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WW2 British Officer's Sam Browne Holster for the Webley & Enfield .380 service Revolver. Sn 9586 - 9586
WW2 British Officer's Sam Browne Holster for the Webley & Enfield .380 service Revolver. The holster is in excellent condition. The fold over flap is secured with a leather strap over a brass button. On the reverse of the holster is a leather belt loop for the Sam Browne. The price includes Uk delivery.
£145.00

1939 Pattern 'Emergency' Stippled leather .455 Service Revolver Holster with Brass Cleaning Rod. Sn 9474 - 9474
A very unusual 1939 Pattern 'Emergency' Stippled brown pigskin leather holster for a Webley Mk. VI .455" Revolver. Inside it has a brass cleaning rod in an internal sleeve. The fold over flap is secured by a brass press stud. To the rear it has two leather belt loops. Very unusual to get a WW2 holster for a .455" Revolver. The price includes Uk delivery.
£145.00

American Police Smith & Wesson Highway Patrol Officers Black Leather Holster for the .357 Magnum 4" Barrel Revolver. Pol 337 - Pol 337
An original American Police Smith & Wesson Highway Patrol Officer's black leather holster for the .357 Magnum, 4" barrel revolver. The holster is in superb condition. It has a shaped and braced black leather holster for the 4" barrel S&W .357 revolver. It has a fold over leather strap to secure the weapon. The strap secures with a steel press stud at either end for removal. The holster fits to a belt loop and ammunition pouch by a steel swivel which allows the wearer to adjust the angle of the holster. The holster is locked to the belt loop with a further press stud. The belt loop has 12 looped ammunition pouches sewn to it. The back of the belt loop is stamped with the makers stamp and has "C 38 4" and "Chula Vista Calif". This is a very nice holster, the price includes Uk delivery.
£195.00

Pair Of 19th Century Mounted Officer's Leather Pistol Holsters From The Christie's Estate Sale Of Lieutenant Colonel Chandos-Pole Coldstream Guards. L 316 - L 316
Lieutenant-Colonel Chandos-Pole was Lord Lieutenant of Northamptonshire from 1967 until 1984. Born in Derbyshire in 1909, he was educated at Eton and Magdalene College, Cambridge. In 1933, he joined the Coldstream Guards, and later he was to command both the lst and 2nd Batallions of that Regiment. He became ADC to Lord Bradbourne when Bradbourne was firstly Governor of Bombay and Bengal and later Viceroy of India. This pair of 19th Century Mounted Officer's Leather Pistol Holsters were part of the LT Colonel's Newham Hall Estate Sale held by Christie's on 11th July 1994. The hard case open top brown leather holsters are undamaged and each measure 14 1/2" in length. The throat opening of 1 Holster measures 4 1/2"x 3 1/2", the other 5 1/4" x 2 3/4". Both have their original belt straps with original brass buckles. The rear of each holster have single small stitched leather belt loops. Price for these impressive holsters includes UK delivery. L 316
£795.00

Quality British Cavalry & Mounted Infantry Leather Saddle 'Boot' Holster For Small Carbines Or Blunderbuss. L 315 - L 315
This is an excellent British Cavalry & Mounted Infantry Saddle 'Boot' Holster For small carbines or blunderbuss. It is made of quality brown hide and has brass rivets, rings and buckle with original leather straps. One brass rivet is missing form one edge of the boot, this could easily be replaced and does not affect the construction of the boot as it stands alone in the centre of the side of the boot and does not support any seams or strap/ buckle fittings. The boot has a hard case lid which is hinged with leather and rivets to the rear. It has a strap and brass buckle fastener and the main body of the boot has an adjustable leather carry strap supported by heavy duty brass rings. There are also 2 separate heavy duty leather tabs rivetted to the body with heavy duty brass hanging rings. The inside lid of the boot is ink stamped '1:E'. It measures 26" in length & 6 1/4" at the throat. It has sturdy reinforced stitched edges. Price for this quality made unusually small boot holster includes UK delivery. L 315.
£295.00

Mint, Unissued, 1905 Patent WW1 & WW2 US Navy Woven Webbing Holster For The Colt DA .38 Calibre Service Revolver By Mills Woven Cartridge Belt Co. L 313. - L 313
This is a mint condition WW1 & WW2 1905 Patent, US Navy Issue Woven Webbing Holster For The Colt DA .38 Calibre Service Revolver By Mills Woven Cartridge Belt Co. The holster has a full flap cover with a superb embossed US Navy brass button featuring the ' Naval Eagle above Anchor surrounded by Stars'. The inside of the flap is ink stamped with the Mills 'cartridge' logo and name. The material of the holster's body at the trigger guard side is reinforced with brass rivets. The riveted brass muzzle end cap is crisply stamped with the Mills logo and Patent detail 'Pat Apr 18.05' (April 18th 1905). The rear of the holster has it's original rivetted brass hanging bar. The bar mount is crisply stamped by the manufacturer 'Mills Woven Cartidge Belt Co'. All material & stitching is clean and intact. Price for this nicely marked pre WW1 manufactured US Navy holster which has obviously been in storage since it was produced includes UK delivery. L 313
£345.00

British WW1 1915 Brown Leather Open Top Holster For Webley Mk.VI .455" Service Revolvers For Machine Gun Crews With Brass Cleaning Rod. L 312. - L 312
An excellent British brown leather open top holster for Webley Mk.VI .455" service pistols, complete with its brass cleaning rod contained in a slim pocket at the rear. The rear has the correct brass belt bars for 1908 Pattern belts and the leather is crisply stamped with partially visible manufacturer detail ‘???EDERATION’ & dated '1915'. The holster has it's original retaining strap and brass stud. All stitching & leather is intact. These holster's were popular with machine gun crews. Price includes UK delivery. L 312.
£195.00

WW1 British Officer's Sam Browne Belt, Shoulder Strap and .455 Holster. Sn 9365 - 9365
WW1 British Officer's Sam Browne waist belt, shoulder strap and .455 holster. The waist belt measures 43" long, it retains all of it's brass hooks, loops and buckles and has "Farmer" hand written on the inside. The shoulder strap retains it's brass buckle and buttons. The .455 holster is for the Webley Service revolver and has a fold over flap secured with a leather strap over a brass button. On the reverse it has a stitched leather belt loop and brass button for securing it to the belt. All the leather and stitching is in good condition. The price includes UK delivery.
£245.00

Inter Word War C 1920's-1930's British Officer's Black Leather Holster For Webley .320 Calibre Revolvers. L 310 - L 310 / 9335
An excellent Military full lap British Holster for small frame, Webley .320 calibre Revolvers made C1920's-1930's. Made of quality black leather hide, the holster is in undamaged with all stitching intact. It has a single retaining strap with brass stud fastener and a single 2 1/2" belt loop on the reverse. Price includes UK delivery. L 310
£125.00

WW1 1915 German Brown Leather Holster For Steyr 7.65mm Semi Automatic Pistols By Zimerman Erfut. L 308. - L 308 / 9333
An excellent original WW1 brown leather holster For Steyr 7.65mm semi automatic pistols. The holster has a flap, top cover and single retaining strap with single stud fastener. The front of the holster has a magazine pouch the top of which is covered by the flap when closed. The rear of the holster has a single belt loop. The body of the holster is crisply marked & dated by the manufacturer 'Frank Zimmerman, Erfurt, 1915'. All leather and stitching is intact. Price includes UK delivery. L 308
£245.00
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