Arms, Armour & Militaria

Chiswick Auctions
Colville Road 1
W3 8BL London
Großbritannien und Nordirland

Datum der Auktion: 28.01.2019

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An original WW2 era USAAF sheepskin bomber jacket, model ANJ-4. The label identifies the jacket model and was made by the Aero Leather Clothing Company of Beacon, New York. Size 40. (1

Los #: 1

Schätzpreis: 600 £ - 700 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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WW1 or inter-war period British officer’s boots. The wooden trees each named on the top to P T Tower and these were formerly the property of Major-General Philip Thomas Tower, CB, DSO, MBE. Tower saw service throughout WW2 in North Africa, Western Europe (including Arnhem) and the relief of Norway

Los #: 2

Schätzpreis: 250 £ - 350 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Heavy mahogany stowage box for a Royal Navy rangefinder (rangefinder and equipment absent). “Supplied by Admiralty” marked to interior. Plate to the outside labelled “Barr & Stroud Ltd. Stowage Box. Rangefinder A.P.10080.” Plaque on inside labelled with various information about the original

Los #: 3

Schätzpreis: 120 £ - 150 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Wooden box with hinged lid and rope handles, painted with red cross emblems to each end and with various British Army markings, including “Apparatus Blood Transfusion” and “Army Blood Supply Depot”. Measures 31 by 12 by 12 inches. (1

Los #: 4

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Late-Victorian (c.1895) steel transport/storage box for an officer of the Royal Scots Greys – brass plaque to top naming “A C Duckworth Esq, Royal Scots Greys” (Arthur Campbell Duckworth). Maker’s plaque “Hawkes & Co. Piccadilly. London”. Measures 28 1/2 by 18 by 5 inches. (1

Los #: 5

Schätzpreis: 120 £ - 180 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Avirex Type A-2 US Army Air Forces leather jacket, size Medium. Probably 1980s date. Fully labelled inside, with Avirex USA Special Equipment and emblem to left breast. Leather stitched and embroidered maker’s name and emblem in large on the back. Elasticated woolen collar, cuffs and bottom. (1

Los #: 6

Schätzpreis: 150 £ - 180 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A WW1 naval range finder in its associated box. Marked to maker T. Cooke & Sons Ltd of London & York, and Waymouth-Cooke Naval Range Finder Pat. No. 1599/1914. (1

Los #: 7

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A WW2 era telescopic gun sight, with zoom from 5 to 15. Marked Ross, London, Patent No. 70715. In fitted box. Total length in box 35 inches (89cm). (1

Los #: 8

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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An early, presumably 1970s, example of the Israeli IDF M76 Orlite helmet. Made of ballistic material, painted green and with canvas and leather webbing inside. (1

Los #: 9

Schätzpreis: 180 £ - 230 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Pair of Order of Malta epaulettes in display case, 20th century. (1

Los #: 10

Schätzpreis: 40 £ - 50 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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WW1 era Sam Browne leather officer’s belt, with single cross-strap and sword frog. Named on rear to “Groves Webb R. E.” – possibly Herbert James Groves Webb, who served throughout WW1. Belt 45 1/2 inches long total. Also a simple 23 1/2 inch rattan stick which may or may not have been used as a

Los #: 11

Schätzpreis: 40 £ - 50 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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4 4th-7th Royal Dragoon Guards 26mm tunic buttons by Gaunt & Son, 1922 to WW2 16 4th-7th Royal Dragoon Guards 19mm tunic buttons by Gaunt & Son and Pitt & Co, 1922 to WW2 1 4th-7th Royal Dragoon Guards 14mm tunic button, 1922 to WW2 1 5th Dragoon Guards 24mm tunic button, WW1-WW2 1 5th Dragoon

Los #: 12

Schätzpreis: 60 £ - 7.044 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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8 tunic buttons and 4 badges for an officer of the 3rd Dragoon Guards, dating to around 1890-1910. A cap badge for the Royal Highlanders of Canada. 6 embroidered officer’s rank pips. A medal ribbon bar. (20

Los #: 13

Schätzpreis: 40 £ - 508 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Boxed set of gilt brass King’s Royal Rifle Corps dress uniform buttons by Benson & Clegg – 5 20mm buttons (one missing from box) and 4 15mm buttons contained inside. Another similar set of KRRC dress buttons, but not boxed and full set, comprising 6 20mm buttons and 4 15mm buttons. 2 KRR shoulder

Los #: 14

Schätzpreis: 20 £ - 30 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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4 gilt brass and enamel officer’s pips (22mm wide) and 13 similar (19mm wide), carrying the motto “Tria Juncta in uno”, all of approximately WW1 era. 7 brass crown badges to indicate an officer’s rank, with red velvet backing, in various conditions and slightly varying sizes, of approximately WW1

Los #: 15

Schätzpreis: 20 £ - 304 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Victorian 17th Lancers 20mm tunic cuff brass button by Boggett & Reynolds. Victorian Royal Dragoon Guards 19mm tunic cuff brass button by William Dowler & Sons. Victorian Royal Army Medical Corps 17mm brass button by Firmin & Sons Victorian 3rd Royal Surrey Regiment 18mm brass button by Jennens & Co

Los #: 16

Schätzpreis: 50 £ - 60 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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WW1 era brass Coldstream Guards tunic button, 25mm. 2 British Army officer’s rank pips, brass and enamel 22mm wide, marked Tria Juncta in Uno. WW1 era. A pair of Royal Berkshire Regiment collar badges, blackened metal. WW1 era. Victorian or Edwardian Middlesex Artillery Volunteers button in white

Los #: 17

Schätzpreis: 50 £ - 60 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Three Japanese medals, of the Order of the Rising Sun, in boxes. All 20th century. Together with rare Japanese coat, believed to be for the Tokyo fire service of WW2. (4

Los #: 18

Schätzpreis: 140 £ - 150 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A bronze WW1 death plaque for Walter Stokes. Together with a pewter ink well trophy by Mappin & Webb, marked to the 2nd Prize 1887 Royal Military Tournament auxiliary tug of war team. (2

Los #: 20

Schätzpreis: 90 £ - 110 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A grouping of WW1 era military objects, consisting of a pair of Carl Zeiss Jena Silvamar binoculars in military leather case, named with the initials of a Royal Engineers captain, a British No.15 ball grenade ball (detonator and interior removed) and a small fighting knife (5 inch blade) by W. H

Los #: 21

Schätzpreis: 80 £ - 100 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A WW2 era Bubble Mark IXa RAF sextant in case, together with a WW2 era Royal Navy officer’s great coat with gilt metal buttons (approximately size 42 short). Named in pocket to Acting Lt Commander Philip Geoffrey Colet King RNVR. He was Mentioned in Despatches in 1943 and sank the German motor

Los #: 22

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 120 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A WW1 era Royal Fusiliers (City of London Regiment) silk embroidered panel, in a glass fronted frame, measuring 29 by 21 inches. The panel contains the regimental colours, featuring the Union Flag, regimental badge and battle honours of the regiment, the latest listed being South Africa 1899-1902

Los #: 23

Schätzpreis: 80 £ - 100 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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Three naive paintings of unknown age, including “ROLLS ROYCE AERO ENGINES”, “SPEED THE SHIPS” (signed J. L. Dexter) and “MARCH WAR WEAPONS WEEK”. (3

Los #: 24

Schätzpreis: 20 £ - 30 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A limited edition (this numbered 29 of 130) watercolour of HMS Warrior at sea, by Mackenzie Thomson, as she would have been in the 1860s. Signed by the then-Captain and CEO of the ship, Ken Jones, on 24 May 2013. Mounted behind glass in a gold frame. (1

Los #: 25

Schätzpreis: 100 £ - 150 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A WW1 era Ludo board in thin wood, with marquetry and painted decoration, named to W. H. Johnston Renton, labelled to the centre, “VICTORY 11.11.11. 1918.” Box of “Ludo, the ever popular game”, incomplete contents. WW1 Russian Army cap, complete with badge. (3

Los #: 26

Schätzpreis: 80 £ - 120 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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An assemblage of military items relating to the career of Lieutenant Colonel William Kray of the Royal Engineers/Queen’s Gukha Engineers. Colonel Kray’s career spanned 1847-1984 and he rose from the ranks to obtain a commission. Collection includes a presentation kukri knife with elaborate white

Los #: 27

Schätzpreis: 200 £ - 250 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A King’s Royal Rifle Corps (KRRC) officer’s belt set, featuring complete 1917 Birmingham silver hallmarked fittings, re-mounted to later black plastic belt and pouch. Silver fittings made in 1917 by Joseph Jennens & Co. (1

Los #: 28

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 500 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A late-Victorian Rifles officer’s astrakhan busby, by Cater & Co of Pall Mall, in a steel storage box by Hawkes & Co, named to R. Grant Esq of the Rifle Brigade. Believed to be Robert Francis Sidney Grant (1877-1927), Rifle Brigade. Commissioned in 1898, served in South Africa 1899-1902, present at

Los #: 29

Schätzpreis: 400 £ - 500 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A rare Imperial German Gardes du Corps officer’s helmet, from around 1900-1918. Featuring a copper-alloy helmet bowl with leather and silk liner, gilt brass fittings, enamelled imperial eagle badge with the motto ‘Suum Cuique’ and silver-plated giant imperial eagle crest to top. Some parts may be

Los #: 30

Schätzpreis: 3.000 £ - 3.500 £

Datum: 28.01.2019

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A rare Imperial Russian (circa 1900) Garde du Corps officer’s helmet, with gilt copper-alloy helmet bowl, gilt-brass fittings, enamelled badge with motto and giant double-headed eagle crest. Velvet, leather and silk lining. Some parts replacement. 14 inches (36cm) tall. (1

Los #: 31

Schätzpreis: 2.000 £ - 2.500 £

Datum: 28.01.2019