Matching Numbers Kreigsmarine K98 Bayonet,Carl Eickhorn.
Nice scarce bayonet being not only matching numbers but also a navy marked example with the added bonus of being made by the firm Eickhorn. Its in untouched condition with the blade having over 95% of its factory finish, no sharpening and nice point. The handles are free from damage just a slight stain to one side. Pommel, crossguard and flashguard are in nice condition with top fixin... read more
Unissued Early British Denim Battle Dress Uniform, 1940 and 41 Dated.
Early P37 jacket with pleated pockets, all buttons present and the inside label is fully complete with all details and a nice early 1940 date. The trousers again have all the dished brass buttons and a very clear complete label and again a nice early 1941 date. Going by the condition of jacket and trousers id say the set has never been issued and have been together for quite some time. read more
Glamorgan Civil Defence Ambulance Driver Battle Dress.
A wartime example with all insignia hand stitched except for the CD breast badge being machine stitched to the pocket. The material is very nice but for one hole, say the size of a 50p coin to the back. Fasterns have been privately added to the bottom for a more comfortable fit.The inside label has no date but the ARP code 57 makes this a period WW2 example. read more
British Naval Grouping, H.M.Torpedo Boat No4.
Small group of paper work to a naval veteran called James Jones Quail who was born in Leamington in 1880. From his naval certificate he started service in 1896 as a boy and ended his career serving on board Torpedo boat number 4. Found amongst these house clearance items is a large period photo of boat number 4 dated 1907, its suffered from water damage i belive but could still be cut ... read more