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.
A East India Company Officer's Pistol of the Napoleonic period that is
dated 1813 on the Lockplate.The Lockplate is engraved with the East
India Company Lion Rampant arsenal mark and a crown over a '2' inspector
Regulation military brass furniture with steel captive swivel
ramrod.Wood has split at front of barrel and is missing one inch of wood
furniture to front including barrel tang.Heavy pitting and wear to
barrel.Lockplate ,flintlock mechanism and hammer quite worn and hammer
does not cock and lock.Top jaw and Top Jaw screw missing.Trigger
inoperable.Barrel has become loose from furniture and held in place with
forescrew behind hammer.Wood has dents and nicks throughout.Brass
buttplate in good condition.
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Approximately 1840s-50s this helmet was worn by Egyptian Cuirassier regiments who were bodyguards to the Khedive of Egypt Muhammed Ali Pasha.He was Khedive or Viceroy/Governor of Egypt and Sudan, a vassal of the Ottoman Empire.
These helmets were made in France and also by Henry Wilkinson of London.The Cuirassier Uniforms of the Khedives regiments followed European military styles of the time particularly France.There is much rust throughout the surface and interior of helmet but this could be cleaned up and removed and improve the appearance.
Crown is missing its dome and half moon spike and there is no chainmail aventail present to rear.Interior liner is also absent.Left side of chinstrap chainmail is present however the right side is missing a part of its attachment.Interior rear neck guard has the aventail chainmail attachment hooks present. Brass helmet centre band and round brass side discs in reasonable condition.There are three dents to the upper crown at front,side and rear.
The front arrow shaped visor guard is rusted but intact.To front right side of helmet crown is white paint that appears to be an accidental occurence at some time.
An unusual and rare helmet.
Edwardian pre WWI era HLI doublet in nice condition.Collar,Shoulder insignia and HLI buttons all present .Rear of collar shows wear with some of the lining and bullion tresse coming away.Rear of tunic in good condition with all buttons and tresse intact .Small stitched repair to rear above white braiding.The buttons to cuffs on left sleeve have been repaired with stitching.Interior lining all in good order and stitching intact.Number 42 and faint label to collar.Name of 'Green' in ink to inside right lining.
Included are correct McKenzie tartan trews these are modern but complement the tunic.
Very rare periscope made for enabling the firing of a machine gun from the safety of a trench.Developed from the earlier Type 30.Brass made with cross hair sights.Maker stamped 'Periscope 31 A.Kershaw & Son Ltd Leeds 1918 No 221.War Department stamp is present.
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.'
Front profile of George IV and the words 'Ascended The British Throne Jan 29 1820 In The 58 Year Of His Age' .Reverse inscribed with 'Scotland Hails With Joy The Visit Of Her Sovereign August 1822' and crest off St Andrew.Front edge has several dents to top and bottom
G/21436 PTE S.G. COLE ,10th Batallion ,Queen's Royal West Surrey Regiment .KIA in Flanders 26th March 1918.Formerly 2477 with the West Kent Yeomanry. He won the Military Medal with this regiment.With photocopied paperwork.
Commemorative medal issued in 1915 and commemorating 110th anniversary of The Battle Of Trafalgar and 100th anniversary of Battle Of Waterloo.Inscribed with 'Duty 1915 Honour' and bordered with the WW1 allied nations.Made from copper from Nelsons flagship HMS Victory
White metal badge with maker stamp 'LAMBOURNE & CO' .The Territorial Force Imperial Service Badge was a short-lived decoration of the UK awarded to those members of the Territorial Force who were prepared to serve outside the United Kingdom in defence of the Empire in the event of national emergency. The conditions of enlistment for the TF laid down at their creation in 1908 did not allow for soldiers to be sent for service overseas against their will as the TF was intended for home defence. However, any man could volunteer for the Imperial Service Section and serve abroad in times of war, which entitled him to wear this badge