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  • 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, 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.

  • 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.

  • No 3 Mine Detector

    No 3 Mine Detector

    (Equipment)

    FEQ 443

    Mine detector comprising 2-detector heads, handle: detector heads bear stamped markings: 'ZA 22175' / 'ZA 22158'.

  • trench sign, Jam Row

    trench sign, Jam Row

    (Equipment)

    FEQ 76

    sign rectangular metal sign lettered in black on rusted surface, metal torn by removal from support stake and holed by smallarms fire.

  • Proto Mine Rescue Breathing Apparatus

    Proto Mine Rescue Breathing Apparatus

    (Equipment)

    EQU 3930

    The Proto self-contained breathing apparatus comprises a chest mounted canvas covered ‘breathing bag’, oxygen cylinders, supply tubes, a nose clip, a mouth-piece, and a skull cap.

  • Wireless Equipment, Transmitter Spark Gap Type Number 4, British

    Wireless Equipment, Transmitter Spark Gap Type Number 4, British

    (Equipment) Made by: W.D. Wireless Factory No 4 : Soho W No 2

    COM 142

    British Army 1914-1918 period wireless Spark Gap transmitter. Made by the War Department Factory, Soho W Number 2. Part of a ground transmitting station and believed to be a development of the Type 52 Sterling Set airborne transmitter.

  • Water bottle, British

    Water bottle, British

    (Equipment)

    EQU 3857

    Water bottle cloth covered metal waterbottle.

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