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WW1 Trench Art Style - "PUT & TAKE" - Teetotum
An old brass WW1 trench art style Teetotum game spinner, with instructions to the players on the six sides to either, "PUT" or "TAKE." The game can be played with a pack of cards, cigarettes or other inventive ways.

Offered in excellent condition.

Code: 50860Price: 12.00 GBP


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Engraved 54 Bore Fourth Model Tranter Revolver
A profusely engraved 54 bore Fourth Model Tranter percussion revolver, presented in full working order. With strong springs and a tight lock up, this once high-end revolver is signed by its retailer, "Hollis 89 High Street Cheltenham."

Cosmetically the revolver has little original finish and overall surface wear, but it has never been scrubbed and retains a good profile with sharp accents. Regrettably however, the rammer is lacking, but in all other respects the revolver is complete and untouched, retaining perfect grips and good screws.

Barrel length = 6 inches
Overall length =

Code: 50812Price:

This item is Age Restricted


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WW1 RFC OMEGA WATCH + FREE RAF MERRYTHOUGHT TEDDY
As a tribute to the 100th Anniversary of the Royal Air Force, ZMW Militaria is pleased to give you this handsome, handmade Merrythought "RAF Appeal" pilot's bear mascot, FREE. Yes, we are really giving away a superb English made limited edition teddy, worth 99., absolutely free with the purchase of this 100+ year old Omega Royal Flying Corps pocket watch.

Presented in excellent condition, this Omega RFC watch would have been used in the cockpit of a WW1 biplane. Yet it is still in superb condition, all fully marked with the aviation broad arrow and Air Ministry codes to the black non-luminous dial.

Internally the Omega signed case and movement are in perfect condition, keeping time and working correctly, although not serviced. Nevertheless, for peace of mind the Premium Service and 12 month warranty can be requested for just 60.

A desirable military timepiece by an outstanding maker.

See T's & C's regarding the Premium Service.

Code: 50859Price: 375.00 GBP


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WW2 RAF Issue Jaeger LeCoultre Pocket Watch
Presented in untouched and mint condition, is an original Royal Air Force issue JLC pocket watch. Unlike the army version, the Air Ministry requested non-luminous watches, which JLC provided in two variants - This is the second type, made c.1942.

Showing no sign of pocket carry or restoration, the case is in immaculate condition, all fully marked and coded by the Air Ministry. The dial is also virtually pristine, but some of the watch's lubricant has tinted the edges of the dial, albeit in a very uniform and pleasing way, a pale blue colour. The rest of the dial is in its characteristic white, with black numerals.

Internally the movement is spotless and the watch keeps time without fault. However, I have no record as to when it was last serviced, but for peace of mind and a 12 month warranty, the Premium Service can be requested for just 60. Another indicator that shows that the watch has seldom been opened, is the faint presence of the original supplier's ink stamp, giving their details as the, "Goldsmiths & Silversmiths Ltd."

See T's & C's regarding the Premium Service.

A fast appreciating and great military watch.

Code: 50858Price: 295.00 GBP


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Gentleman's "Shotgun Cartridge" Sixpence Holder
A gentleman's vintage brass and nickel coin holder, originally intended to hold a quantity of silver sixpences - Probably a tidy way of keeping your "tip" money handy. Formed to look like a 12 bore cartridge, this coin holder is a well made and delightful accessory that can still be used today. Suitable for holding a quantity of 20p coins, or other similar coins.

No dings or dents, just very light signs of previous carry.

Code: 50857Price: 18.00 GBP


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Vintage Sheffield "Superior" Pocket Lock Knife
A vintage Sheffield made pocket lock knife with a beautiful brass and multi colour pastel handle, and a blade with a cutting edge of 3 inches.

Presented in very good original condition, unsharpened, the blade is marked "Superior Knife" and retains the partial trademark of a Sheffield cutler. Good solid lock up and function with minimal sign of use - Would clean up nicely.

Blade length = 4 inches
Total length = 4 inches

Code: 50856Price:

This item is Age Restricted


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Victorian Percussion Cap Iron Tin, c.1850
A genuine Victorian percussion cap tin in blackened iron. With partial label remains to the lid, the tin has some minor rust and a small perforation to the base, but it is in generally good condition and suitable to fill a space in a gun box.

Diameter = 2 inches
Height = 1 inches

Code: 50855Price: 12.00 GBP


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Colt Thunderer Model 1877 .41 Revolver, c.1892
Selling on consignment: Colt's Model 1877 was the company's first successful double action revolver. Designed by the same man, William Mason, who was responsible for the hugely popular Single Action Army Model 1873, the M1877 remained in production until 1909, with this one complete with all matching numbers, being dated to 1892.

Nickel plated, this Thunderer retains good traces of its original finish, whilst the rest has worn to reveal the underlying ironwork. Still in good mechanical condition, the action indexing is good, with a little play in the axis - All springs are strong: It is clear that the revolver has been carried and used, but it has not been abused and is a good representative piece. With undamaged grips, good chambers and a decent bore, this Thunderer with its longer barrel is a rarer example for the collector.

A good and original Colt.

Barrel length = 7 inches
Overall length = 12 inches

Code: 50854Price:

This item is Age Restricted


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Webley 80 Bore Bullet Mould Signed "W.D." c.1850
A brass bullet mould marked "W.D." and with the calibre, "80" [Bore] stamped on the handle. The mould dates from c.1850 and was made by William Davis who was himself the Father-in-law to Philip Webley. As a metalware supplier to the gun trade, Davis was Webley's chief supplier of moulds, many of which were used in gun boxes.

Overall showing signs of use, the mould is nevertheless in serviceable condition. Ideal original accoutrement for a medium size percussion revolver.

Code: 50853Price: 85.00 GBP


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Webley Mark VI Leather Holster
An original undated military service holster for the Mark VI Webley revolver. Presented in very good condition this rigid, yet supple where it counts, leather holster has intact stitching and a lovely age patina throughout.

Code: 50852Price: 58.00 GBP

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