WW2 British Army Folding Saw In Case 1938/1940
A British army folding field saw complete with both of its wooden handles .
Saw has Sheffield maker & 1938 date with broad arrow marking . Brown leather case has 'BLG' maker with 1940 date. Saw is well moveable & certainly useable. read more
WW2 British Rescue Supervisor Helmet
A very nice untouched Rescue supervisor helmet .
A British MkII it , it has been overpainted in white signifying his Supervisory role with the black stencilled 'R' to front & back.
A recent shed find which I have made no attempt to clean . read more
WW2 Belgian M31 Adrian Helmet
A scarce Belgian M31 combat helmet this was the standard issue helmet used by Belgian forces in WW2 .
Derived from the French M26 model these Belgian made versions were introduced as of 1931 & are distinctive having a slightly larger brim. Helmet displays typical khaki brown factory paint. The Belgian lion insignia to the front is 100% original to the helmet & still firmly affixed in pla... read more
WW2 British 'FAP/Rescue' Helmet
Interesting MKII British helmet that had the original issue khaki paint overpainted in black with white stencilled FAP initials front & back for First Aid Party . These have then been crudely removed & the initial 'R' for Rescue applied when he has transferred to the Rescue service.
Helmet shell is made by F&L with 1939 date & 1938 date to liner cradle. read more
Desert Storm Souvenir Iraqi M80 Helmet
An M80 Iraqi fibre helmet as worn by Iraqi troops during the Operation Desert Storm campaign. Typically showing multiple reissues to groups of conscripts it is hand painted in the "custard" yellow paint that is one of the often seen camouflage effects used. There is soldier graffiti to one side. Chinstrap shows the improvisation that is characteristic of many of these workhorse type helmets . ... read more
WW2 British Officers '37 Pattern Haversack 1940
1937 pattern British officers webbing haversack dated 1940.
Made by the Mills Equipment Company ( MECo) it still has its cheesecloth central divider & extra compartments to front. Comes with webbing carrying strap as shown.
WW2 2/5th Lancashire Fusiliers, 59th Division NW Europe Sign
An interesting sign or wallhanger to this ill fated infantry unit the 2/5th Lancashire Fusiliers who were heavily engaged in the Normandy fighting from 29th June 1944 until being disbanded on 26th August.
Painted on a a wooden base with the insignia of the 59th Division the place names commemorate the fighting in N.W Europe.
Interesting item measuring 12 inches X 8 inches. read more