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Royal Artillery QVC Victorian Officers No 1 Full Dress Dress Pouch Belt and Pouch

Royal Artillery QVC Victorian Officers No 1 Full Dress Dress Pouch Belt and Pouch

Belt maker marked Hobson & Sons (London) Ltd. Embroidery to front panel of pouch in good condition. The gold lace braid is lifting in places from the edges of the pouch and needs to be either re stitched or left 'as is'. Slight lifting also on the gold lace braid on the edges of belt and some rippling but generally in good condition. The main damage is to the back top edge of the pouch wher... read more

Code: 64909

295.00 GBP

4th Territorial Battalion The Northumberland Fusiliers Other Ranks Scarlet Tunic, circa 1910 - 1914

4th Territorial Battalion The Northumberland Fusiliers Other Ranks Scarlet Tunic, circa 1910 - 1914

Scarlet tunic with gosling green facings, white metal collar badges and king's crown buttons. The 4th Battalion previously wore grey tunics from but by 1910 the scarlet jacket, with gosling green facings was being introduced of which this is one. This is in great condition for age, some light staining and the odd moth graze but otherwise displays really well and you would struggle to find on... read more

Code: 65599

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Royal Logistics Corps (RLC) Officers Faux Patent Leather / Plastic No 1 Full Dress Cross Belt with Pouch and Gilt and Enamel Fittings

Royal Logistics Corps (RLC) Officers Faux Patent Leather / Plastic No 1 Full Dress Cross Belt with Pouch and Gilt and Enamel Fittings

In superb condition with no damage. Good enough condition to turn up with on parade today! Gilt bright, no damage to enamel and all fittings and retaining nuts original and present and correct. A lovely thing.

The Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) was formed on 5 April 1993, by the union of five British Army corps:

Royal Engineers Postal and Courier Service
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Code: 64912

85.00 GBP

Royal Army Medical Corps RAMC EDVII Dress / Piquet Sword

Royal Army Medical Corps RAMC EDVII Dress / Piquet Sword

A good King Edward VII example, some spotting to original frosting and no scabbard, but otherwise in good condition. Serial number 6666 to the spine.
Blade length is circa 32.5 inches.

The blade is acid etched with the emblem and motto (In Arduis Fidelis) of the British Royal Army Medical Corps. The blade is firm in the copper and brass hilt. The fish-skin grip and twis... read more

Code: 64935

215.00 GBP

1903 Pattern British Army Infantry Leather Bandolier, Mk 2

1903 Pattern British Army Infantry Leather Bandolier, Mk 2

An original example, undated, good colour and the hide remains supple and strong, and it is complete with it's belt-securing strap. Pockets shape retained by being stuffed with old newspaper. Buckles of brass, but white metal nickel dipped. Pocket studs are brass. Possibly a TA issue.

The 1903 pattern five pocket bandoleer was intended to carry 10 clips each of 5 rounds, two... read more

Code: 64911

125.00 GBP

Queens Own Hussars (QOH) Officers Undress Brown Leather Pouch Belt

Queens Own Hussars (QOH) Officers Undress Brown Leather Pouch Belt

As worn from 1958 - 1993. Brass fittings as opposed to bronze fittings which differentiates it from that worn by one of its predecessor regiments, the 7th Hussars. Regimental device tooled into the leather at the belt tip and pouch. Complete with all the correct fittings and including the correct whistle and strap. Metroplitan white metal whistle, still gives a good toot, but slightly squas... read more

Code: 65134

95.00 GBP

British Army Officers Crimson Red Sash, attributed to MC Winner

British Army Officers Crimson Red Sash, attributed to MC Winner

An officer's red sash with tassels, embroidered neatly to the inside with the owners name, E.W.N. Wade M.C. In good overall condition.

Lt-Col E.W.N. Wade, M.C. won his Military Cross with the 1st Battalion Hampshire Regiment in WW1. He was also the husband of a famous wife. Read more below!

Eric Wade started his military career in the Royal Dublin Fusiliers, s... read more

Code: 63770

55.00 GBP

Matched Pair of Fine Quality 2nd Lieutenant Officers Service Dress Epaulettes

Matched Pair of Fine Quality 2nd Lieutenant Officers Service Dress Epaulettes

Slight grazing to surface otherwise in very good condition. An early pair in very good condition for age.

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Code: 63775

18.00 GBP

WW2 Battle Dress Tunic Royal Engineers Officer 1st Corps- dated 1943

WW2 Battle Dress Tunic Royal Engineers Officer 1st Corps- dated 1943

In superb condition for age. Woven pips for the rank of 2nd Lieutenant. Embroidered officer quality shoulder titles and embroidered 1st Corps Royal Engineer Formation Signs to each arm (white spear-head on a red and blue diamond worn by Royal Engineers attached to 1st Corps, British Army, but also worn by 11th RE Group). Original buttons and buckle, all present and correct, with lanyard. Lab... read more

Code: 65135

325.00 GBP