Superb 1945 British Commando Bergen
The best condition WW2 Bergen that I have encountered in years, with good maker's details and year of manufacture (where they should be found) and slightly below these stampings is a very faint, almost indiscernible figure '8' and broad arrow. The internal rubberoid coating is all present which is a scarcity as most found today have much age related wear, good working zip, the whole Bergen ret... read more
Inter-War Period British Indian Army ''Skinner's Horse'' Pipe Rack
A most appealing and large size mahogany pipe rack from the Inter-war period and bearing a beautifully carved British Indian army ''Skinner's Horse'' badge.
The free-standing rack which holds 12 pipes measures 18 inches in width and stands 11 1/2 inches tall, in lovely condition, have not seen another.
Sorry UK sale only. read more
Unissued WW2 British Issue Cotton Rotary Handroll/Towel (1942)
An unissued 1942 dated cotton rotary handroll, the type commonly seen in washroom's, canteen's and various Government run establishments, the roll is 18 inches wide and has a drop of 53 inches, still retains bold ink stamps and is in wonderful clean condition, some very light dirt marks/lines due to folding and long period storage. read more
Boxed Early-War ARP Lamps
2 x unissued No.68 battery operated (bicycle) lamps in their original box, this early-war pair have the Lucas factory logo and motto ''King of the road'' impressed into the silver coloured turn switch, later models left plain and painted black like main body. Both in wonderful condition but one does have some surface blistering/rusting to lower corner, the cardboard box is in very good order w... read more
37th Of Foot (North Hampshire Regt) Waist Belt Clasp Pre-1881
A very rare pre-1881 Other Ranks brass waist belt clasp to the North Hampshire regiment, you may encounter officer's WBC on the market but rarely do you see numbered O/R's clasps as prior to 1881 they had to be handed back in at the end of military service.
This WBC shows signs of service use judging by the wear to the inner ring of the circlet adjacent to the wording ''North'', usual po... read more
Late Victorian/Boer War Sam Browne Cavalry Pattern Sword Frog
A wonderful looking British officer's Sam Browne cavalry pattern sword frog, in a lovely rich colour and new to the market, some usual surface cracking present to straps but only surface, no weakness.
Came from old military family collection. read more
Scarce Victorian Buff Leather Equipment Strap (Possibly 1871 Pattern)
An excellent condition white coloured buff leather equipment strap, the overall length measures approx. 22 inches and the width 3/4 of an inch, these dimensions being the same as the 1871 pattern valise equipment strap.
One of the few remaining pieces from an old military family collection, new to the collecting world. read more
Rare Early WW2 RAF Police Desert War / Mediterranean Mk1* Steel Helmet
An incredibly rare and fresh to the market British Mk1* helmet as used by the RAF Police in North Africa, the Mediterranean theatre and the Middle East, this untouched specimen with its field applied desert sand coloured finish was originally a WW1 Brodie helmet that was officially re-lined & refurbished prior to the out-break of WW2, the shell was fitted with a size 7 Mk1 (oval pad) liner whic... read more