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CIRCA 1800 MIDSHIPMAN'S NAVAL DIRK

CIRCA 1800 MIDSHIPMAN'S NAVAL DIRK

A TRUE EXAMPLE OF A ROYAL NAVY MIDSHIPMAN'S DIRK OR TRAFALGAR PERIOD. THERE ARE MANY DIRKS / DAGGERS OUT THERE WHICH ARE REFERRED TO AS BEING "NAVAL", WHERE IN FACT, MOST ARE MORE LIKELY TO BE FOR AN ARMY OFFICER CADETS, CORNET, ETC. VERY FEW DIRKS OF THE PERIOD CAN BE CONFIRMED AS BEING MADE FOR AN ANAVAL OFFICER SUCH AS THIS ONE. THE GILDED GUARD HAS TWO FACING FOULED ANCHOR FACING EACH OTHER...  read more

Code: 51377

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WW1 GERMAN, EB1, DEMAG KNIFE BAYONET

WW1 GERMAN, EB1, DEMAG KNIFE BAYONET

THE VERY RARE “KRANK HANDLE” ERSATZ G-98 RIFE BAYONET. THE SHEET STEL HANDLE WITH A KRANK, AND A HOLE TO THE GUARD TO TAKE THE G98 RIFLE CLEANING ROD. IN EXCELLENT OVERALL CONDITION. NO RUST OR PITTING. BLADE STILL IN FACORY POLISH WITH CLEAR CROSS GRAIN. INSPECTION MARK TO THE SIDE OF THE RICASSO. MUCH WW1 FELDGRAU PAINT FINISH REMAINING TO THE HILT. ALL LEATHER COMPLETE TO THE SCABBARD  read more

Code: 51375

475.00 GBP

ARMY SINGLE DECAL M.35 STEEL HELMET

ARMY SINGLE DECAL M.35 STEEL HELMET

NS.60 STEEL HELMET, THE RARE SMALLEST SIZE SHELL. VERY GOOD LEATHER TO THE LINER WITH NO FLAKING. ALUMINIUM BAND, THE MARKINGS PARTIALLY VISIBLE, BUT THE BAND HAS NOT BEEN PULLED OUT TO VIEW THEM. GOOD CLEAR ARMY DECAL. MOST OF ITS ORIGINAL PAINT FINISH WHICH HAS DARKENED. SOME LIGHT SURFACE RUST. NO PITTING. UNTOUCHED  read more

Code: 51329

950.00 GBP

WW1 R.N. OFFICERS PEAKED CAP

WW1 R.N. OFFICERS PEAKED CAP

IN GOOD UNTOUCHED CONDITION. RED FLT TO THE KINGS CROWN. THE SILVER ANCHOR TO A DARK GREY PATINA. SILK RETAILERS LABEL TO THE INSIDE. WITH PAPER SIZE MARKER.  read more

Code: 51338

125.00 GBP

H.W.MORTIMER DOUBLE BARREL POCKET PISTOL

H.W.MORTIMER DOUBLE BARREL POCKET PISTOL

PISTOL CIRCA 1780 BY ARGUABLY BRITAINS GREATEST EVER GUNSMITH. AS ENGRAVED ON THE BOX-LOCK FRAME, "GUN MAKER TO HIS MAJESTY", THE FAVOURITE MAKER OF GEORGE IIIrd. ONCE ONE OF A PAIR, THE BARRELS NUMBERED 3 AND 4. MADE TO THE FINEST QUALITY OF THE TIME. LONDON PROOF MARKS TO THE TOP AND BOTTOM BREECHES. IN UNTOUCHED CONDITION. NO REPAIRS. NO REPLACED PARTS. NO PITTING, ALL EDGES CRISP AND CLEAR....  read more

Code: 51357

1495.00 GBP

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp,  Gluckstadt ( J Forbes Surgn )

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Gluckstadt ( J Forbes Surgn )

SIR JOHN FORBES FRCP, FRS 1787-1861 WAS A QUALIFED SURGEON WHEN HE ENLISTED IN TO THE NAVY IN 1806 AND WAS CONFIRMED with THE FULL RANK OF SURGEON IN 1809. WHILST SERVING with THE NAVY HE QUALIFED FOR THE NGS FOR GLUCKSTADT 1814 AND WAS ONE OF ONLY 44 RECIPIENTS OF THIS CLASP. HE LEFT THE NAVY AND WENT ON TO PRIVATE PRACTICE IN 1816 HE WAS COURT PHYSICIAN TO QUEEN VICTORIA AND THE ROYAL FAMILY ...  read more

Code: 51367

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KRIEGSMARINE DESTROYER BADGE

KRIEGSMARINE DESTROYER BADGE

ZINC BADGE WITH STEEL PIN AND TOMBAK STABILIZING HOOK. TRACES OF GOLD WASH TO THE WREATH. JFS MAKER MARKED  read more

Code: 51330

225.00 GBP

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Navarino ( EDWD LEAH , ASST. SURGN.)

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Navarino ( EDWD LEAH , ASST. SURGN.)

London medals Feb. 2013 ; Bonham Sept 1994; Edward Leah qualified as an M.R.C.S.E. and L.R.A. in 1825, and was then appointed Assistant Surgeon in the Royal Navy aboard the 74 gun third rate ship of the line, H.M.S. Albion, which in 1827 formed part of the British, French and Russian combined fleet under the command of Admiral Codrington sent to the Mediterranean, and as such Leah was present a...  read more

Code: 51368

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Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Algiers (J. M. Madden, Surgn.)

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Algiers (J. M. Madden, Surgn.)

James M. Madden was born c.1788 and qualified as a Licentiate of the Royal College of Surgeons and Licentiate of Apothecaries Hall, Dublin. He entered the Royal Navy on 11 October 1811, being appointed Assistant Surgeon aboard the Hamadryad. Service aboard the Malabar, San Juan and Eurotas followed. Holding the same rank he served on the Ister between 15 December 1815 and 30 September 1816. The...  read more

Code: 51369

3500.00 GBP

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Java (Joseph Magin Lieut)

Naval General Service 1793-1840, 1 clasp, Java (Joseph Magin Lieut)

A REAL LIFE HORNBLOWER WHO WAS WOUNDED AND RECEIVED A LLOYDS PATRIOTIC AWARD FOR £30 WHEN HE WAS BLOWN FROM THE DECKS OF THE TURKISH FLAGSHIP DURING A BOAT ACTION RAID IN WHICH HE SUCCESSFULLY CONTRIBUTED TO IT'S DESTRUCTION.


MAGIN. (Retired Commander, 1844. f-p., 13; h-p., 34.)

Joseph Magin, born about Christmas 1785, is brother of Wm. Magin, Esq. First-Li...  read more

Code: 51366

4950.00 GBP

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