Militaria, Military Memorabilia & Ephemera

WW1 French Army & Navy Sweetheart Post Cards
Four unused WW1 French Army & Navy sweetheart post cards in excellent condition, almost as new. In protective plastic envelopes.
£5 for the four cards
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Freikorps Insignia by VerKuilen Ager, published in Rochester, New York, USA, 1979-£12.00

 

 

In overall very good original condition. Small tear and loss of paper at the top right hand corner of the cover and slight damage to the fly leaf underneath. Some minor signs of age and use.
Paper covers. 58 A4 sized pages bound with plastic binder.
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1938 ARP lapel badge-hall marked silver-£15.00

1938 ARP lapel badge-hall marked silver

A silver ARP lapel badge with crescent. Very clear hall marks: date letter C for 1938. Makers initials JG. Measures 1 1/2 x 1 inches. Excellent original condition.

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WW2 Japanese Aeroplanes- Aircraft Identification-1943- published by The Aeroplane Magazine.-£7.00

Part Five. 1st Impression. Published in February of 1943 by Temple Press. In fully intact original condition with not loose pages. Some minor signs of wear to the page edges and corners.

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WW2 1944 U.S. Military Diamond Calk pick-mattock entrenching tool with handle-£25.00

In almost as new condition. The head measures 14 inches around the curve, and the overall length of the handle is 31 ½ inches.

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1952 British Army Jerry Can- WD & crows foot marked. Original condition-No holes-Usable-£10.00

1952 British Army Jerry Can- WD & crows foot marked. Original condition. No holes. Until recently used to store fuel, so it has residue inside which needs cleaning out.

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British Army-Military Provost Guard Service-wire blazer badge-framed-£20

Unused wire bullion badge, the custom recessed frame measures 10 x 10 inches

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R.A.F.-Royal Air Force Police-wire blazer badge-framed-£20

Unused wire bullion badge, the custom recessed frame measures 10 ½ x 10 ½ inches

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British Army “Bulled” black leather George Boots-with leather soles -size 10L-£35.00

 

A pair of British Army George Boots, “bulled” and in excellent used condition. There is some very slight wear to the leather soles and heals. Previous owners name in ink on the inside leather lining. The white mark on the inside of the right boot is from a stick in label with the previous owners name on. Size 10 L

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1952 British Army Jerry Can- WD & crows foot marked. Original condition. No holes. Until recently used to store fuel, so it has residue inside which needs cleaning out.

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