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  • clasp knife, British Army issue (Turner 'Encore' clasp knife)

    clasp knife, British Army issue (Turner 'Encore' clasp knife)

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Thomas Turner and Co, Sheffield

    WEA 731

    First World War period British Army issue clasp knife. Manufactured by Thomas Turner & Co of Sheffield, this knife departs from the standard pattern knife of the period in that its grip scales are made of plain metal, rather than chequered horn....

  • crucifix

    crucifix

    (souvenirs and ephemera)

    EPH 1723

    Crucifix associated with the First World War British Army service of F Gould (on the Western Front, including the Somme).

  • map case, British

    map case, British

    (Equipment) Made by: W and G 1944

    EQU 2836

    map case and strap. khaki webbing flap fixed to a board (H 11in x W 9.2in) and a perspex talc map cover, with brass rivets, poppers and grips for the talc, brass buckles for the neck strap. Inside of flap is stamped: 'W&G / 1944'.

  • Strombos Horn, Mk II, cylinder air valve

    Strombos Horn, Mk II, cylinder air valve

    part of "Strombos Horn, Mk II" (Equipment)

    FEQ 847.3

    First World War period British gas alarm horn. By May 1916, Strombos horns were positioned every quarter of a mile along the front line. The compressed air cylinder allowed the horn to be sounded for over a minute in the event of a gas attack.

  • Jacket, 1907 pattern: O/Rs

    Jacket, 1907 pattern: O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: C I Samuels, London

    UNI 2111

    Jacket khaki serge four-pocket single-breasted jacket with a stand and fall collar made. The jacket features brass General Service (GS) crested buttons, standard shoulder panels and pleated breast pockets.

  • monocular

    monocular

    (souvenirs and ephemera)

    EPH 875

    Miniature brass monocular consisting of a brass tube with an objective lens at one end and a second brass tube that slides inside the first with the eyepiece at the opposite end. The inner tube is prevented from sliding completely out of the outer tube.

  • Haversack, 1937 pattern

    Haversack, 1937 pattern

    (Equipment)

    EQU 4084

    Haversack & sraps khaki canvas haversack with two 'L' shaped equipment straps, the metal fittings being of brass.

  • Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*

    part of "Rifle, Short, Magazine, Lee Enfield, .303 inch, Mk 3*" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: BSA Co Ltd, Birmingham 1918

    FIR 8304.1

    Lee Enfield .303 inch rifle

  • Kit Bag: British Army

    Kit Bag: British Army

    (Equipment)

    EQU 4310

    Kit bag White canvas kit bag that features multiple brass eyelets for threading a security padlock.

  • Strombos Horn, Mk II

    Strombos Horn, Mk II

    (Equipment)

    FEQ 847

    First World War period British gas alarm horn. By May 1916, Strombos horns were positioned every quarter of a mile along the front line. The compressed air cylinder allowed the horn to be sounded for over a minute in the event of a gas attack.

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