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Excellent example of a WW2 made M1936 pistol belt. Tan webbing with cast metal buckle and multiple eyelets to attach equipment. Press stud at front to accept a pistol magazine pouch. Marked US on the front and unclear date and maker mark. Measures to a size 43 waist (max). Original colour shade, not faded. . Grade 9 .
Very good example of a WW2 made M1936 pistol belt. Tan webbing with cast metal buckle and multiple eyelets to attach equipment. Press stud at front to accept a pistol magazine pouch. Marked US on the front and dated NASCO 1942 on inner surface, Measures to a size 42 waist (max). Original coolur shade, not faded. A few minor stains and worn OD painted finish to the sliding keepers. Grade 8 .
Very good, used example of a WW2 made M1936 pistol belt. Tan webbing with brass male buckle and cast metal female buckle and multiple eyelets to attach equipment. Press stud at front to accept a pistol magazine pouch. Marked US on the front and dated 1943 . Measures to a size 42 waist (max). Original colour shade, slightly faded. A few minor stains and worn black painted finish to the sliding keepers. Grade 8 .
An unusual and impressive 16th- 17th century style cast cannon barrel mounted on a small naval style carriage. The barrel measures about 100 cms with a solid "bore" of 3.5cms and weighs about 40 lbs / 25 kgs. The barrel is cast on a bronze coloured metal around a steel central core. The carriage weighs in at about the same. Although I am not too sure when this was made, it isn't a modern reproduction. Anyway it looks good as a display piece. The carriage is of relatively modern construction and is nicely weathered. Wheels do not rotate. Due to the weight of this item it is available only for sale on the mainland UK and will be sent in two packages.
An Excellent example of a British WW2 made 2nd Pattern Commando knife. With almost all of it's original blued finish and having little sign of wear. Blackened brass hilt with finely chequered grip. Oval steel guard stamped B2. 6 3/4 inch double edged blade. In it's original leather scabbard of mequal quality and condition. Brown leather with sew on side tabs and original brown elastic hilt retainer. Blued brass tip with squre cut end. Overall an excellent example. Grade 9+
Good, clean example of a WW2 3rd pattern commando knife. Cast hilt with ribbed surface and in a copper coloured finish. Pommel marked with a cast number 2. Oval guard marked 42 /l. This is not a date, simply a maker and acdeptance mark. 6 3/4 inch blade with some blued finish near the hilt and sharpening marks along both edges. NO SCABBARD
Excellent example of a larg size military issue Kukri. Wooden hilt with steel pommel cap and 2 brass rivets. 13 inch curved blade with typical cut out design at the hilt end and stamped PIONEER CALCUTTA 1943. Blade has the expected rough finish and a notch cut into the edge about half way along. In it's brown leather covered wooden scabbard with ridge across the top front to fit into a belt. Scabbard is stamped GOC 19441 and C /l 840. Overall an impressive example of a fighting . grade 8+weapon
Excellent example of a British WW1 WEBLEY FLARE PISTOL. DATED 1917. Brass frame with steel release catch and5 1/2 inch hinged brass barrel. Steel single action hammer. Curved wooden rips. Marked on the frame WEBLEY & SCOTT LTD LONDON & BIRMINGHAM with various ordnance marks and with /l 17.. Winged bullet ans W&S trade mark. Opens to reveal deactivation process being a steel bar across the chamber. and a well cut slot underneath. Expertly and nicely done. Birmingham Proof House Deactivation certificate dated April 2016. This item does not come under the coverage of the current EU specifications. Supplied with it's original brown leather holster with rear belt loop and extra long shoulder strap with steel buckle. Soft oiled surface, no visible markings. Generally Grade 9. No licence required, UK sales only NOT available for export.
Scarce example of a WW2 British issue Duffel coat. As worn by the Roayal Navy and also by the Long range Desert group. Very warm for the North Atlantic and the desert at night !!. Light beige wool with integral hood. Wooden toggle and hessian cord fastener loops down the front. Hood as internal adjustment straps. Buttoned tabs at the cuffs and two karge pockets at the lower front. Original label sewn inside the lower front. This is worn and faded but you can see DUFFEL COAT SIZE 3 nad a date which appears to be 1943. Definitely Ww2. Generally grade 9
Khaki wool great coat. Other Ranks issue. No label but certainly of WW2 origin. Brass general Service buttons. Double breasted front, half belt at the rear. Internal khaki cloth sections. Buttoned pleat at lower rear. Approx 38 -40 chest ( without BD being worn). Minor surface moth nips, No holes. Grade 8+++
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