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RESERVED RESERVED Post-War WWI Dated Imperial German ‘Reproduction’ of a Full Artillery Luger 08 Pistol Holster, Wooden Shoulder Stock, Rig and Magazine Pouch. 20521. - 20521
A reproduction WWI Imperial German artillery Luger 08 pistol (The adoption of the Lange Pistole 08 or LP 08, known as the "Artillery Luger", was authorised by the Kaiser on 2 July 1913. This P08 variation was equipped with a 200 mm (7.9 in) barrel, an 8-position tangent rear sight and a board-type shoulder stock with an attached leather holster. In the event of close combat, the pistol was intended to be used as a carbine with the shoulder stock attached to a lug mounted on the heel of the pistol frame.) holster and wooden shoulder stock rig. The Holster is dark brown leather and is maker marked ‘Gustav Reinhardt, Berlin-1915’. The leather is rich and supple and the leather work, metalwork and stitching is all intact. The tool pocket inside the flap which houses the tool *included* is intact as is the cleaning rod *not included* pouch. The double magazine *magazines not included* pouch is in equally good condition with a beautifully aged patina. The hardwood stock has aged well with no damage to the wood or the fixing mechanism. The rig and brass studs are damage free. The price for this impressive set includes UK delivery. 20521.

WWI Ottoman Empire Turkish Other Ranks M1909 Belt Buckle and Leather Belt. 20538. - 20538
The buckle is brass and rectangular in shape, the back plate has fitted to the centre a white metal circlet that features a five-pointed star above a crescent with a personal insignia. The buckle bears a striking resemblance to those produced by Germany, and demonstrated the strong influence Germany had over the Turkish army at that time. Measuring; Width 46 mm, Height 15 mm, Length 63 mm and in good overall condition with only minor service wear. The leather is supple and the stitching is intact, as is the clasp. The belt has been cut at the buckle end and now measures; 29 ½ “. The price includes UK delivery. 20538.

WW2 1944 Nazi German Army Walther P38 Leather Holster By ‘dkk’ (Friedrich Offermann u. Soehne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg). Sn 20409 - 20409
A WW2 dated Walther P38 black leather holster by ‘dkk’ ( the Nazi German code for Friedrich Offermann u. Soehne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg). The black leather holster is in excellent condition and has a fold over top which secures with a leather strap over an alloy stud which is riveted to quick release flap. Stitched to the front is a leather magazine carrier. All leather and stitching is clean and secure. On the reverse it has two leather belt loops. Between the loops it is stamped with the Nazi wartime secret manufacturer code "dkk" which was allocated to Friedrich Offermann u. Soehne, Lederwarenfabrik, Bensberg and dated ‘44’ (1944). It also has a Nazi heer Eagle with Swastika army acceptance stamp and is faintly impressed "P38". The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20409

WW2 Era Nazi Marked WaA 788 (Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn) German Luger PO8 9mm Semi Automatic Pistol Dark Brown Leather Hard Case Holster. Sn 20408 - 20408
An original WW2 Luger PO8 holster made of dark brown cow hide. The top is secured with a leather strap and metal buckle, both are in very good condition. The holster has a magazine carrier stitched to the right aspect. The reverse of the holster has two leather belt loops, both of which are secure. The outside of the holster has a nice original patina. All of the stitching is in excellent secure condition. On the inside of the holster it retains the leather 'pull' strap with toggle and Luger maintenance tool pouch with flap cover and stud fastener. The rear of the holster is impressed Waffenamt ‘WaA 788’ (most likey the Nazi wartime secret code for code Juliuswerk-J. Schmidt & Sohn, Riemberg i. Schlesien). The inside of the holster has contemporary ink marks (illustrated). The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20408

British Boer War Webley .32” Revolver Holster - L 226. - L 226
A beautiful condition Brown leather, British, Boer War period holster for a small frame .32” Webley revolver (The Webley Revolver (also known as the Webley Top-Break Revolver or Webley Self-Extracting Revolver) was, in various designations, a standard issue service pistol for the armed forces of the United Kingdom, and countries of the British Empire and the Commonwealth of Nations, from 1887 to 1970) One can be found on our website ‘17699:11’. Complete with front flap, strap and brass stud. No makers marks, Original rear belt loop. *Holster Only* Price includes UK delivery. L 226

WWII German Leather Holster for the Walther PP Semi Auto Pistols. L 220. - L 220
This is an original, WWII, dark brown leather holster for Walther PP Pistols (The Walther PP (German: Polizeipistole, or police pistol) series pistols are blowback-operated semi-automatic pistols, developed by the German arms manufacturer Carl Walther GmbH Sportwaffen). The holster has a flap, top cover and single retaining strap with single brass stud fastener. The front aspect of the holster has a magazine pouch which is covered by the flap when closed. The rear of the holster has a double belt loop. The underside of the flap has a small manufacturer's mark which appears to contain letters ‘PP BERLIN GB’. All of the stitching is intact and the brass stud is in place. The price includes UK delivery. *Holster Only* L 220.

WWI Named to ‘W.H. Collins MC’ Webley .455 Service Revolver Holster Stamped Maker Geo. G.Bussey & Co 1917. 20193. - 20193
William Henry Collins entered the France/Flanders theatre of war as a Company Sergeant-Major in the 2nd Battalion Middlesex Regiment, on 7 November 1914. Later served as such with the 3rd Battalion Hampshire Regiment. Promoted to 2nd Lieutenant in the Hampshire Regiment on 16 April 1917. On 1 September 1918, 2nd Lieutenant Collins led ‘A’ Company, 10th Battalion Hampshire Regiment, in an assault on Bulgarian positions at the Roche Noire Salient, Salonika. Though wounded in the action, Collins continued to lead his men until all the objectives had been taken and a defensive position secured, taking 28 prisoners in the process. For his leadership and bravery in action, Collins was awarded the Military Cross. Post-war he served in India as a Captain in the Bombay, Baroda & Central India Railway Regiment. W.H. Collins was awarded ‘The Great War ‘Salonika’ M.C. group of four ‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty during an attack. No other officers were left in his company, and his three senior Sergeants were casualties, but he led his company with great skill and determination, setting a splendid example to all under his command. In capturing a position he was wounded, but did not wait to have his wounds dressed until all his objectives had been captured and his company was reorganised’. The holster is in very nice condition with all leather and stitching intact. W.H. Collins MC The Hampshires is clearly stamped to the front flap and Geo. G.Bussey & Co 1917 to the belt hook (George Gibson Bussey was born 1829 in Yorkshire, to a working family, and found work as an apprentice saddler at a young age. Having moved to London in 1851, he established himself as a saddler and gunsmith, and demonstrated an astute interest in identifying consumer trends. Bussey was reputed to have spent many early mornings strolling through the fashionable shopping areas of London, watching as windows were redecorated with new products, in an effort to ascertain which products were growing in popularity. Using such insight, by 1855 he had registered as a gun-case maker at 173 High Holborn; an apparent intersection of his two primary skill sets.). The price for this valued piece of history includes UK delivery. 20193.

WW1 1918 U.S. Army G & K (Graton & Knight) Leather Holster For Smith & Wessson & Colt .38 Calibre 4” Barrel Service Revolvers With ‘A.G’ Army Inspector’s Mark. Sn 20198 - 20198
These holsters were the standard holster for American troops carrying S&W and Colt .38 service revolvers. The holster is in excellent condition. It has a full flap cover with eyelet which fastens to a brass stud on the front of the holster. The front of the holster is embossed with the ‘U.S’ (Army) roundel. On the reverse it has a leather belt loop, secured with stitching and 3 brass rivets. The leather belt loop on the back of the holster is impressed by the manufacturer ‘G&K’ (Graton & Knight) above ‘1918’ date and US Army inspector’s mark ‘A.G’. The muzzle end of the holster has a brass lanyard ring for thigh cord. All of the stitching & leather of the holster is clean and intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20198 (NB The S&W 1914 Patent .38 4” barrel revolver illustrated in the images is not included but is available separately on this website reference Sn 20067:26)

WW1 1917 Imperial German J.M Eckart Ulmad Army Officer’s Leather Holster For Luger PO8 9mm Parabellum Pistols. Sn 20148 - 20148
An original, WW1 dated Leather Holster for Luger 9mm Parabellum Pistols. 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 a quick draw strap with correct leather toggle. The inside of the flap is impressed with 1917 date and manufacturer detail ‘J.M Eckart Ulmad’. All leather and stitching are clean & intact. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20148

SOLD SOLD (28/02 lAY-AWAY) **COMPLETE **ORIGINAL**MATCHING DATES & MAKER**WW1 1917 British Officers' Hobson & Sons London Sam Browne Equipment Belt Rig With Webley MK VI Service Revolver Holster, Ammo Pouch, Sword Frog & Cross Belts. Sn 20139 - 20139
This is an original WW1 Officer's Sam Browne equipment belt rig in excellent condition. The belt has all brass buckles and fittings including shoulder cross straps. The belt is fitted with an excellent .455 calibre MK VI service revolver holster with flap cover and stud fastener. The rear of the holster has the correct belt loop & brass fittings. The belt is also fitted with an excellent original ammunition pouch with flap cover, retaining strap & stud fastener and an original Sword frog. The buckles, leather & stitching of all components of the rig are intact. The belt, holster and ammo pouch have matching impressed maker cartouches ‘Hobson & Sons London’ together with matching 1917 dates. There are no maker or date marks on the sword frog or cross straps. The belt is adjustable from approx UK size 36" to 40" waist. The price includes UK delivery. Sn 20139
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