• WW1 BRITISH 17th (NORTHERN) DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

    A good, slightly grubby 17th Div. Formation sign. Red wool backing with white thread ‘dot-dash’ detail. Excellent damage and moth free condition. Created in September 1914 as part of the ‘New Armies’. Some elements went out to France in the Spring of 1915, still under training. Its first major engagement was July 1916 as part of the Somme Offensive.

    £175.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 38th (WELSH) DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

    A good used ‘Red Dragon’ Welsh 38th Division formation sign. Heavy red (now faded) and black thread detail on a black wool backing. A good used, removed from a tunic formation sign. Formed December 1914 and served through until June 1919.

  • WW1 BRITISH 30th DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

    A good used, clean 30th Division formation sign. White thread detail (now a little thread bare) on black circular backing. Formed in December 1914 as a New Army division, kit went overseas to France in December 1915 and served the entire war on the western front. Disbanded 1st Sept. 1919

    £110.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN HITLER YOUTH BELT BUCKLE

    A very good used aluminium belt buckle showing period use/wear, so as such with some marking to the buckle obverse. Reverse with good clear RZM M4 / 104 maker details. Becoming a harder buckle to find in aluminium.

    £125.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN ENLISTED MANS POLICE BELT BUCKLE

    An excellent condition aluminium police enlisted mans belt buckle. Grubby untouched condition, with crisp damage free obverse detail. Reverse with maker details J.F.S.

    £110.00
  • THIRD REICH GERMAN (1939 PATTERN) POLITICAL LEADER ARMBAND (2)

    An administrative political leader armband, for the fourth pattern political insignia 1939 onward, as worn by the lowest rank of political leader corps personnel. Politischer-Leiter-Anwarter (Political Leader Candidate) at the command level Orts. Utilised with the relevant piping at all four command/administrative levels. Mid war quality manufactured blue piped, red wool armband for Orts level command. Some slight moth nipping to the red wool field.

    £195.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘SECTION OFFICER’ BOMBERS NOTE BOOK

    A superb, sadly unnamed, Section Officers’ pocket note book detailing bombs their use and make up. Typed into a period 1917-18 address book, there are detailed notes and hand made drawings on the various bombs in use at the time. Also detailed are the working parts, the catapult means of dispatch and trench lay out. The notes are made over the A-B pages with a supplement note

    £325.00
  • BRITISH R.101 AIRSHIP OCTOBER 1930 AIRCRASH MEMORIAL CARD

    The memorial card as issued for the service of remembrance and as a souvenir, for the victims of the R.101 Airship disaster of October 1930. The card has suffered from age storage and as such is a little stained and ‘grazed’, but is in overall very good handleable complete condition.

    £65.00
  • IMPERIAL GERMAN PRUSSIAN M15 ENLISTED MANS PICKELHAUBE

    A very good, complete condition example of a Prussian enlisted-mans M15 pickelhaube. All original grey metal fittings are in excellent condition. Helmet shell is in pretty good shape with some age distortion only. Liner is in matching used condition. Correct state and national cockades. Chin strap is in dark brown/black leather. Only the one helmet plate ever fitted via the metal grommet front fittings, no extra holes. Detachable spike

  • THIRD REICH GERMAN POLITICAL LEADER CORPS BELT (4TH PATTERN)

    A very nice ‘tailored’ 4th pattern political leader belt. Gilt aluminium buckle and keeper mounted on a very nice tan leather belt. The buckle centre has been tailored and professionally stitched into situ, rather than just fitted via the two prongs and reverse keeper strap. (See images). Matching maker and RZM markings to both buckle and keeper. A very attractive belt and buckle assembly albeit it a small size.

    £285.00
  • WW1 BRITISH NAVAL MEDICAL SERVICE ‘FIELD DRESSING’

    An extremely rare field/wound dressing as issued by the Naval medical services, and in this format used primarily by the Naval Divisions. Khaki cotton pouch containing dressings. Printed detail of the content and basic use directions. With maker and date 1915 details (see images). Excellent damage free condition, but however grubby and with staining. Never opened.

    £275.00
  • WW1 BRITISH SECOND PATTERN VTC ARMBAND

    A clean condition second pattern VTC (Volunteer Training Corps). Heavy wool khaki band with red felt crown and GR initials. Couple of small areas of none active moth/wear (see images). Interior with good clear issue marking. One button period replaced. (The VTC in WW1 can loosely be likened too the second war ‘Home Guard’).

    £60.00