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- Hobson & Sons, London
- Hawkes & Co, London
- E W Vero and Co, London
- Mills Equipment Company
- M A S
- MW and S Limited
- Cater's (Cater and Sons), London
- Hobson & Sons (London) Ltd
- L L and L Limited
- M M S (water bottle)
- M W and S Limited
- M W and S Limited (carrier)
- Matterson Brothers
- P Limited
- Peninsular Hat Manufacturing Company, Calcutta
- S Compton, Sons and Webb Limited, London (helmet)
- Vero and Everitt Limited
Set of infantryman's personal equipment, comprising waist belt; two basic ammunition pouches; two support braces; bayonet frog; waterbottle & carrier, and all made of light khaki canvas and fitted with brass metal fittings.
Pair of top-opening basic ammunition pouches mounted to a waist belt,with matching brace support straps; a waterbottle and carrier are fittedl right side. The ensemble is made of green blancoed canvas webbing and all metal components are made of brass.
water bottle, cover/strap round aluminium bottle with cork stopper on string; khaki cloth cover with integral webbing strap, brass fittings
(Equipment) Made by: MW and S Limited 1918
Waistbelt, frog, braces, cartridge carriers (left & right), waterbottle carrier, waterbottle, haversack & intrenching tool carrier (empty).
(Equipment) Made by: Mills Equipment Company 1919
Complete set of canvas webbing of matching colour, consisting of a waist belt, right cartridge carrier, left cartridge carrier, bayonet frog, entrenching tool helve and carrier, entrenching tool head and carrier, water bottle and carrier, 2 braces, and...
(uniforms and insignia) Made by: Peninsular Hat Manufacturing Company, Calcutta 1937
Pale Khaki fabric covered helmet with a leather chin strap; 4 band pagri; 2nd band (from bottom) is black.
(uniforms and insignia)
First World War period British Army issue 'tropical helmet'. The 'Wolesley' pattern helmets were worn by personnel in all tropical theatres as well as the Mediterranean and the Middle East. It was believed that the helmet was...
(uniforms and insignia) Made by: E W Vero and Co, London 1942
(Equipment) Made by: Rover 1941
water bottle and carrier