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  • sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    part of "sword bayonet Pattern 1907, third type, with scabbard" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Sanderson Brothers and Newbould 1917-11

    WEA 474.1

    SPECIMEN & (SEE) WEA 467 & WEA 470 & WEA 472.

  • 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....

  • Gas Rattle

    Gas Rattle

    (Equipment)

    FEQ 850

    Rattle (L 28cm x W 6cm x H 19cm) made from wood and metal. The rattle bears the following stamped markings: Government broad arrow (property mark), '31', 'G'.

  • craniotomy instruments in holdall

    craniotomy instruments in holdall

    (Equipment)

    SUR 598

    holdall & 10 instruments or parts thereof

  • machete - unidentified pattern

    machete - unidentified pattern

    part of "British Army machete with scabbard" (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: S & J Kitchin Ltd, Sheffield

    WEA 753.1

    Hilt form: narrow slab-sided two-piece black plastic grips which broaden slightly towards pommel. Grips are secured to tang by five steel rivets with washers, the two rivets nearer pommel are arranged one above the other. A small hole is formed through...

  • bayonet, sword, Pattern 1907, British

    bayonet, sword, Pattern 1907, British

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

    WEA 2084.1

    Straight single-edged blade. Straight crossguard with muzzle ring. Grip comprised of two wooden pieces secured with two screws. Pommel has bar atttachment groove in the top and on the side a press stud and oil cleaning hole.

  • 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

  • Strombos Horn, Mk II

    Strombos Horn, Mk II

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

    FEQ 847.1

    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.

  • sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    sword bayonet for Short Magazine Lee-Enfield rifle (SMLE Mark 3) & Pattern 1907, third type

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Wilkinson Sword Company

    WEA 490

    SPECIMEN & (SEE) WEA 467 & WEA 470 & WEA 472.

  • goggles, anti-gas (British)

    goggles, anti-gas (British)

    (Equipment)

    EQU 3914

    Anti-gas goggles comprisng a pair of metal-framed circular glass eyepieces mounted on a sponge-backed leather mask, complete with adjustable headband of black elasticated fabric.

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