Framed WW1 photo 50th Battalion Soldier. Original bubble glass in fancy brass frame with the original brass backing. Photo measures 13 inches by 19 inches in an 18 inch by 24 inch frame. The cap badge and C-50 collars are very clear in the photograph. Very good condition.
WW1 British issue SMLE oil bottle for the SMLE #1 Mk. 3 service rifle, that would be contained in the butt stock along with the pull through. Brass construciton, measuring 3 3/4 inches in length. Bottom is stamoed with the British Broadarrow, marker marked “J.J.B.” and dated 1918. Excellent condition.
British Issue Lee Medford Cavalry Carbine Rifle Scabbard. Leather construction with tongue for attachment to the saddle with attachment strap in place. Top strap to hold the rifle in place also present. British Broadarrow marked over the number 20, along with the number 36 stamped into the tongue. Top of scabbard is marked with the British Crowfoot, along with the British Broadarrow over the number 26. Some loose stitching to the top as shown in photo. All other stitching solid and in place.
1913 Dated British Issue Binoculars in Case. Blackened brass construction binoculars marked “Binoculars Prismatic No.3″ with the number 4293 to the left side, and maker marked “W.Watson & Sons, London” to the right with the date 1913. Complete with leather carry strap. Leather case is marked to the exterior of the lid, “Case No.3 Prismatic Binoculars, Wm. Jenkinson & Co. Ltd.” with the date 1913. Interior lid of case is also embossed with the makers name. Case shows some field wear. Missing carry strap.
WW1 Canadian Pattern ’16 Dismount Equipment Large Pack. Complete with all straps and closures. C-Broadarrow mark to the interior flap. Hand written naming to the interior. Shows some staining from field use. Some hardness to the leather straps in areas.
WW1 Canadian Cavalry Officer’s Saddle In Original Crate. Officers pattern saddle complete with an under pad, and 2 cinch straps, all in the original issue wooden shipping crate. Leather is soft and pliable with strong stitching throughout, and all brass roller buckles in place. Saddle in C-Broadarrow marked, as are the nickel steel stirrups, which are also maker marked and dated 1907. Also marked with the number “6” and ‘2″, and the letters F, G, and H. All in excellent and ridable condition. Wooden crate has had some repairs over time, but is complete and solid.
WW1 Canadian Cavalry Headstall, Reins, And Bit, C /|\ 1904. Steel bit is maker marked “L. & Co. Ltd.” and dated 1904, and marked “Steel”. Complete with chain. Bit is in it’s original condition showing some discoloration, and surface rust. Leather is soft and pliable with strong stitching. Each rein is marked with a large Canadian C-Broadarrow. Reins are attached with steel roller buckles, with the headstall having brass roller buckles. Leather shows some minor cracking to the surface in spots. A rare set that appears to be complete.