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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

    £155.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ATS PAY-BOOK AND INSIGNIA GROUPING

    A small grouping of items to an ATS corporal, to include playbook and some discharge papers, along with a slip black on khaki shoulder title, driver qualification badge and rank chevron. Cloth item are clean and in damage and moth free condition. Pay-book is well filled out showing that the member was indeed dischached from service post WW2. Nice item.

    £48.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ATS CLOTH SHOULDER TITLE

    A very clean, very probably un-used ATS (Auxiliary Territorial Service) multi-coloured cloth shoulder title. Moth and damage free condition.

    £18.00
  • WW2 BRITISH HOME FRONT ON WAR SERVICE LAPEL BADGE W.F.S. & Co. Ltd.

    A nice bi-coloured National Service, On War Service lapel badge, W.F.S. & Co. Ltd. Good clear bright, damage free enamel badge with reverse fitting lapel pin. Brooch safety keeper absent. Issue numbered 219, with maker details ‘Thomas Fattorini, Regent St. Birmingham’. Sadly I can find no information on the factory.

  • IMPERIAL GERMAN 27th INFANTRY REGIMENT NUMBERED SHOULDER BOARD

    A numbered, plain, 27th Infantry Regiment shoulder board. An excellent condition, moth and damage free board, now slightly grubby due to use.

    £75.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN 14th INFANTRY REGIMENT NUMBERED SHOULDER BOARD

    A numbered, plain, 14th Infantry Regiment shoulder board. An excellent condition, moth and damage free board, clean and fade free.

    £75.00
  • WW2 ITALIO/GERMAN NORTH AFRICAN CAMPAIGN, THEATRE MADE CIGARETTE CASE

    A nice light weight (possibly duralumin) made cigarette case, nicely paint decorated, with the obverse, carrying the Italian National colours and the Nazi swastika. Some paint chipping to the finish (see images), but otherwise dent and damage free. Stung loaded hinge is strong and in good free moving order. Interior with the original elasticated cigarette keeper. A ‘pretty’ item.

    £85.00
  • ++++SOLD BEFORE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SITE LIST++++

    Another item sold before the opportunity to site list, a WW2 German military funeral wreath drape. Sold to a UK collector.

  • WW1 BRITISH WAR VOLUNTEER (WV) SERVICE BADGE WITH RED CROSS ‘CONNECTIONS’

    A superb WW1 WV lapel badge backed with a period Red Cross formation sign, mounted on its original Red Cross  ‘backing card’. A standard WV badge with reverse issue number, mounted on a felt Red Cross, showing (via the issue card) association with the British Red Cross Society, Cornwall Work Auxiliary. The backing card (in red to its revers, see images) is missing sadly the bottom arm

    £65.00
  • 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

  • LORD KITCHENER & STAFF COMMEMORATIVE TISSUE HANDKERCHIEF

    A ‘low grade’ produced item when ‘new’, not intended for longevity ! Produced as a commemorative item on the death of Lord Kitchener and his staff on the sinking of HMS Hampshire 5th June 1916. The item is in exceptional condition with one small hole and in the main edge creasing (not damage). Some slight age foxing blemishes. Its currently mounted on a protective backing card , covered

    £225.00
  • ++++SOLD BEFORE THE OPPORTUNITY TO SITE LIST++++

    Sold before the opportunity to site list a ‘smallish’ grouping of items collected by a middle ranking RAF officer, from the shattered remains of the Reich Chancellory in August 1945. Some items are water stained, others have been trodden under foot. Sold to a UK collector. Grouping consisted of more items than those shown here