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Covers, in the main, ammunition pouches, holsters and pack equipment made from leather, canvas and, even, in some extreme cases, pressed paper and stiffened card. See The Emperor's coat by Rest, Ortner & Ilming.

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militaria item MK5/6 Webley revolver holster, Surrey Yeomanry marked
- British
This is marked 'SRY' on the reverse for 'Surrey Yeomanry', with the maker's name 'Thomasson & Co.' stamped on the leather retaining strap. There is a broad arrow stamp, together with a faint date stamp (15?) to the inside. Both the MK 5 and 6 pistols would have fitted this.
£120.00
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militaria item Porte-feu or slow match holder, unmarked silver
- Indian
This little device, 12cm long, would have held a lighted slow match for igniting cannon, powder charges or fireworks. The match was held in place by the silver hook on the short chain under the lid which has a model of a monkey eating a piece of fruit. Perhaps this is a souvenir from the Mutiny of 1857/8.
£150.00
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militaria item Tube of SS issue frost salve
- German
Marked: 'Frostschutsssalbe // Wehrkreissanitarspack VI // Osnabruck // SS-Packung', also with 'Leere Tuben sammeln' ('collect the empty tubes' - the original recyclers!), this stuff was used to protect the lips and nose from the cold and possibly, in extreme conditions, the feet and hands. It would have been most useful on the Russian Front.
£45.00
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militaria item Pair 7 x 50 prismatic binoculars
- German
This particularly fine pair was made by Busch of Rathenow (East Prussia). The case is made by Hensoldt of Wetzlar and is marked with the Weimar Army acceptance eagle. The lenses are almost as they left the factory and the resulting vision extremely sharp. There is a 1944 date on the steel snap of the case, together with a code 'crn'.
£300.00
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militaria item Leather holster for Smith & Wesson revolver
- American
Highway patrolman's holster for short-barrelled revolver, reverse marked with 'Richmond VA' (VA = Virginia). Complete with six dummy rounds in .38 special (primers have been detonated).
£50.00
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militaria item Leather holster (Browning automatic pistol, M35)
- Belgian
This holster, which was for the model 1935 high power Browning, would appear to be have been a captured Belgian (or Dutch?) piece - Kriegsmarine and Luftwaffe used this type of holster and, in early photos, I have seen it being worn by German troops during the opening stages of WW2. The name 'Brenner' is inked inside.
£30.00
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militaria item Mannlicher ersatz ammunition pouch, 1895 model
- Austrian
Extremely rare survivor of hitherto unrecorded Austrian ammunition pouch with pike grey canvas body and quality leather strapwork stamped 'KuK'.
£50.00
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militaria item Mannlicher rifle pouch, 1895 model
- Austrian
Ex-stores example, stamped 'KuK' on reverse, made from high quality cowhide. Brass and steel fittings.
£35.00
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Hi, sword arrived, terrific, love it! Onto the next!

B N, USA, 13.07.2019

Wanted to let you know the items arrived today. Great job on the packing. Too often I buy very expensive and irreplaceable items from the UK and they get sent barely packed to protect them from the various postal services - appreciate you going the extra mile to insure it arrived in the shape it left. Thanks again, look forward to doing business with you in the future. Items were very nice, exactly as offered.

M M, USA, 18.03.2010

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