• WW1 BRITISH 55TH DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

    A superb condition formation sign, in red and green thread, being the red rose of Lancashire. Clean moth and damage free condition, very probably un-issued. 55th (W. Lancs) Division, spent most of the war on the Western Front. Would be hard to better for condition.

    £145.00
  • WW1 BRITISH 34TH DIVISION FORMATION SIGN

    A good, now grubby, small as is correct formations sign for the 34 Div. being a 25 square chequer board, this being made from embroidered thread. (Example exist in fine interwoven black and white tape). Damage free, but as said grubby. Reverse with some rust staining.

    £165.00
  • WW1 BRITISH ‘B’ PATTERN BRODIE HELMET WITH FORMATION SIGN MARKED SACKING COVER

    A good untouched example of a ‘B’ pattern Brodie helmet with a ‘good’ condition sacking cover with painted Battalion formation sign, which research details as the 3rd Battalion Seaforth Highlanders. Helmet shell is complete with rim. There is surface rusting both to the interior and exterior. And a shallow dent to the crown. The sacking cover is with areas of fragility and rust staining where attached

    £1,950.00
  • AMERICAN PRODUCED ‘PAT-PARACHUTE’ 1940’S/WW2 PARACHUTE DOLL

    A super, period toy parachute doll created by Elvy Kalep, ‘Pat-Parachute, the Para Trooper’. Complete in its box of issue and also with its very rare instruction flimsy. Box is complete with an edge repair, now being a little grubby and with some damp staining, and age creases. Doll in complete matching condition with ‘bright/clean’ face, to include the eye goggles which are often missing, and with the

    £225.00