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WW2 Military Issue Gas Mask and Front Pack To Police Constable P. Dobson, Bury Police Staion, Lancashire Constabulary. Pol 375 - Pol 375
An Original and Researchable WW2 Military Issue Gas Mask and Front Pack with a Transport And General Workers Union (T&GWU) Membership Card Issued in 1943 to P. Dobson of 47 Bury Road, Edenfield, a Methodist Church Edenfield Teaching Syllabus to Mr P. Dobson and a spare eye visor.The Gas mask was manufactured on 16/08/38 (1938) and manufactured by "L & B R Co Ltd" and has the War Department 'Broad Arrow' stamped on it. The elastic head straps are all serviceable and the Canister is in good condition. The mask is sized as "L" (Large. The rear head pad is stamped as "No. 4 MK III 8/38". The lenses are in good unscratched or damaged condition and the mask is supple and free of damage. The gas mask tube is flexible and undamaged. The canvas front pack has the shoulder strap and original string. It has brass press stud fastenings. Inside the flap it has "LA/Bury Divn/Police S.C. Sgt 686" in hand written pen. Inside the front pack there is a spare eye visor and papers as described above. This is a very researchable item. The price includes Uk delivery. Pol 375
£175.00

Original Victorian Police Presentation Truncheon, Hand Decorated to Edinburgh City Police to District 3, Number 71. Stock number POL 374 - POL 374
A Victorian police presentation truncheon, hand decorated to Edinburgh City Police to District , Constable or Baton Number 71. Edinburgh City Police force was created in 1805 and remained an institution until 1975 when it amalgamated with two other forces to form Lothian and Borders Police. The truncheon is made from dark wood painted black and decorated with an image of an anchor in gold below this is a banner with latin motto ‘Nisi Dominus Frustra’ in gold which translates to ‘'Except the Lord in Vain' and is the motto on the City Of Edinburgh’s heraldic arms. Inside the banner is an image of Edinburgh Castle in brown grey white and red. Painted in gold below this is ‘Dis. 3 No 71’ together with Queen’s crown above V.R. (Victoria Regina) . The decoration is in very good bright condition. The grip is grooved for grip and has a rounded pommel. This Victorian truncheon is in very good condition. The truncheon measures 18 ½” length. The price includes UK delivery. POL 374
£295.00

Victorian Rochdale Borough Police Hanger Sidearm With Etched Blade & Scabbard. Sn 10964 - 10964
This is an excellent Victorian Police Hanger & scabbard. It has a fine deeply etched panel 'R.B.P. No. 8' (Rochdale Borough Police Weapon No. 8) on one side of the blade (illustrated). It has a clean fullered 23 ½” swept blade. The shagreen handle is in good order with brass hand guard. The hilt is fitted with original leather washer. The overall length of the sword is 29 inches. The hilt has the correct press stud scabbard retaining lug which works correctly. The leather scabbard with brass mounts is in similar fine condition with all leather & stitching intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 10964
£575.00

WW2 Era Home Front, British Police Inspector's Tommy Helmet Marked ‘7’ With Liner & Chinstrap. POL 357 - POL 357
This is a very good original, WW2, painted steel Police Inspector's 'Tommy' helmet. The helmet is painted blue and has its original Stenciled paint lettering 'POLICE' and rank Insignia bands. The inner rim of the helmet is stamped with what appears to be a number ‘7’. It has its original black oil cloth liner and sprung webbing chinstrap all of which are completely intact. The helmet is undamaged with no denting and it retains its original paint. It is approx. UK size 6 ½ -7. Price includes UK delivery. POL 357
£225.00

Original, 1919 Liverpool Riots Era British ‘Gladstone Riot Shield’ By Hiatt & Co Ltd Birmingham Used By Liverpool Police. Sn 11199 - 11199
In 1919, due to appalling pay and working conditions the British Liverpool Police took the unprecedented action of going on strike, refusing to work until pay and conditions were improved. This led to wide spread rioting and looting on the streets of Liverpool. The British Government’s response was rapid and severe. The Army was brought in to bolster non-striking Police, to keep order but especially to break the strike. In the end, every single Police Officer who took part in the strike was dismissed. Pension rights were lost and many were never able to work again. Non Striking Police Officers who were deployed to quell the Rioting in Liverpool were issued with Gladstone Riot Shields. The steel riot shields were developed in 1914 by Robert Gladstone of Liverpool. In many cases these shields were the only safety equipment available in situations of riot and disorder. This shape of shield, albeit made of Perspex and other composite materials is used by present day Police Forces. This is an excellent original Gladstone Riot Shield used by Liverpool Police during the 1919 Riots. The steel ovoid shield retains most of its original black paint. It has the correct viewing slot to allow the Officer carrying the shield to look forward while being protected by the body of the shield. The body of the shield is curved with a raised centre and a riveted seam for strength to deflect blows from hand held weapons or thrown missiles. The raised centre ‘boss’ and the turned edges of the shield could also be used offensively to strike an attacker. The rear of the shield has the correct steel grip bar riveted to the body and original brown leather retaining straps with brass buckles and rivets together with correct horse hair/ felt pad to cushion impacts. A plate on the side of the grip bar bears the manufacturer and model detail ‘THE LAW & ORDER REG TRADE MARK POLICE SHIELD GLADSTONE’S PROV PATENTS RD 598932 & 599558 HIATT & CO LTD ***HOUSE LANE BIRMINGHAM’ (Hiatt of Birmingham were renowned makers of early Police Equipment). Image 2 is a contemporary image of Police Officers training with Gladstone shields and inset is the detail on the plate of this shield. The small plate measures (1 1/2" x 2"). The shield is 21” wide and 24” in length it is in excellent condition and has just scuffs and minor bumps consistent with age and service use. Price for this superb piece of British Policing history includes UK delivery. Sn 11199
£895.00

A 'G.R.' Constables Painted Baluster Shaped Truncheon. Sn 11256 - 11256
A 'G.R.' Constables baluster shaped, painted truncheon. The truncheon has a baluster shaped top which is painted dark blue and has a simple turned top. The shaft has "G R" painted in gold lettering. The grip is plain, tapered and painted red with a turned end. It measures 11 1/2" overall. It is in good condition, the colours are vivid. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11256
£175.00

A Long Two Piece Police Truncheon, Hand Decorated, Kings Crown, To Fifeshire Constabulary. Sn 11254 - 11254
Fife Constabulary was the territorial police force responsible for the Scottish council area of Fife. The area policed by Fife Constabulary had a resident population of just over 350,000, almost a third of whom lived in one of the three principal towns of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and Glenrothes. This is an original Kings Crown Police truncheon to Fifeshire Constabulary. The staff is made from heavy wood and made from two pieces, the grip being a darker wood. The body is varnished natural wood. The body of the staff is hand decorated with Kings Crown in Gold, White & Red. Below this is the crest with "Fifeshire Constabulary in gold lettering inside a banner. The decorations retain much of their vivid colours. The truncheon has a separate piece of darker wood for the grip which is a contoured grooved grip recessed for wrist strap with a flat pommel. The truncheon measures 23 3/4" in length. Sn 11254
£295.00

Isle Of Man Police Queen's Crown Badged Constable's/Sergeant's White Composite Summer Helmet With Ball Top, Size 55. Sn 11197 - 11197
An Isle Of Man Police Queen's Crown badged Constable's/Sergeant's white composite summer helmet with ball top. The outside is painted white with a gloss finish and it has a black patent helmet band. Inside it has a foam and cloth sweatband with helmet harness and separate leather black chin strap. The inside has a manufacturers size label "Custodian Helmet 55". Also inside is a further label showing the suppliers as "C. W Headdress Ltd. Oxon". This helmet is in excellent condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11197
£275.00

Bedfordshire Constabulary King's Crown Badged Constabulary Constable's / Sergeant's 2 Panel Night Helmet, Size 7. Sn 11192 - 11192
This is an excellent original Bedfordshire Constabulary Constable's/Sergeant's 2 panel helmet, size 7, with a WW2 King's Crown night helmet plate and chin strap. It has a perfect exterior finish with correct 2 panel construction and ornate black painted vented rose top mount and headband with side rosettes. The rose and headband have the original blacking. It is fitted with it's original blackened King's Crown plate with central silvered Bedfordshire Crest. Inside it is in good condition with a leather sweat band and chinstrap with small buckle. The headband has "7" ink stamped on it and "429" handwritten on it. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11192
£195.00

Doncaster King's Crown Badged Constabulary Constable's / Sergeant's 2 Panel Night Helmet. Sn 11190 - 11190
This is an excellent original Doncaster Police Constable's / Sergeant's 2 panel helmet with a WW2 King's Crown night helmet plate and chin strap. It has a perfect exterior finish with correct 2 panel construction and ornate black painted vented rose top mount and headband with side rosettes. The rose and headband have the original blacking. It is fitted with it's original blackened King's Crown plate with central silvered Doncaster Crest. Inside it is in good condition with a leather sweat band and chinstrap with small buckle. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11190
£195.00
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