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Early 1900's Cavalry Officer's Leather Saddle Wallets Marked 'GG' and '2D6'. (Sn 9665) - 9665
These are a pair of early 1900's Cavalry Officer's leather saddle wallets. They are made of supple heavy duty brown leather and have full flap covers. The wallets each have their original double press stud fasteners to the body. The flap covers of each wallet are lined with a sturdy green and white check oiled cotton material. The inside of one wallet has a separate compartment with quick release strap, the other a simple small document compartment. The inside of one wallet is stamped with a small impressed 'GG'. The rear of the central saddle strap that joins the wallets is slotted and holed for cord or saddle stud. The central strap is impressed with a small 'G'. The rear of the central strap is marked '2', 'D within roundel' & 6'. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9665
295.00

MINT UN-ISSUED, WW1 1914 WD Marked British Webley Trench/Flare Signal Pistol Holster With Cross Belt/ Shoulder Strap. L 318 - L 318
This is an original near mint un-issued condition WW1 Leather Holster for Webley Trench/Flare Pistols. It measures 11" x 8" and is made of brown hide. It has a full flap cover with single retaining strap and brass stud fastener to the body. The inside of the flap is ink marked with War Dept arrow and '1914' date. The rear of the holster has it's riveted single belt loop together with it's original leather cross belt/ shoulder strap with brass buckle. The strap is stitched to the rear of the holster. All leather and stitching is intact. Price for this superb flare pistol holster with early WW1 date includes UK delivery. L 318
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Inter Word War C 1920's-1930's British Officer's Black Leather Holster For Webley .320 Calibre Revolvers. L 310 - L 310 / 9335
An excellent Military full lap British Holster for small frame, Webley .320 calibre Revolvers made C1920's-1930's. Made of quality black leather hide, the holster is in undamaged with all stitching intact. It has a single retaining strap with brass stud fastener and a single 2 1/2" belt loop on the reverse. Price includes UK delivery. L 310
125.00

WW1 1915 German Brown Leather Holster For Steyr 7.65mm Semi Automatic Pistols By Zimerman Erfut. L 308. - L 308 / 9333
An excellent original WW1 brown leather holster For Steyr 7.65mm semi automatic pistols. The holster has a flap, top cover and single retaining strap with single stud fastener. The front of the holster has a magazine pouch the top of which is covered by the flap when closed. The rear of the holster has a single belt loop. The body of the holster is crisply marked & dated by the manufacturer 'Frank Zimmerman, Erfurt, 1915'. All leather and stitching is intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 308
245.00

RESERVED RESERVED WW1 1918 British Webley MK VI .455" Calibre Service Revolver Holster By R.W. Stiby. L 303. - L 303
This is an original 1918 dated, brown leather holster, for the Webley MK VI .455" Service Revolver. It has a full flap cover front flap strap, brass stud, rear buckle, hook and a belt loop for fitting to a Sam Brown Rig. The rear is crisply stamped and dated on the rear "R.W. STIBY, 1918". All leather & stitching are intact. The price includes UK delivery. L 303.
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WW1 Era Belgian Service Revolver Leather Holster With Ammunition Loops. Sn 9188. - 9188
This WW1 Era Service Revolver holster made of brown leather was most likely made for Belgian Military Sidearms. It measures 5 3/4" x 10" and has a full flap cover with single retaining strap and brass stud fastener. The body of the hoster has 6 stitched leather ammunition loops. The loops are covered by the lid when closed. The rear of the hoster has a single 1 1/2" belt loop. The holster has no manufacturer's marks. All leather and stitching are intact. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9188.
245.00

Boer War British Webley .450 Service Revolver Holster- Short Barrel L 301 - L 301
An original Boer War British Webley .450 Service revolver holster for the short barrel. The Webley Revolver, also known as the Webley 'Break Top Revolver' or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver was, in various marks, the standard issue service pistol for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, the British Empire, and the Commonwealth from 1887. The Webley Mk I service revolver was adopted in 1887. A later version, the Mk IV, rose to prominence during the Boer War of 18991902. The holster is dark brown leather and is complete. All the stitching is secure and present. The holster retains a very nice patina. It has two belt loops which are secured to the holster with stitching and rivets and a side loop for a cleaning rod. The holster has an ammunition pouch stitched onto the front, divided into two with a fold over flap secured with a steel button, as can be seen in one of the photographs. The holster measures 7 1/2" long and 5 1/4" wide. The price includes UK delivery.
225.00

1914 Patent Folsom's Audley Safety Holster for the Colt new Service .455 Revolver Sn 919 - Sn 919
A 1914 dated Folsom's Audley Safety Holster for the Colt New Service .455 revolver. The Audley Safety Holster Company was established in the early 1900s in New York. In the early 1900s, F. H. Audley moved his shop to 8 Centre Market Place, across from Police Headquarters. From this time, F. H. Audley filed many patents for various pieces of Police equipment which he developed and sold to many of the New York City Police Officers that utilised the services from his accessible location. The most famous of these inventions was the Audley Safety Holster which F. H. Audley applied for patents in 1912 and they were approved October 13, 1914. The holster incorporates a spring loaded steel catch in the body of the holster which securely holds the pistol in place. It can only be released by using the index finger to depress the catch. It is virtually impossible for anyone other than the person wearing the holster to do this. No other retaining strap is required. They were popular with many officers in WW1. This holster is in very good condition. It is complte with the metal sping catch inside that works perfectly. The stitching throughout is secure. The holster has a folded over belt loop which is secured with stitching and three metal rivets. The belt loop is stamped on the rear with "A145 OM386" and "Folsom's Audley Patented Oct 13 1914". The holster is a fine example of this holster. Please also see our WW1 1917-18 Colt New Service .455 Revolver stock number Sn 9122 which fits into this holster. The price includes UK delivery.
295.00

British WW1 Military Webley Holster For .320 Calibre Revolvers. L 300 - L 300
An excellent Military full lap British WW1 Holster for small frame, Webley .320 calibre Revolvers. Made of quality brown leather hide, the holster is in undamaged with all stitching intact. It has a single retaining strap with brass stud fastener and a single 3" belt loop on the reverse. Price includes UK delivery. L 300
165.00

WW2 Nazi German Holster For Browning Hi Power Model 1935 Semi Auto Pistols By 'cgn' (Rohrbacher Lederfabrik Joseph Poeschl's Soehne). L 298 - L 298
This is an excellent WW2 German Holster For Browning Hi Power Model 1935 Semi Auto Pistols. It is made of Brown Cowhide with full flap cover and single retaining strap with single stud fastener. It has a single magazine pouch on it's front, the top of which is covered by the flap when closed. The front of the holster (beneath the retaining strap) is crisply stamped by the manufacturer 'cgn' which is the Nazi German war time code for ' Rohrbacher Lederfabrik Joseph Poeschl's Soehne, together with the number '4' and Eagle & Swastika National emblem with 'WaA920' mark. (See pages 180 & 201 of German Pistols & Holsters 1934-45 By Whittington). The rear has a single belt loop. All leather & stitching is intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 298
345.00
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