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WW2 Lord Strathcona Horse Cap Badge. Brass construction with both lugs in place.
Deactivated WW2 British Issue Sten Gun. Old spec, cock and click (Grandfathered) with cocking bolt releasing from the trigger. Marked with number S106 and the British Broadarrow below the serial number to the underside of the magazine well. Stamped "Sten Mk.II" to the top of the magazine well. Issue skeleton stock. Bolt has been sheered and chamber and barrel weld filled. Exterior welds preventing any access to the interior. Removable magazine that has been blocked to 5 rounds. Does not, and cannot be made to accept any ammunition. In excellent condition.
Deactivated-No PAL or registration required
CANADIAN SALES ONLY
WW2 British issue Knitted V-Neck Sweater. Size small. Label in place, dated 1942 with British Broadarrow.
WW2 Canadian-British Issue Sten Gun Magazine. Follower welded in place. No visible markings.
CANADIAN SALES ONLY
WW2 Argyll And Sutherland Highlanders Horse Hair Sporran. Blackened metal cantle with some finish remaining. White horsehair bells with nickle silver tops on black horsehair body. Leather backing marked Made In Scotland. Complete with leather and chain waist belt.
WW2 South Alberta Cloth Slip On. Elastics to the back in place.
WW2 Canadian Issue Wool Socks. Winter weight, C-Broadarrow stamp. Repair to one sock.
WW2 SMLE 4 Mk.I Webbed Rifle Sling. Marked Z.L. & T. Ltd. and dated 1943 with a Canadian C-Broadarrow stamp. Blacken brass tabs. Appears unused.
WW2 1943 SMLE Webbed Rifle Sling for use with the SMLE #4 Mk.I service rifle. Marked Woods Mfg. Co., and dated 1943 with a Canadian C-Broadarrow stamp. Also stamped to the other end for 1952 reissue.
WW2 Canadian Issue Sleeping Bag With Carrier. Period hand applied naming to the exterior, Major. H.S. Stata, 495 CD, MD 12, RCA. Shows some wear. Complete with issue WW2 leather carrier.
Major Strata is shown as a member of the 17th Battery., 3rd LAA, settling in Calgary after the war, then returned to England and ran the Marine Hotel in Selsey. He married Hattie Parsons of Worthing, a near by town.
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