We specialise following the Tanks: Cambrai 20 November – 7 December 1917: French Edition PDF Scottish Military items especially cap badges, plaid brooches, dirks etc. Also uniforms and headgear from all periods and campaigns the Scottish soldier has been involved in especially WW2 and the Great War. As well as Scottish we also have many rare , sought after Commonwealth and English cap badges waist belt plates, etc. Our German section includes many boxed awards, party badges, rare tinnies, uniforms and a large headgear section including relics as well as edged weapons and personal items.
We also offer a free appraisal system. All items offered on this site are sold purely for their historical interest and any political affiliation, intonation or intention is most definitely not entertained. The items of militaria shown below can be viewed in our on-line shop complete with full descriptions, photographs and prices. Luftschutz Made of stamped metal with silver and black finish. SCOTS R S SHOULDER TITLES – PAIR- GAUNT Lovely matched pair and Gaunt London stamped to rear and of the good quality associated with them. Silvered finish with detail in relief. 1955 ARMY JACK KNIFE – MAKER MKD.
RBS – SHEFFIELD British army issue and in great shape. Unsharpened blade which is unusual as these are usually found in heavily used condition with the blades ground down. HUSSARS CAP BADGE Pre 1902 example. 1st SS – STURM DEATH CARD – DIED FINNISH FRONT Card for a Gefreiter who died 1941 in Finland. Good photo with collar tabs clearly visible. 42nd OF FOOT – BLACK WATCH WATCH FOB – WW1 Rare WW1 period sports presentation watch fob.
Bronze fob inlaid with red and blue enamel with » 42 » to the centre over crossed rifles and with a scroll to the bottom with THE BLACK WATCH. Rectangular buckle with it’s gilt finish remaining. Fixed belt loop present, detachable belt loop now absent. Good depiction of the Fuhrere’s head acid etched to the inside of the glass. ANGUS – BLACK WATCH – SHOULDER TITLE Very rare early title WW1 or earlier. OFFICERS SUN HELMET Super example of an 1899 pattern Wolseley helmet attributed to an officer in the Argylls. This came with other uniform items straight from the family home.
The other items date to the Boer War and are available in my other listings. 1930’s as it has foil inside which was more common on later helmets . BLACK WATCH WW2 SLEEVE COMBINATION – 48TH S. Very rare WW2 removed from uniform sleeve combination. Black Watch cap badge shaped tartan patch over a wool blue circle with a red embroidered diamond with a blue macaw. Instituted in 1940 after the units return from Dunkirk. SUTHERLAND CAP BADGE – CYPRUS Scarce blackened Argylls cap badge ,this one bought from the vet who served with the Argylls during the cyprus emergency.