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  • 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...

  • Jerkin, Sheepskin: British

    Jerkin, Sheepskin: British

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 6061

    Sheepskin, goatskin and other animal skin garments were worn by British soldiers during the First World War. More commonplace were the sleeveless goatskins, often referred to as 'Wooly Bears,' 'Teddy Bears, and 'Stinkers.'...

  • 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.

  • Strombos Horn, Mk II, connector hose

    Strombos Horn, Mk II, connector hose

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

    FEQ 847.4

    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.

  • Jacket, 1907 pattern service dress: O/Rs, British Army

    Jacket, 1907 pattern service dress: O/Rs, British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12588

    Jacket Khaki serge single-breasted four pocket jacket with stand & fall collar.

  • 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.

  • Bush Jacket, Jungle Green (Aertex) Indian Pattern: British Army

    Bush Jacket, Jungle Green (Aertex) Indian Pattern: British Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 13838

    Single-breasted jacket of lightweight aertex material, jungle green, with four flapped patch pockets and epaulettes. The upper breast pockets are closed by fibre buttons, and the same type (5) close the front.

  • 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

  • Blanket (grey): British Army

    Blanket (grey): British Army

    (Equipment)

    EQU 237

    Grey wool blanket.

  • Webbing, 1937 pattern (Skeleton Order)

    Webbing, 1937 pattern (Skeleton Order)

    (Equipment)

    EQU 4577

    Pair of top-opening basic ammunition pouches mounted to a waist belt,with matching brace support straps; a waterbottle and carrier are fittedl right side. The ensemble is made of green blancoed canvas webbing and all metal components are made of brass.

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