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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.

C1895 - WW1 Era Imperial German 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry Regiment Iron Blue Tunic Jacket with Stylised ‘75’ Regiment Epaulettes Insignia. Sn 15703:11. - 15703:11
This is an original Imperial German Infantry Tunic. This pattern of tunic was worn by German troops from C1895 and into WW1. The 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry were part of the German IX Army Corps (a Corps level command of the Prussian & German armies before and during WW1). This is a very good original tunic of the 75th 1st Hanseatic (Bremen) Lower Saxony Infantry The single breasted high collar Tunic is made of iron blue material. The collar and cuffs are scarlet. The front and rear of the tunic have scarlet piping. It has white epaulettes with embroidered red Regiment insignia ‘75’ and its entire original brass buttons. The tunic has areas of service wear to be expected with age. Its lining has partially readable ink stamped manufacturer detail in German text including the city name ‘Bremen’. It is approx. UK size 36” chest. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:11.

1949 Pattern British Coldstream Guards Battledress to Major Smith with Command Patch & Medal Ribbon, Size 17. U 369. - U 369
A very nice 1949 Pattern British Coldstream Guards Battledress to Major L. R. Smith with Command Patches & Medal Ribbons, Size 17. It has "Coldstream Guards" shoulder titles on both shoulders along with 'Command Patches'. It has five sewn on medal ribbons consisting of the 39-45 Star, France & Germany Star, Defence Medal, War Medal & General Service Medal. Inside it has a clear makers label 'Globe Clothing Co.' of size 17 for height 6' 1" to 6' 2", breast 41" to 42" and waist 36" to 37". In superb condition with all buttons. Price includes UK delivery. U 369.

Original, WW2, 1941 Dated, U.S Army 3rd Infantry Division Four Pocket - Artillery G.1 Jacket. Sn 6281. - Sn 6281
This is a very good original condition WW2 , G.1. Four pocket tunic dated 1941 to a Sergeant in the 3rd Infantry Division Artillery. The jacket, Wool-Serge O.D was made by the 'Superior Clothing Company' dated January 14th 1941 ( label illustrated) and is size 38L. It has original shoulder and sleeve insignia and stripes. The collar badges identify the Sergeant as belonging to the 'C' battery 3rd Infantry Regiment. This Regiment fought in North Africa, Italy and Germany eventually capturing the Berchtesgarden. This is a fine original jacket to a fighting Regiment. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 6281.

British 2nd Lieutenant's, 1949 Pattern South Staffordshire Glider Troops Battledress By Bloom Manchester. U 359. - U 359
This is an excellent original British Officer's 1949 Pattern South Staffordshire Glider Troops Battledress Blouse Tunic. It is clean, undamaged with all material, stitching and buttons intact. The epaulettes are mounted with 2nd Lieutenant's single cloth pips ( white and green on red cloth background). Both shoulders are mounted with red cloth patches embroidered in yellow with the Regiment name 'South Stafford' & the image of a Glider. The left shoulder is mounted with a blue cloth shield embroidered in gold with Crown & Portcullis. The lapels are mounted with metal 'knotted rope ' badges. The inside of the blouse has a white label printed in black ink ' Blouse battledress 1949 pattern, Size 5' with additional size information and retailer detail ' B. Bloom Ltd, Miles Platting Mcr 10 (Manchester) 1954 date & War Dept arrow. Also present is an ink stamp ' WMD' with Arrow & '435' (all illustrated). Price includes UK delivery. U 359.

1945 US Army Officers Eisenhower jacket -Field Jacket . U 123. - U 123
The Eisenhower jacket or "Ike" jacket, officially known as the Jacket, Field, Wool, Olive Drab, is a type of waist-length jacket developed for the U.S. Army during the later stages of World War II and named after Dwight D. Eisenhower. Intended to be worn on its own or as an insulating layer beneath the M-1943 Field Jacket and over the standard wool flannel shirt and wool sweater, it featured a pleated back, adjustable waist band, fly-front buttons, bellows chest pockets, slash side pockets, and shoulder straps.A superb condition 1944 pattern Olive Drab Wool Field Jacket or "Ike" Jacket of a First Lieutenant of the Signal Corps wearing patches of the 7th and 27th Infantry Division. Named inside, "112265 HOLBRITTER". He has 2 overseas service bars and the rank bars are silver bullion wire. It has a nice label showing it was issued on 14.4.1945 by the Moda Coat Company and is size 36R. In excellent undamaged condition and price includes UK delivery. U 123.

C1990’s Iraqi Desert Storm Era British Nato Tropical Desert Sand Camouflage Combat Jacket With British Para Jump Wings & Formation Patch Insignia. U 383 - U 383
These C1990’s Tropical Combat jackets were issued to British / NATO troops during the Iraqi wars. This example in correct lightweight cotton material has no damage or mothing and is clean apart from some light storage staining. It has the correct flap pockets and buttoned cuffs. All of the original lightweight nylon buttons are present. The inside of the smock has a nice label with ‘Jacket combat tropical desert dp’ designation, NATO stores code, cleaning instructions & size 180 (cms height 5’ 10”) & 104 (cms 41” chest). One sleeve has cloth British para jump wings above formation patch. The other sleeve has cloth British Union flag above formation patch (illustrated). The price for this combat jacket worthy of further research regarding the formation patches includes UK delivery. U 383

C1970’s / 1980’s Northern Ireland ‘Troubles’ & Falklands War Era British SAS Ventile Windproof Hooded Camouflaged Smock. U 382 - U 382
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 clean lightly 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 382

Vietnam War Era US Army Marine Corps (USMC) JAC-27 Helicopter Pilot’s Jacket With Formation Patches. U 381 - U 381
This is an original Vietnam war era USMC JAC-27 helicopter pilot’s jacket. The jacket is made of 100% olive green nylon which naturally faded in areas with age. It has 2 large map pockets and a smaller pocket on one sleeve. The jacket has a soft stand-up collar with buttons . It has soft cuffs at the sleeves, elasticated waist band. And full zip which works as it should. This jacket has been lightly worn and is in good condition. The inside of the jacket has a clean label with designation ‘Jacket Helicopter Military Style No. JAC-27’. It also has product information, stores and contact numbers and size ‘Large’ (all illustrated). The jacket is stitch mounted with 4 original colourful cloth formation patches ‘USMC’(badge of the Corps) ‘Airborne above Eagle’s head and wings’, ‘Eagle Winged Helicopter’ & USA Flag. The jacket is approx. UK men’s size 44” Chest. All material is clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. U 381

Final Stage Production 1970's British Camouflaged Parachutist's Airborne Troops Pattern Denison Smock By H.E. Textiles of Leicester, Size 4. Sn - 19799:1
This is an original, British Camouflaged Airborne troops/ Parachutist's Denison Smock used by British Troops during the troubles in Northern Ireland and The Falklands War. These Denison's were manufactured in the final stages of Denison production during the 1970's and can be identified by the code 8405-99-973 found on labels in the garments. The 8405 prefix is a NATO stores number (see page 159 of the book, Denison by Bruce Wilson). It has elasticated cuffs, tail flap with stud fasteners and full zip. Inside the body has its original label stamped 'Smock Camouflage 8405-99-973-5164 Size No 4 H.E. Textiles A/78/CLO/42682/CB(CT)4B'. This label has the name COLE written on it. All material and stitching are. All zips and stud fasteners are present and work perfectly. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 19799:1
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