A very rare photo print of Edward Prince Of Wales signed by him in bottom corner.The print is taken from a photo of him in Nova Scotia Canada in 1919. Edward VIII of course later abdicated the throne.In bottom right corner of mounting board is written in ink 'Cheerio Everybody' ! Frame has some wear and small chips to frame.To reverse is framers label 'HUGH A.BROWN, CHARING CROSS GALLERY, 482 SAUCHIEHALL ST GLASGOW'. A rare item
Beautiful embroidered work on a silk base named to 2819269 L/CPL E BAKER 1st Battalion 72nd Seaforth Highlanders .Photograph of the soldier is in centre of embroidered work.He was part of the Shanghai Defence Force 1938-39. Various national flags are also embroidered.In black frame with glass. 20 x 16 inches
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WW2 produced and used to practice coordinating the firing of members of a section to a specific targets.Very rare as few of these remain.Printed by J.Weiner Ltd London.From a War Office design and Crown Copyrighted.These details are to bottom left corner,printed on bottom right corner is 'Middle East Fig 3'. Foldlines throughout and some tears.Very rare.
This book is a unique personal account of the war on the Russian Front, written using the diaries and photos of Erich Hager who served in the 39th Panzer Regiment, 17th Panzer Division throughout the war in Russia. Hager rose to the rank of Unteroffizier and served as the company commander's tank radio operator. During this time he kept diaries in which he recorded the events he went through every day at the front. His diaries have been translated and are presented with additional notes. Hager also took many personal photographs of comrades, and vehicles - many are included here. The book also includes a chapter on the 17th Panzer Division. Despite taking part in many in many battles on the Russian Front, including the attempted relief effort at Stalingrad, little information on the 17th Panzer Division has been published. Hager's material provides a tremendous insight into the war on the Russian Front from a front line soldier's perspective.
The Treasure Bunkers first book "The War Diaries of a Panzer Soldier" A Schiffer publication by Treasure Bunker owner Kenneth Andrew and David Garden. Erich Hager was Kenny's Uncle and served with the 17th Panzer Division on the Russian Front 1941-1945. If you would like a signed copy by Kenny at no extra charge please send an email or phone before ordering the book.
Mid Victorian era print by Charles Furne of Paris. With original black wooden framing and glass with original backing and hanging rope. He was one of Napoleon's most loyal Marshal's and Napoleon made him the Duke of Taranto. Marshal Etienne MacDonald's grandfather had fought at Culloden and afterwards fled to France. His family were Jacobite's and his father was a close friend of Flora MacDonald the Jacobite Heroine.
Some light staining to print. 11 inches x 8 inches .COLLECTION ONLY DUE TO GLASS FRAME.
By Adrian FormanAfter several years of intense research by Adrian Forman, Volume 1 of his "document price guide" is now available to compliment his popular 2nd Edition of "Forman's Guide to Third Rech German Awards...and Their Values." This heavily illustrated book not only shows certificates/documents for every award illustrated in the 2nd Edition, but also numerous variations and their current values. The many variants will show comparisons of official stamps and printing styles, and original or facsimile signatures in relation to date, plus, the many types of design and size. An absolute "must have" if your interest is Third Reich decorations!
Uniform prints by Richard Simkin.Excellent quality art paper showing the famous prints by Simkin.Dust cover has some small tears.12 prints. Ariel Press London 1970.16 inches x 12 inches. The prints not shown are Royal Scots Fusiliers, Kings Own Scottish Borderers , The Cameronians , Highland Light Infantry.
Multi part published weekly by Marshall Cavendish.Bound volume fully completed in excellent condition.450 pages