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Boer War / Edwardian Era Scottish Highland Light Infantry Leather Cross Belt & Pouch With King’s Crown Silvered & Gilt Badge. Sn 12692 - 12692
The Highland Light Infantry (HLI) was a light infantry regiment of the British Army formed in 1881. It was amalgamated with the Royal Scots Fusiliers in 1959 to form the Royal Highland Fusiliers (Princess Margaret's Own Glasgow and Ayrshire Regiment). This is a nice original Boer War / Edwardian era HLI Cross Belt & Pouch. The belt and pouch are leather. The belt is 32" long. The leather pouch has a full flap cover and internal pocket dividers. The flap has a leather tab with eyelet which fastens to a steel stud on the underside of the pouch. The front of the pouch is mounted with the silvered & gilt badge of the HLI with King’s Crown. All leather and stitching of the belt & pouch are intact and clean. Price for this attractive, complete, HLI cross belt & pouch includes UK delivery Sn 12692

WW2 / Pre 1953 Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry Leather Cross Belt & Pouch With King’s Crown Yeomanry Badge. Sn 12769 - 12769
The Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army. First raised in 1794, it participated in the Second Boer War and World War I as horsed cavalry before being converted to an anti-tank regiment of the Royal Artillery for service in World War II. In 1956 it was amalgamated with the Warwickshire Yeomanry to form the Queen's Own Warwickshire and Worcestershire Yeomanry. In 1899, they were called for service in the Imperial Yeomanry, for the Boer War and formed part of the newly formed Imperial Yeomanry Cavalry. The Regiment fought in WW1 and on return from Palestine in 1919 it had become clear during the war that cavalry was obsolete and in 1922 it was announced that the Worcestershires were to become a Royal Artillery Regiment. The Regiment fought with distinction in WW2. This is a nice original Pre 1953 Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry Cross Belt & Pouch. The belt and pouch are leather. The belt is 32" long. The belt has ornate brass plates with void panels. The leather covered steel pouch opens as it should and has a leather tab with single brass stud fastener. The leather covering has some wear consistent with age and service use. The front of the pouch is mounted with the bi metal badge of the Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry with King’s Crown. The rim of the pouch cover is brass. Price for this attractive, complete, Yeomanry cross belt & pouch includes UK delivery Sn 12769

Complete British Victorian Court Uniform, Mint Court Dress Sword By Phillips & Co With Scabbard In Japanned Transit Locker 'JD Peddie Esq MP'. Sn 12689 - 12689
John Dick Peddie (24 February 1824 – 12 March 1891) was a Scottish architect, businessman and a Liberal Party politician. Peddie was a very successful architect winning numerous commissions for churches and public buildings, including the municipal buildings in Aberdeen (1856) and branches of the Bank of Scotland. This his Court dress uniform with Victorian court sword & scabbard. The dress tail coat in rich navy blue material has bullion adornments and retains all of its original brass Queen’s Crown buttons. The coat and waistcoat are approx. UK size 36” chest. The navy blue trousers has bullion taped legs. The trousers are approx. UK size 32” waist & 31” leg length. The bicorn hat is in near mint condition with Queens Crown button and braid and silk lining. It is approx. UK size 7 . The sword is near mint and has etched panels. The ricasso is marked by the manufacturer Phillips & Co (illustrated). The hilt is fitted with original bullion cord and portepee. The leather scabbard with brass fittings is in similar mint condition. The sword is accompanied by its original cloth sword belt with brass buckle and oil cloth transit cover. The coat, trousers and waistcoat have age staining and wear to the linings but the hat, sword and scabbard are near mint. None of the pieces have any mothing. All of the pieces are contained in their original japanned transit locker which has a hinged lid, bolt fasteners and carry handle. The tin is undamaged and has an internal paper outfitters label (illustrated). The top of the locker has a plate engraved ‘JD Peddie Esq MP’ and an embossed outfitters plate (all illustrated). Price for this excellent collection includes UK delivery. Sn 12689

Original Victorian English Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Corps Officers Crimson Morocco Leather & Silver Lace Dress Sword Belt With 2 Piece Third Norfolk RVC Buckle & Sword Hanging Straps. U 107 - U 107 / 12717
An invasion scare in 1859 led to the creation of the Volunteer Force and huge enthusiasm for joining local Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVCs). This is an original Victorian Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Officer’s Dress Sword belt made of crimson Morocco leather with strips of silver lace & brass fittings. It has a two piece belt buckle with ornate shoulders. Circlet inscribed “Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Corps” and central ‘Castle’. It is complete with two crimson Morocco leather sword hanging straps decorated with silver lace. All leather and stitching of the scabbard, hangers and belt are clean and intact. The belt is 34” maximum length. Price includes UK delivery. U 107

**SOLD**SOLD**Early WW2 1939 Dated British Army WD ‘Tropal’ Waterproof Canvas Cold Weather Over Coat For Iceland / Arctic conditions Issue With Early Sheepskin Lining By Wareings Ltd. Sn 8650 - 12771
The extreme conditions faced by British Soldiers serving in Iceland Scandinavia and the Arctic demanded the issue of specialised clothing and equipment. This is an excellent original British Army ‘Tropal’ Over Coat (see page 27 of The World War II Tommy by Brayley & Ingram illustrated in image 2). Made of heavy duty waterproof treated canvas, it has its original early issue sheepskin lining (later replaced by cheaper Kapok). The ankle length coats were made to a WW1 pattern and provided a good degree of protection against cold weather. The coat has the correct large serge collar with fastening buckles, elasticated serge inner cuffs . It has all of its original 5 metal hinged clip fasteners to the front and metal eyelets (later versions were produced with wood toggles). It has 2 large front flap pockets to accommodate gloved hands. The sheepskin lining is clean and undamaged. The outer cover of the coat has no damage and surprisingly light staining consistent with age and service use. The inside of the coat is ink stamped with ‘WD with arrow’ and ‘Q 216’ together with original white cloth label ink marked ‘Coats Sheepskin Lined Size No.3 Height 5ft 7ins to 5ft 10ins Breast 37ins to 42ins Over Jacket Wareings N’ton Ltd August 1939’ (illustrated inset in image 2). Price for this excellent early British War Dept WW2 dated ‘Tropical’ Over Coat includes UK delivery. Sn 8650

Boxed Post 1953 Royal Artillery Officer's Uniform Cap To Captain C D Robins By Herbert Johnson, New Bond Street, London & Regiment Badge. Sn 12643 - 12643
A boxed Post 1953 Royal Artillery officer's uniform cap with Regiment badge by Herbert Johnson, New Bond Street, London. The cap is in excellent condition and free of any moth damage. Its green material is clean & free of any damage, showing signs of careful use and storage. It has a brown leather chin strap secured with brass Royal Artillery buttons. The cap retains a nice shape. To the front it is fitted with Queen’s Crown cap badge (Royal Artillery) which is in excellent condition. Inside the cap it has the leather sweat band. The crown has some service wear but has a partially visible Johnson manufacturer’s stamp. There is no size inside but it measures 17cm side to side and 18cm front to back. The cap comes in a transit, heavy duty cardboard box which is labelled on the top with a Herbert Johnson label, a 1959 dated Royal Mail ink stamp & Custom’s declaration label. The box is addressed to "Capt C D Robins, R.A. Mess 29 Field Regt RA BFPO53". This is an excellent condition example of the RA Officers Uniform cap and box. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12643 **Please see the other two boxed cap listings Issued to the Same Officer when promoted to Lieutenant & Major.**

Final Stage 1968 Pattern (Code 840599973) British Camouflaged Denison Smock By H.E. Textiles Ltd Size 2. Sn 12398 - 12398
This is an original, final stage production British Camouflaged Denison Smock with elasticated cuffs, tail flap and correct full zip. The final stage of Denison Smock manufacture came about when a new stores system of sizing and logging came into use (see pages 159 & 163 of the book Denison by Wilson & Military Mode). It has a white cotton label marked 'Smock Camouflage 8405 99 973 5162 (8405 is a NATO coding), Size 2 & manufacturer's mark ‘H.E. Textiles Ltd’ together with code ‘A/78/CLO/40048/OC69(2)’. All material is clean with light service wear (the seam of the left cuff where it joins the sleeve has a 2” frayed edge which could easily be re-stitched). All zips and Newey stud fasteners are present and work perfectly. The smock is approx. UK size 37"-39" Chest. The Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12398

WW2 1941 British Army in India Major’s BD & Front Pocket Trousers. Sn 1492 - 1492
A perfect condition WW2 Battledress Blouse of a British Major in the Army Ordnance Corps in Colonial India made by Freedman & Co, Property Limited, 1941 in Size 4 and an ink WD arrow with A.W. Size 36” chest complete with all buttons etc. Also included are a pair of Front Pocket Officers private purchase battle dress trousers with a good clear matching label showing they are size 8 for waist 32” to 33” and height 5’7” to 5’8”. Again in perfect condition. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 1492

WW2 American B3 style leather Flying Jacket. U 18 - U 18
A medium size brown leather, fur lined B3 style Flying Jacket with front zip, slash pockets and zip sleeves. No labels but very good condition. Price includes UK postage. U 18

MINT UNISSUED Original WW2 1943 British WD Commando Skeleton Assault Jerkin / Vest By H&S. Sn 12151 - 12151
This is a mint un-issued British skeleton assault vest / jerkin used by special forces & Commandos during WW2. This vest is dated 1943 and made from brown canvas. They are a simplified version of the full assault vest and allowed the soldier to carry up to 6 Bren mags or 10 grenades. The pockets have their original wood toggle fastners. Originally these were produced in a range of sizes but were soon made with adjustable laced side sections allowing one size to fit all. This example is size ‘Medium’ (approx. 38” chest) and has a side loop arrangement to carry the Enfield spike bayonet. The flat back enabled a rucksack to be carried. The 1944 stamp (illustrated) also has the maker's details 'H&S. and size 'Medium' together with WD Arrow (see pages 62 & 63 of Brayley & Ingrams's book ‘The World War Two Tommy- British Army Uniforms European Theatre 1939-1945'). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 12151
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