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Pair of WW2 Size 11 Wide Fitting British Army Dispatch Riders Boots dated 1945 Made By John White With Laces And Buckles. Sn 15703:3 - 15703:3
This is a pair of near new WW2 Size 11 Wide Fitting British Army Dispatch Riders Boots dated 1945 made by John White with laces and two buckles. The boots have a beautiful brown colour and polish with no mould or smell. The boots have a beautiful brown colour and polish with no mould or smell. They are made of brown chromed leather and have lace up fronts with two brass buckles. The leather soles have their original army hob nails to the soles. These are a nice pair of original dispatch riders boots and the price includes U.K. delivery. Sn 15703:3
£225.00

WW2 1944 British WD RAF Lightweight Tropical Bush Shirt / Jacket By Ballymena Mfg Co With Cloth Formation Insignia , 1942 Trousers By Blond Brothers, 1945 Belt By Johnston Allen Co & 1942 Air Ministry Marked Side Cap By Silberston & Sons Ltd With RAF Ba - 15703:48
This is an original WW2 British RAF lightweight tropical bush jacket, trousers & side cap. The light cotton jacket has chest and hip patch pockets with flaps and buttons. The jacket has its original RAF Kings crown buttons (the top collar button is plain). The epaulettes and shoulders have cloth formation insignia. The inside of the jacket has an excellent clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1944 date (illustrated). The tropical trousers have open top hip pockets and press stud fly. The rear of the trousers has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1942 date. The inside of the trousers has a crisp AM air ministry ink stamp (all illustrated). The belt has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1945 date (illustrated. )The air force blue serge side cap is WD ink stamped together with 1942 date, 7 3/8 size & manufacturer’s name (all illustrated). The cap has its original brass RAF cap badge and buttons. The cap also has a contemporary hand written name ‘J.A. Anderson’ no doubt the name of the RAF soldier or pilot who was issued with the cap. All of this uniform was found together and all material is clean and intact. The price for this excellent WW2 RAF uniform collection includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:48
£395.00

Original WW1 1914 Pattern Imperial German Military Officer’s 2 Piece Bayern State Gilded Brass Buckle and Period Brocade Belt. Sn 15703:33 - 15703:33
Imperial German States issued their own buckles bearing State insignia. These buckles were in general brass or alloy with insignia plates attached by folding tabs. This is an excellent original Officer's 2 piece 1914 pattern brass Bayern State 2 Piece gilded brass Buckle and belt. The front of the buckle is mounted with the Bayern State ‘Crown’ badge secured by the correct 3 folding prongs. There are no manufacturer or date marks on the buckle or belt. The original period leather and blue felt backed brocade belt is 2” wide, 39 ½” in length and holed for size adjustment. The belt has a brass bar which correctly attaches to a hook on the back of the buckle. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:33
£295.00

Early WW2 1940 Dated 1939 Pattern British WD Home Guards Officer’s Khaki Winter Great Coat, Size 5, By Lotery & Co Ltd With 2nd Lieutenant's Rank Insignia & ‘Home Guard H6’ HG Unit Shoulder Titles. Sn 15703:27 - 15703:27
This is an excellent original early WW2 dated 1939 pattern British HG Officers Khaki Winter Great Coat. The heavy khaki serge material has all of the correct King’s Crown buttons on the body and epaulettes apart from one small button on the lower section of the rear vent which is absent. The coat has 2 large flap pockets. The large collar has the correct hook and the rear has the correct vent and adjustment strap. Both sleeves have cloth ‘Home Guard H6’ HG Unit Shoulder Titles and both epaulettes have enamel and brass 2nd Lieutenant rank insignia. The inside of the shoulders and sleeves are lined. All material is clean and has no mothing. The inside of the overcoat has a clean printed label with size, pattern detail, WD arrow, 1940 date and manufacturer name ‘H.Lotery & Co Ltd’. The lining also has an original ink marking ‘5/7-S 5’. The label and ink stamps are illustrated. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:27
£295.00

WW1 Era British Royal Welsh Fusiliers (RWF) Territorial Officer's Mesopotamia / Gallipoli Service Tunic Jacket With Major Rank Insignia, Overseas Service Stripe, Formation Patches & Rare To Find Silk 5 Tape Regiment ‘Pig Tail’ Flash. Sn 15703:18 - 15703:18
The RWF Regiment has a very unique feature to its uniform; a flash made up of five overlapping silk ribbons at the back of the neck. This legacy is from 1808 when the common practice of soldiers wearing pigtails was abolished. The Regiment did not receive the orders until 1809 when it returned to England and then continued to wear the ribbons which had tied the pigtails. In 1834 the Regiment was finally given permission to wear this non-regulation item by special Royal concession. Elements of the RWF Territorials fought in Mesopotamia and at Gallipoli. This is an excellent Service Tunic Jacket of the WW1 era as worn by troops fighting in Mesopotamia and at Gallipoli. The lightweight sand coloured Tunic is clean with just minor areas of service wear. It is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets, Plain lower bag pockets and false turn back cuffs. All pockets have flap covers. The lapels have brass ‘T’ Territorial insignia. The epaulettes bear the single King’s Crown insignia of Major and RWF brass titles. It has Kings Crown RWF Regiment buttons (one pocket button is absent). Both shoulders have black and white formation patches. One sleeve has an overseas service stripe. The back of the collar has its original RWF silk 5 tape Regiment ‘Pig Tail’ flash. The body of the Tunic has brass belt hooks. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks on the Tunic. It is approx UK size 38" Chest. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:18
£695.00

C1895 - WW1 Era Imperial German 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry Regiment Iron Blue Tunic Jacket With Stylised ‘75’ Regiment Epaulettes Insignia. Sn 15703:11 - 15703:11
This is an original Imperial German Infantry Tunic. This pattern of tunic was worn by German troops from C1895 and into WW1. The 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry were part of the German IX Army Corps (a Corps level command of the Prussian & German armies before and during WW1). This is a very good original tunic of the 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry The single breasted high collar Tunic is made of iron blue material. The collar and cuffs are scarlet. The front and rear of the tunic have scarlet piping. It has white epaulettes with embroidered red Regiment insignia ‘75’ and all of its original brass buttons. The tunic has areas of survice wear to be expected with age. Its lining has partially readable ink stamped manufacturer detail in German text including the city name ‘Bremen’ . It is approx. UK size 36” chest. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:11
£575.00

British Pre WW1 1912 5th Royal Irish Lancers Scarlet & Blue Uniform Tunic With Kings Crown Regiment Buttons & Cavalry Trousers. Sn 15703:10 - 15703:10
The 5th Royal Irish Lancers was a Cavalry Regiment of the British Army. It saw service for three Centuries, including the First World War and the Second World War. It amalgamated with the 16th The Queen's Lancers to become the 16th/5th Lancers in 1922. The Regiment was originally formed in 1689 by Brigadier James Wynne as James Wynne's Regiment of Dragoons. It fought at the Battle of the Boyne in July 1690 and at the Battle of Aughrim later that month under King William III. Renamed the Royal Dragoons of Ireland in 1704, it went on to fight under the Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Blenheim in August 1404 during the War of the Spanish Succession. At the Battle of Ramillies in May 1606 the regiment helped capture the entire French “Regiment du Roi”, after which it fought at the Battle of Oudenarde in July 1708 and at the Battle of Malplaquet in September 1709. In 1751, it was retitled 5th Regiment of Dragoons and in 1756 it became the 5th (or Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoons. As such, it served in Ireland and had the honour of leading the charge against the rebels at the Battle of Enniscorthy in May 1798 during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. However, its troops were accused of treachery, their accusers claimed their ranks had been infiltrated by rebels. Following an investigation, it was found that a single individual, James M’Nassar, had infiltrated the Regiment, he was ordered to be "transported beyond the seas”. The circumstance was commemorated in a curious way. It was ordered that the 5th Royal Irish Light Dragoons should be erased from the records of the army list, in which a blank between the 4th and 6th Dragoons should remain forever, as a memorial of disgrace. For upward of half a century this gap remained in the army list. The Regiment was reformed in 1858, keeping its old number and title, but losing precedence, being ranked after the 17th Lancers. It was immediately converted into a Lancer Regiment and titled 5th (or Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoons (Lancers). In 1861, it was renamed the 5th (or Royal Irish) Lancers and then the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. The Regiment saw action in India and the Second Boer War. At the outbreak of WW1 The Regiment became part of the British Expeditionary Force, sailing from Dublin to France as part of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade in the 2nd Cavalry Division in August 1914 for service on the Western Front. The 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers also has the grim honour of being the Regiment of the last British soldier to die in the Great War. This was Private George Edwin Ellison from Leeds, who was killed by a sniper as the Regiment advanced into Mons a short time before the armistice came into effect. The Regiment was renamed 5th Royal Irish Lancers and disbanded in 1921, but a squadron was reconstituted in 1922 and immediately amalgamated with the 16th The Queen's Lancers to become the 16th/5th Lancers. This is an excellent uniform tunic and trousers of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers. The blue tunic has scarlet breast, cuffs, high collar with hooks and white metal Kings Crown with Harp Regiment badges. The tunic has piping to the sleeves, back and bottom edge of the tunic. The tunic has the correct post 1902 King’s Crown ‘Fifth Royal Irish’, Harp and Crossed Lances Regimental embossed buttons. The back of the buttons are stamped by the manufacturer ‘Smith & Wright Ltd Birmingham’. The epaulettes are braided yellow cord with matching KC Regiment buttons. The pleated and vented rear of the tunic has the same KC Regiment buttons. The body of the Tunic and lining are clean and undamaged. The inside of the tunic has a perished paper label with ink date that appears to be ‘Nov 1912’ none of the manufacturer or size detail is legible. The lining also has WD with arrow ink stams together with ‘Property Of The Aldershot Tattoo’ & ‘Property Of The SSAFA’. The Tunic is small approx UK size 34" chest. The blue Cavalry trousers have yellow tape to the legs, raised waistband, buttoned fly and vented ankles with buttons. All buttons are present. The inside of each leg have correct reinforced panels to protect the Lancer when riding. They are small approx UK size waist 28", inside leg 26". All material is clean & undamaged. The trousers have a perished illegible paper label which can be seen in image 1and is not damage to the trousers. The high waistband lining has a WD arrow ink stamp. The price for this colourful Lancer’s Uniform includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:10
£995.00

WW2 British Tanker’s 'Pixie' Suit Overalls With WD 1941 Dated MK 1 Open Top Tanker’s Enfield .380 Calibre Service Revolver Rig By ME CO (Mills Equipment Co) Cleaning Rod, Webbing Shoulder Cross Straps & D-Day 1944 Dated WD Tank Regiment Beret By Kangol - 15703:9
This is an excellent, original, clean WW2 era British Tanker's 'Pixie' Suit. It has no manufacturer's, size or Unit labels. It has numerous external and internal pockets and all stud fasteners, zips and material are intact and fully functioning. The centre of the garment has a belt with buckle. The suit is made from heavy weight khaki fabric with a full interior lining of khaki wool. Getting in and out of the suit is made easier by 2 full length zips running from the throat down each side of the chest and continuing down each leg terminating at the ankle. The high collar can be closed around the face with a double strap and buckle arrangement. The suit made to be worn over outer clothing is approx size 5'8" – 5’10” and approx size 38-40" Chest. The suit comes with a 1941 dated WD holster rig by ME Co & Original D-Day 1944 dated Tank Regiment Beret with which the suit was found. The holster rig consists of a British Mark 1 Webbing WD Marked Open Top Tanker’s Holster With Long Leg Strap ink stamp dated 1941 together with WD arrow and manufacturer mark ME Co. These holsters were made for Enfield .380 calibre spurless Tanker’s revolvers. This MK 1 pattern of holster was introduced C1940-42 (see page 108 of Skennerton’s booklet .380 Enfield No.2 Revolver). The front of the holster has a retaining strap with press stud fastener and 6 individual stitched loops to hold rounds of .380 ammunition. The front also has a stitched pocket with original brass cleaning rod. The beret is clean and undamaged and is mounted with original King’s Crown Tank Regiment plated brass badge. The interior of the beret is size marked ‘6 3/8’, together with WD arrow 1944 date and manufacturer detail. The price for this excellent complete WW2 Tanker’s collection includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:9
£1,200.00

WW1 British Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) 2nd Lieutenant’s Officer's Cuff Title Khaki Tunic Mounted With Pre WW1 & WW1 Medal Ribbons, Overseas Service Stripes, Sam Browne Equipment Belt Rig Webley MK VI Revolver Holster & Sword Frog. - 15703:8
The Middlesex Regiment (Duke of Cambridge's Own) was a line infantry regiment of the British Army in existence from 1881 until 1966. The Regiment saw action in the Boer wars and elements of the Regiment embarked with the British Expeditionary F orce (BEF) at the outbreak of WW1 in 1914. The Regiment saw much action in WW1 and later in WW2. This is an original WW1 British Officer's Cuff Title Khaki Tunic to the Middlesex Regiment. It is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets and plain lower pockets with flaps. The tunic has all of its original brass Regimental buttons and collar badges. The embroidered 2nd Lieutenant’s cuff rank insignia are all correct. One sleeve has 2 metal overseas service stripes. The chest is mounted with 3 medal ribbons (Pre WW1 Natal Rebellion South Africa, WW1 1914 /1915 indicating that the Officer was part of the BEF & 1911 Coronation / Delhi Durbar). The epaulettes are absent any insignia or badges. The Tunic is clean with minor areas of service wear. There are no manufacturer, WD or size labels. It is approx UK size 38" Chest. The Uniform comes with an original WW1 Officer's Sam Browne equipment belt rig with which it was found. The belt has all brass buckles and fittings including shoulder cross straps. The belt is fitted with an excellent .455 calibre MK VI service revolver holster with flap cover and stud fastener. The rear of the holster has the correct belt loop & brass fittings. The belt is also fitted with an original sword frog. The buckles, leather & stitching of all components of the rig are intact. There are no visible manufacturer, date or WD marks on this rig. The display stand illustrated in the images is not included. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:8
£1,200.00

WW2 1941 British ‘The Shiny Eight’ 8th Gurkha Rifles Regiment Captain’s Battledress Blouson Jacket By Goldberg With Original Campaign / Service Medal Ribbons, Regiment & Rank Insignia, Lanyard & Uniform Battledress Trousers. Sn 15697:2 - 15697:2
The 8th Gurkha Rifles is a Regiment of the Indian Army comprising Gurkha soldiers of Nepalese origin. It was raised in 1824 as part of the British East India Company and later transferred to the British Indian Army after the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The Regiment served in WW1I and WW2, before being one of the 6 Gurkha Regiments transferred to the Indian Army after independence in 1947. The "Shiny Eight", as the Regiment is popularly known in the Gurkha fraternity of the Indian Army, can trace its history back to the 16th Sylhet Local Battalion, which was raised in 1824 as part of the British East India Company and since then the identity of the Regiment has undergone a number of transitions before reaching its present designation as the 8th Gurkha Rifles, which it achieved in 1907. WW1 testified to the enigmatic valour and heroism of the Regiment during the course of combat service in Italy, France, Mesopotamia (present-day Iraq) and Egypt. During the fighting in France, the Regiment distinguished itself by fighting virtually to the last man during the Battle of Loos on 25 September 1915, hurling themselves time after time against the weight of German defences. Having mustered almost 800 men to begin with, by the end of the day they had just 1 officer and 49 men. The Regiment's battalions also saw active overseas actions in Iraq, Egypt, Libya, Tobruk, El Alamein, Italy and Burma during WW2 where the Regiment earned its fourth VC and twenty-two battle honours. This is an excellent original WW2 dated, Khaki, 8th Gurkha Rifles Regiment, Captain’s Battledress Blouson Tunic & Trousers. The jacket has front flap pockets with buttons and adjustable waistband with buckle. It is clean & undamaged, all stitching and buttons are intact. The sleeves are mounted with correct 8th Gurkha Rifles shoulder tapes and the epaulettes have the correct Rifles Regiment Captain’s rank insignia. The jacket also has WW2 campaign medal ribbons mounted for wear. The inside of the jacket has its original label with faded unreadable size detail, crisp 1941 date and maker’s name ‘Goldberg’. It is approx. UK size 36” chest. The jacket has its original Officer’s cord lanyard and is accompanied by its original WW2 era uniform trousers. The trousers have no label. The trousers have open top slit side pockets & flap pockets. The trousers are clean and undamaged and intact. They are approx. 32” waist and approx. 32” inside leg length. The Uniform has no damage mothing The price for this WW2 Officer’s uniform to a prestigious Regiment includes UK delivery. Sn 15697:2
£225.00
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