Militaria – 25th May 2013

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
840 A late 20th century Sergeant’s mess dress uniform, tailored by Uniformed for Sergeant Denley, comprised of black jacket with Sergeant’s stripes and dress crown, red waistcoat, white under garment and black trousers with red side stripe 20 30
841 A James Dixon & Sons copper and brass powder flask, the body embossed with a stylized acanthus leaf design, the cap with graduated nozzle, 20 cm long 40 60
842 A G & J W Hawksley copper and brass powder flask, the body embossed with scallop decoration, the cap with graduated nozzle, 20 cm long 40 60
843 A Curtis & Harvey powder flask, the rectangular body with lozenge-shaped paper label ‘The Diamond Grain Gun Powder’ with label to reverse, 14cm long 30 50
844 A G & J W Hawksley leather bound pear-shaped powder flask, the graduated nozzle for 2 1/2, 2 3/4, 3, 3 1/4 drams, maker’s stamp to top, 21 cm long 40 60
845 A 19th century copper and brass powder flask, the pear-shaped body with raised lattice work decoration with a graduated four section nozzle, unmarked, 21 cm long 40 60
846 A 19th century Eastern copper and brass powder flask, the circular body with raised scrolling design and incised foliage, fitted with a pair of suspension loops and decorative brass nozzle, 18 cm long 40 60
847 A 19th century copper and brass powder flask, the pear-shaped body with embossed decoration, missing nozzle and unmarked,  together with a 19th century pistol powder flask, the copper body with brass graduated four-section nozzle, stamped patent a/f, approximately 20 cm L x 15 cm L 30 50
848 A large brass-style drawer military telescope by W. Ottway & Co Ltd., Ealing, London dated 1945, No 1488 housed in a 76 mm Gun MI container, 90cm extended 30 50
849 A WWI periscope entiteld ‘The Lifeguard Pocket Periscope’, in original case with cleaning kit, and two range finding rules 30 50
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