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  • magnetic holdfast (to give a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring)

    magnetic holdfast (to give a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring)

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 6060

    Magnetic holdfast which gave a saboteur's boat a temporary mooring to the target ship while a limpet mine was planted.

  • scabbard for sword bayonet, Pattern 1907 & Pattern 1907 Mark II (C)

    scabbard for sword bayonet, Pattern 1907 & Pattern 1907 Mark II (C)

    part of "Sword Bayonet, Pattern 1907, with scabbard" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Vickers

    WEA 799.2

    Identical to scabbard for WEA 470.

  • Night Vision Goggles: American

    Night Vision Goggles: American

    (Equipment)

    OPT 541

    Passive night vision goggles of the type used by British helicopter pilots flying covert operations to land SAS reconnaissance parties on the Falklands Islands before the main landings

  • Waterbottle, Harness & Strap, 1903 pattern: British

    Waterbottle, Harness & Strap, 1903 pattern: British

    part of "1903 Pattern Bandolier Equipment (set)" (Equipment)

    EQU 3815.9

    The blue enamelled metal waterbottle is encased within a khaki felt cover and features a brown leather carrying harness, the leather shoulder carrying strap (broken and secured by a safety pin) featuring a woven kahki fabric panel to the apex.

  • Shirt, 1976 pattern: British Army

    Shirt, 1976 pattern: British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13483

    Single-breasted long-sleevedshirt with stand & fall collar and unpleated breast pockets, made of green flannel. This example is fitted witrh a blue lanyard to the left shoulder.

  • Mine, Limpet Type 6 Mark II

    Mine, Limpet Type 6 Mark II

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    MUN 6061

    Limpet Mine Type 6 Mark II with AC delay fuze. This type of mine contained 2.5 lbs of plastic explosive and was used by SOE saboteurs against enemy shipping.

  • Puttees (long): O/Rs, British Army

    Puttees (long): O/Rs, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12384

    Puttees Pair of matching long puttess of kahki wool, complete with tying tapes.

  • Cap, Service Dress 1905 pattern (SP 1912): O/Rs, British Army

    Cap, Service Dress 1905 pattern (SP 1912): O/Rs, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: Myers and Co 1912

    UNI 8509

    The standard service dress cap prescribed for wear by all non-commissioned ranks of the British Army from 1905, excluding Scottish regiments. With its round top and stiff peak, the cap was not an entirely practical form of headdress in sunshine or windy...

  • Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12601

    cap Liner

  • Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie pattern

    Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie pattern

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12587

    Steel helmet Bowl-shaped helmet of olive drab smooth paint finish, having a mild steel rim to the edge. The chinstrap is of brown leather.

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