Father & Son Medal Group to Evanson Cheshire Reg & RAF
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19th Century Mameluke Bandsman Type Sword.
A mid-19th century Bandsman’s Type sword; it has a solid brass Mameluke type hilt with decorated grip and langets. It has an unusual long curved thin blade with a pipe back and if it wasn’t for the brass grip I would say it is Napoleonic. It has a lovely quality leather scabbard with brass fittings and two ring hangers. There is no decoration on the blade or maker’s marks unless it is under the... read more
7 Volumes The Times History of the War (WW1)
Seven various bound volumes of the Times newspaper history of the great war. for any scholar or researcher of the Great war, these are a must, they hold in depth information that you never find in historical accounts. They include just about every detail of the war from weapons used to the diseases and sickness that plagued the hospitals. From Victoria crosses won in the war to aerial photograp... read more
Pair Vintage Leon Paul Fencing Foils
A pair of vintage Leon Paul fencing Foils with leather grips, aluminium guards and pommels, long fine steel blades with blunted ends. Used by the army and cavalry for competition. They are both in good order although the blades could do with a clean. They look fantastic hung crossed of the wall and each measure 43 inches long.
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1950’s British Army Waterproof Cape.
1954 dated waterproof cape, almost identical to those used in the Second World War. It is made of a rubberised this cotton twill. It is buttoned down the front and has a storm collar. Made for the army by S Trauss & Sons Ltd and has a makers stamp with broad arrow inside. I think these were pretty must one size fits all, it quite large to take a pack and kit under the cape. It is in good origin... read more
WW2 British Cold Weather Half Mittens.
Quite scarce WW2 green woollen Half mittens, these are mittens with a loose trigger finger on both hands. They look unused but have two very small moth holes that just need a stitch. These have now been treated against any further infestation. read more
Superb 1930's Era Solid Wood Cigarette Box with Aircraft
Back in the day smoking was almost compulsory! And just about everyone did it so to have a unique and high quality cigarette box such as this would have been a real show piece, it is very Art Deco in design so I would date it for between the wars, made from solid wood most likely mahogany it has a light wood interior with 3 separate cigarette holders all hinged, mounted to the lid is a white me... read more
Reach For the Sky - Douglas Bader 1954 Edition.
An August 1954 edition of Douglas Bader’s life story ‘Reach for the Sky’ by Paul Brickhill. It is blue linin bound with original paper dust cover. It is in very good condition although the dust cover is a little tired. A fabulous story about this amazing airman. read more
Badges of the British Army – An Illustrated Reference.
Badges of the British Army 1820 to 1960 an illustrated reference, a guide for collectors. A really hand little book for quick reference with good photographic illustrations. First edition was in 1969, this one publish 1971. It is in excellent condition and measures 6 x 9 inches. Small enough to take to fairs. read more