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First Royal Cheshire Militia Officers Waist belt and Waist Belt Clasp

First Royal Cheshire Militia officers Chromed leather Belt and Silver Metal Buckle, with matching bench marks 3' and maker details J & Co. (Jennings)

Excellent worn condition 8/10

Code: 50146Price:


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Foreign Service Helmet (White)

Foreign Service Helmet with six fold pagri in White, a weathered helmet with staining showing signs of hard campaign service whilst remaining in excellent overall condition no holes or damage.
100 percent original in every regard a fine salty helmet from a very old collection recently discovered with two super Asagi's that are not included with this Helmet.

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Postage free in the U.K. Only please contact for postage fee,s worldwide.

Code: 50145Price: 1900.00 GBP


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Regulations For The Instruction And Movements Of Cavalry 1876.

Wonderful personalised book Formally the property of William Graham, B Troop, 5th Dragoon Guards 1882.

Red morocco leather bound with brass clasps, one or two loose pages other wise super condition unresearched.

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80th Foot Plaque

Silver hall marked 80th Foot Plaque states;
These Fragments of the Kings Colour of the 80th Foot Having Been Recovered From An American Tourist Who Stole Them Remained In The Armoury Of The Palace Valletta When The Colours Where Handed Back To The Ordnance In 1905
The Colours Were Placed in the Armoury On St George's Day 1829 And These Fragments Were Presented To The 2nd South Staffordshire Regt (80th) Foot By The Governor And Commander In Chief Malta
General Sir John P Ducane, GCB, ADC On St George's Day 1929.

Code: 50143Price: 395.00 GBP


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COKES RIFLES, Uniform & Accoutrements. In Superb original condition.

Cokes Rifles Officers, Tunic & Overalls, Rare Shoulder Belt & Pouch unmarked silver metal fitting, A superb example Original in every regard, Please call for further details.
Condition 10/10

Code: 50114Price: 1495.00 GBP


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Boer War Archive, Medals, Insignia, Paperwork, Personal Items, Letters Maps, Photographs Certificates Named Trunk Etc.

An emotive group to Corporal A J Rogers U Bty Royal Horse Artillery. Died Of Wounds at Bothaville 11th November 1900.
Group comprising of the following:-
Queens South Africa Medal with the Bars, Relief Of kimberley, Paardeberg, Driefontein, Transvaal. 1st issue 1899 /1900 on reverse.
Death Certificate signed by H. De La Bere General Of The Army
Large Photo Of Corporal Rogers Seated with his wife
Another of his family.
Marriage Certificate, Daughters Baptism Certificate (Corporal Rogers did not see his daughter whose last Christian name was "Pretoria") also include is her the daughters Death Certificate.
Map of the Transvaal, transcribed with a letter written to his wife.
Two letters to his wife.
A Silver Cheroot Holder in its case with his name on the lid.
The lid from his Medal Box.
Corporals Stripes.
Razor named and regimentally marked.
Pine War Box with Steel Furniture named to him and regimentally marked waterproofed with tar.
A wonderful archive of items with a very sad story and a tragic ending.

Code: 50113Price:


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1St Battalion Scots Guards George V, Pipers Banner.
1st Battalion Scots Guards George V, Pipers Banner.
A Royal blue silk pipe banner, Trimmed in gold bullion wire, marked with regimental devices and the Egypt battle honour.
Condition: Excellent used condition purchased with the 1st Batt side drum listed earlier, that was carried from April 1918 until the end of hostilities. 9/10

Code: 50076Price: 850.00 GBP


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Cavalry Officers Full Dress Bullion Pouch.
Super Early Victorian Cavalry Officers Full Dress Bullion Pouch.
Very fine condition velvet and bullion wire embroidered pouch, with manufacturers detail to the interior.

Code: 50074Price: 995.00 GBP


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1st Stafford Artillery Volunteers Officers full Dress QVC Shoulder Belt Pouch.

1st Stafford Artillery Volunteers Officers full Dress QVC Shoulder Belt Pouch.

A very rare example of the above pouch, this and the following lot an Officers Sabretache of the same regiment have been in a private collection since they ceased being worn.

Condition: To the front superb with most of its original finish of frosted silver bullion wire and crushed velvet.
the rear has severe wear as is the norm for these pouches
Front 10/10
Rear 7/10

Sold with the Sabretache next lot Price is for both items

Code: 50071Price:


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1st Stafford Artillery Volunteers Officers full Dress Sabretache, QVC.
1st Stafford Artillery Volunteers Officers full Dress QVC Sabretache.

A very rare example from the above named regiment, this and the previous lot an Officers Pouch of the same regiment have been in a private collection since they ceased being worn.

Condition: To the front superb with most of its original finish of frosted silver bullion wire and crushed velvet and regimental lace.
the rear sabretache has its original foul weather cover.
10/10


Sold with the Pouch from the previous lot.
Price is for both items

Code: 50072Price:

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