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1850 Service Infantry Belt Integral Frog

1850 Service Infantry Belt Integral Frog

In 1850 the British Army transitioned from Shoulder Belt carry system to a waist belt system. In 1850 they introduced the leather waist belt with a built in integral bayonet frog shaped in the form of the old diagonal suspension system used in the British Army for two centuries. It was a bust and the belts were redesigned without this featured stitched on frog. There is no doubt the system re... read more

Code: 50965

350.00 CAD

1882 Cavalry Cartouche Pouch and Shoulder Belt

1882 Cavalry Cartouche Pouch and Shoulder Belt

This is the standard Cartridge box for the Martini Henry Carbine ammo. The flap is in nice condition and has slots for a badge to be affixed, the badge impression can be seen in the leather. The lid is stiff and there is a signs of stress at the hinge. The back of the box has suffered exposure to extreme heat with some rippling in the leather finish, not uncommon for this equipment. The Bri... read more

Code: 50964

850.00 CAD

1874 Canteen with Carry Strap and Insulated Sleeve

1874 Canteen with Carry Strap and Insulated Sleeve

This is the standard 1874 Canteen with white carry straps with the addition of a khaki wool sleeve to keep the water cool approved in 1882. No idea the campaign this may have been used in, but definitely for hot weather. With the modification date, probably Egypt. One minor small hole in Khaki sleeve, everything in great shape, with key plug still in place. Markings on the bottom read WCM ove... read more

Code: 50963

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1858 Royal Navy Enfield Cutlass Bayonet

1858 Royal Navy Enfield Cutlass Bayonet

A decent example of the 1858 Cutlass-Bayonet produced for use as both a sword and a bayonet for the Sea Service Enfield Rifle. The slightly curved, flat, pointed blade is 27" long, with a fairly clean surface, with some pitting on one side close to the point. The hilt is in good condition with original paint, the composite black checkered grip complete and sound, the bayonet catch functional.... read more

Code: 50958

550.00 CAD

East India Company Dirk c.1800

East India Company Dirk c.1800

We have in stock a very typical Midshipman's dirk with a curved plain blade, ivory checkered grip and lion head mask pommel, no scabbard. The blade has some minor wear, without any decoration or maker mark. The gilded hilt has a guard with the East India Co. Lion standing rampant with a shield. The gilt finish is still present and the ivory grip has suffered a crack about 1" in length. A nic... read more

Code: 50957

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Royal Navy Dirk c. 1795 - 1812

Royal Navy Dirk c. 1795 - 1812

Offered here a Royal Navy Midshipman's dirk with lion mask pommel. It has an aged patina 7" blade in dagger form, with etching of a Georgian crown over a roped anchor. The Maker is Davies, likely Edward Davies who took over from David Davies shop 1796-1801. it has a Very attractive gilt floral cross guard and pommel with lion's mask. The decorative grip of ivory, suffering a crack about 2" al... read more

Code: 50956

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1845 Royal Navy Cutlass

1845 Royal Navy Cutlass

Here we have on offer an 1845 Royal Navy cutlass from the mid Victorian era. It has a 27" steel blade and iron hilt and grip painted with original black paint. The unmarked blade is in very good condition, with minor pitting near the spear point. The hilt is solid and tight. No scabbard.  read more

Code: 50955

595.00 CAD

1804 Navy Cutlass with Figure 8 Guard

1804 Navy Cutlass with Figure 8 Guard

The standard 1804 cutlass with the preferred figure "8" hilt guard, steel grip and full length blade. The blade has typical wear common to these swords with an excellent GR cypher stamp. A really nice example. read more

Code: 50948

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Brass Powder Flask c.1840s - 60s

Brass Powder Flask c.1840s - 60s

A fine 8" Civilian brass powder flask made in Birmingham, England. Probably for a hunting rifle, its spring closer still functions and it has a very fine patina with some minor dents from use. read more

Code: 50073

35.00 CAD

The 1st King Edwards Horse cap Badge BEF

The 1st King Edwards Horse cap Badge BEF

The King’s Colonials was created in 1901 from Colonials residing in and around London, was formed originally of four squadrons representing the senior members of the Empire. A fifth squadron, ’New Zealand’, was formed in 1903 but was disbanded the following year.

The unit did not serve in South Africa, but did serve in WWI. The badge offered here is the badge worn during the fi... read more

Code: 50254

50.00 CAD