1411Unidentified shovel WWI era ,most likely British, and decorated with the flags of the Allied nations to head and with a gilt border around edge of shovel head.There is a motif decoration to wooden handle.There are no other markings or stamps.The Allied flags are Belgium,France,Great Britain,Russian Navy Flag,Japanese Navy Flag.
A miniature suit of Japanese Samurai armour which measures approximately 15 inches in height and 14 inches in width. It is made from metal and held together with lace. The helmet is also metal with brass fittings and features what appears to be small spikes covering the crown of the helmet, these appear to be made from clay and some have snapped off, complete with modern wooden stand. Brought back by a British officer who served in Japan where he was stationed in 1946 as part of the British Occupation Force.
Tunic with Good Conduct Medal and ribbon bar with Rifle Expert badge. Additional 9/11 badge. White belt with a U.S. Army Enlisted Mans Visor Cap Badge to centre.
1940's Helmet with ''103 PCT 14 ''stamp for Police Precinct based in Queen's New York. Maker stamp label to centre of helmet for ''B.F. McDONALD CO, LOS ANGELES '' Owner's name in pencil ''Lt M. E. NEILLY'' . Original white paint throughout helmet has yellowed with green Police Dept shield badge to front with PD in white letters to centre . Liner and chinstrap complete. Liner shows cracking and wear to brown leather
German made M38 Luftschutz helmet issued to the Bulgarian Army Anti-Air and Chemical Defence( Protivovazdushna i himimicheska Zashtita) .Number 3 painted to front.Nearly all green paint remaining.Liner and chinstrap present. Paper number stamp to interior and size maker stamp to inside rear of neck guard.
Very large banner flag, made in the VEB Bandtex factory in East Berlin. Polyester material .Three sections multi stitched with central stitched National shield logo. 79 inches x 46 inches
With black gloss paint on outside. Inside helmet skirt shows rusting at edges. With complete liner and chinstrap. With size stamp to liner 59/61 . Number stamp to helmet shell rear. Front of helmet has a painted unidentified decal.
Spanish Modelo Z M42 Army Combat Helmet from the 1950-1970's era. Complete with original liner. Number marking to helmet interior liner. M42/79 Liner system is complete and in good condition. Canvas green chinstrap complete. Very high amount of original green paint remains with some rusting spread over helmet shell
These Brodie MKII Clones were produced between 1949-1952 for the Belgian Armed Forces. Liner of brown leather and stamped to base ''ABL XB 1952'' . Nearly all original green paint remains. Painted Belgium flag to side of helmet.
The Order was established on 20 February 1868 by Vittorio Emanuele II, first king of unified Italy to commemorate unification (though it was only in 1870 that the Papal States and Rome joined the union). It was intended to reward outstanding service to Italy and was open equally to Italian and non-Italian citizens. It became obsolete with the dissolution of the Italian monarchy at the end of World War II and has not been issued since.
Given to mother's or female relatives of soldiers or nurses who had left Australia to serve during WWI. The service number of the soldier or service person is on the back. The additional bar hanging below is for an additional soldier or nurse. The right hand side of bar is secured with a safety pin.