This covers all equipment and ceremonial items used by armed forces from around the world from the 1700s to the current day.

Some of the most popular items of equipment are those used by the special forces and secret organisations such as the S.O.E (Special Operations Executive) during WW2.

During the late Georgian and Victorian era, the British armed forces excelled at the pageantry during parades and official state engagements. Officers and enlisted men dressed in fine uniforms which were enhanced by accoutrements and accessories such as Sabretache, Cuirass, Aiguillettes, Cross Belts, etc.

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Matthew Tredwen

Sale Date: Specialist in Arms, Armour , Militaria and Auctioneer

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Edward Mayne

Sale Date: Militaria and Auction Day Executive

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Sold for £820

Sold for £820

Inert WW1 Turkish 75mm Shrapnel Projectile

Sold for £4,400

Sold for £4,400

Indian Army Infantry Officers Shoulder Belt Plate

Sold for £3,500

Sold for £3,500

Victorian 16th Lancers Full Dress Sabretache

Sold for £580

Sold for £580

3x Waistbelt Clasps of Irish Guards

Sold for £1,500

Sold for £1,500

WW1 British Tank Crew Face Mask

Sold for £680

Sold for £680

WW1 British Trench Whistle

Sold for £2,800

Sold for £2,800

WW2 British Airborne Forces B.S.A Folding Bicycle

Sold for £3,200

Sold for £3,200

WW2 S.O.E Agents Concealment Key

Sold for £12,000

Sold for £12,000

Rare Swiss NEMA Cipher Machine

Sold for £1,350

Sold for £1,350

Victorian 21st Hussars Officers Sabretache

Sold for £1,400

Sold for £1,400

WW1 Tank Crewman’s Face Mask

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