73 / I / 1944 With polychrome transfer heraldic crest and impressed “N, ” similar to the flag of Plymouth This British Royal Navy ammunition bucket is a must-have for any militaria collector. With a size of 14-1/2\” x 6\”, it is both practical and visually striking. The bucket is an original piece from the United Kingdom and is highly sought-after by collectors. It would make a fantastic addition to any militaria collection, especially for those interested in British Royal Navy history.
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WW2 Canadian British Tan Wool Whip Cord Breeches W34.
Straight from the estate of a well-known military antique collector which includes over 30 helmets and pickelhaubes from pre-WW1 and WW2 era that will be listed on my page in the near future (pictures available upon request). Anything mentioned herein is simply my uneducated opinion. The condition of this helmet is excellent, showing no signs of trauma or damage. The exterior leather is in great shape with no signs of crazing and minimal wear. The fur is still mostly intact but looks like some of it has fallen out over time which is to be expected from an item this age. The cloth liner shows light wear and some of the stitches have loosened, but it’s still in great condition. The leather chin strap shows some cracking from age but is still solid and fully intact. This particular helmet has quite the history behind it as it belonged to Royal Air Force Bristol fighter pilot squadron leader Alan Thomas Kingston Shipwright. A veteran of the Great War who was shot down behind enemy lines east of Ypres in August 1917, whilst serving with 19 squadron. Taken POW, Shipwright was a persistent escaper and one of the’Holzminden Tunnellers’ – taking part in the largest and most celebrated POW escape of the Great War, July 24/25 1918. His full history can be found by clicking on the following link. This does not appear to be a reproduction but its authenticity cannot be guaranteed. Stand seen in pictures not included.
Canadian Militia 1st British Columbia Regiment Officers Cap Badge.
WWII British Army Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Lieutenant’s Uniform Coat. Issued Condition as Photographed with some light wear as seen – Recent Estate Acquisition & Presented as Acquired, Very Rare (Photos 22 – 24 Reference Only). Check back often – we search estates and sources across the world to bring a fine selection of militaria. Please review all photos for details regarding the condition of the item listed – further condition information will be included in the listing as is relevant, if you need additional photographs or have questions regarding the condition please do not hesitate to ask. I describe all items to the best of my ability – please do not hesitate to ask any and all questions prior to the close of the listing. Mistakes very rarely occur – however if one does please rest assured that it will be corrected. International Buyers are Welcome!
British India Silver War Medal w double clasp (note: double clasp is RARE): “Mohmand 1933″ and “Northwest Frontier 1935″ with King George VI on obverse and. Of Jamrud in the Khyber Pass on reverse. The original hanging green ribbon is missing. Impressed along the margin of this service medal : 1 22 Sep. LAB SINGH, 3-2 Punjab R. (meaning Lab Singh was a sepoy in the 3rd Battalion of the Second Punjabi Regiment).
Here is a British Guards regimental pattern frock coat from the early 1900s-30s, but could possibly be older. It’s in rather good condition for it’s age albeit missing one small tassel on the back which is common sadly with these antique frocks. The size is a 32R I’d say judging by the measurements. This would make an excellent collection piece and one I’ll be sad to lose but I need to thin out my own at the moment.
For the action a ww1 – WW2 original British officer hat, used with holes, founded in north Greece Macedonia.
Offering a 19th or early 20th C British Royal Navy leather cordite artillery ammunition bucket with leather handle, incised on the leather base No57 IIII BH&G Ltd, 13″ plus handle x 6″ in diameter, handle is intact. Canvas lined, leather is in good vintage condition as seen in the pix, hand painted shield shows wear. To see our other listings, also offering another antique English artillery bucket under a separate listing. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as “gifts” – US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog.