1936 Landau Veteran's Day badge.
Die-struck, pinback tinny issued for ' kameradschaftstreffen Pfälzischer Soldaten Landau 2. Aug 1936 ' . Some light staining with minor corrosion to reverse. read more
Russian WW2 Medal for Battle Merit.
The Medal for Battle Merit was a Soviet military medal created on October 17, 1938 awarded for “courageous defense of the state borders“, “combat action resulting in a military success” or “successful military and political training and preparation“. Soviet style mounting, numbered to reverse and in good, used condition. read more
WW1 Austro-German-Ottoman Army Group “Böhm Ermolli” Cap Badge.
WW1 Austro-German-Ottoman Army Group “Böhm Ermolli” cap badge. Die-struck gilt and enamel with a vertical pinback; unmarked; measuring 30 mm (w) x 33 mm (h); in excellent, clean condition. read more
RAF O/R's Collarless Shirt.
Excellent, used example of the RAF collarless shirt for use by O/R's. Fully opening front. Single cuffs with collar area marked 22B/4?4 with an approx. collar size 16". Clean with no damage and some small marks. read more
Russian Front Buttonholes.
Russian Front award ribbons for wear on the lapel. 28mm, Russian Front ribbon attached to a button, 12mm.
Priced individually inc. of UK postage. read more
WW1 German, lightweight EKII. Patinated silver frame with core finish in excellent condition. No obvious maker marked to ring with short length of original ribbon. Excellent example. read more
WW1 K.O.Y.L.I. KD Shoulder Titles.
An original bundle of 8 x WW1 embroidered shoulder titles for the King's Own Yorkshire Light Infantry in khaki drill material with cotton sliders. With the original string and in ' straight from the stores ' condition, excellent. read more
Suffolk Regiment Victorian O/R's Pagri badge
Large ( 65mm ), Victorian, die struck brass Suffolk Regt. o/r's pagri badge for wear on the foreign service helmet. Stout pin to reverse and in good, clean condition. read more
1/8th Battalion Sherwood Foresters in the Great War.
1920 1st ed. ' The Sherwood Foresters in the Great War 1914-1919 - 1/8th Battalion ' by Capt.W.C.C.Weetman M.C. 323pgs, b/w photographs and fold-out maps with appendices, roll of honour etc. Embarking in France in 1915 their first real engagement was at Neuve Chapelle followed by action in the line at Kimmel, Ypres, Loos, Hill 70 with their last action in 1918 at Regnicourt. Excellent, clean c... read more