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  • Scabbard for bayonet, sword, Pattern 1907, British

    Scabbard for bayonet, sword, Pattern 1907, British

    part of "bayonet, sword, Pattern 1907, British" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Wilkinson

    WEA 2084.2

    Top mount is blackened brass. It has three rivets securing the mouthpiece on each side and a frog stud and is fixed to the body by one staple on each side. The body is blackened leather. A stitched seam runs down the side opposite the frog stud. A long (...

  • Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12837

    The British Army reverted to black leather ankle boots for non-commissioned personnel after the First World War. Constructed of leather with the smooth side outermost, from the 1930s they were fitted with protective toe caps of similar style to those...

  • Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12845

    The British Army reverted to black leather ankle boots for non-commissioned personnel after the First World War. Constructed of leather with the smooth side outermost, from the 1930s they were fitted with protective toe caps of similar style to those...

  • Boots, ankle, O/Rs (British)

    Boots, ankle, O/Rs (British)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12596

    Boots A pair of matching brown leather laced ankle-length boots with no toe caps, studded.

  • Level, Pocket (Abney) Mk IV 4 (Aust) V B A 2221

    Level, Pocket (Abney) Mk IV 4 (Aust) V B A 2221

    (Equipment) Made by: J W Handley, Australia 1942

    OPT 483

    level, case, strap, empty case

  • Anklets, 1937 Pattern: British Army

    Anklets, 1937 Pattern: British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13167

    The 1937 pattern anklets, sometimes referred to as gaiters, were an improved alternative to puttees. Made of canvas webbing, they were uncomplicated and simple to put on as well as to remove.

  • Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'): O/Rs

    Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'): O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13507

    Second World War period British Army issue boots.

  • Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    Boots, ankle length ('ammunition boots'), O/Rs

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13168

    The British Army reverted to black leather ankle boots for non-commissioned personnel after the First World War. Constructed of leather with the smooth side outermost, from the 1930s they were fitted with protective toe caps of similar style to those...

  • Hat, Fur, Russian Civil War (British)

    Hat, Fur, Russian Civil War (British)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12431

    Britain had been active in aiding Russia to fight against the Germans, sending troops to guard stores at Murmansk and Archangel. Later, further detachments were sent fight with the White Russian forces against the Bolsheviks after the Revolution. From...

  • Boots, Field Service: Officer's, British Army

    Boots, Field Service: Officer's, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13919

    Tall partially laced boots of brown leather with toe caps, each boot having leather adjusting straps & metal buckles fitted to the tops. The boots have commercially produced white metal blocking forms fitted inside.

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