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Japanese Arisaka Type 30 Bayonet Made At The Kokura Arsenal and Scabbard. Bayo 300 - Bayo 300
This is a Type 30, variation G bayonet for the Arisaka rifle. It has the Kokura Arsenal mark on the blade followed by the Matsushita Kinzoku KK Arsenal mark. This sub plant was commonly known as 'National Denki'. The bayonet has slab wood grips secured by two rivets. It has a push bayonet release button in the steel flat 'birds head' pommel. It has a straight crossguard. The blade is fullered and measures 15 3/4", 20 1/8" overall. The blade is in excellent condition. The scabbard is steel and has a steel belt loop. According to Raymond C. Labar in his monumental book, 'Bayonets of Japan' this is a Grade 5 scarce bayonet (See number LB-108 on page 137). The price includes UK delivery. Bayo 300
£225.00

Vietnam Era U.S. Special Forces 'Nata' Design Fighting Knife / Machete & Sheath. Sn 13871:6 - 13871:6
This is a Japanese made Nata design fighting knife / machete. These knives were popular with U.S. troops and Special Forces serving in Vietnam. They found the 18" U.S. machetes unsuited to their particular kind of fighting. This style was so popular, that it served to influence the development of the larger Square Tip and SOG Bolo machetes. The overall length of the knife is 14 1/2 inches, the blade is 7 1/2 inches long, and 2 1/4 inches wide. The edge is hewer cut, that is bevelled only on one side. The flat side has a visible temper line and fuller. The other side is a chiselled design with Japanese symbols. The wooden handle has a ferrule and the handle is cut to accept the blade and is secured with two steel pins. The blade is very sharp. The overall condition of the knife is excellent. The scabbard is made of wood and is covered with brown leather. All stitching is intact. Riveted belt loop is present but the retention strap is broken on one side. (see 'The Military Knife & Bayonet' book by Homer M. Brett, page 327). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13871:6
£395.00

WW1 1917 Dated U.S. Army M1897 Colt .38 Revolver Holster By G & K. L 389 - L 389
This is an excellent WW1 1917 dated U.S. Army Model 1897 Colt .38" revolver holster. It has a nice patina. It has a single broad retaining flap with single brass stud fastener. The front of the holster is stamped with the U.S. Army 'U.S. Roundel'. The rear of the holster features a broad 5" belt loop large enough to slide onto the cartridge belt of the day. (see Page 196 of Doughboy to G.I. by Lewis). The belt loop is nicely stamped "G & K 1917". The belt loop is stitched and secured with three rivets as well. All leather and stitching of the holster is intact. It is fitted with a muzzle tip plug with ring for a thigh retaining cord. The price for this excellent nicely stamped U.S. Army holster includes UK delivery. L 389
£195.00

WW1 1917 Dated U.S. Army M1897 Colt .38 Revolver Holster By G & K. L 390 - L 390
This is an excellent WW1 1917 dated U.S. Army Model 1897 Colt .38" revolver holster. It has a single broad retaining flap with single brass stud fastener. The front of the holster is stamped with the U.S. Army 'U.S. Roundel'. The rear of the holster features a broad 5" belt loop large enough to slide onto the cartridge belt of the day. (see Page 196 of Doughboy to G.I. by Lewis). The belt loop is nicely stamped "G & K 1917 A.G.". All leather and stitching of the holster is intact. It is fitted with a muzzle tip plug with ring and a thigh retaining cord. The price for this excellent nicely stamped U.S. Army holster includes UK delivery. L 390
£195.00

A WW2 1941 Dated 1939 Emergency Pattern Rippled Leather Ammunition Pouch By D.R.S.P. L 301 - L 301
A WW2 1941 dated 1939 Emergency Pattern rippled leather ammunition pouch. Just as had happened in 1914, emergency measures were required to provide equipment in a rush. The heads of the leather industry were approached and asked to design a leather alternative to Pattern 37. This was then delegated to two men. Over one weekend, they designed and made-up a set. This was taken to the War Office, where it was approved on the spot. An order for one million sets of Leather Infantry Equipment Pattern 1939 was passed back to the leather manufacturers. By the end of 1939, this order had almost been filled. This is a 1939 emergency pattern ammunition pouch. Made from rippled leather it has a fold over flap secured over a brass button on the front. It has one compartment with a small inner flap. On the reverse it has a leather belt loop which is stitched and riveted. The belt loop is stamped with "D.R.S.P. Cawnpore 1941 2 G 92" and a War Office 'Broad Arrow'. All stitching is present and secure. The price includes UK delivery. L 301
£75.00

WW1 German M1883 Reichsrevolver Holster For Mounted Field Artillery Gunners. L 302 - L 302
WW1 German M1883 Reichsrevolver holster for mounted field artillery gunners. The M1879 Reichsrevolver, or Reichs-Commissions-Revolver Modell 1879 and 1883, were service revolvers used by the German Army from 1879 to 1908, when it was superseded by the Luger. The two versions of the revolver differ only in barrel length (The M1883 had a 5-inch barrel). Although the design was dated, the weapon was extremely robust, and they were still used through World War I. The M1879 is referred to as the "cavalry model" and the M1883 as the "officer's model," by collectors, which were not official designations. The longest side of the holster, not including the flap measures 8", 10" including the flap. The holster is in very good condition. It retains a very nice patina. The stitching on the holster is all present and is secure. It has a fold over flap secured with a leather strap through a steel buckle. Inside it is clearly stamped with "L.G. 01". On the reverse it has two belt loops which are stitched. This is a very nice original example, (See 'Der Reichsrevolver Und Seine Varianten' book by Heinrich E. Harder, pages 184 & 191). The price includes UK delivery. L 302
£295.00

Scarce WW2 1943 Dated 'Craighead' U.S. Smith & Wesson Victory Model Revolver Holster. L 303 - L 303
A WW2 1943 dated 'Craighead' U.S. Smith & Wesson 'Victory' Model revolver holster. The Victory Model was used by United States forces during WW2, being chambered in the well-known and popular .38 Special cartridge. The Victory Model was a standard issue sidearm for United States Navy and Marine Corps aircrews, and was also used by security guards at factories and defence installations throughout the United States during the war. The holster is in excellent condition. It has the 'US' raised oval cartouche on the front. It has a fold over flap which secures with a 'Fix' press stud. It shows almost no signs of use. On the reverse it has a stitched and riveted belt loop which is marked with the 'Craighead' of Denver Trade mark stamp and "US 1943". This is a hard to find holster and in very good condition. The price includes Uk delivery. L 303
£195.00

Contemporary Colt Percussion Revolver Leather Holster. L 304 - L 304
This is a contemporary Colt Percussion revolver black leather holster. The holster is in good condition, all stitching is present and secure. It has a fold over flap top and a leather strap folds up from the back to secure it over a brass button. On the reverse it has a stitched leather belt loop to take a 2 1/2" - 2 3/4" belt. The long side of the holster measures 9 1/4" long, and it measures 13 3/4" long on it's diagonal. The price includes UK delivery. L 304
£275.00

WW1 / WW2 German Naval Officer's Brown Leather Holster For The Luger PO8 9mm Parrabellum Pistol. L 305 - L 305
This original German, (possibly Naval) Officer's WW2 leather holster for the Luger 9mm Parabellum pistols is in nice undamaged condition. Made of brown cow hide leather, the holster is buckle fastening and has an integral leather pouch with brass stud fastener sewn into the inside of it's lid, for a Luger pistol stripping tool (available separately on this website) and a magazine pouch on it's right hand aspect (Magazine available separately on this website). It has the correct 'quick draw strap with leather toggle. The holster has two original belt loops to the rear, one horizontal and one vertical. We think this is either for two straps for shoulder carry as in for Naval use or possibly for strapping it to a shoulder stock. The loops are original and have not been moved or altered, see the photograph. All stitching, straps and buckle are intact. The price includes UK delivery. L 305
£295.00

CAPTURED, WW2, Nazi German Armoured, U-Boat Turret, 'U-Bootglas' 7x 50 Binoculars By Carl Zeiss, Jena (blc) In The Original Wooden Container In Which They Were Found When The U-Boat Was Broken Down For Salvage In Belfast At The End Of WW2. Sn 13151 - 13151
In early 1943 the Nazi German Command, introduced the 'U-Bootglas' 7x 50, Armoured, U-Boat Turret, Binoculars (see pages 377/8 of Military Binoculars & Telescopes By Seeger). These Binoculars are a fine original example which were recovered, in their original wooden container, from a captured U-Boat at the end of WW2 while the U-Boat was being broken down for salvage at Belfast at the end of WW2. The Binocular's armoured body has its original correct light green finish and have cast lanyard bars. The lenses are protected by heavy duty rubber shrouds with hinged rubber lens covers. The right shoulder under the rubber shroud is crisply stamped by the lense manufacturer’s Nazi German Wartime code 'blc' which is Carl Zeiss, Jena, together with 7x50 (magnification) & Number '54499'. These binoculars were originally issued without carry cases and in transportation crates of 10 for use by U-Boat crews. This pair of binoculars were recovered from the U-Boat in the accompanying open top wooden box. The inside and top edges of the box is lined with leather secured by nails. The edges of the leather have some service wear consistent with age and use. The wood is undamaged and the back aspect has 2 drilled holes for mounting, no doubt for convenient access in the turret area. All optics are excellent. Price for this piece of U-Boat history includes UK delivery. Sn 13151
£1,475.00

WW1 1916 – 1918 Imperial German Army NCO’s 6 X 39 Magnification Fernglas Model 08 Field Binoculars By Voigtlander Braunschweig & Leather Case Impressed Berlin. Sn 13905 - 13905
These are an excellent original cased pair of WW1 German Army, 6 X 39 Magnification, Field Binoculars. These binoculars were developed in response to a 1916 German Government contract for issue to Non Commissioned Officers and were produced until the end of the Great War in 1918 (see page 20 of ‘Military Binoculars & Telescopes For Land Sea & Air Service’ by Seeger where a similar cased example to ours is illustrated). The Binoculars have the correct blue /grey finish with adjustable eyepieces. The cast body of the binoculars have lanyard bars. The adjustment dial is crisply marked with manufacturer and model detail together with number ‘No.186’ (illustrated). The hinge has matching number ‘59186’. All optics are excellent and function as they should. The Binoculars are contained in their fitted sturdy brown leather hard case with hinged lid rear belt loops and hanging bar for shoulder strap. The lid is secured by leather tabs on the left and right sides of the case which attach to metal suds on the lid. The case has a small impressed stamp ‘Berlin’ and the inside of the lid has its original paper instructions label with printed German text (all illustrated). Price for this excellent set of nicely marked German NCO’s WW1 Military Binoculars, includes UK delivery. Sn 13905
£345.00

SOLD SOLD SOLD MATCHING NUMBERS, Nazi German WW2, Walther P38 9mm Parabellum, Semi Automatic Pistol By ‘cyq’ (Metallwarenfabrik Spreewerk, Berlin-Spandau) & Nazi Marked Magazine By ‘jve’ (Optische Werke, Saxony). Sn 13902 - 13902
The Walther P38 was a 9 mm semi-automatic pistol developed by Walther as a service pistol of the Wehrmacht in 1938. This is an excellent original example of the Walther P38 Pistol. Its metal work is undamaged. Its retains its original blue finish. Its black bakelite grooved grips have no cracks and are totally secure. The left side of its slide is crisply stamped 'P38' and with serial number '8340g'. The slide is also stamped 'cyq' which is the Nazi German War time manufacturer code for ‘Metallwarenfabrik Spreewerk, Berlin-Spandau’. The left side of the frame is Waffenamt. The right side of the slide is also Waffenamt and has the Nazi Eagle with Swastika National Emblem. The frame and barrel are stamped with matching numbers ‘8340g’. Its original magazine is Waffenamt and has a partially isible nazi manufacturer code which appears to be ‘jve’ (Optische Werke Ernst Ludwig, Weixdorf, Anhalt, Saxony). The pistol strips, cocks and dry fires perfectly. Price includes UK delivery and deactivation certificate. Sn 13902
£0.00
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