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Original Set Of British Army Field Service Regulations Vol 1 And Vol 2 dated 1909 And Manual Of Field Engineering, 1911, Including Two Pencil Written Note Forms From The Front Lines And A Pillow Receipt All Dated 1917. (From The Imperial War Museum Reser - 13084:6
These three volumes were purchased from the Imperial War Museum reserve stocks which were recently released. Several volumes have the I.W.M. stock stamp. The set comprises a Field Service Regulations Vol 1 and Vol 2, 1909. Part one has rubber stamps for O.C. 3rd Line Depot. 8th Mid. Divn, Train plus numerous Imperial War Museum Stamps. However also with this volume are 2 pencil written messages to 2nd Lt. Lowles from 2nd Lt. Tattersall from the front lines regarding movements and observations from the front lines dated 11th June 1917. Also included is a receipt dated 12/5/17 to a Lt. Lowles for a pillow from a supplier in Tonbridge. The other volume is a copy of a Manual of Field Engineering dated 1911 also profusely stamped with Imperial War Museum stamps and withdrawn stock stamps. These are an excellent set with their original red cloth covers, complete with period advertisements and with provenance from the Imperial War Museum with the added bonus of the contemporary notes and names which should give scope for further research. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. 13084:6
£125.00

Set Of Seven Books And Manuals On American Rifles And Carbines, AK47 And Mosin-Magant Rifles. Sn 13084:5 - 13084:5
This is a set of 7 books and manuals on the Model 1903 Springfield Rifle and its variations, American Krag rifle and Carbine, The .45-70 Trapdoor Springfield. There are two books on the Mosin-Nagant rifle and two books on the AK47 Kalashnikov rifles. Five of the books are by North Cape Publications, one by Greenhill Military Manuals and one by Paladin Press. All of these books are profusely illustrated and give details of both the weapons and accessories, including bayonets and all variants. The books are in excellent condition and include U.K. delivery. Sn. 13084:5
£100.00

Original British Army Field Service Regulations Vol 1 And Vol 2 And A Manual Of Elementary Drill. (From The Imperial War Museum Reserve Stock). Sn. 13084:3 - 13084:3
These three volumes were purchased from the Imperial War Museum reserve stock and have the I.W.M. withdrawn and stock stamp. The set comprises a Field Service Regulations Vol 1 dated 1930, Field Service Regulations Vol 2 dated 1935, Manual of Elementary Drill dated 1935. A volume is named to a Lt. Col. E.S.B Williams and they are worthy of further research. These are an excellent set with their original red cloth covers, complete with period advertisements and with provenance from the Imperial War Museum. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. 13084:3
£135.00

Original British Army Field Regulations Vol 1 And Vol 2, Manual Of Elementary Drill And Manual Of Ceremonial To Captain J.W.Gibson. (From The Imperial War Museum Reserve Stock). Sn. 13084:2 - 13084:2
These four volumes were purchased from the Imperial War Museum reserve stock and several volumes have the I.W.M. withdrawn from stock stamp. The set comprises a Field Service Regulations Vol 1 dated 1930, Field Service Regulations Vol 2 dated 1935, Manual of Elementary Drill dated 1935 and a Manual of Ceremonial dated 1935. The volumes are named to a Capt. J.W.Gibson and are worthy of further research. These are an excellent set with their original red cloth covers, complete with period advertisements and with provenance from the Imperial War Museum. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. 13084:2
£155.00

Original 1938 British Army Field Service Pocket Book, (From The Imperial War Museum Reserve Stock). Sn. 13084:1 - 13084:1
This is an excellent volume of the Field Service Pocket Book 1938, purchased from the Imperial War Museum reserve stock. The book contains19 pamphlets including military symbols, field engineering, intelligence, protection against gas etc, many are stamped with the Imperial War Museum rubber stamp and the red cover carries an official compliment type slip “from the Ashley Havinden Collection.” Ashley Havinden was an influential British graphic designer born in Kent in 1903. At the outbreak of W.W.2 he joined the Highgate Home Guard. Ashley designed posters for the A.R.P. and War Loan adverts for the Ministry of Information. He then joined the army camouflage section and on his promotion to Captain in 1943 was transferred to the Petroleum Warfare Department to work on ‘PLUTO’ (Pipe-Line Underwater Transportation of Oil also known as Pipe Line Under The Ocean), the fuel pipeline to the Normandy, from Shanklin to Cherbourg. This is a nice set of W.W.2 pamphlets with provenance from the Imperial War Museum. Price includes UK delivery. Sn. 13084:1
£145.00

1st Edition Handbook For The Ordnance, Q.F. 25 Pr, Mark II On Carriage, 25 Pr. Mark I Land Service 1940. BO 308 - BO 308
This is an official publication by H.M.S.O. for the Standard British Field Gun and Howitzer of WW2 and beyond. It was introduced into service just before the war started combining high angle and direct fire, relatively high rates of fire and a reasonably lethal shell in a highly mobile piece. It remained the British Army's primary field piece well into the 1960's. This copy of the handbook is a 1st edition of 1940 and has a multitude of ammendments dated 1941 and 1942. As it was an official publication and not for general release to the press or the public, copies are scarce and highly sought after. This is a clean, tight copy of a rare book. The price includes UK delivery. BO 308
£195.00

An Original Good Clean 1st Edition Hardback "Handbook Of Artillery Instruments" Book Published in 1914 By H.M.S.O. BO 307 - BO 307
An original good clean hardback "Handbook Of Artillery Instruments" book published in 1914 by H.M.S.O. The book also has an appendix published in December 1915. It covers all the instruments used by the artillery including telescopes, binoculars, directors, clinometers, dial sights, range finders and much more. It is fully illustrated with photographs and line drawings and is a very detailed and informative volume. It is one of the copies which were withdrawn from the stock of the Imperial War Museum. The book has been re-printed by the Naval & Military Press but this is a 1st Edition of 1914 with all addendum and appendix bound in. The price includes UK delivery.
£150.00

An Original H.M.S.O. Book Dated 1914 "Handbook Of The 18-PR. Q.F. Gun Land Service 1915." Withdrawn Stock From The Imperial War Museum. BO 306 - BO 306
This is an official H.M.S.O. book, 'Handbook Of The 18-PR. Q.F. Gun Land Service 1915' and has come from withdrawn stock of the Imperial War Museum Library. The volume covers all aspects of the gun including the gun itself, carriage, sighting, Limbers and ammunition. It is fully illustrated with detailed drawings and exploded diagrams plus photographs. The price includes UK delivery. BO 306
£140.00

An Original Condition H.M.S.O. "Handbook of the B.L. 6-Inch 26-CWT. Mark I Howitzer On Mark I Travelling Carriage (Land Service) 1917" Handbook, Withdrawn Stock From The Imperial War Museum. BO 305 - BO 305
An original H.M.S.O. "B.L. 6-Inch 26-CWT. Mark I Howitzer On Mark I Travelling Carriage (Land Service)" handbook in excellent condition. It is stamped as withdrawn stock from the Imperial War Museum Library. This is an official H.M.S.O. copy from 1917. The handbook covers all aspects of the Howitzer including the gun itself, the carriage, sightings, Limber and ammunition. It is fully illustrated throughout with drawings and exploded pull out diagrams and is a highly detailed original copy which is rare and desirable and from an impeccable source. The price includes UK delivery. BO 305
£140.00

An Excellent Condition H.M.S.O. "Handbook of the 4.5 In Q.F. Howitzer Land Service 1915" Handbook, Withdrawn Stock From The Imperial War Museum. BO 304 - BO 304
An original H.M.S.O. "Handbook of the 4.5 In Q.F. Howitzer Land Service 1915" handbook in excellent condition. It is stamped as withdrawn stock from the Imperial War Museum Library. This is an official H.M.S.O. copy from 1915 (re-printed in 1917) and not a later re print. The handbook covers all aspects of the Howitzer including the gun itself, the carriage, sightings, Limber and ammunition. It is fully illustrated throughout with drawings and exploded diagrams and is a highly detailed original copy which is rare and desirable. The price includes UK delivery. BO 304
£140.00
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