WWII British Tommy Stuff For Sale

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New Revised and Expanded Edition

Equipment of the WWII Tommy

Comprehensive book featuring individual chapters on web equipment, medical gear, signals equipment, anti-gas equipment, tents and field gear, knives and bayonets, and air deployment systems. Contains 664 pages with more than 1300 detailed photographs and drawings with full index. Original edition printed April 2004. New expanded and revised edition first printed July 2010.

$34.95
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Weapons of the WWII Tommy

Comprehensive book featuring individual chapters covering sidearms, rifles, machine guns, grenades, mortars and other weapons used by the British and Commonwealth soldiers during the Second World War. Contains 784 pages with more than 1400 detailed photographs and 150 drawings. Original edition printed September 2004. New expanded and revised edition first printed June 2011.

$34.95
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Uniforms of the WWII Tommy

Comprehensive book featuring individual chapters covering service dress, battledress, khaki drill and aertex, jungle green uniforms, Pattern 1944 web equipment, personal clothing, soft caps, cap badges, rank insignia, formation and unit insignia, utility clothing and wet and cold weather clothing. Contains 664 pages with more than 1700 detailed photographs and drawings with full index and an expanded colour section. Original edition printed October 2005. New expanded and revised edition first printed April 2012.

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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 30 Lot - Field Engineering (All Arms)

Consists of Part III: Obstacles (1943), Part IV: Booby Traps (1941), and Part V: Protective Works (1944). All three pamphlets are in very good to excellent condition and sold as a lot.

$50
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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 35 - Royal Armoured Corps Weapons, Part 13: .300-Inch Browning Machine Gun

This 1942 dated pamphlet is in very good condition. Has 3-ring binder holes as opposed to staples which were removed at some stage in it's official service.

$25
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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 37 - The Training of an Infantry Battalion

This 1940 dated pamphlet is in excellent condition and has 78 pages.

$25
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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 21A, 21B and 21C Lot - Dannert Concertina

Consists of Pamphlet Number 21 in three parts. Part A: Construction of Dannert Concertina Wire Obstacles with Angle-Iron Pickets (1939), Part B: Instructions for Closing and Fastening (1939), and Part C: Barbed Wire Concertina Obstacles - Construction Drill for the High Wire Fence (1942). Priced as one lot.

$50
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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 23 Lot - Communications and Troop Movements

Consists of Pamphlet Number 23 in three parts. Part I: General principles, fighting troops and their characteristics (1942), Part III: Appreciations, orders, intercommunications and movements (1939), and Part VIII: Infantry and Armoured Divisions in the opposed crossing of a water obstacle (1942). Priced as one lot.

$50
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Original WWII Military Training Pamphlet Number 46 Lot - Camouflage

Consists of Pamphlet Number 46 in Six Parts. Part 1: General Principles - Equipment and Materials (1941). Part 2: Field Defence (1941). Part 3: Huts, Camps and Installations (1942). Part 4: Vehicles, Wheeled and Tracked (1941). Part 4A: Painting of Mechanical Transport (1941). Part 6: Notes on Screens (1941). A very hard grouping of British wartime camouflage specifications to accumulate. All are in very good to excellent condition and priced as one lot for the six pamphlets.

$75
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Original WWII Royal Engineers Training Memorandum Lot

Consists of Pamphlet Number 3 (1943) which has 50 pages including numerous large format fold-out drawings, and Number 3 (1942) which has 70+ pages. Both deal with bridging including Bailey Bridges, Pontoons and Rafting. Demolitions and covers numerous charges including beehives, hayricks, exploders, guncotton and how to employ these to destroy bridging, airfield and armored vehicles such as tanks. And Booby Traps including those in use in the UK, Germany, Italy and Japan at the time of the Second World War.

$75
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Original WWII British Booby Traps - Field Engineering Pamphlet Number 9

This 1943 dated pamphlet is in excellent condition and has 60 pages covering all of the early wartime delay switches, trap mechanisms and delay fuzes, along with great drawings and descriptions of their employment.

$50
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Original WWI Manual of Military Law

This original manual was printed in London by the War Office and is the 1914 Edition which continued in service as the basis of military law used in conjunction with the King's Regulations until the end of the Second World War. Contains 908 pages covering all aspects of the legal system and procedures for dealing justice to military personnel.

$50
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WEAPONS AND ORDNANCE RELATED (Inert)

Note: Inert ordnance and demilled weapons items are shipped internationally at the buyers risk. It is your responsibility to know if purchased items can be imported into your country. While legal in most countries, the Customs and Postal Inspectors are sometimes overly cautious when they find certain items which may then become seized and possibly destroyed.

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British WWII 3-Inch Mortar Firing Pin ( Short Pattern ) in Unissued Condition. This design has a raised protrusion at the end which will detonate the primer on a cartridged round when it drops to the bottom of the tube. Essentially will work with standard loaded launching cartridges or 12-gauge blanks as is.

$75

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British WWII 3-Inch Mortar Firing Pin ( Long Pattern ) in Unissued Condition. This design has a raised protrusion at the end which will detonate the primer on a cartridged round when it drops to the bottom of the tube. Essentially will work with standard loaded launching cartridges or 12-gauge blanks as is. The ball on the 4.2-Inch Mortar can also be threaded to work with these. I know first hand as I have one installed in my own live mortar and it works fine with it.

$100

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British WWII 3-Inch Mortar Firing Stud ( Long Pattern ) in Unissued Condition. Mid-war pattern which has a flat top surface. This design was used with launching cartridges that each had their own clipped on firing pin and striker. When the round slide to the bottom of the tube, the striker would bottom out on the top of the firing stud and cause the firing pin to detonate the primer.

$75

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Lot of British WWII 3-Inch and 4.2-Inch Mortar Sight Range / Charge Scales. Two of these were issued with each cased mortar site. A few variations with some duplicates but priced together as a single lot. Some still in old grease which is easy enough to clean off..

$35

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British WWII 2-Inch Mortar Side Plates. Currently these are not a restricted item in the United States but they may be prohibited in some other countries so check your local laws. Uncut and removed from demilled infantry mortars. Have a few with clear 1942 and 1943 dates along with maker markings. Choices available while they are still available. Perfect for completing a live 2-Inch Mortar or making a postwar mortar look presentable with a wartime dated part. Usually never available on the loose so a fairly hard item to source on its own.

$50

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American WWII Pattern Khaki Bandolier for the M1 Garand Service Rifle. These are clean and well marked bandoliers that are complete with cardboard inserts and 8-round ammunition capacity En Blonc Clips that are in excellent condition. Photo is representative of one set as we currently have multiples for sale.

$25

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American WWII Pattern Olive Drab Bandolier for the M1 Garand Service Rifle. These are clean and well marked bandoliers that are complete with cardboard inserts and 8-round ammunition capacity En Blonc Clips that are in excellent condition. Photo is representative of one set as we currently have multiples for sale.

$25

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American WWII Pattern Olive Drab Bandoliers for the M1 Garand Service Rifle. These are clean and well marked bandoliers that are complete with cardboard inserts that are in very good condition but which have no lower caps. The taper of the cardboard sleeve holds the ammunition clip firmly in place though. This lot is for five bandoliers with thirty cardboard inserts.

$75

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Lot of Seven American WWII Pattern Olive Drab Bandoliers for the M1 Garand Service Rifle. These are clean and well marked bandoliers without cardboard inserts or clips.

$45

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American Korean War Olive Drab Bandoliers for the M1 Garand Service Rifle. These are clean and well marked bandoliers that are complete with the short pattern cardboard inserts which are in excellent condition. This lot is for two bandoliers and sixteen cardboard inserts.

$25

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Original WWII Japanese Type 91 Dual Purpose Mortar Round and Fragmentation Hand Grenade.

$200

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Original WWII German BK-2H Frangible Chemical “Smoke” Grenade. This is the second model Blendkörper ("Blinding Devices") BK-2H which was introduced in 1943 as an anti-tank weapon. It consists of a heavy glass bottle with a smaller glass vial nested inside. The dual bottle arrangement kept two chemical solutions separated. The Blendkörper were thrown against tanks, smashing the glass containers allowing the chemicals to mix creating a spontaneous volatile reaction. Target areas were hatches, air vents or other openings leading to the main crew compartment. The caustic smoking mixture would penetrate to the interior of the tank incapacitating the crew, forcing them to abandon their vehicle. This offering has a spare internal glass vial and two spare gasket seals. Bakelite parts are damaged as can be seen in the photos and the large glass bottle as a small crack near the threads. Still a very solid and durable set that will display well as there simply are not many left in the world.
$75

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Original British and Commonwealth Number 36 Grenade Practice / Training Drill Detonator Fuze Assemblies. The anvil on this pattern is made to allow loading into a grenade but to prevent the base plug from being screwed on all the way. This eliminated confusion on a grenade being armed and also prevented troops from ending up with nonfunctional detonator assemblies in the field. The detonator tubes and the cap in the anvil have inspection holes for easy verification that they are inert training items. Otherwise they look like the live example. Perfect for completing a cut-away display grenade or for filling a three or twelve detonator tin as issued with the transit crates. Being released by the military, each detonator has been slightly squashed but the aluminum tubes are very easy to straighten back out with a pair of needle nose pliers or similar tool since the fuze inside prevented the tubes from being flattened all the way.
3 for $20

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12 for $60

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Original WWII Metal Chest for Five Number 74 S.T. ( Sticky Type) Grenades, aka Sticky Bombs. Chest is in very good condition and all hinges and hasps are in proper working order. Original markings on one end indicate four options and RAOC would have applied white tape over three of them so only the single valid description would be shown at any one time. The No 74 grenades are very rare and needless to say their transit chests are even more scarce. You'll probably never find another and this would serve as one of the rare gems in any advanced grenade or ordnance collection. 

$850

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WWII British Canvas Rifle Case for the Lee Enfield Number 1 Mark III and Number 4 Mark I Service Rifles. Case is in excellent condition with 1942 date stamp, manufacture markings and Broad Arrow. Strap for closing the flap at the end of the transit case and the external pocket for a bandolier of ammunition or a rifle grenade cup launcher are both in perfect shape with no tears or other damage which is pretty common to examples that usually turn up on the market.
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WWII British Projector Infantry Anti-Tank ( PIAT ) Spare Bolt. Unissued and in mint condition in the original thick storage grease. Very heavy steel construction and served not only as a firing bolt, but as a counter weight used in conjunction with the cocking spring set. Rare to find on its own and the only way to complete a PIAT that had been demilled when ATF still had them classified as destructive devices. Only one available. Photograph shows an Enfield spike bayonet (not included) for scale.
$175

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WWII British 2-Inch Mortar Fuzed H.E. Bomb Dated October 1941 with Very Early January 1940 Dated Tail Unit.
$225

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British Smoke Grenade Striker Mechanism. This pattern is used on the very rare WWII Number 80 and Number 83 Smoke Grenades and the design continued well into the postwar years. The two part mounting base with screw threads is wartime production along with the mouse-trap mechanism. The fly-off lever is postwar marked but virtually identical to the wartime pattern. Extremely rare even in the UK and could easily be used to build a replica Number 80 or Number 83 Smoke Grenade using a common U.S. pattern empty modern smoke grenade canister since the British Striker Mechanism could be installed into the top with minor effort.
$50

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Original British WWII 17-Pounder Artillery Piece Bristle Bore Brush and Brass End Cap. Center of the wooden core has a passage for connection to a cleaning stave or rope for pulling through the barrel. Appears unissued based on condition of the bristles.
$50

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Postwar Australian-Made Enfield Rifle .303 Ammunition Bandolier. Very good original condition with clear markings on the back. Same pattern as used in WWI and WWII by all of the Commonwealth forces and perfect for use by reenactors or collectors.
$10

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WWII British 1942 dated tin liner for the small pattern wooden ammunition boxes. This size was used predominantly for .455 and .38 S&W / British .380 revolver service cartridges. In excellent condition with the pull-back tin lid still attached at one end since it has been opened to access now used up cartridges. Very rare today as most were trashed and essential for completing the more desirable small cartridge boxes.
$20

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British Storage and Transit Box for the Sten Mark V Submachine Gun. These were produced at the end of WWII so that the bulk of the Sten Mark 5 SMGs could be placed into strategic stores for future use. Original label on one side indicates the full contents that the box would have held including the weapon, magazines, sling and cleaning kit. Box is in excellent condition but the sealant that was applied to the factory labels has gone off-white with age. Rare and unique machine gun transit case that is seldom encountered in collections today.

$150

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WWII Vickers Machine Gun Ammunition Carrier. These are original belt carriers used in tanks armoured cars and armoured fighting vehicles. Painted white with black stencils and press stamped with 1942 dates on the end. Lid is a bi-fold design which can be fully opened for filling and partially opened when fitted to the side of a weapon to prevent dirt and debris from entering. Have several available and all are in excellent condition.
$65
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WWI and WWII Vickers Machine Gun Belt Plug Awl. These are the pre-WWI design with the metal part machined to the form of a .303 cartridge. Excellent and Unissued Condition. These are a hard to find accessory which is essential with a live gun and needed to complete the Spare Parts Chest. For reference, see Dolf Goldsmith's "Grand Old Lady of No Man's Land" Page 483.
$35
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Vickers MG Muzzle Disc. This was a sacrificial part that helped to extend the life of the weapon. Typically one or two were carried in the Gunners kit and four were carried in the wooden armory chests. Have several available and they are all mint and sealed in cosmoline.
$10

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WWI Vickers Machine Gun Clinometer. This is the very rare original pattern produced during the Great War using a Mark III Artillery Clinometer and a special base designed to hold it specifically on a Vickers gun. All brass construction in excellent condition with the exception of the bubble level which is dry and one mounting screw needs to be replaced. An easy item to restore. Kershaw maker marked with 1918 date and Broad Arrow proof markings on the body and base. For reference, see Dolf Goldsmith's "Grand Old Lady of No Man's Land" Page 512 top left photograph which is virtually an exact copy of this one down the markings, with the exception of course of the serial number.
$250
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WWI and WWII Vickers Machine Gun Spanner, Muzzle Attachment, Blank - for removing and setting the muzzle cone when installing a Blank Firing Adapter. Solid metal spanners in excellent condition but might need light surface rust wiped off from long dry storage. For reference, see Dolf Goldsmith's "Grand Old Lady of No Man's Land" Page 498 center top item 102 in the photograph.
$50

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WWII New Old Stock Bren Gun Barrel Gas Regulators. Still in the packing grease as removed from original cartons. Have several boxes but the price is per regulator which includes a factory set retainer. Essential for completing a parts kit barrel or to ensure a live barrel remains functional. There were three evolutions of the regulator and this is the final type which is compatible in all six Marks of Bren Gun Barrel. Only have a couple of these remaining.

$25

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WWII British and Commonwealth Bren Gun Mark II Barrel Complete with a NOS Gas Regulator. In light grease so haven't tested the chamber. Overall it looks good but priced as an unknown since it has been fired. Last of the Mark II fired barrels.

$150

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WWII British and Commonwealth Bren Gun Mark II Barrel with a 1945 Date. Complete with a NOS Gas Regulator. Still in light grease and looks to be the last of the unfired barrels. Likely won't see any more of these due to the standing barrel import ban. Pretty much an essential survival part if you have a live semi-auto or full-auto Bren.

$200

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WWII Medium Length Bladed Screwdrivers with Wooden Handles for use with the Bren LMG for Removing the Butt Stock. Uncommon in mint unissued condition with Australian D /|\ D markings.
$50

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WWII Long Length Bladed Screwdrivers with Wooden Handles for use with the Enfield Service Rifles for Removing the Butt Stock. Uncommon in mint unissued condition with Australian D /|\ D markings.
$50

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WWII Enfield Number 4 Mark II Spike Bayonet with Scabbard. Have several and these all have the Stevens-Savage Firearms makers mark. Price is per set but two representative examples are shown in the photograph.
$20
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WWI and WWII Lewis Machine Gun Holdall. D /|\ 1943 Marked in Very Good Condition But Some of the Internal Pockets Have Been Removed.
$75
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WWII British and Commonwealth Metal Cylindrical Tin of Booby Trap Wire. Used with Royal Engineer, SOE and OSS pull and release switch devices that were used to activate explosive charges. Contents are marked as being .014 inch by 50 Yards. Excellent condition for such a rarely encountered ordnance related item.
$45
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WWI and WWII British and Commonwealth 1915 Pattern Oil Cans. These were used with the Vickers, Bren, and 2-Inch Mortars and each have a brush built into the cap. Only a few available but all are in very good condition. Photo is representative of what we have.
$40
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Original WWII Ford T-16 Universal Carrier Final Drive / Differential Axle Housing Oil Seals. These are New Old Stock and are unobtainable anywhere else. Have several available that come from a sealed wartime box we opened during the course of our own vehicle restoration. These are one of the special parts produced specifically for the T-16 so there are no modern substitutes. Priced per seal. These are part number G166-03-82860 which is also referenced in the manual as A-333947 and CM-12371A depending on the section.

$45

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Original WWII Ford "F" Marked Fuel Tank Cap Assemblies. These are New Old Stock Ford marked fuel tank caps that Ford supplied early war for their GPW jeeps having a small mouth filler, and then later for other vehicles such as the Ford T-16 Universal Carrier which would have used two per vehicle. Priced individually but currently have two available.

$25

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Original WWII Jeep G-503 Pair of Windshield Frame Latches. These are genuine WWII production take-off parts that mount onto the cowl and are used to lock the windshield frame in the upright position. Excellent condition but buyer would probably want to strip them and repaint to match their exact vehicle color. Priced for the pair.
$40
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Original WWII Jeep G-503 Pair of Windshield Frame Latches. These are genuine WWII production take-off parts that mount onto the cowl and are used to lock the windshield frame in the upright position. Excellent condition but buyer would probably want to strip them and repaint to match their exact vehicle color. Priced for the pair.
$40
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BSA M20 Motorcycle Complete WWII Tool Roll. Consists of all hand tools and small motorcycle accessories that are shown in the wartime parts and service manuals. Many items are both wartime dated and feature the military Broad Arrow proof markings. All are British-made and fully functional.

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BSA M20 Motorcycle Lot 1 of Specialty Tools needed for vehicle overhaul and restoration along with NOS spare parts. Includes Magneto / Dynamo Pinion Extractor, Clutch Hub Extractor, Special Clamp for expanding and installing the spring on the rear stand. Solid copper head gasket, NOS pair of value springs. NOS oil filter with very rare Take-off oil filter top cap and spring. Plus many more accessory items so please refer to the photographs for additional details.

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BSA M20 Motorcycle Lot 2 of NOS and Take-off spare parts. These include a very hard to find original engine scrap plate, large quantity of NOS Amal Carburetor parts in their factory packaging, clean and functional Amal Carburetor spare parts, take-off chain case screw set, NOS fuel tank to carburetor metal fuel lines with rubber mountings, an engine gasket set, and numerous other small take-off parts as seen in the photographs.

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Original WWII Australian-Made Webbing Carrier for the 2-Gallon Petrol, Oil and Water (POW) Cans. These are built along the same design as the skeletal pattern water bottle carrier with the exception of being much larger and having a pair of quick-release butterfly buckles at the top. A pair of standard buckles at the rear are used to secure the carrier to the individual soldiers webbing brace tabs. The design came into being because the 2-Gallon cans were used extensively as water condenser cans for the Vickers Medium Machine Guns and this facilitated a means of the fighting soldier to transport the needed can with water to the front while being hands free to still use his personal weapon if needed. Fairly rare and well documented in the books Saddle Up and Equipment of the WWII Tommy. Have a few which are all in mint, unissued condition so the photo is representative and the can (not included) is merely to show how the carrier looks when used.

$150

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USA Signal Corps Radio Cables. Generic pair of standard cables used with most WWII and postwar sets including the GR/C series. Short cable used with power supply and longer cable used with joining multiple sets and external components together. Both are in very good to excellent condition and sold as a set.
$25
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Original British WWII Gas Rattle Alarm. Wooden body with metal sound baffle in excellent but used condition. Maker markings and date are very faint but read "RCD 1943" in roughly half inch tall characters, followed by a much easier to read "IV" indicating model/mark revision. Smaller but crisp British Government markings are a "Q" over Broad Arrow /|\ over "3L". Nice anti-gas item that was used by both the military forces and by Civilian Wardens.

$100

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Original British WWII Infant Gas Mask / Baby Gas Hood. This rare item is in excellent / unissued condition with clear view port and supple rubber air bellows which was pumped to provide filtered air for the infant that would have been placed inside. The lower curtain that wrapped around the body and allowed the legs to protrude from larger babies is still flexible but somewhat drier with age being a rubber vulcanized light canvas. Bellows is very prominently Broad Arrow /|\ marked and dated 1939 in two locations. Likewise the enamel coated metal carrier frame is also press stamped 1939 with the maker markings in two location. Rear of the carrier has a folding stand used to elevate the assembly at the end where the babies head would be. The carrier also bears a crisp tag indicating government property. Very rare to find in such good condition and few have survived with even fewer having made their way to North America. Note: Doll shown in photos is not included since it isn't mine. 

$200

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Original British WWII Children's Mickey Mouse Gas Mask / Respirator Complete With Carrying Tin. This pattern of mask was made in bright red and blue colors to make them appear less frightening to children and to make them less apprehensive about wearing them when the need arose. Disney actually produced a branded version later in the war which was only available in the USA but this British pattern is the first which saw universal issue in London and the surrounding region during the blitz. The mask is very supple with no damage to itself or to the original blue elastic head straps. The mask is 1940 dated with the maker mark Avon (Tyre Rubber Company) on the inside and the nose-piece for exhaling is dated May 1939. The metal tin is maker marked on the bottom along with a 1941 date. It has a captive cloth liner to protect the mask and this is in excellent condition with no tears, markings or major stains. An exceptionally rare set that any collector would be hard pressed to upgrade.  

$300

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Original British WWII Duty Gas Mask / Respirator Issued to Wardens, War Workers, Home Guard and Soldiers on Leave in the UK. The mask is in unissued / mint condition. Rubber is supple, lenses are clear, elastic bands are flexible and the rubber head pad is supple and crisply marked with Broad Arrow /|\ and 1942 date. The mark has the production 1942 ink stamps along with a 1943 inspection stamp. The gas mask carrier is also in unissued / mint condition and is marker marked with a 1942 date.

$100

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Original Canadian WWII Civilian Gas Mask / Respirator in Unissued, Mint Condition Complete with Box and Instruction Sheets in English and in French. The mask is very supple with clear view port. The mask has Canadian C/|\ marking along with the maker code and December 1942 date. The filter is likewise 1942 dated. The instruction sheets are in excellent condition with October 1942 dates. The original cardboard carton is also in excellent condition with packing instruction printed on the inside lid. Four small holes (two top and two bottom) are provided so that the carton can have a cord or thick twine carrying sling connected. Fairly rare in such a complete and good condition.

$75

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Original British Military Issue Eyeglasses / Spectacles For Wear With A Service Respirator Complete with Case. Rare Eye wear designed to fit securely while the gas mask was being worn. Glasses are in excellent, probably unissued condition. Case has shelf wear on the outside but is in excellent condition on the inside and retain the original British medical corps instruction sheet.

$125

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Original British Service Respirator Replacement / Repair Suspension System Consisting of the Rubber Head Support and Elastic Strap Set. Unissued and mint, fully functional condition with 1941 date markings.

$20

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Original British Anti-Gas Eye-shields Grouping Consisting of Mark I, Mark II and Mark III Packaging. Carton dates range from 1942-1944 with postwar paper stickers showing them being inventoried as late as 1955. Eye-shields aren't rare on their own but a set of all three types produced is a bit tougher to come by. Each package contains six eye-shields with three being clear and three being tinted. These are what you see General Rommel wearing while on campaign in the desert serving as dust goggles. Condition of the eye-shields themselves is unknown since they haven't been taken out of the packages. Being thin celluloid and 65+ years old, they are likely brittle so best kept as they are for a collection.

$40

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Original British WWII Electric Torch (Flashlight) Made in the Late 1930s through the early 1940s. Small compact size with simple slider on/off switch and glass fish eye type lens. Bottom metal end cap for inserting the battery is marked "British Make" which was the format on British goods until the mid-1940s when it was changed to "British made". Overall length is 4.25 inches. Has a good WWII pattern bulb which was tested in another flashlight. This used a Number 8 battery which is 3-volts and the Energizer / Eveready code for the battery is 2R10. Unique early military and ARP warden torch.
$35
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Original British WWII Electric Torch (Flashlight) As Used on Small R.A.F. Fighter Aircraft and Troop Transports. New Old Stock / Unissued Condition with Broad Arrow /|\ and Ref No 5 for the Pattern. Nice compact size and retains the unbroken original glass bulb and glass lens. Good strong light beam which requires 2 D-Size Batteries.
$55
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Original WWII Medical Corps Feeder Used By Nurses to Assist in Feeding Broth and Tea to Wounded Soldiers. Excellent condition and used by both Allied and Axis hospital facilities.
$25
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WWII Australian-Made Large Size Shell Dressing. Identical to the British-Made wartime examples with the exception of the Johnson & Johnson maker markings. Very good condition and dated May 1944.
$15
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Original WWII American-Made Carlisle First Aid Field Dressing. Sealed metal tin in excellent condition. As carried by the U.S. Airborne and infantry soldiers, as well as lend-lease by British and Commonwealth troops to supplement their supplies while fighting in Belgium and later in Holland.
$10
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Original British WWII Thermos Cork Stopper. Excellent condition and impossible to find for completing a wartime infantry or airborne black metal thermos with glass liner.
$20
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Original British and Commonwealth Mention In Despatches Award. Excellent Condition Bronze Finish with Clutch / Pin Back Hanger for Mounting to Medal or Campaign Ribbon.
$20
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Original British and Commonwealth Mention In Despatches Award. Excellent Condition Bronze Finish with Clutch / Pin Back Hanger for Mounting to Medal or Campaign Ribbon.
$20
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WWII Canadian Soldiers Personal Equipment Lot. These items all came from a Canadian infantry officer who served as a medical corps captain most of the war before achieving the rank of major. Lot includes a 1943 dated matched pair of gaiters / webbing anklets, two-part steel mess tin, smoking pipe, handkerchief, housewife / sewing kit, first aid manual, first field dressing and a machete that was cut down to working knife size. The blade is razor sharp and the handle has trench-art markings. The blade is 1940 dated. The 1940 dated housewife is complete with brass needle keeper, buttons, two wooden spools of thread, thimble and issue safety scissors. The first aid manual is 1942 dated and a Canadian edition. The field dressing is 1942 dated, unissued and was made in Canada. The mess kits have light surface rust to the tinning which could easily be cleaned. The smaller of the two items has trench art markings applied to the outside including a script 1943 date. Nice genuine wartime grouping which adds a personal touch to any kit display.

$125

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WWII Canadian Soldiers Military Documents. Includes AB64 Paybook which only retains the front and back covers with internal pockets, Complete Canadian Army Militia Clothing and Equipment Statement which is filled out and in excellent condition, Personal Soldiers Ration Card for Chocolate and Cigarettes in Excellent Condition, Soldiers Leave or Duty Ration Card in Excellent Condition, Seven Duty and Leave Passes in Excellent Condition, a Soldiers Army Form A2022 detailing procedures for personal decontamination and other anti-gas information, a Wartime Soldiers Hotel Voucher, a 1944 Italian church service document from time spent on leave, two Other Ranks lunch meal vouchers for a restaurant that catered to British and Canadian army personnel on leave in Italy, and a document believed to be related to servicemen and an orientation on leave in Italy during the war which was conducted by the Italian Ministry of Education. All documents are wartime mid-1944 thru early-1945 dated and named to the same Canadian Private ( later a Lance Corporal ). Name and Service Number are on the documents which are thus far unresearched.

$125

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Lot of British Wartime Soldiers Postal / Correspondence Related Items. Consists of a booklet for stamps that contains two unused WWII era postage stamps with information for soldiers related to sending letter, two WWI War Department sanctioned Field Service Post Cards which were carried over into the Second World War (one has 6-17 print date and the other has 5-18 print date), a Surface Mail wartime envelope for Active Service Personnel which was passed by the official censors, a wartime British Postal Order dated from 1944 used for transferring funds, a Servicemen Salvation Army Hostel Voucher from 11-45 for working men following discharge, a wartime baggage tag for official service travel bearing the OHMS label for On His Majesty's Service, and a Royal Ordnance Factory Radway Green Package Slip document.
$75
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Lot of Six WWII Documents and a Unit Photograph to the Same British Soldier. Documents include: Wartime Enlistment Notice, Certificate of Transfer to the Army Reserve, Record of Wartime Service, A Leave Pass, Release and Transfer of Wartime Savings, and a postwar document where the soldier was required to keep his employment type and status updated for the military in case they needed to recall him to active duty for a future conflict. The unit photograph has nothing written on the back but this man served with a Royal Artillery Regiment.
$75
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Lot of Four WWII Documents and Pamphlets for Active Duty British and Canadian Soldiers. The document titled Security in Connection with Moves Overseas is in English and French with a 1944 date. The pamphlet detailing information pertaining to Malaria is dated 1941 and covers other ailments soldiers could contract while in the tropics and temperate regions including North Africa and the Mediterranean. The document Soldier and Civilian was intended to help active duty officers to adjust to dealing with some contract civilian personnel who would be part of their staff and was printed in 1943. And Do's and Don'ts for Troops Going Overseas was re-printed in Canada March 1942 for the benefit of Canadian soldiers.
$50
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Lot of Six Items Related To British WWII Munitions Factory Workers. This log includes the Identity Pass Booklet for a factory worker which has the individuals specifics, a photograph and notes related to which air raid shelter he could use during the day and at night in the event they were to be different. A clothing ration book with very good condition covers and a Ministry of Food ration book in excellent condition make up the pamphlet size documents. The staples of the ration book have let go. Related to the ration book are three separate sheets of ration stamps for various types of consumable products. Overall fairly scare items related to the British WWII home front.
$50
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Original British WWII De Reszke Minors carton for 10 Cigarettes. Good wartime package which is now empty but perfect for any soldiers kit layout at public displays.
$15
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WWII British-Pattern Cold Weather Shooting Gloves. Khaki wool gloves with three finger sections. One for the thumb, one for the index finger and a larger one for your other three fingers. Maximized the warmth while allowing full use of the hand for shooting and working with general tools and vehicles. Unissued left and right matched pairs which are still base stitched together at the end to keep them together until issued.
$20
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WWII British Mark II Metal Helmet Shell. Retains 95 percent of its original paint and is maker marked A.M.O. with very clearly stamped 1941 date. No liner or chinstrap. Excellent condition and retains the chinstrap mounting lugs.
$50

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WWII British or Possibly Belgian Mark II Metal Helmet Shell. Retains 85 percent of its original paint and is maker marked J.S.S. along with other numeric codes which could be unit designations. No size or date markings visible so would seem more like a late production British helmet. No liner or chinstrap. Good to Very Good Condition due to some very light surface rust on the inner side. Retains the chinstrap mounting lugs.
$35

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WWII British Airborne Helmet Conversion. Shell is the standard wartime Airborne pattern with a despatch rider helmet liner that has had the neck piece removed. Offers superior buffer protection to the back of the skull. Leather liner is maker marked B.M.B. and dated 1944 with a Size 7 notation. With the neck piece removed, this will fit a 7 1/8 to 7 1/4 size head. Chinstrap is the dark leather airborne early war pattern copy. Helmet has an original multi-color helmet net with burlap scrim. Regimental flash for the Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry has been painted on the sides. Nicely done but marking were added postwar by a reenactor. Overall excellent condition and perfect for display or reenacting.

$250

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WEBBING - EQUIPMENT - TOOLS - OPTICS
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WWII Military Aldis Lamp with Case and Spare Filters. These signal lamps were used by all branches of the British and Commonwealth military. Particularly during landings where close communications were needed between landing troops such as commandos and their landing craft and larger ships which were still at sea. The RAF tug aircraft and gliders often used them for communications in the event their corded line in the tow rope failed, and the Pathfinders used them for signaling purposes as well. Fully functional, this example was built in Canada and is 1942 dated. The handle contains a master power switch that activates the bulb, and a second trigger serves to nod the reflector for sending Morse Code signals. A sight is built into the top of the lamp housing to ensure the signals are going to the focused party. Classic of the Marquis / Resistance Groups, S.O.E. and O.S.S. during the Second World War. Included is the clear lens shown attached to the lamp along with a blue and an amber lens. These lose lenses appear warped in the photos but they are perfectly smooth glass and you are seeing reflections of the tree leaves above them.

$200

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Original British Signal Beacon Lamp with Wooden Transit Case and Spare Lens. This is another signal lamp but it is much higher powered being a 12-volt system with a 200-watt bulb. A pair of large clips allow instant connection to any vehicle battery or separate power supply. And similar to the Aldis Lamps, there is a trigger for nodding when sending Morse Code and a simple sight mounted on the top for aiming. This example is in excellent, fully functional condition and includes a spare lens and small screwdriver which are stored under a false floor in the bottom of the transit chest. The transit chest has a leather carry handle and the lid slides along the leather strap when disconnected from the base. The transit case has one latch which has no wire and a clip in the bottom would hold a spare bulb but none is present. Made in Rugby, England as a Mark I pattern in 1945.

$200

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Original WWI British Folding Trench Periscope with Ground Spike in Cloth Carrying Case. Both the Periscope and the Case bear the British Broad Arrow /|\ mark. Both mirrors in the periscope are original and present a clear and unobstructed view. Periscope body is in very good condition for its age but these were made from thin walled wood making it delicate in nature now that it is almost 100 years old. Carry case is made from very thin cotton cloth which is backed by burlap on the inside for padding. A single leather strap holds the flap down and a cloth adjustable shoulder sling is mounted on the ends for carrying the packaged periscope. The cloth has an excellent presentation aspect but has a small tear on the front where the lower leather flap strap attaches. Very rare and impossible item to find today.

$200

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Original WWI British Folding Trench Periscope with Ground Spike in Cloth Carrying Case. Both the Periscope and the Case bear the British Broad Arrow /|\ mark but the case on this example also has the Australian D/|\ marking on the lid. Both mirrors in the periscope are original and present a clear and unobstructed view. Periscope body is finished in a white color for winter camouflage and is in excellent condition for an item that is almost 100 years old. Carry case is made from very thin cotton cloth which is backed by burlap on the inside for padding. It has a large hole at one corner but is otherwise in surprisingly very good condition. Another very rare and impossible item to find today.

$250

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Paired Set Consisting of An Original WWII British and Commonwealth Launching Cartridge Extractor Tool for the 3-Inch and 4.2-Inch Mortars and its Correct Webbing Pouch. Both items are in unissued condition. Have several so examples in the photograph are representative.

$150

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Parachute Harness and Drop Container Hard Points, Snap Links, Strap Adjusters and Approximately 5 1/2 Feet of White Harness Material with Black Tick Marks. Good for repair parts or building airborne display items. Priced for the lot shown in the photograph.
$50
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British Canvas Water and Feed Bucket. Very nice early war item in very good condition with crisp ink markings on the inside with 1939 date and marker markings for Baker Brothers of Dundee. Nice item to complement a British B.E.F. and Dunkirk impression.
$50
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Original British WWII 1937 Pattern Haversack ( Small Pack ) in Excellent Unissued Condition. Maker Marks are Bagcraft Ltd. with 1943 Date and Broad Arrow. Actual Pack Shown In Photo.
$40
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Original British 1937 Pattern Haversack ( Small Pack ) in Excellent Unissued Condition. These are postwar dated in the 1950s under the flap but are identical to WWII examples other than having blackened fittings. Perfect for reenacting and much cheaper if you are planning to use them in the field. Have several so the photo is representative of what you will get.

$25

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Original British 1937 Pattern Mark III Basic Pouches / Universal Pouches in Excellent Unissued Condition. These are postwar dated in the 1950s under the flap and have the late war introduced quick-release toggle and staple closure as opposed to the earlier wartime pattern with snaps. The Mark III pattern was produced with snaps and the quick-release closures but is a slightly longer pattern pouch designed specifically for Sten gun magazines. The earlier war Mark II pattern is just a bit too short for the Sten magazines. Perfect for reenacting and priced per pair. Have several sets so the photo is representative of what you will get.

$20

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Original British 1937 Pattern Web Equipment Belt. Normal size in excellent condition. Has a British Broad Arrow /|\ ink marking but nothing else. Rear brace buckles removed for dress and walking out in uniform without full webbing.
$20
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WWII Australian-Made Vickers Medium Machine Gun Slide Ruler Case. Used in conjunction with plotters and a Vickers Director or Vickers Dial Sight. Fairly rare and only one available.
$35
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WWII Australian-Made Extra Wide Webbing Equipment Braces in Unissued Condition. Have a few pairs so photo is representative of what you would get.

$35

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WWII Australian-Made eTool / Entrenching Tool Webbing Carriers in Unissued Condition. Identical to the British and Canadian WWII pattern other than slight color and marking differences. Have a few so the photo is representative of what you would get.

$25

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WWII Australian Vehicle and Field Commander Map Cases. These have waterproof canvas cover that snaps down and clear panel inside to protect the map or documents. This can also be marked on with grease pencils for route planning and troop dispositions which can be wiped off later without affect to the map underneath. Unissued Condition. Marked with 1943 Production Dates and C. G. Hartley & Co.
$25
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Very Rare WWII Canadian Large Pack with Left and Right L-Straps. Vat Dyed During the War For Jungle Use But Never Issued. Only a Very Few Sets Available.
$100
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WWII Canadian Left and Right Haversack and Large Pack L-Straps in Mint and Unissued Condition. This set has clear L and R markings along with 1941 dates and ZL&T maker markings.

$50

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WWII Canadian Left and Right Haversack and Large Pack L-Straps in Mint and Unissued Condition. This set has clear L and R markings along with 1943 dates and ZL&T maker markings.
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WWII Canadian Left and Right Equipment Braces in Mint and Unissued Condition. This set has clear L and R markings along with 1942 and 1943 dates with MS&U maker markings.

$50

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WWII Canadian Left and Right Equipment Braces in Mint and Unissued Condition. This set has clear L 1942 and R 1943 date markings along with ZL&T maker markings.

$50

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WWII Canadian Large Pack Complete with Left and Right L-Straps in Mint and Unissued Condition. The pack is 1940 dated with ZL&T maker markings. The L-Straps are a matched pair with L and R markings along with 1943 dates and MS&U maker markings.

$125

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WWII Canadian Matched Pair of Basic Pouches / Universal Pouches in Mint and Unissued Condition. This set has matching C/|\ markings along with 1943 dates and ZL&T maker markings.

$75

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WWII Canadian eTool / Entrenching Tool Carrier Complete with Handle and Helve in Very Good Condition. This carrier is 1942 dated with ZL&T maker markings. Handle is the WWII pattern that can accept a spike bayonet to aid in mine detection. Canadian war dated eTool carriers and webbing belts are the hardest two pieces of webbing to source today.

$150

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WWII Canadian Waterbottle Carriers in Mint and Unissued Condition. These have various markings and wartime dates and are made by ZL&T and MS&U. Photo shows examples to two and choice of maker will be provided while available.

$25

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WWII Canadian Matched Pair of Large Pack Extended Straps in Unissued Condition. These have matching markings with 1943 dates and MS&U maker markings. Priced per pair.

$25

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WWII Canadian Large Frame Revolver Flapped Webbing Holster in Mint and Unissued Condition with ZL&T maker markings.

$50

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WWII Canadian Large Frame Revolver Flapped Webbing Holster in Mint and Unissued Condition with MS&U maker markings.

$50

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Extended Length Equipment Straps made as part of the load bearing kit used with the British 4.2" Mortar. Each has two very long 1" wide straps that are much longer than normal equipment braces. Unissued Condition in Limited Quantity.
$75
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Leather Muzzle Covers and Retaining Straps for 4.2" British Mortars. These will also fit German and U.S. Mortars and Artillery Pieces with comparable sized barrels. Unissued Condition in Limited Quantity.
$40
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Canvas Muzzle Cover with Airborne Quick-Release Buckle Webbing Retaining Straps for 4.2" British Mortars. Straps terminate with a rope loop that is places around the ball on the mortar barrel tube prior to the straps getting cinched tight. Unissued Condition and Only One Available.
$75
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U.S. Leather WWII Pattern M4 Mortar Sight Case Used with the American 60mm and 81mm Mortars. Heavy leather construction which is in excellent condition, as are the leather lid hinge and cinch strap.
$35
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WWII Original Pair of U.S. American-Made Early Pattern Folding Tent Poles. Both have U.S. South Bend Toy Manufacturing Company maker markings and one is dated 1942 and the other is dated 1943. Very rare collectible set that are in very good condition.
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Set of eight U.S. American-Made Wooden Ten Pins. All in very good condition.
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Set of ten U.S. American-Made Wooden Ten Pins. All in average used condition with some having loss of material at the pointed end which is why extras are included. Still very usable if a proper look is required for period tentage displays.
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U.S. American-Made Equipment or Pistol Web Belt. Very good overall condition with some wear to the black finish on the hardware but has crisp markings. Markings on the front are the typical U.S. and the inside near the snap for an M1 Carbine or 1911A1 Pistol Magazine Pouch are NASCO with 1942 Date Stamp
$20
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U.S. American-Made Webbing Pouch For Five 20-Round Thompson Submachine Gun Magazines. Pouch is in unissued condition with some minor wear marks from long time storage. There is no date or maker markings and no U.S. marking as these were part of a lot made for British contracts before America entered the war. After the Lend-Lease act was passed, goods sent to the U.K. were required to have the U.S. markings on them. Very rare and hard to find example for early war British equipment collectors.
$50
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U.S. American-Made Webbing Lot of Three Infantry Packs. Each is in good to very good condition and all three are 1918 dated. Complete with all straps, external pouch and buckles.
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1937 Pattern Skeletal Waterbottle Holder Produced Postwar. Identical to the wartime design with the exception of the date. Perfect for reenacting as makings are not visible with a water bottle installed.
$10
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UNIFORMS AND INSIGNIA
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Original British WWII Khaki Drill Service Dress Jacket. The brass buttons are all King's Crown and Regimental pattern for the Royal Army Service Corps with Lieutenant's enameled rank stars (pips) on the shoulder epaulets. Unresearched wartime officer's name tag with June 1940 date is sewn above the inside breast pocket. Award ribbons for War Service Medal 1939-1945, Africa Service Medal 1939-1945 with British 8th Army clasp, Italy Star, and the France and Germany Star. Very nice condition and a genuine early war jacket for an officer that saw long-term service during the war.

$75

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Pair of Matched Original WWII British Army Mountain Warfare Snow Shoes. Both are in excellent unissued condition. These are the Bear Paw pattern and each is approximately 18 inches by 8.75 inches. They were produced during the war by Goodearl Risborough Brothers Limited who had been a furniture making company prior to the war. Each has factory stamps on the side with G.R.B. /|\ 1943 and the original webbing straps are also dated 1943.

$75

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Original WWII British Black Plimsoles in Unissued Condition. British Size 5 (Size 6 in the USA) with clear markings including W /|\ D government proofs. The black pattern were issued to Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) women for physical fitness exercising and to men of some of the commando and Special Boat Service (SBS) units for raiding since they were quiet and good to wear for climbing. Excellent unissued condition with original wartime laces.
$50

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British Kangol-Brand Wool Beret in Green as Worn by the Commandos, Complete with Cameronians (Scottish Rifles) Regimental Cap Badge. Produced post war but still a collectible item in excellent condition which would be ideal for living history and reenactments. Lining has the dashed diamond pattern and is marked "Kangol Wear Limited" and is a size 7. The cap badge has proper Douglas tartan wool backing as was worn by the men serving with Combined Operations / Commando units during WWII.
$50

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WWII British Hospital Blues Wool Serge Jacket. Large Size in Excellent and Unissued Condition. Mint ink stamps on the inside lining include Size 3, Marker Markings and 1940 Date with Broad Arrow /|\
$50

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WWII British Helpless Patients Hospital Sleeping Gown and Regular Hospital Patients Surgical Gown. Made from finely milled Angola wool which was dyed to a light blue / gray colour. Very rare and only one available. This is a large size in unissued condition but it has a very faint storage mark on the chest which is hard to see and does not detract in any way - see photos. No date or maker markings but has a fairly large red Broad Arrow /|\ mark on the lower inside which is also shown in the photographs.
$50

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One Lot Containing 103 Metal Hobnails For Boots. Mint and free of rust. Essential for repair of various patterns of military wartime boots that have lost hobnails as the leather flexes.
$20

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WWII British and Commonwealth General Officers Gorgets for the Royal Army Medical Corps. Excellent matched facing pair of badges with gold gilt braiding and correct small size Generals crossed sword and baton crested buttons. Worn during the war in Canada and in England. Very rare and unique insignia set.
$50

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WWII British and Commonwealth Infantry Regiment Officers Gorgets Lot. This grouping includes three different Gorgets with one long as worn on Service Dress and two short as worn on field uniforms. Each complete with Regimental button. Three Gorgets Priced Together as a Lot.
$25

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WWII British Auxiliary Territorial Service (ATS) Grouping with Embroidered Pair of Shoulder Titles and Brass Cap Badge. The slider on the badge is marked J. Gaunt London. Insignia is in excellent condition but was removed from a uniform.
$25

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WWII British Commando Grouping with Pair of Embroidered Commando Signals Shoulder Titles and a Single Commando Pattern Wireless Operators Sleeve Badge.
$30

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WWII British First Commando Brigade Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles
$20

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WWII British Royal Navy Commando Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles
$20

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WWII British Number 6 Commando Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles
$20

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WWII British Number 6 Commando Grouping of Embroidered Slip-On Shoulder Titles. Three are on navy blue/gray wool and one is loose.
$20

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WWII British Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) Grouping of a Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles, Brass Cap Badge and Pair of Slip-On Shoulder Titles. The embroidered titles were removed from a uniform.
$30

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WWII British Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC) Grouping of a Ten Embroidered Shoulder Titles. These were all removed from uniforms.
$15

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WWII British Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) Grouping of a Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles, Brass Cap Badge and Pair of Slip-On Shoulder Titles.
$30

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WWII British Royal Army Service Corps (RASC) Grouping of a Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles and Brass Cap Badge.
$20

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WWII British Middlesex Regiment Grouping of a Pair of Embroidered Shoulder Titles, Bi-Metal Cap Badge and Pair of Slip-On Shoulder Titles.
$30

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WWII British South Wales Borderers Regiment Grouping of a Single Embroidered Shoulder Title, Bi-Metal Cap Badge and Pair of Brass Pin-Back Shoulder Titles.
$25

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WWII British Grouping of Three Pair of Embroidered Slip-On Shoulder Titles. Pairs include Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC), Royal Army Service Corps (RASC), and the Middlesex Regiment.
$25

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WWII British Pair of Embroidered Sten Machine Gun (SMG) Marksman Trade Badges. Both are matching but one has been removed from a uniform.
$15

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WWII British Royal Scots Regiment Matching Pair of White Metal Collar badges. This is a matched pair complete with keepers. The angle of the photograph makes one badge appear larger but they complete a proper pair for a wartime uniform.
$30

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WWII British Devonshire Regiment Matching Pair of Brass Metal Collar badges. This is a matched pair that is correct for the wartime brass or bimetal cap badge.
$30

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Original Canadian-made WWII Shoepacks. These were a winter issue boot for some of the British and Canadian units that required warmer waterproof boots. This pair is in unissued condition, Size 12, and were produced by the Dominion Rubber Company. They are Canadian C/|\ marked with 1943 date stamps. They feature a leather gaiter with single buckle strap similar to the Canadian "Invasion" Boots issued to men serving with 21 Army Group that landed at Normandy for D-Day.

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WWII Canadian Officer's Service Dress Jacket with Formation Insignia for the First Canadian Army. Nice genuine all original wartime jacket with Canadian King's Crown brass buttons. Shoulder straps have rank stars (pips) indicating Captain and each strap has a brass CANADA national title. The formation insignia has a couple of minor nips to it but otherwise everything is in very good condition. Maker tag is from Ontario but no name tag or date has been found.

$85

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WWII Canadian Service Dress Uniform National Titles. Each is white metal reading CANADA. These are a matching pair complete with keepers.
$20

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WWII British and Commonwealth Navy, Army, Air Force Institute ( N.A.A.F..I. ) Beret badge. Excellent example of an Officer Bronze Badge that very seldom turns up in private collections. This badge is very crisp and retains a nice extremely dark bronze patina. The photograph was lightened so the details could be seen due to poor lighting conditions. You won't be disappointed with this badge when you see it as it is significantly nicer than the photograph illustrates.
$50

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WWII British and Commonwealth Bandsmen Cap Badge with Matching Pair of Collar badges. All three badges are made from brass for the Service Dress and more formal wartime uniforms. The cap badge is backed with Infantry Regiment red felt.
$25

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WWII British Royal Gloucestershire Hussars Regimental Cap Badge.
$15

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WWII British Silver Lapel Badges for the Territorial Army and the Auxiliary Territorial Service. Each is wartime King's Crown and individually numbered on the back as these were jeweler made items. Two Badges Priced Together as a Lot.
$50

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WWII Grouping of five Sweet Heart and Regimental Association Badges. The three smallest enameled / jeweled badges have no pin-backs as they must have been in a display case. Includes Oxfordshire & Buckinghamshire Light Infantry, The Loyal Regiment, and Irving Parachute Association badge, King's Crown Royal Air Force Wings and an Women Land Army Society badge. Five Badges Priced Together as a Lot.
$20

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British WWII 1940 Pattern Denim Battledress Blouse and Trouser Set. Both items are in excellent condition and retain their linen tags which are typically washed out and can't be read. Both items are postwar dated but are identical in color and features to the wartime production denims. All buttons and buckles are present and there are no visible signs of damage to either garment.
$100

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Original Australian-made WWII Black Ammunition / Ankle Boots. These were a standard issue low-quarter boot worn by the Australian soldiers, as well as by some British and Commonwealth troops as they became available. Typically they were a natural brown/russet color leather when first produced and were fitted with brass cleats on the bottom as opposed to the more conventional hob nails. These are in virtually unissued condition and are 1944 dated. Size is a USA 9.5 or British/Australian 8.5 which is how they are marked on the lower sole. Nice sized wartime footwear is getting near impossible to find in usable condition today. Perfect for display or to wear.

$100

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Australian WWII Other Ranks Service Dress Jacket and Trouser Set. The jacket is virtually unissued as it retains even the temporary paper sizing tag on the lower inside waist. Cloth size tag with Australian Defence Department ink stamps is on the upper inside as shown in the photographs. Buttons are all proper wartime Australian military pattern but some show signs of shelf/storage wear. The trousers are in very good condition but must have been issued or used at some time because belt loops were added along with sizing darts in the upper thigh and crotch region. Both items are good large mannequin sizes with the jacket 1945 dated and the trousers 1942 dated. Getting impossible to find decent wartime dated and tagged uniform trousers and I doubt we'll see another pair here.

$150

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WWII French Army Officers Uniform Grouping. Consists of Jacket with Insignia at the collars and sleeve cuffs, Jodhpurs, Overseas Cap and Leather Sam Browne Belt with Cross Strap. Overall in very good condition with some wear spots at the lapels. See photographs for details. Nice and genuine all original WWII French Army grouping which is pretty hard to put together today.

$150

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WWII French Navy Sailor Winter Uniform Grouping (Blues). Consists of Peacoat Jacket, Bell Bottom Trousers, Pull-over Shirt, French Naval Matalots Cap, Cap Tally with Marine National (French Navy) Embroidered in Gold, and Neckerchief. Very nice and genuine all original WWII French Navy grouping which would be virtually impossible to put together today.

$150

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French Army Battledress Blouse / Ike Jacket. Unknown (to me) pattern in very good to excellent condition with unit patches on each shoulder. See photographs for details.

$25

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Original WWII German Military Female Luftwaffe Auxiliaries ( Helferinnen ) Blue-Gray Double-Breasted Great Coat. Excellent condition with all original buttons still present. Large size which equates roughly to a U.S. 40 regular.

$200

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