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C1980’s 2nd Type British SAS Sniper’s Camouflaged Smock. U 506 - U 506
These Camo sniper smocks were used by Special Air Service British army snipers during the 1980’s. This 2nd type example is in excellent seldom worn condition. It has the correct chest pockets, side facing lower pockets for prone position, webbing loops for fixing foliage for additional camouflage, padding on elbows and shoulders for protection, elasticated sleeve cuffs, steel shoulder hook for rifle sling and Monkey Tail Flap. The smock has no maker, date or size markings. It is approx. UK men’s size 44” chest 6’ Height. Its full zip works as it should and it has all of its original press stud and button fasteners. The price includes UK delivery. U 506
£545.00

C1970’s / 1980’s Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ & Falklands War Era British SAS Ventile Windproof Hooded Camouflaged Smock. U 505 - U 505
These Camo sniper smocks were used by Special Air Service during the 1970’s & 1980’s and issued to SAS troops during the Northern Ireland ‘troubles’ & Falklands war. This example is in excellent, seldom worn condition. All fastenings, velcro and zippers are in good order. It has Four pockets on the front plus one on 1 sleeve. Its stand up collar with hood has correct draw strings. The inside of the smock has a nice label with SAS ventile smock designation, stores code, cleaning instructions & size 180 (cms height 5’ 10”) & 104 (cms 41” chest). The price includes UK delivery. U 505
£425.00

1956 Belgian Army Airborne Troops Parachutist’s Brush Stroke Camouflage Trousers By ABL BAWI U 503 - U 503
An original 1956 dated Belgian Army brush stroke parachutists trousers in excellent condition as issued to troops serving in the Belgian Congo. Following the Second World War the Belgian Army began designing and making its own uniforms again. These trousers have the correct printed camouflage pattern, usually referred to as 'Brush Stroke'. The colours and pattern are not too dissimilar to the British Denison smocks of the Second World War but are distinctly Belgian. Inside the waistband the original label is present and bears the markings 'ABL & BAWI', 1956 date and numbers ‘276’. The camo trousers have a reinforced seat, draw cord and buttoned waist, flap pocket on one leg and boot legs. They are approx. UK size inside leg length 28”, waist 34-36”. All material trousers are clean and intact and all buttons present. The price includes UK delivery. U 503
£195.00

Post 1984 British Paratrooper’s Camouflaged Denison Smock. U 502 - U 502
This is an original, post 1984 British Camouflaged Denison Smock in very good condition. It has elasticated cuffs, tail flap, full zip and stud fasteners (see page 177 of 'British Airborne Specialist Clothing From WW2 To The Present Day Denison' book by Bruce Wilson), dated by the addition of a First Field Dressing Pocket on the rear of the right hand upper sleeve which this smock has. The smock has no maker or size label, it is approx. UK men’s size 40” Chest 5’8” height. All material and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. U 502
£325.00

**MINT**UN-ISSUED**C1970’s / 1980’s Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ & Falklands War Era British SAS Ventile Windproof Hooded Camouflaged Smock. U 501 - U 501
These Camo sniper smocks were used by Special Air Service during the 1970’s & 1980’s and issued to SAS troops during the Northern Ireland ‘troubles’ & Falklands war. This example is in near mint, un-issued condition. All fastenings, velcro and zippers are in good order. It has Four pockets on the front plus one on 1 sleeve. Its stand up collar with hood has correct draw strings. The inside of the smock has a nice label with SAS ventile smock designation, stores code, cleaning instructions & size 180 (cms height 5’ 10”) & 104 (cms 41” chest). The price includes UK delivery. U 501
£450.00

Post 1984 British Paratrooper’s Camouflaged Denison Smock Size 170/96 With Para Jump Wings & Pegasus Insignia, Para Regiment & Airborne Flashes & Formation Patch. U 500 - U 500
This is an original, post 1984 British Camouflaged Denison Smock in excellent condition. It has elasticated cuffs, tail flap, full zip and stud fasteners (see page 177 of 'British Airborne Specialist Clothing From WW2 To The Present Day Denison' book by Bruce Wilson.), dated by the addition of a First Field Dressing Pocket on the rear of the right hand upper sleeve which this smock has. It has a green cotton label inside the collar marked 'Smock Parachutist's 8415-99-132-4016 Size 170/96 ‘Launder and Re Proof In Accordance With Specification UK /SC/3698’. The sleeves have Para Jump Wings & Pegasus Insignia, Para Regiment & Airborne Flashes & blue square formation Patch. All material and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. U 500
£395.00

WW2 Era British King’s Regiment Officer’s Tunic With Lieutenant Colonel’s Rank Insignia, Campaign Medal Ribbons, 14th Army (Burma Campaign) Formation Patches & Aiguillette Lanyard. U 376. - U 376
This is a very nice WW2 Officer’s tunic for a Lieutenant Colonel in the King’s Regiment. It carries his rank insignia on the epaulettes & Officer’s collar dogs on the lapels. All of the brass buttons are King’s crown & on the sleeves are 2 cloth formation patches for the 14th Army. The medal ribbon bar has the 39-45 star, Burma star & Defence medal ribbons. The 14th Army was formed in India in October 1943 & fought in Burma through many of the hardest battles until withdrawn to India in June 1945. The tunic comes complete with its original removable buckled belt and Aiguillette. A nice tunic for a man who was obviously in Burma & could well have been involved with the Chindits. The tunic is approx. UK men’s size 36” chest. All material is clean & intact with no mothing. The price includes UK delivery. U 376.
£275.00

WWI British Sherwood Foresters Derbyshire Regiment Officer's Cuff Title Khaki Tunic. U 128. - U 128
During the First World War, the Sherwood Foresters had 33 Battalions in service, of which 20 served overseas mainly on the Western Front, but also in Gallipoli, Italy and the Middle East. Over 140,000 men served in the Regiment which lost 11,400 killed. The Regiment won 57 battle honours and 2,000 decorations, including nine Victoria Crosses. This is an original WWI British Officer's Cuff Title Khaki Tunic to the Sherwood Foresters Derbyshire Regiment. It is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets and plain lower pockets with flaps. The tunic has all of its original brass Regimental buttons. The embroidered cuff rank insignia are all correct and undamaged. The collar dog badges of the tunic are absent and the body has small areas of service wear. The Tunic is clean. just minor service wear. There are no manufacturer, WD or size labels. It is approx UK size 34" Chest. The price includes UK delivery. U 128.
£950.00

British Coldstream Guards Sergeant’s Grey Winter Great Coat. U 127. - U 127
The Coldstream Guards are one of the 5 Foot Guards Regiments in the British Army Household Division - the personal troops of Her Majesty the Queen. Formed in 1650 as part of the New Model Army during the English Civil War, the Coldstream Guards swore allegiance to King Charles II in 1660 and has guarded the country's monarchs since. The Regiment’s anniversary is 23rd April (St George’s Day). The Regiment has fought in every major conflict involving British troops since their creation. Their Uniform includes a prominent Red plume on the right side of their bearskin headwear (each of the Foot Guards Regiments i.e. Grenadier, Scots, Welsh, Irish & Coldstream are identified by different coloured plumes (except Scots who wear no plume) & different button, collar and shoulder badge designs / configurations. This current issue Coldstream Guards Sergeants Grey Winter Great Coat is in excellent condition. The heavy grey serge material has all of the correct gilt metal Guards garter star buttons on the body and epaulettes. The coat has 2 large flap pockets and reinforced panels at the shoulders. The large collar has the correct hooks and the rear has the correct pleats. The sleeves have the correct large cuffs. The right sleeve has the correct Sgts red and black cloth patch chevron insignia. The green material lining is clean and has just small areas of service wear consistent with parade use and has the correct integral grey serge belts. The lining has a hanging loop and clean printed label with size and stores codes (illustrated). The price includes UK delivery. U 127 (NB A Coldstream Guards Red Tunic & Coldstream Guards Bearskin Both In Similar Excellent Condition Are Available Separately On Our Website). U 127.
£225.00

Early WW2 1940 Dated 1939 Pattern British WD Home Guards Officer’s Khaki Winter Great Coat, Size 5, By Lotery & Co Ltd With 2nd Lieutenant's Rank Insignia & ‘Home Guard H6’ HG Unit Shoulder Titles. Sn 15703:27. - 15703:27
This is an excellent original early WW2 dated 1939 pattern British HG Officers Khaki Winter Great Coat. The heavy khaki serge material has all of the correct King’s Crown buttons on the body and epaulettes apart from one small button on the lower section of the rear vent which is absent. The coat has 2 large flap pockets. The large collar has the correct hook and the rear has the correct vent and adjustment strap. Both sleeves have cloth ‘Home Guard H6’ HG Unit Shoulder Titles and both epaulettes have enamel and brass 2nd Lieutenant rank insignia. The inside of the shoulders and sleeves are lined. All material is clean and has no mothing. The inside of the overcoat has a clean printed label with size, pattern detail, WD arrow, 1940 date and manufacturer name ‘H.Lotery & Co Ltd’. The lining also has an original ink marking ‘5/7-S 5’. The label and ink stamps are illustrated. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:27.
£275.00
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