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Pre WW1 1902-1910 Royal Warwickshire Regiment Volunteer Battalion 2nd Lieutenant’s Red Dress Tunic . Sn 12950 - 12950
This is an original, 1902-1910 Royal Warwickshire Regiment Volunteers 2nd Lieutenant’s Red Dress Tunic. The vivid red Tunic has silvered collar dogs with separate gold grown. The Epaulettes carry a single pip for the rank of 2nd Lieutenant & the buttons with Kings crown are all present. They are in white metal as oppsed to gilt denoting a Volunteer Battalion. There is no Tailor’s label but the cream lining is in excellent condition as is the blue melton cloth, gold braid collar & cuffs. The body of the Tunic and lining have just the service and storage wear to be expected. It measures 17” armpit to armpit (approx. 34” chest). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 12950
£495.00

WW2 / Pre 1953 Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry Leather Cross Belt & Pouch With King’s Crown Yeomanry Badge. Sn 12769 - 12769
The Queen's Own Worcestershire Hussars was a Yeomanry regiment of the British Army. First raised in 1794, it participated in the Second Boer War and World War I as horsed cavalry before being converted to an anti-tank regiment of the Royal Artillery for service in World War II. In 1956 it was amalgamated with the Warwickshire Yeomanry to form the Queen's Own Warwickshire and Worcestershire Yeomanry. In 1899, they were called for service in the Imperial Yeomanry, for the Boer War and formed part of the newly formed Imperial Yeomanry Cavalry. The Regiment fought in WW1 and on return from Palestine in 1919 it had become clear during the war that cavalry was obsolete and in 1922 it was announced that the Worcestershires were to become a Royal Artillery Regiment. The Regiment fought with distinction in WW2. This is a nice original Pre 1953 Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry Cross Belt & Pouch. The belt and pouch are leather. The belt is 32" long. The belt has ornate brass plates with void panels. The leather covered steel pouch opens as it should and has a leather tab with single brass stud fastener. The leather covering has some wear consistent with age and service use. The front of the pouch is mounted with the bi metal badge of the Worcestershire Imperial Yeomanry with King’s Crown. The rim of the pouch cover is brass. Price for this attractive, complete, Yeomanry cross belt & pouch includes UK delivery Sn 12769
£395.00

Original Victorian English Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Corps Officers Crimson Morocco Leather & Silver Lace Dress Sword Belt With 2 Piece Third Norfolk RVC Buckle & Sword Hanging Straps. U 107 - U 107 / 12717
An invasion scare in 1859 led to the creation of the Volunteer Force and huge enthusiasm for joining local Rifle Volunteer Corps (RVCs). This is an original Victorian Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Officer’s Dress Sword belt made of crimson Morocco leather with strips of silver lace & brass fittings. It has a two piece belt buckle with ornate shoulders. Circlet inscribed “Third Norfolk Rifle Volunteers Corps” and central ‘Castle’. It is complete with two crimson Morocco leather sword hanging straps decorated with silver lace. All leather and stitching of the scabbard, hangers and belt are clean and intact. The belt is 34” maximum length. Price includes UK delivery. U 107
£325.00

WW2 1941 British Army in India Major’s BD & Front Pocket Trousers. Sn 1492 - 1492
A perfect condition WW2 Battledress Blouse of a British Major in the Army Ordnance Corps in Colonial India made by Freedman & Co, Property Limited, 1941 in Size 4 and an ink WD arrow with A.W. Size 36” chest complete with all buttons etc. Also included are a pair of Front Pocket Officers private purchase battle dress trousers with a good clear matching label showing they are size 8 for waist 32” to 33” and height 5’7” to 5’8”. Again in perfect condition. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 1492
£325.00

A 1978 British WD Parachute Regiment Red Beret With Regiment Badge By British Compton Webb (Headdress) Ltd Size 57 & Post 1984 British Camouflaged Denison Smock Size 180/104 tO Captain D. Williams. Sn 11965 - 11965
This iconic Parachute Regiment Red Beret is in excellent undamaged condition with all material clean and intact. It is mounted with the original Metal Parachute Regiment winged badge. The rear of the badge has the correct mounts. The crown of the beret has printed detail in white ink under clear plastic film, "57 (size) 8405-99-976-0220 Compton Webb (Headdress) Limited A/78/CLO/54359/CB(CT)3b". The original, post 1984 British Camouflaged Denison Smock has elasticated cuffs, tail flap, full zip and correct ‘Scovill’ 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 got. It has a green cotton label inside the collar marked 'Smock Parachutist's 8415-99-132-4016 Size 180/104 Name No Launder and Re Proof In Accordance With Specification UK /SC/3698" and it has hand written Capt. D. Williams 222/714". All material and stitching are clean and it is in very good condition. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 11965
£395.00

WW2 Manchester Regiment Officer’s Uniform Khaki Service Jacket With WW2 Campaign Medal Ribbons, Lieutenant Insignia, Lanyard & Trousers By Moss Bros London. Sn 11531. - 11531
After distinguished service in both World War I and World War II, the Manchester Regiment was amalgamated with the King's Regiment (Liverpool) in 1958, to form the King's Regiment (Manchester and Liverpool) which was, in 2006, amalgamated with the King's Own Royal Border Regiment and the Queen's Lancashire Regiment to form the present Duke of Lancaster's Regiment (King's, Lancashire and Border). During WW2 the Manchester Regiment served in Italy, North West Europe and the Far East. This is an original WW2 Manchester Regiment Officer's Uniform. The Tunic is clean & has just the service wear to be expected. It is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets and plain lower pockets with flaps. The epaulettes bear enamel and gilt rank insignia stars of Lieutenant. The lapels have metal Regiment Insignia. The tunic is mounted with WW2 campaign ribbons. The Tunic has all but one of its original brass King's Crown Regimental buttons. The left shoulder of the Tunic is fitted with an original green cord lanyard. The Tunic is approx UK size 38" Chest. The matching trousers have side slash pockets and buttoned fly. They are approx 30-32" Waist, 33" Leg. The trousers have no damage but do have light service wear. The lining of the trousers’ have a clean manufacturer label ‘Moss Bros Covent Garden London’ (illustrated inset in image 2). Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11531
£245.00

WW1 1918 British Officer's Uniform Khaki Jacket By Gieves Ltd To 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor MM, MID, 19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers With WW1 Medal Ribbons. U 105 - U 105
The Royal Fusiliers served with distinction in the First World War,raising 76 Battalions The Regiment served on the Western Front, in Africa, the Middle East and Macedonia. Public Schools Battalions were British First World War Pals Battalions of Kitchener's Army, originally made up exclusively of former public schoolboys. The 19th Battalion, Royal Fusiliers were part of the 33rd Division, which was formed in April, 1915. It was an all-London Division with five public schools Battalions (18th to 21st Royal Fusiliers and 16th Middlesex). 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor served with the British Army between 1908-1924 and was an Officer with 19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers during WW1. The Officer was awarded the prestigious Military Medal (MM) for valour and was mentioned in despatches (MID). This is 2nd Lieutenant D.E.D Taylor’s Uniform Jacket mounted with his WW1 medal ribbons (a photocopy of part of his medal card records from the National Archives Kew accompanies his jacket). The jacket is single breasted with open collar, pleated chest pockets and plain lower pockets with flaps. The tunic has all of its original brass Kings crown Royal Fusiliers Regimental buttons. The lapels of the jacket have the ignited grenade Regimental badges with correct rear lug and split pins. The epaulettes have the correct embroidered 2nd Lieutenant WW1 rank insignia. The collar of the tunic has a nice manufacturer’s label ‘Gieves Ltd’ with typed date ’12 may 1918’ and the Officers detail ‘Lt DED Taylor 19 PS Batl Royal F (19th Public School Battalion Royal Fusiliers). The Tunic is clean with some areas of light mothing which is stable. It is approx UK size 38" Chest. This WW1 tunic to a named British Officer decorated for valour is worthy of further research. Price includes UK delivery. U 105
£875.00

A Collection of 6 Books All On German Army Uniforms & Insignia Of WW2. BO 1045 - BO 1045
A collection of 6 books on insignia badges of WW2. The first book, 'German Military Uniforms and Insignia 1967' by W.E. Inc. this book is fully illustrated with black and white plates and sketches. The second, 'Collectors Guide To The Military Badges, Medals and Decorations Of The Third Reich' book by S & R Ross, published in 1969. The third, 'Handbook On German Army Identification 1943' by the US Military Intelligence Training Centre. The fourth, 'German Army war Badges of World War Ii' book by Jamie Cross and Gordon Williamson published in 2002 and is a limited edition of 1,000. The fifth, 'German Identity Discs of World War Two' book by Michael & Ian Burrows, published in 1995. The sixth, 'A Collectors Guide To The History and Uniforms Of Das Heer, The German Army 1933-45' book by Chris Ellis. All of these books are out of print now and becoming difficult to find. The price includes UK delivery. BO 1045
£135.00

Original, Vietnam War Era 1966-1967 U.S. Army Issue Uniform Shirt With Sgt’s Insignia ‘Theatre Embroidered 'Cam Ranhbay' (Air Base) With Mottos, Colourful Map Of Vietnam & U.S.A.A.F Pilot’s Type C-1 Survival Vest By Breslee Mfg Co & Accessories. Sn 11271 - 11271
During the Vietnam War it was common practise for American Soldiers to decorate their uniform & equipment with mottos and imagery. This original Vietnam War Era U.S. Army Issue Uniform Shirt has metal Sgt’s Insignia at the collar and contemporaneously ‘Theatre Embroidered ‘Cam Ranhbay' (Cam Ranh Air Base is located on Cam Ranh Bay in the province of Khanh Hoa, Vietnam. It was one of several South Vietnamese Air Force (VNAF) air bases built and used by the United States Air Force during the Vietnam War). Also 'Fighter By Day Lover By Night Drunkard By Choice Ready To Fight’, Dated 66 & 67 (1966 & 1967) With a colourful map of Vietnam Territories ‘Hanoi, Laos Camboi, Saigon’ together with neighbouring territories and possibly battle engagements. All material of the shirt is clean and intact and it has all of its original green plastic buttons. The shirt is approx. UK size 40” Chest. The olive green nylon Pilot’s escape/ survival vest is without rear mesh panels. All stitching and material are intact. The vest has an excellent manufacturer’s label ‘ Vest Emergency Sustenance Type C-1 Specification No. 3205 Order No. W33-038AC6639’ Breslee Mfg Co Property Air Forces U.S. Army’. The inside of the Vest is also stamped with The Army Air Forces Winged Star roundel, The front of the vest also has the blue, red and white printed Army Air Forces badge. The vest has an integral open top pistol holster with retaining strap and press stud fastener. It has many pockets of various sizes all with press stud fasteners individually ink stamped with the survival equipment they are meant to contain. The pockets are empty apart from 2 which contain their original correct cork edged signalling mirror holed for lanyard and a glass bottle with metal screw top lid and label marked ‘Halazone Water Purification Tablets’ with instructions for use. The bottle appears unopened and contains a large quantity of small white tablets (we cannot guarantee the nature of the bottle contents and advise that they are for display only and not for use/consumption). Price for this interesting Vietnam USAAF set no doubt owned by a USAAF pilot stationed at Cam Ranh Air Base during the Vietnam War includes UK delivery. Sn 11271
£595.00

Inter War, British Loyal North Lancashire Regiment Colour Sergeant’s India/ Far East Service Tropical Tunic/ Shirt With Removable Bullion Embroidered Insignia. Sn 11269 - 11269
The Loyal Regiment (North Lancashire) (until 1921 known as The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment) was an infantry regiment of the line in the British Army from 1881 to 1970. Today, the Regiment's lineage is continued by the Duke of Lancaster's Regiment. During WW1 the Loyals joined the Tigris Corps in its operations to relieve the Anglo-Indian garrison besieged at Kut, fought against the Ottoman Forces and served in what is now Iraq. The Loyals were dispatched to serve during the Chanak Crisis. In the inter War years the Loyals served in China during the Warlord Era and the Chinese Civil War, protecting the legation in Peking and the international settlements at Tientsin, Canton, and most importantly Shanghai. Upon the commencement of WW2 hostilities in 1939 the Loyals fought in Europe. The 2nd Battalion, Loyal Regiment found themselves stationed in the Far East as part of Singapore Fortress's 1st Malaya Infantry Brigade. After the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor, the 2nd Loyals fought in Malaya as part of the delaying action during the Battle of Malaya. This is an excellent original inter war Loyal North Lancs Regiment Colour Sgt’s single breasted India/ Far East Service Tropical Tunic/ Shirt with ‘stand’ collar. All material and stitching are clean and intact. It has all of its King’s Crown Regimental brass buttons. The right sleeve is mounted with removable King’s Crown bullion embroidery Colour Sgt’s Arm Badge and the lower left cuff with removable King’s Crown embroidery crossed rifles (both insignia are mounted with metal hooks which attach to stitched loops on the sleeves). It has 2 open top pockets to the front. The tunic/ shirt is approx chest size 36”. Price includes UK delivery. Sn 11269
£350.00
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