VICTORIAN BRITISH BANDSMAN'S SWORD OF THE 63 REGIMENT (WEST SUFFOLK).
Impressive brass hilt with fluted handle, the crossguard features Queen Victoria Royal cypher. Impressive steel blade. Black leather scabbard with brass fittings, the upper fitting is unit marked 63 R No9 68 (West Suffolk Regiment issue no.9 1868).The stitching to the reverse side of the scabbard has split over time but this could easily be replaced. Condition: Exc++ read more
BRITISH VICTORIAN EXPLORERS KNIFE.
Fine quality stag horn grip plates. The steel blade is produced in the bowie style and shows some old age spotting but it could be cleaned if required. Brown leather scabbard with fitted belt loop to the reverse side. Approcamatly 10 inches or 25cm long. Exc++ read more
BRITISH WW2 NAVAL MIDSHIPMANS DIRK WITH OWNERS INITIALS.
It is unusual to find a British midshipman's dagger from the WW2 period as most date from WW1 or before. Fine detail to the lions head hilt with much gilt remaining, the crossguard features the naval anchor with kings crown. The white fish skin grip is in perfect condition. The double etched blade is by Gieves which was a very high quality maker, the blade is double etched with long foliage pa... read more
JAPANEASE WW2 ARMY OFFICERS SWORD.
Bonze coloured hilt with decorative suba. Cloth bound fish skin grip fitted with three Manuka. The blade is still very bright and in excellent condition. The scabbard shows some age but still retains some original paint finish. A nice clean Katana. The former owner told me that the blade is signed but I have not opened the sword hilt to confirm this so I am selling it as un-signed. Exc++ read more
BRITISH MILITARY AND WHISKY ADVERTISING POST CARD.
Full colour picture of various British army troops, with naval ships on the sea and RAF airplanes in the skies above. The title of the card, DEFENFENDERS OF THE EMPIRE 1924, and with advertisement below for Claymore Scotch Whisky and also advertising there various other brands of whiskey. Attractive and interesting post card. Near Mint. read more
BRITISH ANTIQUE MODEL OF A KNIGHT IN ARMOUR.
Interesting 1920's figure of a Knight in armour that was designed to hold cigarettes and complete with a fitted lighter. The bronze Knight is in full armour with helmet and long cloak and holding a sword. The helmet opens to reveal a cigarette lighter and there is a compartment on the reverse side to hold cigarettes. Makers details to the reverse side. Height approcamatly 9 inches or 23cm. E... read more
BRITISH VICTORIAN NAVAL PETTY OFFICERS SWORD.
This model sword looks similar to a standard naval officers sword but the hilt does not feature the lions head hilt, it is plain similar to the Victorian army sword. Brass basket hilt features the fouled anchor and Victorian crown. The fish skin grip is in perfect condition. The blade shows some faint spotting mostly at the tip, it is double etched with foliage decoration, naval fouled anchor w... read more
BRITISH VICTORIAN RIFLE BRIGADE BANSDMAN SWORD.
Brass decorative hilt features the riffle brigade bugle and it is also issue stamped 15. The blade shows considerable age spotting and some minor rust, the blade could be cleaned, it is also maker marked Robert Mole and is etched with a simple type of decoration. Black leather scabbard with matching brass fittings, the top scabbard fitting is unit marked, I 2 12TH K.A.V. Exc+ read more
BRITISH WW1 SWAGGER STICK, QUEENS WESTMINSTER VOLUNTEERS.
Brown wooden stick with silver cap with Regimental badge for the, Queens Westminster Volunteers, some minor dents to the cap. Exc++ read more