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Army. Unidentified, yellow faced coatee. 4 panels of 3 lines of white cotton lace to the breast, this has 8 KC British general Service buttons. 10 buttons to rear skirt & 2 dome buttons for epaulettes. White cotton Sgt stripes to each sleeve, lined in white cotton upper & red lower. No epaulettes present & moth holes to the cuff. Manufactured similar to tunics of the early 1900 period. Fair-Average. Would display well.
Army GB/Germany/Unknown coatee frock coat. Unknown age. Red wool outer & blue cotton inner. Possibly for tattoo use or similar. Plain gilded buttons, marked special quality on back. Voluminous turned back cuffs with blue facings & white button loops (5). 2 pockets to lower fronts with 4 gilded buttons. Some age fade o/w GC. Interesting coatee.
 SOLD at A$200
Army. Victorian era Royal Horse Artillery Officer ceremonial tunic mess dress jacket, heavily braided with 16 cannonball gilt brass buttons to the front, 1 on each epaulette & 2 on each cuff. Gilt cord braid to cuffs & epaulettes. Name tag at collar to P. L. Williams rank pip of epaulette for 2nd Lt. With a pair of later Officer's trousers, minor damage to internal liner, come cord loose on LH sleeve o/w GC. A rare Victorian era RHA ceremonial waist jacket. Worthy of further research to name. Rare QV Artillery gilt ball buttons (16) to front. (2 items)
 SOLD at A$750
Army. Victorian Officer's red felt ceremonial jacket & red felt vest for the 14th Buckinghamshire Regiment, after 1881, 1st Bn West Yorkshire Regt. Buttons - large (5), small (3) in gilt brass by a London maker. Lined jacket, no tailor's or owner's tags. Only one epaulette present with 2nd Lt pip. Waterloo & India battle honours on the buttons. Comes with a pair of Indian made post 1900 infantry trousers. Missing 1 epaulette & 3 large buttons. Service wear, cuff stains o/w reasonable condition. A scarce Victorian era Officer's ceremonial red jacket York & Lancaster Regiment. (2 items)
 SOLD at A$150
Army. C19th?? Unidentified Pellise tunic, probably to a Cavalry Regiment. Lambs wool & wool bullion braided all over, this now dull. Tailored by 'Morris Angel & Son Ltd, London W.C.'. Hand written on label 'Australian?????'. Several names also written in marker on inner lining. Toggles & most plain brass buttons missing. Possibly a Yeomanry Regiment. Some stitching faults & would benefit from a gentle clean. A very rare Pellise & a great identification project.
 SOLD at A$200
Army. pre 1908 3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteer's wool scarlet frock tunic. All white metal buttons named to 3rd Lanarkshire Rifle Volunteers. Shoulder titles woven in blue '3L'. Collar has some damage, easily repaired. Comes with infantry pattern trousers of later date. Some minor mothing typical of age. A rare tunic, seldom seen. (2)
Army. 1910s 5th Royal Irish Lancers tunic, trousers & girdle stable belt (this dated 1914). Tunic has all matching KC brass 5th Royal Irish Lancers buttons, is in unissued condition, minor leather patent staining to top of collar. Has Lancers plastron front. Trousers dated 1914 on maker paper label. VGC. Desirable uniform. (3 items)
 SOLD at A$300
Army. ca WWI Colonel on the Staff red parade jacket in wool. Black collar & cuffs with gold ribbon trim. Buttons - full set of brass gilt GRV Honi Soit Que. Mal. Y. Pense. L14, M6, S2. Gold cord epaulettes & General's epaulettes. Gilt thread woven rank insignia for Colonel. Tailor's tag 'Pulford & Sons, 65 St James St, SW (London). Named to 2435 Col H. C. Donnelly. Trousers ceremonial blue with red stripes. VGC for age, approx 100 years old. Rare ceremonial uniform to a British Army Colonel. WWI era with complete set GVR gilt buttons.
 SOLD at A$625
Army. post 1914 Artist Rifles '28th London Regiment' Drummer's grey dress tunic & trousers.With brown leather snake clasp belt, with red & white bugle cords (these may not be regimental pattern). Tunic is white faced with white & grey. Crowned drummers lace, also fringed epaulettes. Silver/grey bullion drum to upper right sleeve. Has white metal collars & buttons of regiment pattern, these make the tunic date to post 1920s. Trousers dated 1937 with maker's label. GC. A good between the wars uniform. (3)
 SOLD at A$200
Army. Royal Engineers ca1930s-WWII era GVIR parade regimental red jacket with dark Navy blues trousers & red outside seam stripes & leather fixing straps at cuffs. Black velvet to cuffs & collar, with scroll gold cord at cuffs & epaulettes. Embroidered bursting bombs to collar & rank insignia to epaulettes. Some losses to embroidery & one LT pip missing. Ball of grenade bullion no longer present. Brass gilt GVIR, RE buttons: L-11, S-2 with mannequin ½ body. Comes with period packing crate with stencilled name of Yeomanry Officer (Surrey Yeomanry) 'Lieut Col Sir John Humphrey'. VG for age, no moth damage, missing 1 pip. Crate GC, mannequin does not fit crate. Hard to find RE parade jacket & trousers in good condition complete with all gilt brass buttons for WWII, GVIR period.
 SOLD at A$250
Army. WWII pattern 1946 dated Airborne Denison smock by John Gordon & Co, para wing to right shoulder. Upper ½ zipper has been removed & needs to be reattached. This is now in lower pocket. Still retaining crotch strap. Also in lower pocket are 2 embroidered Pegasus cloth badges. Large size. Man 6'' to 6.2'', breast 39'' to 41''. Overall GC. Hard to get Denison.
 SOLD at A$200
Army Korean War, 1952 dated cold weather parka by Cookson & Clegg Ltd. This was introduced during the Korean War because greatcoats were found to be insufficient in keeping out the Korean winter cold. It was designed to wear over the combat smock & also the Denison style crotch strap for use 'when required'. It is jungle green & lined in green faux fur. Fastened with a green metal zipper, this needs a light clean to get it working. The parka has wooden toggle to tighten in use & large buttons for cold handling. Hood has steel wire edging for adjustment of fit. One internal button missing but does not detract. These were also possibly worn by Australians in Korea. G-VGC. Not often seen.
 SOLD at A$100
RAF Squadron Leader khaki wool service dress jacket, padded half wing for Signaller. With brass KC buttons, removeable for cleaning. Khaki wool summer tunic complete with cloth belt. Tailor label with 'R.E. City Ltd' London. Named to S/Ldr G.W. Dewson. 1961. Ribbon bar shows WWII service, particularly Africa. Includes bravery award for DFC. Fresh look with no damage/mothing. Small stain line to front. May clean off. Scarce named RAF tunic to a decorated combat veteran who saw WWII service. Very researchable.
Police, Metropolitan Police Senior Officer's ceremonial dark blue heavy wool & white wool lined tunics (2). 1st dated 1935, 2nd dated 1965 with silver gorget patches & epaulette edges. Both have elaborate black embroidered designs to collar & cuffs. No buttons on 1 & replaced with incorrect buttons on the other. No rank badges. British South Africa Police, short sleeve dress jacket & belt with all insignia & 2 medal ribbons. GC. Avery nice & all scarce. (3)
 SOLD at A$100
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