South African). Excellent item for that early WW2 representation, or for those looking for in-blancoed webbing. Royal Marines used ‘08 webbing during the

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  • 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.

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  • 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’.

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  • 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

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  • WW2 WAAF OFFICER SERVICE DRESS CAP

    A superb example of a WW2 WAAF (Women’s Auxiliary Air Force) officer service dress cap. Cap is moth and damage free, as well a crisp in colour with no age fading. Badge is bright and in matching condition to the cap. Centre band mounted with a patent leather black chin band, held in place by the correct buttons. Liner shows light use/wear. Good (high class) maker details label. An

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  • WW1 BRITISH TRENCH ART ‘SERVICE DRESS CAP’

    A super, and in some ways an iconic piece of ‘Trench art’ in the form of a service dress cap, made from a British 1915 dated 18 pound artillery shell case. Excellent, loved, polished condition. The ‘cap badge’ is made from Royal Engineers brass tunic button. (It should always be remembered, that much trench art was immediate post war, cottage industry made, for battlefield tourists. Crude and heavy

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