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INERT DEACTIVATED. British Military Original Tin Plate Outer Box of 15 Service Packs, Each Containing 12 Rounds Of Unfired .380 Revolver (9 x 20R) Cartridges. (180 Rounds In Total). O 1280 - O 1280
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is an original British military outer pack of ammunition consisting of 15 service packs, each containing 12 rounds of 380 revolver (9 x 20R) revolver cartridges, (total 180 rounds). This box would originally been contained in a wooden outer transportation box. The rounds are headstamped RG (Radway Green) 66 2Z 380 on the brass cartridge cases crimped onto a metal jacketed 200 grain round nosed bullet. The original black tinplate box with a pull off ring contains 15 service packs and is stamped on one face HB&S 1965 SV 362 24 (in a circle). The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess these inert rounds in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1280.

*British Cold War Service Box of .380 Revolver MK2z Revolver Rounds. 19116 - 19116
In 1921 a new revolver was submitted to the British army by Webley & Scott Ltd. This was a .380 calibre revolver. This gun was considered a valuable reduction in weight compared to the existing .455 Webley revolver. But the small arms committee had their doubts about the lack of stopping power of this new .380 Enfield round. Several tests were conducted over a longer period. It took until 1930 before the .380 Enfield revolver was issued to the armed forces. It was used in the British Army from 1937, and also by the Singapore Police Department. The Cardboard boxes are dated ’28.3.52’. There are 15 boxes of 12 rounds inside the service box. The service box still retains its wire handle with original cuff. The box is dated ‘RL 28.8.52’ (Royal Labs 28th Aug 1952). *The price is £45 per box of 12 rounds* the service box is priced at £120. In good condition for its age, and a good collectors item. Price includes UK postage. 19116.

Boxed, Pre 1939 Webley Junior Series 1 .177 Calibre Air Pistol With Box Of Beatall Waisted .177 Calibre Lead Pellets. Sn 17328:1. - 17328:1
Post WW2 Junior Series 2 air pistol’s had shorter barrels than the pre War Series 1 Juniors. They also has plastic stock plates rather than tin stock plates which were fitted to 1st Series pistols. This is a pre War boxed Webley Junior Series 1 .177 Calibre Air pistol (see page 96 of Webley Air Pistols by Bruce). It is undamaged and finished in the white. It has the correct ribbed tin plate grips. The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'The Webley Junior .177 Patented In Great Britain No 219872 And All Principal Countries’. The left side of the cylinder is also marked ‘Made In England’. The right side has ‘Webley & Scott LTD Birmingham’. The frame is numbered ‘J13446’. ‘446’ is repeated on the front of the cylinder. There is an indistinct inspection mark on the barrel block which can be seen in the images. It has a blade foresight, adjustable rear sight and it cocks and fires as it should. It is contained in its original Brown background Webley labelled cardboard box with vivid Webley pistol imagery, Junior model detail and Webley's Birmingham address. Original Webley instructions are adhered to the inside of the box lid. The box contains a small cardboard ‘Beatall Waisted’ pellet box which contains a quantity of .177 calibre lead pellets. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 17328:1.

SOLD SOLD (11/09) WW1 campaign medals ‘Trio’ and ‘Death Plaque’ to ‘A.G.C. Mousley R.F.A. with ‘Commonwealth War Graves’ printout. MISC 905. - MISC 905
The 1914 Star or 1914-15 Star, British War Medal and Victory Medal respectively. These medals were primarily awarded to the Old Contemptible (B.E.F.). and by convention all three medals are worn together and in the same order from left to right when viewed from the front. The WWI Memorial Plaque was made from Bronze and hence it was popularly known as the “Dead Man’s Penny” among front-line troops, also becoming widely known as, the “Death Penny”, “Death Plaque” or “Widow's Penny”. It was in October 1916 that the British Government setup a committee for the idea of a commemorative plaque that could be given to the next of kin for those men and women whose deaths were due to the First World War of 1914-18. This ensemble is set onto and fixed to a piece of velvet covered hardboard, with the 1914 Star being engraved with ‘HMBR A.G.C Mousley A.F.A.’ The ‘Commonwealth War Graves’ printout gives personal and military details of ‘Arthur George Culver Mousley’. A great piece of history, worthy of further investigation. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 905. (Top of Drawers)

Rare, British WD Marked .702” Pattern 1851 Minie Rifle 4 Groove Rifleing Steel Bullet Mould. Sn 19561. - 19561
This is a rare British Army WD marked bullet mould for the .702” Pattern Minie rifle. The Minié rifle was an important infantry weapon in the mid-19th century (see page 65 and page 64 item 60 of British Military Longarms By Bailey). The Minié rifle was adopted in 1849 following the invention of the Minié ball in 1847 by the French Army captains Claude-Étienne Minié of the Chasseurs d'Orléans and Henri-Gustave Delvigne. The bullet was designed to allow rapid muzzle loading of rifles and was an innovation that brought about the widespread use of the rifle as the main battlefield weapon for individual soldiers. In 1851 the British Enfield factory embarked upon production of the .702” Calibre Pattern 1851 Minié rifle using the conical Minie bullet, which replaced the Pattern 1842 smoothbore musket as the primary weapon issued to regular troops. The Pattern 1851 was referred to as a rifled musket and was longer than previous production rifles, conforming to the length of prior muskets which allowed for consistency in standards for firing in ranks and bayonet combat. Relatively few of these were produced since a new design was adopted within two years. The Pattern 1851 Minié rifle was in use for only had a short service life with the British Army from 1851 to 1855. This is an original British WD stamped .702 inch Minie rifle bullet mould. The mould halves and handles are each made out of a one piece steel held together with a dome bolt and nut. The moulds are aligned bu a steel pin in the bottom of the mould. The sprue cutter screwed onto the top of the mould so it can pivot an cut the sprue off. The sprue cutter is stamped on the top WD & 12. The bullet mould is approximately 11 inches long and casts 920 grain bullets. We also have a .702” Pattern 1851 Minie Rifle 4 Groove Rifle stock number 19135:21 available on the site. The price includes U.K delivery. Sn 19561.

C1886-1941 Original Spanish Officers Gilt ‘Gorgets’ from the Reign of King Alfonso XIII. MISC 866. MISC 866 - MISC 866
During the 18th and early 19th centuries, crescent-shaped gilt gorgets were worn by officers in most European armies, as a badge of rank and an indication that they were on duty. These last survivals of armour were much smaller (usually about three to four inches in width) than their Medieval predecessors and were suspended by chains or ribbons. In the British service they carried the Royal coat of arms until 1796 and thereafter the Royal Cypher. Alfonso XIII -17 May 1886 – 28 February 1941), also known as El Africano or the African, was King of Spain from 17 May 1886 to 14 April 1931, when the Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed. He was a monarch from birth as his father, Alfonso XII, had died the previous year. Alfonso's mother, Maria Christina of Austria, served as regent until he assumed full powers on his sixteenth birthday in 1902. 11 ½ cm at their widest point and 4 cm at their curve with the original gold/brass coloured twisted wire with end buttons *one absent* and cloth backing. Mounted onto the gorgets are raised crown emblems over ‘XIII’ beneath an ‘A’ (Alfonso). A very nice pair of gorgets from the reign of King Alfonso XIII of Spain. The price includes UK delivery. MISC 866. (Top of Drawers).

Early WW2 1939 Roma Italian Mitragliatrice Breda Modello 37 (Breda Mod. 37 ) 8mm Calibre Medium Machine Gun With 1938 Societa Italiana Milano Breda Tripod**UK/EU DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED** D 1472. - D 1472
The Mitragliatrice Breda calibro 8 modello 37 (commonly known as the Breda mod. 37 or simply Breda 37) was an Italian Medium machine gun produced by Breda and adopted in 1937 by the Royal Italian Army. It was the standard machine gun for the Royal Italian Army during World War II, and continued to be used by the Italian Army after the conflict. The Breda 37 was meant as Company / Battalion support as compared to the more troublesome Breda 30 meant for squad/platoon support, and proved far more effective in combat. Production ended in 1943 but it was still used as a standard machine gun after the war. This is an excellent WW2 era Breda Mod.37 Medium Machine Gun with tripod. It is fitted with flip up long range sight. The machine gun retains its original finish. Deactivated to UK/EU specification in 2021 the weapon’s fire lever moves. The gun has manufacturer, model designation, numbers and 1939 date on the frame & measures 50” overall length. The tripod which has graduated angle of fire indicator markings is in excellent original condition and retains all of its original green paint. The tripod is numbered N10758 and has its original manufacturer’s identification plate dated 1938 (illustrated). The price includes UK/EU deactivation certificate. Due to size & weight the price of delivery will be within the UK only by arrangement and at cost. D 1472.

1928/1929 B.S.A. No. 1 Model (Aka 'L' Or Light/ Ladies Model) .177 Calibre Under Lever Air Rifle. Sn 9929. - 9929
This is an excellent B.S.A. No. 1 Model. 177 calibre, Under Lever Air Rifle. Also known as the 'L' or Ladies/ Light model it measures 39 ½ inches overall with a 17" barrel. It has a lovely wood stock with unblemished fine chequering. The metal work is undamaged with an even patina throughout and is crisply stamped with the correct 'L' prefix serial number on the trigger block ' L34094' which dates it to between 1928 and 1929. (See page 27 of the Collectors Guide to Air Rifles By Hiller). It has a block & blade fore sight and adjustable rear sight. It loads and fires as it should. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 9929.

Post WW2 British Milbro Hector (Diana Model No.1) Break Action .177 Calibre Air Rifle. AI 592. - AI 592
The German Diana Model 1 was introduced in the 1920’s and was in production until 1945. The Diana trademark moved to Scotland with Milbro after WWII as part of the reparations. Post WW2 until C1952 the Diana No.1 rifles were retailed under the name ‘Hector’. The low power weapons were produced as a starter air weapon for Children and Youths. This is a nice example of the British made Hector. It measures 31" overall with a 17 ½ " barrel which has the correct 8 ½ ", screw in, barrel tube insert. It has an undamaged wooden stock and 'chromed' tinplate frame & barrel. To load the weapon the barrel's removable tube insert is loaded with a pellet and it is cocked break-barrel style with two sprung wire latches that keep the action in place. The rifle has its original finish and its cocking and firing action work as they should. The weapon has a blade foresight and fixed plate with notch rear sight. The top of the barrel is stamped with the 'Hector' model name and legend together with 'Regd, Made In England'. Price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. AI 592.

*Rare* C1925-1933 BSA 2nd Series Standard No2 ‘S’ Prefix .22 Air Rifle with Rare Rear Sight. AI 709. - AI 709
Weighing over 3.5kgs the 45” overall length of the No2 gave rise to its unofficial nickname of the ‘Giant’ or ‘Long Tom’. The extra length came from an extended cylinder and longer barrel than the No1. The No1 had a cylinder length of 7 ¼ “, whereas the No2 had a massive 10 ½ “cylinder by comparison. The first No2’s left the BSA factory towards the end of 1919, several months after the 1919 No1 model. Some of the earliest No2’s had stocks with hand cut rather than pressed chequering. The overall length is 45” with a barrel length of 19 ½ “. It has the correct ‘2 LOAD’ stamped to the barrel between the loading hole and rear sight. The 2 indicates No2 or .22 bore. This example has a rare rear flick up sight. This series has the semi pistol grip with a rounded profile stock. The serial number ‘S26306’ is stamped to the left hand side above the trigger and dates the gun between 19265 & 1933. The 14 ¼ “stock is in good condition with a number of minor age related marks which are to be expected with a gun of this age. See page 124 of ‘The Book of the BSA Air Rifle 1905 to 1939’ by John Milewski for reference. The metalwork is in good order, retaining the majority of its colour, again with minor age related marks and the push button for the release catch on the under leaver works as it should. The weapon also cocks loads and shoots as it should. The price for this scarce air rifle includes UK delivery. AI 709.

*Powerful 11.78 ft/lb* German Weihrauch HW80 Hull Cartridge.22 Air Rifle. AI 712. - AI 712
The Weihrauch name has been associated with solid build quality and reliability for many years. Introduced in the 1990’s the HW80 transformed the hunting rifle market. The air rifles were available as the HW80 (full size) and HW80K with shorter barrel. This is a nice Weihrauch HW80 in .22 calibre. The rifle has a 19” barrel and measures 45” overall. It has good woodwork *marks to the fore of the trigger and below the pistol grip* and has a rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains all of its original blueing and the top of the air cylinder is grooved for telescopic sight. The barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail. It is serial number '1519630' which dates the gun to around 2001 and is marked by the British importers ‘Hull Cartridge’. See page 253 of Hillers ‘The Collectors Guide to Air Rifles’. Firing at 11.78 ft/lbs the rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 712.

German Weihrauch Hull Cartridge Import HW99S (Sport Trigger) .22 Calibre Break Action Carbine Size Air Rifle With Simmons 4x32 Telescopic Sight. AI 719. - AI 719
The Weihrauch name has been associated with solid build quality and reliability for many years. Ever since the HW80 transformed the hunting rifle market, Weihrauch’s range of solid, accurate springers have been a popular choice for airgunners. This is an excellent Weihrauch HW99S in .22 calibre. The ‘S’ designation refers to the fact that these rifles have an adjustable sports trigger. The carbine size rifle has a 15 ½” barrel and measures 41 ½” overall. It has superb woodwork *very slight mark to the rear of the left hand side and the fore of the right hand side* and rubber shoulder recoil pad. The metal work retains its original blueing and the top of the Air cylinder is grooved for telescopic sight. The barrel block is marked with model and calibre detail. It is serial number '1561043' which dates the gun to around 2001-2002. The rifle cocks loads and fires with a nice tight action. It has a shrouded fore sight and adjustable rear sight. It is also fitted with a Simmons 4x32 Telescopic Sight. The sight is stamped with manufacturer and magnification detail. The optics of the sight are excellent. The price includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air weapon the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 719.
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