GV Territorial Force Efficiency Medal Sjt J Nodding, 6th Durham Light Infantry ( DLI )
A good original example with impressed naming to "480 SJT:J.G. NODDING. 6/ DURHAM L.I." Light contact marks on the obverse, two small edge rubs. Unresearched.
WW2 Home Front - Royal Ordnance Factory ( ROF) No 3 - Birtley County Durham ( now Tyne and Wear )
Circa 3.1cm in diameter. Maker-marked T.L.M. Ltd, B'ham (Miller's of Birmingham). Back-stamped with the official issue number "2417". Has been worn, but in good condition.
ROF Birtley made cartridge cases in WW2. One of the scarcer ROF badges to find. read more
WW2 Burma Star Association Enamel and Brass Lapel Badge
well made and maker-marked JR Gaunt London Ltd. Slight chip to yellow enamel at about 8 o'clock, otherwise in very good condition.
Three Osprey Publications concerning the Jacobite Highlanders 1689 - 1945
All in very good second hand condition with no damage, pen marks or tears. Profusely illustrated and well researched.
The Jacobite Rebellions 1689 - 1745 - Military Series No 118
Highland Clansman 1689 - 1745 - Warrior Series No 21
Culloden Moor 1746 - Campaign Series No 106
UK postage only due to weight unless b... read more
WW2 Home Front - Anti Aircraft Command Pair of Printed Cloth Formation Signs
Matched pair of printed formation signs. Removed from Uniform. Mostly worn by Home Guard units. Very good condition.
From 1943 it was worn by formations and units of Air Defence of Great Britain (ADGB) including the Home Guard anti-aircraft batteries. read more
81st West African Division Cloth Shoulder Formation Sign Badge - Burma
This sun bleached spider has evolved from a black to a brown tarantula spider on a yellow background, so unlike many of the unissued ones on many sites, this one has seen some real service.
They were from units of the West African Frontier Force and saw heavy fighting in the Burma campaign of WW2. Wingate's special force, trained in long range penetration, included one ... read more
Prince Albert's Own Leicestershire Yeomanry Cavalry Officer's Silver Plated Small Coatee Button, circa 1840
small silver plated officer's coatee button of circa 1840s vintage with scarce early maker, Hamburger, London. Fixed shank. Circa 16mm in diameter. Some wear to plate and bronze is showing through. Still, an attractive and scarce early button.
This unit was 10th in the order of precedence of yeomanry regiments. First raised in 1803. read more
WW2 battledress white rope lanyard believed to be Royal Artillery
Good clean condition (better than in the photos), circa 38 inches in length.
Coll. read more
Official Admiralty Account of The Royal Marines and their Achievement 1939-43, Booklet printed 1944
88 pages, paper covers, with black and white photos and maps. It details operations in Norway, France and Holland, Singapore, Force Viper on the Irrawaddy, Madagascar, Dieppe and the invasion of Sicily.
Good clean condition with no pen marks. Some minor page tears to rear cover and bottom right of last few pages. read more
Three Spiral Bound photocopies of St George 's Gazette for 1924, 1938 and 1940 Annual bound volumes - Northumberland Fusiliers
Stiff Card Board covers with feint ink stamp in the form of a large RNF cap badge to front of each. Double sided photocopies of these hard to find volumes, especially 1940. Circa 27cm tall and 22cm wide, containing the 12 monthly editions for each of these three years. All complete and without tears to pages or pen marks. There is a lot of work and cost involved in putting together... read more