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.
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'
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 .
Issued by the government of the former country of South Vietnam in 1966 to members of American ,Australian and New Zealand forces engaged in military operations for six months or more.Issued with the 1960 bar with a dash after the year 1960 leaving blank space with the intention of entering the final date of when the military campaign was won.This was never realized as the South Vietnam Government fell and the war with the North was lost.
Fully working and lenses good. War Dept stamp.Dated 1940.Black paint worn away wear markings are. Stamped 'BINO PRISM No.2 MKII No 35123' and 'GRATICULES 1/2' APART ,A.KERSHAW & SONS LEEDS 1940'