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WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol Magazine With Alloy Butt. N 494 - N 494
Original WW2 9mm Parabellum PO 8 Luger Semi Automatic Pistol magazine with an alloy butt. The magazine case is in very good condition and has an alloy butt. The case is stamped near to the butt with "2/1001". It is stamped on the butt with "1 4005". (see the second photograph). The thumb slide operates as it should and the spring is in good order. The price includes UK delivery. N 494
£165.00

DEACTIVATED INERT WW2 (1944 dated) German 13.2mm Hotchkiss (13.2 x 96) HE (High Explosive) Anti-Aircraft Round. O 1201 - O 1201
DEACTIVATED INERT This a WW2 (1944 dated) German 13.2mm Hotchkiss (13.2 x 96) HE (High Explosive) Anti-Aircraft round. The guns were originally French before the start of WW2, and when captured, they were re issued with German ammunition. The guns were mounted on a tripod for ground defence or on a ship mount with one or two barrels. The gun was fed by a 30 round magazine. The lacquered steel cartridge case is percussion primed and retains much of its original brown lacquered finish. The headstamp is eej (Maerkisches Walzwerk, Staussberg, district Potsdam) 6d 13.2 St 44 (1944 date) waffenampt 161. The iron driving banded high explosive projectile is stamped e 44 eet 1d waffenampt 23 and retains some of its original yellow finish. The lacquered AZ1532 brass coated steel nose fuse is stamped 1532 eds 42 86C waffenampt 61 . Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. No licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. There are two rounds available. Sn O 1201
£75.00

sold sold WW2 1941 Dated British Royal Navy Leather Amunition Pouch By B.H. & G. L 386 - L 386
A WW2 1941 dated Royal Naval leather pistol ammunition pouch. Officially designed for 42 rounds the ammunition pouch could hold 2 x twelve round .455 packs or 6 x six round paper packets. The leather pouch is in excellent condition. It retains a very nice patina and is supple. All of the stitching is in place and secure. It has a fold over flap top. The flap is secured with a short leather tab which secures over a brass button on the front. The tab is secured with copper rivets. Inside it has one compartment for ammunition. On the reverse it has two leather belt loops which are secured with copper rivets. The stitching is also re-enforced with an additional four copper rivets on the pouch. On the reverse it is stamped with "B.H.G. 1941". It measures 6" x 4 1/4". This is a very nice example. The price includes UK delivery. L 386
£0.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. German Unfired WW2 7.5 cm Pak 40 (75 x 714R) PzGr39 APCBCHET (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped, High Explosive, Trace) for the 7.5cm Panzerabwehrkanone 40 (Pak40) Anti-Tank Gun. O 1202 - O 1202
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an inert unfired German WW2 7.5cm PzGr39 (75 x 714R) PzGr39 APCBCHE/T (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped, High Explosive, Trace) round for the Pak40 (Panzerabwehrkanone 40), the main anti-tank gun used from 1942 onwards, especially on the Eastern Front. The PzGr 39 APCBC (Armour Piercing, Capped, Ballistic Capped) projectile has a single iron driving band and has its pressed steel ballistic cap on the top. The lacquered steel has been refinished to its original dark brown colour and is headstamped wa (Hasag, Hugo Schneider AG, Abteilung Lampenfabrik, Leipzig.) . The primer is stamped 44 (1944 date). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display Sn O 1202
£395.00

DEACTIVATED INERT WW2 (1942 dated) German 15 mm MK151/15 (15x96) HEIT (High Explosive Incendiary Trace) Cannon Round O 1203 - O 1203
DEACTIVATED INERT This a WW2 (1942 dated) German 15mm MK 151/15 (15x96) HEIT (high explosive incendiary trace aircraft cannon round fitted to various German aircraft during WW2, including the Me109, FW190,various night fighters and bomber aircraft. The lacquered steel cartridge case is percussion primed and retains much original finish. The headstamp is OXO (Teuto-Metallwerke GmbH, Osnabrueck) 42(1942) XI waffenampt 135. The copper driving banded high explosive projectile is Stamped eeu (Lieferungsgemeinschaft westthueringische Werkzeug- u. Metallwarenfabriken GmbH, Schmalkalden in Thueringen) 2f 1944 , retaining 60 – 70% of its original yellow finish, green incendiary nose band and red tracer band. The lacquered steel nose fuse is stamped AZ1552 wa (Hasag, Hugo Schneider AG, Abteilung Lampenfabrik, Leipzig) 8 1942 . Both projectile and cartridge case have no cracks in the necks. No licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as a part of a collection or display. Price includes UK delivery. There are two rounds available. O 1203
£95.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare German 1945 Improvised Last Ditch Hand Grenade Variation II Made From The Body Of Parachute-dropped SD 0.5kg Splitterbombe Cluster Bomb Fitted With A BZE 39 Pull Friction Fuse. O 1204 - O 1204
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare German 1945 improvised Last Ditch hand grenade variation II made from the body of parachute-dropped SD 0.5kg Splitterbombe cluster bomb bomblet fitted with a BZE 39 pull friction fuse. These were used in the last months of1945 at the end of WW2. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn O 1204
£175.00

INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare German 1945 Improvised Last Ditch Hand Grenade Variation II Made From The Body Of Parachute-dropped SD 0.5kg Splitterbombe Cluster Bomb Fitted With A BZE 40 Pull Friction Fuse. O 1205 - O 1205
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare German 1945 improvised Last Ditch hand grenade variation II made from the body of parachute-dropped SD 0.5kg Splitterbombe cluster bomb bomblet fitted with a BZE 40 pull friction fuse fitted with winglets to help the user to pull the cap of the fuse. These were used in the last months of1945 at the end of WW2. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Two of these grenades are available. Sn O 1205
£175.00

Post 1997 USA Gunpower Stealth Pre Charge Pneumatic PCP .22 Calibre Single Shot Air Rifle With Sound Moderator, Frame Mounted Red Dot Laser Sight, Torch & 6-24x50 AOE Telescopic Sight. Sn 13803:6 - 13803:6
In 1994 Geoff Darvill came up with the idea of using the air cylinder of a pre-charged rifle as the stock instead of placing in front of the rifle. This meant the balance of the rifle was better because the weight was to the rear and gave the possibility of greater efficiency because the tank was in-line with the barrel. He teamed up with John McCaslin based in Texas USA to design and improve the idea. In December 1997 the GunPower Stealth was born. At the time it was unique, a pre-charged pneumatic air rifle giving over 500 shots per fill in .22(5.5mm), with no wood on the rifle it was incredibly light. Primarily built as a take-down hunting rifle, the Stealth, is available in four different calibres, .177(4.5mm), .20(5mm), .22(5.5mm) and .25(6.35mm) is also an accurate target gun. This is an excellent example of the Gunpower Stealth in .22 Calibre. Its loading and firing actions work as they should and it is fitted with Sound Moderator, Frame Mounted Red Dot Laser Sight, Torch & 6-24x50 AOE Telescopic Sight. The laser dot sight has a thumb operated switch mounted above the left pistol grip. The optics of the sight are excellent. When assembled including air cylinder the air rifle measures 36” overall length. Price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. Sn 13803:6
£450.00

EARLY OLD SPEC WW2 Era .45 ACP Calibre Thompson USA M1 Auto Ordnance Corp Sub Machine Gun With Stick Magazine. Sn 13820 - 13820
This is an excellent early old specification (1991 Deactivation) WW2, Thompson M1 SMG. It has it's original wood stock, pistol grip and fore stock and the metal work has its original finish. The weapon is crisply stamped 'Auto -Ordnance Corporation, Bridgeport, Connecticut, U.S.A. on the right side of the frame and 'Thompson Submachine Gun, Caliber .45 M1 No. 181796’ on the left side of the frame. The top of the frame is stamped with the Thompson name and legend. It can be stripped and it cocks & dry fires. The Thompson is complete with Auto -Ordnance marked stick magazine, sling swivels and has a steel butt plate with trap. Price for this increasingly hard to find weapon includes deactivation certificate and UK delivery. Sn 13820
£1,675.00

QUALITY, Victorian, 1873 British Light Cavalry Officer's Sword With Etched Blade By Wilkinson Sword Pall Mall London Blade No. 32083 Retailed by Hawkes & Co London & Scabbard With Copy Of Original Wilkinson Sword Sale / Completion Record. - 13840
An excellent, quality made Victorian Officer's Light Cavalry Sword and scabbard in excellent condition. The clean 35" fullered blade has etched panels on both sides with Crown VR (Victoria Regina) Royal Cypher decorative foliate panels .The ricasso is inlaid with ordnance acceptance roundel and etched 'star' on one side and the retailers name and London address ‘Hawkes & Co’ together with Royal Appointment on the reverse. The back of the blade is numbered ‘32083’ and has an etched panel with the manufacturer’s name ‘Manufactured By Wilkinson Sword Pall Mall London’. It's knuckle bow with side bars, stepped pommel and fish skin covered hilt with original tight wires are excellent and undamaged. It is complete with original steel scabbard with 2 hanging rings and large shoe. The sword is accompanied by a copy of the original Wilkinson sword Sale / completion register indicating that the blade was proved on 9th March 1893. The record states that the item is a ‘Light Cavalry Fitter In’. The enquiry to Wilkinson re the sword was made by arms researcher Richard Milner Ltd who states that the term ‘fitter in’ indicates some sort of contemporary alteration to the hilt or blade. The single A4 size page correspondence from Milner Ltd confirming date of manufacturer and the term ‘fitter in’ also accompanies the sword. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 13840
£475.00

RESERVED WW1/ WW2 Era Large British Royal Navy Admiralty Pattern Smith Astral War Ship's Brass Bulkhead Clock With 8 Day Movement And 8” Dial With Torpedo / Navigation 60 Seconds Time Keeping Feature & Original Key. Sn 13703 - 13703
An original British Royal Navy Admiralty Pattern Smith Astral War Ship's Brass Bulkhead Clock as used on British war Ships during WW1 & WW2. These clocks have an unusual outer dial 60 second counting feature with red ‘hand’ most likely used for calculating torpedo travel or navigation & an inner hour roundel feature with 2 black hands (the longer black hand indicates minutes by utilising the numerals on the outer dial numerals). The clock case is brass and comes with its original brass key stamped by the manufacturer (illustrated in image 3) and numbered ‘10’. The face is white with an adjustable slow-fast slider in a slot for fine tuning the time keeping. There is also a hole for key winding. The face is marked by the manufacturer ‘Smith Astral’. The face is covered by a glazed hinged. The clock case measures 11" in diameter and is 4" deep. The clock is mounted on a later wooden base which has an inset hanger to the rear for wall mounting. This Naval piece has been recently cleaned and serviced and is fully functioning, keeping precise time. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13703
£745.00

Cased, Victorian Era British Dollond London 4 Draw Mahogany & Brass Telescope With Removable Brass Lens Protector Cap & Hard Leather Case. Sn 13704 - 13704
For a time in the eighteenth and nineteenth century the word 'Dollond' was almost a generic term for telescope rather like 'Hoover; is to vacuum cleaner. Genuine Dollond telescopes were considered to be amongst the best. Peter Dollond (1731-1820) was the business brain behind the company which he founded in Vine Street, Spitalfields in 1750. In 1752 he entered into a business partnership with his father John (1706-1761) and the shop was relocated to a position under the sign of the Golden Spectacles and Sea Quadrant in Exeter Exchange, off The Strand. Dollond & Co merged with Aitchison & Co in 1927 to form Dollond & Aitchison, the well-known high street chain of opticians. They no longer manufacture but are exclusively a retail operation. This is an excellent 4 Draw Telescope. By Dollond London in the form popular in the Victorian era. It is made of mahogany covered brass & is nicely stamped ‘Dollond London’ near to the eye piece. The telescope measures 42 ¼” fully extended and 11 ¼” closed. The eye piece has a sliding shutter cover and the telescope has a removable brass lens protector cap. It is complete with its original leather carry case with buckle and loops for attachment of shoulder strap. This telescope has recently been cleaned and serviced. All optics of the telescope are excellent and function as they should. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13704
£275.00
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