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  • Telephone

    Telephone

    (Equipment) 1914

    COM 981

    Telephone from the office of the First Lord of the Admiralty. This telephone stood on the desk of the First Lord of the Admiralty throughout the First World War. It was used in succession by Mr Winston Churchill, Mr Arthur Balfour, Sir Edward Carson,...

  • Abseil harness

    Abseil harness

    (Equipment)

    EQU 413

    Abseil harness.

  • Telephone

    Telephone

    (Equipment)

    COM 980

    Telephone from the office of the British Secretary of State for War. This telephone stood on the desk of the Secretary of State for War throughout the First World War. It was used in succession by Mr Herbert Asquith, Field Marshal Lord Kitchener, Mr...

  • magazine carrier, MP5

    magazine carrier, MP5

    (Equipment)

    EQU 417

    Magazine carrier

  • respirator, S6: British

    respirator, S6: British

    (Equipment)

    EQU 411

    One anti-gas respirator

  • Black Leather belt British Union of Fascists -

    Black Leather belt British Union of Fascists -

    (Equipment)

    EQU 414

    One black leather belt, attached to pistol holster and mazagine carrier.

  • abseil harness, Karbiner 3000, Figure of Eight

    abseil harness, Karbiner 3000, Figure of Eight

    (Equipment)

    EQU 412

    One green abseil harness, one Karbiner 3000 KG, one Figure of Eight.

  • magazine carrier, pistol

    magazine carrier, pistol

    (Equipment)

    EQU 416

    One pistol magazine carrier in black leather.

  • holster, black leather, Pistolet Makarova & PM

    holster, black leather, Pistolet Makarova & PM

    (Equipment)

    EQU 415

    One black leather pistol holster attached to a black leather belt and magazine carrier.

  • Flag, Ensign, German Navy (miniature)

    Flag, Ensign, German Navy (miniature)

    (Equipment)

    FLA 463

    First World War period German Naval ensign which was found beneath the floorboards of 65 Old Town, Clapham, London. During the First World War German prisoners of war were kept in this house.

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