WW1 U.S. Cavalry Issue Saddle Bags. Leather construction with flap closure fronts and 3 straps to roller buckles. “U.S” in oval to the front of each flap. Leather is soft and pliable with strong stitching throughout, all in very good original condition.
New Zealand Made Battle Tunic To the 4th Indian Division. WW2 two pocket, open collar, pleated Officer’s battledress. Single pip and crown denoting rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Red on black division patch on each sleeve to the 4th Indian Division, the first formation to leave India and formed part of the original desert force in Egypt.
Maker stamp to the interior “N.Z.D” with a large Broadarrow stamp, and the date Seprember 1941. Ribbon bar in place over the left pocket, showing an 8th Army medal, and Mentioned In dispatches oak leaf.. Tunic shows minor mothing to the bottom of the pockets.
WW2 Danish Madsen machine gun magazine pouch. Heavy leather construction with adjustable carry strap manufactured of leather with a single roller buckle. Large single flap closure with belt strap to single roller buckle. Metal strips to the interior for holding of the magazines when loaded and in place. All in very good condition with strong stitching and a bright original finish. No visible markings.
WW2 Polish J.K. Flare Pistol, 1 and 1/4″ bore with a 10 inch barrel, and measures 14 and 1/2″ overall. Large push button to the side of the action to release the barrel, which tips down. Two piece walnut grips with swivel ring to the bottom of the butt. Side of the action is marked “J.K.” with the serial number 12667. Single action mechanism with large spur trigger. Proof marks to the right side of the barrel at the breech. Retains approx. 90% of it’s original finish with slight damage to the right grip, and shows it’s wartime age and use.
U.S. Model 1913 Enfield Bayonet for use with the Pattern 1914 Rifle in .303. British. Marked “1913” and dated 6-17. Remington marked under date with British Broad arrow to the other side. 2 piece wood panel grips with 2 grooves to each side. Blade is clean with only slight discolouration from age with a sharp factory edge. Complete with issue scabbard with the leather being strong and pliable with no loose stitching. Metal work retains 90% of it’s original finish. Missing belt hooks to the top of the scabbard.
WW1 U.S. 30-40 Krag McKeever Cartridge Pouch marked to the 37th Infantry. Russet brown leather cartridge pouch with 20 canvas loops to contain 20 rounds of 30-40 Krag ammunition. Embossed “U.S.” in oval to the front of the pouch with the closure strap being stamped “37” for the 37th Infantry. Side is stamped “Rock Island Arsenal” with the date 1904. Very nice original condition.
WW1 U.S. Medic’s helmet. Painted white circle with red cross to the front of the helmet, original and period to it. Rolled rim edge with the shell being marked on the interior, “ZA60″. Complete with liner and chinstrap. Leather is soft and pliable showing no damage. Interior padding also in place and in very good condition. Shell shows a nice even original finish with no damage. Very good condition overall.