Late Victorian Junior Army & Navy Stores Ltd Aldershot Codd Bottle
A late Victorian pictorial glass Codd bottle embossed with ''Junior Army & Navy Stores Ltd' 'and the name of the regional town ''Aldershot'', along with a lion above a crown and a five pointed star within a starburst.
The rear bears the bottle makers name ''William Barnard & Sons, London'', a good condition bottle that still retains its marble, no damage apart from a micro chip to top ri... read more
WW2 Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (A&SH)
A pair of embroidered red/white diced and green ended A&SH flashes/formation signs 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, they were recently discovered in a house clearance along with other items belonging to the same officer.
The other items seen in... read more
1943 Pattern RAF Escape Boots
An excellent matching pair in a good size 9, the suede uppers are in wonderful condition with all their fleece lining still intact, one liner with a small concealed pocket for the folding blade escape knife, good working zips.
Good original soles with typical/usual amount of service wear.
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WW2 Argyll & Sutherland Officer's Kilt Pin
Recently discovered along with other items that belonged to a decorated WW2 A&SH officer, a veteran of the North Africa campaign.
Approx.87mm in length.
The other items seen in the last image are for reference only and not part of this sale. read more
Rare Pre-1801 Georgian Officer`s Gorget
A rare Georgian officer`s copper gilt gorget engraved with pre-1801 Royal arms and surmounted with the letters G and R, the shoulders engraved with Roman/Grecian style helmet and trophy of arms.
This well polished example has lost all of its fire gilding with only minute traces still present near the eyelets, the finely engraved detail to the Royal arms and shoulders has also suffered sl... read more
Rare George III 2nd Lifeguards 1812 Pattern Cavalry Helmet Plate (Waterloo Period)
An incredibly rare Peninsular war/ Battle of Waterloo period 2nd Lifeguards 1812 pattern cavalry helmet plate, this helmet removed plate was constructed from Die-stamped brass with a gilt fired finish, this finish now showing some age related wear especially to the high spots.
The 2nd Lifeguards was a cavalry regiment of the British army, part of the Household cavalry and famous for thei... read more