• WW2 RAF INDIAN MADE SWEETHEART BROOCH (1)

    A very attractive, highly detailed, possibly Indian silver RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Very good damage free condition, showing superb ‘etched’ type detail, typical of this type of manufacture. Reverse with brooch pin style fitting. No maker details.

    £20.00
  • WW2 RAF GILT & ENAMEL MINI SWEETHEART BROOCH

    An attractive base metal, gilt and enamel miniature RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Superb condition, showing fine detail. Reverse with brooch pin style fitting. No maker details.

    £16.00
  • WW2 RAF CHROME AND ENAMEL SWEETHEART BROOCH

    A super looking chrome and three coloured enamel RAF pilot sweetheart brooch. Excellent damage free condition. Reverse with brooch pin fitting and is also complete with its safety chain and fitting pin. No maker details.

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH WATER BOTTLE AND SHOULDER HOLSTER/CRADLE

    A fine example of a WW1 vintage water bottle, mounted in a leather, shoulder holster/cradle. Bottle is in excellent damage free condition, covered with the buff coloured heavy felt, typical of this periods bottle covering. Stopper is complete and in damage free condition attached to the felt covering by a longish piece of cord, again a typical feature of this vintage of bottle. Couple of small areas of

    £185.00
  • WW1 BRITISH RFC FLT. SGT. SIDE CAP

    A very nice, used condition RFC side cap attributed to Flt Sgt Alfred Bather. The cap is of a lesser quality of an officer example as might be expected. All Brass other ranks cap badge has been in situ ‘forever’ and is accompanied by other ranks brass front buttons. Cap is moth and damage free showing moderate use with the interior grubby presumably from hair tonic. An inked name

    £385.00
  • WW1 BRITISH OFFICER ‘PRIVATE’ PURCHASE BRODIE HELMET & COVER

    A magnificent example of a WW1 British private purchase Brodie helmet, with ‘mortar-board’ liner, cover and attached Regimental badge. Helmet is complete and in damage free condition. The liner is of the type typically used by military outfitters of the period to make the helmet ‘comfortable’ for wear by the use a ‘mortar-board’ style liner, typically used in the manufacture of University graduation head wear. Liner is grubby

    £2,750.00
  • WW2 BRITISH/ALLIED AIR CREW 1943 PATTERN ESCAPE AND EVASION FLIGHT BOOTS

    A fine pair of British/Allied WW2 aircrew escape and evasion boots. 1943 pattern, and adopted the same year by the Air Ministry boots developed from the MI9 Clayton Hutton earlier boot aimed at assisting crashed/parachuted air crew in hostile territory. The aim, the suede calf upper could be cut away ‘making’ a civilian looking shoe. A concealed knife within the sheep skin upper liner was intended forances) is

    £395.00
  • WW2 BRITISH ‘SAM BROWN’ BELT WD ISSUED

    A fine example of a Sam Brown belt and cross strap typical of WW2 vintage. The ‘reddy’ brown leather is very typical of the vintage as opposed to the tan brown earlier models. Excellent damage free condition being approx. 38 inches waist fit, All tabs & fittings present. The reverse of the belt is marked RSM and the cross strap named (see images). Marked to the underside buckle end

    £85.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH (PRE WAR) OF Col H.H. SUTHERLAND OF THE BLACK WATCH

    A super pre WW1 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of Cpl H.H. Sutherland, Colonel of the Black Watch, dated 11-5-14 Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil. A superb crisp image of ‘some’ historic significance. Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £25.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH SCOTTISH HORSE INTEREST

    A 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of the Scottish Horse ‘receiving’ The Prince of Wales Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil dated 1 Dec 1918 A superb crisp image ! Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH UNPUBLISHED PHOTOGRAPH LIVERPOOL SCOTTISH INTEREST

    A super 11cm X 9cm (approx) photograph of the Liverpool Scottish band of the 166th Brigade, Superb descriptive detail to the reverse in pencil.... “(Taken for the 166th Brigade) Liverpool Scottish Reg  6/9/18 Nr Bethune” A superb crisp image ! Part of a group of similar size un-published photographs to be listed over the coming few week !

    £20.00
  • WW1 BRITISH PHOTO POSTCARD SCOUT/PADRE INTEREST

    A superb uniform study of a WW1 British padre, serving with the Boy/Rover Scouts. Damage free condition, no reverse text. Signed ‘Skipper’ in black ink.  

    £12.00