WW1 Military Medal to Lawrence 5th Northampton’s. Twice MID KIA Ypres.
A poignant single medal awarded for gallantry in the field correctly named to 10012 Corporal Albert Henry Lawrence 5th (pioneer) battalion Northamptonshire Regiment.
Albert Lawrence was born in Kartwell Northants around 1895. His early life he worked as a farm labourer and later as a labourer for the Railways. He enlisted into the army in 1914, the 5th Service battalion was raised in Aug... read more
Victorian India General Service Medal – Burma Clasp to Martin 2nd Norfolk’s
An India General Service Medal with Bura 1887 – 89 clasp correctly attached, correct engraved naming to 877 Private Charles Martin 2nd Battalion the Norfolk Regiment.
Burma was annexed by the British on January 1, 1886, by the proclamation of the Viceroy and Governor-General of India, Lord Dufferin. The annexation sparked an anti-colonial resistance which would last until 1896. This resu... read more
WW1 Plaque & Pair to Mallet Suffolk Regiment KIA Salonika.
A WW1 Bronze Memorial Plaque and British war and victory medal pair correctly named to 27112 Private Horace Mallet 1st battalion Suffolk Regiment.
Horrace Mallet was born around 1880 in Alderton Suffolk. He was trained as a plumber and worked with his father and brothers in his early years but by 1911 he is living with his mother, who is now widowed and totally blind and now working as a... read more
1914 Star Trio to Tell 19th Hussars
When the war began in august 1914 the 19th Hussars were at their barracks at Tidworth in Wiltshire. On mobilisation the regiment was split into their three squadrons and used as divisional cavalry. If we look at what date Norman was sent overseas, we can tell he was part of A squadron, embarking on SS Clement from Southampton on the 18th August. They arrive in Rouen a day later being the divisi... read more
Vintage Colt 1851 Navy Revolver Replica.
A superb replica of the Colt 1851 Navy Revolver, civilian Now York model. It was made in Japan By MRC in the late 1970’s / 80’s for reenactors, so it will fire percussion caps and can be stripped but has a solid barrel and inert. It is a superb replica in every way, about the same weight as the original made from steel composite grips.
It comes in its original box and looks like it has... read more
WW2 Herman Meyer Luftwaffe Tropical Visor Cap Replica.
A very accurate replica of the Herman Meyer Luftwaffe officers tropical visa cap. The detail is excellent, and it has been aged to look exactly like the original, including the correct leather chin strap and insignia. The cap itself is superb quality and the aging looks professionally done, almost indistinguishable from the real thing.
About a size 7 and ready for display. read more
Memorial Frame & Photograph to Chandler 5th Canadian MGC Killed Arras 1917
A beautiful memorial in glazed frame honouring 175142 Private John Turnbull Chandler of the Canadian Machine Gun Corps. These memorials were usually issued by the regiment to the family, so they could add there loved one’s photograph and, in this case, to honour and remember their lost son.
A poignant piece which needs full research to discover this young man’s service history but in bri... read more
WW2 RASC Captain’s Tunic & SB Belt.
A WW2 No 2 Dress tunic with buttons and insignia for a Captain of the Royal Army Service corps. It comes completely untouched so there are signs of wear and tear but no moth damage that I can see, how ever it has now been treated against any insect damage for a year or so. There is some wear to the silk lining near the collar but on the hole it’s in pretty good order for a used tunic of this ag... read more
Post War Officers Battle Dress and Trousers.
Post WW2 Battle dress blouse and trousers. Trousers named to Lieutenant Colonel Lister, blouse with Lieutenant Colonel rank insignia. Both items are in excellent condition with no moth damage noted. For measurements please see all photos. read more