George the Fifth Crown & robes head with clasp LONG SERVICE 1940. (see previous medal also named to Lionel Pidsley) A 43cm x 35cm B&W real photgraph of Captain Wallace Heaton, M. On the right is a memorium silk to Lydia Clarke, the mother of Ellen Whitfield, who died , of 8 New St. The frame and rear are original and have never been opened. (Other mines reglarly available - please ask for specific requests) We have a large stock of Artillery shell fuzes from about 1880 to the most modern available. This pamphlet deals with the various methods of applying machine gun fire. This is a genuine Regimental Drum from the 17th/21st Lancers.
Superb photo in original glass fronted frame, made in Liverpool. It is in good condition and the price includes UK delivery.
It has a broad black & a narrow black rank stripe and inside has its original removable leather liner and chinstrap. ( 1783 ) Original HMSO Handbook, Air Raid Precautions, Handbook No 1, Personal Protection Against Gas, dated 1938. Within the Corps logo is a poem headed 'Mother' in gold lettering (illustrated).
Manufacturers stamp in the helmet, "Small, upto 6 7/8". This handbook is book No1 of 8 handbooks and covers all aspects of safeguarding the civil population against air attacks where gas is used. Emblazoned in bold lettering at the top of the cover is 'U.
It is fully fur lined with a working front zip and two working lower sleeve grips. It has 61 colour illustrations and is in good condition. This book consists of 350 pages, the book has red cloth covers. It has a broad & a narrow red rank stripe and inside has its original removable leather liner and chinstrap. A broad variety of designs became available during the War Years and became so popular that Army PX's sold these seat covers alongside other supplies ( PX's (Post Exchanges) were retail stores similar to British Forces NAAFI's which are in effect shops for Servicemen at Army, Navy and Air Force bases). The front is a vivid red colour with gold and red printed images and lettering.