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WW1 British No.35 Mk2 Rifle Grenade.WW1 British No.35 Mk2 Rifle Grenade. The No.35 was a percussion type grenade with a plain cast body, very similar to the No.24 but with a shortened base. Excellent, clean condition retaining much of it's original finish. Fully strippable.
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Code: 7828Price: 245.00 GBP
US 1939 Examination of the manufacture of .30 Tracer Ammunition.1939 Frankford Arsenal ' Description of Manufacture Cartridge, Tracer Cal..30M1 '. This through 136pg examination marked ' Restricted ' covers every aspect of manufacture from design to completed round with a large number of engineering drawings , diagrams and b/w photographs. In excellent, clean condition.
Code: 7827Price: 85.00 GBP
WW1 German Souvenired Binoculars. Standard pair of German Fernglas 08 binoculars by Schutz & Co in their original leather case manufacturer marked Emil Busch. What makes this item more interesting is the abel to the interior lid. Mounted in a way which partially covers but not obscures the printed instructions is a label indicating issue to various named individuals, the last being Uffz.Koenig. This in turn has been supplanted by a label indicating acquisition by a Driver S.Williams of an ASC Horse Transport Co in 1917.
Leather case in ' tired ' but stable condition missing it's side closure straps. Binoculars are in good cosmetic condition with clear optics but with both focusing rings apparently seized which may reward careful work. Evocative souvenir.
Code: 7826Price: 125.00 GBP
WW2 German Divisional Command Pennant.Introduced by order of April 1933 the triangular flag, divided into black, white and red stripes, was authorised for use by the commander of either an infantry or artillery division. Approx. 40cm x 27cm and constructed from four pieces of strong cotton with mounting rings sewn to corners the pennant was intended for use on vehicles. Excellent, clean condition.
Code: 7825Price: 120.00 GBP
WW1 British No.19 MkI Hand Grenade.Also known as the ' Trench Warfare Dept. Percussion Pattern, the No.19 MkI Hand Grenade was introduced in 1916 and was finally made obsolete in 1920. This example retains traces of it's original paint and is clearly manufacturer marked ' A ' to the body of the grenade .
Original wooden handle and original cloth tapes. An excellent example of a scarce grenade. Fully strippable.
NSKK Cap Eagle.Die stamped neusilber NSKK cap eagle. Small, often called 1st pattern eagle that appears on both the coffee can and visor caps. RZM marked to the reverse M1/63 for Steinhauer & Lück-Lüdenscheid with both attachment prongs intact, patinated overall, excellent condition.
Code: 7823Price: 48.00 GBP
2.36-Inch Anti-Tank Rocket M7A3 Bazooka Projectile.An original WW2 2.36-Inch Anti-Tank Rocket M7A3 Practice for use in the M9A1 Bazooka. Both launcher and projectile were updated models based on the experience of the use of the first models introduced in 1942 and were widely available from late 1943. This example retains approx. 75%+ of it's original paintwork with residual evidence of the original stencilling withsome inspection/manufacturer's markings. Partially strippable.
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WW2 Luftwaffe tropical shirt breast eagle.Luftwaffe tropical shirt, breast eagle. Clearly removed from a uniform with stitching very much apparent, and subsequently mounted in a scrapbook from which it was removed ( glue residue to reverse ) excellent, used example of a classic tropical item.
Code: 7821Price: 85.00 GBP
Souvenir China Tank Model.China model tank by Carlton China probably in the form of a pomander. Design featuring a MkI Female tank with rear steering wheels based on ' H.M.Landship Creme de Menthe '. The model also features the crest of the County of Orkney and the line ' The British Tank successfully used against the Germans Combles Sep.1916 '.Popular souvenir of the period in excellent, undamaged condition with some light rubbing of gilding.
Code: 7820Price: 55.00 GBP
WW1 Prussian Shako.A good, untouched example of a Prussian enlisted ranks shako. Sound leather body with crazing to the patent finish fitted with a chemically treated, zinc finish Prussian plate and topped with a Prussian field cockade. National and state cockades both present with paint loss to the Prussian example. Dry and potentially fragile strap present with ' zinced ' fittings. Interior lining entirely present and undamaged although missing it's drawstring. Manufacturer's stamp present but difficult to read with various other unit and date stamps to rear peak. Good example.
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