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WW2 1945 RAF Sergeant's Tunic With Embroidered Air Gunner Badge, Rank Insignia RAF Eagle & Air Gunner & Radio Operator / Mechanic Patch Size 8. U 378 - U 378
This is an excellent, original, WW2, 1945 dated, RAF Sergeant's Tunic. The Airforce Blue, Serge Tunic has 2 external pockets the top 2 pockets are buttoned and the lower are the correct flap covered pockets with no buttons. All of the Tunic's brass buttons with embossed ‘King’s Crown and Eagle in Flight' are present as it's original belt hooks and belt with large brass buckle. The Tunic is in excellent clean undamaged condition with all stitching in tact. The arms bear 'RAF Eagle' patches and Sergeant Stripes insignia. The left sleeve also has a cloth patch issued to Radio Operator / Mechanics. The breast has the correct original winged ‘AG’ Air Gunners embroidered badge. The inside of the Tunic has a nice white cotton label printed 'WD Arrow Jackets O.A. Size No. 8 Height 5’7” to 5’8” breast 37” to 38” Waist 34” Verner & Baxter Ltd 1945’ there is also a June 1945 ink stamp. The price for this excellent WW2 dated RAF Tunic includes UK delivery. U 378
£275.00

MINT, Victorian British Army, Scottish Black Watch Regiment 5 Tassel Horse Hair Sporran With Leather Pouch & Regiment Device Cantle. Sn 18029 - 18029
The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion, Royal Regiment of Scotland (3 SCOTS) is an infantry battalion of the Royal Regiment of Scotland. The regiment was created as part of the Childers Reforms in 1881, when the 42nd (Royal Highland) Regiment of Foot (The Black Watch) was amalgamated with the 73rd (Perthshire) Regiment of Foot. It was known as The Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) from 1881 to 1931 and The Black Watch (Royal Highland Regiment) from 1931 to 2006. This is a near mint, Victorian era five tassel Sporran to the Cameron Highlanders. The white horse hair sporran has 5 black horse hair tassels, with copper gilt cantle with thistle border and centred Regimental motif on a stippled ground. It has its red leather pouch with flap covered pocket and 2 belt loops. There are no visible date or manufacturer marks. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 18029
£375.00

WW2 Battle Of Britain Era 1940 Dated British Air Ministry RAF Medical Officer’s Red Cross Armband To Dr Or Mr R.H. French. Sn 17414 - 17414
Active from 1918 to present date, Medical Officers are the doctors of the RAF and have specialist expertise in aviation medicine / surgery to support aircrew and their protective equipment. Medical officers also carry out Aeromedical evacuations, providing vital assistance on search-and-rescue missions or emergency relief flights worldwide. This is an original WW2 dated RAF Medical Officer’s armband to a named Medical officer. It is made of white cotton material and has a stitched patch red cross centrally mounted. The back is stamped with King’s Crown above A.M (Air Ministry) and 1940 date (The Battle Of Britain was fought during Summer & Autumn 1940). It is also stamped ‘Dr (or Mr) R.H. French’ no doubt the RAF Medical Officer or Surgeon / Consultant who was issued with this armband. The material has old staining consistent with age and service use but the material and stitching are intact with no mothing. The price for this armband worthy of further research regarding the Medical Officer’s name includes UK delivery. Sn 17414
£145.00

WW2 1944 British WD RAF Lightweight Tropical Bush Shirt / Jacket By Ballymena Mfg Co With Cloth Formation Insignia, 1942 Trousers By Blond Brothers, 1945 Belt By Johnston Allen Co Ltd. Sn 17404:3 - 17404:3
This is an original WW2 British RAF lightweight tropical bush jacket with removable belt & trousers. The light cotton jacket has chest and hip patch pockets with flaps and buttons. The jacket has its original RAF Kings crown buttons (the top collar button is plain). The epaulettes and shoulders have cloth formation insignia. The inside of the jacket has an excellent clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1944 date (illustrated). The tropical trousers have open top hip pockets and press stud fly. The rear of the trousers has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1942 date. The inside of the trousers has a crisp AM air ministry ink stamp (all illustrated). The belt has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1945 date (illustrated). All material & stitching are intact with no mothing. The price for this WW2 RAF uniform collection includes UK delivery. Sn 17404:3
£395.00

Boer War / WW1 Era British 8th Scottish VB (Volunteer Battalion) The Kings Liverpool Regiment 2 Peice White Metal Clasp / Buckle & Uniform Leather Waist Belt. L 281 - L 281
The Liverpool Scottish, known diminutively as "the Scottish", is a unit of the British Army, part of the Army Reserve (formerly the Territorial Army), raised in 1900 as an infantry battalion of the King's (Liverpool Regiment). The Liverpool Scottish became affiliated to the Queen's Own Cameron Highlanders in the 1920s and formally transferred to the regiment in 1937 with its identity preserved. Service in the Regiment in the First World War was extensive and the Liverpool Scottish was one of the first territorial battalions to arrive on the Western Front when it deployed in November 1914. Approximately 1,000 of more than 10,000 men who served with the Scottish died during the war. This is an original 8th Scottish VB The Kings Liverpool Regiment belt clasp / buckle in white metal. The buckle / clasp locks together to form the Regiment badge. The metal is undamaged and clean. There are no visible manufacturer or date marks.The waist belt is dark brown leather and it has a very nice original patina. The belt is in excellent condition. It is 36" long, adjustable to approx. 38” waist. The belt has two copper riveted leather loops and 2 brass belt bars with prongs for size adjustment . The price includes UK delivery. L 281
£295.00

RESERVED RESERVED Early WW2 1940 British WD Army No.2 Leather Jerkin Size 3 By Miller. U 375 - U 375
This is an excellent condition original British Army Tan leather Jerkin. It is made of rugged, supple Tan leather. The Jerkin has superb reinforced stitching around the edges, arm holes and button holes. It has it's original 4 large brown coloured buttons which are secure and have their original stitching. It has a thick khaki cloth lining with leather reinforcement patches stitched into the armpit areas and behind the buttons. The liner has a label with manufacturer and size details together with War Dept arrow, printed in ink 'JERKINS, LEATHER, N0.2, Size No 3, Height 5' 11" to 6' 2" Breast Over Jacket 40" to 46" S.Miller'. The label is also dated ‘2nd Jan 1940’. The lining is ink stamped with WD and arrow above ‘240’. The price includes UK delivery. U 375
£0.00

UN-ISSUED CONDITION, WW2 1945 Dated British WD 1942 Pattern Jacket Parachutists Over Smock Size 5 By L. Harris Ltd. Sn 15998:6 - 15998:6
An original, excellent, un-issued condition British 1942 pattern Jacket Parachutists over smock .Made of olive denim it features 2 grenade pockets, an "ape tail" with correct Newey brass snaps for adjusted comfort and a full length brass zip. Inside it has a superb, original label (illustrated), ink marked ‘Jackets Parachutists 1942 Pattern Size No. 5 Height 5'11" to 6', Breast 38" - 43" L. Harris Ltd 1945’ together with WD arrow. The inside of the smock also has a WD with arrow ink stamp. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15998:6
£395.00

WW2 1944 British WD RAF Lightweight Tropical Bush Shirt / Jacket By Ballymena Mfg Co With Cloth Formation Insignia , 1942 Trousers By Blond Brothers, 1945 Belt By Johnston Allen Co & 1942 Air Ministry Marked Side Cap By Silberston & Sons Ltd With RAF Ba - 15703:48
This is an original WW2 British RAF lightweight tropical bush jacket, trousers & side cap. The light cotton jacket has chest and hip patch pockets with flaps and buttons. The jacket has its original RAF Kings crown buttons (the top collar button is plain). The epaulettes and shoulders have cloth formation insignia. The inside of the jacket has an excellent clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1944 date (illustrated). The tropical trousers have open top hip pockets and press stud fly. The rear of the trousers has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1942 date. The inside of the trousers has a crisp AM air ministry ink stamp (all illustrated). The belt has a clean WD size and manufacturer label together with 1945 date (illustrated. )The air force blue serge side cap is WD ink stamped together with 1942 date, 7 3/8 size & manufacturer’s name (all illustrated). The cap has its original brass RAF cap badge and buttons. The cap also has a contemporary hand written name ‘J.A. Anderson’ no doubt the name of the RAF soldier or pilot who was issued with the cap. All of this uniform was found together and all material is clean and intact. The price for this excellent WW2 RAF uniform collection includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:48
£395.00

Original WW1 1914 Pattern Imperial German Military Officer’s 2 Piece Bayern State Gilded Brass Buckle and Period Brocade Belt. Sn 15703:33 - 15703:33
Imperial German States issued their own buckles bearing State insignia. These buckles were in general brass or alloy with insignia plates attached by folding tabs. This is an excellent original Officer's 2 piece 1914 pattern brass Bayern State 2 Piece gilded brass Buckle and belt. The front of the buckle is mounted with the Bayern State ‘Crown’ badge secured by the correct 3 folding prongs. There are no manufacturer or date marks on the buckle or belt. The original period leather and blue felt backed brocade belt is 2” wide, 39 ½” in length and holed for size adjustment. The belt has a brass bar which correctly attaches to a hook on the back of the buckle. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:33
£295.00

British Pre WW1 1912 5th Royal Irish Lancers Scarlet & Blue Uniform Tunic With Kings Crown Regiment Buttons & Cavalry Trousers. Sn 15703:10 - 15703:10
The 5th Royal Irish Lancers was a Cavalry Regiment of the British Army. It saw service for three Centuries, including the First World War and the Second World War. It amalgamated with the 16th The Queen's Lancers to become the 16th/5th Lancers in 1922. The Regiment was originally formed in 1689 by Brigadier James Wynne as James Wynne's Regiment of Dragoons. It fought at the Battle of the Boyne in July 1690 and at the Battle of Aughrim later that month under King William III. Renamed the Royal Dragoons of Ireland in 1704, it went on to fight under the Duke of Marlborough at the Battle of Blenheim in August 1404 during the War of the Spanish Succession. At the Battle of Ramillies in May 1606 the regiment helped capture the entire French “Regiment du Roi”, after which it fought at the Battle of Oudenarde in July 1708 and at the Battle of Malplaquet in September 1709. In 1751, it was retitled 5th Regiment of Dragoons and in 1756 it became the 5th (or Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoons. As such, it served in Ireland and had the honour of leading the charge against the rebels at the Battle of Enniscorthy in May 1798 during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. However, its troops were accused of treachery, their accusers claimed their ranks had been infiltrated by rebels. Following an investigation, it was found that a single individual, James M’Nassar, had infiltrated the Regiment, he was ordered to be "transported beyond the seas”. The circumstance was commemorated in a curious way. It was ordered that the 5th Royal Irish Light Dragoons should be erased from the records of the army list, in which a blank between the 4th and 6th Dragoons should remain forever, as a memorial of disgrace. For upward of half a century this gap remained in the army list. The Regiment was reformed in 1858, keeping its old number and title, but losing precedence, being ranked after the 17th Lancers. It was immediately converted into a Lancer Regiment and titled 5th (or Royal Irish) Regiment of Dragoons (Lancers). In 1861, it was renamed the 5th (or Royal Irish) Lancers and then the 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers. The Regiment saw action in India and the Second Boer War. At the outbreak of WW1 The Regiment became part of the British Expeditionary Force, sailing from Dublin to France as part of the 3rd Cavalry Brigade in the 2nd Cavalry Division in August 1914 for service on the Western Front. The 5th (Royal Irish) Lancers also has the grim honour of being the Regiment of the last British soldier to die in the Great War. This was Private George Edwin Ellison from Leeds, who was killed by a sniper as the Regiment advanced into Mons a short time before the armistice came into effect. The Regiment was renamed 5th Royal Irish Lancers and disbanded in 1921, but a squadron was reconstituted in 1922 and immediately amalgamated with the 16th The Queen's Lancers to become the 16th/5th Lancers. This is an excellent uniform tunic and trousers of the 5th Royal Irish Lancers. The blue tunic has scarlet breast, cuffs, high collar with hooks and white metal Kings Crown with Harp Regiment badges. The tunic has piping to the sleeves, back and bottom edge of the tunic. The tunic has the correct post 1902 King’s Crown ‘Fifth Royal Irish’, Harp and Crossed Lances Regimental embossed buttons. The back of the buttons are stamped by the manufacturer ‘Smith & Wright Ltd Birmingham’. The epaulettes are braided yellow cord with matching KC Regiment buttons. The pleated and vented rear of the tunic has the same KC Regiment buttons. The body of the Tunic and lining are clean and undamaged. The inside of the tunic has a perished paper label with ink date that appears to be ‘Nov 1912’ none of the manufacturer or size detail is legible. The lining also has WD with arrow ink stams together with ‘Property Of The Aldershot Tattoo’ & ‘Property Of The SSAFA’. The Tunic is small approx UK size 34" chest. The blue Cavalry trousers have yellow tape to the legs, raised waistband, buttoned fly and vented ankles with buttons. All buttons are present. The inside of each leg have correct reinforced panels to protect the Lancer when riding. They are small approx UK size waist 28", inside leg 26". All material is clean & undamaged. The trousers have a perished illegible paper label which can be seen in image 1and is not damage to the trousers. The high waistband lining has a WD arrow ink stamp. The price for this colourful Lancer’s Uniform includes UK delivery. Sn 15703:10
£995.00
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