Sam Browne Variant Leather Holster
An excellent condition Sam Browne variant leather holster for a Webley type revolver, this non-maker marked example has the early style rear tongue with brass stud used for securing the holster in position whilst fitted on the SB belt.
What is slightly different on this variant is the double brass D - rings giving the wearer the option of having it waist or shoulder slung.
All sti... read more
Scarce Early WW2 ARP 68A Austerity Pattern Beret
A scarce and well used early wartime ARP 68A Austerity pattern beret of multi-piece construction, first introduced in July 1941 and continued to be worn throughout the war years.
Even with some surface wear to the dark blue serge wool this early pattern beret remains a very desirable item of Civil Defence headwear.
Internally, the black cotton liner has a slight sheen to it sugge... read more
1942 British Airborne 2'' Mortar Ammunition Leg Bag
A scarce 1942 dated 2 inch mortar ammo drop valise/leg bag, designed to carry four mortar rounds whilst strapped to the paratroopers leg.
The webbing bag is in excellent unissued condition with all three quick-release fasteners present and in working order, dirt mark present on rear.
An early piece of Airborne/Paratroop equipment. read more
WW2 British Armourer's / Artificer's 37 Pattern Tool Roll
An unissued and seldom encountered British-made Armourer's/Artificer's 10 pocket tool roll, clearly stamped M&S 1945 and in excellent condition.
Please note that in the 3rd image there is a dark looking mark in the top corner, this is merely sun shadow and not a stain.
Size when un-rolled 30 1/2 inches x 12 1/2 . read more
WW2 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH)
A pair of embroidered red/white diced and green ended A&SH flashes that belonged to a decorated officer (D.S.O winner) a veteran of the North Africa campaign during WW2.
Both flashes are in wonderful condition and clearly uniform removed, nice paper backed examples, now difficult to find, they were recently discovered in a house clearance along with other items that belonged to the same ... read more