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BRITISH WWI COLT POCKET HOLSTER.

BRITISH WWI COLT POCKET HOLSTER.

A very nice British made all leather holster for the Colt 1902 pocket military pistol, beautifully constructed, all stitching strong with reverse side belt loop.

Code: 81049

350.00 GBP


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BRITISH WWI ROYAL ARTILLERY CAPTAIN’S CUFF RANK TUNIC.

BRITISH WWI ROYAL ARTILLERY CAPTAIN’S CUFF RANK TUNIC.

A well service used cuff rank tunic to a Captain in the Royal Artillery. Good high quality cloth, Royal Artillery bronze officers collar badges fitted. All Royal Artillery matching set of buttons. All cuff rank lace good and intact. Four blue and one red overseas stripe to the lower left hand arm, one wound stripe to the right hand arm. The tunic is of a large size, it has suffered from moth damage on one of the reverse panels, which has been slightly sewn repaired, slight moth above the left hand overseas stripe set and to the upper right hand arm sewn repaired, but still a good visible tunic for mannequin display and priced accordingly.

Code: 81169

725.00 GBP


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BRITISH WWI CAMERONIAN OFFICERS CUFF RANK TUNIC.

BRITISH WWI CAMERONIAN OFFICERS CUFF RANK TUNIC.

A very nice lightweight construction, skeleton lined to the interior Scottish cut away tunic for a Lieutenant Colonel in the Territorial Battalion, The Cameronians. The tunic possibly worn in either the Middle East or southern Europe having all Cameronians regimental black composition buttons. WWI cuff ranking lace to the lower sleeve with one pip and one crown to each cuff. To each collar a star over the Rifle Regiment bugle horn with brass territorial letter ‘T’ below. Evidence of one short medal ribbon bar above the upper right hand pocket, there is a shadow in that area. Service stained, evidence of service wear by minor discoloration and some light staining around the buttonhole area otherwise no damage, no moth and a good upper size. Complete with its false waist belt with ticket aperture, lower bellows pockets without pleats, upper pockets with pleats.

Code: 81177

1280.00 GBP


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CANADIAN WWI MAGAZINE POUCH.

CANADIAN WWI MAGAZINE POUCH.

A very rare magazine pouch set complete with magazines, used by Canadian military and the Canadian mounted police being the three compartment pouch for the magazines of the Colt 1911 pistol. Fully illustrated on the web site of the Canadian Army Military Police 1914-1920 Weapons and Belt Equipment. The pouch in very nice soft and supple leather, all of the stitching strong, both brass securing studs in place, fitted with the three magazines.

Code: 81182

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BRITISH WWI 1ST PATTERN BRODIE HELMET REGIMENTALLY MARKED.

BRITISH WWI 1ST PATTERN BRODIE HELMET REGIMENTALLY MARKED.

A nice rimless 1st pattern Brodie helmet from WWI with the rough cast finish virtually all intact. Minor indentations with double set of insignia, a red Divisional triangle to the front with a rectangular red and black flash on its tip to one side indicating the 2nd Battalion Hampshire Regiment of the 29th Division. The interior liner is good, some light moth to the felt base, complete with its inner rubber ring. All leather cloth to the liner intact, with its original strong chinstrap.

Code: 80637

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BRITISH WWI GENERAL STAFF OFFICERS CAP.

BRITISH WWI GENERAL STAFF OFFICERS CAP.

A nice lightweight floppy style officers cap of WWI, approximately size 56 or 57. Quite interesting with its khaki coloured side buttons and khaki chinstrap. Bronze staff officers lion over crown badge. The interior lightweight brushed cotton sweatband in place with all its upper inner lining stitched in a lozenge style typical of the WWI period also in matching brown brushed cotton. No moth damage or staining. Two minor spots of fatigue to the cloth on the crown, hardly noticeable.

Code: 80992

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BRITISH WWI KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS TRENCH CAP.

BRITISH WWI KINGS ROYAL RIFLE CORPS TRENCH CAP.

A very nice piece of British WWI trench headdress being a cap fully constructed in foul weather canvas, normally these caps are found with a canvas cover, this as stated, fully constructed in the weatherproof canvas material. Created in a Gor Blimey style cap, complete with black chinstrap in the King’s Royal Rifle Corps style with two matching composition bugle horn side buttons, having its red corded officers badge with a bugle horn attached. The main body of the hat underneath the canvas material appears to be a standard form of trench cap with the peak being in pliable canvas with a complete multi stitched neck flap. The interior of the cap has normal brown leather sweatband and multi stitched in a lozenge form padded interior, which has some slight shredding in the crown. We would assume this cap would have been worn in Salonica, Mesopotamia or the Middle East.

Code: 80993

850.00 GBP


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BRITISH WWI ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION/ ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE TROPICAL TUNIC.

BRITISH WWI ROYAL NAVAL DIVISION/ ROYAL NAVAL VOLUNTEER RESERVE TROPICAL TUNIC.

A rare tunic all constructed in khaki drill, the pattern is identical to the army officers cuff rank pattern tunic with four pockets having pleats and flaps, the lower pockets being of the bellow variety. An imitation wide waistband, long pleat at the reverse side, four button closure, open collar style. All of the buttons are of the gilded type of Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. To each lower sleeve is the tropical pattern of Royal Naval rank lace for the rank of sub lieutenant with a red strip below the lace indicating the department of a naval surgeon. According to naval ranks the three most junior ranks in the Royal Navy did not wear the wavy navy RNVR cuff rings until after 1918, which places this tunic between 1914 to 17 only. The closure buttons on the tunic are of the removable type, there are four pre prepared stitch holes to this tunic, which have been ignored and a further three only stitch holes have been prepared for a wearer with a slightly wider chest. The original three of the four holes can be seen adjacent to the closure buttons, the lower button has used its original pre pierced hole. The tunic has no moth or damage, is in excellent condition and historically could have been worn at Gallipoli or the Middle East in the campaign against the Ottoman Empire.

Code: 80995

1050.00 GBP


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BRITISH WWI SNIPER SPOTTING SCOPE.

BRITISH WWI SNIPER SPOTTING SCOPE.

A very good condition three drawer British telescope used by artillery personnel and mainly by snipers assistants. Optic excellent, all three sections drawer. The leather cover to the main body is complete. Marked to the smallest drawer ‘TEL.SIC.MARK 6’ also ‘G.S. R & J Bett Limited, 1915’ with broad arrow mark, also number ‘14997’.

Code: 80997

265.00 GBP


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RUSSIAN WWI ADRIAN HELMET.

RUSSIAN WWI ADRIAN HELMET.

A very fine example of the Russian Adrian helmet, both the plate and the helmet painted in the classic Russian colour. Some slight loss to the paint finish of the crown and of the Adrian style dome. Complete with its leather liner, a small section of the original drawstring and its original leather strap.

Code: 80998

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