KM Destroyer Badge. S.H.u.C.o.
Zinc produced example with close to 65% of its gilt wash and finish to the destroyer. The rear has its period hardware including the top wire. Makers details to the rear are clear having some small amounts or verdigris that will clean up perfectly with a little rub with a toothbrush. I may add that the catch has been bent over slightly but pin can be moved freely, im leaving ''as is''. read more
WW2 French Artillery M26 Adrian Helmet.
In very nice used condition with close to 95% of its period factory green finish intact, some minor abrasions from use only, no dents etc. The front badge is a WW1 example thats been period used with a coat of hand painted green finish added. The inside liner system is complete with chinstrap. Liner is a bit hard and has 6 out of 8 of its liner clips present, leather is supple enough with the t... read more
Third Pattern B2 Marked Commando Dagger.
Purchased last week locally from a gent who found it in his dads garage, he stated the cleaning was done by him. As seen the hand drawn blade still has some surface pitting seen underneath the polished work. The cross guard has been cleaned but with luck we can see a sharp struck ''broad arrow'' before the letter ''B'' for a ''B2'' example. The handle is in nice condition with mold number ''2''... read more
1842 Afghanistan CABUL Medal.
May i start at stating im not a ''Medal guy'' so i will try my best with condition description. The medal in my opinion is good , has wear to the front and back design and some minor rim knocks. The top hanger is slightly loose so the medal does swivel as seen by the marks to the top rim. The side engraved naming has virtually gone, i have tried to make it out but with no luck so i am selling t... read more
Large British Photo Grouping. Stalag 18A, Niklansdorf, Austria.
Over 120 photos related to early camp life in Stalag 18A taken by a British POW. Photos show a range of activities including sports, pantos, concerts and daily life. Also found are a few large studio type photos of some POW's, mostly having a German studio stamp to the rear and some pencil annotation. A number of years ago i was lucky to purchase a large grouping to a local Welsh RAC member who... read more
Third Pattern Commando Dagger.
Blade has most of its dark finish intact with the factory grain still visible. At one point its been dropped and deforming just the very tip of the blade, easy fix folks. The cross guard has all its dark factory finish, handle has no dents or knocks with a clear mold number ''1'' to the top pommel area. Top button is untouched with its black finish intact. Nice example in need of some minor wor... read more