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Rare WW1 German 84/98 Pattern Bayonet (Move-Werk, Square Fullers,1915 only)A rare variant of the Imperial German 2nd type 84/98 pattern bayonet that was in production for only one year that being 1915, this untouched example bears the makers name Walter & Co along with the rarely encountered Move-Werk stamping.
This limited production run by the above mentioned maker has the unique feature of having square fullers and the round cleaning hole in the grips.
The 10 inch blade which is dated 15 (1915) on the spine is in very good order along with the walnut grips, the flash guard has some light indentation due to being used to knock things in (commonly seen), the steel scabbard is free from dents and retains it throat screw, the pommels press stud is now solid but may just require some oiling.
This most pleasing bayonet retains its original brown leather frog and Troddel/Knot with both items now displaying lovely age related wear ( one strap broken), the one side of the frog has split stitches but held firmly together by the metal rivet.
A nice bring back item and a rare bayonet.
Sorry UK sale only and must be over 21 years of age.
Please forward age related ID when placing order (will not be dispatched without proof of age) , many thanks.
Code: 50750Price: 230.00 GBP
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Code: 50751Price: On Request
WW1 RFC Officer's Portrait PhotographA fine image of a young, fresh faced Royal Flying Corps officer, the photo has obviously been cut down to fit an oval shaped frame.
Named on the reverse side` Islwyn'
Size approx. 5 3/4 x 3 3/4 inches.
Code: 50749Price: 25.00 GBP
1940 Air Ministry / RAF Petroleum Tin CanA recently discovered 1940 dated Air Ministry issue petroleum tin can that was still being used to transport fuel, the underside of the can bears the company name of Valor, there is some superficial surface rust present along with a few light indentations (one larger on corner) but remains very presentable, no holes (water tested), the red paint finish appears to be the only applied coat but uncertain if original wartime or a later application.
Please study images in regards to condition.
Now becoming quite difficult to source.
Sorry UK Sale only.
Code: 50746Price: 50.00 GBP
WW1 Imperial German Water BottleA good example of a WW1 Imperial German enamelled water bottle that still retains the original stopper and corduroy style cover, the poppers are still in good working order and the bottle with good enamelling.
The belt hook now absent.
Code: 50744Price: 85.00 GBP
1943 British 37 Pattern Webbing Binocular Case with StrapAn excellent unissued example bearing the makers name of Finnigans Ltd along with the year of manufacture 1943.
Small white blemish seen above the press stud is now gone, chalk mark.
Code: 50745Price: 35.00 GBP
Victorian Period Mystery Belt (Grenadiers / Fusiliers/ French 2nd Empire?)I acquired this Victorian period belt a couple of years ago from a gentleman who undertakes general house clearance, he stated that it was found filthy dirty in the bottom of a wooden box and that he gave it a quick rub over.
The back plate measures 72mm across and 57mm high, the flaming bomb device measures 47mm across and 55mm high, the badge is still firmly secured to the plate with its original crank necked pin (now slightly rusty).
The buff leather belt which would fit a size 38 inch waist bears numerous internal ink stamps and additional made holes.
I have failed to confirm whether this pattern of buckle is British Grenadiers / Fusiliers or French 2nd Empire ? as not seen another, possibly a rarity?.
Please study images in regards to condition.
Code: 50742Price: 90.00 GBP
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Code: 50743Price: On Request
WW1 German Gewehr (K) 98 Sniper ScopeA fresh to the market Imperial German Gewehr (K) 98 sniper scope which bear the makers name of OIGEE of Berlin along with the model type being a LUXOR 3 (no.69840).
This well used scope retains excellent optics considering its age and usage, the cross hair remains in perfect condition, there is one minor edge chip to the eye piece lens (due to period impact) but does not impede on the optics at all.
The top adjustment dial bears the Prussian style 1 to 10 configuration which is now just discernible, still in good working order.
Scope only, no mounts.
RAF Cape Leather Pilots Flying GlovesAn unissued pair of early post-war RAF pilots cape leather flying gloves that remain in excellent soft/supple condition, the white/cream coloured gloves are unlined and bear the Air Ministry store reference numbers/code 22c/1124 along with a size stamp 9.
This pattern of flying glove were worn by wartime pilots who were still in service just after wars end (WW2).
Stunning condition, slight discolouration due to storage, still stitched together.
2nd of 3 pairs that I acquired.
Code: 50740Price: 60.00 GBP
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