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Contemporary magazines, drill manuals, regimental and unit histories, photos and photograph albums, postcards, drawings and prints, army lists (of officers, principally American, British, French and German). My personal interest here is in Napoleonic era prints and drawings of uniform studies.

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militaria item Bisque porcelain plaque of Brandenburg Gate
- German
This Berlin factory marked (impressed sceptre) bisque porcelain plaque in a box has, on the obverse, an image of the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin, an iconic motif of the city. This would probably have been made as a piece for the tourists of the era.
£75.00
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militaria item Porcelain beer stein, 9th Wurttemberg Infantry
- German
This stein is unusual insomuch as it is not Prussian, but rather one of the smaller states, Wurttemberg. It is inscribed round the base: '7.Comp. 9.Wurtt.Inftr.Regt. No.127.Ulm. 1904-06'. 'Gefreiter Kaser' is painted just under the top wreath on either side of the State Wappen (coat of arms). There is a lithophane in the base.
£300.00
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militaria item Historique du 19e Regiment de Dragons 1793-1913
- French
This superb regimental history has six colour plates, with many black and white illustrations, as well as photographs and prints of commanding officers. It was privately published in 1945 by J.A. Sauzey, the author, and limited to 495 copies, of which 29 examples were a special edition. This is example number 276. There are 316 pages.
£80.00
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militaria item Royal Navy document box
- British
This little tin box would have held a Royal Navy warrant document for Warrant Officers. As far as I know they were introduced into RN service in about 1820. The Admiralty seal is impressed in the body of the box, which, along with the lid, are both constucted of tin with lead solder seams.
£75.00
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militaria item By-knife fork for Highland dress dirk
- Scottish
This would have been part of a by-knife set from the scabbard of a Scots dirk. Together with a small knife of matching design, the set would have been mounted on the outer face of the scabbard, normally one above the other. The dirk would have been mounted en-suite with a large citrine as a pommel.
£100.00
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M C, UK, 25.01.2011

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M H, UK, 11.12.2007

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