Liverpool Scottish WW1 attributed glengarry badge etc.
Good scarce election of items worn by Worn by 2353 Pte. Reginald B. Wilson 10th Liverpool Scottish, later Labour Corps and Royal Fusiliers. Liverpool Scottish glengarry badge on flat hexagonal loops, pair of kilt rosettes and dogtag stamped 2353 Pte. R. B. Wilson 10 L'POOL . R. with central P. (4 items) read more
WW1 Womens Auxiliary Army Corps Officer shoulder strap
Good rare 1917-18 khaki shoulder strap with central orange insert bearing two bronze rose heads (equivalent to Lieutenant) and Corps button.
Kensington London National Reserve mufti badge
Good scarce issue by JR Gaunt, London, within white enamel title oval; a crown over “II” set on a blue enamel ground. All resting on crossed rifles, the right hand butt impressed “16”. Buttonhole fixing to reverse impressed with number and “Kensington”. Dull and with service wear read more
WW1 Army Service Corps ASC KD Slip on Shoulder Titles.
A good pair Khaki Drill slip on titles, white embroidery onto light khaki material. Have been worn as a pair. GC. read more
WW1 Unissued Wrapped Example of the British 1917 Pattern Trench Cap.
An incredibly rare example of the British Army serge trench cap, contained in the original paper wrapping as issued. Khaki woolen cloth with full oilskin lining sweatband. Complete with General Service buttons and correct thin brown leather chinstrap. The wrapping with the size stamped to the outside. Some service moth.
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WW1 Small Box Respirator Gas Mask Bag.
A good used example of the WW1 pattern. Faint ink stamps to the underside of the flap. Complete with web strap, this with correct brass button and hook as well as the leather side strap, to be used in battle order. With pencil name and Regimental number to the outside. GC. read more
WW1 RAMC Other Ranks Royal Army Medical Corps Slip On Shoulder Title.
A very good example, web tape to the reverse absent. read more
WW1 Lancashire Fusiliers Officers Tunic
A scarce example of the 1916 Shoulder rank pattern tunic, worn by a Lieutenant of the Lancashire Fusiliers during the latter stages of the Great War and the Occupation of German. Complete with Regimental collar badges and buttons (one button detached). To each shoulder an embroidered Occupation forces divisional badges. To the left breast BWM & VM ribbons and to the cuff a single brass ... read more
WW1 Royal Field Artillery (RFA) Middle East Slip on Shoulder Titles
A good used pair white embroidery onto KD backing cloth. GC. read more