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Lee Enfield Brass Oiler

Lee Enfield Brass Oiler

Offered is the standard brass oil bottle kept in the butt of the Lee Enfield rifle for daily cleaning.  read more

Code: 51085

45.00 CAD

Button Polish Bar

Button Polish Bar

These are a common kit items used to protect the clothing when polishing ones buttons and were often found in the wash roll pouch. There is a train of thought these were never meant to be carried in these rolls because there were no brass buttons to polish in the field. There were brass buttons on the greatcoat, but polished brass in the field was not encouraged. A nice item to have as it wa...  read more

Code: 51083

15.00 CAD

WWII Field Dressing for BD Pocket

WWII Field Dressing for BD Pocket

Standard Field Dressing with slight tear over the date, but a period piece. 194x is all that can be seen.  read more

Code: 51082

50.00 CAD

WWI 13th Bn Sporran

WWI 13th Bn Sporran

Offered is a 13th Bn sporran with all of its parts intact and in good condition, with some minor storage damage to the black leather cantle.  read more

Code: 51080

475.00 CAD

48th Highlander Other Ranks Bonnet c.1900

48th Highlander Other Ranks Bonnet c.1900

An early bonnet with 4 plumes, red, white and blue checker board base, nice shape, the leather liner and chin strap is missing, the frame is sound and silk tail is deteriorated. The nice thing about this example, although not 100% in condition, it has the early ribbon backing to the badge. The badge is the first pattern issued to the regiment in the early 1890s. Not perfect, but it looks gre...  read more

Code: 51077

550.00 CAD

Lord Strathcona Horse Dragoon Helmet c.1912

Lord Strathcona Horse Dragoon Helmet c.1912

A desired helmet for collectors of Cavalry or Canadian Headgear. Brass helmet with the original red and white plume unique to this unit. The liner is complete and all the hardware is functional and intact. The badge is slightly raised from the helmet, but secured and fitting the post holes. Chin strap included with its backing.  read more

Code: 51076

SOLD

10th Royal Grenadiers Busby c. 1912

10th Royal Grenadiers Busby c. 1912

A good example of the standard Guards busby, but in the service of a Toronto unit that did not have Guards status. The 10th RG was given the privilege of wearing the Grenadier Guards tunic and busby, replacing the older version the unit wore that more resembled the Fusilier busby. We know it is 10th RG with the red and white plume of the left side of the headdress. It has all of its hair, th...  read more

Code: 51074

650.00 CAD

Queen's Own Rifles Six Panel Universal Pattern Helmet

Queen's Own Rifles Six Panel Universal Pattern Helmet

This offer is a very well made ORs pith helmet from a Montreal Maker. All the parts on it are blackened for a Rifle Regiment. This is a great example of a late Victorian piece of headgear worn by one of Canada's best known and storied militia regiments. The cloth cover and liner in great shape, the outer shell yellowed and slightly soiled. The chinstrap complete and the liner in excellent co...  read more

Code: 51075

1450.00 CAD

11th Irish Fusilier of Canada Busby c.1914

11th Irish Fusilier of Canada Busby c.1914

Offered is a busby to a unit from Vancouver BC that mirrored the traditions of the British Irish Fusiliers. The busby is dated and stamped WD 1914 on the interior. The fur is in grate condition, none of it missing. The badge and proper green plume are present with out signs of rebadging. The helmet is the proper short haired slope top short busby of the Fusilier soldier. The chin scale is mi...  read more

Code: 51073

650.00 CAD

Baugh Brothers - Royal Canadian Regiment

Baugh Brothers - Royal Canadian Regiment

This is an amazing pair of South Africa medals to two brothers serving in the same regiment, both Wounded at Paardeberg. Corporal T.E. Baugh 5136 was Wounded at Paadeberg on the 27th February 1900. He was Mentioned in Dispatches by Col Otter for his actions at Paadeberg. He was issued 2 bars with his QSA medal, receiving it the mail at St John Quebec 23 November 1901. The medal has faint gho...  read more

Code: 50308

4000.00 CAD