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Rare Victorian Era Issued Tin Cup

Rare Victorian Era Issued Tin Cup

Offered is a very hard to find basic piece of kit marked with a Victorian Crown and in black. A basic field tin cup for the British Army is a rare find. May have seen Navy issue as well.  read more

Code: 50938

150.00 CAD

Antique 1851 London Pocket Colt Boxed Set (702)

Antique 1851 London Pocket Colt Boxed Set (702)

Offered here is a beautiful complete boxed set pistol with its original 1851 .31 Cal. Pocket London Colt. The set includes the stripping tool, empty powder flask, bullet mold, lead balls, pull through, paper, and empty cap tins. The pistol rates a 2+ based on the American Arms Antique Gun Guide standard of condition with 70% of its original bluing on the barrel and frame, with little wear and ...  read more

Code: 50382

SOLD

WWII Jerkin

WWII Jerkin

Offered is a battlefield used Jerkin from the second World War. These were issued to British and allied forces within the commonwealth. Canadians often received British stock, especially in Italy. The leather is worn with some chafing and obvious field repairs along the rear skirt, probably from wear and tear sitting. The leather buttons are more typical of earlier issued items, one is loos...  read more

Code: 50986

SOLD

1854 Rucksack (with Repro Y Straps)

1854 Rucksack (with Repro Y Straps)

The standard issue 1854 Rucksack issued to British Troops in the Crimea and other campaigns of the era. These packs were also standard issued to Canadian Militia in 1856. The black body is sound with some chafing to the surface, it has an internal wood frame, and the missing Y strap has been replaced with a reproduction strap copied from an original. Well marked inside with Broad Arrow and co...  read more

Code: 50968

800.00 CAD

Field Made Cloth Carry Strap for the 1874 Canteen

Field Made Cloth Carry Strap for the 1874 Canteen

An interesting modified cloth or canvas strap made to carry the 1874 Canteen. Probably an expedient field made item.  read more

Code: 50967

100.00 CAD

1895 Canteen for a Rifle Regiment

1895 Canteen for a Rifle Regiment

Offered is an 1895 Canteen with its cover, issued to a rifle regiment with black carry strap. There is wear along the bottom edge where the wool sleeve has chafed with the carry strap wearing away some of the cover and some minor mothing on the other side. The belt is full length with its original clasp and cork. There is a numeral on the cover "X55". A good example with its original blue en...  read more

Code: 50966

550.00 CAD

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

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

SOLD

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