Silver Plated Shooting Trophy to Lieutenant-Colonel G. Hart Dyke, 5th ( Northumberland ) Fusiliers, Commanded 2nd Battalion, 1896 - 1898.
Two handed silver plated shooting trophy awarded to Lieutenant Dyke, 5th Fusiliers in 1874 at Hythe. Hythe was the location of the British Army School of Musketry. There is a dent to the reverse, just above the parallel lines, and a slight nick on the rim, otherwise it is in good condition and the engraving is attractively done. Armourial arms to the reverse. Measures 11cm in diameter and 13c... read more
Bisley Rifle Target Shooting Competition Winner Spoon
An attractive enamel and silver plate (unmarked) spoon with the Bisley emblem of a white target with circles. The addition of the crown suggests it was a military award. Slight wear to silver plate on the left edge of the right gun butt and also to the bolt lever, but overall a lovely item. read more
2nd King Edward VII's Own Gurkha Rifles (The Sirmoor Rifles) Mess Ornament made from Silver Plated Regimental Bugle - Potter London
An unusual possibly unique item to the regiment, beautifully engraved and as originally used by the buglers of the 2nd Battalion of the Regiment before being cut down as a table ornament. Maker marked with the famous maker mark of military musical instruments, Potters of London. Centre has been lead filled to give it weight. King's crown and in very good condition with no dings or dents. Reg... read more
WW1 Trench Art 9th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers Brass ( shell ) Match Box Cover - Souvenir from Fritz!
A unique souvenir presumably made from a German fired shell as the spine has been engraved "Souvenir from Fritz". The front has a French coin dated 1916 mounted to the case (this has been very heavily polished) and has been engraved below this, the Great War 1914 - 1919. On the reverse are the owners details 79766 C.D. Freeston (sic), 9th N.F. Quite stained and some misshaping - this has ... read more
Sherwood Foresters (Notts & Derby Regiment) Brass Duty Plate
An unissued example in superb condition, marked "Duty" to the reverse and maker marked FN Narborough, Birmingham. Pre 1952 with king's crown to cap badge imprint.
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Royal Air Force Silver Plated Napkin Ring - For fine dining in the Mess !
King's crown so pre 1952 and with maker's mark M&Y. Nicely engraved RAF badge. In very good condition. Will tarnish if not polished regularly. If you are interested in more of these let me know. Six available. read more
WW2 USA Ruptured Duck Brass Tie Pin - Honourable Service Discharge Button
The original Ruptured Duck was a cloth insignia depicting an eagle inside a wreath. It was worn on uniforms above the right breast pocket by WWII servicemen and women.
It was issued to US service personnel who were about to leave the military with an Honourable Discharge. It also allowed them to continue to wear their uniform for up to thirty days after they were discharged since there ... read more
WW2 United States Army Officers Visor Cap Badge (small pattern)
Bronze metal (once gilt finished) American Army officer's peaked visor cap badge complete with fixing post (but missing retaining nut). Otherwise in good condition. read more