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  • Clements knuckleduster knife

    Clements knuckleduster knife

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: George Ibberson & Co, Sheffield

    WEA 726

    Clements knuckleduster knife

  • 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....

  • Steel Helmet, 1st Brodie pattern, original sample

    Steel Helmet, 1st Brodie pattern, original sample

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 377

    helmet Bowl-shaped steel helmet painted in crude dappled camouflage colours of light brown, yellow ochre and orange on an apple green field. The helmet features a pronounced dome with steep sides and the brim is quite shallow in width. The lining...

  • Grenade, hand, anti-tank, No 73 Mk 1 ('Thermos Flask')

    Grenade, hand, anti-tank, No 73 Mk 1 ('Thermos Flask')

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Metal Box Co Ltd (Walton, Liverpool) 1941

    MUN 1587

    This British Second World War period No 73 Grenade Mk 1, sometimes referred to as the 'Thermos Flask' model, for obvious reasons, was first introduced into service in November 1940, but declared obsolete in October 1941. It was reintroduced in...

  • Steel Helmet, MK I Brodie pattern: British Army

    Steel Helmet, MK I Brodie pattern: British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 9572

    First World War British Army issue Mark I steel helmet ('shrapnel helmet'). This type of helmet began to be issued circa May 1916 and, based on the experiences of the earlier Brodie pattern, the Mark I included a two-part liner and thin mild...

  • Steel Helmet, Brodie "War Office" pattern: British Army

    Steel Helmet, Brodie "War Office" pattern: British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 9573

    First World War period British Army issue 'Brodie' pattern steel helmet ('shrapnel helmet'). As a response to the high proportion of head wounds (many caused by artillery shrapnel) the British Army introduced a protective steel helmet...

  • Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie

    Steel Helmet, MKI Brodie

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12254

    helmet Bowl-shaped helmet of drab khaki painted finish (60% of finish remaining), having a mild steel rim to the edge. The chinstrap is of brown leather.

  • Boots, 1914 pattern ankle length, brown (O/Rs)

    Boots, 1914 pattern ankle length, brown (O/Rs)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12258

    boots Pair of steel studded brown leather ankle length boots.

  • Vickers 1.57" MkII Trench Howitzer

    Vickers 1.57" MkII Trench Howitzer

    (Weapons and ammunition) Made by: Vickers Ltd 1916

    ORD 74

    First World War period British trench howitzer (trench mortar). The design, by Messrs Vickers, was approved on 14th January 1915. Six mortars with 250 cast-iron bombs weighing variously 18lb or 33lb filled with permite and detonated by a special fuze,...

  • 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

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