Used in Tanks and Armoured Vehicles.Rare lend lease example for delivery to the Soviet Union.Has Russian cyrillic script lettering to front panels alongside English. Training Notes Manual stamped to the 1st Training Regiment Royal Signals included.All controls and switches move.Dated 1942 and 'Zenith Radio Corporation' plate to front with serial numbers.
Very nice die struck nickel silver maker marked Hitler Youth Belt Buckle by Overhoff & Cie / F. W. Assmann & Söhne.Assmann constructed the buckle and Overhoff marked it. The reverse maker marked "A Ges. Gesch. A & S” and "Overhoff & Cie”. The plated steel prongs have oxidized.Belt is size stamped and owners name 'Peter Nehrling' written on inside.Belt heavily worn to exterior but could be polished.
Wood and cardboard construction case with simulated black grained leather covering. The top of the case has impressed outline of an Iron Cross. Both hinge and closure button still function. The interior of the top lid is lined in white satin while the bottom has a flock lining with recess to secure the badge.Beneath flock lining is maker stamp 'D&B' and manufacturer number code. Some wear to the left side of the lid.
Zinc alloy Souvenir money box commemorating the coronation of Queen Elizabeth in 1953. There is some wear to the red paint and rubbing to the gold.The base is stamped with MADE IN ENGLAND and each side of the base has inscriptions ''ELIZABETH, JUNE 2, CORONATION, 1953''. This is a very nice piece of British Royal history.