WW2 British issue ski repair kit comprising of three white cotton bags of various size screws and fasteners along with a wooden nose and tip with a fastening block attached to the top. The kit also contains a pair of ski pole baskets with leather bindings. Four extra leather binding are also contained in the kit as is a long leather strap, and the issue flat head screw driver and drill bit key all stored in the issue canvas carry bag with draw string closure. A rare and seldom seen kit item.
Match pair of WW2 British issue paratroopers knee pads. Leather construction with leather covered padded interior. Leather straps with nickel silver buckles. Stamp marked on interior “S.HG.Ld.” with a production date of 1942 with the Broad arrow. Stamped below with year of issue, 1944, also with the British Broad arrow. Un-issued condition.
1907 Enfield bayonet for the SMLE Number 1 Mk.3 Rifle re-issued to the Northwest Railroad, India, and re-dated 1943. Standard 1907 pattern bayonet that has been shortened in both blade length and scabbard length. Two piece wood grips with a persons initials put into one of the panels. Re-conditioned by the India military with 100% blue finish and reconditioned leather scabbard.
Polish Model 1922 Radom bayonet with scabbard and issue frog. Bayonet is marked “F.B. Radom” and “W.P.” on opposite side with Polish Eagle. Blade is very crisp and clean with serial number marked on the guard. Two piece wood panel grips with steel smooth rivets holding them in place. The bayonet is complete black finished matching scabbard and issue black leather frog which shows use with the scabbard being in very good condition. Both the hilt and pommel have been cleaned and polished sometime in the past.
Model 1905 Mk.II** in .303 British calibre with 30.5 inch barrel. Rifle retains most of it blued finish with full length wood stock also in very good condition showing is original finish. Original sights and sling swivels in place. Bore is a little dark with the rifling showing nicely and the action working correctly and locking up tightly and firing properly. Bolt has been pinned to be kept in the correct configuration so it cannot be taken apart and assembled incorrectly.
Stock is clearly marked Mk.II** and dated 1912. The stock is also marked 4/14 for April of 1914 with stamp markings showing issue to the 82nd Battalion, Calgary, as well as the 32nd Battalion, Manitoba/Saskatchewan. To the right of these marks, the stock is also marked 1/15 ( January 1915) with a stamp mark showing issue to the 63rd Battalion, Edmonton.
PAL required. Canadian Residence only.
WW2 British issue flare gun cartridge tin, as manufactured by The Metal Box Company. Dated 5/45 with the front marked “6 Signals, Double Star, Yellow, Mk.1″. Hinged pressure fit metal lid marked with a yellow star signifying the type of flare in the tin. Very good original condition.