Militaria – 19th May 2012

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
265 A late Victorian cavalry sword in brass and leather scabbard, together with a Victorian sabre in metal scabbard 50 110
287 A WW11 artillery shell, deactivated 20 40
313 An early 20th century Royal Dublin Fusiliers officer’s tunic 70 80
314 A WW11 British Kent Medical Officers jacket 45 55
437 A Waterloo medal the edge inscribed; ‘Edward Prince, 3rd Batt. Grenad. Guards’, with replacement silver suspension loop, some wear, ribbon lacking 700 1000
438 An 1882 silver Egypt medal, the rim inscribed ‘G.Doyle. A.B. H.M.S. Supply’, issued to Royal Navy and Army after the opening of the suez canal in 1869, without clasp and ribbon, a 1914-1919 Victory medal, the edge stamped ‘6725 PTE. J.E. Upton, 14-LOND.R’, together with a silver 1914-1918 British War medal, the edge stamped ‘6725 PTE. J.E. Upton 14_Lond.R’, both with ribbons (3 items) 30 40
439 A German 1938 Austrian Annexation medal, issued by Hitler in1938, known as the Commemorative medal 3 March 1938, awarded to Nazi Germans who took part in the Annexation of Austria, complete with ribbon and case 50 80
440 A Nazi German enamel WWII 1938 Mother’s Cross, 1st class, gold issue, inscribed to back ’16 Dezember 1938′, (at fault) – Awarded to mothers to encourage them to have more children. A 1st class medal indicates between 7/8+ children 30 50
442 Silver and bronze Hitler Youth proficiency badges, the badge in the form of a Tyr-Rune with central Swastika inside a circle, given for achievement in the Hitler Youth 80 120
443 A Hitler Youth sports lapel pin, a WSKOV donation badge, a D.R.A. (Deuthes Reichsport Ausschuss) bronze sport badge plus one other 20 40
444 An Austrian WWI bronze medal, Kaiser Karl issue Tapferkeit – Fortitudini for bravery 1917-1918, awarded for bravery for the participation of the Great War. Makers mark ”Kautsch” under shoulder, with ribbon, together with an Austrian WW1 Karl- Truppekreauz Cross, awarded to troops who served in the field against an enemy for a minimum of 12 months and participated in at least one battle, with ribbon 30 40
445 A rare German WWI gilt hinged bracelet possibly made from the drive band from a German shell. Decorated with an enamel 1914/15 badge flanked by two enamel iron crosses. To the inside, an engraved panel reads Weltkreig (World War), fitted with a spring clasp and safety chain, in original makers box 160 200
449 A WWII German Naval Officer’s dress dagger with brass eagle pommel, composite amber handle, the hilt decorated with anchor and rope and push button lock. The blade etched with ships and anchors and stamped W.K. The hammered brass scabbard with suspension loops and acorn and oak leaf mounts 150 200
450 A 50 bore percussion cap pistol by Henry Nock of London, the back engraved block marked H. Nock London with rosewood stock, barrel length 4.5cm 100 150
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