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VERY RARE,Original Victorian English Saddleworth Rifle Volunteer Corps Officers Morocco Leather Dress Sword Belt With 2 Piece Brass Saddleworth RVC Buckle & Sword Hanging Straps With Brass Fittings. L 373 - L 373
Saddleworth is a civil parish of the Metropolitan Borough of Oldham in the now Greater Manchester. An invasion scare in 1859 led to the creation of the Volunteer Force and huge enthusiasm for joining local Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVCs). This is an original Victorian Saddleworth Rifle Volunteers Officer’s Dress Sword Belt black Morocco leather three section belt joined by brass rings. It has a darkened brass two piece belt buckle with ornate shoulders. Circlet inscribed “Saddleworth. God and Fatherland” and central strung bugle horn. It is complete with two black Morocco leather sword hanging straps complete with brass buckles and lower sprung securing clips. All leather and stitching of the scabbard, hangers and belt are clean and intact. The belt is 35” length adjustable to appox 45”. Price includes UK delivery. L 373

WW2 1935 Leather Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Semi Automatic Pistols By Franz Cobau, Berlin. Sn 12622 - 12622
An original WW2 Luger PO8 leather holster. The full flap cover is secured with a leather strap which folds up and secures over a brass 'button. The strap keeper has come un stitched on one side but the leather is in good condition. The holster has an open top magazine carrier stitched to the right aspect. The top of the carrier is covered by the flap when closed. The inside of the holster has a stitched leather pouch with flap cover and stud fastener for stripping tool (Empty). The holster retains the weapon 'pull' strap inside. The rear of the holster has two leather belt loops. The rear of the holster is crisply impressed by the manufacturer with "Franz Cobau Berlin 1935" and "6406" and also a star pattern with the letter "K" inside. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12622

1936 German Military Leather Cavalry Saddle. L 158 - L 158
A superb Nazi German brown leather Military cavalry and officers saddle. In superb condition it has an intact "tree" underneath and is intended for a large horse of 18-20 hands. It is stamped in the leather, Prost & Jainel, Breslau, 1936". It is also waffenamped and has a '3' stamped in its size possibly. It is of such quality and condition that it could quite easily be used for riding today. A modern comparable saddle would cost over £1000 to buy. Price includes UK delivery. L 158

WW2 1942 U.S. Army Boyt Leather Holster For .45 Colt 1911 & 1911A1 Semi Automatic Pistols. L 371 - L 371
These holsters were the standard holster for American troops carrying the M-1911 or M-1911A1 pistol. The holster is in very good supple condition and the leather is superb. It has a fold over flap secured over a brass stud. The flap is embossed with the ‘U.S’ (Army) roundel. On the reverse it has a leather belt loop, secured with stitching and four brass rivets. It also has a wire belt hanger. The leather belt loop is date stamped ‘42’ (1942) below the manufacturer’s name ‘Boyt’. The muzzle end of the holster has a brass ringed hole for thigh cord and is fitted with its original coiled cow hide cord. Inside the flap there are two hand drawn boxes and "F.E.M. 34260B4" and on the front it has "Leroy Lehman" scratched onto it. All of the stitching and leather of the holster is in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. L 371

WW2 Rubberized Canvas Japanese Nambu Pistol Holster. Sn 2476 - 2476
A perfect condition, WW2 Japanese rubberized canvas Type X holster with leather spare striker pouch for the Nambu Type 14 Pistol. Complete with hard front cover, closing strap and stud, internal ammunition pocket named to its "captor", Lt. Roger H. Keyser, 0-1060154, Akita, Japan, 1945". Complete with its rear belt loop and pair of hanging loops. Perfect addition for a Nambu pistol. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 2476

Early WW1 British Officer’s Private Purchase 1914 Pattern Quality Made Leather Holster For Early Model Small Frame Walther Semi Automatic Pistols. Sn 12440 - 12440
These holsters were private purchase British Officer’s items . All leather and intricate stitching are clean and intact. The rear of the holster has a single belt loop stitched to the body. It has a single brass press stud fastener and full flap cover. From muzzle end to the open top of the holster measures 6”. The opening is 4 ¾” wide. The price for this quality private purchase holster includes UK delivery. Sn 12440

WW2 1944 Nazi German Walther P38 Leather Holster By ‘dkk’ (Friedrich Offermann u. Soehne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg). L 369 - L 369
A WW2 Walther P38 black leather holster by ‘dkk’ ( the Nazi German code for Friedrich Offermann u. Soehne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg). The holster black leather. It is in excellent condition and has a fold over top which secures with a leather strap over an alloy stud which is riveted to quick release flap. Stitched to the front is a leather magazine carrier, all the stitching are present and secure. On the reverse it has two leather belt loops. Between the loops it is stamped with "dkk" and dated ‘44’. It is also Waffenamt and marked "P38". Price includes UK delivery. L 369

Inter War C1920 British Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley 9mm Semi Automatic Pistols. L 368. - L 368
Webley produced the 9mm semi automatic pistol to compete with Germany's production of their 9mm Parabellum calibre pistols. In 1909 specimens of the Webley pistol were submitted to the War Office for approval (see pages 158 & 166 of Webley & Scott Automatic Pistols Book By Gordon Bruce). This is an excellent British Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley 9mm Semi Automatic Pistols made inter World War C1920. The holster has a flap, top cover and single retaining strap with single brass stud fastener. The front of the holster has a single open top magazine carrier. The top of the carrier is covered by the holster flap when closed. The inside of the flap has a contemporarily hand written name in blue ink ‘May P.J’ (most likely the name of a British Officer who owned this holster). The rear of the holster has a single belt loop with retaining strap and brass stud fastener. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on this holster. All leather and stitching are intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 309

Original, Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) WW1 1914 Dated .303 Calibre Service Rifle Ammunition Leather Bandolier (British Boer War Pattern 1897) By Beal Brothers Ltd. L 367 - L 367
The Ulster Volunteers were an Irish Unionist militia founded in 1912 to block Home Rule for Ireland. In 1913 they organised themselves into the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) to give armed resistance to the prospective Third Home Rule Act (enacted in 1914). With a rival Irish Volunteers being formed by Nationalists in response, outright civil war in Ireland seemed possible. The outbreak of World War 1 intervened and the Act was put in abeyance until after what was expected to be a short war. The UVF was not only organised, but trained to some extent as a military force, and had been armed. It was therefore considerably more advanced as a formed body of men than the similar formations of the New Armies now being created elsewhere. These Battalions were clothed and administered by their raisers in the same way as the locally raised New Army battalions in Great Britain. The UVF were supplied with British equipment including 1897 Pattern ammunition bandoliers which by the outbreak of WW1 were no longer in service with regular British troops. In September 1914, the Ulster Division was formed from the UVF which raised 13 Battalions for the three Irish Regiments based in Ulster: the Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers, the Royal Irish Fusiliers and the Royal Irish Rifles. The Division remained in the Western Front in France and Flanders throughout the war and took part in many of the major engagements including The Somme. This is an original.303 Calibre Ammunition Leather Bandolier dated 1914 as issued to soldiers of the UVF. Image 2 shows a contemporary photograph of members of the UVF wearing British 1897 pattern bandoliers (see page 7 of ‘The Road To The Somme’ by Orr). Made of brown leather it has 5 ammunition carriers with full flap covers. Each carrier has heavy duty hooped, stitched slots for individual .303 rounds. 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 centre section of the bandolier has a brass hanging ring. The leather is impressed with the manufacturer’s name Beal Brothers Ltd together with a clear ‘1914’ date (illustrated inset in image 2). All leather and stitching are intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 367

WW1 1918 British Mounted Infantry 50 Round (5 x 10 Round Pouches) Leather .303 Calibre Ammunition Bandolier By Marney & Co Ltd Walsall G&M. L 365 - L 365
This original WW1 British Mounted Infantry ammunition 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. The bandolier is fitted with its original heavy duty brass buckle and belt loop. The leather is impressed with 1918 date together with manufacturer name which appears to be ‘Marney & Co Ltd’ and ‘Walsall G&M’ (illustrated in image 2). All leather rivets and stitching are present & intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 365
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