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  • WW1 R.N.A.S. HALLMARKED SILVER SWEETHEART BROOCH

    A superbly detailed RNAS sweetheart brooch styled on the brevet wing and officer cap badge albatross. Brooch pin reverse with good clear maker and hallmark details. If I’m reading the markings correctly its, hallmarked for Birmingham 1916, and made by Pearce & Thompson. Superb condition, lovely looking item.

  • THIRD REICH SA SPORTS BADGE THIRD GRADE IN BRONZE (2)

    A clean, bright example of an early issued SA sports badge in bronze. Obverse with bright/bronze finish. Reverse with heavy pin fitting. Good maker details Bonner  Kunstabz, Bedarf Bonn*/RH, with central ‘legend’ “Eigentum D. ChefsD. Ausbildun Gswesens”, with 6 figure issue number stamped to the wreath. A fine damage free example, with an early bright finish. A rare maker for this badge.

    £125.00
  • THIRD REICH SA SPORTS BADGE THIRD CLASS IN BRONZE (1)

    A fine example of an early issued SA sports badge in bronze. Obverse with dark bronze finish. Reverse with heavy pin fitting. Good maker details Berg & Nolte AG Ludenscheid, with central ‘legend’ “Eigentum D. SA SportAbzeichen Hauptstelle”, with 6 figure issue number stamped to the wreath. A fine damage free example.

    £75.00
  • 23RD (SERVICE) BATTALION, ROYAL FUSILIERS (FIRST SPORTSMAN’S) FORMATION SIGN

    A rare 23rd Service Battalion felt well formation sign as worn on the rear of the tunic just below the collar. Steel blue cloth in the form of a grenade in excellent condition, possibly un-used. Traces of old paper and glue to the signs reverse where removed from an album ? The 23rd Service Battalion were stationed at Grey Towers, Hornchurch.

    £165.00
  • 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

  • WW1 BRITISH ’08 PATTERN WEBBING WATER BOTTLE CRADLE

    A very nice clear dated 1908 pattern webbing water bottle cradle. Blancoed possibly only the once, with most now worn off, showing as a faint ‘green’ hue and a tad grubby. Late/post war top fastening Interior is with very good, very clear make details and date 1918. Rear facing centre strap with a number marking (see images). A nice untouched item, being an item now hard to find

    £135.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ’08 PATTERN WEBBING WAISTE BELT

    A good large size belt. In very good used condition. Blancoed period ‘pea green’ with much of it worn off and the belt looking slightly grubby with use. Maker and date details too faint to read. All fittings present.

    £85.00
  • WW2 BRITISH MEDAL TRIO

    A good untouched mounted group, consisting 1939-1945 Star, Defence Medal, War Medal. Slightly grubby, uncleaned/untouched examples. Un-named as issued.

    £28.00
  • WW1 BRITISH HOME FRONT PATRIOTIC PHOTO PLAQUE

    A hand made treen plaque with the obverse painted with the Allied flags surrounding a central photo portrait of a British soldier (Sadly not named and difficult to definitively say which regiment he is serving with). The plaque is made and executed with some delicacy, pleasing to the eye. Damage free, with some minor chipping. (See images) Typical ‘victory’ home front item.

    £45.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN CASED 40 YEAR FAITHFUL SERVICE CROSS

    A very nice condition 40 year faithful service cross contained in its original box of issue. Cross is in pristine condition, mounted on its original cornflower blue ribbon still with its fixing pin for wear, Case is in matching damage free condition with some age scuffing mainly to the under-side. Awarded for ‘civil service’ within the Reich not covered by a specific service award. Nice item !

    £135.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 1908 PATTERN WEBBING EQUIPMENT CARTRIDGE POUCHES

    The start of my listings of 1908 pat. webbing and 1914 pat. leather equipment. A good condition pair, of ‘08 pattern webbing field used cartridge pouches. All fittings are present and in working order, with the exception of the right pouch belt securing straps (popper studs should be treated with respect and care & one belt securing tab is missing its brass finishing tab). Pouches have been period

  • 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.