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A Court Dress Uniform.
Comprising a First Class Court Dress coatee in black cloth lavishly decorated with gold wire and sequin oak leaf embroidery to the front, back, tails, collar, and cuffs, all large size gilt buttons are present and feature the mounted post 1901 Royal Arms, these all by ‘Pitt, Maddox St., London’, with remnants of white silk lining; together with a First Class black beaver Bicorn hat, with treble gold bullion loop and wh...
Sold for £1,600
Two Civil Dress Bicorn Hats.
A First Class black beaver Bicorn hat, by Wilkinson & Son, London, with treble gold bullion loop and white ostrich feather border, maker’s name to inside; and a modern Civil Dress hat by Henry Poole & Co., London, with metal side decoration, both hats slightly split at top seam, otherwise good condition (2) £100-£140
Sold for £200
British Army Service Cavalry Sword.
A Great War period sword manufactured by Armfileds Ltd, Birmingham, the 34.5 ‘P. A. S. Holmes. M.G.C. January 5th 1918’, with leather covered metal scabbard, some light rust marks to blade, otherwise good condition £100-£140
Sold for £340
An E.II.R. Court Sword by Wilkinson, London.
The blade etched with crowned E.II.R. cypher and scrolling foliate panels, the turn down shell guard in gilt brass with studded decoration and similar to the hand grip, hand guard and pommel, complete with gold bullion sword knot and contained in its gilt brass bound leather scabbard with linen and chamoix waist belt but lacking frog, the leather scabbard damaged in parts, otherwise overall good condi...
Sold for £280
Boer War Prisoner of War Walking Stick.
A wooden walking stick carved with busts of Queen Victoria and President Kruger over inscription ‘Made by P.O.W. St Helena’, 94cm including metal tip, good condition for age £40-£60
Sold for £40
A Victorian Governor or Inspector of Military Prisons Blue Cloth Helmet.
The skull complete with all gilt metal fittings, the frontal plate bearing the Royal coat of arms, buff leather and red silk sweatband, with top inside red leather ‘sticker’ inscribed ‘Regulation Cork Helmet’, some very minor moth damage commensurate with age, otherwise good condition £240-£280
Sold for £400
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 4th Territorial Battalion NCOs Helmet Plate c.1908-14.
A silvered die stamped example featuring Guelphic crown, thistle sprays, a mullet, strung bugle horn, the Sphinx and Dragon and variable double scrolls, three loops to the rear, good condition £80-£120
Sold for £150
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Pipe Major’s Plaid Brooch c.1890-1908.
A fine quality Volunteers silvered example, silvered thistle foreground with applied standard pattern thistle wreath, mullet and strung bugle horn to the centre, silvered pin to the rear, good condition £120-£160
Sold for £180
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Volunteer Battalion NCOs Silvered Glengarry Badge c.1890.
Standard pattern, thistle wreath, mullet and strung bugle with entwinned VB to the centre lugs to the rear, good condition £60-£80
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) 2nd Volunteer Battalion Glengarry Badge c.1890.
Standard pattern, thistle wreath, mullet and strung bugle with 2 to the centre, lugs to the rear; another to the 3rd Volunteer Battalion with 3V at the top of the badge, lugs to the rear; and a 4th Volunteer Battalion NCOs standard pattern Glengarry badge with 4V at the top of the badge in bronze lugs to the rear, good condition (3) £120-£160
Sold for £360
The Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Kelvinside Academy Cadet Corps Glengarry Badge c.1920.
Standard pattern, thistle wreath, mullet and strung bugle horn to the centre with KA mounted at the top of the badge; together with a pair of Officers silvered collar badges, wires to the rear; and a Rifle Regiment black cord boss with a silvered bugle to the centre, good condition (4) £40-£60
Sold for £170
2nd King's Own Loyal Militia, HM Silver Shoulder Belt Items.
Two very fine period items, only the larger is marked for London 1808 by Charles Chesterman. Both fitted with broad studs for attachment through the shoulder belt, the chevron shaped ‘ti’' is engraved, ‘2nd. Kings Own Ll. Militia. The ‘buckle’ completely plain, the fixings clearly indicate that it was intended to be a fixed item. Possibly a larger third element in embroidery...
Miscellaneous Identity Discs.
A selection of identity discs, both official and unofficial, comprising: ‘O. Williamson 70234 R FFIY’, aluminium; ‘F. H. Shea 11262 R.F.C.’, aluminium; ‘A. J. Charlwood. Balkans “56515” 1916-17-18 95 Labour Corps’, aluminium; ‘Maj. H. J. Bennett. Oxf & Bucks. C.E.’ pressed card; ‘6099859 Ives A. CE’, (3) all pressed card, these last three with a miniature gold charm showing the Madonna and Ch...
Sold for £65
Air Training Corps Ephemera c.1940-50.
A selection of badges including a scarce Air Training Corps Instructors brassard arm badge, plastic cap and lapel badge, and various cloth and metal badges, mounted on 2 cards; together with a Royal Flying Corps silvered fruit bowl with the RFC badge embossed to the centre, generally good condition (31) £40-£60
Sold for £220
Imperial Japanese Collar Patches and Shoulder Boards.
A selection of Second World War era Army collar patches, 13 singles and 5 pairs, from Private to Colonel; 2 single Army civilian collar patches; 4 single and 1 pair of Navy shoulder boards; and 2 single and 4 pairs of collar patches, from Warrant Officer to Captain, all 5 pairs are unissued and still in their cellophane wrappers; together with miscellaneous cloth insignia; good conduct chevro...
Sold for £300
A German Second World War SS Division Viking Identity Disc.
A zinc two-piece splittable identity disc that has been ground dug but still has good clear detail for Division Viking 3./E.SS-G, with individual soldiers number 17195, reasonable condition £80-£120
Sold for £90
A German Second World War SS Training Unit Identity Disc.
An excellent condition two-piece splittable zinc identity disc for SS Ausbildungs Abteilung Konitz, who served in a training section from new Waffen SS recruits, often composed of ethnic Germans, with the individual soldiers number of 925, lettering comprises SS-AUSB.ABT.KONITZ, good condition £80-£120
Sold for £45
A German Second World War SS Panzer Division Nordland Identity Disc.
A two-piece splittable zinc identity disc for the 11th SS Free Volunteer Panzer Grenadier Division Nordland, lettering reads SS-PZ.GREN.RGT.NOR. this individual soldiers number of 750, good condition £80-£120
Sold for £140
A German Second World War SS Replacement Battalion Identity Disc.
A two-piece splittable zinc identity disc for 1st Company SS Replacement Battalion East, Battalion founded in March 41 in Breslau, marked 1.E.SS OST with the individual soldiers number of 444 Group B, reasonable condition £80-£120
Sold for £60
A German Second World War Waffen SS Signal Corps Identity Disc.
A two-piece splittable zinc identity disc to soldier number 868 of the Signals Truppe of the Waffen SS. Lettering reads SS-FUHRUNGS-NACHRICHTEN-RGT 500, good condition £70-£90
Sold for £50
A German Second World War Freikorps Mohnke Identity Disc.
A ground dug zinc two-piece splittable identity disc, very difficult to read the lettering but marked as Freikorps Mohnke, one of the last ditch units formed for the defence of Berlin. Monhke himself was one of the last people including close associates of Adolf Hitler to leave the Reichs Chancellery building. Monhmke himself surrendered, ID disc is numbered 29, fair con...
Sold for £70
A German Second World War Kriegsmarine Officers Overseas Cap.
A large size, possibly 58 Kriegsmarine officers overseas cap. Excellent quality Kriegsmarine blue cloth with gold waffenfarbe to the side scallop of the cap with its correct gold Bevo weave on blue eagle and matching officers Bevo weave cockade. No moth damage or staining, the interior with evidence of wear use, good condition £300-£400
Sold for £500
A German Second World War Coastal Artillery Officers Overseas Cap.
A scarce overseas cap being from the Kriegsmarine land based forces, constructed in the classic green of the Coastal Artillery uniforms in the heavy ribbed material, which is sometimes encountered in the manufacture of their tunics and breeches, but unusual in the manufacture of the overseas cap. Gold waffenfarbe to the side scallop. Gold Bevo weave on green eagle with the correc...
Sold for £700
A German Second World War General Staff or Veterinary Officers Overseas Cap.
A size 57 officers overseas cap with the waffenfarbe that related to either the General Staff or Veterinary Department of the Armed Forces. Light ribbed material, slightly oxidised waffenfarbe to the crown and the front scallop. The cap is fitted with its correct silver Bevo weave eagle on dark green background plus its wire woven cockade. Crimson inverted V. To the int...
Sold for £440
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