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A very nice large WW2 Royal Navy signalling flag indicating ‘Speed’. The flag is panel stitched and has its original rope and bronze Inglefield clips. The hoist is stamped F537 and has the broad arrow mark.
The flag has no holes and some light marks as expected with its age.
A nice collectors piece.
The flag measures 60” long by 45” tall.
A WW2 RAF water sterilizing tin. The tin contains 2 glass bottles. One contains 50 ‘Sterilizing Tablets’ and the other contains 50 blue 'Thio Tablets’.
These were part of the RAF’s dinghy survival pack and were mainly issued to aircrews in the Far East in conjunction with survival kits and the Lightweight Tropical 'Beadon' flying suit.
The bottles are unopened and the tin has its original card packing to protect the glass. The instructions for use are printed on the inside of the tin lid.
A WW2 A.R.P. (Air Raid Precaution) wardens whistle with chain. The nickel plated whistle is in good working condition and marked ‘A.R.P’ and ‘J.Hudson & Co, Barr Street, Hockley, Birmingham’.
The whistle measures 8 cm long with the chain measuring a further 47 cm.
A 1982 Falklands war good luck badge from the Sun newspaper. The circular tin badge shows a sailor on a white background with the wording ‘The Sun says Good Luck Lads’.
The badges were distributed with the Sun newspaper at the outbreak of the war in the Falkland Islands to show support for our forces.
The 4.4 cm diameter badge has a pin fastening to the rear.
A WW1 National Reserve Cornwall badge. The blue enamel and gilt metal badge is oval in shape with a lapel fastening to the rear.
The rear of the badge is maker marked ‘JR Gaunt London’.
The badge measures 2.7 cm tall by 2.2 cm wide.
Very good condition.
A set of 6 original WW2 British medics wound dressings. The set includes:
First field dressing dated 1942
First field dressing dated 1943
Large medicated wound dressing dated 1944
Medium first aid dressing dated 1939
Medium wound dressing undated
Large mine dressing undated
All 6 dressings are in their original packaging and unopened.
Great for re enactors or display.
A Bulgarian Type 2 knife bayonet for use with the 7.62 mm Kalashnikov AKM and AK74 assault rifle.
Bulgaria produced these Type 2 bayonets from 1974 - 1985. This is one of the most attractive of all the AK bayonets. The bright coloured plastic is often referred to as Bakelite, although it is a modern polymer.
The matching number bayonet and scabbard are in good condition.
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A good WW2 British army officers peaked cap. The cap is badged to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps (RAOC). The cap is complete with leather chinstrap and original kings crown General Service buttons.
The leather band and lining are present and without any holes. The cap has some light age related wear.
A good original example.
A WW2 RAF bomber / air crew flask by Thermos. The black cased flask has a wire handle and screw top lid which doubles as a cup. The original large cork stopper is present and the internal glass lining is undamaged.
The instructions for use are printed on the side of the flask. They are slightly worn but still legible.
The base of the flask is maker marked ’Thermos’ along with a broad arrow and date stamp of 1945.
Good used condition.
The flask stands at 25 cm tall and has a diameter of 12 cm.
A Bulgarian AK74 bayonet. The AK74 knife bayonet for use with the Kalashnikov AK74 assault rifle. This bayonet will also mount to the 7.62 mm AKM assault rifle.
The AK74 bayonet is currently in service with the Bulgarian Army.
The bayonet and scabbard have matching numbers (3974) with the leather hanger present.
Blade length is 15.6 cm and the overall length is 28.6 cm.
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