A good well used pair of the A9A sheepskin mittens, complete with their original ‘U.S.Army’ label marked ‘Large’.
The typical U.S. T handled entrenching tool issued in 1910 and used throughout WWII until its eventual replacement by the 1943 pattern folding entrenching tool. Generally good condition overall, some of the olive drab paint loss to the wooden haft and to the handle but good overall without any corrosion .’US’ stamped to both the metalwork and the handles.
A very hard to find item of Russian WW I equipment being the scarce early version with the leather riveted frame cover. The cover is in good supple condition. The entrenching tool itself is of typical Russian low quality, some evidence of cleaned corrosion with a clear date of ‘1915’ to the blade section of the entrenching tool, very typical of Russian items being reissued from the White to the Red Army in the Second World War.
A lightweight tropical tunic in the Scottish cut away style, fully lined to the interior worn by a Lieutenant in the Transvaal Scottish. Rare shoulder titles, black embroidered on yellow background, the orange red tabs attached to the epaulettes indicate overseas service. Transvaal Scottish gilded matching collar badges with SA titles to the lower part of the collar in brass. Medal ribbons comprise Italy Star, British War & Defense Medal and an extra South African award. All Transvaal Scottish buttons, which are of the removable type, some service wear and fraying to the back of the collar and the lower cuffs otherwise stain and damage free.
An unissued example of the map case of good mid brown supple leather with press studs and the original holders to the interior, which are transparent. One small crack to the top of one of the windows within the map case otherwise good with just scuffs and corner knocks. The original matching shoulder strap is with the case.
A very good pair of woollen trigger mittens with elasticity still to the wool, in stored mint condition.
An attractive chain link white metal bracelet with art deco style centre feature showing the applied image of the Polish pilots badge, These bracelets were given as gifts to lady friends.
Polish aviators had these made in Great Britain and give to lady friends. Beautiful fretted white metal bracelet with a large central section of the Polish pilots badge. Engraved to the reverse side ‘Nancy Broadwell 28.4.1917’, this is probably her birth date.
Polish aviators had these made in Great Britain and give to lady friends. A nice chain linked white metal bracelet, art deco style centre with the Polish pilots badge laid over the enamelled chequerboard colours of the Polish Air Force. The reverse side non engraved.
An incredibly detailed brooch in the form of a single seater monoplane, the complete brooch minutely fretted. Complete with revolving propeller 6cm wingspan and pin back brooch fitting.
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