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  • Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    Anglo-French Steel Cap Liner: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12601

    cap Liner

  • wound stripe, horse decoration, British

    wound stripe, horse decoration, British

    (souvenirs and ephemera)

    EPH 8022

    Piece of horse furniture, for decoration. Collar-like leather strap doubled over at the ends, a brass button in attached to the outer face. Another flap of leather is sewn to the strap, this has a slit with an enlarged end to accommodate the button. In...

  • Boots, ankle length, black, O/Rs (British)

    Boots, ankle length, black, O/Rs (British)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12346

    First World War period British Army issue black leather ankle boots.

  • Boots, Field Service (Officer's)

    Boots, Field Service (Officer's)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12336

    Boots Matching pair of fine quality tall brown leather slip-on boots of riding style.

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

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

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12828

    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...

  • 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

  • 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, 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.

  • Boots, ankle length (brown): Officer's

    Boots, ankle length (brown): Officer's

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13173

    Brown leather ankle boots were worn by commissioned officers of the British Army in field service dress, including with tropical uniforms overseas.

  • Vehicle Scale Model, Austin K2 Ambulance, British

    Vehicle Scale Model, Austin K2 Ambulance, British

    (Vehicles, aircraft and ships)

    MOD 193

    Approximately 1/8th scale wood and metal model of an Austin K2 Ambulance, painted green with white circle and red cross markings. Doors open to reveal detailed interior, including two detachable stretchers

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