Made in Australia for Britain under the Lend Lease agreement this pair of underpants are dated 1943 & a size 42".
Very good condition.
A WW2 British pistol lanyard in good used condition.
Dating from the WW1 period a field found used tin of German ' Schucreme' which is shoe polish or cream .
No doubt applied to limit the amount of water getting into the boots & left behind or discarded by a German soldier in a forward position.
In very good condition with all enamel remaining & pin to rear intact.
Made by Gaunt .
Sent out by Buckingham Palace with the 'Dead Mans Penny' Death Plaque ' .
A pullout by Dunlop Rubber Company from the May 4th 1945 edition of Country Life magazine ' Saluting & thanking the magnificent men & women of our modern army - an army of specialists ' with a British Paratrooper depicted on the front as painted specially for Dunlop Rubber Company Ltd by TC Dugdale R.A.
Measures 33cm X 24cm.
A very good pair of Canadian battledress trousers dated September 1944.
Clear maker stamp of ' Maritime Pant MFG. CO LTD with overall size given as a Size 8 5ft 7in - 8 in , Waist 32-33 & Breech 38-39 . Date is a clear September 7th 1944. with Canadian inspectors marking.
Fantastic condition with no rips or tears & incredibly no moth at all .
A Captain in Service Dress & Sam Browne belt wearing Royal Army Service Corps badged beret & with Pegasus patch to sleeve of Airborne troops.
Measures just under 30 cm X 21.5 cm.
A Calcutta made Aertex battledress in very good condition.
Measures an approx 38 in chest.
A pair of British army ankle boots dated 1954 & ideal for mannequin display they are identical to the wartime issue .
Excellent condition .
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