Lt Victorian Lancashire Fusiliers Dress Belt Buckle
Late Victorian Lancashire Fusiliers Officers Dress Belt buckle. It is fine 2-part buckle with a gilt metal backing and a white metal grenade badge. Worn with a fine white leather belt it comes in excellent condition with most of its original gilt still present. It measures, 2.5 x 2 inches. read more
Rare WW2 Cast Brass Model of the Westland Whirlwind Fighter.
An original WW2 made solid brass model of the Westland Whirlwind Fighter.
The British twin-engine fighter was a contemporary of the Supermarine Spitfire and Hawker Hurricane, it was the first single-seat, twin-engine, cannon-armed fighter of the Royal Air Force.
When it first flew in 1938, the Whirlwind was one of the fastest combat aircraft in the world and with four 20 mm autoc... read more
WW2 Cast Brass Model of the Bristol Blenheim.
A scarce original WW2 cast brass model of the Bristol Blenheim light bomber, which was the main bomber aircraft used during the first two years of the 2nd world war. This one is very nicely made from solid brass, hand finished with a hand wrought stand of brass and wood.
It measures 5 inches high, 9 inch wingspan and 6 inches long. read more
WW2 AM Type P11 Compass.
The WW2 Aircraft Type P11 Grid Compass, used in Spitfire’s and Hurricanes during the war. This one is in nice condition and in working order but just needs a bit of a clean up. It retains its original AM brass numbered plaque on the side. It measures 5.25 inches in diameter at the base. read more
Scarce Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters) Officers Belt Buckle.
A solid brass belt buckle with the bi-metal badge of the Kent and County of London Yeomanry, Sharpshooters.
The Kent and Sharpshooters Yeomanry was a unit of the Territorial Army that was established in 1961 as the Kent and County of London Yeomanry (Sharpshooters). This type of buckle was worn by officers from 1961 until 1967 when the Territorial Army underwent re-organization ... read more
Antique Zulu Iklwa Stabbing Spear.
A 19th century Zulu Iklwa or stabbing spear. It has a 11.5 inch hand wrought spear head with a stem going in to a 16 inch shaft and held in place by a leather binding. It is in order but needs a bit of a clean-up. The head has some light rusting, and the tip of the spear is missing, the shaft has a stable split at the bottom. A good original piece which needs a little restoration. Total length ... read more
Antique Zulu Assegai Throwing Spear.
19th Century Assegai throwing spear from the Nguni peoples. It has a 10.5 inch hand wrought spear head, a hammered stem which goes into a 37 inch slightly tapering wooden shaft, which is weighted at the bottom. The spear head is held in the shaft by a very well-made metal binding. A cleverly made spear, made for throwing. It is in very good condition very slight rusting to metal parts but all s... read more
WW2 Era RAF Pathfinders Badge and Buttons.
WW2 era gilt brass RAF Pathfinder’s eagle together with five extremely rare Pathfinder’s brass buttons. The badge is in very good condition but missing its prongs from the back, all five buttons are in excellent condition and made by Pitt & Co London. read more
WW2 Polish Army Sleeve Insignia.
WW2 Polish Army NCO’s insignia still attached to a part of the uniform. It comprises of a white metal rank star, ‘Poland’ shoulder title, 8th Army divisional badge and arm of service strip. It is in very good used condition and comes from a large collection of cloth insignia purchases from a private collection. It measures 3.5 x 8.5 inches. read more