click for more images
A late Victorian Cabinet Card showing an Officer in the Rifle Brigade?, some spotting to the image, housed in a fine red tooled leather holder, came with the previous listed KRRC Boer Wer group of Images.
A collection of Boer War images from a company of the King's Royal Rifle Corps in Natal 1900 - 1901. The images are 9" x 7" overall and mounted on board with the mount displaying details of where the photograph was taken. Each photograph being 8" x 6" in size. The photographs are dirty with foxing to the mounts but taken with a high quality camera and show superb detail.
Suffolk Regt Collar, Came in a box of dug relics purchased recently, appears to be earth dug, reverse is heavily covered in verdigris.
A scarce other ranks pewter button of the 2nd Regt of Foot. According to Parkyn worn for a very short time around 1800. Has lost some detail but find another, faint maker back marked Nutting & Son, Covent Garden. Shank is present. 20mm. Earth dug.
A WW1 collection box for St Dunstans War Blinded, loss of paint and has crazed over the years, with "Old Bill" rocking figure.
A lovely matched pair of World War One Gordon Highlanders OSD (Officers Service Dress) in bronze, some minor rubbing to the high points otherwise mint.
One pack of original World War One brass black enamelled Army & Navy trouser buttons. I have 10 sets, these are original old stock. Great kit bag fillers. Once they are gone, they are gone, no more.
Worn around the 1830-40 period. Silver Bullion mostly intact some fraying to top corners both epaulettes. 71st Buttons. Some mothing to bottom (see photos) but overall sound condition.
A nice victorian 4th Gordon Highlanders (Donside) Doublet, some slight moth tracking but doesnt really affect how this scarce Doublet displays.
Salvaged from a badly mothed ww2 tunic, a set of shoulder titles and collars to the First Calgary Highlanders. One Shoulder Title maker marked Birks.
website designed and maintained by Concept500