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Made by hawker Siddeley the missile was steel bodied & 10.6 metres long. It is lacking side buckles and top elastic and has a sheepskin liner. The handle is stamped Robbins Dudley although hard to read. (See page 26 of British & Commonwealth Military Knifes by Ron Flook for this type of Knife) Price includes UK delivery. It has a "Betriebsschutz" arm badge (Operational Protection Police), a 3 medal bar, a gold Kampfsport chest medal and all its buttons. The matching cap has a white top, gold and enamel cap badge, cockade, green and silver strap. Original War Office Infantry Training Volume 1, Infantry Platoon Weapons Pamphlet No.9 part II on the 3.5inch Rocket Launcher dated 1953. Hamilton, published in 1901 by Longmans, Green and Co. Hart VD, published by the Midland Counties Herald Ltd. It consists of 389 pages, 3 colour plates, extracts from the Army List, Return of Officers, list of those serving in the Boer War together with casualties and several photographs. Being the history of the regiment, it contains all four coloured plates. The cover is edged with gold coloured stitching and small red silk tassles. The cover is clean and totally undamaged with all stitching intact.The fuze is complete with all its electronic componants and measures 40 H, 46 L, 33 W. The 2 throat mikes are bakelite and marked, "Mi-4b, Ln. This knife was originally intended to have a knuckle bow which at some time has been carefully removed and has NOT been snapped off or damaged etc. This is an experimental white cork police helmet introduced for Traffic Officers in lancashire Constabulary in the 1950's when they had to perform point duty and so be more visible. This pamphlet covers tactical handling, assembling, stripping, care and cleaning, sightsetting, aiming, firing postions, loading and unloading, firing and action on misfire, handling and zeroing. It consists of 632 pages, 15 colour plates illustrated by Richard Simkin, and numerous black and white photographs and illustrations. Blue cloth covers with yellow spine, the front with gold embossed regimental badges. It has a blue and red cloth covers, the front with gold embossed regimental device. Published by Parker Furnivall & Parker of London 1848. An original WW2, USAAF, Pilot's seat cushion/ Parachute pad is available separatley on this web site.All nicely framed An original 41cm x 30cm Commission document of 16.4.1912 to 2nd Lt. on 14.1.1915 from Field Marshall Sir John French and signed by Winston Churchill. The following are some general images of some of our stock. These range from Central India, Crimea, Boer War WW1 and WW2. This is an original and scarce wood box dated 12/42 which contained 10 x WW2 American M9A1 anti-tank rifle grenades for the M1 Garand rifle. These were the standard US A/T rifle grenade capable of penetrating 2 inches of armour.BO 2 A 25cm x 19cm letter on a crested Buckingham Palace letter, written and signed by King George the Fifth in 1918, welcoming home a P. Over the next few weeks we will list individual fuzes with prices. There are 33 individual Battle honours listed in 2 panels (a sample of which are illustrated). They were painted yellow until 1943 then olive drab, on the front it also says ' olive Drab Re-Painted'.Irish Horse, All brass Hants Yeo, Glamorgan Yeo, Gilt Bedford Yeo, OSD Deveon Yeo RFA. An original British HMSO Manual on Small Arms Training covering the Anti-Aircraft, dated 1937. Packed with information on construction, use and much more. It is fully illustrated throughout and also has pull out update. This book covers the 60-mm Mortars M2 and M19; 60-mm Mortars monut M5, 60-mm Mortar Baseplate M1; 81-mm Mortars M1 and M29; and 81-mm Mortar and monuts M4, M23A1 M23A2, and M23A3. The Cloth helmet and all press studs and straps of the helmet are in great condition and the helmet is clearly stamped above the left side ear cushion 'Army Air Forces' beneath a circular logo containing the 'Star with Eagle wings'. The cushion measures 14.5 x 13.5 x 2 inches, it is covered in olive coloured canvas which has no tears or damage.Selection of 100% guaranteed original British Army Cap Badges. We do NOT sell knowingly any restrikes or fakes, money back guarantee. An original British HMSO Manual on Small Arms Training covering the .300" Lewis Machine Gun in US calibre for Ground Action, Provisional, dated 1940. Packed with information on construction, use and much more. This book covers the maintenance, repair and inspection of the weapons. The receivers are fitted into the Harvard design ear cushions. The cushion is fitted with a small canvas loop in each of it's 4 corners and all stitching is nicely intact.
It has 79 colour illustrations and is in good condition. Manufacturers logo in the helmet which could be "NP" over a "V". ( 1782 ) A very nice Assistant Divisional Officers white Fire Helmet in padded and covered plastic to the Northern Ireland Fire Authority with a front transfer badge worn from 1950-75. The images consist of a large US Air Corps 'Star with Eagle wings' Insignia with a bird in flight alongside on the left.
A nice wooden single British Military Aircraft propellor, which is 4 feet long and painted brown at the tip. 47cm x 33cm framed photograph and 2 silk memorium bookmarks to the Whitfield family. A HMSO Small Arms Training pamphlet, Volume 1, Pamphlet No.
It has a lovely manufacturers coloured transfer on it of "The Integral Propellor Co. AE 5 A British Special Constabulary Long Service and Good Conduct Medal. There is a family photograph in the centre and on the left a memorial silk to 16695 Pte. KIA 25.9.1915 in France aged 19, of 24 Rock st, Openshaw, Manchester. Complete in its original Civil Service Army Priviledge envelope to his home address of 1 wallworth St, Radcliffe, Manchester. An official military sectioned instructional example of a Russian TM-62M anti-tank blast mine in great condition and complete with all its parts. 7 on the .303-inch Machine Gun, Part III Fire Control, dated 1942. It is in good condition and the price includes Uk postage.
87cm x 62 cm framed set of copy documents highlighting the activities of The Royal Scots in 1917. 117 of a limited edition of 1000 issued by the Regimental Museum. They are mainly British and combatant Nations from the 2 World Wars. This was one of the last Regimental 'painted' drums used by the 17th/21st lancers before the change to new Regimental colours.
It has a MID certificate for Major Hanney, Marshall Foch's order of the day, attack plans, a trench map and battle orders. Also an original Mention in Despatches certificate to him as a Lt. Although we can supply battlefield relics most of our fuzes are in perfect condition. it is an English Premier side drum in excellent un damaged condition which has been hand decorated to a very high standard with the Regimental badge and battle honours. The M9A1 grenade was a sheet steel hollow charge grenade with a base detonating fuse which weighed 1.31lb.