WW2 Grenadier Guards Officer's Bronzed Brass Rank Stars
Recently removed from a moth eaten Grenadier Guards officer's 1940 pattern great coat (bronze types worn on great coats), also managed to save some of the buttons, the great coat was discovered along with a heavily mothed BD belonging to the same officer, one pip is still held firm with an old match, period done. read more
3rd Volunteer Battalion Border Regiment Waist Belt Clasp
Scarce white metal 3rd Volunteer battalion WBC, missing its central star & garter device. read more
Pre-1952 Kings Own Scottish Borderers Waist Belt Plate
A fresh to the market KOSB waist belt plate still with its original belt fittings, has been left as found and not cleaned, a pre-WW2 example.
Brass plate measures 87mm x 73mm. read more
1942 Dated Indian-Made British Army Issue Kit Bag
A well used, shed found Indian-made kit bag bearing a very faint 1942 Agra ink stamping, it's a bit grubby but this is compensated for by having skilfully applied serviceman's details, needs a good airing. read more
WW1 period Sweetheart Photo Button Brooch
A WW1 period white metal 24mm diameter button converted to a sweetheart photo brooch, the brass ring which secures the glass in place can easily be removed with your finger nail. read more
WW2 ''Save The Peace'' Pin Badge
A 1 inch diameter ''Save the Peace'' badge, just requires a straight or safety pin, small area of blistering to rear. read more
British Officer's Special Pattern Field Boots
A good looking pair of British officer's special pattern field boots as worn by Royal Artillery officer's, also much favoured by senior staff including His Majesty King George VI.
The size 8 1/2 boots have been left as found and not polished at this stage, they would look superb after a quick brushing. The uppers are in very good order with all stitching intact, the small leather straps ... read more
Superb 1945 Airborne Troops Denison Smock
An excellent condition 2nd pattern Denison smock by Frankenstein & Sons, retains wonderful strong colours, with its working ''Dot'' half zip & pull tab, intact monkey tail, a legible label and all of its original ''Newey'' fasteners. A faint WD acceptance stamp present with Z code for 1945.
The label states being a size 1 (smallest) but all smocks are cut & manufactured much larger than ... read more