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Lot 151

A Late Victorian Ebonised Oak Constabulary Night Stick, with ring turned mushroom knop, silver collar engraved with foliage and inscription "Presented to Wm. Dickinson on leaving the Police Force by his Son", the tapering haft with steel ferrule, 85cm

Estimate: £70-90

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Lot 152

A Victorian Lady's Type Bludgeon in Fruitwood, with ring turned decoration, leather adjoining strap and wrist strap and disc pommel, 38cm

Estimate: £70-90

Sold: £70
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Lot 153

An Early 20th Century Constabulary Sabre Truncheon, constructed of wood bound with twine, now painted black, the leather guard stamped GIDDEN and with leather wrist strap, 91.5cm
**Issued to mounted Police officers from the 1920's, they would originally have been white and had a scabbard from which they were drawn like a sword. This example was reputedly found at a South Yorkshire pit after it closed following the Miner's Strike in the 1980's

Estimate: £100-150

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Lot 154

A Mahogany Glazed Display of Truncheons, comprising a William IV ebonised example, painted in gilt and red with Royal cypher; a Victorian mahogany example with painted Royal cypher; four plain examples in lignum vitae, mahogany and oak; a Naval persuader/cosh of twisted baleen; a leather covered beagling whip with weighted pommel (sealed into the case)

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 155

An East European Lobster Tail Helmet (Zischagge), possibly 17th Century, the one piece skull with six ribs, set with a separate ring finial on a circular washer, the peak formed from a separate piece and with central aperture and heart shaped screw for a nasal bar (missing), the neck protector of four articulated lames with original leather backing straps

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £450
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Lot 156

An East European Lobster Tail Helmet (Zischagge), possibly 17th Century, the one piece skull with six ribs, set with a separate ring finial on a circular washer, the peak formed from a separate piece and with central aperture and heart shaped screw for the nasal bar, the neck protector of three articulated lames, the fourth lame missing, with original leather backing straps

Estimate: £250-300

Sold: £380
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Lot 157

An Imperial German Leather Pickelhaube, the brass spike with five ventilation holes, brass spine and bound front peak, with copper gilt helmet plate, enamelled cockarden, leather chinstrap and liner, the interior marked R.84. 1898.1.B. 1910.1.C. I., with all weather cover, the interior stencilled No.2 JR84 !C I 1900 and with label for Kluck

Estimate: £300-500

Sold: £2200
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Lot 158

A Second World War Brodie Helmet to the Police, with black oil cloth liner, the liner straps stamped 7 VERO I 1938, with elasticated webbing chin strap; a Pre-war City of London Police Helmet, with black felt covered cork shell, the comb with darkened mount for night duty, lacks badge, the interior bearing traces of London label (2)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £110
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Lot 159

An Indo-Persian Khula Khud, late 19th / early 20th century, the domed skull decorated with brass mounts, central spike, adjustable nasal guard flanked by plume holders and hung with riveted chain mail, together with a Nepalese/Chinese brass-mounted leather tinder pouch with integral steel striker (2)

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £180
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Lot 160

Four Second World War Hats, comprising an RAF side cap, a Rifle Regiment green beret, an ATS side cap and a glengarry (4)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 161

A German Leather Pickelhaube, the brass spike with five ventilation holes, the spine with ventilation slide, leather liner, lacks helmet plate, chinstrap and cockades

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £250
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Lot 162

Four Various Police Helmets, two with combs and chrome helmet plates to Northumbria Police, one with ball top and chrome helmet plate to Nottinghamshire Constabulary, one with blackened rose top and helmet plate to Durham Constabulary; a Small Collection of Police Accoutrements, including a pair of handcuffs, chrome cap badges, buttons, rank stripes, whistles, a truncheon etc

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 163

A Russian O.R's Brass Helmet to the Imperial Horse Guards Regiment, the one piece skull with seperate peak and simulated neck lames with white metal studs and folded edge, surmounted by a large white metal Russian two headed eagle, the white metal rayed star helmet plate centred by yellow and red enamelled eagle badge, with folded cloth backed brass chin scales and leather liner

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £700
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Lot 164

An East European Lobster Tail Helmet (Zischagge), the one piece skull with six ribs, set with a separate ring finial on a circular washer, the peak formed from a separate piece, the nasal bar with small heart shaped securing screw, with pierced ear flaps, the neck protector of four articulated lames

Estimate: £700-800

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Lot 165

A French Fireman's Brass Adrian Helmet, with shallow comb, the terminal embossed with a flaming grenade, the helmet plate embossed with the legend SAPEURS POMPIERS SOULTZSOUS FORETS, over a coronet, flaming grenade flanked by laurel leaves and oak leaves, the left side with plume holder and black and orange feather plume, lacks liner and chin strap

Estimate: £120-180

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Lot 166

An Early 20th Century German Fireman's Brass Adrian Style Helmet by J G Lieb, Biberach, Riss, with shaped shallow comb, embossed front plate of a shield enclosing M, the peak and neck protector with rolled edge, the underside with maker's applied white metal label, with leather liner and chin strap

Estimate: £100-150

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Lot 167

An Early 20th Century French Fireman's Brass Helmet, with high fluted comb, embossed front plate with the legend SRS POMPIEURS DE MURON, flaming grenade, crossed axes, oak and laurel leaves, the left side with plume holder and red, white and blue feather plume, with velvet backed brass chin scales and leather sweat band, lacks liner

Estimate: £350-380

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Lot 168

An Imperial German M16 Army Helmet, with later camouflage paint, with three part padded leather liner, lacks chinstrap

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £150
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Lot 169

A French Second Empire Cuirassier's NCO's Helmet, with steel skull, peak and three lame neck guard with brass bound edges, the raised brass comb embossed with husks and fluting and with Medusa head finial, set with long black horse hair tail, brass frontal badge of a flaming grenade against laurel leaves, the left side set with a brass plume holder with red feather plume (2nd Squadron), with brass circular rosettes and leather backed chin scales, with seven tongue leather liner

Estimate: £400-600

Sold: £450
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Lot 170

Warsaw Pact Interest - an East German turtle combat helmet with cushioned leather liner and chin strap, a Russian tank driver's soft black cloth helmet with enamel badge, ear phones and connecting wire, and a Russian brown bakelite cased field telephone TA-57 (3)

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 171

A German M18 Combat Helmet, with later SS decal and leather liner; another, with green paint, lacks liner; a US Second World War Trench Spade, with folding blade, green painted wood handle and canvas cover (3)

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £160
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Lot 172

A Second World War Swedish Greatcoat, in field grey wool, double breasted with bottle green lay down collar, green pebbled metal buttons, the lining stencilled with a crown/1941/104, the right arm later applied with a German eagle and swastika

Estimate: £60-80

Sold: £60
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Lot 173

A Uniform to a Lieutenant of the Royal Artillery, comprising a No.1 dress tunic with bullion collar badges, brass buttons (King's crown) and gilt metal rank pips, a pair of blue trousers with scarlet side stripes and a peaked cap, also a battledress blouse and trousers with label dated 1950/51, a No.2 service peaked cap to the West Yorkshire Regiment and a Sam Browne belt (7)

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £160
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Lot 174

A Victorian Royal Navy Cadet's Uniform to Thomas Candler Wharton of Her Majesty's Training Ship "Worcester", comprising black wool tail coat with brass buttons and gold lace and white wool facings, waistcoat with silver ball buttons, white cotton twill breeches, black wool jacket and white corduroy breeches, peaked cap with raised bullion cap badge, and black silk bicorn hat, together with a 1 1/2inch single draw telescope, engraved with his name, with leather sleeve and case; a copy of The Young Officer's Scrap & Reference Book containing some of his work, and a printed copy of an 1893 article `Thames Nautical Training College, H.M.S. "Worcester"'
**Thomas Candler Wharton died of pneumonia at the age of 17 years in 1891
See lot 246 for a related item

Estimate: £500-700

Sold: £900
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Lot 175

A Collection of Militaria Pertaining to 167689 Flight Lieutenant Raymond A Woodhouse RAF, Later 1813711 Pilot Officer RCAF, including a framed display of his 1939-45 War Medal, dog tag, Navigator's wing and bullion cap badge, also unframed dog tags, RAF and RCAf log books, Pay books, Identity cards, photographs, insignia, badges and related items, also his part uniform, comprising greatcoat, tunic and aircrew blouse, with kit bag, also, a Defence Medal ribbon attached to a letter and a British War medal miniature and box to Mr H Woodhouse in Royal Signals box, all contained in a green canvas covered suitcase

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £300
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Lot 176

A Second World War Uniform to a Captain of the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, comprising a No.2 Service tunic with brass buttons, rank pips, bronze collar badges and sleeve insignia to 1st/6th Airborne Division, with lanyard and pair of trousers, also a battle blouse, leather Sam Browne with pistol holster and knife sheath, together with a Defence Medal and Special Constabulary Service Medal to John A M Polson and a book - Notes on Field Artillery Equipment; Masonic Regalia to the Polson Family, including an apron, collar with gilt metal jewel and a pair of gauntlets to Provincial Steward - Northumberland, two Craft aprons in leather wallets, two gilt metal jewels, book etc

Estimate: £120-180

Sold: £600
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Lot 177

A Collection of Scottish Bandsman's Clothing, including a Piper's black ostrich feather bonnet, with white hackle, a glengarry, a tam o'shanter, a crimson tunic with staybrite buttons, gaiters, two pairs of trousers, stockings, belts etc

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £170
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Lot 178

A Collection of British Military Uniform Accessories, including Sam Browne belts; stable belt; various dress belts; reproduction leather dispatch pouch and belt; holsters; gaiters; canteen in canvas case; colour sergeant's sash, etc.

Estimate: £70-100

Sold: £150
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Lot 179

Two No.2 Dress Uniforms, of tunic with brass buttons to the Royal Artillery, one with rank badges to a Lieutenant Colonel, and trousers; a No.2 Dress Tunic to Royal Artillery, together with a Greatcoat (4)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £130
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Lot 180

Two No.1 Dress Blue Tunics, with brass buttons to the Royal Artillery; a similar Frock Coat, with rank badges to a Lieutenant Colonel; a "Uniformal" Mess Dress Uniform to a Colour Sergeant REME; a Mess Dress Uniform, to the Royal Artillery; a Mess Dress Jacket, to 2nd Lieutenant, Royal Artillery Reserve

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £50
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Lot 181

A Victorian Mess Dress Uniform to a Second Lieutenant of the Royal Artillery, comprising a blue jacket with silver bullion knotted epaulettes and rank insignia, raised bullion collar badges and silvered ball button front fastening, a crimson waistcoat with similar fastening and silver lace trim, a pair of buff trousers with grey side stripes, and a pill box forage hat (4)

Estimate: £200-250

Sold: £200
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Lot 182

An Early 20th Century Blue Tunic to the 6th Dragoon Guards (Carabiniers), with white stand-up collar and cuffs with yellow Austrian knots, bullion lace corporal's stripes, marksman and trumpeters skill-at-arms sleeve badges, bimetal collar badges and brass buttons to the front, cuffs and tails, together with an 1885 pattern white buckskin waist belt with snake buckle and two sword slings

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £110
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Lot 183

A Blue Tunic and Peaked Cap to a Sergeant of the 17th Lancers, the tunic with stand-up collar, white collar tabs and white metal collar badges, buttons and chain epaulettes, with bullion lace rank stripes, Marksman and Fencing skill-at-arms sleeve badges, with Second World War ribbon bar and label for 1956 Size 17, the cap with white piping, hat band and white metal cap badge, with chin strap (2)

Estimate: £80-120

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Lot 184

A German Third Reich Krim Arm Shield, with four blade fixing to the back (one broken) and with metal backing plate, both magnetic; a German Third Reich SA Sports Badge, bronze class, with vertical sword shape pin, marked R.SIEPPER & SOHNNE, EIGENTUM DER OBERSTEN SA FUHRUNE, LUDENSCHEID; an Italian Fascist Black Shirt GIL Collar Badge, in white metal; a German Third Reich Cap Eagle (4)

Estimate: £80-120

Sold: £100
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Lot 185

A German Third Reich Afrika Korps Field Cap, of olive green twill, with two ventilation gromets to each side of the skull, applied with a woven national eagle in light blue/grey threads on a cut-out, woven tan rayon base, over a national tricolour cockade and with inverted green piping to the Panzer Grenadier unit, the red lining stamped with maker's name Gg. Schwert, size 57, numbered 235 and dated 1942

Estimate: £450-550

Sold: £750
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Lot 186

A Rare German Third Reich NSDAP Banner for Farm Workers, of crimson cotton, one side appliqued with a gold cotton sword and sheaf of corn over black swastika and white roundel, the reverse upper spandrels each printed in black ink "Landesbauernschaft Sudmark, Abt. JDA, Presse und Propaganda, Grasr. Salominiplatz 12", 153cm by 155cm

Estimate: £800-1200

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Lot 187

A Good Pair of Carl Zeiss, Jena Black Enamelled Brass Turret Binoculars, with 12,20,40 X 80 Magnification, the swivelling turrets each set with three revolving oculars, with textured leather sleeves, one lens lacking its pull-off dust cover, housed in a fitted green canvas covered case stencilled L.W. and with leather straps and folding wood tripod

Estimate: £1500-2000

Sold: £2500
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Lot 188

A Pair of Second World War German 10 X 80 Observation Binoculars by Emil Busch A-G, Optische Industrie, Rathenow, with bakelite adjustable lens housings, the left side set with filter knob, the right side stamped D.F.10X80, with maker's code cxn, 75867, 35831, with detachable anti-flare hoods

Estimate: £500-600

Sold: £500
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Lot 189

A Pair of Second World War German U-Boat Conning Tower U.D.F 7 x 50 Binoculars by Carl Zeiss, Jena, finished in grey paint, stamped with maker's code blc, eagle and swastika M IV/I, U.D.F. 7x50, 565, with one hinged eyepiece missing.
**The U-boat U565 was badly damaged by aircraft on 19th September 1944 and then scuttled on 24th September 1944 at the Greek Naval Base of Salamis

Estimate: £1500-1800

Sold: £3000
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Lot 190

An Imperial German Ships Brass Bell, from the U-boat U.C.15, the interior rim cast 15 C, with steel clapper, 15cm diameter

Estimate: £300-400

Sold: £300
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Lot 191

A German Third Reich Portable Typewriter, finished in dark grey enamel, the paper rest with gothic D M in gilt, the keyboard with SS key

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £400
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Lot 192

A German Third Reich Hitler Youth Area Banner, each side of the white banded red cotton field applied with the HJ lozenge and swastika badge in white and black cotton, one side upper left corner with an appliqued green felt rectangle with area number 2/741 in white, the whole with white twisted cotton fringed border, 84cm by 70cm

Estimate: £150-180

Sold: £300
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Lot 193

A German Third Reich Kinderlandverschickung Poster, printed with laughing children hanging out of a train window over the inscription "Kommt mit in die Kinderlandverschickung. Anmeldungen fur die 30-010 jahrigen erfolgen bei der NSV., fur die 10 - 14 jahrigen in den Schulen", 57cm by 40cm, in a glazed frame

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £90
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Lot 194

A Second World War German Zeiss-Aerotopograph G.m.b.H., with pale green painted finish, numbered Ner.201858 and dated 1944, with instruction booklets in fitted pale grey wood box

Estimate: £50-60

Sold: £50
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Lot 195

A German Artillery Double Sided Commemorative Banner, one side of blue taffeta richly embroidered with a cannon and flaming grenades in colours and with gilt thread embroidered inscription 1910 ARTILLERIE-VEREIN FUR GOCH UND UMGEGEND 1939, the opposing side of gold coloured satin embroidered in blue and gilt PRO GLORIA ET PATRIA ULTIMA RATIO REGIS enclosing crossed cannon barrels and helmets, all with gold metal bullion fringe borders and blue suspension tabs, 105cm square

Estimate: £500-600

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Lot 196

A German Third Reich Allgemeine SS EM/NCO's Visor Cap, in black wool whipcord, with cream piping, with silver coloured metal eagle and swastika over Death Head badge, black leather chinstrap, the underside of the vulcanite visor marked in black RZM centred by SS runes, with tan leather sweatband enclosing RZM label printed 20.10.34, the tan oil cloth lining with gilt SS runes enclosed by triangular sweat diamond

Estimate: £2000-2500

Sold: £2400
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Lot 197

Four Second World War German Anschluss Army Maps, of Southampton, Portsmouth and Isle of Wight, South West London and Windsor, South London, and Oxford, circa 1940-41

Estimate: £50-80

Sold: £200
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Lot 198

A German Third Reich Schutzpolizei Officer's Visor Cap, in green twill with green velvet centreband and green truppenfarbe, set with a three piece metal tricolour cockade, a later white metal police badge, black patent visor and twisted silver/aluminium chinstrap, with rayon liner and celluloid sweat panel faintly stamped with maker's name

Estimate: £200-300

Sold: £200
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Lot 199

German Third Reich Militaria, including a Mother's Cross, a Wound badge, day badges and medals, a cased copy of an Iron Cross first class, cap eagles, sports badge, High Seas Fleet war badge, copy badges etc

Estimate: £100-150

Sold: £420
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Lot 200

A German Third Reich Army EM's Belt, with steel buckle; another, with white metal buckle; an Imperial German Brass and White Metal Buckle, with leather belt; two West German Army Buckles, in nickel, with leather tongues and one belt; a Copy of a German Third Reich Army Officer's Field Blouse and Visor Cap, with white piping; a Copy of an Army Helmet, with double decals (9)

Estimate: £150-200

Sold: £200
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