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HUGE, WW1 Era British Military Pattern Brown Leather Holster For Very Large Frame Revolvers. L 315 - L 315
An excellent condition, massive, brown leather holster for the WW1 era very large frame revolvers. It has a full flap cover with retaining strap and brass stud fastener. The rear has a single belt loop. All leather and stitching are intact and in excellent condition. From the open top to muzzle cap measures 12 ¾”. The open top is 6 ¼” width. The overall length with flap closed is 16 ½”. There are no manufacturer or date marks visible on this holster. The price for this unusually large holster includes UK delivery. L 315
£245.00

Boer War 1900 Dated British WD Cavalry Leather Saddle Lance Bucket By Stanley & Sons With Original Steel Stirrup. Sn 15596 - 15596
An original Boer War dated Lance bucket . The conical brown leather bucket is made to hold the spiked shaft butt of a Cavalry lance as illustrated in image 3 (the lance shaft illustrated in the image is not included. All of the brown leather and stitching of the bucket are intact. The stiff leather wing of the bucket was made to secure to the riders’ stirrup, an original period steel stirrup accompanies the bucket. The leather is dated 1900, has a WD mark and manufacturer detail ‘E. Stanley & Sons. Sn 15596
£225.00

WW1 1917 Dated Royal Ulster Constabulary (RIC) Dark Brown / Black Leather .455 Calibre Webley MK VI Revolver Ammunition Pouch By Dawson & Son. Sn 15598 - 15598
The armed Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) was Ireland's major police force from the early nineteenth century until the partition of Ireland in 1922. The loyalty of the Irish Constabulary during the outbreak of the 1867 'Republican Rising' was rewarded by Queen Victoria who granted the force the prefix 'Royal' in 1867. This original ammunition pouch is made of very dark Brown / Black leather. This colour of pouch formed part of the mounted RIC uniform & equipment. The pouch has a full flap cover and was used for carrying .455 calibre ammunition for Webley MK VI revolvers. The pouch has a single brass stud to secure the flap which has an eyelet. The rear of the pouch has brass hanging bars and a brass stud. The leather is stamped with crisp ‘17’ (1917 date) and by the manufacturer which appears to be Dawson & Son. The pouch measures 4 ½” x 3 ¾”. All leather and stitching are present & intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15598
£145.00

INTER WAR, 1922 Dated Royal Ulster Constabulary (RIC) Mounted Constabulary / Infantry Rifles 50 Round (5 x 10 Round Pouches) Dark Brown / Black Leather .303 Calibre Ammunition Bandolier By Barrow Hepburn & Co Ltd London. Sn 15597 - 15597
The armed Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) was Ireland's major police force from the early nineteenth century until the partition of Ireland in 1922. The loyalty of the Irish Constabulary during the outbreak of the 1867 'Republican Rising' was rewarded by Queen Victoria who granted the force the prefix 'Royal' in 1867. This original ammunition bandolier is made of Very dark Brown / Black leather. This colour of Bandolier formed part of the mounted RIC uniform & equipment. The bandolier has the correct 5 individual ammunition carrier pouches with full flap covers capable of carrying 50x .303 calibre rounds in total (10 in each pouch). Each carrier has heavy rivets and stitching together with a single brass stud to secure the flap covers and an inner strap on each pouch. The bandolier is fitted with its original heavy duty brass buckles and has an additional original belt stap with eyelets and brass stud to attach to waist belt. The leather is impressed with 1922 date together with manufacturer detail Barrow Hepburn & Co Ltd London (illustrated inset in image 1). All leather rivets and stitching are present & intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15597
£225.00

Original, British Boer War Era Pattern 1897 Mounted Infantry .303 Calibre Lee Metford Service Rifle 50 Round Ammunition Leather Bandolier. Sn 4307 - 4307
An original, British Boer War Era Mounted Infantry.303 Calibre Ammunition Leather Bandolier. Made of brown leather it has 6 ammunition carriers with full flap covers. Each carrier has heavy duty hooped, stitched slots for individual .303 rounds used in Lee Metford Service rifles. The bandolier holds 50 individual rounds of ammunition in total and each flap cover has all of its brass stud fasteners. One end of the bandolier is fitted with a heavy duty brass buckle. The mid section of the bandolier has a small metal hoop for strap attachment. There are no visible date or manufacturer marks on the bandolier which measures 44 ¾” overall length. All leather, rivets, studs and stitching are present & intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 4307
£375.00

Crimean War Era British Officer's Massive Brown Leather Revolver Holster For .44 Calibre Large Frame Colt & Remington Revolvers. Sn 15528 - 15528
During the Crimea War Era many British Officers favoured large frame, large calibre, American Colt & Remington Revolvers and privately purchased them as side arms. This is a quality, Crimea War period British Officer's massive brown leather revolver holster for .44 calibre Colt, Remington or similar large frame pistols. The holster measures 14 ¾” overall length with flap closed. The open top of the holster measures 7 ½” and the Length from the opening to the muzzle cap is 11 ¼”. The holster has a full flap cover with retaining strap and brass stud fastener to the body. The rear of the holster has 2 leather tabs with steel rings which have original leather straps with buckles attached. The muzzle end of the holster has a stitched leather leg strap loop. All of the leather and heavy duty stitching are intact. Image 2 shows a Remington Model 1858 New Army .44 Calibre revolver in the holster which fits the age defined revolver outline exactly. However it would most likely also accommodate the even larger frame Colt Dragoon revolver if required. The price for this impressive holster includes UK delivery. NB The revolver illustrated in image 2 is not included but we have a Remington 1858 New Army revolver available separately on our website. Sn 15528
£375.00

RARE, WW1 1916 British WD Royal Naval Division Officer’s .455 Webley MK VI Service Revolver Holster By Hobson & Sons London. Sn 15527 - 15527
These holsters were issued to WW1 British Royal Naval Division Officers. They were also used by Royal Navy Officers during the early years of WW2. The dark brown leather holster completely covers the Webley pistol to avoid sea water coming into contact with it. The holster is riveted for the same reason. The holster seam is completely riveted with 12 copper rivets. The muzzle cap is also riveted. The large holster has a full flap cover with retaining strap with eyelet to the body and single brass stud to the flap. The underside of the flap is stamped with War Dept arrow above what appears to be letters ‘TC’ and crisp Naval ‘N’ mark. The rear of the holster has a large riveted belt loop with crisp impressed manufacturer detail ‘Hobson & Sons London’ together with ‘1916’ date . The holster is excellent with all rivets, stitching and leather intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15527
£245.00

WW1 1916 Imperial German Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Pistols By Effeckten Richter Dresden. Sn 13787 - 13787
This an original WW1 dated German Officer's Leather Holster for Luger 9mm Parabellum Pistols. The holster is buckle fastening and has an integral leather pouch with stud fastener sewn into the inside of its lid, for a Luger pistol stripping tool and an open top magazine pouch on it's right hand aspect which is covered by the lid when closed. It has the correct 'quick draw’ strap with leather toggle. The Holster has 2 belt loops to the rear secured by reinforced stitching. The front of the body is dated '1916' and has manufacturer detail ‘Effeckten Richter Dresden’. The inside of the lid has a period ink stamp which appears to be ‘Baxo 16’. The leather is supple and has areas of surface wear but all stitching, straps and buckle are clean & intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 13787
£245.00

WW2 Era German Brown Leather Holster For Captured / Polish Occupation Production, Radom Vis WZ. 35 / P35 (P), 9 mm Semi Automatic Pistols By P.P. Berlin. Sn 15420 - 15420
The Polish Vis Pistolet WZ. 35, Nazi designation 9 mm Pistole 35(p), often referred to as the Radom is a 9 mm calibre, single-action, semi-automatic pistol. It was originally designed by Piotr Wilniewczyc and Jan Skrzypiñski in 1930 at the Fabryka Broni (Arms Factory) in Radom. It was adopted in 1935 as the standard handgun of the Polish Army and was considered by many to be one of the finest handguns ever produced. After the Polish defeat in 1939, the Germans took over the Radom Armoury and continued production of the Vis. Nazi German pistols of the first series had inscriptions VIS Mod.35 and P.35(p) on the left side. The pistols were issued to German Paratroopers and Nazi Police. This is an excellent original German made leather holster for Radom Vis WZ. 35 / P35 (P), 9 mm Semi Automatic Pistols. It has a full flap cover and single retaining strap with stud fastener and magazine carrier on its front aspect. The rear of the holster has double belt loops.The inside of the holster’s flap is manufacturer marked ‘P.P Berlin G.B’ and has an original small roundel paper label ink stamped ‘100’. All leather and stitching of the holster are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15420
£245.00

WW1 1915 Imperial German Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Pistols By J. Claus Berlin. Sn 15283 - 15283
This an original WW1 dated German Officer's Leather Holster for Luger 9mm Parabellum Pistols. The holster is buckle fastening and has an integral leather pouch with stud fastener sewn into the inside of its lid, for a Luger pistol stripping tool and an open top magazine pouch on it's right hand aspect which is covered by the lid when closed. It has the correct 'quick draw’ strap with leather toggle. The Holster has 2 belt loops to the rear secured by reinforced stitching. The inside of the lid is crisply has very faint date and manufacturer marks which appear to be ‘J. Claus Berlin 1915'. The leather is supple and has areas of light surface wear but all stitching, straps and buckle are clean & functional. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 15283
£345.00
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