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CASED Post 1972 Feinwerkbau (FWB) Model 300S Match .177 Calibre Side Lever Target Air Rifle With 20x60 Spotting Scope, Stand & Many Original Accessories Including Replacement Target Sights. AI 678 / 20384 - AI 678 / 20384
The German manufacturer Feinwerkbau (FWB) introduced the Model 300S also known as the 300S Match Air Rifle in 1972 (see page 114 of the Air Gun Book By Walter). This is an excellent example. It has a 20" barrel with clean crisp rifling and measures 43 ½” overall. It has a beautiful contoured stock with attractive grain and stippled pistol grip. The metal work retains all of its original blueing. It has a shrouded ring target foresight and correct weighted barrel. It has an adjustable match aperture sight, adjustable recoil pad and adjustable trigger. The underside of the stock has a steel rail with removable target shooting stand. The left side of the cylinder is crisply marked with manufacturer, model and calibre detail together with serial number '146050' and the top of the cylinder with the FWB Trademark. The optics of the sight are excellent. The rifle's side lever cocking and firing actions work correctly with a powerful spring action. The rifle comes with its composite transit case with hinged lid, carry handles, foam lining & clasp fasteners. The exterior of the has several old competition / club related stickers applied. The case contains an adjustable metal spotting scope stand with hinged legs, 2 cleaning rods, a box of cleaning pellets, a box of cloth cleaning wads and a tin containing a quantity of .177 calibre pellets. The rifle comes with the its 20x60 spotting scope with sliding sun visor and zip fastening sheepskin lined chamois leather case (the visor is dented on one edge but does not affect the optics which are excellent). The scope fits the stand which is in the rifle case. Also included is a separate wooden case with hinged lid foam lining and clasp fastener. The exterior of this case also has some old competition / club stickers applied. The case contains many original accessories including replacement target sights, sight blades, replacement shoulder stock butt attachments and a competition / club cloth patch badge. The price for this superb Match quality air rifle set includes UK delivery. NB As a post 1939 Air Rifle the restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale and delivery of this item. AI 678 / 20384
£875.00

Early WW2 French Model 1926 (M26) Adrian Combat Helmet With 'RF' (Republique Francaise) Ignited Grenade Helmet Plate, Original Liner & Chin Strap. Sn 20501 - 20501
The M26 Adrian helmet (French: Casque Adrian) was a combat helmet developed in 1926 and issued to the French Army during World War 2. The later M 1926 helmet was made of a single piece of pressed steel without the joining band found on WW1 M15 Adrian helmets. This is an excellent original early WW2 M26 French Adrian Combat Helmet complete with its original leather sweatband liner and chinstrap all in excellent condition. The helmet is fitted with an original 'RF' (Republique Francaise) ignited grenade helmet plate. The helmet has no dents and its original faded green paint. It is approx UK size 6. The price for this WW2 Adrian includes UK delivery. Sn 20501
£295.00

**ORNATE**Early 19th Century French ‘SRS POMPIERS DE ST QUENTIN LE VERGER’ Fire Officer’s Brass Helmet With Blue Feather Plume. Sn 20424 - 20424
An excellent, original and very ornate 19th Century French Fire Officer’s Helmet. The helmet has the early type large brass shell, large central brass helmet plate in form of a crowned Cockerel standing on ball with floral decoration and flags behind. The plate has a lower scroll ‘SRS POMPIERS DE ST QUENTIN LE VERGER’ (Saint-Quentin-le-Verger is a commune in the Marne department in north-eastern France). The peak has a floral spray relief and crossed fire axes. It has large brass straps with large side rosette bosses and a brass patterned top combe. The combe has holes which may have been to accommodate a combe plume which is absent. The plume socket to the side has its original removable blue feathered plume. The helmet has some denting to the shell consistent with age and service use. The helmet has no liner and is approx UK size 6. The price for this ornate piece includes UK delivery. Sn 20424
£495.00

Late 19th Century / Early 20th Century Swedish Fireman’s Brass Helmet With Swedish State Helmet Plate & Red & White Feather Plume. Sn 20425 - 20425
An excellent, original and ornate 19th Century 19th Century / Early 20th Century Swedish Fireman’s Brass Helmet. The helmet has a brass shell, large central helmet plate in the form of the Swedish state arms of three crowns on a crown topped shield to the centre of 2 Lions and crossed spears with flags. It has large strap bosses, leather backed linked chin scales with buckle and a brass patterned top combe. The plume socket to the side has its original removable red & white feathered plume. The helmet has some denting to the shell consistent with age and service use. The helmet has no liner and is approx UK size 6. The price for this ornate piece includes UK delivery. Sn 20425
£375.00

Early 20th Century Austrian Markt Sankt Florian City Fireman’s Steel Helmet With Chromed Cross Top, State Helmet Plate, Original Chinstrap & Liner. Sn 20426 - 20426
An excellent, original early 20th Century Austrian Fireman’s Helmet. The helmet has a black painted steel shell and large chromed top cross piece. The left and right sides of the helmet have ventilation holes. The front is mounted with original enamelled state helmet plate with banner ‘Markt St Florian’ (Markt Sankt Florian is a City in Upper Austria) on a chromed field of oak leaves. It has its original leather chinstrap with buckle and original leather liner with padded crown. The helmet has no dents and the original black paint finish has just minor service wear. The helmet is approx UK size 7. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20426
£345.00

**ORIGINAL**EX- WILKINSON’S TOOL ROOM PROTOTYPE OF THE RAREST SOE WEAPON**WW2 C1941-1942 McLaglen Peskett Multi Functional Close Combat Weapon (CCW) With Concealed Blade, Skull Crusher Pommel & Integral Spooled Garrote Wire. Sn 20336 - 20336
This SOE multi functional Close Combat Weapon (CCW) was invented by the British designers Sydney Temple Leopold McLaglen of London and John Edward Peskett of Harrow. See page 123 of Fred Stephen’s book Fighting Knives where an example is illustrated and described. Interestingly Fred who has been writing about and collecting Military knives for many years has never seen one of these devices ‘in the flesh’. The full name of the weapon reflected the names of both engineers. Their development was designated as a “melee weapon”, designed with the many needs of a British SOE (Special Operations Executive) intelligence operative or saboteur in mind. The CCW could be used to kill or incapacitate an enemy with three distinct methods. The first was striking with the alloy steel ball at the top of the weapon, like a blackjack. The second method was with a concealed gravity-activated spike which the operator could extend by pushing a retaining button on the weapon. The third method was with a coiled garrote wire, wrapped around the interior of the weapon. The garrote was 20 inches long when unspooled and was drawn using a ring in some models, and a steel ball in others. It appears the CCW did not catch on with its intended users, and no more than 100 were of our type were manufactured. Other weapons performed each of the three tasks more efficiently than this CCW. Nevertheless, it is an interesting look at the creative design processes that took place during World War II. Some sources indicate they were also manufactured for and issued to American OSS personnel. Legendary assassin and MI6 operative Peter Mason possessed one among his collection of unusual weaponry and donated it to the Museum of World War II near Boston, MA USA in the 1990s. Another is in the Spy Museum in Washington, DC USA. The weapons were made from British patent no. 559747 and prototypes were made C1941-42. Our extremely rare fully functioning example of the prototype was made by and obtained from the Wilkinson Tool Room by a previous owner (the weapon has a number of hand written descriptive labels attached explain the device and its provenance, they are illustrated & accompany the weapon. Our example has the correct machined steel cylindrical body with knurled surface for grip (when the weapon went into production the cylinder was grooved without knurled finish as a cost saving measure). It has the correct solid steel ball skull crusher pommel, which swivels to release and retain the spindled garrotte wire within the cylinder. The garrotte wire has the correct pull ring. The gravity release blade with bush button catch works as it should ( our example has the correct prototype blued 3 ¼” long blade with medial ridge,production models had longer blades as the prototype blade was considered to short). The cylinder has a swivelling ring with strap bar fitted with leather wrist loop. With blade extended the weapon measures 10 ¼” overall length, blade retracted it measures 6 ¾” length. As is common with SOE weapons there are no maker or date marks on the weapon. The price for this rarest of all prototype SOE close combat weapons includes UK delivery. Sn 20336
£4,750.00

**MATCHING NUMBERS**1892 To 1930's German ‘Heavy Model’ Gem .25 Calibre, Break Action Smooth Bore Air Rifle. Sn 20400 - 20400
These air rifles advertised in the period as the ‘Heavy Model’ were produced from the 1892 into the 1930’s (see page 125 of A Collector's Guide To Air Rifles By Hiller). The break action of these models is performed by depression of the thumb operated lever located on top of the breech. This is a nice original example. It has a 21 ¼” 2 stage blued steel barrel in .25 Calibre. The barrel’s smooth bore is clean. The barrel flats of the octagonal section of the barrel has manufacturer detail (illustrated). The rifle measures 40” overall. It has the correct heavy metal work, nickel plated action and lever trigger guard, all original heavy walnut stock with thick, spurred steel butt plate. It has a blade fore sight & ‘v’ notch block rear sight. The barrel block is numbered '3832'. The breech and trigger guard lever have matching numbers ‘32’. The cocking & firing actions work crisply. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20400
£295.00

**MATCHING NUMBERS INCLUDING BOLT**WW1/ Spanish Civil War Era German Portuguese Contract, Mauser-Vergueiro Model 1904 6.5mm Calibre Bolt Action Infantry Rifle**UK 2013 DEACTIVATION CERTIFICATED**D 1539 - D 1539
The Mauser-Vergueiro was a bolt action rifle, designed in 1904 by José Alberto Vergueiro, an infantry officer of the Portuguese Army, and manufactured by Deutsche Waffen und Munitionsfabriken (DWM). It was developed from the Mauser 98 rifle with the introduction of a new bolt system derived from the Gewehr 1888 and Mannlicher-Schönauer. Outside Portugal, the weapon was also known as the Portuguese Mauser. It used the 6.5×58mm Vergueiro, a cartridge developed specially for it. These weapons were used in WW1 and during the Spanish Civil War. This is an original Portuguese Mauser. It has all original woodwork and metalwork with steel butt plate. The breech is crisply stamped by the Mauser manufacturer Deutsche Waffen Und Munitionsfabriken Berlin' and ‘Espingarda Portugueza’ together with ‘6.5’ (calibre). The top of the barrel shank is crisply stamped with the Portuguese Crest indicating that this Mauser was made under contract for Portugal. The barrel has number C3465 and matching number on the bolt. It has winged block & blade foresight and adjustable rear sight. It is fitted with sling swivels and bayonet bar. Deactivated to UK specification in 2013 the weapon cocks and dry fires. The price includes deactivation certificate & UK delivery. We can arrange for this firearm to be brought up to the latest UK/EU specification (customers can purchase on our lay-away scheme. The weapon will then be brought up to the EU specification and the relevant certificate obtained prior to the transfer of ownership and delivery)**D 1539
£475.00

SOLD SOLD (13/03) INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare, WW1, 1916 Dated, Gibbons Patent Mechanism, Mills No 5 MK 1, Hand Grenade. - O 1890
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare, original, 1916 dated WW1, Mills No 5 MK I, hand grenade fitted with the Gibbons patent mechanism to the top. A total of 285,000 Gibbons practice grenades were ordered between late1916 to early 1917 and the conversion consists of a bent metal plate screwed to the front of the grenade. This plate is held on with a brass round head screw covering the filling hole. The plate stamped on the top ‘GIBBONS PATENT APPLIED FOR 11591/16’. The body of the grenade is made of cast iron and is in excellent condition. The grenade is fitted with an alloy base plug is which stamped No 5 I 1916 and a undecipherable monogram. The price includes UK delivery and no licence is required to possess this inert grenade in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. O 1890
£0.00

SOLD SOLD (11/03) INERT DEACTIVATED. Rare German Unfired WW2, 1944 Dated 15.2cm High Explosive (HE) Projectile & Wooden Transit Container Specially Manufactured by the Germans in WW2 to use in the Russian Made 152-mm (6 inch) M1938 (M-10) Howitzer. - O 1892
INERT DEACTIVATED. This is a rare unfired German WW2 15.2cm high explosive projectile specially manufactured by the Germans in WW2 to use in the Russian made 152mm (6 inch) M1938 (M-10) howitzer. These guns were made between 1939 and 1941 by the Russians and when captured by the Wehrmacht were given the designation 15,2 cm FH 443(r). The (r) means a captured Russian weapon. The projectile comes in its original wooden transit container and retains virtually all of its original paint and stenciling. The iron driving banded projectiles are painted green with a red band painted round the middle and are stenciled above the driving band and on the base IV. The projectile is stenciled in white A5532 152akr rj60/60-NP/23 ghs 0.15-1-50-60 AseV4 210460TM . The projectile is stamped on the reverse 00 761 13A ?? 7 44 (July 1944) . The projectile is fitted with a AZ23 percussion fuse and is stamped AZ23 orz43 and has a delay slot. The wooden transit container is stenciled in black Gesch.Kast. 152 Sprgr(r) and Herresmunitions. There is some remains of a original paper label affixed to the container. No licence is reqired to possess this inert round in the UK if retained as part of a collection or display. Due to the very heavy weight, delivery within the UK only by arrangement and at cost. SN O 1892
£0.00

Post 1958 Webley Mark I .177 Air Pistol. AI 678. - AI 678
This is a very good ' Webley Mark I Air Pistol'. These pistols were manufactured at the Webley Birmingham 4 factory post WW2 until 1958. Production continued at their Handsworth factory into the 1960's. (See pages 71 to 73 of Bruce's book Webley Air Pistols). It has excellent undamaged metal work with original finish and undamaged black chequered grips embossed with the 'Webley' name (pre-war examples do not have Webley signature grips). The left side of the cylinder is stamped 'Webley Air Pistol Mark I Made in England'. The left side also has the correct oil hole marked 'OIL HERE' with arrow indicator. The right side of the cylinder is marked 'Webley & Scott Ltd Birmingham' together with Webley patents. It has an adjustable rear sight & the barrel strap beneath the blade fore sight is stamped 'MK 1 .177'. The barrel’s rifled bore is clean. The front of the cylinder is stamped with matching number ‘931’. The rear of the cylinder is correctly marked 'do not remove'. The pistol cocks and fires crisply. The price includes UK delivery. NB The restrictions of the Crime Reduction Act apply to the sale & delivery of this item. AI 678.
£245.00

British 1960 Dated L1A3 Bayonet and Scabbard. BAYO 321. - BAYO 321
The L1A3 bayonet was introduced into British service during the late 1950s to eliminate the protruding press stud used on the L1A1 and L1A2 designs. It was felt that the protruding press stud made the bayonet too easily dislodged, so the press stud was made flush with the pommel. This is a nice 1960 dated example complete with its No5 MkII scabbard with brass mouthpiece. The steel blade is near perfect, the grips pommel and finger guard are showing minor signs of service wear. The bayonet is in good condition with only a small mark to the rear as shown in the photos. See Skennerton, item B322, pages 260-262. The price includes UK delivery. BAYO 321. (Box 1)
£245.00
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