WW2 - British and Allies
BRITISH WWII VICKERS K GUN POUCHES.
A rare set of Vickers K gun pouches with their cross straps. Vickers K guns were mounted on the rear and front of Long Range Desert Group and SAS Jeeps and Chevrolet trucks, these could possibly have been used by one of those organizations. Nice condition. The Vickers K gun initially designed as an aircraft gun had the highest rate of fire of any British machine gun of WWII was converted in ma... read more
BRITISH WWII AMERICAN MADE BATTLEDRESS TROUSERS.
An unissued condition set of U.S. made British battledress trousers. Marked size 3. Tailors label 'Katz & Goldman' dated 'January 2nd 1943'. Unfortunately moth has attacked the crotch area as can be seen by our web images, thus priced accordingly. read more
BRITISH WWII JUNGLE BOOTS.
A super pair of WD Government issue enlisted mans boots specifically designed for the jungle uniform. Standard configuration with strengthened toe, marked WD size 10 to the soles and heels, both of which are fully studded. Maker marked Lotus with clear date 1944? Generally excellent condition, one discoloration stain to the left hand side of the left hand boot. The exterior of the boots are als... read more
BRITISH WWII GRENADIER GUARDS LIEUTENANTS BATTLEDRESS BLOUSE.
A slightly stained and well worn 1945 dated Belgium produced 1940 pattern battledress blouse. Complete with Guards correct rank pips and white on red Grenadier Guards shoulder titles. Dated ‘1945 Brussels’, all details in English, size 13. read more
BRITISH WWII - TELLING A FRIEND MAY MEAN TELLING THE ENEMY - POSTER.
A rare survivor of WWII, an image showing four pairs of friends talking, measuring 76cm x 50cm, printed 1942. Considerable damage and staining, at present protected by plastic, many splits, nevertheless a rare poster. It appears that there are two versions of this poster, one in the top left hand corner showing a Royal Navy man talking with a female, our example shows an RAF man. read more
STARS AND STRIPES NEWSPAPER – HITLER DEAD HEADLINE.
May 2nd 1945 front inside page 2, inner rear page 7 last page 8, folded edition, very dull in colour, very shredded on the four folds and delicate overall, protected by plastic. read more
BRITISH WWII – IS YOUR JOURNEY REALLY NECESSARY - RAILWAY POSTER.
A generally nice condition poster, some slight shredded edges, it has never been folded, protected in plastic at the present time. Published by the Railway Executive Committee. The poster measures 57 x 42cm. read more
BRITISH WWII CIGARETTE PLAYING CARDS.
A nice set of wartime playing cards for Players Navy Cut cigarettes. 52 cards complete with the image of an attractive lady wearing a naval type hat with the tally ‘HMS EXCELLENT’. The case is slightly split in the lid otherwise good. read more
BRITISH WWII ROYAL NAVAL DUFFEL COAT.
A nice clean example of the Royal Naval duffel coat, also seen used in many campaigns by the SAS and the Long Range Desert Group. Slight pinkie colour on this example, with both cuff adjustable tabs present. One single button neck closure tab with studs on the inside of the hood presumably for the fitting of an extra section. Evidence of wear use, undated. read more