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themonsstar

Fantastic collections lads well done and thank you for showing & sharing.

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I'm inclined to think that they are WW1 period Mark, particularly the Mons. I'd love to see photographic evidence of them being worn though.

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Grovetown
On 02/04/2020 at 11:56, Cymro said:

Funnily enough, I've been doing exactly the same over the last few days. Luckily I had bought all the material I needed before the lock down and just needed the time. So I've done it!  An old gent in my local market in South Wales giving me a T/RHA/GLAMORGAN 40 years ago arguably started me in this hobby and last year I got the last for my collection. Still some additions, corrections and substitutions to do before framing, but here's what's there so far...

 

 

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Like the mufti badges a lot.

 

Sorry for not replying to your email yet - been a bit hectic.


Will do over the weekend.

 

Cheers,

 

GT.

 

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1 hour ago, Grovetown said:

 

Like the mufti badges a lot.

 

Sorry for not replying to your email yet - been a bit hectic.


Will do over the weekend.

 

Cheers,

 

GT.

 

Thanks, and no worries GT - Will look forward to it!

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trenchtrotter

Something for you. It’s a field grey shell under the cover. 

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mark holden

Now that is history. Excellent thanks TT

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That helmet is sensational. What a wonderfully evocative piece. Well done indeed Trench Trotter!

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mark holden

Comforts from Home 

 

 

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Some great stuff on this thread, please keep it coming!

 

Chris

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battle of loos

good evening,

 

superb collection of small tommy objects.

 

Michel

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16 hours ago, mark holden said:

Comforts from Home 

 

 

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Mark - that Khaki Kombination Kandle set is absolutely top drawer. I saw it and thought, that is a real rarity - for it completeness and condition if nothing else. Bravo, a really, really nice thing to have.

Some great period pieces there GWF. Fab collection!

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battle of loos
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good morning,

 

I have a question about the OXO box.
shouldn't have 'IN' between OXO and CUBE
for it to be contemporary in the first conflict?

 

I found this on the forum (page 2) :

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thank's

 

regards

 

michel

 

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1 hour ago, battle of loos said:

 

good morning,

I have a question about the OXO box.
shouldn't have 'IN' between OXO and CUBE
for it to be contemporary in the first conflict? 

thank's 

regards

michel

 

Hi Michel,

it would seem so;  no “in” and a hinged lid. 

Many thanks for the link, there are some great tins etc. on show there, the supply boxes are fantastic. 

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wainfleet

Fabulous stuff from all concerned, and a very definite +1 on Cymro's comment re the Kandlebox!

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mark holden

Souvenirs of Pte Percy Hiscock Devon R, RE and Labour Corps. 

 

Regards

 

Mark

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Paddy 60th
On 04/04/2020 at 23:45, GWF1967 said:

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On 05/04/2020 at 10:18, Cymro said:

Mark - that Khaki Kombination Kandle set is absolutely top drawer. I saw it and thought, that is a real rarity - for it completeness and condition if nothing else. Bravo, a really, really nice thing to have.

Some great period pieces there GWF. Fab collection!

Ive been trying to find A Khaki Kombination Kandle set for the past 15 years but so far with no luck !!

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gronksmil

Fantastic items everyone.

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mark holden

Gloves Barbed Wire and Gloves Wiring Party

 

I have shown these on the forum previously but resurrect the threads to add to Jon's  showcase.

 

 

 

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grenadierguardsman
On 31/03/2020 at 16:32, wainfleet said:

Some boots.

 

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I would get some Kiwi polish on these, they are going to get dry out  and get brittle. Should be polished on a regular basis IMHO.

Andy

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wainfleet
57 minutes ago, grenadierguardsman said:

I would get some Kiwi polish on these, they are going to get dry out  and get brittle. Should be polished on a regular basis IMHO.

Andy

 

I appreciate the concern but believe me, polishing with Kiwi is not right or sympathetic for these boots. They are in very good condition and still supple. If I were to treat antique leather with anything, it would be Cellugel which stabilises the leather without darkening it.

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NorthStaffsPOW

There are some lovely items on this thread. I wonder if I might add this souvenir belt (don't like the term "hate belt" when referring to these). This came to me untouched and is still quite grubby, unfortunately some items appear to have been lost to time. My favourite is this Derbyshire Yeomanry badge. There is also a nice pre-1902 Worcester shoulder title. 

 

 

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Michael Haselgrove

There are altogether too many superb items on this thread to comment on them individually.  However, thanks to everyone who has contributed such marvellous things.

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18 minutes ago, Michael Haselgrove said:

There are altogether too many superb items on this thread to comment on them individually.  However, thanks to everyone who has contributed such marvellous things.

Here is a helmet from my collection.  

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Oh Michael,

 

What a stunner. As a Welsh collector this has me swooning.  10th Welsh officer. I absolutely love it. Bravo!

 

 

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A bit 'After the Lord Mayor's show' this after Michael's lovely offering but here is a helmet to the 10th SWB in my collection. Also a Welsh Guards or Welsh Horse helmet with an unidentified sign on the opposite side. 

 

 

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