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WW2 Era Imperial Japanese Navy Rising Sun Battle Flag. Sn 16561 - 16561
The Imperial Japanese Army first adopted the Rising Sun Flag in 1870. The Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy both had a version of the flag; the Naval ensign was off-set, with the red sun closer to the lanyard side, while the army's version was centred. This is an original WW2 Japanese Navy Battle Flag. The flag measures 35 ½” x 22”. It is made of white cotton and has the correct dramatic printed Naval off-set blood red rising sun with printed sun rays. The flag has a 2” hem with typically stitched in original cord for pole mounting. The flag has small areas of staining but no holes or mothing. There are no visible manufacturer or size markings on this flag. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16561
£295.00

SOLD SOLD (25/07) MINT, Blank Firing, Pietta Western Remington New Army 9mm Calibre Single Action Revolver. MISC 878 - MISC 878
The Remington New Army Model, was a single action, 6 shot, percussion revolver manufactured by Remington & Sons in .44 Calibre used by soldiers of both sides during the American Civil War. The Remington design lives on today in the form of quality replicas and blank firing ( side venting, not through barrel, off set cylinder) pistols true to the original Remington pistols, from Italian manufacturers Uberti, Pietta, and Euroarms. This quality Pietta manufactured example of the Remington Army revolver retailed by Pietta as the ‘Western Remington New Army’ is in near mint condition. The pistol has an 8” blued steel octagonal barrel and measures 14 ½” overall. The right side of the barrel is crisply stamped ‘Western Remington New Army Cal 9mm Knall'. The left side 'Pietta Made In Italy'. It retains all of its original blue finish and has a brass trigger guard frame. Its wood grips are excellent and undamaged. The Pistol’s cocking and firing actions work perfectly. It has the correct blocked and slotted barrel & offset cylinder. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 878
£0.00

Large, WW2 Era Imperial Japanese Navy Rising Sun Battle Flag. Sn 16334 - 16334
The Imperial Japanese Army first adopted the Rising Sun Flag in 1870. The Imperial Japanese Army and the Imperial Japanese Navy both had a version of the flag; the Naval ensign was off-set, with the red sun closer to the lanyard side, while the army's version was centred. This is an original WW2 Japanese Naval Battle Flag. The flag measures 8 Feet 6 Inches x 4 Feet 8 Inches. It is made of white cotton and has the correct stitched dramatic Naval off-set blood red rising sun which is 2 feet in diameter with stitched panel sun rays. The flag has a 2” hem with rope and wood toggle for pole mounting. The flag has small areas of service wear and old stable mothing. There are no visible manufacturer or size markings on this flag. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16334
£475.00

Victorian British Naval Bosun’s ‘Press Gang’ Cord Cosh With Cord Bound Integral Weighted Ends & Leather Wrist Strap . MISC 877 - MISC 877
This is an original, Victorian era cosh in the form used by Royal Navy Press gangs when ‘pressing’ men into Naval service. Those resisting ‘the press’ would often face assault and restraint to enforce their ‘recruitment’. The cosh has a wood shaft and measures 10 ¾” overall length. The shaft is fitted with a leather wrist strap, which slides along the shaft allowing it to be used at either end of the cosh. The shaft has weighted cord bound ‘club’ head ends which double as pommel ends for striking and to assist grip. The club heads have some scuffing consistent with age and use. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 877
£195.00

Victorian British Naval Bosun’s ‘Press Gang’ Cord Bound Cosh With Integral Weighted Ends. MISC 876 - MISC 876
This is an original, Victorian era cosh in the form used by Royal Navy Press gangs when ‘pressing’ men into Naval service. Those resisting ‘the press’ would often face assault and restraint to enforce their ‘recruitment’. The weighted cosh heads are tightly bound in waxed or lacquered cord and the flexible shaft bound in leather. The cosh measures 12” length. The weighted ‘club’ head ends double as pommel ends for striking and to assist grip. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 876
£195.00

Victorian British Naval Bosun’s ‘Press Gang’ Cord Bound Cosh With Integral Weighted Ends & Metal Horse Head Embossed Caps. MISC 875 - MISC 875
This is an original, Victorian era cosh in the form used by Royal Navy Press gangs when ‘pressing’ men into Naval service. Those resisting ‘the press’ would often face assault and restraint to enforce their ‘recruitment’. The cosh is tightly bound in waxed or lacquered cord. The cosh measures 11 ½” length. The shaft has weighted ‘club’ head ends which double as pommel ends for striking and to assist grip. Each end has a stepped metal discs with embossed Horse’s heads which are 1.5cm diameter. The price for this unusual piece includes UK delivery. MISC 875
£195.00

Victorian British Naval Bosun’s ‘Press Gang’ Cord Bound Cosh With Integral Weighted Ends. MISC 874 - MISC 874
This is an original, Victorian era cosh in the form used by Royal Navy Press gangs when ‘pressing’ men into Naval service. Those resisting ‘the press’ would often face assault and restraint to enforce their ‘recruitment’. The cosh is tightly bound in waxed or lacquered cord. The cosh measures 9 ½” length and has a plaited wrist cord. The shaft has weighted ‘club’ head ends which double as pommel ends for striking and to assist grip. The price for this unusual piece includes UK delivery. MISC 874
£195.00

**Lord Admiral Nelson & Battle Of Trafalgar Connections** Limited Edition No. 456 Of 500 Framed Original Piece Copper Sheathing Plate From The Hull Of British War Ship HMS Victory With Certificate of Authenticity By Marine Salvages Nauticalia Ltd. 16177 - 16177
The British HMS Victory is the oldest commissioned warship in the world. She dates back to July 1759 when her keel was laid. Throughout her lavish career the H.M.S. Victory is the only surviving warship that fought in the American War of Independence, the French Revolutionary War and the Napoleonic Wars. In the later she served as Lord Nelson's flagship at the decisive Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. As day broke on Monday 21st October 1805 off Cape Trafalgar, Nelsons fleet of 27 ships formed into 2 columns and sailed towards the enemy. Battle commenced at 11.45 with Collingwoods division breaching the rear of the enemy fleet. Nelson in Victory with her 104 guns followed shortly driving into the centre and opening a devastating fire into the stern of Villeneuve's flagship Bucentaure. Victory then engaged and grappled the Redoutable. At about 13.15 when fighting was at its fiercest, Nelson was shot by a French marksman and taken below where he died at 16.30. By this time the enemy had been beaten and a great victory won. Seventeen ships had been captured. The French battle fleet was never again a threat. Much damaged the Victory was towed to Gibraltar and finally returned to Portsmouth on the 4th December 1805 bearing her dead Admiral. After repairs at Chatham she was recommissioned in March 1808. For the next 4 years she was in active service in the Baltic and off the coast of Spain. In 1812 now 47 years old she finally returned to Portsmouth on the 4th December, ending her long and historic sea life. In 1824 she became the flagship for Port Admiral. In preparation for the bicentenary celebrations in 2005, HMS Victory underwent a major refit which involved replacing some of her timbers, copper rivets, and copper sheathing plates. Nauticalia Ltd (Shepperton Middlesex England) who specialise in maritime memorabilia bought all the salvaged material after her refit and presented them for sale, framed, in a limited edition of 500 pieces. This is one of those framed bicentenary framed pieces of HMS Victory Copper Sheathing plates with Nauticalia certificate of authenticity numbered ‘456 of 500). The decorative wooden frame is glazed and contains a 13” x 9” copper sheathing plate presented on a blue felt background. The plate has correct green patination to be expected and has rivet holes. The Frame has a metal plate inscribed ‘Copper From HMS Victory’. The rear of the frame has a paper label adhered with Nauticalia product reference and Edition number which matches the certificate. The frame is mounted with cord for wall hanging. The frame measures 21”x16”x 3 ½”. The Price for this piece of historic salvage from an iconic war ship includes UK delivery. Sn 16177
£345.00

Decorative WW1 Imperial German Field Artillery Trooper / Reservist’s Porcelain Bier Stein With large Ornate White Metal Hinged Cover With Cast Figure Depicting A WW1 Era Field Gun & Lithopane Panel Base. Sn 16108 - 16108
This is a decorative Imperial German type field artillery trooper / reservist’s personalised Bier Stein. The porcelain has no damage or chips and its colourful art work depicting mounted artillery Officers and Troopers & horse driven field gun trains in action The rim of the base is named ‘Sefrieter Michael Klein’. The stein has German text and Regiment details. The top of the stein has a large white metal hinged cover fixed to the top of the stein’s handle. The cover has crisp embossed decoration. The top also has a cast figure of heraldic arms and a WW1 era field gun. Interestingly the base of the stein has a concealed lithopane panel which can only be viewed when held up to the light and viewed from the open end i.e when drinking the last dregs of the beer content . The crisp colourful panel depicts a ‘soldier and his lady’. The stein is 12” height overall and the base is 4 ¾” diameter. The stein is clean and undamaged. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16108
£195.00

Early WW2 1940 Silver Plated Brass Regimental Bugle Engraved To The 7th Battalion Manchester Regiment By Boosey & Hawkes London, Presented To The Battalion By Noel M Timson With Lanyard. Sn 16081 - 16081
After distinguished service in both World War I and World War II, the Manchester Regiment was amalgamated with the King's Regiment (Liverpool) in 1958, to form the King's Regiment (Manchester and Liverpool) which was, in 2006, amalgamated with the King's Own Royal Border Regiment and the Queen's Lancashire Regiment to form the present Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's, Lancashire and Border). During WW2 the Manchester Regiment served in Italy, North West Europe and the Far East. The 7th Battalion saw much action in Holland during WW2. This is a Silver Plated Brass Regimental Bugle To The 7th Battalion Manchester Regiment With Lanyard. It measures 12" in length and is complete with it's original removable mouth piece marked ‘2/3’ and hanging rings fitted with plaited lanyard. The horn section is crisply engraved with Regimental device, Latin motto, banners ‘7th Battalion’ & ‘The Manchester Regiment’ above wording ‘ Presented By Noel M. Timson February 1940’. The horn is also crisply engraved by the manufacturer ‘ Boosey & Hawkes Ltd, Makers London’ (the first Boosey offices in London opened in 1792 at 4 Old Bond Street, moving to 28 Holles Street in 1816 and 295 Regent Street in 1874. Following the merger in 1930 Hawkes & Sons moved from their offices in Denman Street to join the Boosey staff at Regent Street which continued as the home of the publishing company until 2005 when it relocated to its current offices at Aldwych House.) The bugle has denting consistent with service use and age. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 16081
£475.00
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