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Deluxe Heer Dress Dagger Hangers. A beautiful set to compliment a Heer Dress Dagger.
1914 Field Service Pocket Book 1914 Field Service Pocket Book, complete with all fold out leafs in place and in great condition.
1943 Dated Snow Camo Mittens 1943 Dated Snow Camo Mittens With maker Stamp and WD Stamp. Connecting chord in place
8th Scottish Volunteer Battalion Liverpool Regt. 8th Scottish Volunteer Battalion Liverpool Regt. Helmet badge
92nd (Gordon’s) Pipe Majors Cross Belt Badge An excellent and rare example of a 92nd (Gordon’s) Pipe Majors Cross Belt Badge. Victorian Badge in excellent condition
A.R.P. North East Grouping A.R.P. North East Grouping. Town and County titles of Longbenton and Northumberland. The beret is in fantastic condition, no moth damage, it is dated 1942 (O) but I’m struggling to read most of the rest. The badges are dated 1938 (on the beret) and 1939 and the maker is J C the Initials are those of Sir John Herbert McCutcheon Craig, Deputy Master and Controller of the Royal Mint from 1938, the mark was used until 1942. The First Aid bag is in great condition and a scarce bit of kit.
Aboriginal Digging Club Aboriginal club that is most commonly known as a Digging Club, ￼these were used to root around for grubs but also delivered a hefty blow to an aggressor if needed. Made from Mulga (Acacia Aneura) a small tree or shrub that is native to the outback areas of Australia.
Additional Photos Of Type P Mask Additional photos of mask
Alcoso “Zur Erinnerung an meine Dienstzeit” Etched KS98 Dress Bayonet Simply stunning KS98 dress bayonet with a Klaas etch “Zur Erinnerung an meine Dienstzeit..." beautifully carried out on the blade. The blade rates as mint, showing only scabbard runner marks to the area around the point. The ALCOSO mark is well applied. The scabbard is untouched and shows age related wear. The frog retains almost all of its original patent finish. The yellow/white/yellow trodel is worn and has been on the frog since WWII. A stunning untouched rig that is new to the collector market. Should you wish any further photos then please contact us.
Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) Swagger Stick WW2 era Alexandra, Princess of Wales’s Own (Yorkshire Regiment) Swagger Stick, measures 25”
All In Fighting W.E. Fairbairn First edition printed in 1942 by Faber and Faber Limited and with dust jacket which is complete and in decent condition for its age. A genuinely rare book to find in complete condition.
BENBOW rare WW1 Royal Naval Division 1914-15 Brass Shoulder Title BENBOW very rare WW1 Royal Naval Division 1914-15 brass shoulder title. Good issue on hexagonal flat loops. Battalion so decimated at Gallipoli that it was disbanded in June 1915 before a cap badge could be designed for it.
Bren Gun Snow Camo Cover Dated 1944 Bren Gun Snow Camo Cover Dated 1944 In excellent condition. Scarce piece of kit
British And Commonwealth Bayonets British And Commonwealth Bayonets By Skennerton and Richardson. First Edition. A go to book since it’s publication in 1984 In good all round condition, this has been my working copy.
C.1796-1819 Board of Ordnance India Pattern Bayonet C.1796-1819 Board of Ordnance India Pattern Bayonet. There are some that consider these as an East India Company bayonet, certainly the maker is within timeline. The Board of Ordnance stamp is 19. Socket length is 101mm.
c.1813-1815 India Pattern Brown Bess with Large Collar c.1813-1815 ( Battle of Waterloo )India Pattern Brown Bess with Large Collar Socket length 103mm identifies this pattern Brown Bess bayonet. Board of Ordnance stamp is visible.
Cattaraugus 225Q U.S.Utility Knife Cattaraugus 225Q U.S.Utility Knife WWII
Etched Bayonet 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend This is an original K98iii bayonet from WW2, the extremely well executed etched panels were later applied. These bayonets have become very collectable and depict some of the more infamous Units of the Third Reich. This bayonet depicts the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend which was a German armoured division of the Waffen SS.during WW2. The majority of the enlisted men were drawn from the ranks of the Hitler Youth, the more senior NCO’s and Officers from other Waffen SS divisions. The bayonet is in excellent condition and the etched panels are very well executed. On one side we have 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend on the reverse is Meine Ehre Heisst Treue The pommel bears the Unit logo of the 12th SS Panzer Division Hitlerjugend.
Free French Paratrooper Cap Badge Free French Paratrooper Cap Badge Made from a voided crown WW2 cap badge. Guaranteed genuine.
French Adrian Helmet WW1 French Adrian helmet, lots of original green paint finish still remains, with chinstrap but no liner. RF badge to the front denoting Second French Republic.
French POW Tooth Pick/Ear a wax Scoop Made in the UK by French Napoleonic prisoners of war from cattle bone that was left over from their food. Circa1800 A good example of these multi tools, consisting of a toothpick and ear wax scoop. Decorated as facing bog eyed fish In very good sound condition. French POWs in Dartmoor developed a cottage industry making carved working models and toys including ships and working guillotines, spinning wheels, domino's and dice etc. to sell to help fund their keep.
G Type Helmet Liner and P Type Oxygen Mask G Type Helmet Liner and P Type Oxygen Mask Complete with the metal horseshoe and two chains that connected it the bone dome helmet. The inner side f the mask is correctly marked with the moulded number P3/3A and made by Mine Safety Appliances Co. Ltd of Glasgow. These saw service during the Falklands Conflict.
Generic A Heer Officers Dress Dagger Generic A Heer Officers dress dagger, no maker mark, superb blade, untouched condition, a real sleeper. Beautiful burnt umber grip, photos do lighten it a tad. A beautiful dagger
German Captured French Chassepot M1866 Bayonet German Captured French Chassepot M1866 Unit marked with matching numbers LEFT CROSSGUARD IS UNIT MARKED: 117. L. I. 4. 99 - 117 BATAILLON LANDSTURM INFANTRY REGIMENT VON HORN, TRIER, 3RD RHEINISCHE, 4 KOMPAGNIE, RIFLE RACK NUMBER 99.) Black painted scabbard has matching Unit mark 117. L. I. 4. 99 These German captured bayonets are rare to find and date from the Franco-Prussian or Franco-German if you wish of 19th July 1870-10th May 1871.
German Railways Visor Eagle
Get Tough by Captain W.E. Fairbairn Get Tough by Captain W.E. Fairbairn, First Edition, later printings we’re when he was promoted to Major. Dust jacket broken at the lower spine. The loose leaf prologue come book mark is still in place. A scarce book
GQ(Irvin) RAF Survival Knife Made by Victorinox and supplied by GQ, a parachute manufacturer and supplier to the M.O.D. these knives were part of GQ’s contractual agreement with the M.O.D. The model is the Victorinox “Hunter” and is a survival type knife, equipped with a gutting blade (and corkscrew for the champers if downed!) it has a locking blade operated by the grey plastic lock on the reverse of the logo side. Bottle opener, saw, screwdriver and reamer punch and seeing awl, tweezers and tooth pick! A rare knife that dates from 1995. There is a train of thought that they were an integral part of an ejector seat, so if anyone has information on that please let me know. Thank you to Ron Flook for the photo etc in his superb must have book British and Commonwealth Military Knives.
Haileybury and the Imperial Service College Cap Badge. A scare and original cap badge In 1942, Haileybury and the Imperial Service College (which had itself subsumed the United Services College) merged to become Haileybury and Imperial Service College, now often referred to simply as Haileybury.
Hitler Youth Buckle by Assman Hitler Youth Buckle by Assman Attached to the remnants of a leather belt (as found). Nicely marked to the back of the buckle.
Honour Cross (Combatant0 1914-1918 German Honour Cross (Combatant) 1914-1918
Imperial German EB67 “Ersoc” Erzatz Bayonet Imperial German EB67 “Ersoc” Erzatz Bayonet, made from various socket bayonet blades, this one has the fraktur (Inspection mark) and Kaiser Wilhelm II stamp. Complete with correct pattern scabbard. A rare bayonet from the Ersatz family.
Indian Bitchwa (scorpion tail) dagger. Indian Bitchwa (scorpion tail) dagger. Blade very probably 1700’s and redone early 1800’s. It’s been cleaned so much over the years but I can forgive it that. A very interesting dagger.
Irish Guards “Hate” Belt An Irish Guards belt with 17 cap badges affixed. Badges include a theater made PTI badge, plastic economy Air Training Corps, Middlesex Regiment, RIR, East Surrey Regiment, Rifle Brigade amongst others.
Iron Cross Second Class by J.J. Stahl. Iron Cross Second Class by J.J. Stahl. Three piece construction with iron core. Suspension ring marked 122 (J.J Stahl), complete with original medal packet. 44mm across.
Italian Model 1870/15 Shortened Version Italian Model 1870/15 Marked Brescia. For use with the Veterelli-Vitali rifle.
Italian Model 1891 Italian Model 1891
Italian Truppe Speciali Bayonet Knife bayonet for use on the 6.5 mm. Mannlicher-Carcano M1891 TS Carbine (Moschetto Modello 91 per Truppe Speciali or Carbine M1891 for Special Troops). M1891 TS Carbines were intended for Artillery and Engineers. See comments
JAC (Chapman) P1907 Bayonet JAC (Chapman) P1907 in unmessed condition The Theater made frog is, well just that, but it adds to its originality and history. Scarce maker
John Ek Fighting Knife Pre 1991 John Ek model 3 knife with a 6.5" blade etched with the three war logo of WW2, Korea and Vietnam with crossed knives and Commando RICHMOND VA.U.S.A. The knife measures 12.5" A a brass crossguard, wrapped green paracord for a grip. The sheath is made of green nylon. These knives were made between 1982 and 1991. See comments
KS98 Stag Antler Dress Bayonet By Eickhorn KS98 Stag Antler Dress Bayonet By Eickhorn Stunning blade, showing only scabbard runner marks, Eickhorn hand picked only the best stag antler horn for their dress bayonets, this one is no exception. Red felt insert in place denoting Wehrmacht (Armed Forces),Flak and Police Units. Scabbard showing original black paint.
Lanchester SMG Bayonet Lanchester SMG Bayonet Marked S 294, the Wilkinson Sword ‘ghost number’ for WW2 and later into post war. A relatively scarce chromed version.
Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife, untouched and new to the market. Pommel number 3
Late War Third Pattern Fairbairn Sykes Fighting Knife Late War Third Pattern, feint 2 pommel number, rear of scabbard is stamped 1942.
Legion Of Frontiersmen Pre WW1 Cap Badge Canadian Legion Of Frontiersmen Pre WW1 Cap Badge, a rare badge with the gap in the laurel leaves at the apex.
London District Formation Sign WW2 London District Formation Sign WW2
Luftwaffe Nahkamphmesser (close combat knife). The Luftwaffe Nahkamphmesser (close combat knife). Often referred to as Waffen ** too, that’s as maybe, could be if they purchased a batch (period photos in wear would be good) to prove the often used link. They come marked with the Luftwaffe stick bird as seen on the gravity knife spike, in both 5 and 6 “district marks”. The 5 is always central to the ricasso and the 6 more upper right. Often seen personalised with initials, this one isn’t. Copies abound and are easy to spot. This one is an excellent example of its kind with an extremely well profiled blade, showing no sharpening. Lovely oak grip scales, free of cracks.
M1898 Quilback Bayonet Imperial German M1898 Quilback in a leather scabbard, no shrinkage, scabbard is Regimentally marked.
M1956 Yugoslav Sub Machine Gun Bayonet M1956 Yugoslav Sub Machine Gun Bayonet 95% of bluing remaining.
P1842 (1845 Extra Service) Lovells Catch Socket Bayonet P1842 (1845 Extra Service Musket) Lovells Catch Socket Bayonet made by Highington and Regimentally marked to the 9th Regiment of Foot (Norfolk’s) 2nd Company. 17” blade and in remarkable condition. As said it has the Lovell catch and the sighting groove cut into it too.
P1907 Hooked Quillon Bayonet Here’s a very interesting P1907 hook intact bayonet made in 1908 by Wilkinson with a very nice frog by Hepburn Gale & Ross dated 1915. The scabbard likewise but 1917. Recalled for inspection in 1926 and returned intact, never seen another like it. 100% genuine. Frog is attributed to the 6th Dragoons who did carry the SMLE.
P1925 Bayonet Frog A rare P1925 bayonet frog that started out as khaki then blancoed blue for RAF use. The female press stud is interesting as it only has N B and not Newey, so an early manufacture.
Plastic Economy Border Regiment Cap Badge Plastic Economy Border Regiment Cap Badge
R.A.S.C. Titles & Arm of Service Stripes, WW2 WW2 R.A.S.C. Titles & Arm of Service Stripes
Rare 1856 Pattern Saw-back Pioneer Sword A rare 1856 Pattern Saw-back Pioneer Sword, we are used to seeing saw back bayonets of the period, this being a sword though makes it rather special. Issued to Pioneer Troops within an Infantry Regiment which consisted of about 10 men plus their Sgt or Corporal. This one is marked (scored out) 5. RG. 9 then 4/02 .AU
Reissue German Flak Unit Cut Down Lebel Bayonet Reissue German Flak Unit Cut Down Lebel Bayonet with adapted K98iii frog. These are scarce bayonets.
Royal Engineer Related Hunting Flask Royal Engineer Related Hunting Flask, leather made by Douthwaite Saddlery of Newcastle on Tyne. Flask is perfect without cracks. Named to H. G. Gandy R.E.
S84/98 Saw Back Removed Bayonet S84/98 saw back removed (Imperial German WWI) Scarce bayonet to find
Shooting To Live, W.E. Fairbairn & A.E. Sykes First and only contemporary edition, uncommon. Written by two leading experts in irregular warfare, best known as the inventors of the Fairbairn Sykes fighting knife. Both had formative experiences in Shanghai, Fairbairn as assistant commissioner, Shanghai Municipal Police, Sykes leading their snipers unit. The book "describes methods developed and practised during an eventful quarter of a century and adopted, in spite of their unorthodoxy, by one police organisation after another in the Far East and elsewhere". The text was being reprinted for the US Marine Corps into the 1990s. Octavo. Original green cloth, gilt-lettered spine. Numerous line illustrations to text, many full-page. Spine sunned, touch of foxing to edges of book block and endpapers. A very good copy. Illustrated by Randolph Schwabe, Slade Professor of Fine Art in the University of London, manly from Photographs by Major. F. A. R. Leitao, Shanghai. Dust cover as found. A rare book and only one print run in 1942.
Silver Topped Cavalry Interest Hunting Flask Silver Topped Cavalry Interest Hunting Flask, from the same estate as the pervious hunting flask H.G. Gandy, this one is not named. A rare heavy flask, the silver cap is hallmarked London 1902 and made by Henry Stratford Ltd.
Staff Sgt’s Metal Crowns WW2 Staff Sgt’s Metal Crowns WW2
Staff Sgt’s Metal Crowns WW2 Staff Sgt’s Metal Crowns WW2
Sterling SMG Bayonet An excellent sterile example of a Military issue SMG Bayonet
Sterling SMG Bayonet This is a Sterling SMG bayonet. The blade is dated 1975 and maker marked with the Hopkinson lozenge. It has no other markings and I don’t think it’s moved out of the armoury. Interesting that it’s still got its stores label stating Bayonet No5. As we know the Jungle Carbine was not in use in 1975. Note the difference in colour of the grip scales, this is the norm as they take on their patina with use over time. I have never seen another Hopkinson lozenge marked blade like this. As near to mint as you can get.
Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Highlanders Cap Badge WW2 Canadian Stormont, Dundas & Glengarry Highlanders Cap Badge
Thomas, James Noel, FO (53470), RAF, 613Sqn. Grouping A very rare opportunity to acquire a grouping to a member of 613 Sqn. Thomas, James Noel, FO (53470), RAF, 613Sqn. London Gazette: 20/10/1944:4815. Flying Officer Thomas has participated in a large number of operational missions, including many attacks on road and rail communications behind the enemy's lines in Normandy. His skill and determination are of the highest order and he has contributed in good measure to the successes obtained. In October 1943 the squadron was withdrawn from operations and began to convert to the Mosquito. Fighter-bomber operations began in December 1943. These included at least one of the famous precision missions flow by Mosquito squadrons, when on 11 April 1944 Wing Commander R. N. Bateson led six aircraft in a raid on a five storey building in The Hague being used to store the principle register of the population of the city. The raid was a success, destroyed the records that were being used by the Gestapo to trace the local resistance.
Turkana Ararait Wrist Knife Something a little bit different, ethnographical tribal piece. A Turkana Ararait Wrist Knife, from Kenya These became illegal in 1970 but Warriors continued to wear them.
U.S. Civil War Model 1860 Staff and Field Officers Sword An original U.S. Civil War Model 1860 Staff and Field Officer’s Sword. Typical form with gilted brass hilt comprising an embossed eagle to the front shell guard and to the rear, a plethora of flags, martial trophies and victory wreath. The pommel is decorated with a US eagle and the knucklebow is adorned with floral motifs The grip is wire bound Rayskin. The blade is not maker marked. It is straight and double edged tapering to the point. It is etched with floral decorations, crossed lances and a U.S. eagle. The scabbard is highly polished and has two brass bands one of which has two hanger rings and the lower has one. The drag bears victory flags and lances and a lone star. A couple of dings in the body of the scabbard. Condition overall is excellent, whoever ordered this sword added just about everything they could to make it a statement piece.
Victorian Blackthorn Sword Cane A Victorian Blackthorn Sword Cane. The blade measures 25 1/4” and is fullered, most likely a late 1700’s Spadroon sword blade. Traces of etched work remains on the blade which is secured by a single metal dowel. Blackthorn sword canes are very seldom seen and makes this a rare piece.
Vintage Remus Vendetta Dagger 1950’s Vintage Remus Vendetta Dagger.
Vol 1,2,3 Of Keislings' Bayonets of the World Vol 1,2,3 Of Keislings' Bayonets of the World. Published Circa 1974-76,these were and I believe still are at the forefront of any bayonet collectors library. A superb reference resource with excellent line drawings and no nonsense description and dimensions. The dust covers have suffered over the years and the slightest foxing on vol 1 but they are perfectly serviceable. Vol 4 (brown cover) is missing
Volunteer Aid Detatchment, Kent Territorial Force Titles A rare complete set of Kent Territorial Force Volunteer Aid Detachment shoulder titles of WW1, nice to see the backing plates with these. The Territorial Force was set up in 1908 to augment British land forces. The Voluntary Aid Detachment (VAD) was a voluntary unit of civilians providing nursing care for military personnel in the United Kingdom and various other countries in the British Empire.
Volunteer Artillery Other Ranks Busby Badge Volunteer Artillery Other Ranks Busby Badge completes with original plume.
WW1 Memorial Plaque to James Rutherford WW1 Memorial Plaque to James Rutherford
WW2 Royal Artillery Tam O’ Shanter Very nice early dated 1940,mark is feint, example of a Royal Artillery Tam O’ Shanter at a good size of 7 1/8”. Feint maker stamped by A & J Gelfer of Glasgow. No moth damage.
WWII M4 Bayonet. WWII M4 by Aerial Cutlery Co. in a late war M8A1 scabbard that is personalised with KEV to the rear and SUE to the front, “a man called SUE?” I doubt it but I like personalised pieces.
WWII Parachute Regiment cap badge WWII Parachute Regiment cap badge
WWII Parachute Regiment cap badge WWII Parachute Regiment cap badge