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WW1 Oliver Pattern Snake Belt. Adjustable length from size 34 to 36. Brass "Snake" Buckle. Tab is C-Broadarrow stamped, and marked to a maker in Ottawa (faint). Complete with 2 C-Broadarrow stamped leather attachments.
WW2 Royal Canadian Army Service Corps Cloth Slip On. Both elastics tin place to the reverse.
WW2 Canadian-British Armband. Red wool material with a letter "G" embroidered to the front. Brass snap closures to the back. 2 moth nips to the front.
WW1 Canadian Medal Pair comprising of the Victory medal and BWM, both correctly named to 154630 Spr. H.K. Budd, C.R.T. With copy of attestation
WW1 British Unit Photo Post Card. Photo showing 31 men including 1 officer in battle tunics with trench caps and wearing leather snake belts. Unused condition.
WW1 British Issue Wire Cutters. Steel construction, marked with a large British Broadarrow, and dated 1915. Manufacture marked "Smith's". Shows use and wear.
Post War, The Windsor Regiment Canada Cloth Shoulder Title. Appears unused.
Pair Of WW2 British Issue Boxer Shorts (Underwear) White cotton material elastic material to the bottom of the legs. Manufacture marked to the interior waist band. Size 42 and dated 1944. Appear unworn
WW2 Royal Canadian Armoured Corps Cap And Collar Badge Set. All pieces are white metal construction with all lugs in place.
Pattern 1827 (William IV) Rifle Regiment officer's Sword. Etched 32.5 inch blade with scrolling to both sides, and William IV Crown to the left side. Blade is proof marked to the one side, and marked "J.H. Symons Halifax" to the opposite side. William IV Crown and Rifle Regiment forn to the basket hilt. Shark skin grip in very good condition with the original wire wrap tightly in place. Blade shows a nice brightness with some minor wear and aging evident. Issue steel scabbard showing only traces of the original nickel silver finish.
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