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  • badge, headdress, British, Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th-23rd & 29th Battalions (Tyneside Scottish)

    badge, headdress, British, Northumberland Fusiliers, 20th-23rd & 29th Battalions (Tyneside Scottish)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 7365

    White metal badge consisting of the St Andrew’s Cross flanked by thistles. The cross is superimposed with a tablet bearing the title “TYNESIDE SCOTTISH” and above this a tower carrying a lion salient bearing a pennant showing the St Andrew’s Cross. The...

  • camera

    camera

    part of "PRESTON HERBERT WILLIAM LAWSON (LIEUTENANT)" (photographs) Made by: Eastmann Kodak Company (manufacturer)

    2010-10-07/B

    Camera, Eastmann Kodak 8A Folding Pocket Brownie used by Lieutenant Herbert William Lawson Preston to take photographs depicting his service with 120th Field Battery, Royal Field Artillery and 'M' Anti-Aircraft Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery...

  • Kepi, M1933: O/Rs, Sturmabteilung (Nordmark) (SW 134)

    Kepi, M1933: O/Rs, Sturmabteilung (Nordmark) (SW 134)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 8556

    This cap was part of the uniform worn by members of the Sturmabteilung (SA) who functioned as a paramilitary wing of the Nazi party. The SA was founded in 1923 and played a significant role in the Nazi party's rise to power. By 1930 the SA had...

  • Coat, heavy wool: Fire Force 36 (Ilford), National Fire Service

    Coat, heavy wool: Fire Force 36 (Ilford), National Fire Service

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 5678

    Heavyweight plastron-fronted coat of dark blue wool with a stand collar. The coat features two rows of six white metal NFS crested buttons and has a printed circular patch sewn to the left upper chest, comprising 'NFS' above '36'...

  • Belt, Cross-Brace, & Pistol Holster: Officer's, Soviet Army

    Belt, Cross-Brace, & Pistol Holster: Officer's, Soviet Army

    (uniforms and insignia)

    UNI 12536

    Waist belt, cross-brace, attachements & holster Brown leather waist belt fitted with cross-brace and Makarov automatic pistol holster. Fitted to the waist belt are two sliders that feature brass 'D' rings for attaching the officer's...

  • sword, Army, Officer, shin-gunto pattern

    sword, Army, Officer, shin-gunto pattern

    (Weapons and ammunition)

    WEA 2172

    Japaneses Army officer's 'shin-gunto' pattern sword with silver mon with annular device on pommel. (Component parts: sword & scabbard).

  • badge, trade, British, Royal Navy, Mine Clearance Service

    badge, trade, British, Royal Navy, Mine Clearance Service

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 42174

    Immediately after the First World War, the Mine Clearance Service was established to sweep the large numbers of mines laid during conflict. This service was abolished in 1920.

  • Personal equipment: Imperial German (Prussian) Infantryman c1914

    Personal equipment: Imperial German (Prussian) Infantryman c1914

    (Equipment)

    EQU 3800

    M1895 belt (Prussian); M1909 pouches (2 prs); M1887 breadbag; M1907 waterbottle; M1895 pack; M1910 mess tins and M1892 shelter (zeltbahn). M1895 tan leather belt, fitted with brass and white metal Prussian ORs pattern buckle, has two sets of triple...

  • badge, headdress, British, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

    badge, headdress, British, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise's)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 15811

    A white metal hollow-backed headdress badge or tam o'shanter badge for the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, being a circlet inscribed ARGYLL AND SUTHERLAND. Within the voided circlet the cypher "L" of the late Princess Louise, interlaced...

  • badge, headdress, British, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)

    badge, headdress, British, West Yorkshire Regiment (Prince of Wales's Own)

    (uniforms and insignia)

    INS 5571

    bi-metal badge depicting the White horse of Hanover on ground (in white metal), below which is a ornately curved scroll in gilding-metal, inscribed 'WEST YORKSHIRE'.

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