The Professor Charles Thomas Collection Auction
on Tuesday 24th April 2018
Saturday 21st April: 12 noon to 4pm
Sunday 22nd April: 12 noon to 4pm
Monday 23rd April: 12 noon to 4pm
Sale commences at 10am precisely
Lots: 351-400 of 450
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Lot 351
Miscellaneous British Insignia
A fine Victorian Royal Arms helmet-plate, as for Governor of Military Prisons but in white metal; a brass QVC Royal Arms within a foliate strap; a gilding metal star, as for Garter but with longer rays and incised central cross; a bit-boss for a mounted officer's charger; a KC forage-cap badge of the Royal Hospital; an eight-pointed brass Trained Soldier star; a TA lapel-badge, and a black cord boss for a field cap bearing IV numeral in white metal. (Lot)
Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 352
A Victorian Officer's Waist Belt Plate of the Royal Marines
An early Victorian example: rectangular burnished brass plate, mounted with the QVC Royal Crest in white metal. Detachable loop absent.
Estimate:  £120 - 180 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 353
Please note that the officer's white QVC Royal Arms helmet-plate; and a Garter star in gilding metal with incised cross have both been withdrawn from this lot. Both items now appear in lot 351.
A Group of Militaria
Including a white horsehair plume for a Royal Artillery officer's busby, in its grenade socket mounted with Royal Arms device (gilt of socket rubbed); an officer's white metal QVC Royal Arms helmet-plate; an officer's gold cord sword-knot with acorn finial; a black patent leather pouch belt of a Rifle regiment, complete with whistle, chain and chain-boss (lacking plate); a Rifles officer's pair of plaited shoulder-cords (one cord bearing Captain's rank stars); an Undress pouch of the Royal Artillery (lacking badge); an RAOC officer's gold-laced waist-belt and slings (lacking waist-plate), and a number of other incomplete laced belts; an officer's blue side-cap, and an OR's cap, both of the Royal Signals; stable-belts of the Royal Signals, RLC and REME; approximately 45 metal shoulder-titles including 72/HIGHLANDERS, T/RAMC/SOUTH MIDLAND and T/RFA/WELCH (some fixings defective); an assortment of officers' rank-stars and NCO's chevrons, some in gold or silver lace, others worsted; and assorted rank-slides, some with officers' worsted rank-badges; a Garter star in gilding metal with incised cross; a number of officers' and warrant officers' metal rank-badges and musicians qualification-badges; a collection of buttons, including two officer's gilt buttons of the 8th Regiment, probably for a double-breasted coatee or 1855 Pattern tunic (the Horses pointing in different directions), and another gilt button, of the 25th Regiment; a foul weather cover, the shape suggesting a Gentleman at Arms pouch; assorted lanyards; a swagger-stick with bugle-horn head; a pair of short brown leather gaiters; a 1939-45 Star, War Medal and Uganda Independence Medal, together with a group of six WW2 miniature metals and various groups of ribbons removed from uniforms. (Lot)
Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 354
Memorabilia of the Crimean War
A Royal Artillery Major's single gilt Undress scale mounted with Bath Star and 3-gun badge in white metal (complete with button but lacking attachments, gilt rubbed); a Field Marshal's button, said to be from Lord Raglan's coatee; a British officer's gilt button of the Turkish Contingent, buttons of the Staff, Medical and Commissariat, and various others, mainly foreign. Metal numerals for "Pork Pie" forage caps of the 30th, 38th, 39th and 55th Regiments; a gilt Sphinx badge from a Black Watch officer's bonnet; a large white metal brooch of the 44th Regiment (QVC above the Sphinx in a laurel wreath above EGYPT and AVA scrolls); a Crimea medal with Sebastopol clasp; an Allied gilt-copper commemorative medal for the battle of Inkerman; a group of coins totalling 3/4d (representing a day's pay of a Royal Artillery Sergeant Major); a small brass/wood model of a 12-inch mortar; a strip of machine-embroidered patriotic ribbon dated 1851 from the Great Exhibition; a 1st Edition copy of Florence Nightingale's "Notes on Nursing"; and a small book of paintings of contemporary French military uniforms. (Lot)

Estimate:  £250 - 400 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 355
Memorabilia of General Gordon
A manuscript note dated 8/1/74 to a Mr Waller inscribed "Before entrusting instruments to Mr Williams, see he is conversant with them"; another short letter dated 11/3/84 to Mr Waller, complete with its envelope and a transcript; a Union Flag, made in Khartoum from strips of coloured paper, sent to Mr Waller for his children. All items in individual glazed frames, together with three Egyptian Army buttons. (Lot)
Estimate:  £70 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 356
Boer War Memorabilia
A card bearing badges of the 74th (Dublin) Company, Imperial Yeomanry, an Imperial Yeomanry slouch hat badge with rosette and buttons, a badge of 31st Battalion IY (Fincastle's Horse), shoulder-titles of Roberts' Horse and the Commander in Chief's Bodyguard 1900-02, and buttons of the City of London Imperial Volunteers; badges of the Orange Free State Artillery and ZAR Staats Artillerie; a fragment of a flag, stated to be the first Union Flag to be hoisted in the OFS, in a glazed frame; Stereo images of British troops in action at the Modder River and Weppener (near Bloemfontein); a wooden plaque bearing souvenirs of the battle of Colenso in the form of shell splinters and bullets; two gilt medallions, commemorating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee and Edward VII's Coronation; a railway permit for a civilian dated April 1901; two miniature QSA medals, with clasps; a framed model pick-axe made by a railway pioneer of metal from a ruined bridge at Norval's Pont, 1901; and a South Africa 1900 Christmas present tin, complete with original chocolate contents. (Lot)
Estimate:  £150 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 357
Insignia of Reserve Units of the South African War.
A board bearing cap and collar-badges, shoulder-titles and buttons, of HM Reserve Regiment of Hussars, County regiments, Rifles, Scottish regiments, the Royal Irish Regiment and Royal Irish Fusiliers. Also of Lord Roberts's Bodyguard, the Legion of Frontiersmen, the Corps of Commissionaires, United Services Corps, Veterans Corps and the British Legion. (82 items)
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 358
Sundry Items of Military Memorabilia
A set of miniature WW1 medals (BWM and Victory medal); an OR's khaki side cap by L Silberston & Sons 1943, with white metal badge of the DCLI and a shaped insert of purple cloth behind the peak. Brass Universal Pattern buttons; a wooden cigar-box carved with Royal Engineer device and dated 1917, with a note inside stating that it was carved by a Cornishman serving in the Tunnelling Coy RE and presented to his commanding officer; a small model of a Highland Light Infantry officer in cloth Full Dress uniform (one boot absent, severe moth damage); a small "trench art" dagger made from a brass cartridge case (with Royal Arms attached) and crosspiece formed of two bullets, the blade made from the tip of a cruciform bayonet-blade, approximately 8 cm long; a cast brass ornament of Indian manufacture; and an undated cutting from a magazine illustrating a presentation of Colours to the 2nd Battalion DCLI at Raglan Barracks, Devonport; together with a framed coloured photograph of a cycle-born Volunteer machine gun detachment on the move, in grey uniform. (Lot)
Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 359
A large Collection of Cigarette Cards
Including Mills 'Army Badges Past and Present'; Players 'Army Corps and Divisional Signs' (1st and 2nd Series 1914 - 18), 'Regimental Standards and Cap Badges', 'Drum Banners and Cap-Badges' and 'RAF Squadron Badges'; Gallagher 'Army Badges'; Teofani & Co 'Past and Present'; Wills 'Military Motors' and Spitfire Productions 1969 'Battle of Britain' Series. (lot)
Note: These sets cannot be guaranteed for completeness.

Estimate:  £100 - 150 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 360
Greetings Cards
A board bearing small greetings and souvenir cards, embroidered in coloured silks, grouped around a photograph of a private soldier in khaki uniform, probably WW1 period. (15 items)
Estimate:  £30 - 50 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 361
Miscellaneous and Defective Badges and Buttons
Approximately 50 items, the majority damaged, and a bag of assorted military buttons. (Lot)
Estimate:  £60 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 362
A QUANTITY OF ASSORTED POST-WWII R.N. SERVICES UNIFORM ACCESSORIES
including gilt thread cap and other badges; approx. 100 gilt brass buttons; insignia for various ranks and departments etc.

Estimate:  £150 - 250 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 363
Buttons of Royal Naval Officers and Others
A card with buttons of Royal Naval Officers mostly in gilt-brass, including the Royal Naval Master's badge 1812; examples of the Royal Naval Reserve 1864- by Firmin & Sons, Pitt & Co. and other makers; buttons of the Royal Dock Yard Battalions, the Royal Naval Artillery Volunteers and the Royal Fleet Auxiliary; the remainder including buttons of the Corporation of Trinity House, the Mercantile Marine, the Royal Australian Navy, and others.
(84 items)
Estimate:  £60 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 364
A PAIR OF REVERSE GLASS PRINTS COMMEMORATING THE DEATH OF NELSON, STAMPA & SON, LONDON, 1806
hand coloured, titled 'Neptune drawn by Sea Horses, and preceded by Tritons bearing Emblematic Devices, Supporting his favourite Son ADMIRAL LORD NELSON in his Last Moments.' and 'A Monumental Tribute of RESPECT, to the Memory of ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, who in the Moment of VICTORY, Gloriously fell, Fighting for his COUNTRY,' both published 14 March 1806

both 25 x 35cm excluding gilt gesso frames

Associated Literature: L.P. Le Quesne, Nelson Commemorated in Glass Pictures, Woodbridge, 2001, No.61
Estimate:  £150 - 250 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 365
A MODEL 12 PDR BLOMEFIELD PATTERN CANNON, BLACK POWDER PROOF, 20TH CENTURY
with brass barrel cast with the crowned Royal Monogram and struck with black powder proof marks, characteristic ring cascabel, on its stepped wooden carriage; together with a French model breech-loading cannon, for shooting caps (breech block missing); on its field carriage with limber
the first: 26.0 cm; 10 ¼ in barrel
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Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 366
A MODEL FIELD GUN IN EARLY 19TH CENTURY STYLE, 20TH CENTURY
with brass multi-stage barrel, moulded cascabel, on its wooden field carriage with iron mounts (wheels loose), with its limber; together with a miniature howitzer, on its carriage; and two further miniature cannon, each on its carriage
the first: 13.2 cm; 5 ¼ in barrel
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Estimate:  £80 - 120 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 367
A PAIR OF STAFFORDSHIRE FLAT BACK EQUESTRIAN FIGURES OF GENERAL FRENCH AND LORD KITCHENER, CIRCA 1900
the opposing figures on titled bases, printed stamp SADLER/BURSLEM/ENGLAND to underside, both 30.5 cm high; together with a Copeland soup bowl, circa 1850, from the mess service of the XLVI Madras Native Infantry, painted with their device and blue and gilt scroll border

25.5 cm diameter, damage to rim

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Estimate:  £60 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 368
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Lot 369
MCBRIDE, Angus, Warriors & Warlords (2002); STEER, G. L., Caesar in Abyssinia (1936)

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Estimate:  £20 - 30 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 370
ALM, Josef, European Crossbows: A Survey (1994); BLACKETT, P. M. S., Military and Political Consequences of Atomic Energy (1948); CARMAN, W.Y., Louis Napoleon on Artillery: The Development of Artillery from the 14th to 17th century (1967); CARMAN, W. Y. The History of Firearms (1955); COCKCROFT, J. D, DALE, Henry, DESCH, Cecile H. et al, Atomic Energy: Its International Implications (1948); EWART FAIRBAIRN, William and SYKES, Anthony, Shooting to Live with the One-Hand Gun (1942); FFOULKES, C, The Gun-Founders of England, with a list of English and continental gun-founders from the 14th to 19th centuries, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press (1937); FLETCHER, David, Landships: British Tanks in the First World War (1984); GRIFFITHS, Major F.A., The Artillerist's Manual (1873); HEAD, Michael, French Napoleonic Artillery (1972) (2 copies); HOGG, I.V. & THURSTON, L.F., British Artillery Weapons and Ammunition 1914-1918 (1972); HUGHS, Major-General B.P., British Smooth-Bore Artillery, The Muzzle Loading Artillery of the 18th and 19th Centuries (1969); NELSON, R. J., Gun Carriages; An Aide Memoire to the Military Sciences, 1986 (1972); PARTINGTON, J. R., A History of Greek Fire and Gunpowder (1999); PRECIS, Demolitions and Explosives: Technical terms used in Demolition Work & Practices, 163 O.C.T.U (n.d.); ROADS, Christopher, The Gun (1978); TOMLINSON, H. C., Guns and Government (1979); WILSON, Lieutenant A.W., The Story of the Gun (1944);

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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 371
ABBOTT, P.E. & TAMPLIN, J. M. A., British Gallantry Awards (1971); BALMER, J. L., Regimental and Volunteer Medals, Volume 1: Regular Army (1988); COLE, Lieut-Col. H.N., Coronation and Royal Commemorative Medals 1887-1977 (1977); DORLING, Commander H. Taprell, Ribbons and Medals (1917); DORLING, Taprell, Ribbons and Medals (1957); GALE & POLDEN Ltd, Offical Naval & Military: Medals & Ribbons Presented to the British Forces from 1793 to the Present Day (-); GASKELL, LIEUT.-COLONEL J.B., Catalogue of War Medals and Decorations; GLENDINING's LONDON, Orders, Decorations and Medals (2000) GORDON, Major L.L., British Battles and Medals (1947); GOULD, Robert W., Campaign Medals of the British Army: 1815-1972 (1982); GOULD, Roy, The Service Medal of the Most Venerable Order of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem (Orders and Medals Research Society) (1999); HIERONYMUSSEN, Paul, Orders, Medals and Decorations of Britain and Europe in Colour (1967); JOSLIN, E.C., The Standard Catalogue of British Orders, Decorations and Medals, with valuations (1969); O'TOOLE, E., Decorations and Medals of the Republic of Ireland, Connecticut: Medallic Publishing Company, (1990); PURVES, Alec A., Orders and Decorations (1972); PURVES, Alec A., The Medals, Decorations & Orders of the Great War (1975); ST. JOHN AMBULANCE (ed.), Wearing of Orders, Decorations and Medals (1984); TOZER, Charles W., The Insignia and Medals of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem (1975); SAINSBURY, J. D., Hertfordshire Yeomanry and Artillery Honours and Awards (1976); Scrapbook of Infantry Regiment medals

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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 372
BOSTOCK, J, How to Instruct in Aiming and Firing, The School of Musketry (1915); COOKSLEY, Peter G., The RFC/RNAS Handbook 1914-18 (2000); COOKSLEY, Peter G., The RFC/RNAS Handbook 1914-18 (2000); CORBETT-SMITH, Major A., The Retreat from Mons, by one who shared in it (1917); GROSS, A, War Map of the Near East, The Daily Telegraph, London, (1914); HAY, I., Carrying On - After the First Hundred Thousand (1917); HAY, I., The First Hundred Thousand, Beung the Unofficial Chronicle of a Unit of 'K(I)', Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, (1915); JENKINS, H, The Wipers Times & After (1918); KIPLING, Rudyard, The New Army in Training (1915); KIPLING, Rudyard, France At War (1915); LINKLATER, E, The Defence of Calais, London, Tonbridge, His Majesty's Stationery Office (1941); PENNELL, J, Joseph Pennell's Pictures of War Work in England (1917); PULLING, C.B., Alexander, Manual of Emergency Legislation Comprising all the Acts of the Parliament, Proclamations, Orders, &c., Passed and Made of Consequence of the War (1914); THE WAR OFFICE, Military Books: Infantry Training (1914); WARD, H, Mr. Poilu: Notes and Sketches with the Fighting French (1916); WESTLAKE, Ray, The British Army of August 1914: An Illustrated Directory (2005); WESTLAKE, Ray (ed.) The Volunteer Force List, October 1918 (1918); 14th Booklet, Illustrated Post Cards; Clothing Regulations 1914 (Modern Facsimile Edition); Signal Training, Part 1 (1917); The Ruins of Zeebrugge (1914 - 1918); War Establishments (Part VII) (1915)
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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 373
ABBOTT, Peter, Armies in East Africa 1914 - 18 (2002); ANDERSON, Ross, The Forgotten Front 1914-1918: The East African Campaign (2007); BARING, Maurice, R.F.C. H.Q. - 1914-1918 (1920); BARING, Maurice, R.F.C. H.Q. - 1914-1918 (1968); BECKE, A. F., History of the Great War: Order of Battle of Divisions (Part 1) (1987); BECKE, A. F., History of the Great War: Order of Battle of Divisions (Part 2a) (1987); BRERETON, Lt.-Col. F. S, Under French Command; CONDELL, Diana and LIDDIARD, Working for Victory? Images of Women in the Forst World War 1914-1918 (1987); ELLIS, C. and BISHOP, D., Merchandised Warfare in Colour: Military Transport of World War I - Including Vintage Vehicles and Post War Models (1970); KIPLING, Rudyard. The Fringes of the Fleet (1916); LLOYD, A, The War in the Trenches, London, Book Club Associates (1976); MANNING, Frederic, Her Privates We (1970); MOORE, William, The Yellow Line (1974); MORRIS, James, Farewell the Trumpets: An Imperial Retreat (1979); PROTHEROE, Ernest, Lord Kitchener (1916); REMARQUE, Enrich Maria, All Quiet on the Western Front (First Published 1929); SIMKINS, Peter, Kitchener's Army: The Raising of the New Armies 1914-6 (1988); STALLWORTHY, Jon, Anthem for Doomed Youth (2003) (Contains invitation from Trustees of Imperial War Museum to the opening of the eponymous exhibition); SWINTON, Maj. Gen. Sir E., ed. Twenty Years After the Battlefields of 1914-18 Then and Now; TUCHMAN, Barbara, August 1914 (1962); WESTLAKE, Ray & CHAPPELL, Mike, British Territorial Units 1914-1918 (1991)

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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 374
A GROUP OF BOOKS ON REGIMENTAL HISTORY AND UNIFORMS
comprising 85 books (Full list available upon request)

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Estimate:  £60 - 80 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 375
A GROUP OF BOOKS ON REGIMENTAL HISTORY AND UNIFORMS
comprising 102 books (Full list available upon request)

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Estimate:  £70 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 376
BARTLETT, Vernon, Report from Malaya (1954); BELLIS, Malcolm A., British Regiments 1945-1995 (1997); BELLIS, Malcolm A., The British Army Overseas 1945-1970 (2001); CHAPPELL, Mike, RIPLEY, Tim, Security Forces in Northern Ireland 1969-92 (1993); DOUGLAS, David, Standing Orders: Scottish District (1904); DUNLOP, John K., The Development of the British Army 1899-1914 (1938); FORSYTH, Frederick, The Biafra Story: The Making of an African Legend (1969); FOSS, Christopher F., Armoured Fighting Vehicles of the World (1971); FRANCE, Christopher, The Ministry of Defence (1993); GILBERT BROWNE, J., The Iraq Levels 1915-1932 (1932); JAMES, Lawrence, 1854-56 Crimea: The War with Russia from Contemporary Photographs (1981); KERR, Walter, The Russian Army (1944); LE QUEUX, William, The Invasion of 1910 with a Full Account of the Seige of London (1906); MAGNUS, Phillip, Kitchener: Portrait of an Imperialist (1958); PEARSALL, Phyllis, Women at War (1990); PEEDLE, Bob, Encyclopaedia of the Modern Territorial Army (1990); PERRY, F. W., The Commonwealth Armies (1988); POPHAM, Hugh, The FANY in Peace and War (1984); PYE, Andrew & WOODWARD, Freddy, The Historic Defences of Plymouth (1996); QUARRIE, Bruce, Panzer-Grenadier Division: 'Grossdeutschland' (1977); RAMSEY, Winston G.(ed), After the Battle Gibraltar No. 21 (1978); ROUBICEK, Marcel, Echo of the Bugle (1974); TRENCH, C, The Indian Army and the King's Enemies 1900-1947 (1988); TYLDEN, G., The Armed Forces of South Africa (1954); WARD, Irene, F.A.N.Y Invicta; WESTLAKE, R. A., A Register of Territorial Force Cadet Units 1910-1922 (1984); WESTLAKE, Ray, The Territorial year book First Year of Issue (1909); WHITE, A. C. T., The Story of Army Education 1943-1963 (1963); WHITE, B.T., British Tanks and Fighting Vehicles 1914-1945 (1970); WHITE, G., & O'SHEA, B., Irish Volunteer Soldier, 1913-1923 (2003); WILLOUGHBY, Roger, A Military History of the University of Dublin and its Officers Training Corps 1910 - 1922 (1989); Large selection of Regiment Magazine back copies

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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 377
BIALER, Uri, The Shadow of the Bomber (1980); BITTNER, Dr Donald F., Royal Marine Spy 1910-13: Cpt. Bernard Frederic Trench, Royal Marines Light Infantry (1993); BLAXLAND, G., The Regiment's Depart, A history of the British Army 1945 - 1970 (1971); EDWARDS, Frank, The Gayish: A History of the Aden Protectorate Levies 1927 - 61 and the Federal Regular Army of South Arabia (2004); ENGLISH HERITAGE, Monuments of War: The evaluation, recording and management of twentieth century military sites (1998); HANKINSON, Alan, Man of Wars: William Howard Russell of The Times (1981); HAY, Col. George Jackson, An Epitomized History of the Militia (original 1908) (1987 modern facsimile edition); HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY OFFICE, The British Army in the Falklands 1982 (1983); HEYMAN, Charles, The British Army: a pocket guide 1997/8 (1997); ISAACS, Jeremy and DOWNING, Taylor, Cold War: The Book of the Ground-Breaking TV Series (1998); JACKSON, Major Donovan, India's Army; JACKSON, Robert, Suez 1956: Operation Musketeer (1980); MANN, Michael, The Veterans (1997); MCCAMLEY, N. J., Cold War Secret Nuclear Bunkers (2002); MIKSCHE, F.O., Secret Forces (1971); MINERS, N. J., The Nigerian Armies 1956-1966 (1971); MORRIS, Richard, Guy Gibson (1994); NEVILL, Ted, ROBERTS, Mike, British Airborne Forces in the 90s (1995); SHORTT, JAMES G., British Special Forces 1945 to the present (1986); STANHOPE, Henry, The Soldiers: an anatomy of the British Army (1979); SWINTON, Ernest, Maj. Gen. Sir, Twenty Years After the Battlefields of 1914-18:Then and Now, Volume 1 (1938); SWINTON, Ernest, Maj. Gen. Sir, Twenty Years After the Battlefields of 1914-18:Then and Now, Volume 2 (1938); SWINTON, Major-Gen. Sir Ernest, The Green Curve Omnibus (1942); WINDROW & GREENE'S, Militaria Directory and Sourcebook and Sourcebook 1993, The essential reference book for the military enthusiast (1993); Engines of War: The Mechanised Army in Action (1941); First Battalion The Light Infantry, OP Banner Tour, West Belfast, 2 May - 19 September 1983; The Victoria Cross: India's V.C.s in two World Wars
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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 378
ACTON, Viv & CARTER, Derek, Operation Cornwall: 1940-1944 (1994); ARTHUR, Max, Forgotten Voices of the Second World War (2004); BOORMAN, Derek, For Your Tomorrow: British Second World War Memorials (1995); COOPER, R.W., The Nuremberg Trial (1947); EISENHOWER, Dwight D., Crusade in Europe (1948); GWYNNE-VAUGHAN, Helen, Service with the Army (1942); HARRIS, Carol, Women at War 1939-1945, The Home Front (2000) (2 copies); HUNT, Robert & HARTMAN, Tom, Swastika at War (1975); JUNOD, Marcel, Warrior without Weapon (1951); KENNINGTON, Eric, Britain's Home Guard (1945); LADD, J. D., Assault from the Sea (1976); LIDDELL HART, B.H., The Other Side of the Hill (1948); HOME OFFICE, Personal Protection Against Gas - Air Raid Precautions Handbook No 1 (1938); RADNOR, J., It All Happened Before (1945); ROWE, Phyllis M. & RABEY, Ivan, When Bombs Fell: The Air-raids on Cornwall during the Second World War (1987); THOMAS, Nigel & MCCOUAIG, Simon, Foreign Volunteers of the Allied Forces 1939-45 (1991); TOWNSEND, Peter, Dual of Eagles (1970); TREVOR-ROPER, Hugh, The Last Days of Hitler (1947); TUTE, W et al., D-Day (1974); WAR OFFICE, Aircraft Recognition Training (1946); WAR OFFICE, Infantry Training (1948) (2 copies); 30th Corps in Germany (1945); Britain's Modern Army Illustrated (1942); Britain's Wonderful Fighting Forces (1942); Data Book of Wheeled Vehicles: Army Transport 1939-1945 (1983); Falmouth's Wartime Memories (1994); Instructions for American Servicemen in Britain (1942);

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Estimate:  £30 - 60 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 379
AUSTRALIAN MILITARY FORCES, The Australian Army at War 1939 - 1944 (1944); BEEVOR, A, Stalingrad (1998); BURKE, John, Rights and Powers of the Home Guard (1940); DAVIES, W. J. K., German Army Handbook 1939-1945 (1973); DAVIS, Brian L., The British Army in WWII (1990); FOOT, William, The Battlefields that Nearly Were: Defended England 1940 (2007); GRAMBERG, Robert C., Collectors Handbook on German Military Relics (Nazi Regime) (1962); HARDIE, Melissa ed., Digging for Memories: The Women's Land Army in Cornwall (2006); HASTINGS, Max, Overlord: d-day and the battle for Normandy 1944 (1984); HERSEY, J., Hiroshima (1946); HAY, I., The Unconquered Isle, The Story of Malta; JAFFE, Sally & Lucy, Chinthe, Women: Women's Auxiliary Service Burma 1942-1946 (2001); JAMES, Malcolm, Born of the Desert (1945); LAMB, C., I Only Joined for the Hat, Redoubtable Wrens at War… their trials, tribulations and triumphs (2007); MICHELIIN TYRES, Map, Battle of Normandy June-August 1944 (1947); MIKSCHE, F.O., Blitzkrieg, Etude sur la Tactique Allemande de 1937 a 1943 (1944); MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, Combined Operations 1940-1942 (1943); MONTGOMERY OF ALAMEIN, Normandy to the Baltic (1946); MOOREHEAD, A., African Trilogy (1944); PATRIDGE, Eric, A Dictionary of Forces' Slang 1939-45 (1948); TAIT, Derek, Plymouth at War (2006); Tantum, W. H. IV & Hoffschmidt, E. J., Uniforms, Insignia and Warships of WWII (1968); TAYLOR, Eric, Women who went to War 1938-46 (1988); TERRAINE, John, The Right of the Line: The RAF in the European War 1939-45 (1985); THE WAR OFFICE, The King's Regulations for the Army and the Royal Army Reserve (1940); WAR OFFICE, Elementary Map Reading, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, November issue (1943); WAR OFFICE, Field Service Pocket Book, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, January issue (1943); WAR OFFICE, Hints on Map Reading Instruction, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, August issue (1943); WAR OFFICE, Infantry Training 1937 Supplement, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, February issue (1941); WAR OFFICE, Infantry Training Part IV: The Mortar Platoon, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, March issue (1944); WAR OFFICE, Infantry Training Part VIII. - Fieldcraft, Battle, Drill, Section and Platoon Tactics, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, March issue (1944); WAR OFFICE, Training in Fieldcraft and Elementary Tactics, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office, March issue (1940); WARNER, Philip, Secret Forces of World War II (2004); WHITTAKER, L. B., Stand Down (1990); WILMOT, Chester, The Struggle for Europe (1959); The Eighth Army
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Lot 380
ALFORD, S.L., Henry, and SWORD, W., Dennistoun, The Egyptian Soudan its Loss and Recovery (1898); ANONYMOUS, Aldershottana or Chinks in my Hut (1859); BACON & CO. (ed.) Map of the Transvaal, Orange Free State, Cape Colony, Natal (1900); BARRINGTON DE FONTBLANQUE, E, Treatise on the Administration and Organization of the British Army with Especial Reference to Finance and Supply (1858); BECKETT, I. F. W., Victoria's Wars (1974); DE COSSON, E.A. Major, Fighting the Fuzzy-Wuzzy, Days and Nights of Service with Sir Gerald Graham's field Force at Suakin (1990); FARRELL, J.G., The Siege of the Krishnapur (1973); FEATHERSTONE, Donald, Captain Carey's Blunder (1973); FEATHERSTONE, Donald, Omdurman 1898: Kitchener's Victory in the Sudan (1999); GLEIG, Rev. R., The Story of the Battle of Waterloo (1907); HARFIELD, Alan, The Indian Army of the Empress 1861-1903 (1990); KEOWN-BOYD, Henry, A Good Dusting: The Sudan Campaigns 1883-1899 (1986); LAWRENCE-ARCHER, J. P., The Punjab Campaign 1848 - 49 (1878); MARKHAM, J. David, Napoleon and Doctor Verling on St Helena (2005); MCCABE, Bernard, More than Twice a Hero; NORTH, Rene, Regiments at Waterloo (1971); PEACH, L., Du Garde, Florence Nightingale (1959); RICHARDS, WALTER, Her Majesty's Army, Indian and Colonial Forces (1891); SCOTT, Sir Sibbald D.C., The British Army : Its Origin, Progress, and Equipment, Vol. I (1861); SCOTT, Sir Sibbald D.C., The British Army : Its Origin, Progress, and Equipment, Vol. II (1868); SWEETMAN, John, War and Administration: The Significance of the Crimean War for the British Army (1984); VERNON, Ralph Ernest, A Narrative of the Royal Scottish Volunteer Review in Holyrood Park on the Seventh August 1860 (1860); YONGE, C. D., The Life of the Duke of Wellington (1894); Cavalry Regulations (1844); Champ de bataille de Waterloo, Hameau Lion, Belgium (2005)

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Lot 381
BARKER, A.J., The Vainglorious War 1854-56 (1970); BARTHORP, Michael, The Frontier Ablaze: The North West Frontier Rising 1897-98 (1996); BARTHORP, Michael, War on the Nile: Britain, Egypt, and the Sudan - 1882-1898 (1984); BUKHARI, Emir, Napoleon's Dragoons and Lancers (1976); CHESNEY, Lt. Col. George T., The Battle of Dorking (1871); DETAILLE, Edouard, L'Armee Francaise: An Illustrated History of the French Army, 1790-1885 (1992); FARMER, DAVID, The Warrior of the West: Richard Hussey (2005); FENTON, Roger, Roger Fenton: Photographer of the Crimean War: His Photographs and his Letters from the Crimea (1954); HEYER, Georgette, An Infamous Army (1944); JAMES GOODING, S., An Introduction to British Artillery in North America (1965); JEBB, J., Part-I: Defence of Military Outposts A Practical Treatise on Strengthening and Defending Outposts, Villages, Houses, Bridges (1837); KATCHER, Philip, American Civil War Armies (3): Staff, Specialist and Maritime Services (1986); KNIGHT, D.J., Directory of Yeomanry Cavalry 1794 - 1828, Special Number 2013, (2013); KNIGHT, Ian, The Anatomy of the Zulu Army from Shaka to Cetshwayo 1818-1879 (1995); MONTGOMERY, K.G. Viscount Field Marschal et al. , Wellington; NAYLOR, John, Waterloo (1960); PARKER & SON, John (ed.) , Field Exercise and Evolutions of Infantry (1859); PERRY, Ottley L., Rank, Badges & Dates in Her Majesty's Army & Navy (1888); SPEECKAERT, Georges Patrick & BAECKER, Isabelle, Relics and Memorials of the Battles of 1815 in Belgium (2000); STEEVENS, G.W., With Kitchener to Khartoum, (1898); TAILLEFER, N, Rondeaus of the British Volunteers (1878); WESTLAKE, Ray, The Rifle Volunteers 1859 - 1908 (1982); WESTLAKE, Ray, The Volunteer Industry 1880 -1908 (1992); WILKINSON-LATHAM, Robert, The Sudan Campaigns 1881-1891 (1976)
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Lot 382
BELLONA PUBLICATIONS, Military Field Works of The 18th & 19th Centuries; BOWEN, Edward E., The Campaigns of Napoleon (1873); COGGINS, Jack, Arms and Equipment of the Civil War (1962); EMERITUS, The Militiaman at Home and Abroad (1857), FIELD, Ron, American Civil War Confederate Army (1996); FITCHETT, W. H. (LL. D.), Wellington's Men (1921); FOSTEN, Bryan, Wellington's Infantry 1 (1999); GREENE, Lt. Col. Joseph I., The Living Thoughts of Clausewitz (1954); HEATHCOTE, T.A., The Indian Army: The Garrison of British Imperial India, 1822 - 1922 (1974); KELTIE, J. Scott, ed., The Story of Emin's Rescue as told in Stanley's Letters (1890); LORD ELTON, General Gordon (1954); MAURICE, Col. J.F., The Campaign of 1882 in Egypt (1973); MCBRIDGE, Angus, The Zulu War (1976); MORRIS, James, Heaven's Command: An Imperial Progress (1979); NICOLSON, Nigel, Napoleon 1812 (1985); OATEY, G. H., The Transvaal War, Comrade Jim: A Story of the War (1900); OVER, Keith, Flags and Standards of the Napoleonic Wars (1976); PHILLIPS, Watts, The Coast in Danger!!! A Laugh at the Threatened Invasion (1815); SEATON, Albert, The Russian Army of the Napoleonic Wars (1973); SLATIN PASHA, RUDOLF C., Fire and Sword in the Sudan (1898); SPIERS, Edward M., The Late Victorian Army 1868-1902 (1999); SIMKIN, Richard, The War in Egypt; TYLER, R. A. J., Bloody Provost (1980); VON PIVKA, Otto, Napoleon's Polish Troops (1974); CHARLES, W. E., and JANE, M. A., Shirley Heights: The Story of the Redcoats in Antigua (1982); WALTER, James, England's Naval and Military Weakness: National Dangers (1882); WALTON, Lt. Col. P. S., Simkin's Soldiers: The British Army in 1890 (1981); WALTON, Lt. Col. P. S., Simkin's Soldiers: The British Army in 1890, Vol. II: The Infantry (1987); WAR OFFICE, Regulations for the Volunteer Force, London, Parker, Son and Bourn, WM. Clowes and Sons, Harrison & Sons (1861); WARNER, Philip, Dervish (1973); WISE, Terence and HOOK, Richard, Artillery Equipment of the Napoleonic Wars (1979); WOODHAM-SMITH, Cecil, The Reason Why (1955); WYATT, R. J., Collecting Volunteer Militaria (1974); Collection de Douze Vues de Waterloo (Bruxelles, chez Gerard)

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Lot 383
AIR MINISTRY, Bomber Command Continues (1942); ASHWORTH, Chris, Action Stations, 5. Military airfields of the South West (1982); BATES, H.E., War Pictures by British Artists, RAF, no 3 (1942); BROKE-SMITH, P.W.L., History of Early British Military Aeronautics (1968); CHAPLIN, John, Wings and Space (1970); CHAPMAN, Ted, Cornwall Aviation Company (1979); CORMACK, Andrew, The Royal Air Force 1939 - 45 (1990); CORMACK, Peter, CORMACK, Andrew, Men at Arms: British Air Forces 1914 - 1918 (1) (2000); CORMACK, Peter, CORMACK, Andrew, Men at Arms: British Air Forces 1914 - 1918 (2) (2001); DELACOMBE, Harry, The Boy's Book of Airships and Other Aerial Craft (1910); ESCOTT, B.E, Women in Air Force Blue (1989); FABB, John, Flying and Ballooning from old photographs (1980); HILLARY, Richard, The Last Enemy (1949); JANE, Fred T., Jane's All the World's Aircraft (1969) (2 copies modern facsimile editions); JEFFORD, C. G., RAF Squadrons Second Edition (2001); JEFFORD, Wing Commander C.G., Observer's and Navigators and other non-pilot aircrew in the RFC, RNAS and RAF (2001); MOWTHRORPE, Ces, Battlebags: British Airships of the First World War (1998); MUNSON, K., Bombers 1914 - 1919 Patrol and Reconnaissance Aircraft (1968); MUNSON, K., Civil Airliners since 1946 (1967); MUNSON, K., Fighters 1914 - 1919 Attack and Training Aircraft (1968); MUNSON, K., Pioneer Aircraft 1903 - 1914 (1969); ROLT, L.T.C., The Aeronauts (1985); ROSKILL, Captn. S.W., Documents relating to the Naval Air Service, Vol. 1, 1908-19 (1969); SMITH, A., Throw out Two Hands (1963); SMITH, Graham, Devon and Cornwall Airfields in the Second World War (2000); STANHOPE SPRIGG, T., The Royal Airforce (1935); THOMPSON, Christine, The First Balloon Flights in Great Britain (1984); THOMPSON, R., The Royal Flying Corps (1968); WAKEHAM, Geoff, Royal Naval Air Station Guildrose 1947-1997 (1997); WALKER, Percy B., Early Aviation at Farnborough (1971); WALKER, Percy B., Early Aviation at Farnborough: The First Aeroplanes (1974); WILLIAMS, Archibald, Conquering the Air (1926); WRIGHT, Robert, Dowding and the Battle of Britain (1969)
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Lot 384
ANDREW, F.R. The History of RAF Perranporth; BOYLE, Andrew, Trenchard: Man of Vision (1962); CAINE, P.D., American Pilots in the RAF, The WWII Eagle Squadrons (1991); CAMM, F. J., The Model Aircraft Book (1949); COLLINS, G. T., Sails in the Sky; CURTIS, Lettice, The Forgotten Pilots (1985); DAVIS, Brian L., Luftwaffe Air Crews: Battle of Britain 1940 (1974); DEIGHTON, Len & SCHWARTZMAN, Arnold, Airshipwreck (1978); DUNSTAN, Roy, My Life with RAF St Eval (1999); EDWARDS, Charles A, Drop Zone Flashes of the British Airborne Forces (1993); FLYING OFFICER "X"', How Sleep the Brave and Other Stories (1943); FLYING OFFICER "X"', The Greatest People in the World and Other Stories (1942); LEWIS, C., Sagittarius Rising, The classic account of flying in the First Word War (1977); HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY OFFICE, The Air Force List Autumn 1964 (1964); HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY OFFICE, The Battle of Britain August - October 1940 (1940); HER MAJESTY'S STATIONARY OFFICE, The Air Force List, Authority, London, Autumn 1966 (1966); LONDON, Peter, U-Boat Hunters: Cornwall's Air War 1916-19 (1999); MACKWORTH-PRAED, Ben, Aviation: The Pioneer Years (1990); MARION, F., Wonderful Ballon Ascents or the Conquest of the Skies (1870); MCINNES, I. & WEBB, J.V., A Contemptible Little Flying Corps (1991); MEAD, Peter, The Eye in the Air (1983); MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, Royal Air Force Commissions in the Dental Branch (1970); MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, Fleet Air Arm (1943); MONK, F.V. & WINTER, H.T., The Royal Air Force; PEARCE, Frank, 'Mayday! Mayday! Mayday!' (1977); PERRETT, Bryan & LORD, Anthony, The Czar's British Squadron (1981); PHILPOTT, Bryan, RAF Combat Units SEAC 1941-45 (1979); RAWLING, John D.R., Pictorial History of the Fleet Air Arm (1973); RIPPON, Cdr. P.M. & MOTTRAM, Graham, Yeovilton: The History of the Royal Naval Air Station, Yeovilton, 1940-1990 (1990); ROBERTSON, Bruce, The Army and Aviation: A Pictorial History (1981); SARGENT, Eric (ed.), The Royal Air Force Second Edition; SARGENT, Eric, Aircraft and the Air; SAUNDERS, Hilary St George, Per Ardua: The Rise of British Airpower 1911-1939 (1944); SHORTT, JAMES G., The Special Air Service (1981); TAYLOR, John W.R. & MOYES, Philip J.R., Pictorial History of the RAF Vol. II 1939-45 (1969); TAYLOR, John W.R. & MOYES, Philip J.R., Pictorial History of the RAF Vol. III 1945-1969 (1970); TAYLOR, John W.R., Pictorial History of the RAF, Vol. 1 1918-1939 (1968); TEAGUE, Dennis C., Aviation in South West Britain 1909-1979 (1982); A Short History of the RAF Regiment (1970); By Air to Battle: The Official Account of the British Airborne Divisions (1945); Colours and Standards in the Royal Air Force (1957); Military Ballooning 1862 (1967); The Kings Regulations and Orders for the Royal Air Force, 1918 (1918); The Wonder Book of the RAF
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Lot 385
ADIE, Kate, Corsets to Camouflage: Women and War (2003); AIR MINISTRY, Dress Regulations for Officers of the Royal Air Force, Air Publication 1358 (1939); BARLOW, L. & SMITH, RJ, The Uniforms of the British Yeomary Force 1794-1914 - 2: North Somerset Yeomanry; BARLOW, L. & SMITH, RJ, The Uniforms of the British Yeomanry Force 1794-1914 - 4 Westmoreland and Cumberland Yeomanry; BOUTELL, Charles, English Heraldry (1908); CAMPBELL, D. Alastair, The Dress of the Royal Artillery (1971); CAMPBELL, D.A. Major, The Dress of the Royal Artillery from 1898 - 1956, Royal Artillery Institution (1960); CARMAN, W. Y., Dress Regulations 1846 (1971); CARMAN, W. Y., Uniforms of the British Army: The Cavalry Regiments (1982); CARMAN, W.Y., Full Dress Sabretaches of the British Army (Military Historical Society Special Number) (2000); CARMAN, W.Y., Headdresses of the British Army: Cavalry (1968); CARMAN, W.Y., Headdresses of the British Army: Yeomanry (1970); CARMAN, W.Y., Sabretaches of the Light Cavalry (Military Historical Society Special Number) (1998); CARMAN, W.Y., Some English Yeomanry Sabretaches (Military Historical Society Special Number) (1987); CARMAN, W.Y., Uniforms of the British Army (illustrated by R. Simkins) (1985); CARMAN, W.Y., Yeomanry and other Sabretaches (Military Historical Society Special Number) (1988); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Airborne Uniforms (1990); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Battledress 1939 - 1960 (1988); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Field Service Head Dress 1902 to the Present Day (1987); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Personal Equipment 1945 to the Present Day (1987); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Service Dress 1902 - 1940 (1987); CHAPPEL, Mike, The British Soldier in the 20th Century: Tropical Uniforms (1988); CHAPPELL, Mike, British Battle Insignia (1): 1914-1918 (1986); CHAPPELL, Mike, British Battle Insignia (2): 1939-45 (1987); GRANT, Francis J., Manual of Heraldry (1937); HARRIS, Carol, Women At War 1939-1945: In Uniform (2003); HOFFSCHMIDT, E.J. & Tantum, W.H., German Army and Navy Uniforms and Insignia, 1871-1918 (1968); KANNIK, Preben, Military Uniforms in Colour (1968); KANNIK, Preben, Military Uniforms in Colour (1969); LEMONOFIDES, Dino, British Cavalry Standards (1971); LEMONOFIDES, Dino, British Infantry Colours (1971); WESTLAKE, Ray (ed.) Dress Regulations (India) 1931 (1987); WESTLAKE, Ray, Dress Regulations (India) 1931 (1931); WILKINSON-LATHAM, ROBERT, CHRISTOPHER, Cavalry Uniforms: Including Other Mounted Troops of Britain and the Commonwealth in Colour (1969); WILKINSON-LATHAM, ROBERT, CHRISTOPHER, Infantry Uniforms: Including Artillery and Other Supporting Corps of Britain and the Commonwealth (1970); WILKINSON-LATHAM, ROBERT, CHRISTOPHER, Infantry Uniforms: Including Artillery and Other Supporting Corps of Britain and the Commonwealth 1742 - 1855 (1969); WILKINSON-LATHAM, ROBERT, Crimean Uniforms 2 British Artillery (1973)
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Lot 386
ALLEN, Kenneth, Fighting Men and their Uniforms (1971); ALLEN, Phoebe, Peeps at Heraldry (1926); ARMS AND ARMOUR PRESS, Red Army Uniforms and Insignia, 1944 (1968); BRAYLEY, Martin, & INGRAM, Richard, World War II British Women's Uniforms (1995); CASSIN-SCOTT, Jack & FABB, John, Ceremonial Uniforms of the World (1973); COLLETT WADGE, D, Women in Uniform (1946); COOPER, Matthew, Uniforms of the Luftwaffe (1974); D.S.V & FOSTEN, B.K., The British Red Line: Uniforms of the British Army between 1751 & 1914 (1989); DAWSON, Malcolm, Uniforms of the Royal Armoured Corps (1974); FOSTER, Bryan and GIBBS, Gary, Military Historical Society Special Number: The British Infantry Shako 1800-1897 (2008); HAMILTON, Eric, The Bulletin: Military Historical Society, Colours of the Regular Army Infantry of the Line, 1st July 1881-1958 (1968); HICKS, J. S., Pomp and Changing Circumstance; HICKS, Major J. S., RM, The Duchess Wore Blue; LAWSON, Cecil C. P., A History of The Uniforms of The British Army Volume 1 (1941); LAWSON, Cecil C. P., A History of the Uniforms of the British Army Volume 2 (1940); LAWSON, Cecil C. P., A History of The Uniforms of The British Army Volume 3 (1961); LAWSON, Cecil C. P., A History of The Uniforms of The British Army Volume 4 (1966); MARRION, R. & THOMPSON, J. Glenn et al., Gunga Din Commonwealth and Empire Series: 'Paint it Yourself' Military Prints and 11 Pages of Historical Nots and Uniform Information (1975); MAY, Commander W. E., RN, The Dress of Naval Officers (1966); MONTAGUE, Ronald, Dress and Insignia of the British Army in Australia & New Zealand 1770-1870 (1981); NORTH, RENE, Military Uniforms 1686 - 1918 (1970); SKILTON, Wendy, British Military Band Uniforms: Cavalry Regiments (1992); SKILTON, Wendy, British Military Band Uniforms: The Household Division (1992); WARING, John, Identification Pamphlet No. 1: British Regular and Territorial Cloth Formation Signs and Titles (1967); WARING, John, Identification Pamphlet No. 2: British Miscellaneous Cloth Formation Signs and Titles (1967); WAR OFFICE, Clothing Regulations (1914); WAR OFFICE, Dress Regulations for the Army, November issue (1911); WAR OFFICE, Dress Regulations for the Officers of the Army (Including the Militia), London, His Majesty's Stationery Office (1900); WAR OFFICE, Dress Regulations for the Officers of the Army (Including the Militia), London, His Majesty's Stationery Office (1904);

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Lot 387
BARNES, R. Money, Military Uniforms or Britain & The Empire (1960); BULLOCK, Capt. H, Indian Infantry Colours (1997); DAVIS, Brian L., British Army Cloth Insignia 1940 to the present (illustrated ref. guide) (1985); DAVIS, J.B., British Army, Uniforms & Insignia of World War Two (1983); DAVIS, Brian, German Army Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945 (1992); GLOVER, D.G., Military Historical Society - Special Number: Coloured Field Services Caps, Infantry (2002); GLOVER, Michael, An Assemblage of Indian Army Soldiers and Uniforms (1973); GOVERNMENT OF INDIA ARMY DEPT., Army Regulations, India Volume VII Dress (1913); GOVERNMENT OF INDIA, Army Regulations, India, Volume XI, Clothing For 1904, 1909 and 1914 (1904); HOLDING, T.H., Uniforms of the British Army Navy and Court (1984); KNIGHT, D. J., SMITH, R.J., The Uniforms of the Imperial Yeomanry, 1901-1908 (2009); KNIGHT, D.J., The Mess Dress of the Yeomanry Cavalry: 1880-1914 (2006); KNOTEL, Prof. Richard, Handbuch der Uniformkunde (1937); MINISTRY OF DEFENCE, Royal Navy and Royal Marines Uniform Regulations (1966); MOLLO, Andrew and TURNER, Pierre, Army Uniforms of World War 1 (1977); NEWMAN, Peter, (Revised by R.J Wilkinson-Latham), Discovering Militaria (1972 - First Published 1968); NORTHAMPTONSHIRE REGIMENT, Dress Regulations for Officers (1950);; ROSS, D., CHARTRAND, R, Canadian Militia Dress Regulations 1907, Illustrated, with amendments to 1914; SAINSBURY, J. D., Uniforms and Badges of the Hertfordshire Volunteer Regiment 1914-1919 (1980); SEAMAN, Peter, For Hostilities Only (2010); TELFER, Dunbar & MCCLINTOCK, ?, Extract from Old Irish & Highland Dress (1950); The Dress Distinctions by Landgridge's Military publications (9) (1959-1961); THE LIGHT INFANTRY DEPOT, SIR JOHN MOORE BARRACKS, The Light Infantry Dress Regulations (1971) (Photocopy of original); THE WAR OFFICE, Soviet Army Uniforms (1961); THETFORD, O.G., Camouflage '14-'18 (1943); Dress Regulations for Officers, RAF, Princess Mary's RAF Nursing Service, Women's RAF, Auxiliary and Reserve Forces (1952) (2 copies); Index to British Military Costume Prints (1972); Uniform Regulations for Officers, Petty Officers, and Seamen of the Fleet (2005); VARIOUS, The Uniforms of the British Yeomanry Force 1794-1914 (numbers 3-15, two copies of number 14); Catalogue of Clothing and Necessaries, Section CB, Armlets, Badges, Chevrons and Titles (1949); Clothing Regulations 1894 (1987); Dress Regulations for the Army (1934); Dress Regulations for the British Army 1874 (2004); Dress Regulations for the Officers of the Army 1891 (modern facsimile edition); Dress Regulations for the Officers of the Army 1891 (Facsimile Edition 9/200); German Military Uniforms and Insignia 1933-1945 (1967); Regulations for the Dress of the Army 1864 (facsimile)

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Lot 388
ADAM, Frank, The Clans, Septs and Regiments of the Scottish Highlands (1934); ADEN FIELD FORCE, Aden Field Force 21st Anniversary Dinner Saturday June 10th 1939 at the Trocadero 1915 - 1920 - Event Programme (1939); ANTIGUA AND BARBUDA NATIONAL PARKS AUTHORITY, The Romance of English Harbour (n.d); ARTIST RIFLES (ed.) Precis Military Law (-); ATKINSON, Cpt. J., ABC of the Army; BAIN, Robert, The Clans and Tartans of Scotland (First Published - 1938); BOSTOCK, J., Notes on Visual Training and Judging Distance in relation to Musketry (1916); BOURNE, Dorothea St Hill, They Also Serve: Animals of the fighting services (1947); BRUCE, A. P. C., An Annotated Bibliography of the British Army 1660-1914 (1975); BRUTON, Eric, Hallmarks and Date Letters on Gold and Silver (1970); CAUNT, Pamela M., Military Sweetheart Jewellery II; CAUNT, Pamela M., Military Sweetheart Jewellery III (2001); CAUNT, Pamela M., Military Sweethearts; COLE-MACKINTOSH, Ronnie, A Century of Service to Mankind: The Story of Sat. John Ambulance Brigade (Second Edition 1994); DAWNAY, Major N. P., The Distinction of Rank of Regimental Officers. 1684-1855 (1960); DELL, Simon (MBE), Policing the Peninsula (1850-2000) (2000); DENNEY, Rev. A. H., Militaria: Collecting Print and Manuscript (1973); DENOEU, Francois, Military French (1945); DIVIS, Jan, Guide to Silver Marks of the World (1994); EISENHOWER, Dwight D., United States Army Centennial Biography (1946); FITZPATRICK, Jim, The Bicycle in Wartime (1998); GLASSTONE, Samuel (ed.), The Effects of Nuclear Weapons (1857); HARFIELD, Alan, Pigeon to Packhorse: The Illustrated Story of Animals in Army Communications (1989); HEATHCOTE, T. A., The British Field Marshalls 1736-1997 (1999); HOLMES, Richard, Redcoat: The British Soldier in the Age of the Musket (2002); HUTCHINSON, Lt. Col. Graham Seton, The British Army (1945); JOHNSON, C. P. R. and WATKINS, J. Harold (eds.), Twice a Citizen: Souvenir of the Golden Jubilee of the Territorial Army 1908 - 1958 (1958); JOHNSON, Sir Peter., Reed's Maritime Flags: Usage and Recognition (2002); JOHNSON, Stanley C., Chats on Military Curios (1915); KNIGHT, Ian, Queen Victoria's Enemies (2): Northern Africa (1989); LANGDON-DAVIES, Capt. John, The Home Guard Fieldcraft Manual; LEPCHA, Major (QGO) Lyansong. Sahebs and A Collection of Tales about the Sikhim and Nepal Himalayas (1993); MACMUNN, Major G.F., The Armies of India (1911); MACMUNN, Major G.F., The Armies of India (1984); MCPHEE, John, The Swiss Army: La Place de la Concorde Suisse (1984); MOOREHEAD, Caroline, Dunant's Dream: War, Switzerland and the History of the Red Cross (1988); MORRIS, James, Pax Britannica: The Climax of an Empire (1979); NEVILL, Ralph, British Military Prints (1909); PARR, J. W., The Winchester College Corps (1957); PICKFORD, Ian (ed), Jackson's Hallmarks English, Scottish, Irish Silver & Gold Marks from 1300 to the Present Day (1991); PRIESTLEY, J. B., British Women go to War; RICHARDS, Walter, Her Majesty's Army: A Descriptive Account (Vol. 1); RICHARDS, Walter, Her Majesty's Army: A Descriptive Account (Vol. II); RICHARDS, Walter, Her Majesty's Army: A Descriptive Account (Vol. III); ROBERTS, BARBARA, A Short History of the Most Venerable Order of The Hospital of St John of Jerusalem (2002); ROYAL MILITARY ACADEMY SANDHURST, Signal Communications Aide Memoire, January issue (1963); SCOTT, B. K. C., Dictionary of Military Abbreviations (1982); SIDEBOTHAM, S. E et al., The Red Land: The Illustrated Archaeology of Egypt's Eastern Desert (2008); STANWAY, Kate, For Valour: A Complete Record of the Victoria Cross from 1854 to 1904; SWEETMAN, John, Raglam: From the Peninsula to the Crimean (2006); TEMPLER, G, AUCHINLECK, C, The Army in India: a Photographic Record 1850 - 1914 (1968); THE PARKER GALLERY, A Catalogue of Military Prints, Paintings and Relics (1958); THE PARKER GALLERY, A Catalogue of Military Prints, Paintings and Relics (1964); TOLLER, Jane, Prisoners-of-War Work 1756-1815 (1965); VON CARSTENN, L., English-German, German-English Military Dictionary (1944); WALKER, Sydney F., Submarine Engineering (How Does it Work Series) (1914); WESTLAKE, Ray, The Volunteer Annual (Metropolitan Corps) 1903 (1988); WILKINSON, R. J. L., Malta: A Short History and Guide (1946); WOOD, E, The Red Cross Story (1995); YOUNGHUSBAND, Col. G. J. (C.B.), The Story of the Guides (1911);
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Lot 389
ARCHER, Laurence V., Collection of Letters; AUTOMATOS, A Treatise on the Loop Formation for Rifle Volunteers; BLACKFORD, Oscar, Services Charitable Associations and Societies; BLUM, Peter, Military Miniatures; BOSLEYS, Postal Auction of Military Badges (2000); BOSLEYS, Postal Auction of Military Badges (2001); BOUTELL, Charles, A Manual of Heraldry Historical and Popular (1863); BOYNTON, Lindsay, The Elizabethan Militia 1558-1638 (1971); BRUCE, Anthony, The Purchase System in the British Army 1660-1871 (1980); BRUHN HOFFMAYER, Ada, Studier fra Sprog- og Oldtidsforskning (1958); BURNE, Alfred H., YOUNG, Peter, The Great Civil War: A Military History of the First Civil War 1642-1646 (1959); CALAMY, E, Cromwell's Soldier's Bible 1643 (1895 reprint); CANE, M. A(ed.), Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research (1990); CAYZER, Bt.-Major J.T., Signalling in Conjunction with the Conveyance of Orders in Action (1904); COOKE, Brian, The Grand Crimean Central Railway (1997); CHILDERS, Major E.S.E. & STEWART, Robert, The Story of the Royal Hospital Kilmainham (original ed. 1921) (modern facsimile); CLARK, Cumberland, The Flag of England, its History, and the Flags of the Empire; DANBY, Paul, The British Army Book; DIRECTORATE OF ARMY EDUCATION, Far East Theatre, description of life and conditions in the Far East; DIX NOONAN WEBB AUCTIONEERS & VALUERS, Orders, Decorations, Medals and Militaria (2011); EDWARDS, J. G. AND PARES, Richard, The English Historical Review (1956); ELLIS, C., Military Transport of WWII, including post war vehicles (1971); ESSON, Captain C. C., Battalion Drill Illustrated; FALLS, Cyril, Great Military Battles (1964); FREDERICK, J. B. M., Lineage Book of British Land Forces 1660-1978 Vol. 1 (1984); FREDERICK, J. B. M., Lineage Book of British Land Forces 1660-1978 Vol. 2 (1984); GOLDSMITH, Major General R.F.K., The Military Memorials of Winchester Cathedral (1974); GRAVES, Charles, The Thin Blue Line; GREENHILL, B., Guide to the National Maritime Museum Greenwich; HALL, L.J. AND R. H. W. HUGHES, The Inland Water Transport System (1921); HARNACK, Edwin P., All About Ships and Shipping (1952); HART, LIDDELL, Thoughts on War (1944); HARVEY, Maurice, Gibraltar: A History (1996) HASTINGS, MAX, The Oxford Book of Military Anecdotes (1985); HER MAJESTY'S STATIONRY OFFICE (ed.), Conference on Cyprus (1959); HICHBERGER, J.W.M., Images of the Army: The Military in British Art, 1815-1914 (1988); KEARSEY, A., Simple Tactics Including Fieldcraft, War Certificate "A", Home Guard Training and Other Schemes with Solutions (1941); KEARSEY, A., Tactical Schemes from Platoons to Brigades with Solutions and Notes, Second Edition (1928); LAWFORD, J. P, Britain's Army in India: From its Origins to the Conquest of Bengal (1978); LAWRENCE, Margot, Shadow of Swords: A biography of Elsie Inglis (1971); LAWRENCE-ARCHER, Major J.H., The British Army: Its Regimental Records, Badges, Devices Etc. (1888); LIDSTONE, Squadron Leader R. A., R.A.F.V.R, Bloody Bayonets: The Complete Guide to Bayonet Fighting (1942); LLOYD, Christopher, The Capture of Quebec (1959); LOVER, Samuel, MACKAY, Charles and MILLER, Thomas, Original Songs for the Rifle Volunteers (1861); MARCHANT, J., Decoding the Heavens (2009); MARETT-TIMS, H. W. & HOPEWELL-SMITH, A., Tome's Dental Anatomy (1914); MCLAREN, E.S, A History of the Scottish Women's Hospitals, London, New York, Toronto, Hodder and Stoughton (1919); MINISTRY OF DEFENCE AND CENTRAL OFFICE OF COMMUNICATION, The Territorial and Army Volunteer Reserve (1967); MORGAN, F., The Handy Book of General Information for Officers, N. C.O's. and Men of the R.A.M.C. (T.F.); MORRAH, Dermot, The British Red Cross (1944); NATIONAL ARMY MUSEUM, Annual Report 1970 - 1971/1972 - 1973/1974-75 (1970-1971); NATIONAL WAR MUSEUM ASSOCIATION MALTA, War Museum Souvenir Handbook (1979); POPE, Jessie, Simple Rhymes for Stirring Times (1916); Pratinidhi, S. B. P., The Ten Point Way to Health (1971); RAY, Elizabeth, Alexis Soyer: Cook Extraordinary (1991); RILEY-SMITH, Jonathan, Hospitallers: The History of the Order of St. John (1999); ROBINSON, A, Lost Languages: The Enigma of the World's Undeciphered Scripts (2002); ROGERS, Col. H.C.B. OBE, The British Army of the Eighteenth Century (1977); RUDOLF KURZ, Hans, Gebirgspatrouilleure; SELLER, W. E., With Our Fighting Men; SEMPLE, WILLIAM, The Scottish Tartans: With Historical Sketches of the Clans and Families of Scotland, The Badges and Arms of the Chiefs of the Clans and Families (1961); SIMKIN, Richard, Our Armies; SMITH, D.J., Discovering Horse Drawn Transport of the British Army (1977); SOSKICE, J, Sisters of Sinai (2009); STRACHAN, Hew, History of the Cambridge University Officers Training Corps (1976); SWAN, Robert & FLETCHER, Geoffrey, British Army Transport and Logistics (1991); TAYLOR, Gerald, Silver (1956); TERRITORIAL ARMY, A Vital Force of National Necessity; THE BRITISH LIBRARY, The American War of Independence 1775 - 1783 (1975); THE GUARDS TOY SOLDIER CENTRE, MLK Models Traditional Toy Soldier Catalogue; THE MINISTRY OF INFORMATION, Roof Over Britain (1943); THE NAVAL & MILITARY PRESS, Regulations for the Terrirorial Force and for County Associations (1908); THE ROYAL MAGAZINE, The Territorials: How to join The "Terriers" - their duties & all about them; THE SOLDIERS' CHARITY, Frontline (2011); THE TANK MUSEUM GUIDE, The Tank Museum of The Royal Armoured Corps and The Royal Tank Regiment; THE VETERINARY DEPT. WAR OFFICE, Animal Management (1908); THE WAR OFFICE, Manual of Map Reading Air Photo Reading and Field Sketching (1955); THE WAR OFFICE, Manual of Map Reading Air Photo Reading and Field Sketching, Part III, Field Schetching 1956 (1957); THE WAR OFFICE, Manual of Map Reading, Photo Reading, and Field Sketching (1940); TWISS, George E., Manual for St. John Ambulance Service; WHITELOCK, E.C. Types of the British Army Set No. 11: The Waggon Train; VANSITTART, Robert, Black Record Germans Past and Present (1941); VICARS, Captn. Hedley, Memorials of Captn. Hedley Vicars 97th Regt. (1856); W. & A. K. JOHNSON LTD (eds), The Scottish Clans & Their Tartans: Thirty First Edition, History of Each Clan and Full List of Septs; W. & A. K. JOHNSON, LTD (eds.), The Scottish Tartans: With Historical Sketches of the Clans and Families of Scotland, The Badges, Arms, Slogan, Etc. of the Clans; WAR OFFICE and AIR MINISTRY, Home Office, The Elements of First Aid, London, Her Majesty's Stationery Office (1957); WARD, Major C. R., Section Training Exercises; WEEKS, Stephen, Decaying Splendours (1979); WILKINSON-LATHAM, Robert, North West Frontier 1837-1947 (1977); WILLEY, P, Eagle's Nest (2005); WISE, Terence, Military Vehicle Markings (1971); WISE, Terence, A Guide to Military Museums (1971); WISE, Terence, A Guide to Military Museums (1986); WISE, Terence, Tactical Signs and National Identification Marks (1973); WYNDHAM, John, Plan for Chaos (2009)




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Lot 390
A.F.V. Recognition, Part 1, September 1942 (1942); An Consantoir, The Irish Defence Journal, Issue May 1975 (1975); A History of the Ordnance Board (1965); Annual Range Practices (Small Arms) & Allotment of Small Arms Ammunition (1946); Army Book 155. (For the use of Mounted Officers and Army Signal Service), Instructions Regarding the use of Army Form, c.2121; Army Notebook (3 copies); Assorted Museum Guides; Badges of the Territorial Army photocopied designs - 3 volumes; Bosleys, 'Sale of Military Antiques Wednesday 13th Dec. 2006' (2006); British Military Biography: From Alfred to Wellington (1853); Collection of Indian Army Postcards; CONSERVATIVE RESEARCH DEPT., All the Answers on 100 Vital Issues; Extracts from Army Training Memorandum No. 47; Field Service Regulations, Part: Operations (1909); File with research and badges, multiple documents; History of the War with Russia (Vols. I-VI); HOME OFFICE AND THE CENTRAL OFFICE OF INFORMATION, Civil Defence Handbook No. 10: Advertising the Householder on Protection against Nuclear Attack (1963); HOME OFFICE CIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING MEMORANDUM NO. 3, The Control of Civil Defence Operations under Fall-Out Conditions (England and Wales) (1959 - Reprinted 1963); HOME OFFICE CIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING MEMORANDUM NO. 4, The Clearance of Z Zones by Road (1965); HOME OFFICE CIVIL DEFENCE TRAINING MEMORANDUM NO. 7, Road Movement (Provisional) (1962); Imperial War Museum WWI Posters (1972) (2 copies); Infantry Section Leading (1938) (2 copies); Infantry Training Memorandum No. 6 (1945); Infantry Training Volume I, Infantry Platoon Weapons Pamphlet No. 6, The Light Machine Gun (All Arms) (1948); Infantry Training Volume III, anges and Courses Pamphlet No. 31, Range Work - General (All Arms) (1948); In Memoriam: Obituary Article on the 21st Baron Delawarr; Jordan's Truro War Almanack (1916); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'Amalgamation Number', The Border Magazine, vol 2, no 8, March 1951 (1951); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 1, no 1, September 1947 (1948); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 1, no 2, March 1948 (1948); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 1, no 3, September 1948 (1948); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 1, no 4, March 1949 (1949); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 1, no 5, September 1949 (1950); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 2, no 6, September 1950 (1950); JOURNAL OF THE BORDER MAGAZINE, 'China', The Border Magazine, vol 2, no 7, September 1950 (1950); Leaflet, Musee Militaries De Suisse Romande et Du Tessin; National Defence Pocket Book; Notebook containing notes the Indian Army Reserve of Officers; Notebook with "A.C.T Expenses incurred - to be refunded" (1969); Notebook with "Badges of the Cyclist Battalions, Badges of Kitchener's Army, Badges of the Territorial Army 1908-1922, Territorial Army Uniforms, Territorial Badges 1939" typed on front; Notebook with "Kitchener's Army and TF/TA Bus(?)" written on front; Notebook with "Naval, Non-regimental, Air Forces (2)" on front; Notebook with military press cuttings; Movement Regulations and Instructions; Official Souvenir Programme of the Coronation Review of the Fleet by HM The Queen, at Spithead (1953); Offprints from Cornish Studies (1974-1980); Operations, Military Training Pamphlet No. 23 (1942); Ordnance Survey (map), War Department Land on Salisbury Plain; Palestine Police as a career; Personal Protection Against Gas - Air Raid Precautions Handbook No 1. Issued by the Home Office (1938); Photocopied list and images of Badges; Two Picture Card Albums; Precis Map Reading: Notes on Map Reading Instructor's Notes; Programme / Menu for the Corporation of London's Dinner in Honour of the Regiments which fought at the Battle of Waterloo (1965); RAF Pocket Book (1937); Regular Army: Certificate of Service of John Alfred Button (1935); ROYAL CORPS OF TRANSPORT leaflet; Royal Engineers Training Memorandum No. 16 (1945); Service sheets for John William Frederick Gaylor's funeral/thanksgiving service (2000) (2 copies); s Konings rok 1830-1890; Scrap Book containing news clippings, mainly about Territorial Army; Service sheet for 50th Anniversary of the end of WWII (Truro Cathedral) (1995); Souvenir Programme - Territorial Army Review by H. M. Queen Elizabeth II. (1958); Souvenir programme of the 1981 Edinburgh Tattoo (in plastic sleeve w. souvenir brochure) (1981); Spiral bound Notebook with 'national NATFLAT Spiral Bound Book' on front cover; The Army Manual of Public Relations (1967); THE JOURNAL OF TRANSPORT HISTORY, vol. VI, no. 3, (1964 May); The London Gazette, Tuesday, 15.10.1901, (1901); The Souldier's Catechisme (reprinted in facsimile from the edition of 1644); Theirs is the Glory, The Amazing Story of Arnhem; Toy Style Model Soldiers for Collectors (1999); Wallis and Wallis, Sales catalogues (1970); Wallis & Wallis, Catalogue for the Militaria Arms & Armour Sale 505 (2007); Wallis and Wallis, Connoisseur Collectors' Auction Spring 2008 (2008); War Imperial Museum Catalogue (2002); WAR OFFICE, Manual of Field Engineering (1911) WAR OFFICE, Field Service Pocket Book, London, His Majesty's Stationery Office (1914); WAR OFFICE, Field service Regulations (part 1): Operations (1909); WAR OFFICE, Field service Regulations (volume II): Operations (1920); WAR OFFICE, Field Service Regulations Part II (1909); WAR OFFICE, Infantry Training (1914); WAR OFFICE, Manual of Field Engineering (1911); WAR OFFICE, Manual of Map Read and Field Sketching (1912); WAR OFFICE, Message Writing and RT (1944); What it takes to be a Royal Marine (1974);


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Lot 391
BELLIS, Malcolm A., Commonwealth Divisions 1939-1945 (1999); BETHELL, Nicholas, The War that Hitler Won (1972); BUSTER, Gun, Zero Hours (1942); COLLINS, L. J., Cadets and the War 1939-1945 (2005); DOBINSON, Colin, AA Command: Britain's Anti-Aircraft defences of the second world war (2001); DOHERTY, Richard, Only the Enemy in Front (Every other beggar behind...): The Reece Corps at War 1940 - 1946 (1994); GRAVES, Charles, The Home Guard of Britain (1943); GREEN, W. E., The Territorial in the next war (1939); HODGES, Peter, British Military Markings 1939 - 1945 (1971); HOLMAN, Gordon, Stand to Beach! (1945); JOHNSON, Brian, The Secret War (1978); JORDAN, Philip, Jordan's Tunis Diary (1943); MOUNTBATTEN, Louis (Earl of Burma, Vice Admiral), Report to the Combined Chiefs of Staff, South-East Asia, 1943-45 (1951); OSBORNE, BRIAN D., The People's Army: Home Guard in Scotland 1940-1944 (2009); PAWLE, Gerald, The Secret War: 1939-1945 (1957); PENIAKOFF, Lt. Col. Vladimir, DSO, MC, Private Army (1950); RYAN, Cornelius, The Last Battle: Berlin 1945 (1966); SCHELLENBERG, SS-General Walter, Invasion 1940 (2000); SCHRADER, Helena Page, Sisters in Arms: British and American Women Pilots during WWII (2006); SWIECICKI, Marek, With the Devils at Arnhem (1945);

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Lot 392
A GROUP OF BOOKS ON MILITARY BADGES AND BUTTONS
comprising 127 books (Full list available on request)

(127)
Estimate:  £70 - 100 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 393
Insignia of Indian and Pakistani Air Forces
Cap-badges, shoulder-titles (cloth and metal), flying-badges etc of the Indian Air Force from 1933 to 1945, the Royal Indian Air Force 1945 - 1956, Royal Pakistan Air Force 1947 - 1950, and the Indian and Pakistan Air Forces after the adoption of republican status, including an officer's gilt and gold-embroidered Service Dress cap-badge and Warrant Officer's rank-badge of the Pakistan Air Force. (27 items)
Estimate:  £60 - 90 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 394
Canadian Armed Forces Flying Brevets, Cap and Rank badges One card mounted with Brevets for Pilot, Navigator, Electronics Operator, Flight Engineer, Flight Crew, Parachute-Rescue and Flight Surgeon. A second card mounted with Officer's, Airmen's and Airwomen's cap badges with WO1, WO2 and Corporal's rank badges (2 cards, 16 items)
Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 395
Royal Canadian Air Force Flying Brevets, 1940s - 1950s Two cards of 1940s types, padded and unpadded types for Pilot, Air Gunner, Bomb Aimer, Wireless Operator-Air Gunner, Observer, Flight Engineer, Navigator and Navigator-Wireless. One card mostly post 1953 types for Pilot, Electronics Officer, Navigator, Flight Engineer and Flying Technicians and Surgeon, Service Dress and Mess Dress. (3 cards 28 items)

Estimate:  £400 - 500 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 396
Royal Canadian Air Force Shoulder Titles, Rank and Trade badges 1940s - 1950s One card of Officers' and Airmen's CANADA titles rectangular and curved Blue-Grey and Khaki Drill. One card of Rank and trade badges for Warrant Officer I, Flt Sgt, Sgt and Cpl for Blue-Grey uniform plus Instrument Mechanic, Armourer, Engine Fitter, Airframe Fitter, Metal Worker and Works & Services with Wireles Mechanic KD. One card of Cap and Trades badges, Airmen and Officers, Chaplain, Medical Officer, Operational Tour Badge with buttons and some minor items.(3 cards, approximately 50 items)

Estimate:  £250 - 350 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 397
A Collection of Royal Canadian Air Force and associated organisations Insignia, 1940s - 1950s One card of RCAF, RCAF Observer Corps, RCAF Association and Aerodrome Defence Company, miscellaneous and Band insignia including Cap and collar badges, Aerodrome Defence Company shoulder title; Central Pipe Band tartan sample and cap badges. One card of RCAF Airwomen's sports kit badge; Canadian Defence Research Flying suit badge; 6 uniform buttons. One card of RCAF Air Cadets Cap, collar and unit arm badges, metal and embroidered. (3 cards, 29 items)

Estimate:  £300 - 400 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 398
Badges of the Royal Flying Corps (Canada), Canadian Air Force 1919-23 and Royal Canadian Air Force. RFC (Can) Cap and collar badges, CAF pilot's flying badge and RCAF Full Dress belt clasp. (1 card, 12 items)
Estimate:  £300 - 400 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 399
Royal Australian Air Force Insignia, 1930s - 1950s One card of RAAF Shoulder Titles for jackets and shirts, Khaki Drill with Overseas Service chevrons. One card of Shoulder Eagles and Titles, combined and separate for Blue uniforms with War Service chevrons. (2 cards, 24 items)
Estimate:  £100 - 200 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
Lot 400
Royal Australian Air Force Trade and Rank badges. Metal and embroidered - Medical Officer, Chaplain, Dental Officer, Warrant Officer, Flight Sergeant, Wireless Mechanic/Operator, Leading aircraftman, Band Personnel. (1 card, 37 items)
Estimate:  £300 - 400 Click here for details of BP and other fees payable on this lot.
  
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