1800-20 era with maker stamps for 'Jaques London' featuring drop down folding trigger and screw off barrel with walnut grip.
You must be over 18 to buy any type of gun. Sorry guns can not be posted outside of the UK.
private purchase regimental kilt of the Seaforth Highlanders.Complete with all metal buttons which are maker marked Dugald Maclachlan Oban. Correct course material which is in very good condition despite it's age with no mothing which is usually found on these type of kilts.
1850-90 Era Percussion pocket pistol .Wallnut handle. You must be over 18 to buy any type of gun. Sorry guns can not be posted outside of the UK.
Death Plaque named to Andrew Johnstone. Very nice brass photo frame trench art decorated with 'Somme' and 'Ancre' to top corners with crown in centre.To bottom 'France' with flowers engraved on both sides.Photograph has the soldier in full uniform,however it is very difficult to determine his regiment as his belt buckle and Plaid brooch are quite small and it is hard to make out the images.
Excellent mid to late Victorian British Officer's large glass for map and document reading. Large glass with metal surround collar and detachable screw thread and ebonised mahogany handle.There is a small chip to glass just above the screw thread area of handle.Rare item from the period of the British Empire's Colonial Wars.
Made for the 1924 exhibition.In canton is the Union Flag with the New Zealand cross quartered and surmounting the star of India,with Coat Of Arms of South Africa,Australia and Canada.Some slight age staining otherwise excellent condition.
WW1 Commemorative Glazed bust approx 3 inches tall.City Of Canterbury crest to front and Kitchener details to reverse.Base stamped 'GRATTON CHINA B.A.J. & SONS ENGLAND' and 'MADE FOR S.A. GRINDER ST GEORGES ST CANTERBURY.'
Comprises envelope with Calcutta address,Three portrait studio photographs,one group photograph of five soldiers in uniform.Postcard of British tank,Postcard of Marburg Germany with writing to reverse,Heildelberg postcard with writing,Merry Christmas Greetings card with group photo of soldiers presumably India.One photo of two Officers from Highland regiment wearing Cutaway tunics