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George V – VI White Buff Leather Dress/Parade Belt with Frog. L 404. - L 404
A white buff leather British dress/parade belt with frog attached. The Crowned Lion on Crown badge is of Brigadiers & Colonels during the reign of George V, (WW1) and George VI. The belt measures 42” tip to tip. The leather is in good supple condition and the metalwork is in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. L 404. (box bottom shelf store room near armoury door)
£175.00

Victorian Boer War Era British Infantry Other Ranks Buff Leather Belt With Brass ‘Snake’ Buckle & Hanger Straps. 19966:43 - 19966:43
An excellent original Victorian Boer War Era British OR’s Buff Leather Belt . All leather and stitching are clean and intact and it has the correct brass bars, buckles, hook and 2 hanger straps It has an excellent original brass ‘Snake’ buckle. The back of the belt has original black ink stencilled number ‘249’ and other indistinct letters and numbers (illustrated). The belt is 29” length adjustable to approx. 38”. The price includes UK delivery. 19966:43 (box bottom shelf store room near armoury door)
£250.00

Victorian Boer War Era British Royal Artillery Or Royal Engineers Officers Buff Leather Sword Belt With Gilt Queen’s Crown Buckle. 19966:42 - 19966:42
An excellent original Victorian Boer War Era British Officers Buff Leather Sword Belt .All leather and stitching are clean and intact and it has the correct brass bars, buckles, hook and hanger straps It has an excellent original gilt brass belt buckle embossed with Queen’s crown Royal Artillery or Royal Engineer’s Regiment badge embossed “Honi soit qui mal y pense” (the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter, the highest of all British knighthoods, except in Scotland) over thistles and banner ‘Ubique’ (The Royal Engineers & Royal Artillery motto is 'Ubique' meaning 'Everywhere', reflecting the fact that their units have been involved in all of the British Army's battles and campaigns). The belt is 32” maximum length. The price includes UK delivery. 19966:42 (box bottom shelf store room near armoury door)
£350.00

*Pre 1953* British WW1/WW2 Period Royal Navy Officer's Leather Belt with Sword Hangers and King's Crown Gilt Brass Buckle. 19966:41. - 19966:41
A nice British WW1/WW2 period Royal Navy Officer's leather belt with sword hangers and King's crown gilt brass buckle, pre 1953, with brass fittings, black leather. The size is approx. 38" waist fully extended, it is in excellent condition. The black leather Royal Navy sword belt is worn by Officers and Warrant Officers below flag rank. The price includes UK delivery. 19966:41.(Holster box in stores)
£195.00

*Rare* Victorian British Infantry Officers Full Dress Sword Belt. 19966:40. - 19966:40
A superb and rare Victorian British infantry officer's full dress sword belt (perhaps of levee/piquet proportions, as the buckle is about 20% smaller than the typical ones). Of red patent leather construction, with gilt lace facing, with a buckle of copper alloy with a gilt surface featuring the lion over a Royal crown at the centre. Measuring; 35” at maximum length. Lovely condition and rare to find this complete and well preserved. The price includes UK delivery. 19966:40. (Holster box in stores)
£345.00

Victorian ‘Civil Service Rifle Volunteers’ Red Morocco Leather & Gold Lace Dress Sword Belt with 2 Piece Crown Buckle & Sword Hanging Straps. 19966:39. - 19966:39
A dress Sword belt made of Red Morocco leather with strips of gold lace & brass fittings. It has a two piece belt buckle with ornate shoulders. Circlet inscribed ‘Civil Service Rifle Volunteers’ (The Prince of Wales' Own Civil Service Rifles was an infantry regiment of the Volunteer Force and Territorial Force of the British Army from 1798 to 1921; it saw active service in the Boer War and World War I as part of the London Regiment) . It is complete with two red coloured Morocco leather sword hanging straps decorated with gold lace. All leather and stitching of the scabbard, hangers and belt are clean and intact. The belt is 37” maximum length. Price includes UK delivery. 19966:39. (Holster box in stores)
£395.00

Royal Engineers Plum Coloured Morocco Leather & Gold thread Dress Sword Belt with 2 Piece Edward VII Brass Buckle & Sword Hanging Straps. 19966:38. - 19966:38
The Royal Engineers (The Corps of Royal Engineers, usually called the Royal Engineers (RE), and commonly known as the Sappers, is a corps of the British Army. It provides military engineering and other technical support to the British Armed Forces and is headed by the Chief Royal Engineer. The Regimental Headquarters and the Royal School of Military Engineering are in Chatham in Kent, England. The corps is divided into several regiments, barracked at various places in the United Kingdom and around the world) Officer’s Dress Sword belt made of plumb Morocco leather with strips of gold thread & brass fittings. It has a two piece belt buckle with ornate shoulders. Circlet inscribed “Honi soit qui mal y pense” (the motto of the British chivalric Order of the Garter, the highest of all British knighthoods, except in Scotland) over ER VII and above ‘Royal Engineers’. It is complete with two plum coloured Morocco leather sword hanging straps decorated with gold lace. All leather and stitching of the hangers and belt are clean and intact. The belt is 37” maximum length. Price includes UK delivery. 19966:38. (Holster box in stores)
£395.00

American Dated 1918 Leather Sling for the Springfield Rifle Made by ‘Westboro Trunk & Bag Co. 19966:27. - 19966:27
The M1903 Springfield, officially the United States Rifle, Caliber .30-06, Model 1903, is an American five-round magazine-fed, bolt-action service repeating rifle, used primarily during the first half of the 20th century. The M1903 was first used in combat during the Philippine–American War,[5] and it was officially adopted by the United States as the standard infantry rifle on June 19, 1903, where it saw service in World War I, and was replaced by the faster-firing semi-automatic eight-round M1 Garand starting in 1936. However, the M1903 remained in service as a standard issue infantry rifle during World War II, since the U.S. entered the war without sufficient M1 rifles to arm all troops. Measuring 34” loop to loop. The brasswork, stitching and leather is in very good condition *showing signs of wear on one of the hoops* Stamped to the rear ‘W.T. & B.CO 1918 C.A.C.’ The price for this collectable piece includes UK delivery. 19966:27.
£295.00

*Near Mint-Unused* A Pair of German Pattern Dated 1942 blackened pebbled leather 7.92mm Ammunition pouches. 19966:26. - 19966:26
Constructed of three compartment ammo pouches, the separator strips are complete. The stitching, metalwork and leather are near mint and not showing signs of use. One set is clearly stamped to the rear ‘GUSTAVSCHIELE- LEDERWARENFABRIK-LOBURG 1942’.The K98 rifle evolved from the WWI Mauser Gew 98 model with slight modifications. The main modification was the shortening of the rifle. Due to restrictions of the Versailles Treaty the K98, wasn’t actual produced in Germany until 1934, although the Mauser Company had licenced out production rights to other European countries. When issued all K98's were equipped with one or two ammunition pouches. The WWII K98 ammo pouches were based on one of two designs of ammo pouches that were originally developed in 1909 and 1911. The 1911 pattern ammo pouches were originally designed for Cavalry personnel but were adopted by the army as a whole in 1933. Generally front line personnel were issued two of these ammo pouches while second line personnel were only issued one pouch. Each pouch would hold thirty rounds of 7.92 mm ammunition. The pouches were utilised through-out the war with minor manufacturing variations. Of Note: The earlier pattern pouches have the belt loops which fold under the pouches bottoms and attach to the studs there, while the latter patterns have the belt loops which are just stitched or riveted to the reverse. The price for this mint pair of ammunition pouches includes UK delivery. 19966:26.
£275.00

American Civil War Era C1862-1865 U.S. Army Rock Island Arsenal Leather Saddle 'Bucket' / Boot Holster For 45-70 Calibre Cavalry Carbines Regiment Marked ‘5.T.C.’ (5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment). Sn 19738 - 19738
The US Army Rock Island produced firearms, munitions and associated leather work to the Union army during the American civil war. Rock island also housed many Confederate POW’s during the latter stages of the war. This is an excellent Saddle 'Bucket' Holster For 45-70 Calibre Cavalry Carbines made by the Rock Island Arsenal. It is made of black hide leather and has iron buckles with leather straps. The open top bucket has brass plate at the throat to provide protection to the leather when holstering a carbine. Measurements of the holster’s openings can be seen in the images. The bucket is 13 ¾” overall length. The leather of the bucket is impressed by the maker ‘ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL’. One tip of the lower leather strap is impressed with what looks like ‘5.T.C’ most likely to the Union 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment which saw action in the Civil war (The 5th Tennessee Cavalry was organized at Murfreesboro, Nashville, and Carthage, Tennessee and mustered in for a three-year enlistment on July 15, 1862, under the command of Colonel William Brickly Stokes. The regiment lost a total of 245 men during service; 1 officer and 68 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded, 1 officer and 175 enlisted men died of disease or accident. The 5th Tennessee Cavalry mustered out of service on August 14, 1865). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19738
£575.00
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