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Early WW1 1914 British T.J. Duffield Ltd Sam Browne Holster For Webley & Enfield MK VI .455" Calibre Service Revolvers. Sn 18849 - 18849
An excellent condition early WW1 dated brown leather holster for the Webley & Enfield MK VI .455" Calibre Service Revolvers. It has a full flap cover with single brass stud and has a retaining strap with eyelet stitched to the body. It has a large rear belt loop with original brass bar and hook for attachment to Sam Browne belt rigs. The belt loop is impressed by the manufacturer ‘T.J. Duffield Ltd’ and dated 1914. The inside of the holster’s flap has a ‘WD arrow above 8’ ink stamp. All leather and stitching are clean & intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18849 (NB The deactivated Webley MK VI service revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available on this website stock number Sn 18836).

SOLD SOLD (01/10) Early 1900s Welsh Glamorgon / Glamorganshire Constabulary Male Police Constable's/ Sergeant's 6 Panel Spike Top Helmet By Christys London With King’s Crown Helmet Plate. Sn 18741 - 18741
Glamorgan Constabulary, or Glamorganshire Constabulary, was the Home Office police force for the county of Glamorgan, Wales. The force was formed in 1841. In 1965, the force had an establishment of 1,153 and an actual strength of 1,055, making it by far the largest police force in Wales. In 1969, the force amalgamated with Cardiff City Police, Swansea Borough Police and Merthyr Tydfil Borough Police (which had seceded from it in 1908) to form South Wales Constabulary. Police helmets were first issued in London in the 1860’s. Each Police Force had their own preference for style of protective headgear, balancing protective qualities and comfort for the wearer. Later Police helmets concentrated on protection however some early helmets were made of lightweight materials such as woven straw or cork. This is an excellent early 1900’s Glamorgan Constabulary or Glamorganshire Constabulary Police 6 panel helmet. Our lined cork example has no mothing & excellent finish to the blue cotton covering, vented pot metal spike top mount, patent leather brim and headband. The helmet has rose bosses supporting a leather backed brass link chain which fastens to a hook on the back of the helmet. It is fitted with its original Glamorgan metal helmet plate. Inside it has its original leather sweat band. The sweatband is crisply impressed by the manufacturer cartouche ‘Christys London’. The inside lining has period painted letters & numbers ‘C.C O 359 35’ most likely Division / collar numbers or stores codes. The helmet is approx. UK size ‘6’. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18741

WW1 Era Imperial German Pickelhaube Fireman's Helmet With Brass Combe, Liner, Chin Strap & Brass Helmet Plate. Sn 18739 - 18739
An original WW1 era Imperial German Pickelhaube Fireman's Helmet With Liner, Chin Strap & Helmet Plate. The helmet has it's original black leather skull visor and neck protecter. The visor has a brass rim. It has ornate brass bosses. The top of the helmet has a large brass combe with riveted brass cross supports. The front of the helmet has a brass plate star with heraldic arms. The helmet has its original leather chinstrap with buckle supported by Lion's head bosses. The interior of the helmet has its original leather sweatband liner which is clean and undamaged. The liner is ink stamped '8' and has ink letter ‘F’ & ‘B’. It is approx. UK size 7. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18739

Cased, WW2 Era Nazi German Sand Camo Tropical Climate Deutsches Afrika Korps (DAK) 6 X 30 Magnification Dienstglas (Service Glass) Binoculars With Neck Strap & Leather Lens Protector Cover. Sn 18786 - 18786
An original pair of WW2 Nazi German, 6 X 30 Magnification, DAK infantry Officer's Binoculars. The binoculars have a Sand/ Tan Camouflage paint for desert / Afrika Korps use. These binoculars have their original adjustable Bakelite eyepieces. All optics function as they should. The binoculars are crisply marked 6x 30 (magnification). There are no other maker or date marks. The body of the binoculars have lanyard bars and are fitted with original leather neck strap and leather lens protector cover. The Binoculars are contained in their original fitted sturdy black painted metal case with hinged lid metal clasp fastener and hanging rings. The case is fitted with 2 leather belt straps to the rear. The inside of the lid is padded to protect the binoculars.The price for this excellent set of DAK Binoculars includes UK delivery. Sn 18786

**VERY RARE & DESIRABLE**MATCHING NUMBERS**WW1 Imperial German S14 Gott Scho Machine Gunners Bayonet & Scabbard With Leather Frog. Sn 18779 - 18799
This is a rare WW1 German Machine gunners bayonet. The blade is marked ‘K.S’ & ‘G within a lightbulb shape’. The spine has an Imperial inspection mark. The cross guard is numbered 4082. The fullered blade is 14 ½” long. The wrap around wood grip is secured by 2 screw bolts. The underside of the grip has 9 grooves cut into it. The scabbard is steel & although it has lost most of its finish & has a couple of dents it is in very good condition. The throat has matching number ‘4082’. The frog is the standard German leather example in good condition. A very rare bayonet, one of the scarcest & most desirable of WW1 German Bayonets. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18799

Nazi German Weyersberg Kirshbaum & Co Solingen Municipal Police Bayonet, Scabbard & Frog. BAYO 716 - BAYO 716
This is a lovely Nazi Police bayonet by Weyersberg Kirshbaum & Co Solingen. The blade 12 ½” long blade is marked with their name on one side and their Knight’s head trademark on the reverse. It has its original leather hilt washer. There is a small inspection mark to the spine. The grips are Stag antler and one grip is mounted with the Police Eagle with Swastika badged. The pommel has nice feathering to the eagle’s head & has the seldom seen rifle slot & working mortise button. The scabbard is black leather with long chape. The frog is a later addition. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 716

SOLD SOLD (12/10) **RARE**Cased 1930's Webley Service 3rd Series MK II Air Rifle With 3 Barrels (.177, .22 & .25 Calibres) & Accessories. Sn 18857 - 18857
This is a rare, cased, 1930’s 3rd Series Webley Service Mark II Air Rifle with 3 barrels ( .177, .22 & .25 Calibres). These rifles introduced C1935 had a modified centrally mounted flip up aperture rear sight, an improvement on the earlier Type 1 & Type 2 side mounted Webley Service sights (See Chapter 2 of Thrale's book Webley Air Rifles 1925-2005). The trigger guard of our rifle is numbered S 9384 each barrel has a blade foresight and are stamped with calibre detail. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'WEBLEY SERVICE AIR RIFLE MK II". 'MANUFACTURED BY WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD, BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND and with the Webley 'winged pellet logo'. It has the Great Britain, USA, Spain, Germany and Canada 1925 patents stamped on the Right Side of the air chamber. It also has the correct patent Number '371548'. It has its original undamaged wood stock with chequered wrist & ribbed horn butt plate. It has the correct 3rd Series flip up aperture sight and shoots crisply. The rifle is contained in its hinged canvas bound wood transit case. The case has reinforced leather edges, a brass clasp fastener and brass lock (key absent). The case has leather retaining straps with buckles and leather carry handle. The case is lined in red felt and the inside of the lid has a clean paper trade label bearing the Webley & Scott manufacturer’s detail. The inside of the box is contoured to fit the dismantled rifle, barrels and accessories which include 2 original Webley tins which contain quantities of .177 & .22 lead Pellets. The tins bear the Webley name and calibre detail (1x.22 & 1x .177). The case also contains a number of clean paper targets and original illustrated pamphlet titled 'hints on air rifle shooting by F.E. Morton'. The pamphlet not only provides tips on shooting but also contains instructions and parts diagram. The price for this cased rifle with 3 barrels & accessories includes UK delivery. Sn 18857

2 Volumes of ‘Detlev Niemanns’ ‘Orders and Decorations of Germany 1871-1945’. BO 392 - B0 392
Two volumes of ‘Orden Und Ehrenzeichen Deutschland (Orders and Decorations of Germany) 1971-1945’. These are huge volumes of all the civil and military awards of Germany from 1871-1945. The books cover orders, decorations, awards documents, miniatures and cases of issue. Both are profusely illustrated with descriptions and prices. One is paperback (632 pages) and the other is hardback (817 pages) published in 1999 & 2004 respectively and both in excellent condition. These are considered to be the ‘Bible’ for collectors and researchers. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 392.

*4 WWI and WWII Books of German Interest. BO 393. - BO 393
These four books comprise of: 1-‘Deutsche Panzerabwehr 1916-1918 & 1930-1945’, ‘German Anti-Tank Weapons Illustrated by P. Chamberlain, H.Doyle and T.Gander. 2- ‘The Uniformed Police Forces of the Third Reich 1933-1945’ by Phil Nix & Georges Jerome. 3- ‘Knights Cross Holders of the S.S and German Police 1940-1945’ by Micheal D. Miller. 4- ‘German Order of Battle 1944’ with and introduction by ‘Ian.V.Hogg’. All of the books are in excellent condition and contain much valuable information for the collector or researcher. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 393.

*2 Volumes of ‘The Blitz Then and Now’ In the after the Battle Series. BO 394 - BO 394
These examples are volumes 1 & 2 and are self-contained items in their own right. Volume 2 (590 pages) covers ‘September 1940-May 1941’ and Volume 3 covers ‘May 1941-May 1945’. They are both profusely illustrated, with a scholarly text. Volume 2 was published in 1988 and volume 3 (655 pages) was published in 1990. A wonderfully knowledgeable set of books for any researcher. Both of the books are in excellent condition with dust wrappers. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 394.

*2 Books in the ‘After the Battle’ Series. ‘The Defeat of Germany’ and ‘Berlin’ Then and Now. BO 395. - BO 395
Two books in the ‘After the Battle’ series, ‘The defeat of Germany, Then and Now by ‘Winston Ramsey’ and ‘Berlin, Then and Now by ‘Tony Le Tissier’. They are huge volumes, 544 and 472 pages, respectively, with profuse illustrations, maps and scholarly text. They both show scenes at the time, and how the same scene looks today. It is a fascinating look at people and buildings, with period photographs and current scenes, a must for collectors and researchers. Both books are in excellent condition with dust wrappers. The price includes U.K. delivery. BO 395.

SOLD SOLD (18/10) **MINT BORE**1911 British BSA Martini Action .310 Cadet / Greener Obsolete Centre Fire Calibre Cadet Rifle With NSW (New South Wales) Australian Commonwealth ‘CMF’ (Citizen Military Force) Markings & Sling. Sn 18866 - 18866
This is an excellent BSA Martini Action .310 Obsolete Calibre Cadet Rifle With Australian Military markings. These British made rifles were used as training rifles and fire the now UK obsolete calibre .310 Cadet (310 Greener) round which was introduced by Greener in 1900. It is complete with sling swivels fitted with webbing sling, block & blade foresight & adjustable graduated rear sight. The 24 ½” steel barrel's bore is near mint, clean & bright with typical light rifling and it has a crisp martini action (40 ¼” overall length). It has all original wood furniture which has knocks bumps and bruises to be expected and all original metal work & steel butt plate. The left side plate is crisply stamped 'Made By The Birmingham Small Arms Co Ltd' & with the BSA piled arms trademark. The right side is crisply stamped 'Commonwealth Of Australia’ & number '62049’ NSW (New South Wales) and numbers ’25.177’. The barrel has matching number ‘62049’. The top of the breech is stamped with Australian Kangaroo mark. The barrel is stamped with calibre detail ‘310’ and ’12-120’. The stock is crisply impressed ‘CMF’ & ‘NSW’ to the New South Wales Citizen Military Force (Australia’s Home Guard) number ’25.177’ and dated ‘11/11’ (November 1911). The price includes UK delivery. NB as an antique, obsolete calibre weapon, no licence is required to own this item in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Sn 18866
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