WW1 - British and Allies
BRITISH WWI OFFICERS MAKER MARKED AND DATED SAM BROWNE BELT.
Excellent condition service used Sam Browne officers waist belt complete with all its loops, strapping and fitments, marked 'R.W.Stiby 1917'. Condition: read more
BRITISH WWI OFFICERS SAM BROWNE WAIST BELT AND CROSS STRAP.
A lovely rich deep brown WWI officers waist belt and cross strap, complete with its runner, all D rings present for the attachment of equipment. read more
FRENCH WWI CHAUCHAT MACHINE GUN.
A good display worthy example of the French WWI machine gun known as the Chauchat. This has been part battlefield recovered and does have light corrosion overall, it is complete with its original magazine that also shows signs of corrosion, its bipod, the wooden steadying handle forward of the wood grip is a replacement, there is a wood grip also a replacement as is the wood stock. The bipod le... read more
BRITISH WWI ENLISTED RANKS MOUNTED BREECHES.
An excellent pair of enlisted ranks ribbed quality material mounted breeches worn by ammunition trains, Royal Field Artillery and any other of the horse mounted troops. Beautiful condition, a shadow on the rear seat area where the original paper label was affixed, leather strengthener pads to the inside of the lower thigh area, angled pockets, two only of the zinc buttons remaining of the six f... read more
BRITISH WWI MAXIM GUN RAZOR.
A highly interesting collectible item relating to the Maxim gun, a British made cut throat razor, etched into the blade 'The Maxim Razor' with an etched outline of the Maxim gun to the centre. Manufactured by 'J.Underwood Cutlery, Barrow in Furness. Barrow in Furness is a town in Northern England, we have no history on the purposes of this razor, the British Government were the first purchasers... read more
BRITISH WEBLEY & SCOTT AUTOMATIC PISTOL HOLSTER.
A very fine and rare holster, which we believe to be for the Webley & Scott 7.65.32 automatic pistol of highly unusual construction, from the exterior the brown leather is identical to British made leather holsters but when opening the holster the lettering on both the inside of the flap and the main body and of the inside of the flap of the magazine portion is all in Arabic, there is a possibi... read more
IMPERIAL RUSSIAN GUARD DU CORPS ENLISTED RANKS COCKADE.
The very rare large size cockade for the enlisted ranks Russian Guard du Corps helmet. Maroon and white. read more
SHARPS FIREARMS BY FRANK SELLERS.
Disposing from our own library, 345 pages of top quality information, photographs of all the variation of weapons and cartridges produced by the Sharps Firearms Company from 1849 onwards. Complete with its dust cover, which is torn but it is complete. Published 1978, this printed 1988. read more
BRITISH WWI ROYAL NAVAL AIR SERVICE TYPE FLYING HELMET.
A black leather flying helmet with a faux fur lining with an English maker's label to the inside, with a complicated press stud chin cover. The overall condition is good and supple with just a little flaking to the black leather. Condition: read more
U.S. BRITISH USED WWI BAYONET.
The Remington 1917 sword bayonet, the blade with its original profile, it has been sharpened for combat service, slight dulling to the blade but generally good. Wood grips excellent, all blued finish remaining to the top pommel and cross guard. The top of the blade is marked with U.S. and flaming grenade, dated '1917' with 'Remington' within a circle. All fitted into its green leather scabbard ... read more