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- Birmingham Small Arms Company, Birmingham, England
- British Bath Co Ltd, Greenford
- Chamberlain & Hill Ltd, Lichfield
- Chesterman, Sheffield
- Davis Gas Stove Limited, Luton
- E J Woollams-Seeney
- F Greaves and Sons, Sheffield
- Glover amd Main Limited, Edmonton
- Herbert J Thormann, London
- J H W and S
- M & B P
- Peninsular Hat Manufacturing Company, Calcutta
- Roberts, William
- Rogers, Gilbert
- Savage Arms Corporation, Utica, NY, USA
- T (B) Limited
- T Adshead, Dudley, Worcestershire
Rectangular flag with a red fabic cross sewn onto a white background and a drawing painted in black of a hand pointing. There is a piece of cord through two eyelets at each edge of the flag and a rod sewn into the hem at one end.
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: J H W and S 1940
Grenade, pin, fly-off lever, base plug, baseplate No 36M grenade with baseplate which screws into the base plug (for use with rifle cup discharger); painted red around top.
(uniforms and insignia)
Side cap of khaki / green serge cloth. Two brass buttons on the front, while the sides are pinned through holes to the inside. Inside is lined with cotton, which has stiffened through use. Written on the inside is: "149444, Mar 1st 1945..[?]"
Compass, black handle, wooden hinged box painted green with the words "SUN COMPASS (HOWARD PATTERN) MKII" stamped on the top, and 6 gnomon (metal rods).
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Enfield 1911
The Short, Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle was adopted for British service in 1902. Variants of the design subsequently saw service in both World Wars and, in certain countries, long afterwards. The rifle was the brainchild of the War Office Small Arms...
(Weapons and ammunition) 1941
British Second World War period Mk V anti-tank mine.
(Weapons and ammunition)
Slide rule consisting of a rectangular metal plate screwed onto a varnished wooden block. The slide rule is inscribed "No. 700 BATTERY-COMMANDER'S RANGE RULE".
Heavy duty, waterproof canvas gaiters, black and green on different sides with tabs of the same canvas and brass buckles.
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Walco 1916
Black metal bat with rounded ends and two small teeth on each side. The key is marked "KEY No. 30 PRIMER 3 & 6 PR" and "WALCO 1916".
(Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Osler 1918
Heavy black metal bar with semi-circular heads at both ends. The heads are marked "101 FUZE" and "106 FUZE".