+44 (0)7887 845854
paul@wdmilitaria.co.uk



HOME PAGECONTACT USTERMSON-LINE SHOPVIEW BASKET


click for more images

Extremely rare WWII Tea Ration

An intact example

Code: 25006Price:


click for more images

Scarce WWII dated 6-pounder Brass Drill Round

Having a hollow brass head

Code: 25005Price:


click for more images

Inert un-fired Presentation 18-pounder Shell

I believe the die-struck name and dates refer to the service of an Ordnance Munitions War Worker

Code: 25004Price:


click for more images

Last shell case fired by 176 Battery, 45 Field Regiment RA, Korea, 8 Nov 1951

A quite unique item of ordnance, prized by its Regiment and clearly carried as a mess ornament for the following sixteen years.

Code: 25003Price: 185.00 GBP


click for more images

Unidentified 19th Century European Military Short Sword

Code: 24998Price: 65.00 GBP


click for more images

Rare 1913 Jäger-Regiment zu Pferde Nr. 8 Saddle

An original 1912 Pattern Imperial German army cavalry saddle

Code: 25000Price: 675.00 GBP


click for more images

Rare WWI Ottoman Turkish Pipe

A handsome and high quality tobacco pipe, the bowl of which is extremely finely inlaid with silver wire, this decoration incorporating the Tughra of Sultan Mehmet V

Code: 24997Price:


click for more images

Long Lee Enfield Rifle Oil Bottle

Code: 25002Price:


click for more images

Scarce WWI British Army 'S1' Binoculars

During the Great War, to make up a shortfall in supply of military specification binoculars from the trade, as a temporary measure the War Department began accepting binoculars from the general public and other sources. These were graded according to their quality. The most frequently encountered today are the non-prismatic "Mk V Special". This set have been graded and marked as "S 1", indicating prismatic stereo binoculars of the highest grade.

Code: 24984Price: 45.00 GBP


click for more images

WWII NAAFI 1/2 Franc Token

Code: 24988Price:

Website designed & maintained by Concept500