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British WD MK 3 Webbing Open Top Tankerís Holster For Enfield .380 Calibre Spurless Tankerís Revolvers. - MISC 891
This is an original British WD Mark 3 Webbing open top Tankerís holster. This MK 3 pattern of holster was introduced in 1943 (see page 108 of Skennertonís booklet .380 Enfield No.2 Revolver) with the suspension strap completely removed. There are no visible manufacturer marks to the holster. 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 for the brass cleaning rod. All material and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. (NB The Tankerís Revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available separately on our website). MISC 891
£195.00

British WD MK 2 Webbing Open Top Tankerís Holster For Enfield .380 Calibre Spurless Tankerís Revolvers. - MISC 890
This is an original British WD Mark 2 Webbing open top Tankerís holster with correct shortened leg strap. This MK 2 pattern of holster was introduced in 1942 (see page 108 of Skennertonís booklet .380 Enfield No.2 Revolver) with the suspension strap reduced in length. There are no visible manufacturer marks to the holster. 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 for the brass cleaning rod. All material and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. (NB The Tankerís Revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available separately on our website). MISC 890
£245.00

WW2, British WD MK 2 Webbing Open Top Tankerís Holster For Enfield .380 Calibre Spurless Tankerís Revolvers. - MISC 889
This is an original British WD Mark 2 Webbing open top Tankerís holster with correct shortened leg strap. This MK 2 pattern of holster was introduced in 1942 (see page 108 of Skennertonís booklet .380 Enfield No.2 Revolver) with the suspension strap reduced in length. There are no visible manufacturer marks and the holster retains the mark 1 reinforced sides. 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 for the brass cleaning rod. All material and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. (NB The Tankerís Revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available separately on our website). MISC 889
£245.00

RARE, Early WW1 British F.E. Becker & Co London Royal Flying Corps Pilotís Wrist Altimeter With Original Wrist Strap. Sn 16302. - 16302
F.E. Becker & Co London were barometer and scientific instrument makers circa 1914. This is an original Royal Flying Corps Pilotís Wrist Altimeter by F.E. Becker & Co London. It is in excellent untouched original condition, with a fine patina gained over a hundred years. It is particularly rare due to the fact that it has the Royal Flying Corps mark on the dial (Capital A Over Broad Arrow) other similar instruments were often a Ďprivate purchaseí but this altimeter is a correct RFC item. The tan leather strap is also in excellent condition. The strap is oversized to enable the altimeter to be worn over gauntlets, or the sleeve of a flying coat and has its original brass buckle. Sn 16302.
£825.00

Brass Buckle 1895 Pattern of Bavaria ĎIn Treue Festí- "steadfast in loyalty; firm in fidelity". N 162 - N 162
. In the Constitution of the German Empire, Bavaria was able to secure for itself extensive rights, in particular regarding military sovereignty. Not only did the army retain, like the kingdoms of Saxony and WŁrttemberg, its own troops, War Ministry and military justice system, but it was also excluded from the Empire-wide regimental re-numbering of the army regiments and would only come under Imperial control in times of war. Bavaria also kept its light-blue infantry uniforms, the Raupenhelm (until 1886), the Light Cavalry and some other peculiarities. The officers and men of the Bavarian Army continued to swear their oaths to the King of Bavaria and not the German Emperor. Nevertheless, the uniform cut, equipment and training was standardised to the Prussian model. When field-grey uniforms were introduced, only the cockade and a blue-and-white lozenge edging to the collar distinguished Bavarian units. See Chapter four pages 76-100 of ĎGerman Belt Buckles 1845-1945 by Peter Nash. These brass buckles would have been worn by soldiers from the Bavarian region of Germany, and feature a crown with the motto of the Kingdom of Bavaria, "In Treue Fest". In good condition with only light staining to the front. The clasp is in perfect order. The price includes UK delivery. N 162.
£145.00

**SOLD**7/11**INERT DEACTIVATED. British Pattern 58, 2 Magazine Canvas Pouch For The SLR Including 2 Magazines & 2 Inert 7.62 NATO Rounds. - MISC 888
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a British Pattern 58 belt worn magazine pouch containing 2 steel SLR 20 round magazines. The canvas pouch has two canvas belt loops at the rear and two flaps at the front each enclosing the top of the magazine. The flaps have a quick release catch to the front. The steel magazines function as they should and have one inert 7.62 NATO round in them. The pouches are in good condition with no rips or tears to them. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. MISC 888
£0.00

German, WW2, 1938 Dated, Twin Bandoleer of 8 x MG13 25 Round Magazines. - L 261
This is a twin bandoleer, each holding 4 x 25round magazines for the German 7.9mm MG13 used by German ground troops in the Second World War. The gun was an air cooled development of the Dreyse Model 1918 machine gun used extensively in the First World War. The gun was introduced into service in 1930 and was the standard machine gun in the German army until 1935 when it was superseded by the MG34. The gun is fitted with a bipod and simple steel stock. This is a twin bandoleer, each containing 4 x 25 round magazines for this gun. The magazines made by bsw (Grstloff-Werke, Berlin), are dated 1938 and are fully marked including the waffenampt 4. . The bandoleers are made of heavy green cloth with canvas carrying straps and leather reinforcement including where the magazines fit nest to the webbing. There is an army Heer acceptance marks with a Nazi eagle on the mouth of each bandoleer. The two bandoleers are held on to a canvas belt with leather quick release straps and buckles. When the bandoleers are unclipped from the bandoleer, there are canvas carrying handles on each pouch enabling 4 magazines to be easily carried in one pouch. The strap is adjustable for length whether hanging round a soldiers neck or slung across the back of a horse. All of the straps and buckles are in full working order with the canvas and leatherwork are in excellent condition. The price includes U.K. delivery. L 261
£195.00

British Army Stanley G150 Prismatic Compass. MISC 886. - MISC 886
Green painted brass compass, marked underneath Stanley London (Stanley designed and set up a factory in 1875/76, it produced a variety of instruments for civil, military, and mining engineers, prospectors and explorers, architects, meteorologists and artists. During World War I, the factory was requisitioned by the government. Between the wars, it continued to expand its position in the market place for quality surveying instruments, although it was requisitioned by the British Government during World War II) 6605-99-537-9034Ē. This is effectively the private purchase/commercial version of the British Army M73. See images for condition. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 886.
£175.00

WWII era Prismatic Marching Compass by ĎN.V. OBSERVATOR ROTTERDAMí. MISC 878 - MISC 878
Marked to the rear ĎN.V. OBSERVATOR ROTTERDAMí 2028 Dí which is also on the inside of the cover. Made from brass and over lacquered in black. The compass is intact, and still contains the original fluid damped disc, the inside is clear and the numbers, (Divisions: 360 deg., clockwise), on the mother of pearl compass card dial are easy to read. In 1924 a few men began supplying instrumentation (manometers, compasses and dial thermometers) to the marine industry. Their business, known as ĎDe Nieuwe Rotterdamsche Instrumentenfabriek Observator N.V.í, was located in a small office near the harbour in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. There are compass points engraved on the outside dial with a turning dial held in place by a brass screw. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 878.
£175.00

WWII Dated 1940 MKIII British Prismatic Marching Compass by TG And Co. MISC 876. - MISC 876
Marked to the rear ĎT.G.Co Ltd London No-B 42096 1940 MKIII with Broad Arrow. Made from brass and over lacquered in black. The compass is intact, and still contains the original fluid damped disc, the inside is clear and the numbers, (Divisions: 360 deg., clockwise), on the mother of pearl compass card dial are easy to read. There are compass points engraved on the outside dial with a turning dial held in place by a brass screw. T.G. Co.Ltd is better known as The Gramophone Company which was the trademark for EMI (Electric & Musical Industries). The abbreviation, (T.G.Co. Ltd), was only used by EMI during WW2 as they diverted their normal business activities to the war effort. The B in front of the serial number indicates that the compass was made by the British compass maker F. Barker & Son. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 876.
£175.00
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