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Shiny white metal (chromed?) cap badge for the NYPD. State crest with Pioneer, native American, Eagle and windmill blades design. Screw back fitting. original item, period unknown. Grade 9
Antique European fighting axe. Early to Mid 19th Century. Possibly eastern european ( Polish, Hungarian etc ??) . 5.5 inch Steel head of Tomahawk style with pierced holes decorative pattern and copper band decoration. 22 inch wooden haft with matching bands and end cap. Wood is not damaged or split but the axe head is heavily pitted overall which is reflected in the price. GRADE 8 See photos
Commercially made example of a US M7 bayonet for the M16 rifle. Made in the 1980's in WEST GERMANY in SOLINGEN as a commercial version of the M7. Overall identical to the military issue with chequered plastic grips, muzzle catch on the pommel and large muzzle ring. 6.5 inch parkerised blade. I it's green plastic scabbard with integral OD webbing belt frog fitted with hilt retainer straps and standard US wire belt hook. This bayonet has lain in a shed for over 12 years and the guard and scabbard mounts have a coating of red rust ( not pitted!). Grade 8
Grey rubber face mask, 2 round perspex eye pieces and elasticated canvas head harness. Round, screw on filter at the lower front. These are not perished but are dirty and the eyepieces are clouded and crinkled. Offered purely as display items. Grade 7 PHOTO TO FOLLOW
RARE & ORIGINAL example of a Small compass with brass case and glass top. Chemically blackened finish with minor wear. Inside with 4 pointed star shaped pointer with white and red dot markings. Measures 15 mm diametre and 5 mm deep. Working order. This is an ORIGINAL compass. These were issued to RAF aircrew to be carried in escape kits or sewn into uniforms etc. These were also issued to SOE operatives. There are NO markings on this but bear in mind that if captured by the enemy it had no British markings or lettering to denote it's origin. Grade 9 condition
Very good example of a WW1 period hunting knife, of Deer Foot style Made from a deer's foot with polished toes and minimal wear to the fur. Nickle ferrule and a 3 inch single edged folding blade Overall in very good clean NO markings but typical German manufacture. of the early 20th Century and NOT a tourist example as found today.CONDITION: 8++
RARE example of a HOUSE HOLD CAVALRY OFFICER'S SWORD KNOT - EARLY 20th Century, possibly VICTORIAN??. Thin, soft white buck skin leather with rolled and Gold Bullion wire & red cotton embroidered knot at the end. 20 inches long. Very Good condition, small amount of loosened wire damage to the mid section of the knot. See photos.
Original British Military issue item, dating from the 1920's or even earlier ? Grade 8++
HOUSE HOLD CAVALRY TROOPERS SWORD KNOT dating from the MID 20th Century. Thick white buck skin leather with rolled and sewn knot at the end. 16 inches long. Excellent condition, no damage and has NOT been whitened, leaving the original leather surface clean. Grade 9
Original British Military issue item, dating from the 1960's or even earlier ?
Excellent German , SMALL, hunting knife with Stag horn handle and a 2.5 inch, single edged blade. 5 3/4 inches overall length. Nickle ferrule and flat pommel cap In it's black leather scabbard with matching nickle mounts. Initials PG stamped on the leather. Blade deeply stamped SOLINGEN.. Excellent quality and nice and clean although there are a few dark patches on the blade. Although this is typical German hunting style of the pre WW1 period, it does resemble a Scottish Skean Dhu knife and is small enough to be worn in the top of a sock !. Grade 9
Original Ww1 or WW2 pistol lanyard. Will fit the .455 or .38 Webley / Enfield revolvers. Plaited khaki cotton with plaited keepers, one of which is adjustable. Excellent, grade 9++
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