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WW1 1916 Imperial German Luger PO8 9mm Semi Automatic Pistol 'Hard Case' Brown Leather Holster By Rudolf Wiemer & Co. Sn 14104 - 14104
An original WW1 1916 dated Luger PO8 'hard case' holster made of brown cow hide. The cover is secured by a leather strap and metal buckle, both are in excellent condition. The holster has a magazine carrier stitched to the right aspect. The reverse of the holster has two leather belt loops, both of which are secure. The inside has its original leather toggle quick draw strap and pocket with flap cover for Luger stripping tool. All of the stitching and leather of the holster are clean and intact. The inside of the holster flap top is impressed with manufacturer's name "Rudolf Wiemer & Co Mulheim Ruhr" and "1916" date. The price includes UK delivery. L 308 (NB Luger PO8 Pistols, Magazines and Stripping Tools are available separately on this website) Sn 14104
£325.00

Rare Export Model of the 1925-1930 Webley Mark II (Target Model) .177 Calibre Air Pistol With Wooden Grips. Sn 14011 - 14011
This is an excellent condition and scarce export model for the U.S.A. of the Webley Mark II (Target Model) air pistol. These pistols were produced between 1925 and 1930 (See page 40, 41 of Bruce's book 'Webley Air Pistols'). It has excellent undamaged metal work with nice patina throughout. The walnut stock plates, only fitted to U.S.A. export models carry a cartouche on the left side. The walnut plates have a chequered grip and are in excellent condition. The left side of the frame above the grip is stamped serial number '29814' and with the 'Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham & London' manufacturers detail together with 'British Patent 219872" on the left side of the cylinder. The right side is marked 'Webley Air Pistol Mark II (Target Model) Made In England' together with "A.F. STOEGER. INC NEW YORK SOLE U.S. AGENTS" and on the front right of the cylinder "U.S.A. PATD JULY 7, 1925", this was only found on the export models. It has an adjustable rear sight. The end of the cylinder is stamped with "814" and the trigger frame with "A.W.". The left side above the trigger has the correct safety catch feature. The pistol, cocks and fires with a strong spring action. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 14011
£675.00

British WW1 1916 Dated Brown Leather Open Top Holster For Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolvers For Machine Gun Crews By HGR Stamped to '3PWV" (Prince of Wales's Volunteers) With Brass Cleaning Rod. Sn 12691 - 12691
An excellent WW1 1916 dated British brown leather open top holster for the Webley Mk.VI .455" service revolver, complete with its brass cleaning rod contained in a slim pocket at the rear. The strap to secure the flap is stamped with "HGR 1916" (Hepburn Gale Ross Ltd). The rear has two brass clips for fixing it to the equipment belt and releasing it quickly if needed. Between the clip it is clearly stamped with "4 PWV" (4th Prince of Wales Volunteers). The holster has it's original retaining strap and brass stud. It has three drainage holes in the bottom leather base. The holster retains a very nice patina. All stitching and leather is intact. The leather and stitching are in excellent condition. These holster's were popular with machine gun crews because the weapon could be drawn easily from the prone position because of the open top. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12691
£245.00

British WW1 1916 Dated Brown Leather Open Top Holster For Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolvers For Machine Gun Crews By HGR With Steel Cleaning Rod. L 308 - L 308
An excellent WW1 1916 dated British brown leather open top and bottom holster for the Webley Mk.VI .455" service revolver, complete with its steel cleaning rod contained in a slim pocket at the rear. The strap to secure the flap is stamped with "HGR 1916" (Hepburn Gale Ross Ltd). Inside the top edge of holster it is stamped with a series of numbers "989839" and some more that are too faint to make out, see the inset on the third photograph. The rear has two brass clips for fixing it to the equipment belt and releasing it quickly if needed. The holster has it's original retaining strap and brass stud. This holster has an open bottom fro drainage. The holster retains a very nice patina. All stitching and leather is intact. The leather and stitching are in excellent condition. These holster's were popular with machine gun crews because the weapon could be drawn easily from the prone position because of the open top. The price includes UK delivery. L 308
£235.00

2 x WW1 1915 Dated, 1868 Pattern, British Army In India Lancer’s Cavalry Lance Both With Red and White Pennant and Leather Wrist Thong. Sn 14027 - Sn 14027
2 X WW1 1915 dated, 1868 Pattern British Cavalry, War Department stamped British Army In India Lance's with both with Pennants and leather wrist thongs. This pattern lance saw active service in many parts of the world and famous campaigns, and was extremely successful and as a lance used from horseback was virtually impossible to improve upon. Used notably during the Zulu wars and in insurrections in India and later in WW1. Special lancer cavalry units were highly trained in using the lance which was used up to and including the first world war. Unlike preceding and the later 1885, 94 lance patterns, this version used a strong male bamboo shaft. The lances are made from a single bamboo shaft which is smooth and solid. On both the triangular section head has three blade edges for maximum penetration and measures 6", the ferule measures 12.5" overall. Both she spear point ferrules are nicely marked with the India Arsenal inspection mark, WD Arrow and ‘No.1 I P’ together with ‘1915’ date. The shoe or butts are shaped to fit into a special carrying harness on the horse saddle. Both the head and butt are steel. Both shafts have a red and white pennants attached. Also on the lances are a Blancoed cord grip and leather wrist thong which is also blancoed. The lances both measure 9.3 feet. These are very nice complete examples. **Please note that delivery is by arrangement due to the length and within the UK Only**.
£475.00

5 x Various Police Male Constable's / Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmets With Helmet Plates, Priced Per Helmet. Sn 13907:35 - 13907:35
4 x various two piece and 1 x one piece police forces male Constable's / Sergeant's helmets, all with helmet plates all with chin straps. They are all blue serge bodies, with chrome rose boss and all have a Queen’s Crown (QE II) metal helmet plate. All five helmets have a leather sweat band with string adjustment cord and chinstrap. The first is a one piece West Riding Constabulary Helmet, by Christy's London. The second, a two piece Northamptonshire Police, size 57, the third is a two piece South Wales Police helmet, the fourth is a two piece Metropolitan Police helmet, size 56 and the last is a Bedfordshire Constabulary helmet with blackened helmet plate. The price EACH includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:35
£125.00

HI GRADE SHOWA, Early WW2 Japanese Officer's Sword Signed 'NOSHU (Province) SEKI (City) MAYE GAWA (Family Name) KANETSUGU (Smith)’ & Scabbard. Sn 14062 - 14062
This is an excellent, original WW2 Japanese Officers sword & scabbard. The sword has a fish skin handle bound with cord. It has its original copper and brass and floral menuki. The pommel has its original hanging ring. The tang is signed with Japanese script characters identifying the sword smith and the family for which the sword was made 'NOSHU (Province) SEKI (City) MAYE GAWA (Family Name) KANETSUGU (Smith)’ and has a C1940 Seki Arsenal mark. KaneTsugu’s real name was Imai Kenzaburo. He began training as a student of Kiribuchi Kanetomo and later studied under Kasama Shigetsuga. He made medium to high grade Gendiato and was 3rd seat in the 1941 Exhibition. He died on 6th February 1971 aged 77 (see page 71 of Slough’s book Modern Japanese Swordsmiths, Toko Taikan TK-95, KAN-2714 Hawley’s Japanese Swordsmiths and Nihonto Meikan NMK-153). The hilt is fitted with its fully functioning push button scabbard retaining clip. The 26 ¾” blade has original polish and clear wave hamon. The blade has just small areas of staining consistent with age and is razor sharp with no damage. It is carried in its original steel scabbard with ornate copper fittings, original green paint and a single hanging ring. Price for this nicely marked sword which is high grade Showa & worthy of further research includes UK delivery. Sn 14062
£1,200.00
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