Comprises tunic.cap,shirt,tie and Sam Browne belt and cross strap.No labels to tunic,shirt or cap. Silk lining to tunic.Officer quality badge insignia to collars and cap.Green tropical shirt and tie both excellent condition.Shoulder boards are minus metal R.A.O.C. insignia,Officer crowns present.All brass buttons present are R.A.O.C. with waist button beneath belt having 'ROYAL ARMY ORDNANCE CORP' along edge of button.All buttons are maker stamped.Cap minus interior maker label otherwise in excellent condition with owners initials ' DHK ' stamped to sweatband.Sam Browne leather good with no cracking.
Blue grey wool construction double breasted greatcoat with six double row front closure pebbled buttons.Faint markings to inside label.Golden yellow wool construction collar tabs with NCO tress machine stitched and silver washed rank 'gulls'.Size approx '38'' chest.
Five pouch bandolier of brown leather with brass fittings and closure studs.Cartridge pouches in good condition with no cracking to leather.There is a visible but illegible maker mark stamped along with date 1917.Rare WW1 item.
Plaque commemorating the Orientation trip by Motor Group Westmark on 27-28 August 1938 to the Taunus mountain region in Hesse .
One of the smaller enamel shields is missing in bottom right corner.Maker stamped to back 'ADAM DONNER, ELBERFELD'
French 75mm shells with hammered Allied flags and details. One shell is stamped USA for where the brass is made but French markings for a 75mm artillery shell.It features the British flag with US and French either side and AMIENS above with Victory 1918 below.
The other shell is again French 75mm artillery with similar flags and the word 'BOVES' to top and 'PEACE JUNE 1919' to bottom.
Medals to 2970 PTE . J. SLAVEN ,A&S.H. Also portrait and frame of him in uniform.Portrait and frame of his wife and portrait and frame of his brother. Paybook and identity certificate.There is also a certificate of transfer to reserve on Demobilization to a Alex Forrest of the Royal Scots Fusiliers.This was found in the Paybook.
Excellent condition helmet of the German Federal Border Guard Police from the 1950's. Liner and chin complete and near mint condition.Liner stamped '57-61'. Shell is size stamped '66' and maker stamp LS for 'LINNEMANN & SCHNETZER, AHLEN '. Rare to find this helmet in this condition.
Tan coloured cotton twill pullover shirt with four button front closure.Buttons are brown bakelite with convex surface and four split panel design.Collar is removable and attached with bakelite buttons.
Leather with brass and copper fittings flask made by 'G & J.W. HAWKSLEY,SHEFFIELD' .Has hunting scene of men on horses with one blowing horn.Maker is stamped below. Approximately 1830's to 1860's .