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WW2 Royal Observer Corps Lapel Badge

A WW2 Royal Observer Corps large lapel badge. The pre 1941 badge has a blue enamel ring with the words ‘Forewarned is Forearmed, Observer Corps’.

The badge shows an Elizabethan coastwatcher holding a flaming torch and scanning the horizon. The reverse of the badge has the makers mark ‘ Phillips Aldershot‘.

28mm diameter.

A pre 1941 example as the word ‘Royal’ was awarded to the Observer Corps in April 1941. This was in recognition of service carried out by Observer Corps during the Battle of Britain.

Code: 50740

20.00 GBP

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19th Century Powder Flask

An early 19th century powder flask made by ‘G & J W Hawksley‘. The flask has a copper body in the traditional powder flask pear shape with a brass rim and neck. The flask was adjustable from 2 1/4, 2 1/2 and 2 3/4 drams. The original owner has fixed the measure to 2 1/2 drams.

The release spring coil works perfectly and the flask has some minor light dents. Overall good condition and with a very nice patina.

The flask measures 20 cm tall by 8 cm wide.

Code: 50739

45.00 GBP

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WW2 British Civil Defence ARPAX

A WW2 British civil defence ARPAX. The ARPAX was manufactured by the Chillington Tool Company Limited of Wolverhampton.

The insulated handle is encased in rubber which provided protection if the axe severed an electric cable. Moulded into the handle is 'TESTED 20,000 VOLTS'.

Good solid condition with no damage to the rubber handle casing. Some of the original red paint is visible.

The axe measures 38 cm tall and the head is 20 cm wide.



Code: 50738

30.00 GBP

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East German Type 1 Bayonet

An East German Type 1 knife bayonet for use with the 7.62 mm Kalashnikov AKM assault rifle. East Germany produced the Type II bayonet from 1985 - 1987.

The Type 1 bayonet has a one-piece moulded plastic grip and pommel with a stainless steel blade. The unfullered clip-point blade has saw teeth along the spine.

The steel scabbard body had a lug at the point that engaged a window cut into the blade, so that bayonet and scabbard could be combined as a wirecutter. The scabbard body had a rubber insulator, making it safe to cut electrified wire.



Code: 50737

60.00 GBP

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WW2 Russian PPSh-41 Drum Magazine

A Russian WW2 PPSh-41 71 round drum magazine. The 7.62 x 25mm magazine is in good working condition with the ‘Molot’ factory stamp.


Code: 50736

30.00 GBP

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WW2 Imperial Japanese Army Trousers

A pair of WW2 Imperial Japanese Army enlisted man / NCO’s wool trousers. The trousers are complete with all the original wooden buttons and waist belt. Manufactured in Osaka 1943.

2 side pockets.

Good condition with no rips, repairs or holes.

Code: 50735

130.00 GBP

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Imperial Japanese Army Shanghai Occupation Sake Bottle

A very nice and uncommon shaped Imperial Japanese Army sake bottle. The green ceramic bottle commemorates the ‘Triumphant Memorial’ of the ‘Battle of Shanghai’ in 1937.

The battle for Shanghai lasted 3 months in 1937 and was one of the largest and bloodiest battles fought between China and Imperial Japan.

The bottle shows a painted furled Japanese war flag and an army helmet between 2 chrysanthemums.

The sake bottle stands at 14.5 cm and has a diameter of 6.5 cm.

Good condition with no chips or cracks.

Code: 50734

48.00 GBP

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Imperial Japanese Army Sake Cup 33rd Infantry Regiment

A beautiful Imperial Japanese Army ceramic sake cup. The helmet or Ochoko shaped cup has a fantastic hand painted national and war flag with the imperial army star on the interior. The cup is named to a soldier ‘Usami’ and celebrates ‘Triumphant Memorial of the 33rd Infantry Regiment’.

The 33rd Infantry Regiment were involved in the battle of Leyte in the Philippines in 1944.

The cup has a diameter of 5.6 cm and stands at 2.7 cm tall and has no chips or cracks.

A very nice example.

Code: 50731

28.00 GBP

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Imperial Japanese Russo War Medal 1904 1905

A fantastic boxed Japanese Russo - Japan war medal. The Russo-Japanese War was fought during 1904 and 1905 between the Russian Empire and the Empire of Japan over rival imperial ambitions in Manchuria and Korea. The war ended with a victory for the Japanese empire.

The gilded bronze medal has the traditional Japanese hook and eye fixing.

Good example in original box.

Code: 50727

50.00 GBP

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Japanese Order Of The Rising Sun Medal 7th Class

A Japanese Order of the Rising Sun 7th class medal. The Order of the Rising Sun was Japan’s first decoration, being instituted by Council of State Decree on 10 April 1875.

The solid silver medal is awarded in eight classes with the 7th and 8th classes being abolished in 2003.

The medal has the traditional Japanese hook and eye fixing and is complete with its original black lacquered presentation box.

A very nice example.

Code: 50726

50.00 GBP

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