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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

  • WW1 BRITISH 1908 PATTERN WEBBING EQUIPMENT CARTRIDGE POUCHES

    A very good condition pair, of ‘08 pattern webbing field used cartridge pouches. Most fittings are present and in working order (popper studs should be treated with respect and care & one belt securing tab is missing, this I have marked clearly in the images). Pouches have been period ‘pea/mid’ green blancoed, with much of it worn off, and are as such, a good colour match pairing. The

  • IMPERIAL GERMAN M17/M18 CAMOUFLAGE COMBAT HELMET

    A superb, untouched, but sadly (probably) shed/garage stored for many years a M17/M18 German still combat helmet with camouflage finish and guards Kompanie markings. The helmet shell is dent and damage free, with approx 35%-40% of the original camouflage finish visible, in the main to the sides and rear of the shell. The interior finish is in similar condition with much finish lost to ‘orange’ surface rusting.

    £2,750.00
  • “THEIRS IS THE GLORY” FILM PREMIER COMMEMORATIVE TICKET

    I thought this an apt item to list on the anniversary of the start of the operation. Aluminium, commemorative film ticket for the showing of the film ‘Theirs is the Glory’, the 1946 film depiction of the British (1st Airborne Division) involvement in ‘Operation Market Garden’. Excellent damage free condition, made from the crashed airframes of gliders used in the operation. Now a hard item to find.

    £350.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OTHER RANK SOFT CAP’ TRENCH CAP’

    A superb condition other ranks, ‘denim cotton’ soft cap, sometimes latterly referred to as a ‘Trench cap’. Superb damage free condition, with good shape. Leather chin band in matching condition with some slight age wear cracking. Held in place by two small brass GS buttons. Interior in matching condition fitted with cloth fabric. Good clear WD and issue stamping, and with some indelible pencil detail (again see

    £425.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN (RELATED) BOHEMIAN GLASS WEAR

    A German pre war home front related item would probably be the most accurate description. A superb commemorative Czech/German piece of Bohemian glass wear in the form a a ‘tumbler’ with the Czech National emblem and beautifully engraved  around the top orange coloured band “Eine Volk, Eine Reich Eine Fuhrer’ with the date in Roman numerals of the annexation of Czechoslovakia into the Reich. Superb condition with

    £90.00
  • OLD CONTEMPTIBLE’S ASSOCIATION MEMORIAL GARDEN PLAQUE

    The top half (emblem) of an “Old Contemptible’s Association” memorial garden plaque. Heavy cast bronze OCA ‘badge’ complete with and rear fitting. The fourth image shows the ‘finished’ lower arch of the emblem, where the memorial plaque once was, either now broken or deliberately removed. Sadly the ‘fixing arm ‘ and lower name plate has been cut off. The lower rectangular plaque would of carried I believe

    £145.00
  • 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

    £2,500.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN GAU OST HANNOVER BADGE IN BRONZE

    A superb condition Gau Ost Hannover badge. Often when found mistaken for a ‘Tinnie’ this badge is one of three grades of Gau badge awarded ‘within the district’. Grades being bronze, silver and gilt, the bronze and silver are in the pressed style with the gold being both pressed and of the ‘solid’ type. Badge is in superb damage free condition, with all original finish remaining. reverse

    £575.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1918 DATED HUDSON ‘TRENCH’ WHISTLE

    A very, very good condition Hudson whistle produced/issued 1918. Standard Hudson marking with good clear date and the subdued ‘anodised’ finish correct to this year of manufacture. This particular whistle is the best of its type I have had to offer. Because of the change in manufacturing material for this year of manufacture ‘it’ was prone to corrosion. This example is corrosion free and with 95% plus

    £90.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN GAU ESSEN AWARD IN GILT

    A super condition Gau Essen award badge in gilt. Gilt wash is in excellent condition being 95% present. Reverse with good clear maker details “Hoffstatter Bonn” with correct pin fitting. This particular award was in two grades, silver and gilt. It was very much a celebration of the districts armaments production (Krupp) and as such was awarded to party members closely associated with said industry. The dates on

    £275.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ROYAL GARRISON ARTILLERY 1902 PATTERN UNIFORM GROUPING.

    A good WW1 other ranks uniform grouping to a trooper serving with the RGA, consisting 1902 pattern tunic, mounted breeches, artillery bandolier and shortened (third full length Fox) leg puttees. Tunic is in excellent damage free condition worth only a couple of areas of storage moth. Tunic has brass RGA shoulder titles. To both sleeves bombardier chevrons, gun layer sleeve qualification badge above above the right rank

    £2,100.00