WW2 '30th Corps in Germany' Booklet & Short History Book (Named to 30 Corp Officer)
Scarce wartime publications both belonging to Captain R.Gill, 'A' Branch, Special Duties, 30 Corps.
The larger, 80 page hardback book 'Short History of 30 Corps' was a limited edition of 2000 copies only, this actual copy is numbered 10, all of its 46 fold- out coloured maps are intact and illustrate every significant operation starting with the Normandy Landings, Market Garden and then... read more
Excellent WW2 No.4 MkII Bayonet (Longbranch, Canada)
A superb Canadian-made No.4 MkII spike bayonet bearing the Longbranch company logo, the letter B seated within the letter L.
Scabbard nicely stamped with Canadian broad arrow, in stunning near factory finish condition.
Dispatched via special delivery.
Sorry, Mainland UK sale only, photo I.D will be required before item being dispatched, must be over 21 yrs of age. read more
WW2 US M3 Fighting Knife, Early Blade Marked (Imperial)
An early blade-marked example by Imperial, complete with its correct early pattern M8 plastic scabbard made by the Beckwith Manufacturing Company (B M Co ).
The blade stamped M3's were in production for a very limited period, approximately 2 months, so much scarcer than the later cross guard marked knives.
The 6 1/2 inch long blade is in good order and now with a nice age related... read more
WW1 Royal Scots & WWII Home Guard P'13 Bayonet
A shed found, well service used, British 1913 pattern sword bayonet that bears a scarce unit mark to the 10th (Territorial) Battalion Royal Scots.
This bayonet was later re-issued to the Home Guard during WW2 as there are remnants of a black over paint along with being fitted with a 39'pattern leather frog.
The P'13 was of British design but contracted out to two U.S manufacturers... read more