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Territorial Force Nursing Service Cape Badge.
Silver TFNS Cape badge by Gaunt, London. Instituted in 1907 and used until 1921 when the service was renamed the TANS. Worn on the right breast of the ward dress for commissioned nurses. Good overall condition with original ribbon and mount.

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WWII Canadian No.36M Mk I Hand Grenade.
A Canadian, WWII, No.36M MkI Hand Grenade. Features approx. 85%+ of the original brown lacquer and filling rings with manufacturer marking ' C ' to body, and ' CHATCO ' to lever. Marks indicate manufacture by Chatham Co., Chatham, Ontario. Dated base plug 1943. All parts present and fully strippable.
AVAILABLE within UK only

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RAF Officers' 'Economy Patt.' Cap Badge
RAF Officers' 'Economy Patt.' Cap Badge by JRL Ltd. B'ham ( Jarrett, Rainsford & Laughton, Birmingham ). Scarce black plastic version of the standard officer rank sidecap badge ( 21,000 manufactured ). King's crown, eagle and backplate are all in black plastic ( cellulose acetate ) with brass blades to the rear of the crown and eagle and manufacturer's details to backing plate. Excellent condition

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WW2 BDM District Sleeve Triangle.
District sleeve triangle for West Ruhr-Niederrhein for wear on the BDM uniform. Introduced for wear in 1934 the district triangle was essentially the same design of that used by the HJ but embroidered in white thread instead of yellow. This example machine woven in rayon and in good, used condition showing clear signs of having been removed from a uniform.

Code: 7745Price: 68.00 GBP

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British WW2 2" HE Mortar Round.
1941 dated, British 2" HE Mortar round. Fitted with a 1940 dated No.151 Mk.I fuze and retaining 85% of it's original lacquer and markings. Manufacturer's markings to body and tail and fuze. Strippable.
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Type D Survival Knife.
1988 British Type D Survival Knife manufactured by J.R.Hopkinson Ltd with date, manufacturer and codes 127-8214 marked to phosphate blade. Contained in issue, leather scabbard dated 1986 and coded 127-8215. Both items in excellent condition with blade showing signs of sharpening and light use.

Code: 7743Price: 65.00 GBP

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WW1 British Derby Scheme Armband.
The Derby Scheme was a scheme proposed by Lord Derby as an attempt to increase recruitment and avoid the need for conscription by allowing men to voluntarily attest for service at a later date. Men attested under the scheme would be paid 1 days wages, placed in the Class B army reserve and released to civilian life until needed by the military. To identify those men who had attested to served at a later date a khaki armband was authorised, the Scheme only ran during 1915. Khaki wool band with the red felt l crown, and army council stamping to the waxed linen interior. In good, issued condition with a hole under the crown apparently to affix a symbol of some kind. A couple of minor moth pricks to body, otherwise good overall condition.

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WW2 15th Infantry Regt. Reserve Shoulder Boards.
A matching pair of WW2 German 15th Infantry Regt. shoulder boards for an officer of the Reserve. White underlay on grey indicating Infantry Reserve, with bright gilt numerals. Boards of the sew-in type with signs of use and a smattering of moth to the reverse.

Code: 7741Price: 38.00 GBP

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Imperial Hanseatic Cross - Hamburg.
Red-enamelled silver cross pattée featuring the arms of Hamburg to the obverse. The Hanseatenkreuz was a decoration of the three Hanseatic city-states of Bremen, Hamburg and Lübeck, who were members of the German Empire during World War I, each state featuring their own design to a similar cross. The cross was awarded for merit in war, and could be awarded to civilians as well as military personnel. When awarded for bravery or combat merit, it was the three cities' equivalent of the Prussian Iron Cross. In good, clean condition with undamaged enamel.

Code: 7740Price: 65.00 GBP

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WW1 British Overseas Service Stripes.
A group of five blue chevrons, on khaki wool backing.
Excellent, probably un-worn chevrons, in bright clean condition with one moth graze to the reverse.

Code: 7739Price: 20.00 GBP

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