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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.
 SOLD at A$190
Army. Victorian era Scarlet uniform of a Lord lieutenant of Scotland. Named to label 'Sir Renny Watson'. Silver braid thistles to cuffs, collar & skirt backs. All matching QVC wreath buttons. Gold braid thistle badge to ea collar, mothing to dark blue collar & cuffs. No shoulder boards or attaching points for them. Heavily mothed facings & lining. Fair-GC. Quite rare in thistle pattern.
 SOLD at A$300
Army. Victorian Officers scarlet tunic. Collar badges & buttons removed. Evidence of previous collar badges to the Essex Regt. Shoulder boards removed. White facings as worn by all English & Welsh regiments that didn't have Royal titles, prior to individual coloured facings being restored. Tunic has double row of gold lace with tracing trefoil above & below indicating the Rank of Captain. Heavy mothing & hole to front lower skirt, moth grazing overall. Fair condition.
 SOLD at A$120
Army. Boer War - WWI Jodhpurs. Heavy brown/khaki wool mounted Jodhpurs. Brass/gilt buttons throughout by Harrison & Smith Birmingham. This maker amalgamated into buttons Ltd in 1907, having started manufacturing in 1865. Single pocket right side front. Government stamps too faded to read. Tiny moth graze, VGC, probably unissued.
 SOLD at A$450
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. Royal Artillery WWI/Post WWI era full dress blue wool tunic & trousers , bullion braid epaulettes & tracing collar & cuffs KC artillery gilt buttons. Each epaulette has Lieutenant Colonel ranked brass A for Indian Army Auxiliary mounted on the braid. Tailors tag to 'H.K. Banks Esq' 1 epaulette needs sewing down, with officer's trousers to different officer. VGC. (2).
 SOLD at A$400
Army. ca1920 full dress jacket for a Lance Corporal in the City of London Imperial Yeomanry (Rough Riders), together with sword belt & hangers. High quality blue wool tunic made by 'Pipe & McGill Strand W.C'. All buttons present & also marked to McGill. Plastron front & pointed cuffs are in purple. The purple stand collar has its bi-metal RR collar badges, chain mail shoulder boards, 2 bullion stars on the right cuff & a bullion Lance Corporal stripe on the right arm. Purple piping to the arm seams & to the princess seams to rear. Together with piping to the rear pocket flaps. The under-the-tunic style sword belt is dark blue webbing with a leather reinforced adjustment tab (this being well used & shows damage). The leather sword hangers are covered in chain mail while the buckles & studs are Sterling silver. There is a small amount of moth grazing & approx 4 very small moth holes. The sword belt rare & eye catching uniform with bright colours to a famous Regiment. Of high quality manufacture.
Army. Aust/GB Jacket. British woodland pattern camouflage jacket with Bomb Disposal titles on each arm & Union Jack to left. With 2 pairs trousers. British desert pattern camo jacket. Auscam jacket, pants, floppy hat & cap in baseball style plus pair socks, khaki. GC. The British Bomb Disposal jacket nice. (8)
Army. Artillery WW2 khaki wool officer's service dress tunic to a Captain in the Royal Horse Artillery. With WW2 era jodhpurs. No tailor label or owner's name. Very good quality officer's tunic with KC Royal Horse artillery ball buttons & rank pips in brass. Bronze artillery collar badges present. No other insignia. A ribbon bar for service in Italy & Africa with the eighth Army is present. Minor moth grazing. Repair to inside liner around the arm pits. GC.
Army: Mess dress waist jacket, vest & trousers to Royal Artillery circa 1910s, damage to red satin lapels which could be repaired. Tailors tag Calcutta dated 21-12-11, named to KH Banks. Indian Auxiliary Forces (with 'A' on shoulder boards) with Lt Col rank insignia. Complete set of RA/KC buttons for mess dress. GC. (2).
Army. Royal Artillery Royal Horse Artillery ORS. Ceremonial Parade Waist Jacket. Heavily yellow cord braided to front, cuffs & rear. Brass round ball KC RHA buttons to front (x13). Small flat RA buttons to epaulettes of cord. Fully lined, remnants of paper army clothing label to pre 1914 type red felt stand up collar. Jacket of dark navy wool. Several names inside which is typical of this type of full-dress, as was kept in service for years. Comes with a pr of Royal Artillery pattern trousers, these repaired at the knee. CG.
 SOLD at A$220
Army. Rifle green Patrol Jacket to King's Royal Rifle Crops. Lovely condition tunic made by Sansom? Plymouth, unattributed. Virtually no marks or moth grazing. Some stitches now pulling. Evidence of 2 pips now missing. VGC. A beautiful 1900s period tunic.
 SOLD at A$200
Navy. Chaplain's jacket to Commander rank. Double breasted - buttons Tailor's off the rack tag to Monnerys Ltd of London, Liverpool, South Hampton. Wool-cashmere blend. Possibly RN chaplain on visit or exchange to RAN. Pr late issue trousers. VGC. Commander rank, circa 1950s.
Navy. Coarse blue wool winter junior sailor's jumper with trousers insignia removed. Period unknown, but probably 1960s - 70s. Jumper is made to look like a pull-over type, but has zipper to front. Maker's label present & readable. Named to sailor. Wool trousers are unmarked & straight leg style. Neat repair to stop of sleeve, odd tiny moth (not very noticeable),. VGC.
Navy. c1949 officer's dark blue wool double breasted jacket to a Lieutenant Commander. Fine wool, quality jacket with all its gilt RN buttons. Rank has white underlay for paymaster. Made by Grieves Ltd & named to J.A. Angua 9.12.49. Has ribbon bar for campaign in Atlantic, Italy, Pacific & Africa (with rosette). Fair-GC,
RAF. Squadron Leader's 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.
Fire Brigade. Pre 1901 dark blue wool blend tunic, believed to be fire brigade & 1952 dated wool National Fire Service tunic. Fire Brigade tunic of a very early make & lining is considerably aged. All buttons removed. Slit on left hip for axe/baton. Comes with trousers of slightly later make. 1 press stud to right upper for fastening, also hooks & eyes. Some small holes & threads pulled. Second tunic very nice condition. Staybright buttons. Made by Kingsland limited. Hard to find in this condition. 1st showing its age, second very good.
Police. 1900 or later police Bobbies jacket, with brass numerals B621 to the right collar & 126B to the left. Has all brass British KC general service buttons to the front. 2 pockets to skirt flaps. Missing 6 button on rear skirts. VGC.
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