The section titled Military Curios includes various items such as the famous WW1 Princess Mary Gift Tins which were sent to the trenches in 1914, these iconic items turn up on a regular basis but are most popular when they contain the original contents. Other items of Military curios would also include presentation items, military commemoratives, hallmarked silver regimental items and items which may have been carried on a British soldier as a lucky charm.
It is within this section of the auction which can produce some very strange and shocking prices as often these items are one off pieces which have not got a track record of prices achieved previously at auction.
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Sale Date: Specialist in Arms, Armour , Militaria and Auctioneer
Rare Original WW1 British Trench Sign
Sold for £760
Third Reich Period Meissen Plate
Sold for £4,900
Bronze Sculpture of Napoleon by Louis-Marie Morise
Sold for £1,750
Imperial German 36th Fusilier Presentation Statue
Sold for Hammer £1,850
WW1 Presentation Gold Pocket Watch
Sold for Hammer £500
Impressive Trench Art Model Tank “Jessie”
Sold for Hammer £240
Christmas 1914 Princess Mary Gift Fund Tin
Sold for Hammer £4,600
Boer War Silver Cigarette Case of Baden Powell