Scarce WW2 Indian-Made British General Officer's Visor Cap
A scarce Indian-made British/Commonwealth army General officer's visor cap manufactured by ''Army & Navy Stores'' in Bombay, this cap features two raised ribs running around the cap, one above and one below the red wool staff officer's band to keep it in its correct position at all time, this feature alone confirms that this cap was made for and purchased by a staff officer as these ribs are no... read more
WW2 Home Front ''Mickey Mouse'' Child's Gas Mask
A good condition example that has been left as found, untouched & uncleaned, the rubber is still pliable and without the usual surface cracking, all straps & fittings are absolutely fine, the cardboard box has some wear but is clearly named to a little girl then living in Mid-Wales.
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Original 1950's ''Veldtschoen'' Officer's style Brown Leather Boots By George Webb
An excellent and highly sought-after pair of Veldtschoen (field shoe) brown leather ankle boots made by George Webb, this pattern of boot was sold commercially and was often purchased by British army officer's during the 1950's and 60's.
The more waterproof welted boots are in a size 10 if wearing standard thickness socks but would say a 9 1/2 with thicker wool hiking types, the uppers a... read more
M1908 Brazilian Mauser Bayonet (Matching Number)
A good matching numbered Mauser bayonet that was adopted by Brazil in 1908 for the 7mm 08 Mauser rifle, manufactured in Germany by various companies and as usual made to a high standard, the 12 inch blade is in excellent order and void of any makers mark to the ricasso (common on this model) but there is a letter 'B'' present stamped on the spine.
The steel pommel and swept quillon are a... read more
Scarce Londonderry R.G.A Officer's Home Service Helmet Transit Tin (Boer War Officer)
An untouched, all original Home Service helmet transit tin named to a Captain Richard Grainger Denis O'Callaghan of the Londonderry Royal Garrison Artillery, according to his military records O'Callaghan served with the 4th Bn East Surrey Regt & 6th Dragoons during the Boer war, then with the R.G.A until 1909, after this date he was R.A (special reserve) through to the end of the Great War.
WW1 German G98 Mauser Rifle Cartridge Pouch 1914
A wonderful condition 1914 dated brown leather cartridge pouch to hold rounds for the German 7.92mm Mauser rifle, bearing good makers details ''Saxonia, Kofferfabrik, Leipzig''.
The internal dividers are all present but the divider within the middle pouch is now un-attached at one end.
The best early dated example that I have acquired in a long time. read more