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  • Friction Pad MKII (bomber's - for igniting grenades)

    Friction Pad MKII (bomber's - for igniting grenades)

    (Equipment) Made by: Lion Fireworks Company

    EQU 3933

    Friction Pad rectangular-shaped cardboard striker pad with two attached green cloth tying tapes. The underside has the maker's details printed on paper and glued to the pad. (Printed details: 'H. 1257 / BRASSARD, FRICTION Mk II / FOR STRIKING...

  • brassard, British, wounded officers

    brassard, British, wounded officers

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 7531

    First World War period armband as worn by wounded British Army officers.

  • Flag, Pennon, British Forces Cyprus 1958-59

    Flag, Pennon, British Forces Cyprus 1958-59

    (Equipment)

    FLA 719

    Pennon

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

    Puttees (long): O/Rs, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12292

    Puttees

  • Trousers, Battledress (denim)

    Trousers, Battledress (denim)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13509

    Second World War period British Army issue denim trousers. Officially termed as, 'Denim overalls, 1939 pattern', this working dress uniform was a copy of the serge Battledress. Primarily intended for dirty work and whilst carrying out various...

  • Bush Jacket, Khaki Drill: Second Lieutenant, Singapore District Command

    Bush Jacket, Khaki Drill: Second Lieutenant, Singapore District Command

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 6541

    Single-breasted four pocket bush jacket of khaki drill.

  • Puttees (short): British

    Puttees (short): British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13257

    Puttees Pair of khaki woven puttees with a light khaki tying tape to each puttee.

  • Shorts, KD Service Dress S.P. 1918

    Shorts, KD Service Dress S.P. 1918

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12469

    First World War period British Army issue khaki drill shorts. Sealed pattern (8 October 1918) issued from the Royal Army Clothing Department. Worn in tropical theatres, the turn-up legs of the shorts could be lowered to protect the wearer's legs...

  • Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    Shorts, Tropical Khaki Drill: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13198

    The basic khaki drill tropical dress of the 1930s remained in service with troops serving in hot & tropical climates, including the jungles of Burma and Malaya in 1942. The colour was found to be less than satisfactory against the background of the...

  • balaclava, green wool, British Army issue

    balaclava, green wool, British Army issue

    (uniforms and insignia) Made by: S D and S Limited 1952

    UNI 9802

    balaclava green wool open faced balaclava

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