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WW2 RCAF Wedge Cap. 2 brass front buttons in place. Manufacture stamped to the interior, National Hat Mfg. Co. size 7 3/4 and dated 1943 with Canadian C-Broadarrow stamp. Has not been badged, and appears unworn and unissued.
Japanese Short Sword With Carved Bone Handle And Scabbard. Commonly known as a Temple Sword, it measures 17.75 inches overall with a 9 inch blade. Carved bone grip, tsuba, and scabbard with depictions of several different figures. Blade has been shortened and shows considerable wear. Repair to the scabbard visible. Shows age and appears to be pre-WW2
WW2 Canadian Tank Corps Holsterd. Full length with leg strap and 6 cartridge loops to the font. Single strap tab closure. For use with the Enfield tanker revolver. Marked to the back, M.S. & U. Ltd and dated 1943 with Canadian C-Broadarrows. Period hand written naming to the back, "Wilson". Appears unused and in excellent condition.
WW2 Royal Canadian Corps Of Signals Wedge Cap with issue badge in place. C-Broadarrow stamped to the interior with bi-metal cap badge. Shows considerable wear.
British West Riding Cap Badge. Bi-metal construction with slider back.
Pattern 1887 Heavy Cavalry Sword, Officer, Undress, with issue scabbard. 35.25 inch blade, flat back with single fuller to each side. Nickle Silver guard with wire wrapped shark skin grip and Nickle silver scabbard with 2 suspension rings. WW1 era with GR cypher to the blade and King's Crown. Coat of arms below King's Crown to the opposite side. Blade is etched for the first 17 inches. Some light scattered spotting to the blade and scabbard. Proof marked blade with no manufacture markings.
Pattern 1887 Heavy Cavalry Sword, Officer, Undress-extra Photos.
UN Medal-Macedonia 1995. In the service of peace. With issue ribbon.
British Somerset And Cornwall Metal Shoulder Title. White metal construction with both lugs in place.
WW2 SMLE P37 Rifle Sling. For use with the SMLE 4 Mk.I service rifle. Marked ASR 44 with British Broadarrow, and EFW-45. Both brass tabs stamped M.I.A. 1942.
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