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Pre 1952 Essex Constabulary Womens Uniform Cap With Essex Constabulary Kings Crown Cap badge. Sn 13907:63 - 13907:63
This is a 1950's era Essex Constabulary Police Women's uniform hat complete with Kings Crown Essex Constabulary hat badge. The hats design is based on the WW2 British Women's military uniform issue hat. The hat is in perfect undamaged condition. It has a large visor peak. The top is made up of 4 sewn segments, all made in dark blue cloth. The hat has a black embroidered head band with an Essex Constabulary cap badge. On the inside it is lined with black cotton. There is no size in the hat. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:63
£175.00

1950's-60's West German Police 'Polizei' Peaked Police Motorcyclist Helmet By Romer Helm, Size 57 / 58 and Helmet Transfer Badge. Sn 13907:62 - 13907:62
This is a 1950's-60's West German Police 'Polizei' motorcyclist helmet, size 57 / 58. The helmet is made of hard composite and coloured white and it has a leather headband on the outside which is padded. It is styled similar to the British 'Corker' motorcycle helmet. It has a black leather neck and ear piece with black nylon chin strap which is adjustable with a steel buckle. To the front is a transfer type helmet badge which depicts a rearing horse. Inside it has the makers label " Romer" and a brown leather 9 tongue liner. The liner has a circular label with the size "57 / 58". The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:62
£135.00

1950's-60's West German Police 'Polizei' Peaked Police Motorcyclist Helmet By Romer Helm, Size 59 and Helmet Badge. Sn 13907:61 - 13907:61
This is a 1950's-60's West German Police 'Polizei' motorcyclist peaked helmet, size 59. The helmet is made of hard composite and coloured white and it has what looks to be a leather peak, piped in white leather. On either side it has in black letters "Polizei" the German for police. It is styled similar to the British ';Corker' motorcycle helmet. It has a black leather neck and ear piece with black leather chin strap which is adjustable with a brass buckle. To the front is a metal helmet badge which depicts a castle with three towers. Inside it has the makers label "Original Romer Helm" and a brown leather 10 tongue liner. The liner is stamped in black ink with the size "59". The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:61
£145.00

1950'-1960's British Police Constables / Sergeants Staffordshire County Police Motocyclist 'Corker' Helmet & Badge. Sn 13907:60 - 13907:60
An Original 1950's-1960's Staffordshire County Police motorcyclist's 'Corker' helmet. The 'Corker' helmet, so called because it was made from leather covered cork is in good original condition. The outer finish is black leather and the top is made od four panels, stitched. There are two breather vents on either side. The peak is also leather covered and it has a black leather stitched headband. To the front it has a Staffordshire County Police helmet / cap badge. It has a black leather insert which is stitched and covers the neck and the ears which incorporates an justable chin strap which is secured with a single press stud. Inside it is lined with red cotton and still has the word 'Corker' visible. There is no size marking visible on the helmet. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:60
£195.00

1950's French Police 'Paris Bandsman's' Kepi With Bullion Badges By Perchet Freres. Sn 13907:59 - 13907:59
An Original 1950's French Police 'Paris bandsman' Kepi. The kepi is made from dark blue corded cloth and on the top and the top edges it has a fine gold bullion piping with cross design on the top. It has a silver bullion chin strap secured on either side with a silver coloured button. The peak is black with black rolled edge. To the front it has two bullion badges. The top one is silver green and red and the one below is silver. Inside it has a brown leather sweat band. It is lined in brown silk and in the top it is stamped with the manufacturers stamp, "Equipment Militares Perchet Freres 4 Rue des Mauvais Garcons 58 Rue du Roi de Sicile, Paris". A very nice example. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:59
£125.00

Rochester Divison Kent Constabulary Victorian Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated Constable 88. Sn 14331 - 14331
A Victorian (V.R. C.1837-1850) Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Kent Constabulary, Rochester Division. Following the introduction of the Metropolitan Police in 1829 one of the next pieces of legislation enabling the formation of a police force was the Municipal Corporations Act of 1835. The result of this reform was to allow 178 boroughs to form a watch committee, which in turn had to establish and supervise a local police force. The Kent County Constabulary became operational on 20 May 1857 with 222 officers, and truncheons from this period are rare. The example shown is decorated with a crown over a script ‘VR’ cipher and inscribed ‘KENT’ in the cartouche. This truncheon is made from hard wood and is painted black above the grips where the hand painted decoration has been applied. It is hand decorated and varnished. The truncheon has the Queens Crown at the top in red, gold, black and white. Below this is "VR" in gold and there is a gold cartouche below this with "Kent" in gold on a red background. Below this it has "Rochester Div. 18". The truncheon has a multi grooved grip which is shaped. This is a very nice truncheon. The truncheon measures 18 1/2" long. The price includes Uk delivery. Sn 14331
£375.00

British South Africa Police (BSAP) Shko Style Native Police Constables Helmet With Badge. Sn 13907:58 - 13907:58
A Vintage British South Africa Police (BSAP) Shako Type helmet. This is the shako used by forces of the British South Africa Police (BSAP), which was the paramilitary police force of Rhodesia. It was created as a force of mounted infantrymen in 1889 by Cecil Rhodes’ British South Africa Company. In 1896 it began to operate independently and “Company” was dropped from its name. It remained part of Rhodesia’ paramilitary police forces until it was disbanded following the formation of the Zimbabwe Republic Police in 1980. The unit saw action in the First and Second Matabele Wars, the Second Boer War, the First World War, the Second World and the Rhodesian Bush War. The helmet is cork and covered with khaki, it has a flat top and to each side there are vents. The helmet has a headband. It retains the original Rhodesian brass helmet plate. Inside it has a green lining in the peaks and inside it has a leather sweat band and two brass hooks for a chin strap.
£275.00

South African Police Pith Helmet and South African Police Kings Crown Helmet Plate, Size 7 1/8. Sn 13907:57 - 13907:57
This is a rare South African Police Pith helmet in blue serge and with a Kings Crown helmet plate. The South African Police (SAP) was officially formed on the 1st April, 1913, from the Police corps of the various Provinces. It remained the national police force in South Africa from 1913 to 1994. It was also the de facto police force in the territory of South-West Africa (Namibia) from 1939 to 1981. With the outbreak of the First World War the SAMR were called to service and the SAP assumed their responsibilities. 957 police officers were also assigned to the Defence Force for active duty, in the course of which 73 were killed. In 1927, after the SAMR had been disbanded, the SAP took over the Pietermaritzburg and then the Durban (1936) areas. After this all duties excluding those of the South African Railway Police and the South African Military Police Corps became the responsibility of the SAP. On 1 June 1939 South West Africa (now Namibia) also fell under SAP jurisdiction. The helmet is stamped inside with the size "7 1/8" and a makers stamp "SAP H PLY Bulldog Pretoria" and a hand written "66/59". There is also a Dymo tape tag "S.A.P. 1948". The helmet is in excellent condition, the outside being a six panel blue serge with top vent. It has a South African Police Kings Crown helmet plate to the front. There is a black leather head band. Inside the outer rim is lined in green cotton and inside it has a leather sweat band. The top vent is secured with a brass screw fixing inside. It has two brass hooks for a chin strap. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:57
£295.00

West Riding Constabulary Male Constable's / Sergeant's Blue Serge Helmet With Blackened West Riding Constabulary Helmet Plate. 13907:56 - 13907:56
The West Riding Constabulary was established in 1856 as a county force which operated alongside the existing borough forces until amalgamation began in 1968. It was originally divided into 31 police districts within the county. In 1928 the first patrol car made an appearance and a Road Traffic Division was created in 1938 – a driving school being established at Wakefield in 1944. Women first joined the force in 1925. This is a very good condition, male Constable's / Sergeant's helmet of West Riding Constabulary. It has a blue serge 2 panel blue body, with a blackened metal rose boss and a West Riding Constabulary Queen’s Crown (QE II) helmet plate. The inside has a fully adjustable leather sweat band. The sweat band is nicely stamped "Christy's of London". The price for this helmet includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:56
£115.00

Vintage French National Police Kepi Scecam Bernay, Size 57. Sn 13907:55 - 13907:55
This is a very nice example of the French National Police Kepi Scecam Bernay. It is in excellent condition and retains the French National Police blue white and red enamel badge to the front. It has a chin strap with silver bullion decoration and secured with two rosettes, one either side. On the top it has silver bullion piped edges on the top and side. The cap has a black visor. It is in excellent undamaged condition. Inside it is lined with white cotton and has a black ink stamp "S B M Toulon 57" and handwritten "Biloute A.J.". The kepi has a black leather sweat band. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 13907:55
£125.00
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