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30mm ADEN Practice Mk4 Round Inert A 30mm training round from the ADEN canon, as used by the Hawker Hunter fighter aircraft. The rounds head comes away to show the size and weight of the projectile. It’s marked up with a 1984 shell case and an 1989 actual round. The round has a steel tipped head. The rifling is obvious from the copper ring where the round leaves the casing. There is light pitting and rust on the actual bullet body. An interesting piece. It stands at 8” tall.
A 1933 Royal Navy Solid Silver Rodman Cup Award HMS Furious A solid silver 1933 Rodman Cup award for HMS Furious. The Rodman Cup is an inter ship rowing competition of the Royal Navy. This award is for Stoker W. R. Tucker. The award is made by Mappin & Webb and fully Hallmarked. The rear of the award has 2 small nicks otherwise it is in excellent order. The item has a 4.5cm diameter and weighs in at 41 grams.
A British 1965 Military Bush Knife / Machete A vintage British military ‘Golok’. Also reffered to as a bush or survival knife or machete. This type of equipment was used for ground troops overseas or in tropical environments. The knife comes in its original military sheath with belt attachment. The weighted blade still holds a good edge and is in good condition. A lace lanyard is still threaded through the hole on the hilt. The blade is stamped ‘ELWELL 1965’ with a crows foot mark and ‘KE18731’. The blade length is 13” and the overall length is 18” unsheathed.
A Charming British Pair Of Bystander Magazine WW1 Oak Framed Cartoons A charming pair of oak framed cartoons from WW1 from the Bystander Magazine depicting Tommies in the trenches. There is a little debris on the inside glass of one of the pictures. Other than that they are in great condition. A really nice little set. Measuring 12” by 10”.
A WW2 British Civil Defence Fire Guard Armband A WW2 Fire Guard armband in navy cotton with yellow print. The Fire Guard scheme was set up in September 1940 as the Fire Watchers Order, it became the Fire Watchers Service in January 1941 before becoming known as Fire Guards in August 1941. Fire Guards were to take it in turns to watch the fall of bombs in their local area and alert the civil defence authorities and the National Fire Service of any hits to buildings. They were also to attempt to tackle small blazes by incendiary bombs before they took hold and became larger conflagrations. To do this each Fire Guard was issued with an armband to identify their official role.
Antique / Vintage WW1 Toy Lead Machine Gunners (set of 3) A fantastic set of 3 toy machine gunners. They appear to be firing Vickers or Maxim guns. They are made from lead and still have their original paint. Each model measures 2” long by 1 1/2” high.
British Early 37 Pattern Webbing Khaki Ammo Pouch An early 1937 British webbing ammo pouch in khaki. The pouch is in excellent condition with the makers mark underneath the left pocket. The brass buckle and belt attachment are all in perfect order. These particular ammo pouches would have been worn above the main webbing belt. The item measures 8” long by 8” tall (including the strap).
Cornish WW2 Victory Medal 1946 Camborne - Redruth Boxed A fantastic pressed tin Victory medal from 1946 presented by the council of Camborne and Redruth. Comes in original presentation box. The medal from bar to end of medal is 8cm. The medal diameter is 1”. The box measures 7cm by 3 1/2cm.
Crescent Toy Canon Artillery Die Cast Vintage toy canon by Crescent. Matchstick firing action fully working. The wheels turn fine and there is some paint loss in places. 5” long and 2 1/4” wide. A nice collectable piece.
Duke Of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Buttons (Set Of 4) 24mm Set of 4 24mm Duke of Cornwall’s Light Infantry buttons. By E Stillwell & son London.
Duke Of Cornwalls Light Infantry Buttons (Set Of 6) 19mm Set of 6 Duke Of Cornwall’s Light Infantry tunic buttons 19mm.
Edward VIII Empire Day Medal May 24th An Edward VIII empire day medal on ribbon. In nice original condition.
French Le Gras Bayonet 1875 with Matching Number Scabbard A fantastic French La Gras bayonet with matching number scabbard. The blade is dated to 1875 and in very good condition with minimal blackening. The bayonets pommel has great patination, and the press catch works perfectly. The scabbard is dent free and gives a solid close with the bayonet. The matching numbers are ‘37328’
French Lebel Bayonet Hand to Hand Trench Fighting A cruciform French Lebel Bayonet with flattened grip area, modified for trench fighting. Presumably cloth or leather would’ve been bound around the grip to aid comfort. The weapon has age related pitting. A very curious piece. 20” in length.
Gloucestershire Regiment Gold Plated Sweetheart Brooch A gold plated Gloucestershire regiment sweetheart brooch. There is some minor age related wear to the plate on the brooch’s front.
Hotchkiss 6 Pounder Bronze Trigger Mechanism A fantastic late Victorian / early Edwardian bronze trigger mechanism from a Hotchkiss 6 pounder canon. The Hotchkiss 6 pounders were originally used by the Royal Navy along with other navies of the world at the turn of the century. During WW1 the 6 pounders were used by the British MK1 male tanks as the main armament complimenting the machine guns. The trigger mechanism is made entirely from bronze and weighs in at a hefty 1.5kgs. The piece measures 8” in length and 2 1/2” across. An amazing piece of history.
Hungarian Cold War 76M Gas Mask Size 2 This is an issued 76M Hungarian civil defense gas mask from the 1970's. Designed for civilians and civil defense members to work in chemical and nuclear contaminated areas, this mask can be considered as a typical Cold War-era radioactive fallout gas mask. Made from green tent canvas with rubber and has a sheep-velour face sealing. The straps are made from elasticated canvas. The mask comes with a 70M filter.
Lee Enfield No4 Mk 11 Bayonet in Scabbard A Lee Enfield No4 Mk11 ‘pig sticker’ bayonet in scabbard. This is a Canadian Model. The Crown Corporation Small Arms Ltd, Long Branch, Ontario, Canada, made approximately 910,000 No. 4 Mk. II bayonets from 1942–1944. In good clean order.
New Zealand Reinforcement Badges 1914-1918 Paperback Book An early paperback edition of New Zealand reinforcement badges 1914-1918 book by Geoffrey J Lowe F.C.I.S. 56 pages in total. In good used condition. Slight blemish on front cover and slight marks to back cover. Otherwise good condition. 8” by 6” in size.
Original 1941 Third Reich Wehrmacht Manual For Infantry This is an original example of a Reibert Third Reich manual. Printed in 1941 it has the complete German history and soldiering sections with photos of Hitler as well as pictures of all the nazi generals. This rare heavily illustrated manual is paperback and 5 1/2” wide by 8” tall. The manual has browned in colour and the front page is loose by about a quarter of the way down.The spine is sound.
Pair of Vintage Brass Medieval Style Wall Mounted Axes A great pair of solid brass medieval style wall mounted axes. These would look great in a study or living room alike, with them either hung crossed or separately. These are solid brass, with each axe weighing in at just over a kilogram. They are 45 cm long and 17 cm wide. ****For Non UK residents please email me for a postage price****
Pair of WW2 Merchant Navy Lieutenant Engineer Shoulder Boards. A great pair of WW2 Merchant Navy Lieutenant Engineer shoulder boards. The ‘engineer’ position is indicated by the purple line between the gold. Both boards are in excellent condition and both have their laces and Merchant Navy buttons. One shoulder board is missing its backing disc.
Pair Vintage Royal Signals Brass Shoulder Titles Pair of vintage brass Royal Signals shoulder titles. Both have loops but no pins. Both in good vintage order. They measure 5cm by 1cm.
Pair WW2 Brass RM Royal Marines Shoulder Titles A pair of WW2 brass RM Royal Marine shoulder titles with original back plates and pins. They measure 4cm by 2 1/2cm.
Royal Tank Regiment Patches Pair RTR Pair of vintage RTR Royal Tank Regiment patches. These have not been issued and not stitched at any time to uniform. They measure 3 1/2” by 1 1/2”.
Silver George V Imperial Service Order Boxed With Letter An original Silver Imperial Service Medal from King George V. Boxed and with original letter. Awarded to a Mr Thomas Henry Lewis, for Postal Service. This version of the ISM was awarded between 1920 and 1931. The medal ribbon needs reattaching. A nice piece of British history
Solid Silver ARP Air Raid Precaution Badge 1938 A solid silver ARP badge, hallmarked London 1938. Air Raid Precautions (ARP) was an organisation in the United Kingdom set up in 1937 dedicated to the protection of civilians from the danger of air raids. It included the Raid Wardens' Service that was to report on bombing incidents. Every local council was responsible for organising ARP wardens, messengers, ambulance drivers, rescue parties and liaison with police and fire brigades. From 1 September 1939, ARP Wardens enforced the "blackout". Heavy curtains and shutters were required on all private residences, commercial premises, and factories to prevent light escaping and so making them a possible target for enemy bombers to locate their targets. With increased enemy bombing during the Blitz, the ARP services were central in reporting and dealing with bombing incidents. They managed the air raid sirens and ensured people were directed to shelters. The badge measures 1 1/2” tall by 1” wide.
Solid Silver ARP Air Raid Precaution Badge 1938 A solid silver ARP badge, hallmarked London 1938. Air Raid Precautions (ARP) was an organisation in the United Kingdom set up in 1937 dedicated to the protection of civilians from the danger of air raids. It included the Raid Wardens' Service that was to report on bombing incidents. Every local council was responsible for organising ARP wardens, messengers, ambulance drivers, rescue parties and liaison with police and fire brigades. From 1 September 1939, ARP Wardens enforced the "blackout". Heavy curtains and shutters were required on all private residences, commercial premises, and factories to prevent light escaping and so making them a possible target for enemy bombers to locate their targets. With increased enemy bombing during the Blitz, the ARP services were central in reporting and dealing with bombing incidents. They managed the air raid sirens and ensured people were directed to shelters. The badge measures 1 1/2” tall by 1” wide.
Victorian Chromolithograph 10th Prince of Wales Own Royal Hussars Framed Picture A fantastic original 10th Prince of Wales Own Royal Hussars Chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers Framed Picture A fantastic original 23rd Royal Welsh Fusiliers Chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph 87th Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers) Framed Picture A fantastic original 87th Princess Victoria’s (Royal Irish Fusiliers) chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph Royal Artillery Framed Picture A fantastic original Royal Artillery chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph The 1st Life Guards Framed Picture A fantastic original 1st Life Guards chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph The London Scottish Volunteers Framed Picture A fantastic original London Scottish Volunteers (1st Volunteer Battalion Rifle Brigade) 7th Middlesex chromolithograph from the book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Victorian Chromolithograph The Queens Own Royal Regiment Framed Picture A fantastic original Queens Own Royal Regiment (Staffordshire Yeomanry) chromolithograph from the 1890 book ‘Her Majesty’s Army’. Mounted and framed. Measuring 15” by 12”.
Vintage 1950’s Navy Doll Toy An 1950’s sailor doll, made of plastic and with felt clothes. The eyes close when he’s laid down. The headband on his headwear says HMS Victory. He has some age related wear, but all in all in good condition. The doll stands at 6” tall.
Vintage Australian Navy Deck Knife A fantastic vintage Australian navy deck knife in leather sheath. The blade is flat and sharpened on one side. The handle is solid and is retained by 3 metal pins. The blade is unmarked with light wear and measures 5” long and the 2 piece handle measures 4” long. The handle has a lanyard hole at the base. The leather sheath is still solid with expected wear on the rear, it also has a belt loop.
Vintage French Army Warrant Officers Kepi A vintage French military warrant officers kepi. Circa 1950 - 1960’s. The embroidered piping is all complete and intact. The hat is in very good condition and outer suede is unmarked. Size 55. The maker is Havitex of Mulhouse.
Vintage Large Toy Canon Artillery Piece A bit of a curious one this. There are no makers marks anywhere. It appears to be a scratch built Toy Canon from around the 1950’s. It’s mostly Tin but with a wooden housing block. The pull back firing action works perfectly well and the wheels turn freely. The screw retaining the gun to the mount has at some time in its life been replaced, the barrel moves freely up and down. All in all a charming and uncommon piece. Measuring 12” long by 6” tall.
Vintage Pair Of Brass Canons A vintage pair of brass canons. The barrels are removable and the wheels turn. 8" long by 3 1/2" tall and 4" wide.
Vintage RAF Air Electrics AE Cloth badge RAF Brevet - AE (Air Electronics) Half-Wing Padded Embroidered Air Force Branch Badge. 3” by 2”.
Vintage USMC Garrison Cap with screw in badge A nice example of a vintage USMC United States Marine Corp garrison cap with screw in badge. It’s size 7 and in very good condition. Made by Airline Instruments Inc. It has the name ‘P. Vannatten’ stamped inside.
West German Air Force / Luftwaffe Peaked Cap A west German Air Force / Luftwaffe peaked cap with metal badge. Size 55 and in very good condition.
WW1 1914 British Army Sam Browne Leather Belt A superb date stamped 1914 British army Sam Browne leather belt. The tan leather is in excellent condition with no splits or cracks. The brass buckle, studs, loops and hanger are all also in excellent condition. The shoulder strap is also in remarkably good condition. Above the date stamp is the makers stamp ‘Pulley & Powell’. The belts inside is stamped with the military mark and with the number 11 stamped beneath. The belt measures 46” end to end.
WW1 1914 Fabric Map of Europe at the Outbreak of War A 1914 fabric map of Europe at the start of the Great War. Originally printed by the Manchester Guardian newspaper the fabric map was produced for sale in late 1914. Each corner of the map has a British flag with either a French, Belgian and a Russian flag. For its 104 years it’s in very good condition. The fabric has browned and has minimal tarnishes or stains. Only one corner has a slight tear. The item measures 26” wide by 19” deep.
WW1 Army Service Corp Sweetheart Brooch A WW1 Army Service Corp silver and tortoise shell sweetheart brooch. Stamped ‘Patent’ on the back. Hallmarked London 1916. 1” diameter.
WW1 British No 20 Mk1 Rifle Grenade Inert Inert WW1 British No 20 Mk 1 rifle grenade. The rifle grenade No 20 Mk I, is a simplification of the rifle grenade No 3, making it more economic and simple to manufacture, without scarifying anything on the safety side. Both the externally pre-fragmented steel body and the internal percussion detonator mechanism remain unchanged, but the safety wind vane is replaced by a simple sliding releasing socket pulled back by the departure momentum, blocked at rest by a safety pin. In superb condition given its age. The total length is 13” and 1 1/2” wide.
WW1 British Postcard If I Once Get Hold A WW1 postcard If I Once Get Hold. Used. Slight fold on top left corner.
WW1 Bronze Ordnance Factory Powder Scoop / Measure A WW1 ordinance factory scoop / measure made of bronze. The scoop bears the WD and military crows foot stamps along with the decommissioned reverse stamp. Bronze was used in ordinance factories as it’s a non sparking metal, therefore being a much safer material for the loading of gunpowder into large artillery shells. The scoop is large and weighs in at 1.8kgs. It measures 16” long by 7 1/2” wide at its mouth. The patina is fantastic with deep dark colours. A great piece of industrial military history.
WW1 Coldstream Guards Picture Frame Trench Art A WW1 Coldstream Guards picture frame. The frame is of a white metal construction (tin or aluminium) in the Coldstream Guards badge design. The photo in the frame is original, showing a young Guardsman in WW1 uniform. The picture within the frame has a slide in glass front, both sit in a pocket at the frames rear. The frame measures 13cm by 13cm. An interesting and unique piece.
WW1 Death Penny/ Plaque Charles White A WW1 bronze death plaque honouring a Charles White. The war records show numerous listings for Charles White.
WW1 Death Plaque / Penny Harry Warner A WW1 bronze death plaque in honour of a Harry Warner. The war records show 2 entries: Private 22256 Duke Of Cornwall’s Light Infantry Died 23.07.1916 Private 45938 Wellington Regiment New Zealand Died 04.10.17 The back of the plaque / penny has been scored, presumably to be mounted onto a backing or frame at some point.
WW1 French Veterans Brass Adrian Helmet Plate “Soldat De La Grande Guerre” A brass WW1 Veteran of the Great War Adrian helmet plate. The Plate has “Soldat De La Grande Guerre 1914 - 1918” embossed onto it. The Plate fits on the French Adrian helmets peak identifying the soldier as a WW1 veteran. Many were engraved with the soldiers name. This is an unengraved model. The plate is a convex 20cm across.
WW1 German Medal Pair Iron Cross (2nd class) and Honour Cross A pair of WW1 German medals. Iron cross 2nd class and the combatants Honour Cross. Both mounted and with original ribbons. The German Honour Cross has C. TH. D. stamped on the reverse. A nice little set.
WW1 German Wire Cutters DRGM World War 1 German Wire cutters. These are the standard issue short size. The wire cutters are nicely marked with 'D.R.G.M.' (Deutches Reich Gebrauchs Muster). The cutters open and close smoothly. They measure 14” long by 4” wide.
WW1 Machine Gun Corps Sweetheart Brooch WW1 Machine Gun Corps sweetheart brooch. Silver and tortoise shell. This particular one has had a safety chain fitted and the word ‘Patent’ stamped on the rear of the silver collar. The safety chain has been attached over the majority of the hall marks but the year letter is still visible 1916. 1” diameter.
WW1 Pair Brass RFA Royal Field Artillery Titles A pair of WW1 RFA shoulder titles. Both come with retaining pins. One of the pair has come to me highly polished and the other is uncleaned. The unpolished one also has a slight bend between the F and the A. They measure 1 3/4”
WW1 Pair War & Victory Medals M Gallagher Royal Field Artillery A bar mounted pair of WW1 War and Victory medals awarded to Driver DVR M Gallagher Royal Field Artillery RA 43989. The medals are on their original ribbons. The rank ‘driver’ was initially used in the Royal Artillery for the men who drove the teams of horses which pulled the guns. It was phased out after the First World War, when all Royal Artillerymen of the lowest rank were redesignated as gunners.
WW1 Pioneers Brass Badge A WW1 Pioneers brass badge of the crossed axes on original card. The rank of Pioneer was introduced in the Royal Engineers in 1913 owing to a shortage of tradesmen. The pioneers were responsible for maintaining trenches installing barbed wire, installing duck boards, building bridges, laying communication cable and communication trenches. As well they constructed buildings, created and maintained roads for artillery and mules. They were not a labour battalion. Most of their work was done at night.
WW1 Royal Engineers Sweetheart Brooch A WW1 Royal Engineers silver and tortoise shell sweetheart brooch. Stamped ‘Patent’ on the back. Hallmarked London 1916. 1” diameter.
WW1 Royal Field Artillery Sweetheart Brooch A WW1 Royal Field Artillery silver and tortoise shell sweetheart brooch. Stamped ‘Patent’ on the back. Hallmarked London 1916. 1” diameter.
WW1 Royal Navy Sweet Heart Brooch WW1 silver and tortoise shell Royal Navy sweet heart brooch. Stamped ‘Stirling’ on the back. 1” diameter.
WW1 Tank Corps Brass Cap Badge An excellent WW1 Tank Corps ‘other ranks’ cap badge in brass. The badge is in very good condition and has both lugs intact at the rear, and with a retaining pin.
WW1 Trench Art .303 Bullet Posy Holder A very nice little WW1 trench art posy holder made from a .303 bullet case. The piece is 6cm tall by 7cm wide.
WW1 Trench Art Bullet Fountain Dip Pen A WW1 trench art brass bullet fountain dip pen. The body is made of 2 shell casings soldered together. Both bullet heads are removable, one to turn around to reveal the nib, the other to house spare nibs or matches maybe. The overall length is 16cm. The nib housing has light rust. A unique piece.
WW1 Trench Art Lighter A fantastic WW1 trench art lighter. It’s a 3 piece brassed metal crudely made into a working petrol lighter. The body has a few small dings and dents as to be expected for its age. It measures 2 1/4” long by 1” wide.
WW1 Trench Art Pair of Brass Ladies Boots A pair of WW1 trench art ladies boots fashioned from brass shell casings. The boots have nice detailing on them and are supported by a fixed arm at their rear. They each measure 12cm long by 8cm tall.
WW1 Trench Periscope Mk IX by R & J Beck Ltd 1918 A WW1 trench periscope. Made by R&J Beck Ltd, it is date stamped 1918 and is a Mk IX and numbered: 22763. The periscope works well, if a little fuzzy, and the focus adjuster works well. It measures 23” in height and 3” wide. A fantastic piece of working WW1 history.
WW1 US Army Bausch & Lomb Binoculars in Leather case Cased Pair of WW1 U.S. Army Signal Corps binoculars by Bausch & Lomb. In their original brown leather case with working integral compass in the lid. The binoculars work excellently and have their original neck strap. The leather in parts is a little worn. The closing strap on the date stamped 1918 case is damaged. A very collectable piece in good overall condition.
WW1 Victory Medal to Seaman C Jeffery RNR WW1 Victory medal to Seaman C Jeffery Royal Naval Reserves 3284C
WW2 1943 British Army Jack Clasp Knife By Wilson Of Sheffield A WW2 British military Jack / Clasp knife dated 1943 with ‘Wilson’ stamped underneath the date. The knife consists of a main blade and a can opener / bottle opener. Closed length 9 1/2cm, open length 15 1/2cm. The knife is in overall good uncleaned condition.
WW2 ARP Whistle On Leather Cord J Hudson & Co A WW2 ARP Whistle for use during the German bombing raids over Great Britain. It’s manufactured by J Hudson & Co of Birmingham. It measures 3” in length. There is some age related rubbing to the plating. Whistles perfectly.
WW2 British Army Brodie Helmet by F&L 1940 A fantastic WW2 British Army Brodie helmet, stamped 1940 F&L. In fully original condition, complete with liner and strap. The makers F & L= Fisher & Ludlow Ltd of Birmingham. 1939 - 1942. A nice collectors piece.
WW2 British Folding Barbed Wire Cutters 1944 A pair of WW2 British military issue folding wire cutters. They are stamped with the crows foot mark and the year 1944. The number 256 is also stamped above the date. The spring mechanism works perfectly and they fold and unfold as they should. The open length is 14” and the folded length is 11”.
WW2 British No 199 Mk IV Fuse Anti Aircraft 3.7” A WW2 British No 199 Mk IV Time Fuse For The British 3.7 Inch Anti-aircraft Gun. This is a fired example. The 3.7” anti-aircraft gun was the standard heavy anti-aircraft gun used from 1938 throughout WW2. The No 199 fuse was the first fuse used with this gun and was superseded by the clockwork fuse which was in turn was superseded by the proximity fuse. This fuse is stamped: No199IVRL10/39 RL2/40 1069. There is also a stamped crown on the brass collar. The nose cone is heavily pitted and the base shows the blast damage. It measures 4 1/2” tall by 2 1/4” wide
WW2 Bronze US Navy Compass A WW2 US Navy bronze compass. It has 'Forward' and 'Aft' stamped on the base along with the code: 41AA/49. The compass inner ring (face) is 4" in diameter. Overall It measures 9" long and 6 1/2" high by 7" wide. This is a heavy piece weighing in at 5kg. Please email me with regards to the cost of shipping.
WW2 Devonshire Regiment Cap Badge A WW2 Devonshire Regiment cap badge in bi-metal. The badge is in good condition. It measures 5cm by 4 cm. The bi-metal cap badge was worn by the battalion from between 1903 until the late 1950’s.
WW2 F. Barker & Son 1939 Compass MK IX A superb WW2 F. Barker & Son compass MK IX 1939. The compass works perfectly and is in great condition. The back is stamped MK IX with the crows foot mark, B 9420, F. Barker & Son (1932) Ltd, London, 1939. A quality, fully working piece of WW2 field history.
WW2 German Civic Police Helmet M34 A WW2 German civic police m34 helmet without liner. The German Police (Deutsche Polizei) utilized lightweight "civic" model helmets while working in hazardous situations. These were worn for the purpose of protecting the head during regular duty when the weight of a combat helmet was not needed. The reference to "civic" stems from modern collector terminology that is used to distinguish these lightweight helmets from those used in combat. This is a steel version and still has its 4 liner attachment lugs present. Sadly the decals / transfers have been scratched off at some point. The helmet still has most of its original black paint.
WW2 German K98 Bayonet With Scabbard Carl Eickhorn Solingen A very good WW2 German Mauser K98 bayonet by Carl Eickhorn. The bayonet is a 3rd pattern with slab grips. The bayonet is stamped S/172 G on one side and numbered 6033 d on the reverse. The bayonet blade still retains much of its bluing and the release stud works perfectly. The scabbard is stamped S/178 G on one side and numbered 2286 o on the reverse. The scabbard is in good condition with no dents. ****Non UK residents please email me for postage prices****
WW2 German Luftwaffe Sports / PT Vest Embroidered Cloth Badge A WW2 German Luftwaffe sports/PT embroidered vest cloth badge. It has black embroidery on a white pendant backing. These were sewn onto physical training and sports vests. This badge has been previously unpicked from a vest and comes in as found condition. There is some small red marks. A fantastic original piece. The embroidered badge measures 10” long by just over 5” high.
WW2 German Nazi Party Pin Badge M1 / 34 RZM A very good condition late WW2 German Nazi party badge. NSDAP. Made by Karl Wurster. The reverse is stamped M1/34 with RZM in a circle. The badge has a 22mm diameter.
WW2 German Nazi Tinnie Badge Labour Day 1 Mai 1937 A WW2 German Nazi party 1937 Labour / work day Tinnie or badge. The badge is made from aluminium alloy with a pin fastening at the rear. The rear is maker stamped ‘Bockle & Co Nachf’ and ‘Geringswalde SA’ The diameter is 3.5cm.
WW2 German Nazi Tinnie Badge Labour Day 1 Mai 1938 A WW2 German Nazi party 1938 Labour / work day Tinnie or badge. The badge is made from aluminium alloy with a pin fastening at the rear. The rear is maker stamped ‘R Rasenmayer JR’ and ‘Pforzheim’ The diameter is 3.5cm.
WW2 German Nazi Tinnie Badge Labour Day 1 Mai 1939 A WW2 German Nazi party 1939 Labour / work day Tinnie or badge. This was the last year of the labour day badges produced with the onset of war. The badge is made from aluminium alloy with a pin fastening at the rear. The rear is maker stamped ‘M. Kutsch’ and ‘Attendorn I W’ The diameter is 3.5cm.
WW2 Japanese Invasion Money Malaysia 10 Dollar Note WW2 Japanese government issue invasion money, issued from 1942 until the allies recaptured Malaya in 1945. Uncirculated. Has slight age related browning.
WW2 Leather Helios 5” Mk V Case A WW2 leather and webbing Helios 5” Mk V case. The case bares the makers initials L.A.M. and is in very good condition with expected light markings. The leather closing buckle is fully functional and in excellent order. The webbing strap is also in excellent condition with no holes or tears. The case measures 10” long by 7 1/4” wide and 4” deep.
WW2 Nazi Black Wound Badge A WW2 German Nazi Black wound badge award. These were issued to soldiers injured once or twice as a result of hostile action. The black grade was stamped from sheet brass, later steel, and was painted matt or semi-matt. It has a hollow back with a needle pin. They were rarely stamped (15-20%) with a makers mark, but if one was present it would be on the reverse. Because of the decline in materials late war badges of this grade often tended to rust.
WW2 Parlez-Vous English to French Phrasebook and Dictionary for Soldiers A WW2 1942 pocket paperback English to French phrasebook and dictionary for troops. 96 pages in total with a final part for basic German. In good condition with expected fading and slight signs of wear, no pages missing and with a small scuff at the top of the spine. A fantastic bit of WW2 ephemera. The book measures 13.5cm tall by 10cm wide.
WW2 RAF Pilot Officer Shoulder Titles With Volunteer Reserve in Training Brass Badges A pair of original WW2 RAF Pilot Officer shoulder titles with brass VR T (volunteer reserve in training) collar badges attached. These were worn in shirt sleeve order overseas.
WW2 RAF Volunteer Reserve Collar Badges Pair VR A pair of WW2 RAF Volunteer Reserve Brass collar badges. Both badges have their folding retaining pins. They each measure 1 1/2cm by 1cm. They both have age related wear on the letters and are in good condition.
WW2 RAF Volunteer Reserve Collar Badges Pair VR A pair of WW2 RAF Volunteer Reserve Brass collar badges. One of the badges only has one of its two retaining pins. Otherwise both are in good condition with only age related wear. They measure 1 1/2cm by 1cm.
WW2 RAF Volunteer Reserve Training Metal Pair Blazer Buttons A pair of white metal RAF VR T (Volunteer Reserve in Training) blazer buttons. Made by J R Gaunt & Son London. They have a diameter of just under an inch. Very unusual.
WW2 US Army Veterans Overseas Garrison Cap with Ruptured Duck Patch WW2 US Veterans garrison cap with Ruptured Duck Patch. More formally called the Honourable Service Lapel Patch, the "Ruptured Duck" was given to those members of the U.S. military who were honorably discharged during WWII. Very good condition.
WW2 US Veterans Garrison Cap with Ruptured Duck Badge WW2 US Veterans garrison cap with Ruptured Duck Patch. More formally called the Honourable Service Lapel Patch, the "Ruptured Duck" was given to those members of the U.S. military who were honorably discharged during WWII. Size is 6 3/4. Very good condition.