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Canadian WS58 MK1 Wireless Set

This is a Canadian WS58 MK1 wireless set, which was developed in 1943 for communications in forward areas for inter-battalion use, infantry patrols and paratroopers. It was easy to set up and to use. It had a range of 5 miles with the 12ft rod aerial. The WS58 set was designed to replace the British No18 wireless set which weighed more and was conspicuous to carry. This example is complete except for the 12ft rod aerial which is missing. It consists of the radio set, the battery accessory pack with special harness, power supply unit which is American made and dated 1943, but stamped with the Canadian army acceptance marking. It also comes with its shoulder straps and spare valves in a special compartment. Two sets of earphones with mircophones are also included.

Code: 63062

695.00 GBP


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British Entrenching Tool & 37 Pattern Carrier

This is a British entrench tool and 37 pattern carrier. The head of the E-tool is dated 1944 and maker marked "Perks". The halve is dated on the bayonet lug end 1945 and marked with a Broad Arrow. The 37 pattern carrier has been blancoed and is maker marked 'C.P.LTD" and dated 1944.

Code: 63061

65.00 GBP


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British Army Life Belt

This is a unissued example of a British army life-belt of the type issued to British and Canadian troops who
took part on Operation Overland ( D-Day ) 6th June 1944. The life belt is dated 1945.

Code: 63060

95.00 GBP


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British 37 Pattern Map Case

This is a unissued example of a late-war 37 pattern map case, which is maker marked "W&G.LTD" and dated 1944.

Code: 63059

35.00 GBP


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British 37 Pattern Large Pack

This is a 37 pattern large pack, which has been blancoed. This example is maker marked "H&S.LTD" and dated 1940.

Code: 63058

20.00 GBP


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British Medics 37 Pattern Large Pack

This is a British army medics 37 pattern large pack, which is maker marked "C.S.Co" and dated 1942.

Code: 63057

25.00 GBP


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British General Service Gas Mask & Haversack

This is a good example of a General Service gas mask which comes with its MKVII haversack which is complete with all its contents, which include a 1939 dated field dressing, Anti-Gas goggles, still in their original packinging, anti-Lense dimmer and the anti-chemical/gas ointment. The gas mask is maker marked "AVON", the mask and filter are both dated 1940. The haversack is maker marked "Whitley" and dated 1942. The General Service gas mask was officially replaced by the Light Weight gas mask on 27th March 1943. However it continued to be used by low priority units to mid 1944.

Code: 63056

115.00 GBP


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British Light Weight Gas Mask & Pouch

This is a light weight gas mask which replaced the General Service gas mask on 27th March 1943. The face of this example is dated 14th November 1944. The straps are also dated 1944 and maker marked "W&G.LTD". However the gas mask and filter where both sold as surplus to Danish army in 1955. The mask and filter are both stamped with the Danish acceptance marking consisting of a crown above the letters CF for "Civil Forvaret" ( Civil Defence ). However all British markings are clearly visible. The filter is dated January 1945. It has also been dated 16th May 1955, when it entered Danish Military service. The gas mask's haversack has not been used by the Danes as it is not stamped with the Danish acceptance marking. The Danes would have also removed the belt hooks. The haversack contains anti-gas goggles, still in their original packaging and is maker marked "M&Co.H" and dated 1943.

Code: 63055

75.00 GBP


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British Light Weight Gas Mask & Pouch

This is a light weight gas mask which replaced the General Service gas mask on 27th March 1943. The face of this example two sets of dates, the 2nd June 1944 and the 8th September 1944. The straps are dated 1943 and maker marked "W&G LTD". The filter is dated also dated 1944. However the gas mask and filer where both sold as surplus to the Danish army in 1955. The mask and filter are stamped with the Danish acceptance marking consisting of a crown above the letters CF for "Civil Forvaret" ( Civil Defence ). However all British markings are still clearly visible. The Danes dated the filter 4th April 1955 when it entered Danish service. The gas mask's haversack, has not been used by Denmark, as it is not marked with the Danish acceptance marking. The Danes would have also removed the belt hooks. The haversack also contains a packet of anti-gas goggles still in their original packaging and is maker marked "W&G.LTD" and dated 1945.

Code: 63054

75.00 GBP


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British Home Front Gas Mask

This is a civilian home front issue gas mask in its original cardboard box which is named to a Mr Sidney Dulton, 105 Edward Street, Fenton, Stoke on Trent. The cardboard box comes with its original cotton bag. The the rubber of the mask has started to dry with age on the outer edges. Otherwise it is in good condition size marked "Medium" and dated 16th September 1938.

Code: 63053

30.00 GBP


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