1939 A.R.P First Aid Box & Contents
An early WW2 A.R.P first aid tin box that still retains its original webbing carrying strap and contents. There is an array of different dressings & bandages, some paper wrapped, un-wrapped, some boxed and clearly stamped 'to Home Office requirements', a tourniquet and even some Epsom salts.
The tin box is in very good working order, some service wear to the lids paintwork finish and mul... read more
Early WW2 British MKIV Special 'T' Mic Service Respirator, Haversack & Accessories (Untouched)
An un-touched, fresh to the market, British MkIV special 'T' Mic service respirator with its original haversack and un-touched accessories, this includes a full tin of tubed anti-gas no.3 ointment (undisturbed since issue), a rarely encountered wad of cotton waste to clean the lens, eye shields and tin of anti-dimming compound (light rusting on eye shield rivets).
Designated the Special ... read more
R.W.A.F.F Officer's Short Sleeve KD Jacket + Lanyard (Attributed)
A fresh to the market, early 1950's Royal West African Frontier Forces Khaki Drill jacket, this large size example is in very good condition and retains wonderful 'Nigeria District' formation signs along with its original black coloured lanyard, now frayed in places from usage.
The short sleeved jacket is attributed to (then) Major Clifford Herbert Williams who became a career soldier wi... read more
WW2 Indian-Made 37 Pattern Webbing Belt (Attributed)
A good condition, large size, Indian-made example attributed to (then) Lt. Clifford Herbert Williams.
Lt. Williams was commissioned into the British Indian Army in February 1942 and served in India throughout the war years.
The webbing is lightly blanco'd and in good service used condition, typical Indian brass fittings, there is a very faint makers ink stamp present and I believe... read more
Semi-Relic British 1940 Pattern Battle Dress Blouse (BD) 1942
A well worn, moth eaten example that was recently discovered in a shed but is still worthy of saving.
The 1942 dated label is in wonderful condition and clearly displays the makers name 'Stark Brothers' of Salford, one button missing on epaulette.
There is much moth tracking present, numerous holes and plenty of service wear, especially inside the collar.
This BD would make... read more
Rare Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry Horse Bit (circa 1895-1900)
An exceptionally rare and recently discovered late Victorian Montgomeryshire Yeomanry Cavalry horse bit.
This wonderful example is in good order and has been left as found, un-cleaned, the curved cheeks, shackle bar and low raised port are all solid, with no distortion.
The matching gilt on brass cheek bosses bear a Welsh dragon within the full MYC title, some rubbing and loss to ... read more
WW2 British Army 1944 Pattern Jungle Boots, Dated 1944
Wonderful condition 44 dated British-made jungle boots in a desirable size 10 large, with matching War Department acceptance marks and crisp internal makers details - Wm. Mason Ltd, Leicester, 1944, 10 L.
The brown leather uppers remain supple and just require a little polish to further enhance them, some light scratches on toe caps from usage but only superficial.
The soles, stud... read more