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**VERY RARE**WW1 1917 British WD Royal Navy Air Service (RNAS) Pilot Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley .455 Service Revolvers By ‘T.C Galley’. Sn 19896 - 19896
In WW1 the British RNAS were issued with Webley .455 semi auto pistols and Revolvers. This is a rare WW1 dated British RNAS Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley .455 Service Revolvers. A copy of a contemporary photograph taken in autumn 1914 shows a group of Royal Navy Flight Officer’s & Royal Marine Officers. 2 Officers are carrying these holsters, one on his belt, the other with shoulder cross belt (illustrated in image 1). Our holster has the correct riveted seam, full flap cover with single brass stud and retaining strap with eyelet. The rear has 2 riveted belt loops. One belt loop is impressed by the manufacturer ‘T.C. Galley’ and dated ‘1917’. All leather, stitching and rivets are clean and intact. The price for this rare RNAS holster includes UK delivery. Sn 19896
£295.00

American Civil War Era C1862-1865 U.S. Army Rock Island Arsenal Leather Saddle 'Bucket' / Boot Holster For 45-70 Calibre Cavalry Carbines Regiment Marked ‘5.T.C.’ (5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment). Sn 19738 - 19738
The US Army Rock Island produced firearms, munitions and associated leather work to the Union army during the American civil war. Rock island also housed many Confederate POW’s during the latter stages of the war. This is an excellent Saddle 'Bucket' Holster For 45-70 Calibre Cavalry Carbines made by the Rock Island Arsenal. It is made of black hide leather and has iron buckles with leather straps. The open top bucket has brass plate at the throat to provide protection to the leather when holstering a carbine. Measurements of the holster’s openings can be seen in the images. The bucket is 13 ¾” overall length. The leather of the bucket is impressed by the maker ‘ROCK ISLAND ARSENAL’. One tip of the lower leather strap is impressed with what looks like ‘5.T.C’ most likely to the Union 5th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment which saw action in the Civil war (The 5th Tennessee Cavalry was organized at Murfreesboro, Nashville, and Carthage, Tennessee and mustered in for a three-year enlistment on July 15, 1862, under the command of Colonel William Brickly Stokes. The regiment lost a total of 245 men during service; 1 officer and 68 enlisted men killed or mortally wounded, 1 officer and 175 enlisted men died of disease or accident. The 5th Tennessee Cavalry mustered out of service on August 14, 1865). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19738
£575.00

Boer War 50 x 7.92 Round, Leather Belt. 19267. - 19267
A Boer War leather belt for 7.92mm x 50. 43” long and 3 ½ “wide at its widest point, with brass buckle and brass swivel clips. The thick brown leather is intact and the stitching is intact *one round holder is missing*. The buckle is functioning and is in very good condition. The Boer War, 11 October 1899 – 31 May 1902), also known as the Boer War, the Anglo–Boer War, or the South African War, was a conflict fought between the British Empire and the two Boer Republics (the South African Republic and the Orange Free State) over the Empire's influence in Southern Africa from 1899 to 1902. Triggered by the discovery of diamond and gold deposits in the Boer republics, the Boers launched successful attacks against British outposts in the opening stages of the war before being pushed back by imperial reinforcements. A really nice piece of history for the collector/enthusiast. The price includes UK delivery. 19267.
£195.00

WWI British Officer's Sam Browne Equipment and Trench Accessories Belt, Shoulder Strap with Ammunition Pouch, accessory pouches, Trench Torch and Holster for the Webley Mk VI Service Revolver. 19266. - 19266
WWI British Officer's Sam Browne belt and shoulder strap, Webley Service holster, ammunition pouch, accessory pouches and trench torch all in excellent condition. The belt is in excellent condition and is supple and has a very nice patina. It retains all of the brass loops and equipment hook. It also has the leather belt keeper. It measures 43 ½ " when laid out flat. The holster is for the Mk VI Webley service revolver and has a beautifully aged patina. It has a fold over flap which has a brass 'button' attached, a leather strap, stitched to the rear folds forward and over the 'button'. On the rear it has a leather belt loop for attaching to the Sam Browne Equipment Belt. All of the stitching on the holster is secure and in good condition. The shoulder strap secures through two brass belt loops on the belt. It retains all of the brass buckles and brass 'buttons'. The belt, holster and shoulder strap are all in matching brown leather, all have a very nice patina and the stitching on all of the items is present and secure. The belt comes with an ammunition pouch, two accessory pouches and a trench torch holder *wear to the retaining strap* stamped to the top ‘E.N.F.H’ with torch present with metal top plate inscribed ‘The Orilux-J.H. Steward 406, Strand London’ .The body of the torch is fabricated from metal, capsule-shaped, with a large bull's eye style glass lens on the front, supported by a protruding circular metal frame. The metal top is held in place with screws on either end and has two posts. A very nice set, in superb condition for its age. The price includes delivery. 19266.
£375.00

Boer War .303 x 50 Round Leather Bandolier. L 403. - L 403
This is a Boer War era British 50 round leather Bandolier for the .303 round. These bandoliers were used by British forces during the Boer wars and often used if captured by Boer forces (A bandolier or a bandoleer is a pocketed belt for holding either individual bullets, or belts of ammunition. It is usually slung sash-style over the shoulder and chest, with the ammunition pockets across the midriff and chest. Though functionally similar, they are distinct from chest rigs, which are designed to hold magazines instead). This example is made from thick chestnut coloured leather with fully working brass buckle and fastening studs and 122cm in length. Made to hold 50 x .303 rounds (The .303 British (designated as the 303 British by the C.I.P. and SAAMI or 7.7×56mmR, is a .303-inch (7.7 mm) calibre rimmed rifle cartridge, It was the standard British and Commonwealth military cartridge for rifles and machine guns from 1889 until the 1950s when it was replaced by the 7.62×51mm NATO). This would have been used by British forces in the Boer War of 1899-1902 (South African War, also called Boer War, Second Boer War, or Anglo-Boer War; to Afrikaners, also called Second War of Independence, war fought from October 11, 1899, to May 31, 1902, between Great Britain and the two Boer (Afrikaner) republics—the South African Republic (Transvaal) and the Orange Free State—resulting in British victory). With a nice aged patina this bandolier is in near perfect condition for its years. Stamped to the end of the strap Walmone? The price includes UK delivery. L 403.
£295.00

WW2 Era Nazi German Army Officer’s Leather Hard Case Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Pistols. L 402 - L 402
An original, WW2 era Leather Holster for Luger 9mm Parabellum Pistols in excellent condition. Made of brown Cow hide, the Holster has an integral leather pouch with stud fastener sewn into the inside of its lid, for a Luger pistol stripping tool. The holster has a magazine pouch on its right aspect. The flap cover of the holster is secured by a buckle which functions as it should. The holster has 2 rear belt loops & correct quick draw strap with leather toggle. All leather and stitching are clean and intact. There are no maker or date marks visible on this holster. The price includes UK delivery. L 402
£295.00

**VERY RARE**WW1 1917 British WD Royal Navy Air Service (RNAS) Pilot Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley .455 Service Revolvers & .455 Semi Auto Pistols By ‘J & A Hillman Ltd’ With Cross Belt. Sn 19528 - 19528
In WW1 the British RNAS were issued with Webley .455 semi auto pistols and Revolvers . This is a rare WW1 dated British RNAS Officer's Brown Leather Holster For Webley .455 Service Revolvers & Semi Automatic Pistols. A copy of a contemporary photograph taken in autumn 1914 shows a group of Royal navy Flight Officer’s & Royal Marine Officer’s, at least 2 of whom are carrying one of these holsters is illustrated in image 1. Our holster has the correct riveted seam, full flap cover with single brass stud and retaining strap with eyelet. The rear has stitched tabs which support a leather cross belt with brass buckle. All rivets are in place and all stitching intact. The inside of the holsters’ flap has an ink WD arrow and initials ‘PH’. The front of the holster is stamped by the manufacturer ‘J&A Hillman Ld’ and date ‘1917’. The price for this rare RNAS holster includes UK delivery. Sn 19528
£295.00

**VERY RARE**WW1 1916 Imperial German Holster / Shoulder Stock Combination Rig For Mauser Broom Handle C96 Semi Automatic Pistols With Pouch Containing Spare Magazine Spring & Cleaning Rod. Sn 19446 - 19446
This is an excellent and very hard to find, original, WW1 German Holster / Shoulder Stock Combination For Mauser Broom Handle C96 Semi Automatic Pistols. These pistols were issued to Infantry troops in a wooden holster that doubled as a shoulder stock. Our example is all original and complete. The wood shoulder stock holster has the correct knurled steel button which opens the hinged lid. The hinge plate has a fixed belt bar. The muzzle end of the holster has the correct steel slide with release catch that allows the holster to be attached to the grip frame recess of a C96 broom handle Mauser pistol. The holster has its original leather belt rig. The rig has the correct magazine pouch with flap cover and stud fastener to the front. The pouch contains a spare magazine spring. One side of the rig is slotted for its original wood handled steel cleaning rod. The tool is held in place by a leather stap with stud fastener. The rig also has a leather retaining strap secured by a stud fastener that fits over the top of the wood stock / holster and 2 rear belt loops. The rear of the holster is impressed with indistinct manufacturer detail & dated 1916. All leather & stitching are intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19446
£1,495.00

WW1 1918 dated Imperial German Army Officer’s Leather Hard Case Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Pistols With impressed Manufacturer Mark & BA.XI Ink Stamp. Sn 19454 - 19454
An original, WW1 dated Leather Holster for Luger 9mm Parabellum Pistols in excellent condition. Made of brown Cow hide, the Holster has an integral leather pouch with stud fastener sewn into the inside of its lid, for a Luger pistol stripping tool. The holster has a magazine pouch on its right aspect. The flap cover of the holster is secured by a buckle which functions as it should. The inside lid of the holster has an impressed manufacturer mark ‘1918’ date & BA.XI ink stamp. The holster has 2 rear belt loops. The holster has the correct quick draw strap with leather toggle. All leather and stitching are clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 19454
£295.00

**SCARCE**MINT** UNISSUED** WW1 Era Leather Spare Horseshoe Carrier With Integral Frog & Saddle Straps For British 1908 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword Scabbard. L 401 - L 401
This is an original WW1 Era Leather Spare Horseshoe Carrier With Integral Frog & Saddle Straps For British 1908 Pattern Heavy Cavalry Troopers Sword Scabbard. The sturdy leather carrier is in near mint unissued condition with correct brass riveted integral frog, securing strap with buckle and saddle attachment strap with eyelet. The inside of the carrier has a small pouch with flap for nails or ammunition All leather & stitching are clean and intact. Inset in image 2 a Horseshoe carrier frog attached to a 1908 pattern sword scabbard is illustrated. The price includes UK delivery. L 401 (NB 1908 pattern swords with scabbards are available separately on this website).
£225.00
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