This is a superb looking piece of militaria in the form of a peaked cap of the famous Royal Scots Dragoon Guards British cavalry regiment. The cap is size 55 (I’m not sure how that translates into alternate sizes). 108 more words
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Commemorative Medal for the Imperial Manoeuvres at Sasvar, 1902 (Erinnerungsmedaille an die Kaiser- Manöver, Sasvar, 1902)
I have in stock a limited number of side caps and garrison caps. Most are German reproductions though some are original.
Prices range from £10 to £17 with FREE UK delivery and just £3.80 international delivery. 98 more words
This 1960’s UK firefighters helmet from The County of Glamorgan Fire Brigade would compliment a theme or vintage pub or business perfectly. The helmet is size medium and is in very shabby condition as you can see from the photos. 107 more words
Despite the carnage from the night before, the festival was well attended by the public coming to get their fix of armoured vehicles, uniformed personnel and a bit of tank-on-car action which is always good fun, unless you’re in the car in question. 586 more words
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By the end of the 19th century, America was emerging as a global power. Flush with victory from the Spanish-American War and the new possessions of Cuba and the Philippines, American officials began to worry about the attention this newfound influence would bring from the great European empires. 566 more words
World War Two green canvas document pouch or dispatch case marked GWsL 1945 with the broad arrow / crows foot mark on the back. In excellent condition with no rust on the metal fastener and the canvas, whilst a little shabby, is in absolutely top condition. 67 more words