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Scarce WW1 Boots the Chemist Patriotic Postcard - The King's Message to his Army

A thick card in good condition. Postally unused but has a contemporary message on the reverse. Very good condition. Printed in Nottingham, which is still the city which houses the HQ of the Boots Corporation. Scarce.

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Code: 58838Price: 12.00 GBP


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Magnificent WW1 Original Postcard of Scots Guards on the march - pipers to the front!

One of my favourite WW1 images of a guards battalion on the march - are we downhearted - No. Postally unused and no corner wear, slight wrinkles from storage in an album. Love the fact they can puff on pipes and smoke at that pace!

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WW1 original Postcard - Aviator prepares his Maxim Gun

Postally unused, French printed card, looks like it came from a set of cards as the left side is perforated. Very good condition. Love the fact the pilot is puffing on a cigarette!

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Code: 58837Price: 8.00 GBP


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2nd Battalion ( Fifth ) Northumberland Fusiliers Colours and Drums Postally Used Postcard

Some corner wear, especially to top right corner, but otherwise in very good condition for having gone through the postal system. Stamp bears cancellation mark for 23rd March 1910. Sent by Private 690 Frank Rickwood, A Coy, 2NF when at the Citadel, Dover, to his Aunt.

Note the Colour Sergeant on the left of the image wears a Royal Humane Society ( RHS ) medal on his right chest.

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Original Victorian Photograph - Army Bandmaster - Photographer Penrith, Cumbria

A small circular image mounted on a square card, 9.1cm square. Image is 4.8cm in diameter. I have slightly enhanced the close up image so you can get a good view of the cap with the Victorian crown bandmaster's cap badge. It is however, very clear without the need for enhancement. Penrith, Cumbria photographer. Some wear to card edges and some fade to image. A rare image.

Code: 58835Price: 6.00 GBP


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2 early 17 lancer Art Postcards

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Pre WW1 Original Postcard of Rifle Regiment Territorial Cyclist Despatch Riders

Postally unused from the Bill Hopkins postcard collection. Close of up of Cap badges show these to be crowned Maltese crosses. Taken of despatch riders with the cycles and rifles under or "Bivvy". Taken at Crowborough in 1911. no doubt the annual territorial camp. Scarce image. Card in good condition.

Code: 58562Price: 12.00 GBP


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WW1 Photo of Private Soldier Foreign Service Dress and Wolseley Helmet with Regimental Flash ( Suffolk Regiment ?)

Postally unused, matt finish, name Mrs E Harden to reverse. In very good condition. Crisp image, clothes equally crisp suggesting this was taken before departing overseas. Wolseley Helmet has large regimental flash visible to side. Looks like Suffolk Regiment to me but happy to be corrected. 1st Battalion went to Egypt in 1915 having had a very hard time of it at Ypres.

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Code: 58435Price: 15.00 GBP


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WW1 - 1/5th Hampshire Regiment ( in India ) Pioneer Sergeant Original Black and White Postcard Portrait photograph - wearing IGS medal ribbon

Postally unused, gloss finish and blank reverse. An amazingly crisp original portrait with a very clear image of his wolseley sun helmet and pagri flash " 5 / Hants ", colour sergeant sash, pioneer crossed axes above sergeant chevrons to right arm, and his IGS medal ribbon, which dates the photo nicely to later in 1919.

1/5th Battalion The Hampshire Regiment ( Territorial Force ) HQ Carlton Place, Southampton was part of the Hampshire Brigade, Wessex Division. Mobilised on 5th August 1914, the Division was sent to India and remained there throughout WW1. In May 1919, the 1/5th Hants took part in the Third Afghan War and was awarded the India General Service Medal with clasp "Afghanistan NWF 1919 (6th May - 8th August 1919). The Division returned to the UK on the 8th November 1919.

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Code: 58434Price: 25.00 GBP


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Stunning Original Photographic Postcard Portrait - Mounted Infantry Trooper with Boer War Medals

A stunning image, postally unused, clear image of collar badges which suggest it is something to do either with the King's Own Lancaster Regiment or York & Lancaster Regiment. I cannot make my mind up, any information welcome.

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Code: 58341Price: 18.00 GBP

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