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George Medal Geo VI (1st type) Miniature Medal, in silver. Scarce Miniature
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German WWII AfrikaKorps Cuff Title, excellent silver bullion stitch lettering upon an apple green and desert yellow cloth.
Military Badge Collecting by John Gaylor, with original dust cover.
Special Constabulary Long Service Medal (GeoVI) to Sergt Charles F. Galbraith.
British Boer War Era Lead Soldiers (4) in scarlet uniform holding Lee Metford rifles. A nice little squadron of lead painted soldiers.
58th (Rutlandshire) Regiment of Foot Victorian Glengarry Badge of the Pre-Territorial era 1874-1881 (Brass), two lugs. K&K: 519
British Paratrooper EIIR No.1 Officers Dress Uniform at the rank of Captain, with original collar badges etc, named to J.A. McDowell. With trousers and Red Beret with Para EIIR Cap Badge (White-metal) in excellent condition.
WWI/ WWII Medal Ribbon bar (Court Mounted) Including: OBE, Pip Squeak and Wilfred, 1939-1945 Star, Africa Star, Italy Star, Defence and 1939-1945 War Medal etc. Good bar.
Victorian 1845 Infantry Officer’s Sword, regulation gilt hilt with VR and crown to centre. Fish skin grip bound with gilt wire. The scabbard is lightly rusted however the sword and blade are in excellent condition. Scarce
Indian Tulwar Sword late to18th-19th Century.
Imperial Württemberg M89 Cavalry Dragoon Officers Sword, 25. D. 3, 83 etched on the hilt and scabbard and made by: Weyersberg Kirshbaum & Cie, Solingen. Scabbard appears to have been hit by a projectile. A fantastic sword, needs tlc.
Indian Sword Stick, a lovely ebonised wood body, bone handle with a floral design and brass Lion's head on the top. An excellent 19th century sword cane.
Armenian 19th Century Dashuyn Dagger, a beautiful weapon with a green handle and gold relief on the blade and sheath. Sheath needs some restoration.
Chinese Dao 19th to early 20th century two handed weapon. Use by Chinese warriors, probably used all the way through the Boxer Rebellion period and was likely used by skilled swordsmen against cavalry troops, well stamped on the blade, handle needs attention.
French WWI M.1892 Mannlicher-Berthier bayonet, issue number: e 80474, in fair condition.
British M1888 Lee-Metford Bayonet, good markings and the leather on the scabbard is still supple.
German WWI Trench Dagger, a scarce dagger with stag handle, the blade has slightly pulled away from the handle and the belt clip on the sheath has broken away.
Victorian Ceremonial Masonic Sword with engraved blade, leather scabbard with brass fittings.
Royal Signal Corps WWII Camel Crop, an excellent item
German WWII Mauser K98 Bayonet in handmade leather sheath.
Pakistan special forces, Special Service Group Military Bugle with parade cord and toggles. Scarce
American 1950s - 60s Buck 105 Hunting knife
British WWII 1941 Dated Salters Spring, as used by the quarter masters to weigh out rations. 4Lb by 1/2oz , No 1A
WWI Sweetheart Table mat, a lovely silk mat with intricate floral edging, the centre with the British and French flags and 'Souvenir de France'. In a period frame.
Canada - Le Regiment De Hull Cap Badge - Brass KC
British Corps -Royal Army Pay Corps - Bi-Metal KC
South African Infantry Forces WWII forage cap badge (Brass) two lugs
Kings Shropshire Light Infantry - Bi-Metal-Beret Badge
The Royal Scots Fusiliers Victorian Glengarry Badge (Gilding-metal) Two lugs. K&K: 619.
British Corps -Royal Pioneer Corps - Brass KC
The Life Guards 1930s Service Dress Cap Badge, third type with King Edward VIII Cypher. (Brass, voided centre). Though clearly issued, it is unlikely that this pattern was ever worn in service. K&K: 1874
British Shoulder Titles-Royal Warwickshire Regiment - R.Warwickshire (Westlake 780)
British Corps -Royal Army Veterinary Corps - Bi-Metal QC(Pre 1953)
British Shoulder Titles-The Manchester Regiment - Manchester (W1306)
Cavalry/Armoured -Life Guards - QEII-Post 1953 - QC
Machine Gun Corps Rare Original Cap Badge (Gilding-metal, this design was the first type issues and only shows the crossed Vickers without the KC later added, four lugs. Rare
The Duke of Wellington's (West Riding) Regiment Victorian- other rank helmet plate-centre 1881-1901 (Gilding-Metal construction) K & K 324 - four lugs
Scots Guards Sergeant Major's Pipers Badge 1877 onward, Sergeant Pipers (Bronze with gilt central circlet with green enamel) two lugs K&K: 911. A variant of the one listed in K&K and a fantastic Victorian badge, rare.
Coldstream Guards Warrant Officer or Staff Sergeants Puggaree Cap Badge: 1902 (White-metal) lugs, K&K: 900. A fantastic badge Victorian badge.
The Blues and Royal (The Household Cavalry) EIIR Officers Forage Cap Badge, Sixth type (Gilt and enamel, sealed 1953). Two Lugs, K&K: 1884. Rare.
Coldstream Guards 1896 Officers Field Cap Badge (Silver and enamel) slider, K&K: 897. A fantastic badge Victorian badge.
Post-War West German Bundeswehr EM/NCo’s Belt with Buckle with leather tab.
Italian post WWI Associazione Nazionale Combattenti Organisation card, The National Combatants and Veterans Association , in the acronym ANCR , is a moral institution under private law, which associates veterans of the first and second world wars. For service in the 1915-1918 Campaign, No. 532115
British WWI Censor Post Card, unused Field Service Postcard A.F.A. 2042, 114/Gen. No./5248. These postcards were given to injured soldiers and then checked by the censor. Some rust stains.
British 18th Century Ship Wreckage souvenir, a copper tack from the bottom of the Royal George that sun 29th August 1782, She sank undergoing routine maintenance work whilst anchored off Portsmouth on 29 August 1782 with the loss of more than 800 lives, one of the most serious maritime losses to occur in British waters.
Several attempts were made to raise the vessel, both for salvage and because she was a major hazard to navigation. In 1782, Charles Spalding recovered six iron 12-pounder guns and nine brass 12-pounders using a diving bell of his design. An interesting little item.
Replica German belt Buckles-(2) one Officers type. In good condition
H.M.S. Douglas WWII Cap Tally, H.M.S. Douglas was an Admiralty type flotilla leader (also known as the Scott-class) of the British Royal Navy. Built by Cammell Laird, Douglas commissioned in 1918, just before the end of the First World War. During the Second World War, Douglas served with Force H out of Gibraltar and as a convoy escort. She was sold for scrap in March 1945.
HMS Daedalus Sailors Cap Tally, HMS Daedalus was a naval air station, also known as RNAS Lee-on-Solent. The base was opened in 1917 and transferred to the RAF in 1918. It was returned to the successor of the Royal Naval Air Service, the Fleet Air Arm, in 1939. It and various out-stations bore the name HMS Daedalus between 1957 and 1996.
H.M.S. WWII British Royal Navy Service Cap Tally